Ingham with Pittsburgh Riverhounds in 2018
|Date of birth||June 27, 1993|
|Place of birth||Newmarket, Ontario, Canada|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|2011–2015||Florida Gulf Coast Eagles||63||(0)|
|2016||→ Toronto FC II (loan)||2||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of October 16, 2019|
Ingham began studying at the Florida Gulf Coast University in 2011, having graduated from Keswick High School in Ontario, Canada. He was named team captain during his sophomore, junior and senior years at Keswick, where he earned multiple MVP awards. He also captained the school's volleyball team and won bronze and gold medals in his sophomore and senior years respectively in regional high-jump. In 2011, Ingham kept one clean sheet in 8 games and was named A-Sun Tournament MVP.
In 2014, Ingham was named to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference First Team and All-Tournament Team, as well as being named A-Sun Tournament MVP for a second time after not allowing a goal during the championship. That season he recorded another nine shutouts, matching his previous Florida Gulf Coast record from 2012 and tying the Eagles' career all-time record of 19. That season, Ingham did not concede more than two goals in any game and led the A-Sun Conference in goals against average (0.71), save percentage (.821) and saves (69). At one point in the season, Ingham held a shutout streak of 495 minutes and 40 seconds, spanning six games and four straight clean sheets.
In 2015, Ingham was named to the A-Sun First Team and was also named Atlantic Sun Goalkeeper of the Year. He posted seven shutouts in twelve appearances, conceding only nine goals all season.
In 2015, he played for Ontario-based Kitchener-Waterloo United, where he won the 2015 Premier Development League and won yet another MVP award after saving a penalty in the playoff final against the New York Red Bulls U-23. He returned to the Eagles for his senior year, in which he was named Atlantic Sun Goalkeeper of the Year and became a six-time Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Week - a joint record.
Having graduated as the program’s all-time goals-against average leader, and one of only two goalkeepers in the history of the A-Sun to finish with a goals-against average lower than 1.00, Ingham signed with professional NASL side FC Edmonton.
After failing to earn a first-team place with the Edmonton based team, Ingham joined the second team of Toronto FC on loan in 2016. He made 2 appearances for The Reds in the USL, being named man of the match in his first match in a losing effort against New York Red Bull II and only making a cameo appearance in his second match, coming in late for a recovering Clint Irwin before returning to Edmonton. Ingham would find success in his second year at FC Edmonton earning the starting spot on June 7 against the New York Cosmos making 5 saves, including a penalty save to secure his first professional win. He retained the number 1 spot playing 6 matches in the month of June being named to the NASL Team of the Week following his first 2 starts against the aforementioned New York Cosmos before making another 6 saves and being named man of the match against Miami FC on June 10 in a 1-0 loss. Ingham would go on to be named man of the match in his next 2 starts during a home and home with the 2017 NASL Champion, San Francisco Deltas; he was also nominated for the NASL play of the week for his top corner save that took place late in the second half of the June 17th match before earning NASL's play of the week honor for his "triple save" in the later of the two matches on June 24. Ingham earned NASL team of the month honours for the month of June after being named to the NASL team of the week for the second time in June. On July 7 Ingham was sidelined with an injury during a match against North Carolina FC keeping him out of the line-up until the start of the fall season. He was left out of the 18 man roster after that for nearly a month with speculation of FC Edmonton selling Ingham to interested suitors; although nothing materialized. Ingham played 2 matches at the end of the season against the Jacksonville Armada and Puerto Rico FC, logging a tie and a loss respectively. He spent two seasons with FC Edmonton, before the club ceased operations after the 2017 season.
On 8 April 2019, Ingham signed with Canadian Premier League side York9. On 27 April 2019 he made his debut for York 9, conceding one goal in a 1-1 draw against Forge FC in Hamilton. Although he was expected to be a backup before the season started, Ingham secured the starting goalkeeper spot and wound up playing in all but two games for York9 in their 2019 season and they finished in third place overall.
Ingham supports Liverpool.
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