Jeffrey Adam "Jeff" Larentowicz is an American soccer player who currently plays for Atlanta United in Major League Soccer. He was a starting midfielder on the Rapids' 2010 MLS Cup Championship team, and a starting defender for Atlanta's 2018 Cup-winning side. He is described as one of the most consistent midfielders in Major League Soccer, adept at passing and possession while well above average in tackling, tracking and defensive cover. He is widely considered a legend and veteran of MLS.
About Jeff Larentowicz
American midfielder who won an MLS Cup with the Colorado Rapids in 2010. He joined the Chicago Fire in 2013 after spending two years with the Rapids.
He played college soccer at Brown University from 2001 to 2004.
He won the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with the New England Revolution in 2007.
He was born to Ron and Margie Larentowicz.
He joined Landon Donovan on the US national team in 2011.
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- Brown Bears men's soccer players
- Chestnut Hill Academy alumni
- Seacoast United Phantoms players
- Atlanta United FC players
- New England Revolution draft picks
- LA Galaxy II players
- Soccer players from Pennsylvania
- LA Galaxy players
- Major League Soccer All-Stars
- New England Revolution players
- Colorado Rapids players
- USL Second Division players