Zachary Herivaux

Zachary Herivaux
Zachary Herivaux
Zachary Herivaux
Real Name: Zachary Herivaux
HT: 6' 1" WT: 160
Pronunciation: eir-EE-vo
Homegrown Player
Age: 23 (02/01/1996)
Birthplace: Osaka, Japan
Hometown: Brookline, Mass.

Updated Nov. 5, 2018


  • Became the third Homegrown Player signing in Revolution history in May 2015.
  • Has made 10 MLS appearances with two starts since debuting on March 20, 2016 at Philadelphia.
  • Capped four times by Haiti National Team, most recently in a 2019/20 CONCACAF Nations League qualifying match at Saint Lucia on Oct. 13.
  • Represented the Revs in the 2016 Chipotle MLS Homegrown Game in San Jose, Calif.
  • Spent four years in the Revolution Academy, earning the inaugural UnitedHealthcare Academy Player of the Year award in 2014.

MLS CAREER: The Revolution's third ever Homegrown Player has spent four seasons with the first team after signing professional contract in May 2015…Has made 10 career MLS appearances and logged 196 minutes…In 2018, made five league appearances, starting two, and one additional start in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup…Has played in eight U.S. Open Cup matches over four seasons…Represented the club in the 2016 Chipotle MLS Homegrown Game in San Jose, Calif. …Following 2015 season, spent three weeks training with Sporting Clube de Portugal as part of the clubs’ strategic partnership.

2018: Made five appearances, two starts, and totaled 158 minutes played…Started and played 90 minutes in U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round match at Louisville on June 5…Available for selection in 11 MLS games this season…(5/12) vs. TOR: Played 23 minutes in first league appearance since October 2016…Drew three fouls in the 3-2 win…(6/2) vs. NY: Made a substitute appearance and played one minute in the 2-1 win…(10/6) at ATL: Made first career MLS start in 2-1 loss at Atlanta United, logging 69 minutes in the road match…(10/28) vs. MTL: Made second career MLS start, in fifth appearance of the season, in 1-0 season finale win over Montreal Impact, playing 64 minutes.

2017: Did not make an MLS appearance for Revolution…Made senior international debut for Haiti in a friendly at Japan on Oct. 10…Started in both U.S. Open Cup wins…Recorded second career U.S. Open Cup goal against the Rochester Rhinos on June 14…Spent time on loan with San Antonio FC (USL), making four appearances and two starts with one goal scored.

2016: Appeared in five MLS games and logged 38 minutes of action…Represented the Revolution in the Chipotle Homegrown Game in San Jose, Calif., earning the start and playing 73 minutes on Aug. 27…Appeared in all four U.S. Open Cup wins…Made first professional start against Carolina RailHawks FC on June 15…Scored the game-winning goal in the 103rd minute, his first as a professional and the latest game-winner in club history across all competitions…Played 58 minutes as a substitute in the club’s U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 match against the New York Cosmos…(3/20) at PHI: Made MLS debut to become the third Revolution Academy and Homegrown Player signing to log minutes with the first team...(8/6) at TOR: Logged 10 minutes of action after entering match as a substitute in second career MLS appearance…(8/13) vs. PHI: Appeared in consecutive MLS matches for first time in career...Made home debut and longest appearance of MLS career, logging 22 minutes…(10/23) vs. MTL: Played one minute as a substitute in season finale.

2015: Became New England’s third ever Homegrown Player with first professional contract on May 2…Did not appear in an MLS game…Made professional debut in a U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round match vs. Charlotte Independence when he replaced Daigo Kobayashi as a substitute in the 87th minute...Following the season, spent three weeks training with Sporting Clube de Portugal as part of the clubs’ strategic partnership.

CLUB CAREER OUTSIDE OF MLS: Spent time on loan with USL's San Antonio FC during the 2017 season…Joined San Antonio on April 15, 2017…Made four appearances and started two games, including one 90-minute outing against Seattle Sounders FC 2 on April 25…Scored first goal in USL and second as a pro in substitute appearance on April 28 at Portland Timbers 2.

NATIONAL TEAM (HAITI): Has been capped four times for Haiti...Represented Haiti at the Under-20 and Under-23 levels…Called in to play for Haiti at the 2015 CONCACAF U-20 Championship in January 2015…Made five appearances in the competition, including three starts against El Salvador, Cuba, and Honduras…Later called in to the Haiti U-23 National Team for the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship in October 2015, appearing in all three of Haiti’s games…Earned starts against Honduras and Costa Rica…Started in Haiti’s friendly against the Argentina Olympic Team on July 24, 2016 in Boca Raton, Fla. …Made senior international debut for Haiti in a friendly at Japan on Oct. 10, 2017…Started and played 67 minutes in a May 29, 2018 friendly vs. Argentina, matching up against Lionel Messi in the midfield…Started and notched an assist in Haiti’s 2-1 win over St. Lucia in a 2019/20 CONCACAF Nations League qualifying match on Oct. 13, 2018.

REVOLUTION ACADEMY: Played four seasons with the Revolution Academy and made 92 appearances with the U-16 and U-18 teams, including 82 starts…Named the inaugural UnitedHealthcare Academy Player of the Year in 2014…Originally joined the Academy in 2011 and tallied 12 goals and 14 assists in that time…Joined the Revs’ Under-16 team ahead of the 2011-12 season, before splitting time between the U-16s and U-18s during the 2012-13 season…Played in four games with the U-18s in the Development Academy Finals Week in July 2013…Became an integral part of the Revolution U-18s in the 2013-14 season, captaining the side to the Development Academy Playoffs…Honored as part of the East Conference Under-18 Starting XI for the 2014-15 Development Academy season.

PERSONAL: A native of Brookline, Mass. with tri-citizenship in Haiti, Japan, and the United States…Born in Osaka, Japan, and attended high school at Beaver Country Day School in Chestnut Hill, Mass. …Father, Pedro, played professionally in Japan…Nominated for Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year before his freshman year of high school…Traveled to Japan in 2010, training with a prestigious high school team in Osaka…Named one of the world’s top five U-17 players to watch by FourFourTwo in 2011.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
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