Bruno in the Pros
Tommy McNamara ’13
Drafted by Chivas USA in the second round of the 2014 MLS Draft. Signed with Chivas on February 14, 2014 and spent one season with the team. He then joined expansion MLS team NYCFC and was a contributing player for the 2015 and 2016 seasons and signed to play for the club in 2017.
Dylan Remick ’13
Drafted by the Seattle Sounders in the second round of the 2013 MLS Draft and played four seasons with the team, helping them win the title in 2016. He signed with the Houston Dynamo for the 2017 season.
Jon Okafor ’11
Drafted by Chivas USA in the third round of the 2011 MLS Draft, but was not signed. Traveled to the Finnish Premier League to play one season with MYPA before returning to the states to play for Arizona United of the USL in 2014 and then the Atlanta Silverbacks of the NASL in 2015.
Laurent Manuel ’08
Drafted by the New York Red Bulls in the 2008 MLS Supplemental Draft, but was not signed. Played in the Belgian second division with KV Oostende for part of the 2009-2010 season and then played for the Long Island Roughriders of the Premier Development League in 2010.
Matt Britner ’07
Drafted to New York Red Bulls in 2008 MLS Supplemental Draft and played one season with the team in 2008.
Andrew Daniels ’06
Drafted by FC Dallas in the 2006 MLS Draft. Played two seasons with the team in 2007 and 2008.
Marcos Romaneiro ’05
Signed and played one season with the New England Revolution in 2005.
Chris Gomez ’05
Drafted by FC Dallas in the 2005 MLS Draft and played one season with the team.
Jeff Larentowicz ’05
Drafted by the New England Revolution in the 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft. Played five seasons with the Revolution before moving to the Colorado Rapids for three seasons, 2010-2012. After Colorado, he played three more seasons with the Chicago Fire from 2013-2015 before playing one season with the LA Galaxy in 2016. He currently plays for the Atlanta Blaze.
Adom Crew ’04
Drafted by the Columbus Crew in the 2004 MLS Draft.
Dustin Branan ’03
Played three seasons in the USL with the Minnesota Thunder in 2003, 2004 and 2006. He earned club Defender of the Year honors in 2003 and was nominated for A League Defender of the Year in 2004. He also played one season with the Kansas City Wizards of the MLS in 2005.
Cory Gibbs ’01
Added to the U.S. National team in 2003 and signed a contract with the Dallas Burn of the MLS in February of 2004 after three years with St. Pauli of the regional Bundesliga. After years of injury, he returned to the MLS for two seasons, 2008 and 2009, with the Colorado Rapids. He then played one season in New England with the Revolution in 2010 before finishing his career playing two seasons with the Chicago Fire.
Matt Cross ’01
Drafted by the Kansas City Wizards of the MLS in 2000.
Scott Powers ’01
Drafted by the Columbus Crew of the MLS in 2000. Signed with the New England Revolution in 2002 and played one season with the club.
Hans Wittusen ’99
Drafted by the Dallas Burn of the MLS in 1999.
Chris Fox ’96
Played for the Hampton Roads of the A-League where he was the leading goal scorer in 1995. Also played for the Hershey Bears. He then went on to a management career where he was Director of West Bromwich Albion, Director of Football Administration at Tottenham Hotspur. He now serves as President of Atlanta United in the MLS.
Greg Lalas ’94
Played for the New England Revolution and the Tampa Bay Mutiny and also played for the Worcester Wildfire of the A-League. He then went on to be the color commentator of the New England Revolution's televised broadcast. He now serves as editor-in-chief for MLSsoccer.com.
Hunter Stern ’84
Goalkeeper for the San Jose Earthquakes of the Western Soccer Aliance in 1985, 1986 and 1988. He then went on to play three seasons in the USISL with the North Bay Breakers, 1995, and the California Jaguars in 1996 and 1997. His career included two championship seasons in 1985 (Earthquakes) and 1996 (Jaguars).
Ray Schnettgoecke ’78
Played one season in the NASL with the Philadelphia Fury before playing both indoor and outdoor soccer leagues simultaneously. He played four seasons in the ASL and three seasons in the MISL.
Fred Pereira ’77
Selected second overall in the 1977 NASL Draft by the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. He played three seasons in the NASL and one in the MISL before playing a single season in the NASl Indoor League. Pereira also played for the US National Team six times,, highlighted by a pair of goals. He went on to put together an accomplished referee career in New England.
Dave Flaschen ’76
First round selection in the NASL draft by the Chicago Sting. As a goalkeeper, he appeared in nine games over the course of his two-year career.
Steve Ralbovsky ’76
Selected first overall in the 1976 NASL Draft (LA Aztecs) and the ASL Draft. The 1975 Hermann Trophy winner is the only No. 1 overall selection in Brown history. He played six NASL outdoor seasons with three different clubs, two ASL seasons and one year in the USISL. He played at least 20 games four times during his career and also played two indoor seasons. Ralbovsky played 15 games for the US National Team over three years, 1976-78.
Ben Brewster ’68
Played three years of professional soccer in the NASL and four years in the ASL. Brewster also played two games for the US National Team in 1973 and scored one goal. He then served as head coach at Boston College for 12 years and was named the New England Coach of the Year in 1980.