OKC Energy FC announced yesterday that they received former Sacramento Republic FC forward Adam Jahn on loan from Columbus Crew SC. With Columbus this season, Adam has appeared in eight matches and logged 68 minutes. He has been hampered of late with ankle injury, but looks to be ready to go for Energy FC.
I’m super excited to get started w/ @EnergyFC!! I’ve met some top-notch people so far and they’ve been so welcoming.— Adam Jahn (@AdamJahn14) July 25, 2018
Huge thanks to @ColumbusCrewSC for allowing me to go out on loan!
Here’s to success for both teams this season!
As most know, Jahn was born and raised in Davis and attended Jesuit High School before attending Stanford University where he played for four seasons. Drafted by the San Jose Earthquakes in 2013, Jahn made 22 appearances (11 starts) and scored four goals in his rookie season.
In 2014, he spent time between San Jose and Sacramento (was loaned out to the Republic) and was pivotal to the Quails championship run — scoring a goal in the quarterfinal match against Wilmington and logging 80 minutes in the final match in what was a 2-0 win over Harrisburg City.
You got to think that Warren Smith, former Republic President (now Senior Advisor with Energy FC) played a role in bringing Jahn over on loan. Either way, it’s a nice pick up for a club that is still in striking distance from the eighth playoff spot in the Western Conference.
We wish Jahn the best!