Born: July 7, 1993 in Sacramento, California
Hometown: Sacramento, California
Previous Club: Sporting Kansas City
College: UC Irvine
2017: Signed a MLS contract with Sporting Kansas City ... Appeared in 22 USL matches on loan for Swope Park Rangers ... Recorded two goals and one assist on the season, acting mostly as a super sub.
2016: Made 38 appearances for Republic FC in all competitions, including all 30 of Republic FC's USL matches ... Scored a Republic FC record 12 goals in USL play, breaking the previous record of 11 ... Recorded three assists on the season ... One of only two players to score 11 or more goals and record three or more assists in the same season, joining Tommy Stewart ... Was name to the USL All-League Second Team ... Was named to the USL Team of the Week in Weeks 13, 21 and 23 ... Was named USL Player of the Week in Week 13.
2015: Appeared in 22 matches for Republic FC in all competitions, including 16 USL matches … Scored two goals and recorded two assists in all competitions … Scored his first professional goal against Portland Timbers 2 on April 2 … Scored a match-winning goal against English Premier League club Sunderland AFC on July 14 … Led all Republic FC rookies in minutes (815) and USL minutes (564) … Was named to the USL Team of the Week in Week 11.
2014: Appeared in 25 matches as a senior at UC Irvine, starting all 25 … Scored six goals and recorded six assists, tying his career high in points with 18 … Was a MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist … Named to the All-West Region First Team and the NSCAA/Continental Tire All-American Second Team.
2013: Appeared in 23 matches as a junior, starting all 23 … Scored seven goals and recorded four assists for a career high 18 points.
2012: Appeared in 20 matches, starting all 20 as a sophomore at UC Irvine … Scored six goals and recorded two assists.
2011: Appeared in all 17 matches in his freshman season at UC Irvine … Scored three goals and recorded two assists.
Parents Mark and Kathleen Iwasa … Has two brothers, Matt and Nick … Enjoys watching sports in his free time … Favorite non-soccer sports are baseball and basketball … Almost decided to play baseball in college rather than soccer … Graduated in 2011 from Jesuit High School in Carmichael, Calif.