An intelligent and sound midfielder, Jeff Larentowicz provides a stable presence in the center of the park. After seeing his introduction to the National Team stunted by injury in 2010, he used 2011 as a launching pad to his first cap and subsequent appearances in National Team camps. The “Ginger Ninja” has been a regular starter in Major League Soccer since 2006, where he has appeared in three MLS Cup finals and has one trophy to his credit.
- Collected his first cap when he played 90 minutes against Chile on Jan. 22, 2011
- Spent three weeks training with Bolton in the 2011 offseason
- Voted MVP for the Colorado Rapids in 2011
- Started in the 2010 MLS Cup victory for Colorado against FC Dallas
- Named an MLS All-Star in 2010
- A consistent starter in MLS since he was drafted in 2005 by the New England Revolution, he has played at least 26 games in every year of his professional career since 2006