2019: Chang played a team-high 3,121 minutes in his second season with Real Monarchs. He led the team with 35 starts in 38 match appearances, recording 15 goals and a team-high eight assists. Chang helped the Monarchs win their first USL Championship title with two goals and two assists in four playoff appearances. Chang became the ninth player to make the jump to RSL after first signing with the Monarchs.
2018: In his first season with the Monarchs, Chang featured in 32 matches, starting 31. Chang scored four goals and led the team in assists with nine. He became the first player in the modern era of the USL Championship to reach 30 career assists.
2017: In his fourth season with the Charleston Battery he scored four goals and assisted 10 times in 2437 total minutes played – good for the second most minutes on the Battery roster. Chang made 28 starts in 2017 operating on the left side of the midfield.
2016: Featured in 31 games for the Charleston Battery making 30 starts, scoring six goals and adding six assists.
2015: Scored three goals and added five assists during his second season in Charleston.
2014: In 19 games played during his rookie season, Chang featured in 19 games scoring twice while adding a single assist.
SCOUTING REPORT: “a proven commodity in the USL, he is going to give you goals and assists every year… he’s a guy that fits in very well with the style of soccer we play and we expect him to be one of the best players in the league…”
PERSONAL: Enjoys playing video games when he’s not playing soccer … enjoys fishing … Cuban food is his favorite … Parents are Ana and Hilda … supports FC Barcelona of La Liga