, who made his international debut for the USA before even playing an MLS game and was an MLS All-Star in his rookie season, announced his retirement after three seasons with the
Vincent, 24, was a regular in all three seasons with the Fire, starting 81 of the 85 games he played. He had three goals to go along with 12 assists. He started out as a
left back but played left back and center back in 2018 for the injury-riddled Fire.
"This may come as a surprise to many," he wrote on Twitter, "but I'm at a time in my life where it is
best for me to move on from the game."
Vincent starred on the 2015 Stanford national championship team with Jordan Morris
and was taken by the Fire with the No.
4 pick in the 2016 SuperDraft.
Morris and Vincent played together for the USA in its 1-0 win over Canada in a friendly. They were among the under-23 players brought into the January camp
to prepare for the Olympic qualifying playoff series against Colombia in March 2016. Vincent was called in but did not dress for the two games.