July 20, 2016
Revolution's Herivaux named to Haiti, MLS teams
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Revolution midfielder Zachary Herivaux has been called up by the Haitian National Team and also named to the Chipotle MLS Homegrown Team roster.
Herivaux has been named to the Haiti team for a match against the Argentina Olympic Team in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on July 24. The MLS Homegrown Team will face the Mexican Under-20 national team on at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday, July 27.
Herivaux, set to play for the Revolution against the Philadelpha Union in a U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal match Wednesday night, will join Haiti July 21.
This will Herivauxís first call up to the Haitian senior squad. He represented Les Grenadiers at the 2015 CONCACAF U-20 Championship, appearing in all five of the teamís matches, making three starts.
Herivaux, 20, has appeared in three matches in all competitions, scoring once, for the Revolution this season. He made his first professional start and scored his first professional goal in New Englandís 1-0 win over the Carolina RailHawks in a fourth round U.S. Open Cup game June 15. His 103rd-minute goal from distance was the latest game winner in team history. Herivaux made his MLS debut against the Philadelphia Union, entering the match as a substitute and playing three minutes, March 20.
Herivaux signed his first professional contract on May 2, 2015. He captained the Revolution Academy U-18 team for two seasons and was named the inaugural UnitedHealthcare Youth Player of the Year in 2014. He spent four seasons with the Revolution Academy, making 92 appearances (82 starts) with the U-16 and U-18 teams. Herivaux was born in Osaka, Japan, and grew up in Brookline.