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Revolution Academy Update: June 6, 2019

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Academy concluded its spring season last weekend as all five teams played matches at Medway High School in Medway, Mass. The Under-19s, Under-17s, Under-15s, Under-14s, and Under-13s all faced FC Westchester on Saturday, June 1.

After its 5-2 victory over FC Westchester this past weekend, the Under-19s claimed the 2018-19 Northeast Division title and have qualified for the USSDA Academy Playoffs in Oceanside, Calif. beginning June 17. The Revs are the top seed in Group A, placed alongside fellow MLS Academy New York Red Bulls, as well as St. Louis FC and Real Colorado. This is the third consecutive year the U-19s have qualified for a USSDA playoff spot and the team’s second Northeast Division title in three years.

In Academy alumni news, New England Revolution Homegrown Player Justin Rennicks (South Hamilton, Mass.) scored the game-winning goal for the United States Under-20 Men's National Team in its FIFA U-20 World Cup Round of 16 win against France on Tuesday afternoon (WATCH). Rennicks entered the match as a substitute in the 63rd minute and slotted in a rebound in the 83rd minute, helping lift the Americans into the Quarterfinal, where they will face Ecuador this Saturday at 11:30 a.m. ET. Additionally, earlier this week, six Revolution Academy players recently announced their NCAA Division-1 college commitments.

For more information about the New England Revolution’s youth teams and Revolution Academy programming, please visit revolutionsoccer.net/academy.


  • Midfielder Victor Viana (South Dennis, Mass.—2001) started and registered a brace in 55 minutes of action in the U-19s’ 5-2 victory over FC Westchester on Saturday, June 1 in Medway. Viana’s two goals helped lead the team to its second Northeast Division title in three years.  
  • Forward Malcolm Fry (Groton, Mass.—2005) recorded a hat trick this past weekend in the U-14s’ 5-1 win over FC Westchester. Fry has 13 goals in just nine games played this season. 
  • Forward Austin Bush (Southampton, Mass.—2004) scored two goals just two minutes apart from one another in the U-15’s 3-0 shutout win over FC Westchester.   
  • Goalkeeper Sebastian Pliszka (Newington, Conn.—2004) started in net for the U-15s and provided the team with a shutout performance in its 3-0 victory over FC Westchester.
  • Forward Benaiah Hanson (Loudon, N.H.—2006) scored a goal in the U-13s’ 3-0 win over FC Westchester last Saturday. Hanson now has 14 goals in 18 appearances this season. 
  • Goalkeepers Michael Delaney (Halifax, Mass.—2006) and Sebastian Wraga (Springfield, Mass.—2006) teamed up to provide a combined shutout in the U-13s’ 3-0 win over FC Westchester.


New England Revolution U-19s vs. FC Westchester U-19s

Saturday, June 1, 2019 – Medway High School (Medway, Mass.) 

New England Revolution 5, FC Westchester 2

Scoring Summary:

NE – Victor Viana (5’)

NE – Victor Viana (17’)                                             

NE – Tico Rivera (32’)

FCW – Zachary Kornblum (54’)

FCW – Nicholas Toledo (56’)

NE – Hikaru Fujiwara (65’)                                                                                                         

NE – Josh Machado (83’)                                                                                                         

New England Revolution: Austin Causey; Nathan Metsack, Dennis Ramirez, Colby Quinones, Pierre Spiegel; Hikaru Fujiwara, Morris Matthews; Victor Viana (Michael Tsicoulias 55’), Kaoru Fujiwara (Gevork Diarbian 55’), Tico Rivera (Josh Machado HT), Andrew White (Gustavo Cassemiro HT)

Substitutes Not Used: Marco Saborio-Perez, Tyler Freitas

Misconduct Summary:

FCW – Eddy Vargas (Yellow Card) (10’)

FCW – Tyler Harp (Yellow Card) (30’)


New England Revolution U-17s vs. FC Westchester U-17s

Saturday, June 1, 2019 – Medway High School (Medway, Mass.) 

New England Revolution 2, FC Westchester 4

Scoring Summary:      

NE – Oliver Martin (18’)

FCW – Petro Klishch (33’)                                                    

FCW – Jonathan Seidman (70’)      

NE – Samuel White (75’)

FCW – Dion Ahmetaj (82’)      

FCW – Dion Ahmetaj (90’)                                           


New England Revolution: Matthew Tibbetts; Cole Richardson, Alessio Chawla, Caleb Williams (Avery Palma 38’), Aaron Ramos (Jonathan Murphy 60’); Samuel White, Ethan Williams, Diego Souza (T.J. Liquori 70’); Andrew Serafino, Felipe Vieira (Ronilson Mendes 60’), Oliver Martin

Substitutes Not Used: Nick Cardona

Misconduct Summary:

NE – Caleb Williams (Yellow Card) (25’)

FCW – Ivo Pasa (Yellow Card) (60’)

NE – Oliver Martin (Yellow Card) (70’)


New England Revolution U-15s vs. FC Westchester U-15s

Saturday, June 1, 2019 – Medway High School (Medway, Mass.) 

New England Revolution 3, FC Westchester 0

Scoring Summary:

NE – Colin Hughes (3’)

NE – Austin Bush (56’)

NE – Noel Buck (58’)

New England Revolution: Sebastian Pliszka; Leonardo Domingo (Felipe DeAndrade 62’), Alexander Kuzmich, Dylan Walsh; Rainer Chai (Dave Doirain 48’), Jack Panayotou, Colin Hughes (Chance Therrien 48’), Noel Buck, Matteo Gomes, Dylan Henao; Austin Bush (Chase Lando 62’)

Substitutes Not Used: Matthew Tibbetts

Misconduct Summary:

NE – Colin Hughes (Yellow Card) (48’)

FCW – Nathaniel Dyott (Yellow Card) (55’)


New England Revolution U-14s vs. FC Westchester U-14s

Saturday, June 1, 2019 – Medway High School (Medway, Mass.) 

New England Revolution 5, FC Westchester 1

Scoring Summary:

NE – Malcolm Fry (8’)

FCW – Xavier Canfin (17’)

NE – Tyler Duarte (27’)

NE – Malcolm Fry (30’)

NE – Tyler Duarte (68’)

NE – Malcolm Fry (75’)

New England Revolution: Oskar Calderone; Jack LaBelle, Samuel Carrias, London Timothy, Alex Parvu; Randy Vang, Marco Dos Santos, Oscar Martinez; Joe Buckley, Malcolm Fry, Tyler Duarte

Substitutes Used: Brady Elmblad, Quinn Pappendick, Jack Burkhardt, Tysinger Alcin, Ian Webb-Johnson

Misconduct Summary:



New England Revolution U-13s vs. FC Westchester U-13s

Saturday, June 1, 2019 – Medway High School (Medway, Mass.) 

New England Revolution 3, FC Westchester 0

Scoring Summary:

NE – Jordi Tornberg (13’)

NE – Benaiah Hanson (39’)

NE – Hayes Benzan (46’)

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

Misconduct Summary: