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Revolution Academy players announce college commitments

FOXBOROUGH, MA. – Seven Revolution Academy players have announced their college commitments for the 2018-19 academic year. Today marks the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) member institution.

"We are proud of all seven players who will continue their playing career at the collegiate level," Revolution Director of Youth Development Bryan Scales said. "Their progress and development is indicative of the hard work and time they've dedicated to improve both on and off the pitch. We look forward to tracking the next step in their individual journeys."

Andy Chisholm and Kevin Vang will remain teammates at the collegiate level, as both have committed to Providence College and will join fellow Revolution Academy alum Steven Kilday (2015).

Three additional players are set to join programs where Revolution Academy alums are currently playing. Tim Ennin has committed to University of Connecticut, where he will be teammates with Austin Aviza (2015); Alex Nagy has committed to the University of Vermont, where he will play with Geo Alves (2014) and Dani Rovira (2014); and Ohad Yahalom has committed to Dartmouth College, joining Amadu Kunateh (2015) and Matt Ranieri (2017) on the pitch.

Rounding out the list of college commitments, Ryan Clare will play for Princeton University, while Alex Clarke will play for Bucknell University.

The deadline for high school seniors to sign a National Letter of Intent is on August 1. Additional Under-19 player college commitments are expected in the coming months.

Revolution Academy College Commitments

Name

Hometown

School

Andy Chisholm

North Attleborough, Mass.

Providence College

Ryan Clare

Wellesley, Mass.

Princeton University

Alex Clarke

Windsor, Conn.

Bucknell University

Tim Ennin

East Hartford, Conn.

University of Connecticut

Alex Nagy

Bow, N.H.

University of Vermont

Kevin Vang

Cranston, R.I.

Providence College

Ohad Yahalom

Brookline, Mass.

Dartmouth College

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