2018 (S2): Ocampo-Chavez made his first start in a 4-1 road loss to Timbers 2 (August 19). He finished his first professional campaign with three appearances, two of which were starts.
2017 (S2): Ocampo-Chavez made his professional debut as a 15-year-old on July 8, starting and playing 90 minutes in a 4-1 road loss against Real Monarchs.
Ocampo-Chavez has been a mainstay on the U.S. Youth National Team circuit ever since he joined Sounders Academy midway through 2016. Along with teammate Josh Atencio, he led the Stars and Stripes to the 2016 Torneo Delle Nazioni in Italy, defeating the likes of England and Portugal. Later that Summer, Ocampo-Chavez guided the United States to a second-place finish at the 2015 CONCACAF Championships. The young forward has been a key component of the U-17 national team since the start of the new cycle, earning call ups to the 2017 and 2018 Nike Friendlies, where he squared off against some of the top nations in the world. During the summer of 2018, Ocampo-Chavez scored goals against Mexico, Argentina and Brazil. He is currently the leading scorer for the U-17 national team, with five goals in 14 appearances.
Ocampo-Chavez joined Sounders Academy in 2016 from DA side Merced Academy. After starting out with the U-15s, he was invited to join the U-17s for the first round of Generation Adidas Cup in the Fall, where he bagged four goals and two assists in three matches, despite playing three years up. In the 2017-18 season, he was a key contributor for the U-17 team that won the club’s first-ever USSDA national championship. Across the regular season and playoffs, he compiled 17 goals and 10 assists from 25 appearances for the U-17s and U-19s.
Signed to Tacoma Defiance’s roster on April 10, 2018