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Boston Herald Jul 5, 2015
Revolution Notebook: Revs torn up in Texas heat

Revolution Notebook: Revs torn up in Texas heat

FRISCO, Texas — Loud, earth-shattering pops rumbled through the Revolution locker room. Those post-match fireworks tempted a season-high crowd into Toyota Stadium to revel in FC Dallas’ 3-0 victory last night. They also wrapped the night with the perfect sort of bow, unless you had to sit there and listen to them while processing a fifth loss in six matches.
Boston Herald Jul 4, 2015

Revs look to stop slide at FC Dallas

FOXBORO — As Revolution coach Jay Heaps was concluding his postgame remarks in the wake of last Saturday’s disappointing 2-1 loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, he said: “These are the times when you have to stick to your process.”That defeat, which came with the Revs playing much of the game undermanned after defender Andrew Farrell received a red-card ejection for “denying a scoring opportunity,” ended the team’s 17-game (11-0-6) home unbeaten streak.
Boston Herald Jun 28, 2015
Rev's run at Gillette ends

Rev's run at Gillette ends

FOXBORO — The Revolution’s team-record 17-match home unbeaten streak fell by the wayside last night, as Western Conference co-leader Vancouver converted a turnover for one goal and then gained the game-winner off a penalty kick to defeat the hosts, 2-1, in front of a Gillette Stadium crowd of 16,017.
Boston Herald Jun 27, 2015

Whitecaps snap New England's 17-game home streak, 2-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Octavio Rivero scored on a penalty kick in the 31st minute and the Vancouver Whitecaps snapped the New England Revolution's 17-game home unbeaten streak with a 2-1 victory Saturday night.The West-leading Whitecaps have won an MLS-best six road games through the first half of the season.New England has lost three straight. It was coming off back-to-back 2-1 losses at Washington and Columbus.
Boston Herald Jun 27, 2015

Revolution tired but hungry

FOXBORO — Wrapping up a grueling slate of five games in 15 days, the Revolution brain trust will be equally focused on monitoring minutes and manpower as much as looking to secure a much-needed three points when the team hosts the Vancouver Whitecaps tonight at Gillette Stadium.
Boston Herald Jun 25, 2015

Revs lose 2-1 to Crew

COLUMBUS, Ohio — MLS scoring leader Kei Kamara had two goals and the Columbus Crew snapped a six-game winless streak with a 2-1 comeback victory over the New England Revolution on Wednesday night.Columbus (5-6-5) avenged last season's conference semifinal 7-3 aggregate loss to New England (6-6-6), which has lost four straight on the road and nine of its last ten games.Kamara scored the winner with his heal in the 50th minute for his 12th goal of the season.
Boston Herald Jun 24, 2015

Hello, Columbus: Revolution seek rebound

The one silver lining in the Revs’ tough loss Sunday is that they don’t have to wait long to get back at it.The Revolution (6-5-6) take on Columbus Crew SC (4-6-5) tonight at Mapfre Stadium after dropping a 2-1 decision to DC United three days ago.The Revs lost ground to first-place D.C. United (31 points) but remained in second in the Eastern Conference, four points ahead of Orlando FC.
Boston Herald Jun 21, 2015

Rolfe scores twice late in United's 2-1 comeback over Revs

WASHINGTON — Chris Rolfe scored two second-half goals within 11 minutes, and D.C. United came from behind to beat the New England Revolution 2-1 on Sunday.Rolfe smashed a volley into the top of the net for the tying goal in the 70th minute. Fabian Espindola's service from the right flank floated just over the leaping defender Teal Bunbury's head to find Rolfe's right foot.
Boston Herald Jun 21, 2015
Steve Neumann, Revolution face stiff test

Steve Neumann, Revolution face stiff test

Foxboro — One of the bright lights from Wednesday night’s disappointing 1-0 loss to the Charlotte Independence in a fourth-round U.S. Open Cup match at Harvard’s Soldiers Field was Steve Neumann, who played the full 90 minutes, plus four minutes of added time.
Boston Herald Jun 18, 2015

Second-half goal leaves Revolution flummoxed

The first meeting between the Revolution and the Charlotte Independence didn’t go as planned as the underdog visitors used a goal by Jorge Herrera in the 54th minute to stun the hosts, 1-0, in the U.S. Open Cup matchup at Harvard’s Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium.“We were good at times but our chemistry needs to be better and their chemistry was really strong,” Revs coach Jay Heaps said. “The second half we started to put more pressure on them and I felt there was a goal in there.’’
Boston Herald Jun 17, 2015
Homegrown Herivaux to make Revs debut

Homegrown Herivaux to make Revs debut

FOXBORO — There is little doubt that while the Revolution’s return to MLS Cup last season was owed to the infusion of experienced players, many with international gravitas, the run also could not have been accomplished without the emergence of homegrown players like Diego Fagundez, 20, of Leominster and Scott Caldwell, 24, of Braintree.
Boston Herald Jun 14, 2015

MLS roundup: Diego Fagundez leads NE Revolution past Chicago Fire

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Diego Fagundez scored from the top of the penalty area and the New England Revolution got goals two minutes apart to start the second half in beating the Chicago Fire 2-0 Saturday night.New England is unbeaten in its last 19 MLS home games, but the win is the first for New England (6-4-6) in its past seven games. With the victory New England trails Eastern Conference leader DC United by four points.
Boston Herald Jun 14, 2015
Diego Fagundez dazzles in Revs win

Diego Fagundez dazzles in Revs win

FOXBORO — The die was cast for Diego Fagundez to reach an MLS milestone last night, and the youngster delivered in fine fashion as he and strike partner Charlie Davies connected less than two minutes apart early in the second half to spark the Revolution to a much-needed 2-0 win over Chicago Fire.Fagundez and Davies scored in the 48th and 50th minute, respectively, to send the Gillette Stadium crowd of 15,775 home happy and end their six-game winless streak (0-2-4). The victory also extended the Revs’ club-record home unbeaten streak to 17 games (11-0-6).
Boston Herald Jun 13, 2015
Revolution look to stretch Gillette streak

Revolution look to stretch Gillette streak

FOXBORO — The Revolution practice yesterday was short but not so sweet, as up-tempo remained the calling card for the Foxboro lads who look to gain three valuable points when the Chicago Fire visit Gillette Stadium tonight (7:30).

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