RBNY 12

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy concluded its 2021 MLS NEXT Fall season with the Under-14s facing NEFC on the road and Valeo FC at home while the Under-15 and Under-17 Academy teams traveled to face the Philadelphia Union and D.C. United Academy teams.

The U-15s split the weekend, following up a tightly-contested 1-0 loss at Philadelphia with a 7-1 win over D.C. United. The U-17s went 0-1-1, falling to Philadelphia 3-0 and tying D.C. 3-3.

The U-14s suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday against NEFC, 4-2, but bounced back on Sunday against Valeo FC, shutting them out 4-0. The U-14s are currently 11-1-2 on the season.

The 2021-22 MLS Next Season will continue in the spring, with the first game slated for March 12 at home, where all four Academy teams will host FC Boston Bolts. Click here to learn more about the New England Revolution Academy. The complete MLS NEXT schedule and all the latest news from around the league can be viewed here.

Revolution MLS NEXT & Alumni Highlights

  • Midfielder Esmir Bajraktarevic (2005 – Appleton, Wis.) followed up signing his first professional contract with New England Revolution II last week by scoring his fifth goal in six games on Sunday, notching the first of the game for New England in their 3-3 draw with D.C. United.
  • Forward Tito Nichols (2007 – Milton, Mass.) and forward Raphael Alves (2007 – Framingham, Mass.) each scored two goals while midfielder Evan Gustafson (2007 – Rochdale, Mass.) recorded three assists to lead the U-15s to a 7-1 victory over D.C. United.
  • U-15 Midfielder Conrad Sweatman (2007 – Stow, Vt.) tallied his first goal of the season on Sunday.
  • Defender Tommy Tsouros (2008 – Bow, N.H.) netted his first three goals of the season, recording a hat trick to lead the U-14s to a 4-0 victory over Valeo FC.
  • Midfielder Camilo Moreno (2008 – Peabody, Mass.) also tallied a goal in each of the U-14s’ matches over the weekend.

Revolution Academy’s Latest College Commitments

  • Triton Beauvois (2003 – Malden, Mass.) – Virginia
  • Malcolm Fry (2005 – Groton, Mass.) – Wake Forest
  • Morris Matthews (2003 – Westwood, Mass.) – Northeastern
  • Andrew Millar (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) – Vermont
  • Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) – Georgetown
  • Max Weinstein (2004 – Montpelier, Vt.) – Vermont
  • Jason Zacarias (2004 – Billerica, Mass.) – Boston University

UNDER-17s (6-7-3)

New England Revolution U-17s vs. Philadelphia Union U-17s
Saturday, November 20, 2021 – Power Training Complex (Chester, P.A.)
New England Revolution 0, Philadelphia Union 3

Scoring Summary:
PHI – 22’
PHI – 56’
PHI – 73’

Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney; Steban Betancur (Jack Labelle 67’), Matiwos Rumley, Alexi Karalis, Alexandru Parvu (Jamie Kabuusu HT); Marco Dos Santos (Carl Laurent 74’), Jack Burkhardt, Giuseppe Ciampa; Enzo Goncalves (Isaie Louis HT), Olger Escobar (Benaiah Hanson HT), Esmir Bajraktarevic

Substitutes Not Used: Kevin Christensen, Diego Xhikneli.

New England Revolution U-17s vs. D.C. United U-17s
Sunday, November 21, 2021 – Segra Field (Leesburg, V.A.)
New England Revolution 3, D.C. United 3

Scoring Summary:
DC – 37’
NE – Esmir Bajraktarevic (Unassisted) 22’
NE – Carl Laurent (Matiwos Rumley) 34’
DC – 52’
NE – Enzo Goncalves (Isaie Louis) 62’
DC – 72’

Revolution U-17s: Kevin Christensen; Matiwos Rumley, Jack Burkhardt, Henrique Dias (Alexandru Parvu 72’), Jack LaBelle (Giuseppe Ciampa 65’); Esmir Bajraktarevic, Alexi Karalis, Diego Xhikneli (Jamie Kabuusu 65’); Benaiah Hanson (Steban Betancur 59’), Carl Laurent (Isaie Louis 59’), Caleb Huang (Enzo Goncalves 59’).

Substitutes Not Used: Ryan Carney.

UNDER-15s (7-5-4)

New England Revolution U-15s vs. Philadelphia Union U-15s
Saturday, November 20, 2021 – Power Training Complex (Chester, P.A.)
New England Revolution 0, Philadelphia Union 1

Scoring Summary:
PHI – 55’

Revolution U-15s: Marshall Nason Martin; Luke Churchill, Simon Henao, Sage Kinner (Danny Stanger 50’), Alvin Depina; Ian Hecker (Kevin Machado 50’), Edwin Flores (Evan Gustafson 70’), Joshua Poulson (Owen Zhang 70’); Raphael Alves, Tito Nichols (Aidan Reilly 64’), Peyton Miller (Cristiano Carlos 64’).

Substitutes Not Used: Miles Fleming.

New England Revolution U-15s vs. D.C. United U-15s
Sunday, November 21, 2021 – Segra Field (Leesburg, V.A.)
New England Revolution 7, D.C. United 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Tito Nichols (Evan Gustafson) 2’
NE – Aidan Reilly (Evan Gustafson) 5’
NE – Raphael Alves (Tito Nichols) 8’
NE – Raphael Alves (Owen Zhang) 15’
NE – Edwin Flores (Unassisted) 33’
NE – Tito Nichols (Evan Gustafson) 36’
DC – 46’
NE – Conrad Sweatman (Kevin Machado) 52’

Revolution U-15s: Miles Fleming; Owen Zhang, Simon Henao, Danny Stanger, Alvin Depina (Luke Churchill 57’, Marshall Nason Martin 75’); Edwin Flores (Matthew Sarro HT), Kevin Machado (Ian Hecker 69’), Evan Gustafson; Raphael Alves (Conrad Sweatman HT), Tito Nichols (Peyton Miller 57’), Aidan Reilly (Cristiano Carlos 57’).

Substitutes Not Used: None.

UNDER-14s (11-1-2)

New England Revolution U-14s vs. NEFC U-14s
Saturday, November 20, 2021 – NEFC Park (Mendon, M.A.)
New England Revolution 2, NEFC 4

Scoring Summary:
NEFC – 21’
NEFC – 41’
NE – Anthony Anduray (Gabriel Jordao) 43’
NEFC – 46’
NEFC – 57’
NE – Camilo Moreno (Unassisted) 80’

Revolution U-14s: Ethan Virmalo; Jorge Flores, Tommy Tsouros, Gavin Baer, Matias Xhikneli; Bryan Norena, Anthony Anduray, Gabriel Jordao; Luka Hislop, Mesud Ramic, Camilo Moreno.

Substitutes Used: Jayel Goncalves, Daniel Jordao, Julian Monteiro, Ryan Scholz.

New England Revolution U-14s vs. Valeo FC U-14s
Sunday, November 21, 2021 – Socios.com Training Center (Foxborough, M.A.)
New England Revolution 4, Valeo FC 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Tommy Tsouros (Anthony Anduray) 2’
NE – Tommy Tsouros (Anthony Anduray) 52’
NE – Camilo Moreno (Julian Monteiro) 58’
NE – Tommy Tsouros (Anthony Anduray) 62’

Revolution U-14s: Ethan Virmalo, Ryan Scholz, Tommy Tsouros, Gavin Baer, Matias Xhikneli; Bryan Norena, Anthony Anduray, Daniel Jordao; Camino Moreno, Mesud Ramic, Luka Hislop.

Substitutes Used: Jorge Flores, Jayel Goncalves, Gabriel Jordao, Julian Monteiro.