Bio of USMNT player Daniel Lovitz who plays his club soccer with the Nashville in MLS.
Daniel Lovitz joined MLS as a member of Toronto FC before moving to the Montreal Impact. As a member of the Impact, he became a regular in their defense showing the kind of skill that got him noticed by the USMNT. By the summer of 2019, he was in the Gold Cup squad and a regular with the United States. Lovitz joined Nashville in 2020.
Got his first chance with the USMNT in January camp playing against Panama on Jan 27. Started against Costa Rica on Feb 2. Subbed on against Chile on Mar 26. Subbed on against Jamaica on Jun 5 and named to the Gold Cup squad. Started against Panama on Jun 26. Subbed on against Mexico on Jul 7. Subbed on against Mexico on Sep 6 and against Uruguay on Sep 10. Started against Cuba in the Nations League on Oct 11. Started against Canada in the Nations League on Oct 15. Started against Cuba on Nov 19.
Played in 31 regular season games with Nashville, exiting the playoffs in the opening round.
29 games for Nashville, finishing 3rd and once again advancing to the quarterfinals.
Played in 21 games in Nashville's first season, finishing 7th and advancing to the quarterfinals.
A 9th-place finish with the Impact.
31 games with the Impact scoring his first MLS goal.
Joined Montreal, playing in 25 games.
12 games with Toronto and two on loan to Toronto II.
Had 11 appearances with Toronto.
Drafted by Toronto with the 24th pick of the SuperDraft. Played in 18 games his rookie season along with five on loan to the Wilmington Hammerheads.