Remick Signs with Seattle Sounders of MLS

Remick Signs with Seattle Sounders of MLS
PROVIDENCE, RI – Former Brown men's soccer defender Dylan Remick '13 (Inverness, IL) has signed with the Seattle Sounders of the MLS. Originally selected 35th (second round) by the Sounders in January's MLS SuperDraft, Remick officially signed with the team on February 22nd.

"I am so thrilled for Dylan signing to play for Seattle in MLS," said head coach Pat Laughlin. "During his time at Brown, he constantly proved to be a committed, competitive player who wants to improve. These qualities will serve him well as he starts his professional career."

Remick was a three-time First Team All-Ivy selection and a NSCAA Second Team All-American in 2012, the first Bear to earn All-American honors since Jeff Larentowicz in 2004. Remick helped Brown earn four consecutive NCAA Tournament berths, including back-to-back Sweet 16 appearances in 2010 and 2011. The Bears went 12-2-3 in 2012 and reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament, where they fell to #2 Maryland, 2-1.

Remick, a third-team CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American in 2012, led a Brown defense that shut out 40 teams during his four years, including a single-season record-tying 11 in each of his final three seasons. Brown shared an Ivy League title with Dartmouth during his junior year.

A 2012 New England Intercollegiate Soccer (NEISL) All-Star, Remick started in 18 games and combined for 11 points on two goals and a team-high seven assists. He earned All-Tournament Team honors at the Brown Soccer Classic and was the Tournament MVP at the Ocean State Classic for his outstanding defensive efforts. At the team's recent banquet, Remick was recognized with both the Cliff Stevenson Award and the Class of 1937 Trophy.

"I've been very happy with Dylan," said Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid. "He is very good athletically, and he has the ability to play any position across the backline. He's a good passer and he's improving every day, and he's definitely someone that we think we can build on for the future."