FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – New England Revolution II have signed goalkeeper Keegan Meyer to the team’s USL League One roster pending league and federation approval. Meyer, the 11th player signed to the Revolution II roster, was selected by the Revolution with the 43rd-overall pick in the 2020 MLS SuperDraft.
Meyer, 22, embarks on his professional career with Revolution II after starting all four seasons during his college career at High Point University. The six-foot-three goalkeeper totaled 74 appearances and set a program record with 27 shutouts. He finished his Panthers career with three straight All-Big South First Team honors, as well as two USC All-Region selections. As a redshirt senior last fall, Meyer played every minute of the Panthers’ 20 matches, posting a 13-7 record with seven shutouts, 75 saves, and a .743 save percentage.
The Silver Spring, Md. native enjoyed a breakout campaign as a redshirt junior, posting a 13-3-2 record, seven shutouts, and a conference-best 0.997 goals against average. Meyer recorded a career-high eight shutouts as a redshirt sophomore. He played high school soccer at the esteemed DeMatha High School in Maryland, finishing his career with a 0.24 goals against average, and played club soccer with the Baltimore Celtics
The Revolution II roster now stands at 11 players with the addition of Meyer, the first goalkeeper signed by the team. That list includes former Revolution Academy forward Meny Silva and Academy graduate Nick Woodruff. Midfielder Mayele Malango, forward Connor Presley, defender Collin Verfurth, and Woodruff became the first Revolution II players signed to the team on Jan. 7. The club added four additional players on Jan. 16, signing midfielder Lucas “Maciel” Felix, defender Ryo Shimazaki, forward Orlando Sinclair, and midfielder Ryan Spaulding, and most recently signed former Providence College midfielder Tiago Mendonca.
Revolution II’s inaugural 28-game regular season begins on Saturday, March 28 with a home match against Orlando City B.
TRANSACTION: New England Revolution II sign goalkeeper Keegan Meyer pending league and federation approval on Feb. 10, 2020.
Hometown: Silver Spring, Md.
Date of Birth: 03/10/1997 (Silver Spring, Md.)
Nationality: United States
College: High Point
How Acquired: Selected in the second round (43rd overall) of the 2020 MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 9, 2020.