Kendall McIntosh

Kendall McIntosh
Kendall McIntosh
Kendall McIntosh
Goalkeeper
22
Real Name: Kendall McIntosh
HT: 5' 11" WT: 185
Age: 27 (01/24/1994)
Birthplace: Oakland, California
Hometown: Santa Rosa, California

Sporting Kansas City acquired goalkeeper Kendall McIntosh in Stage 1 of the 2020 MLS Re-Entry Process on Dec. 17. McIntosh boasts five years of professional experience across Major League Soccer and the second-division USL Championship. He spent the 2020 MLS campaign with the New York Red Bulls following a four-year stint in the Portland Timbers organization from 2016-2019.

2021: MLS Regular Season: Has not featured.

PROFESSIONAL

As a rookie in 2016, McIntosh competed for Timbers 2 of the USL Championship prior to signing his first MLS contract with Portland in January 2017. He played most of the next three years on loan with Timbers 2 and logged 10 shutouts in 60 total USL Championship appearances for the club across four seasons. In his lone appearance for Portland’s first team, McIntosh secured a 2-0 shutout victory over the San Jose Earthquakes in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Round of 32 on June 7, 2018.

INTERNATIONAL

On the international stage, McIntosh notably featured for the U.S. U-20 Men’s National Team at the 2012 Northern Ireland Milk Cup. Earlier, he was part of the U.S. U-14 National Development Program and the U-15 Boys’ National Team prior to his residency with the U-17s in Bradenton, Florida. At the 2011 Concacaf U-17 Championship, McIntosh recorded two shutouts in three winning appearances—including a 3-0 defeat of Canada in the final.

YOUTH AND COLLEGE

Born in Oakland and raised in Santa Rosa, California, McIntosh was a member of the San Jose Earthquakes Academy as a youth before embarking on a four-year collegiate career at Santa Clara University. He made 53 appearances for the Broncos from 2012-2015 and was named the 2015 West Coast Conference Goalkeeper of the Year as a senior, leading Santa Clara to the WCC Championship. During his time in college, he also competed in the Premier Development League—now known as USL League Two—for FC Tucson and the Burlingame Dragons.


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSMINSSHOSVGAPKGPKAWLT
2021Sporting Kansas City00000000000
2020NY Red Bulls00000000000
2019Portland Timbers00000000000
2018Portland Timbers00000000000
2017Portland Timbers00000000000
Career Totals-00000000000
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