Nicholas Casale is a Western Massachusetts native and an undergraduate student at Umass Amherst studying the fine arts of late night dining, science-fiction, Netflix navigation, and philosophy. He has been an avid fan and admirer of the beautiful game for 20 years and recently realized that writing about it can be just as fun as playing.
The Revs' goal for 2015 will be reaching another MLS Cup Final, but if they're going to get there, they need to sign some quality up front.
Kelyn Rowe is a dynamic attacking player, but Kevin Alston is a lock-down defender who allows Chris Tierney more freedom to operate in the final third. Does that make him the best starting option on Sunday?
The Revs won their first game ever at Red Bull Arena, and it couldn't have come at a better time. The staff weighs in on each players individual performance.
Teal Bunbury has been a revelation since joining the Revolution over the summer and the wide-man delivered again this weekend
Standing in the way of an MLS final are two guys named Bradley Wright Phillips and Thierry Henry... Who are both really, really good.
Jose Gonsalves was hands down the best MLS defender last year, but this season has hit a rough patch. What role does he play in the postseason?
A first half eruption from the Dayton Flyers was enough to send the Minutemen to their tenth loss of the season.
UMass nearly walked away with 3 points when it took on Hartford, but ultimately fell to the Hawks in overtime.