California midfielder joins LA Galaxy II

California midfielder joins LA Galaxy II
by Travis Clark
February 11, 2021

Former California standout Taylor Davila has left school, signing a contract with LA Galaxy II, the team announced this week.

A product of the LA Galaxy Academy, Davila joins the Galaxy's USL squad after two strong season with the Pac-12 program. Davila was in his junior year at Berkeley, heading back home to begin his pro career.

Davila made 36 appearances in two seasons in college, scoring two goals and adding eight assists. He started all 18 games he appeared in as a true freshman, and was a First Team Pac-12 honoree as a sophomore.

"Taylor is a promising player who will bring depth to our midfield as we continue strengthening the LA Galaxy II roster," LA Galaxy General Manager Dennis te Kloese said in a statement. "We are excited to have him rejoin our club and look forward to his continued development within our organization as we prepare for the 2021 season."

Before joining Cal, Davila excelled for the Galaxy Academy in the 2017-18 season, scoring 11 goals in 34 appearances. In 2018, he made one appearance for Galaxy II on an amateur deal in the USL Championship that year. Prior to playing for the Galaxy Academy, Davila played for Cali power Real So Cal.

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