Zachary Herivaux is back with the New England Revolution after a two-game loan stint with San Antonio FC (USL).
Herivaux, 21, was sent to San Antonio on April 19 on a loan of undetermined length. The midfielder made his USL debut seven days later, playing 90 minutes on the right flank against Seattle Sounders II. San Antonio would win that game 3-2
On April 28, Herivaux came on as a 84th minute sub against Portland Timbers 2 and scored the third goal of the game in stoppage time. The final result that night was 4-0 in favor of San Antonio.
Now that he’s instilled fear in everyone that lives in Cascadia (or at least those who follow the region’s second-tier teams), Herivaux has returned to the Revs.
Herivaux signed as a Revolution Homegrown in May 2015. Since then he has collected 38 minutes in five MLS games. Last year he played an important role in the Revs’ U.S. Open Cup run, as he appeared in all four of the team’s wins. His most notable contribution came against Carolina Railhawks FC when he scored the game-winner in stoppage time.