Vancouver native Foster Langsdorf was among four Portland Timbers players whose contract options were declined by the Timbers on Thursday.
Langsdorf, a Mountain View High grad, played in 27 games for Timbers 2 of the United Soccer League in 2019, scoring eight goals with nine assists.
Langsdorf appeared in two games with the Timbers in 2019 as well.
He made his Major League Soccer debut on April 6, recording 24 minutes off the bench in a 3-0 loss against the San Jose Earthquakes. His second career MLS appearance cam as a second-half substitute in a 2-1 road loss at the Montreal Impact on June 26.
Langsdorf was signed by the Timbers as a Homegrown Player in January 2018. Prior to that he helped lead Stanford to three consecutive NCAA titles and finished his collegiate career as the Pac-12 Conference’s leader in points and goals.