New England Revolution Academy Highlights: April 28, 2023


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy Under-19, Under-17, and Under-15 teams continued their MLS NEXT spring season last weekend, taking on Intercontinental FA and Orlando City SC at Providence College.

The U-19s secured a 2-1 victory over Intercontinental FA on Sunday as Bryce Flowers (2005 – Sharon, Mass.) and Gianluca Armellino (2005 – Plainville, Mass.) both tallied two minutes apart in the first half.

The U-17s also recorded a 2-1 win in their match vs. Orlando City SC. Eric Martinez (2006- Perris, Calif.) evened the score in the 44th minute as Aidan Reilly (2007 – Pembroke, Mass.) notched the game-winner in the 77th minute to secure the U-17s sixth win of the spring season.

The U-15s fell in their game vs. Orlando, 2-1. Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.) tallied in the 8th minute, extending his team lead to 11 goals on the year.

The U-19s and U-14s are now set to face Oakwood and Bayside FC while the U-15s and U-17s prepare to host Atlanta United and Charlotte FC this weekend. The complete MLS NEXT schedule and the latest news from around the league can be viewed here. Click here to learn more about the New England Revolution Academy.

Revolution MLS & MLS NEXT Highlights:

  • U-17 forward Olger Escobar (2006 – Malden, Mass.) became the 27th Academy player to make his professional debut with Revolution II, entering in the 71st minute of last week’s match vs. New York Red Bulls II.
  • U-19 forward Gianluca Armellino (2005 – Plainville, Mass.) tallied his second goal in two weeks, notching the game-winner vs. Intercontinental FA in the 18th minute.
  • U-17 forward Eric Martinez (2006 – Perris, Calif.) tallied his team-leading 15th goal of the season on Sunday vs. Orlando City SC.
  • U-15 forward Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.) scored his 11th goal of the season in his team’s match vs. Orlando City SC.


New England Revolution U-19s vs. Intercontinental FA U-19s
Sunday, April 23, 2023 – Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium (Providence, R.I.)

New England Revolution 2, Intercontinental FA 1

Scoring Summary:

NE – Bryce Flowers 16’
NE – Gianluca Armellino 18’
IFA – Juan-Diego Uribe Valencia 78’

Revolution U-19s: Kevin Christensen (Marshall Nason Martin 45’); Steban Lopera (Alejandro Palacio 60’), Jack Burkhardt, Garrett Holam (Alex Parvu 45’), Alex Rapo (Jake LaBelle 45’); Ezra Widman, Tyler Flowers, Alexi Karalis (Gabriel Chavez 60’), Gianluca Armellino, Bryce Flowers (Alex St. John 45’), Jason Zacarias (Felipe Vieira De Andrade 60’).


New England Revolution U-17s vs. Orlando City SC U-17s
Sunday, April 23, 2023 – Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium (Providence, R.I.)
New England Revolution 2, Orlando City SC 1

Scoring Summary:

ORL – Majed Abdullah 16’
NE – Eric Martinez 44’
NE – Aidan Reilly 77’

Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney; Enzo Goncalves (Edwin Flores 87’), Sage Kinner, Simon Henao, Jamie Kabuusu (Raphael Alves 45’); Giuseppe Ciampa, Josh Partal (Joshua Poulson 62’), Eric Klein; Raphael Alves (Jamie Kabuusu 45’), Eric Martinez (Aidan Reilly 66’), Olger Escobar.

Substitutes Not Used: Kian Charris, Darwin Lopez, Gershom Matimano, Owen Beninga.


New England Revolution U-15s vs. Orlando City SC U-15s
Sunday, April 23, 2023 – Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium (Providence, R.I.)

New England Revolution 1, Orlando City SC 2

Scoring Summary:

NE – Cristiano Carlos 8’
ORL – Jakob Garcia 26’
ORL – Jarell Bonilla 78’

Revolution U-15s: Sean Cory; Eli Ackerman, Joaquin Garcia Zilinskas, Tommy Tsouros, Braydon Fagundes; Cristiano Oliveira, Bryan Norena (Luis Fontalvo 67’), Hector Orozco, Cristiano Carlos, Cliff-Grova Rwabira, Grant Emerhi (Mesud Ramic 67’).

Substitutes Not Used: Alvin Depina, Sheridan McNish, Anthony Anduray, Gershom Matimano, Reinner Fidelis.