2016 (Montreal Impact): Traded to Montreal on February 13, where he scored two goals and added three assists in 27 MLS appearances. Two of his assists came in consecutive matches to open the season (March 6 at Vancouver and March 12 vs. New York). He scored the Impact’s lone goals in a 1-1 draw at Real Salt Lake (July 9) and a 3-1 loss against New York City FC (July 17).
2015 (Chicago Fire): In his second MLS season, Shipp started 29 of his 33 league matches. The midfielder recorded a career-high eight goals along with three assists. Shipp tallied a career-high two assists against Toronto FC (April 4).
2014 (Chicago Fire): A finalist for the AT&T MLS Rookie of the Year, Shipp made 33 MLS appearances, including 29 starts. He registered seven goals and six assists in his inaugural campaign, including a hat-trick just eight matches into his professional career (May 10 at New York). He also bagged a brace against Sounders FC (June 7). Shipp signed a Homegrown Player contract following his senior season at Notre Dame.
A four-year standout at Notre Dame, Shipp helped lead the Fighting Irish to the first national championship in program history during his senior season. Shipp made 84 appearances over his four collegiate seasons, in which he scored 23 goals and recorded 24 assists. As a senior in 2013, Shipp was named to the NSCAA All-America First Team, College Soccer News All-America First Team and All-ACC First Team, in addition to the NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Offensive Player, ACC Offensive Player of the Year, Academic All-American of the Year and a MAC Hermann Trophy finalist.
The son of Terry and Kathleen, Shipp has one younger brother and two younger sisters. His brother, Michael, was his teammate at Notre Dame. Shipp graduated from Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business with a finance degree and a 3.882 cumulative GPA.
Traded to Seattle from Montreal Impact for General Allocation Money on December 22, 2016.