Stay in Seattle: Sounders Academy alumnus Dylan Teves joins club as local player
Dylan Teves stays at home.
The Seattle Sounders announced the signing of local player Dylan Teves from the University of Washington on Tuesday. Teves, 21, spent four years at Sounders Academy before joining the Huskies program. Notable in Rave Green’s youth system, Teves made 12 appearances for Sounders 2 in the USL Championship, including several starts, before making his way to college.
A native of Hawaii, Teves becomes the second Academy graduate to sign with the club’s territory first team. He joins a rich lineage of Hawaiian players throughout the history of the organization.
“We have been very fortunate to have such a close bond with Hawaii for a long time,” Sounders FC general manager and president of football Garth Lagerwey told MLSsoccer.com during the league’s live stream for the SuperDraft. MLS 2022. “Two famous players that most people who listen to this are likely to know are Brian Ching and Zach Scott… I’m happy to report that we’ve signed Dylan Teves, so we have our newest Hawaiian joining the Sounders for the season 2022. “
Building on his excellent USSDA and USL performances with the Sounders, Teves made his debut at Washington University as a freshman in 2018. In four years, he scored 25 goals and 23 assists in 69 games, winning back-to-back wins. berths on the first team All Pac-12 in its last two seasons.