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Davy Arnaud

June 22, 1980                                                    Nederland, TX

Davy Arnaud is an American soccer coach and former player who led his high school in Nederland, Texas, to the state championship game his senior year.

Arnaud played college soccer at West Texas A&M University from 1999 to 2001, finishing his career with 31 goals and 11 assists. In his junior year he scored 13 goals and 3 assists, becoming a Division II NCAA All-American, the first from his school.

Davy was drafted 50th overall by Kansas City Wizards. In 2014 Arnaud was given a starting role in the Wizards' offense. He started in all 30 of Kansas City's games, scoring nine goals and eight assists while leading the club to first place in the Western Conference. Davy would also play for the Montreal Impact, and D.C. United.  Arnaud played 351 games, scored 50 goals, and recorded 46 assists as a professional.

Arnaud played for the United States national team his only international goal was on July 11, 2009, against Haiti in the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup in Foxboro, He made seven appearances for the United States national team.


After retiring in 2016, he served on the coaching staff of D.C. United and Houston Dynamo. He is currently an assistant coach at Austin FC, in Austin, TX.

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