- Position: Midfielder
- Date of Birth: 04/30/1987
- College Experience: UNC
- Pro Team: Inter Miami
- Height: 5' 9"
- Weight: 150 lbs
- Caps: 13
A 2008 Olympian and a member of the 2007 Under-2 World Cup squad, Dax was part of a core group of young college players at FC Dallas. He was on the losing end of the 2010 MLS Cup before being left unprotected in the expansion draft a day later. Picked first overall by Portland, Dax was traded that day to DC United. He joined New York midway through the 2011 season and has turned into a regular with the club. Dax made the move to Chicago and a return to the USMNT in 2017. Nashville selected him in the 2020 expansion draft.
2017: Started against Jamaica on Feb 3 and Ghana on Jul 1. Started against Panama on Jul 8 in the Gold Cup opener. Subbed on against Martinique on Jul 12. Started against Nicaragua on Jul 15. Subbed on against Costa Rica in the semifinals on Jul 22 and against Jamaica in the final on Jul 26. Subbed on against Panama in the Oct 6 World Cup qualifier.
2010: Played against El Salvador on Feb 24th.
2009: Won his first cap against Slovakia on November 14th.
2019: Missed the playoffs with Chicago, finishing 8th. Picked by Nashville in November’s expansion draft.
2018: Finished 10th with the Fire.
2017: Traded to Chicago in January, helping them to a 3rd-place finish. Exited the playoffs in the knockout round.
2016: Another Eastern Conference title with New York, exiting the playoffs in the quarterfinals.
2015: Won the Supporters’ Shield and advanced to the semifinals of the playoffs with New York.
2014: Finished 4th in the East, advancing to the semifinals.
2013: Played in 30 games for the Red Bulls, starting 29 in an Eastern Conference winning season.
2012: Started in all 33 games with the Red Bulls.
2011: Started the season with D.C. United playing in 13 games. Traded to New York on June 27th, playing in 16 games.
2010: Part of the FC Dallas squad that was MLS Cup runners-up. Picked by Portland in the expansion draft and then traded to DC United.
2009: Played in 28 games, starting 27 and scoring three goals for a Dallas team that just missed the playoffs.
2008: Played in 17 games, starting eight.
2007: Club assist leader with seven as he emerged as a regular with Dallas.
2006: Joined FC Dallas as their sixth overall SuperDraft pick. Regular with the reserve team.
College: Two years with the University of North Carolina, where he was a second-team All American as a sophomore.