Academy Under-17s team

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – All four New England Revolution Academy teams took the field over the weekend to continue the MLS NEXT spring season, with the Under-19s, Under-17s, and Under-15s all earning victories. Both the U-17s and U-15s earned road wins at BW Gottschee on Saturday, 3-1 and 2-1, respectively. The Under-14s dropped a 3-0 result at BW Gottschee on Saturday afternoon. Additionally, the U-19s returned to action for the first time in three weeks with a 3-1 win over Black Rock FC in an exhibition match at Gillette Stadium on Friday.

The U-19, U-17, U-15, and U-14 Revolution Academy teams will all hit the road next weekend, returning to New York to face Met Oval on Saturday, May 8. Additionally, Revolution II returns to action on May 12 hosting Union Omaha at 5:00 p.m. ET (ESPN+).

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Revolution MLS NEXT Highlights

  • The U-19s returned to action with a 3-1 win with goals from Triton Beauvois (2003 – Malden, Mass.), Aidan Farwell (2002 – Randolph, Mass.), and Ronilson Mendes (2002 – Brockton, Mass.).
  • Midfielder Noel Buck (2005 – Arlington, Mass.) joined up with the U-17s over the weekend after beginning the 2021 season with Revolution II. He scored a goal and added two assists in his MLS NEXT spring debut. Buck, who has played over 100 professional minutes in two games at the USL League One level, provided helpers for Jack Panayotou (2004 – Cambridge, Mass.) and Matiwos Rumley (2005 – Hebron, Conn.).
  • Forwards Enzo Goncalves (2006 – Hyannis, Mass.) and Angel Ortez (2006 – Revere, Mass.) rediscovered their scoring touch, each tallying a goal in the U-15s’ victory. Ortez’s goal is his seventh in 10 games since joining the program, while Goncalves found the back of the net for a team-leading ninth time in the 2020-21 campaign.


New England Revolution U-17s vs BW Gottschee U-17s
Saturday, May 1, 2021 – College of Staten Island (Staten Island, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 3, BW Gottschee 1

Scoring Summary:
BWG – 24’
NE – Noel Buck (Jack LaBelle) 40’
NE – Jack Panayotou (Noel Buck) 43’
NE – Matiwos Rumley (Noel Buck) 52’

Revolution U-17s: Brady Elmblad; Steban Lopera (Alexi Karalis 86’), Dylan Walsh, Matiwos Rumley, Jack LaBelle (Jack Burkhardt 80’); Gabriel de Godoi (Chance Therrien 70’), Noel Buck, Jack Panayotou (Jason Zacarias 70’); Brandonn Bueno, Malcolm Fry (Samson Kpardeh 70’), Isaie Louis (Ed Fundunyan 86’).

Substitutes Not Used: Max Weinstein.


New England Revolution U-15s vs BW Gottschee U-15s
Saturday, May 1, 2021 – College of Staten Island (Staten Island, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 2, BW Gottschee 1

Scoring Summary:
NE – Enzo Goncalves (Unassisted) 8’
BWG – 25’
NE – Angel Ortez (Jaime Kabuusu) 60’

Revolution U-15s: Sebastian Wraga (Ryan Carney 56’); Luke Churchill (Alejandro Palacio 50’), Kian Charris, Henrique Dias, Alexander Rapo; Jamie Kabuusu, Giuseppe Ciampa, Kevin Medina (Jordi Tornberg Ayala 50’); Olger Escobar (Diego Xhikneli 56’), Angel Ortez, Enzo Goncalves.

Substitutes Not Used: Hayes Benzan, Alessandro Bacabac,


New England Revolution U-14s vs BW Gottschee U-14s
Saturday, May 1, 2021 – College of Staten Island (Staten Island, N.Y.)
New England Revolution 0, BW Gottschee 3

Scoring Summary:
BWG – 6’
BWG – (Penalty Kick) 19’
BWG – 23’

Revolution U-14s: Miles Fleming; Jackson Danforth, Lucas Nuernberg, Sage Kinner, Matias Xhikneli; Owen Zhang, Conrad Sweatman, Jaime Vega; Luka Hislop, Raphael Alves, Everson Goglia.

Substitutes Used: Fabian Alzate, Felipe Carvalho, Caleb Chao, Gavin Foley, T.J. Levisee, Leo Lopez, Nolan Murray.