FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy U-19s and U-14s were back in action last weekend with the U-19s staying at home to face New York Soccer Club while the U-14s traveled to Taunton, Mass. to take on Intercontinental FA.
The U-19s notched their second draw in a row as they and New York Soccer Club battled to a 1-1 deadlock. After falling behind in the 53rd minute, Marcos Ojea Quintana (2004 – Riverside, Conn.) scored in the 73rd minute to claim a point for the Revolution. After an 3-0-0 start to the spring season, the U-14s recorded their first loss of the campaign, falling to Intercontinental FA by a score of 1-0.
All four Revolution Academy teams are back in action next weekend as the U-19s and U-14s travel to face Oakwood Soccer Club. The U-15s and U-17s will compete in the Generation adidas Cup in Frisco, Texas, where 80 professional academies from 10 countries will compete at the Toyota Soccer Center at Toyota Stadium from April 9-17. The U-15s are set to face CF Montreal, Charlotte FC, and Club America (MEX) in Group Play E while the U-17s will take on FC Cincinnati, Celtic, and Atlanta United FC in Group Play H. More information on the GA Cup can be found here.
Revolution MLS NEXT Pro & MLS NEXT Highlights
- Midfielder Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.), 17, made his professional debut with New England Revolution II on Sunday as he subbed in at the 45th minute for Academy graduate Hikaru Fujiwara in their home opener vs. RNYFC. Panayotou became the 20th Academy player to make his professional debut with New England’s second team.
- Academy graduate Damian Rivera notched his third goal in two games, lifting Revs II to a 3-1 victory over Rochester.
- U-19 midfielder Marcos Ojea Quintana (2004 – Riverside, Conn.) scored his fourth of the season and the game-tying goal vs. New York Soccer Club to give his team a point in the draw.
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
- Isaie Louis (2005 – Everett, Mass.) – San Diego State
- Morris Matthews (2003 – Westwood, Mass.) – Northeastern
- Andrew Millar (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) – Vermont
- 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. New York Soccer Club U-19s
Sunday, April 3, 2022 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)
New England Revolution 1, New York Soccer Club 1
Revolution U-19s: Matt Tibbetts; Zachary Sardi-Santos, Jack Brukhardt, Dylan Walsh, Jack Labelle (Carl Laurent 80’); Marcos Ojea Quintana, Andrew Millar, Brandonn Bueno;Triton Beauvois, Greg Cook (Alexi Karalis 46’), Jason Zacarias.
Substitutes Not Used: Daniel Woodward, Kevin Medina, Kevin Christensen, Daniel Bede.
NYSC – Benjamin Sidley 53’
NE – Marcos Ojea Quintana 73’
New England Revolution U-14s vs. Intercontinental FA U-14s
Saturday, April 2, 2022 – Fore Kicks III Indoor and Outdoor Sports Complex (Taunton, Mass.)
New England Revolution 0, Intercontinental FA 1
IFA – Owen Fadden 79’
Revolution U-14s: Jose Goodman Millman; Matias Xhikneli, Thomas Tsouros, Gavin Baer, Trevor Steele; Bryan Norena, Anthony Anduray; Braydon Fagundes, Jamie Vega Espinosa, Camilo Moreno Bustamante, Mesud Ramic.
Substitutes Used: Sheridan McNish, Julian Monteiro, Jayel Goncalves, Luka Hislop, Jorge Flores, Gabirel Jordao, Kaleb Curran.