How he joined the club: Acquired via trade along with a second-round pick in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft from the Colorado Rapids in exchange for a first-round pick in the same draft, allocation money and a 2013 international roster slot
2015: Larentowicz scored six goals and started 29 games for the Fire. The team captain was a regular at center back and the penalty spot, converting five of his six attempts. In addition to his five penalties, Larentowicz tallied the game-winner with a free kick against NYC on 4/4. U.S. Open Cup: Started and wore the captain’s armband at PHI on 8/12.
- One of only three players to appear in a team-high 33 matches, and one of only two players to appear in every minute of those 33 matches (2,970 minutes).
- Converted a penalty kick in the 19th minute of a 1-1 road draw against the Portland Timbers on March 16
- Scored the opening goal in the sixth minute of a 1-1 draw against the New York Red Bulls on March 23.
- Assisted on Quincy Amarikwa’s goal in the 16th minute of a 1-1 draw with the New England Revolution on April 19
- Assisted on Quincy Amarikwa’s goal in the 59th minute of 5-4 road win against the New York Red Bulls on May 10
- Converted a penalty kick in the 68th minute of a 1-1 draw with the LA Galaxy on June 1
- Missed the July 6 road contest at Sporting Kansas City as he and his wife welcomed their first son into the world
- Scored the opening goal in the 60th minute of a 1-1 draw against the Philadelphia Union on July 19
- Made his first league appearance of the season at center back against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC on July 30
- Assisted Robert Earnshaw’s 83rd minute game winner in a 1-0 win over FC Dallas on Aug. 30
- Converted a penalty kick in the 32nd minute, scoring the second Fire goal in a 3-3 draw with D.C. United on Sept. 20
- Converted the equalizing penalty kick in the 66th minute of a 2-1 season finale win against the Houston Dynamo on Oct. 24.
- Made a total of 12 regular season appearances as a center back.
- Appeared in all four of the Fire’s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup matches, helping the Fire reach the semifinal round. Assisted on Mike Magee’s 40th minute game winner against the Pittsburgh
Riverhounds on June 19 and scored the game-winner in the 82nd minute of a 3-2 road win over the Atlanta Silverbacks on July 9.
- Started all 32 of the 31 matches in which he appeared
- Scored the game-winner in the 83rd minute of a 1-0 win over the Columbus Crew 4/20
- Score the first goal in the 24th minute of a 3-0 road win over D.C. United 10/4
- Matched his previous career high of four assists
- Appeared in all four of the Fire’s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup matches, helping the team reach the semifinal round
2012: Started all 32 matches in which he appeared, scoring three goals across 2779 minutes. Missed the 3/25 match against New York while serving a one-game suspension for a red card he received the previous match. Scored the third goal in the 84th minute of a 4-0 win over Chivas USA 4/28. Scored the first goal in the 18th minute of a 3-2 win over the Montreal Impact 5/26. Missed the 7/21 match against Real Salt Lake due to yellow card accumulation. Scored the second goal in the 55th minute of a 3-2 loss against FC Dallas 8/11
Colorado Rapids Golden Boot winner for the 2011 season with seven goals. Also contributed one goal in CONCACAF Champions League play in the 1-1 draw at Real España (8/23).
One of only three Rapids players to start all 34 matches of the 2011 season.
Scored second career brace in the 2-2 draw at New York Red Bulls (5/25).
Notched the game winning goal in a 2-1 victory over San Jose Earthquakes (8/13).
Playoffs: Played the full 90 minutes all three postseason games.
Only one of two Rapids player to appear in all 30 games (career high and T-1st in MLS), with 29 starts and scored a career-high tying four goals and added one assist.
Tallied first career brace at FC Dallas (10/9).
Scored in his hometown at Philadelphia (8/14).
Named to the 2010 MLS All-Star Team– the first of his career.
Scored his first Rapids goal on free kick vs. Toronto FC (4/18).
Made his Rapids debut in the season opener at Chivas USA (3/26).
Playoffs: Started all four postseason games.
Started 28 matches as a central midfielder and recorded one goal and two assists, each of which was a game-winner.
Overall, played in 35 matches, including one Open Cup match, four SuperLiga matches and two MLS Cup Playoff matches.
Assisted on game-winning goal of the season opener at San Jose (3/21).
Served as captain in the 1-0 loss to LA (7/4), marking the first time he wore the armband in an MLS match.
Became the 14th player in Revolution history to make 100 regular-season appearances for the club with a start against Toronto (8/1).
Was replaced in the 76th minute of the 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake (Aug. 23) after fracturing the radius in his right arm, but did not miss a game because of the injury, instead playing with heavy padding over a wrist-to-elbow cast.
Made his 100th career regular-season start against Seattle (9/26) and assisted on Joseph’s game-winning goal in the 87th minute of the 2-1 win.
Scored his only goal of the season in the playoff-clinching, 1-0 win over Columbus (10/25).
Playoffs: assisted on game-winning goal in the 75th minute of the 2-1 victory in Game 1 of the MLS Cup Playoffs (11/1), marking his first career postseason assist.
Started 28 regular season games, playing both as a defensive midfielder and a central defender and scored four goals - marking a new single-season high - and added two assists.
Overall, made 36 appearances - all starts - including regular season, SuperLiga, Champions League and playoff games.
Scored a 25-yard, game-winning goal against D.C. (8/20).
Played in the center of a four-man backline in the SuperLiga semifinal against Atlante (7/30) and the final against Houston (8/5).
Started both matches against Joe Public FC in the CONCACAF Champions League (8/26, 9/2).
Playoffs: started both of the Revs' playoff matches against Chicago.
Started 28 games in the defensive midfield, missing two with a right eye injury and scored three goals and added four assists.
Had a career day against Chicago (5/6), scoring a goal off a corner and later assisting on game-winning goal for his first-career multiple point game.
Scored the game-winning goal at RSL (7/29).
Playoffs: Started all four of the Revs' postseason games.
Played in 26 games, 19 as a starter and recorded one goal and one assist.
Tallied first career MLS assist at Chicago (6/11).
Recorded his first career MLS goal netting the game-winning goal against Columbus (8/27).
Playoffs: appeared in all four postseason games, starting two in the midfield.
Originally selected by the Revolution in the fourth round (45th overall) in the 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft.
Made his MLS debut at D.C. (5/14), entering the match in the 89th minute.
Started 11 Reserve Division matches for the Revs while captaining the squad.
Jeff Larentowicz has 3 caps with the U.S. Men’s National Team.
Was called into his third straight January camp.
Started and played 62 minutes against Venezuela in the 1-0 victory (1/21).
Earned his first cap with the National Team vs. Chile (1/22) at The Home Depot Center playing 90 minutes.
Garnered his second straight January camp invite and participated in the camp at The Home Depot Center from January 4-22.
Earned his first call-in to U.S. National team camp in January, but had a knee injury that required surgery and was unable to complete camp.
In 66 collegiate appearances, the central defender scored seven goals and six assists.
Helped Brown capture two Ivy League Championships.
Two-time second-team NSCAA All-America selection and a four-time All-Ivy performer.
Son of Ron and Margie Larentowicz and has one older sister, Laura.
Majored in public policy and American Institutions at Brown.
Trained with Malmo FF of Allsvenskan, the premier league in Sweden, during the summer between his junior and senior years at Brown, and with Ipswich Town of England's second division in the off-season after the 2005 MLS season.
A graduate of Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia, where he lettered in soccer, basketball, and golf.
Won back-to-back national championships with FC Delco Arsenal in 2002 and 2003.