Georgetown University All-American defender. Wu was named 2021 Second Team All-Big East selection and earned a spot on the Big East All-Tournament team and scored a goal in the College Cup Final against UVA to cap his freshman campaign with a National Championship. The Cary, North Carolina native boasts a pedigree from the notable NC Triangle soccer hotbed, spending eight seasons with NCFC Youth program as a 4-year starter and 2-year captain. He was ranked 86th in the 2019 graduating class on TopDrawerSoccer.com and selected to travel to Madrid in 2016 with Generation Adidas.
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The defender was drafted 48th in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft by the LA Galaxy and signed with LA Galaxy 2 following the draft. Prior to his professional debut, he had 10 appearances for the Portland Timbers U23 squad in League Two. The Ohio native played collegiately at the University of Akron from 2014-2017. Shultz appeared in 83 matches and was named to the USC Second Team All-Great Lake Region and Second Team All-Mid American Conference during his final season.
It's a great week for the Triumph!
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80th overall pick by FC Dallas in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft. Franke spent 2021 at the former League One side, FC Tucson. Prior to his stint in Arizona, Franke spent time with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in the USL Championship league from 2018-2019. He in started 13 out of the 25 matches, playing a total of 1,204 minutes.
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— Noah Franke (@thekidfranke5) January 10, 2023
Nearly three weeks after the club’s first training session of 2023, the Greenville Triumph has selected trialist Hassan Gabo to the first team, they announced today. The 19-year-old defender will sign his first professional contract with the Triumph ahead of next month’s season opener. A native of Somalia, Gabo moved to Utah in 2011 and developed his skills around the Salt Lake City soccer community. Between 2019-2020, he competed for VK Cobras FC youth club and had a stint with the Real Salt Lake U-17 squad within the USSDA’s Southwest Division. He split time between high schools, playing for Cottonwood High School and then Olympus High School, becoming a defensive stronghold for Olympus and graduating in 2021. Gabo also received his first international call-up to represent the Somalia under-20 side at the 2022 Arab Cub in Saudi Arabia.