An attacker who can play any position along the front line, Lennon joins DF Danilo Acosta, D/F Jordan Allen, DF Justen Glad, MF Jose Hernandez, DF Aaron Herrera and M/F Sebastian “Bofo” Saucedo among the seven homegrown products who once played for RSL assistant Freddy Juarez and Academy Director Martin Vasquez as youth players who have now matriculated to the first team. Lennon, along with Acosta, Glad, Herrera and Saucedo, captured the CONCACAF title for the United States and advanced to the final eight in South Korea in the most recent FIFA U-20 World Championships.
RSL: Originally acquired on loan from Liverpool on Feb. 6, 2017. Signed on a permanent deal on Dec. 20, 2017.
2018: Moving to RSL's backline in 2018, Lennon cemented himself as the right back where he played in 33 matches, making 32 starts totaling 2850 minutes. Lennon was recognized on MLS’s 22Under22 List at #15.
2017: In his first full season with the club, Lennon played in 25 matches, making 15 starts and scoring three goals.
OUTSIDE MLS: Lennon made the move to Liverpool following a standout season with Real Salt Lake’s U-18 Academy in which he scored 31 goals to help lead the Arizona-based Academy team to the USSDA championship match. He has played primarily with the Premier League club’s U-23 team since.