Academy U-17 group huddle 2019
Keith Nordstrom

Academy Update | Spring season continues with all five teams in action

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy continued its spring season last weekend as all five teams continued their campaigns. The Under-19s, Under-17s, and Under-15s traveled to Stamford, Conn. to battle Beachside SC on March 23, while the Under-14s and Under-13s hosted NEFC at Gillette Stadium on March 24.

All five Academy teams will return to action on Sunday, March 31 when they will travel to Queens, N.Y. to face the Academy teams of New York City FC at Belson Stadium.

WEEK HIGHLIGHTS

  • Defender Tyler Freitas (North Attleborough, Mass.—2000) scored his second goal of the week in the U-19s’ 2-2 road draw with Beachside SC in the 17th minute of Saturday’s contest. Freitas spent the winter in preseason training with the first team and has committed to play for the University of Vermont where he will join his brother and fellow Academy product, Justin Freitas.
  • Midfielder Trevor Burns (Southborough, Mass.—2001) also scored his second goal of the week in the U-19s’ 2-2 road draw with Beachside United. Burns played 90 minutes in Saturday’s road test in Stamford, Conn. 
  • Forward Malcolm Fry (Groton, Mass.—2005) tallied a brace in the U-14s’ 5-2 home win over NEFC on Sunday, March 24. Fry opened the game’s scoring with a second-minute strike before adding a second mark in the 18th minute.
  • Goalkeeper Michael Delaney (Halifax, Mass.—2006) recorded a shutout in the U-13s’ 5-0 win over NEFC on Sunday, March 24 at Gillette Stadium. Delaney made four saves in the win.
  • Forward Olger Escobar (Malden, Mass.—2006) notched his second brace of the season after scoring two goals against NEFC in the U-13s’ 5-0 win at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, March 24. 
  • Forward Jordi Tornberg (Revere, Mass.—2006) also tallied his second brace of the spring season after adding two strikes of his own in the U-13s’ 5-0 win over NEFC on Sunday, March 24.  

UNDER-19s

New England Revolution U-19s vs. Beachside SC U-19s
Saturday, March 23, 2019 – Trinity Catholic HS (Stamford, Conn.)
New England Revolution 2, Beachside SC 2

Scoring Summary:
NE – Tyler Freitas (16’)
BSC – Ryan Winkler (31’)                                                   
BSC – Diego Rodriguez (39’)                                                   
NE – Trevor Burns (45’)

New England Revolution: Eliot Jones; Tyler Freitas, Nathan Metsack (Morris Mathews 75’), Dennis Ramirez (Brian Son 65’), Pierre Spiegel; Trevor Burns, Kaoru Fujiwara, Andrew White; Victor Viana (Gustavo Cassemiro 75’), Tico Rivera (Michael Tsicoulias 65’), Josh Machado (Gevork Diarbian 45’)

Substitutes Not Used: Austin Causey

Misconduct Summary:
BSC – Fellipe Dias (Yellow Card) (45’)
NE – Andrew White (Yellow Card) (65’)
BSC – Hassane Diakho (Red Card) (80’)

UNDER-17s

New England Revolution U-17s vs. Beachside SC U-17s
Saturday, March 23, 2019 – Trinity Catholic HS (Stamford, Conn.)
New England Revolution 0, Beachside SC 1

Scoring Summary:     
BSC – Amel Sehic (57’)

New England Revolution: Nick Cardona (Matthew Tibbetts 70’); Zachary Sardi-Santos (Aaron Ramos 68’), Cole Dewhurst (Alessio Chawla 75’), Cole Richardson, Colby Quinones; Samuel White, Ethan Williams (Jonathan Murphy 68’); Oliver Martin, Felipe Vieira (Caleb Williams 60’), Andrew Serafino, Hikaru Fujiwara

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary:
BSC – Giovanni Calderon (Yellow Card) (29’)
BSC – Heyson Argueta (Yellow Card) (30’)
BSC – Liam Coffey (Yellow Card) (87’)

UNDER-15s

New England Revolution U-15s vs. Beachside SC U-15s
Saturday, March 23, 2019 – Trinity Catholic HS (Stamford, Conn.)
New England Revolution 0, Beachside SC 1

Scoring Summary:
BSC – Maximo Rivano (44’)

New England Revolution: Sebastian Pliszka; Leonardo Domingo, Dylan Walsh, Avery Palma; Matteo Gomes (Noel Buck 60’), Dylan Henao, Noel Buck (Colin Hughes 55’), Felipe DeAndrade, T.J. Liquori, Jack Panayotou; Chase Lando (Dave Doirain 60’)

Substitutes Not Used: Matthew Tibbetts

Misconduct Summary:
NE – Dylan Henao (Yellow Card) (52’)

UNDER-14s

New England Revolution U-14s vs. NEFC U-14s
Sunday, March 24, 2019 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) 
New England Revolution 5, NEFC 2

Scoring Summary:
NE – Malcolm Fry (6’)
NE – Malcolm Fry (16’)
NE – Noel Buck (25’)
NE – Marco Dos Santos (35’)
NE – Joseph Buckley (37’)
NEFC – Samson Kpardeh (73’)
NEFC – Raylan Solano (80’)

New England Revolution: Brady Elmblad (Oskar Calderone 50’); Jack Burkhardt, Samuel Carrias, London Timothy, Jack La Belle (Ian Webb-Johnson 40’); Randy Vang, Noel Buck (Tyler Duarte 40’), Marco Dos Santos; Joseph Buckley (Tysinger Alcin 40’), Alex Parvu (Dave Doirain 40’), Malcolm Fry

Substitutes Not Used: None

Misconduct Summary:
None

UNDER-13s

New England Revolution U-13s vs. NEFC U-13s
Sunday, March 24, 2019 – Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.) 
New England Revolution 5, NEFC 0

Scoring Summary:
NE – Olger Escobar (7’)
NE – Hayes Benzan (31’)
NE – Jordi Tornberg (43’)
NE – Olger Escobar (54’)
NE – Jordi Tornberg (56’)

New England Revolution: Michael Delaney; Jacob Dounetos (Zydani Brandao 35’), Daniel Woodward, Henrique Dias, Luke Churchill (Kian Charris 35’); Amir Yahalom (Kevin Medina 35’), Max Jackson (Ryan Viana 35’), Hayes Benzan; Jiovanny Gabriel (Malik Akin 35’), Olger Escobar, Benaiah Hanson (Jordi Tornberg 35’)

Substitutes Not Used: Sebastian Wraga

Misconduct Summary:
None

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