2017 (Philadelphia/Bethlehem): Rosenberry made 14 appearances (11 starts) at rightback in his second professional campaign, registering one assist ... he started the season opener at Vancouver (March 5), continued there in the home opener vs. Toronto FC (March 11) and in every Union match through the contest vs. New York City FC (April 14) ... was in the matchday 18 vs. Montreal (April 22) and at the LA Galaxy (April 29), but did not appear ... returned to the pitch with a substitute appearance vs. the New York Red Bulls (May 6), helping the club to a 3-0 win ... remained in the matchday 18 at D.C. United (May 13), but did not appear ... made his eighth appearance of the season with a substitute nod at rightback vs. Houston (May 17), helping the team close out a 2-0 shutout win ... was in the matchday 18 from the stretch of contests vs. Colorado (May 20) through vs. FC Dallas (August 5) ... came on as a substitute in the Union's friendly vs. Swansea City AFC (July 15) ... missed the match vs. Montreal (August 12) following a hip injury ... made a substitute appearance at San Jose (August 19) ... was in the matchday 18 at Toronto (August 23) ... returned to the starting lineup vs. Atlanta (August 26) and continued there at Minnesota (September 9) and in every match through the contest at Atlanta (September 27), including vs. Chicago (September 23), where he recorded his first assist of the season ... missed the match vs. Seattle with a right ankle sprain (October 1) ... was in the matchday 18 at Chicago (October 15) ... made two appearances (two starts) in the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup ... started at rightback in the Fourth Round win over Harrisburg (June 14) and in the Round of 16 at the New York Red Bulls (June 28) ... for Bethlehem Steel FC, Rosenberry made one regular-season appearance (one start) at rightback ... he started at Harrisburg (June 20) as part of a shutout victory.
2016 (Philadelphia): Rosenberry joined the Union as the third overall pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft and immediately put together a strong rookie season, playing every minute of every regular-season match, the only field player to achieve that in 2016 and the first rookie to do it as part of a 34-match regular season. He was runner-up in the MLS Rookie of the Year voting and won the MLS Individual Fair Play Award after not receiving a single booking throughout the campaign. He scored two goals throughout his rookie year, including the game-winner against Columbus on August 25, 2016, and started the Union’s postseason contest at Toronto FC.
Rosenberry was called up to the United States National Team for its 2017 January camp under Bruce Arena, but the defender did not make any match appearances.
In 2015, at Georgetown, Rosenberry was named first Team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region and second Team All-Big East Conference, while in 2014 he was named to the NSCAA Third Team All-Great Lakes Region and second Team All-Big East Conference. Over his four years with the Hoyas, he made 90 appearances and scored four times. He also appeared with PDL side Reading United AC in 2014 and 2015.
Philadelphia Union selected defender Keegan Rosenberry in the First Round (third overall) in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft on January 14, 2016.
Name: Keegan Rosenberry
Born: Harrisburg, PA
Hometown: Ronks, PA
Citizenship: United States
Acquired: Selected by the Philadelphia Union in the First Round (third overall) in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft on January 14, 2016