New Loudoun United FC signing Drew Skundrich has made 68 appearances in the Championship over the past three season, including the past two at Sacramento Republic FC. | Photo courtesy Sacramento Republic FC
LEESBURG, Va. – Loudoun United FC announced on Tuesday it had signed midfielder Drew Skundrich for the 2021 USL Championship season.
“Drew is coming to us after two successful seasons playing in the midfield for Sacramento Republic FC,” said Loudoun Head Coach Ryan Martin. “We are excited to acquire a player of his quality and someone who has had prior success in our league. We look forward to seeing the positive impact he’ll have on Loudoun United in 2021.”
Skundrich started his professional career playing for fellow USL Championship side, Philadelphia Union II, for one year, before signing with Sacramento Republic FC in December 2018. In his past two seasons with Sacramento, the 25-year-old appeared in 49 matches, scoring four goals and recording five assists.
Prior to his professional career, Skundrich played four years at Stanford University. During his time with the Cardinal, he made 82 appearances, scoring nine goals and adding 13 assists. The midfielder, who served as team captain during his junior and senior years, played an integral role in Stanford’s three consecutive NCAA Division I National Championship (2015-2017) and was named to the All-Pac-12 First Team and Top Drawer Soccer Best XI Second Team in 2017.