Max Touloute, Les Cayes Haiti, played college soccer for Indiana University – Purdue Fort Wayne, he played four seasons between 2008 and 2011. In total, he made 67 appearances, tallying 32 goals and 14 assists for the team. Touloute earned multiple honours throughout college, including being named Summit League Offensive Player of the Year in 2011. While in college, Touloute also played semi-professional soccer for Premier Development League clubs Michigan Bucks in 2010 and Vermont Voltage in 2011.
Following college, Touloute signed for UMF Tindastóll of the 1. deild karla, the second tier of the Icelandic football league system, on May 1, 2012. In his one season with the club, Touloute tallied 6 goals in 17 matches. He also made two Icelandic Cup appearances for the club, scoring one goal, during the season. Touloute left the club on September 5th of the same year when he joined the Wichita Wings of the MISL. The following season, Max signed with the MISL Pennsylvania Roar, scoring 7 goals in 5 games before he transferred to BÍ/Bolungarvík, also of the 1. deild karla, signing on March 14, 2013. He remained with this club for one season also, scoring 5 goals in 15 matches.
Touloute returned to the United States to join the Missouri Comets Indoor Soccer Team during the 2013/2014 season. In October 2014, Touloute returned for another season with the Comets, and played 14 games where he recorded a total of 25 points with 17 goals and 8 assists. He scored his first hat trick against the Tulsa Revolution on December 6 at the Cox Business Center.
Following the end of indoor season, it was announced on March 13, 2015 that Touloute had signed with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds of the United Soccer League for the 2015 season. He made his league debut for the club on March 28, 2015, coming on as a second-half substitute in the eventual 5-2 victory over the Harrisburg City Islanders to open the season. Touloute scored his first goal for the club on the next matchday, scoring Pittsburgh’s only goal of a 1–2 defeat to the Rochester Rhinos on April 4, 2015.
“Max will join us immediately,” said CEO Blake Shumaker. “He’s already in season form with Missouri, and we anticipate him to carry the quality Missouri produces into our season as well. Max will be a fan favorite and be a huge impact from the beginning.”
“There’s no question Max will be important to our team,” said GM Larry Inlow. “He can potentially play 6 different positions in our system, he’s very versatile.”