Revolution II

POSTGAME NOTES: Revolution II Defeat New York Red Bulls II, 1-0

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HOOKSETT, N.H. (June 14, 2024) – New England Revolution II (4-7-2; 16 pts.) defeated New York Red Bulls II (5-6-3; 20 pts.), 1-0, on Friday night at Ouellette Stadium. Midfielder Maciel scored his first goal of the 2024 season with a highlight-reel game-winner. On the defensive end, goalkeeper JD Gunn made four saves to secure his first clean sheet performance of his professional career.

New England dominated the opening 45 minutes, registering a season-high 16 shots, six on target, in the first half. Maciel put his team on top in the 40th minute, one-timing the ball mid-air with a right-footed strike to the top right corner. Maciel continues to appear in every match this season for Revolution II.

Revolution II held New York scoreless through the remainder of the match, with Gunn making a diving save in the final minutes to help secure the team’s first clean sheet victory of 2024. Midfielder Luka Borovic led New England with a season-high seven shots, three on target, across his 90 minutes of action. Cranston, R.I. native Gevork Diarbian registered three shots on target, matching his career-high, while Newton, Mass. native Patrick Leal logged 86 minutes and recorded a career-high six shots while playing as a striker for the first time with Revolution II.

Friday’s win also featured the returns of Colby Quiñones and Alex Monis, who earned selections to the Puerto Rico and Philippines Senior National Teams, respectively, for 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. Both appeared as second-half substitutes in tonight’s win.

New England continues the 2024 MLS NEXT Pro season on Sunday, June 23, hosting Crown Legacy FC at Ouellette Stadium in New Hampshire. The 6:00 p.m. ET kickoff streams live on with Mark Schoenster calling the action.

New England Revolution II 1, New York Red Bulls II 0
June 14, 2024 – Ouellette Stadium (Hooksett, N.H.)

  • New England registered its first clean sheet victory of the 2024 season, while outshooting New York 24-14 in Friday night’s win.
  • Luka Borovic paced Revolution II with seven shots, three on target.
  • Damario McIntosh suited up for his 10th start in tonight’s match and his first start after signing a professional contract with Revolution II this week.
  • Maciel tallied his first goal of the season, the winning tally, in the 40th minute.
  • JD Gunn recorded his first shutout this season with a four-save performance.
  • McIntosh was one of four Revolution Academy products to earn a start tonight alongside Malcolm Fry, Gevork Diarbian, and Eric Klein.

Thomas Snyder
Assistant Referees: Tom Felice, Jacob Little
Fourth Official: Johnathan Luk
Weather: 74 degrees and partly cloudy

Scoring Summary:
NE – Maciel 1 (Unassisted) 40’

Misconduct Summary:
RBNY – Davi Alexandre (Yellow Card – Hard Foul) 49’
RBNY – Juan Gutierrez Ruiz (Yellow Card – Hard Foul) 55’
NE – Revolution Bench (Yellow Card – Dissent) 60’
RBNY – Red Bulls Bench (Yellow Card – Dissent) 63’
NE – Colby Quiñones (Yellow Card – Hard Foul) 90’
RBNY – Aiden Jarvis (Yellow Card – Hard Foul) 90’+1’
RBNY – Rafael Mosquera Diaz (Yellow Card – Hard Foul) 90’+1’

New England Revolution II: JD Gunn; Moshtaba Al-Hasnawi, Tiago Suarez (Joshua Bolma 75’), Hesron Barry, Damario McIntosh; Maciel, Eric Klein; Gevork Diarbian, Luka Borovic, Malcolm Fry (Colby Quiñones 75’); Patrick Leal (Alex Monis 86’).

Substitutes Not Used: Andrej Bjelajac, Brandonn Bueno, Grant Emerhi, Joshua Partal, Aidan Reilly, Max Weinstein.

New York Red Bulls II: Aidan Stokes; Curtis Ofori, Jair Collahuazo (Davi Alexandre 46’), Juan Gutierrez Ruiz, Dylan Sullivan (Copeland Berkley 61’); Rafael Mosquera Diaz, Steven Sserwadda, Adri Mehmeti (Aiden Jarvis 46’), Malick Dembele (Matthew Dos Santos 85’); Frank Ssebufu, Ranner Rosborough.

Substitutes Not Used: Alan Rutkowski.

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