2017 (Philadelphia): Gaddis made 26 appearances (23 starts) for the Union in 2017 (24 appearances at rightback, two at leftback), registering one assist ... he was part of the matchday 18 for the club's opener at Vancouver (March 5) ... continued in the matchday 18 for the home opener vs. Toronto FC (March 11) and in every Union match through the contest vs. New York City FC (April 14) without appearing ... made his first appearance of the season vs. Montreal (April 22) with a start at rightback ... started at rightback at LA Galaxy (April 29), vs. the New York Red Bulls (May 6), at D.C. United (May 13) and vs. Houston (May 17), helping the club keep clean sheets in a team record four consecutive matches ... continued in the starting lineup vs. Colorado (May 20) and in every regular-season match through the contest at Toronto (August 23), including in the team's sixth clean sheet of the season, vs. D.C. United (June 24), where he also recorded his first assist of the year ... helped the Union keep their seventh shutout as part of a start vs. New England (July 2) ... was part of another shutout effort, vs. Columbus (July 26) ... started the international friendly vs. Swansea City AFC (July 15) ... was in the matchday 18 vs. Atlanta (August 26) and in every match since ... came on as a substitute at leftback at New York (September 17) and vs. Chicago (September 23) ... came on at rightback at Atlanta (September 27) ... started at rightback vs. Seattle (October 1) and in every match through the end of the year ... made one appearance in the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup ... made a substitute appearance at leftback in the Fourth Round win over Harrisburg (June 14) ... was in the matchday 18 for the Round of 16 at the New York Red Bulls (June 28).
2016 (Philadelphia): Gaddis made seven appearances for the Union in 2016 (five starts), with one assist.
2015 (Philadelphia): The defender made 28 appearances in his fourth MLS season, contributing one assist for the Union. Like in 2014, he was a critical component in the Union’s run to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup final. He played in every minute of every match, including the final as Philadelphia finished runners-up.
2014 (Philadelphia): Gaddis played and started every match for the Union in 2014, leading all field players in minutes played league-wide that season, with 3,051. He totaled two assists in league play for Philadelphia. He also appeared three times in the U.S. Open Cup, including in the final, when he played all 120 minutes in the loss to Seattle.
2013 (Philadelphia): Gaddis’ role expanded in 2013 as he made 31 appearances during his sophomore season, playing all but three matches. He also appeared in two U.S. Open Cup contests.
2012 (Philadelphia): After being drafted by the Union in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft 35th overall, Gaddis made 18 appearances for the team, registering one assist. His debut came on April 14, 2012 against Columbus, with his first helper on June 23, 2012 against Sporting KC as part of a 4-0 win.
Gaddis was a standout at West Virginia. He was honored as a 2011 College Soccer News second team preseason All-America and a member of the all-Big East preseason squad. In 2011, Gaddis was named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List for the second straight season, making him the only West Virginia player to ever be featured on the list for two seasons. In 2010 he was named third team All-American by TopDrawerSoccer.com, and earned second team all-Big East honors. In 2009, Gaddis was a first-team selection on the NSCAA all-Northeast Region squad.
Philadelphia Union selected defender Raymon Gaddis in the Second Round (35th overall) of the 2012 MLS SuperDraft.
Name: Raymon Gaddis
Born: January 13, 1990 in Indianapolis, IN
Hometown: Indianapolis, IN
Citizenship: United States
Acquired: Philadelphia Union selected defender Raymon Gaddis in the Second Round (35th overall) of the 2012 MLS SuperDraft