Colorado Rush great and current member of the LA Galaxy, Todd Dunivant will call the 2015 MLS Season his last. One of the best left defensive backs in MLS history has announced he will retire and the culmination of the 2015 season.
During his storied 13 season career in the MLS, the 2011 MLS Best XI honoree has also won five league championships, trailing only longtime LA Galaxy teammate Landon Donovan (Colorado Rush alum Brian Mullan is one of three players tied with Dunivant with 5 titles) for most titles in league history.
Dunivant played his college soccer at Stanford University where he was named a First Team All-American as a Senior. He was then drafted to the San Jose Earthquake in 2003 where he started every game his rookie season on the way to his first MLS Cup title. Dunivant also made two appearances with the USMNT in 2006 including his first cap against Norway.
“I am so grateful for the game and what it has given me over the years. While I will miss playing, I am looking forward to getting involved in the business side of the game,” said Dunivant. He continued, “I am excited to continue my roll on the Board of Directors for Rush Soccer and continuing to help develop the club that helped develop me as a young player.”
Dunivant was inducted into the Colorado Rush Hall of Fame in 2011.