FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy U-15s and U-17s traveled to Washington D.C. over the weekend to face D.C. United and Philadelphia Union, while the U-14s took on Intercontinental FA on Tuesday night.
The U-17s played D.C. United to a 4-4 draw on Saturday with Olger Escobar (2006 – Lynn, Mass.) tallying twice while Joshua Poulson (2007 – Hingham, Mass.) and Tito Nichols (2007 – Milton, Mass.) added to the scoring. The team suffered their first loss of the season on Sunday, falling to Philadelphia Union, 4-1. Eric Martinez (2006 – Perris, Calif.) scored his fifth goal of the season in the match.
The U-15s fell to D.C. United, 6-1, on Saturday with Cristiano Carlos (2008- Chicopee, Mass.) finding the scoreboard for New England. They played Philadelphia Union to a 1-1 draw on Sunday where Carlos again found the back of the net to secure his team-leading sixth goal of the season.
The U-14s earned a 1-1 draw with Intercontinental FA on Tuesday night. Judah Siqueira (2009 – South Easton, Mass.) scored his team-leading ninth goal in his ninth appearance of the season in the 14th minute of the match.
The U-19s will resume their season this weekend, traveling to play New York Soccer Club and Met Oval. The U-14s, U-15s, and U-17s all return to action on November 19. The complete MLS NEXT schedule and all 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:
· Brandonn Bueno (2004 – Framingham, Mass.) signed his first professional contract with Revolution II on Monday, becoming the eighth Revolution Academy player to ascend to the second team’s roster since the team’s inaugural season in 2020.
· U-15 forward Cristiano Carlos (2008 – Chicopee, Mass.) scored both of his team’s goals this weekend, bringing him to six on the season.
· Olger Escobar (2006 – Lynn, Mass.) tallied his fifth and sixth goals of the season in the U-17s draw with D.C. United.
· U-17 forward Eric Martinez (2006 – Perris, Calif.) scored New England’s lone goal on Sunday for his fifth of the season.
· Judah Siqueira (2009 – South Easton, Mass.) scored his ninth goal of the season in his ninth appearance with the U-14s to secure a 1-1 draw against Intercontinental FA.
· Academy graduate Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) was named to the All-Big East Third Team after tallying five goals and three assists during his freshman season at Georgetown University.
· Notching four goals and five assists in his junior season at Providence College, Academy graduate Gevork Diarbian was named to the All-Big East Second Team.
New England Revolution U-17s vs. D.C. United U-17s
Saturday, November 5, 2022 – Audi Field (Washington, D.C.)
New England Revolution 4, D.C. United 4
NE – Olger Escobar 3’
DC – Noel Calix Ortiz 7’
NE – Joshua Poulson 15’
NE – Olger Escobar 35’
DC – Ignacio Alex 62’
DC – Nelson Hernandez 66’
NE – Tito Nichols 73’
DC – Gavin Turner 81’
Revolution U-17s: Owen Beninga; Enzo Goncalves (Eric Martinez 77’), Darwin Lopez, Sage Kinner, Raphael Alves; Gisueppe Ciampa (Aidan Reilly 84’), Eric Klein (Joshua Poulson 77’). Gershom Matimano (Edwin Flores 68’); Peyton Miller, Tito Nichols, Olger Escobar.
Substitutes Not Used: Ryan Carney, Simon Henao, Jamie Kabuusu.
New England Revolution U-17s vs. Philadelphia Union U-17s
Sunday, November 6, 2022 – Audi Field (Washington D.C.)
New England Revolution 1, Philadelphia Union 4
PHI – Diego Rocio 17’
NE – Eric Martinez 19’
PHI – Luke Zielinski 32’
PHI – Daniel Krueger 45’
PHI – Diego Rocio 56’
Revolution U-17s: Ryan Carney; Enzo Goncalves (Raphael Alves 45’), Darwin Lopez (Simon Henao 45’), Sage Kinner (Tito Nichols 63’), Joshua Poulson; Eric Klein (Jamie Kabuusu 45’), Edwin Flores (Gershom Matimano 56’), Gisueppe Ciampa; Peyton Miller, Eric Martinez, Olger Escobar (Aidan Reilly 67’)
Substitutes Not Used: Owen Beninga.
New England Revolution U-15s vs. D.C. United U-15s
Saturday, November 5, 2022 – Audi Field (Washington D.C.)
New England Revolution 1, D.C. United 6
DC – Damilola Olupona 8’
NE – Cristiano Carlos 24’
DC – Makai Wells 52’
DC – Langston Fabiyi 69’
DC – Damilola Olupona 82’
DC – Jakub Porada 84’
Revolution U-15s: Sean Cory; Alvin Depina (Julian Monteiro 60’), Joaquin Garcia Zilinskas (Caiden London 60’) Thomas Tsouros, Eli Ackerman (Luca Toro 60’); Luis Fontalvo, Bryan Norena (Anthony Anduray 50’) Braydon Fagundes; Cristiano Oliveira (Gabriel Jordao 60’), Mesud Ramic (Grant Emerhi 50’), Cristiano Carlos.
Substitutes Not Used: Jose Goodman Millman
New England Revolution U-15s vs. Philadelphia Union U-15s
Sunday, November 6, 2022 – Audi Field (Washington D.C.)
New England Revolution 1, Philadelphia Union 1
PHI – Gavin DeHart 5’
NE – Cristiano Carlos 10’
Revolution U-15s: Jose Goodman Millman; Alvin Depina, Joaquin Garcia Zilinskas, Thomas Tsouros, Eli Ackerman; Bryan Norena, Anthony Anduray (Luis Fontalvo 50’), Braydon Fagundes; Cristiano Oliveira (Mesud Ramic 61’), Cristiano Carlos, Grant Emerhi.
Substitutes Not Used: Sean Cory, Caiden London, Julian Monteiro, Gabriel Jordao, Luca Toro.
New England Revolution U-14s vs. Intercontinental FA U-14s
Tuesday, November 8, 2022 – South Walpole Community Athletic Complex (South Walpole, Mass.)
New England Revolution 1, Intercontinental FA 1
NE – Judah Siqueira 14’
IFA – Tyler Gladstone 23’
Revolution U-14s: Reinner Fidelis; Alexander Glassman, Jonathan Cante, Brian Brooks, Tyler Bergquist; Kaleb Oliveira, Luke Nuspl, Kenny Mills, Nathan Jackson; Richard Owusu-Afriyie; Judah Siqueira.
Substitutes Used: Ryker Fauth, Daniel Jordao, Camilo Moreno Bustamante, David Sellars, Jayden Flores, Radeen Alavi.