Marvin Loría

Marvin Loría
Marvin Loría
Marvin Loría
Real Name: Marvin Loría
HT: 5' 10" WT: 170
Age: 21 (04/24/1997)
Birthplace: San José, Costa Rica
Hometown: San José, Costa Rica

ACQUIRED: Signed on December 10, 2018. 

2018: Made 30 appearances (25 starts) for T2, finishing the season with a team-high seven assists and recording six goals ... Made his 24th start of 2018, logging 50 minutes against Reno 1868 FC on Oct. 3 ... Started, playing 61 minutes at Sacramento Republic FC on Sept. 29 ... Started, scoring sixth goal at Fresno FC on Sept. 22 ... Started, playing 90 minutes at Las Vegas Lights FC on Sept. 16 ... Started, logging a goal and an assist against Tulsa Roughnecks FC 4-0 on Sept. 9 ... Started, playing 90 minutes against Phoenix Rising FC on Aug. 5 ... Started, tallying an assist at LA Galaxy II on July 28 ... Started, tallying a goal and an assist against Swope Park Rangers on July 14 and earning USL Team of the Week honors for Week 18 ...  Started, scoring his first goal of 2018 and registering two assists against LA Galaxy II on May 18 ...  Made his USL and T2 debut, logging 11 minutes as a second-half substitute at Real Monarchs SLC on March 31

CAREER: Signed with T2 on loan from Costa Rican Primera División side Deportivo Saprissa (2013-15, 2016-18) ... Appeared in 10 matches (6 starts) and registered one assist ... Made his professional debut with Saprissa as a 16-year-old, starting alongside current Timbers midfielder David Guzmán in a 1-1 draw against C.S. Cartagines on Nov. 24, 2013 ... Was part of the Saprissa side that won the 2016-17 Invierno, 2014-15 Torneo de Invierno, the 2013-14 Torneo de Verano and the 2013 Copa Costa Rica ... Joined Portuguese club Benfica B on loan from Saprissa in August 2015, where he made one appearance, coming on as a substitute in a 2-0 win over Galatasaray S.K. in the UEFA Youth League on Nov. 3, 2015.

INTERNATIONAL: Received his first call-up to the senior men’s national team on Jan. 18, 2019, ahead of a game against the U.S. Men’s National Team ... Has made several appearances for Costa Rica at the youth level, including making three appearances (1 start) at the 2017 CONCACF U-20 Championship in Costa Rica. 

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