All four New England Revolution Academy teams were in action this past weekend for the final weekend of the MLS NEXT regular season. The U-19s hosted Seacoast United while the U-15s and U-17s welcomed Toronto FC Academy and CF Montreal to Gillette Stadium. The U-14s faced off against Toronto FC on Saturday.

The Revolution Academy Under-19s defeated Seacoast United 2-1 on Sunday to secure their place in the 2022 MLS NEXT Cup Playoffs. Hikaru Fujiwara (2003 – Lexington, Mass.) and Malcolm Fry (2005 – Groton, Mass.) each scored to lift the U-19s to victory while Max Weinstein (2004 – Montpelier, V.T.) stood strong in net. The Revolution Academy’s U-15s and U-19s will both be heading to Frisco, Texas from June 25 to July 3 to compete in the 2022 MLS NEXT Cup Playoffs.The complete MLS NEXT schedule and all the latest news from around the league can be viewed here.

The U-17s secured two draws over the weekend with scores of 1-1 vs. Toronto and 0-0 vs. CF Montreal. Olger Escobar (2006 – Lynn, Mass.) scored in Saturday’s match while Ryan Carney (2006 – Dunstable, Mass.) and Kevin Christensen (2006 – Natick, Mass.) each played to secure the clean sheet on Sunday. The U-15s fell to Toronto 4-2 on Saturday, but bounced back to win 3-1 vs. CF Montreal on Sunday with Peyton Miller (2007 – Unionville, Conn.) scoring twice.

The U-14s sailed to a 4-1 victory over Toronto FC with goals coming from Bryan Norena (2008 – Revere, Mass.), Anthony Anduray (2008 – Merrimack, N.H.), Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.), and Rudy Figueroa (2007 – Providence, R.I.).

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Revolution MLS & MLS NEXT Highlights

  • With their 2-1 victory over Seacoast United, the U-19s secured their place in the 2022 MLS NEXT Cup Playoffs and will join the U-15s in Frisco, Texas at the end of the month. The U-15s qualified after winning their group in the MLS NEXT Flex tournament.
  • Academy midfielder Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) earned his first national team call up with the U-19 U.S. Men’s Youth National Team, competing in two friendlies vs. England and Norway in Marbella, Spain.
  • U-19 forward Malcolm Fry (2005 – Groton, Mass.) made his first appearance with the U-19s this season, scoring the game-winner in the 56th minute while midfielder Hikaru Fujiwara (2003 – Lexington, Mass.) opened the scoring with a free kick in the 16th minute.
  • U-17 forward Olger Escobar (2006 – Lynn, Mass.) scored his seventh goal of the year on Saturday, tying him with Isaie Louis (2005 – Everett, Mass.) for the team lead.
  • U-15 forward Peyton Miller (2007 – Unionville, Conn.) scored his team-leading 24th and 25th goals of the season to lift his team to victory over CF Montreal on Sunday.
  • U-14 forward Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.) scored his team-leading 17th goal of the season on Saturday vs. Toronto FC.

Revolution Academy’s Latest College Commitments

  • Triton Beauvois (2003 – Malden, Mass.) – Virginia
  • Jack Burkhardt (2005 – Sutton, Mass.) – Boston College
  • Greg Cook (2004 – Las Vegas, N.V.) – Northwestern University
  • Marco Dos Santos (2005 – Methuen, Mass.) – Boston College
  • Malcolm Fry (2005 – Groton, Mass.) – Wake Forest
  • Jack LaBelle (2005 – Peabody, Mass) – University of Vermont
  • Isaie Louis (2005 – Everett, Mass.) – San Diego State
  • Morris Matthews (2003 – Westwood, Mass.) – Northeastern
  • Andrew Millar (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) – Vermont
  • Marcos Ojea Quintana (2004 – Riverside, Conn.) – Harvard
  • Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) – Georgetown
  • Matiwos Rumley (2005 – Hebron, Conn.) – Georgetown
  • Zachary Sardi-Santos (2003 – Newton, Mass.) – Harvard
  • Matthew Tibbetts (2004 – Westborough, Mass.) – American
  • Max Weinstein (2004 – Montpelier, Vt.) – Vermont
  • Jason Zacarias (2004 – Billerica, Mass.) – Boston University


New England Revolution U-19s vs. Seacoast United U-19s
Sunday, June 5, 2022 – Academy Grass Fields (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 2, Seacoast United 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Hikaru Fujiwara 16’
SU – Alessandro Franciosa 44’
NE – Malcolm Fry 56’

Revolution U-19s: Max Weinstein; Zach Sardi-Santos, Jack Burkhardt, Dylan Walsh, Gabriel Chavez (Steban Betancur 68’); Hikaru Fujiwara (Gabriell de Godoi 90’), Brandonn Bueno (Greg Cook 72’), Morris Matthews; Jason Zacarias (Andrew Millar 68’), Triton Beauvois (Marco Dos Santos 72’), Malcolm Fry.

Substitutes Not Used: Matt Tibbetts, Daniel Bede.


New England Revolution U-17s vs. Toronto FC U-17s
Saturday, June 4, 2022 – Academy Grass Fields (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 1, Toronto FC 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Olger Escobar 37’
TOR – Tyler Londono Zapata 66’

Revolution U-17s: Kevin Christensen (Ryan Carney 60’); Alexandru Parvu (Alex Rapo 70’). Daniel Woodward (Matiwos Rumley 60’), Henrique Dias, Steban Betancur; Marco Dos Santos, Giuseppe Ciampa (Jamie Kabuusu 45’), Diego Xhikneli (Jack LaBelle 70’); Enzo Goncalves (Carl Laurent 78’), Caleb Huang (Isaie Louis 60’), Olger Escobar.

New England Revolution U-17s vs. CF Montreal U-17s
Sunday, June 5, 2022 – Academy Grass Fields (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 0, CF Montreal 0

Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney (Kevin Christensen 58’); Alejandro Palacio (Alexandru Parvu 58’), Matiwos Rumley, Henrique Dias, Alex Rapo (Garrett Holman 60’); Jamie Kabuusu, Giuseppe Ciampa, Jack LaBelle (Daniel Woodward 60’); Carl Laurent (Isaie Louis 46’), Caleb Huang (Enzo Goncalves 46’), Kevin Medina (Diego Xhikneli 58’).


New England Revolution U-15s vs. Toronto FC U-15s
Saturday, June 4, 2022 – Academy Grass Fields (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 2, Toronto FC 4

Scoring Summary:
TOR – Quentin Christey 27’
TOR – Dante Wright 46’
NE – Alvin Depina 49’
TOR – Joses Chukwu 52’
NE – Peyton Miller 58’
TOR -Quinton Wilson 60’

Revolution U-15s: Marshall Nason Martin; Aidan Reilly, Sage Kinner, Simon Henao, Alvin Depina (Luke Churchill 62’); Josh Partal (Owen Zhang 62’), Kevin Machado, Edwin Flores (Evan Gustafson 47’); Nolan Murray (Josh Poulson 46’), Tito Nichols (Danny Stanger 62’), Peyton Miller (Ian Hecker 62’)

Substitutes Not Used: Max Dressel.

New England Revolution U-15s vs. CF Montreal U-15s
Sunday, June 5, 2022 – Academy Grass Fields (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 3, CF Montreal 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Peyton Miller 39’
NE – Josh Partal 58’
NE – Peyton Miller 67’
MON – Laurent Santana 75’

Revolution U-15s: Marshall Nason Martin; Luke Churchill, Sage Kinner, Simon Henao, Danny Stanger (Aidan Reilly 68’); Evan Gustafson (Edwin Flores 56’), Owen Zhang (Josh Partal 40’), Ian Hecker (Josh Poulson 40’); Rudy Figueroa (Nolan Murray 40’), Tito Nichols (Kevin Machado 82’), Peyton Miller (Alvin Depina 68’).


New England Revolution U-14s vs. Toronto FC U-14s
Saturday, June 4, 2022 – Academy Grass Fields (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 4, Toronto FC 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Bryan Norena 9’
NE – Anthony Anduray 13’
NE – Cristiano Carlos 39’
NE – Rudy Figueroa 66’
TOR – Phillip Biskupski 71’

Revolution U-14s: Jose Goodman Millman; Matias Xhikneli, Thomas Tsourous, Gavin Baer, Trevor Steele; Braydon Fagundes, Bryan Norena, Anthony Anduray; Rudy Figueroa, Mesud Ramic, Cristiano Carlos.

Substitutes Used: Sheridan McNish, Julian Monteiro, Luka Hislop, Jorge Flores, Gabriel Jordao, Camilo Moreno Bustamente, Kaleb Curran.