The New England Revolution have loaned Isaac Angking to the Charlotte Independence of the USL Championship. The midfielder is expected to be on loan for the remainder of the season, though he can be recalled at any time.
Angking, 19, became the Revolution’s fourth-ever Homegrown Player in January 2018. His rookie year was derailed by a medical emergency, though he was able to make his debut on Sept. 5, 2018 when he entered as a substitute in a 1-0 win over New York City FC. In sum, he’s made three MLS appearances in his two years as a professional.
Before that, Angking was a member of the Revs Academy, joining before the 2013-14 season. He’s amassed 28 goals and 18 assists in 81 appearances (67 starts) for the Academy.
He’s also represented his country at the youth level, playing at various age groups for the U.S. Youth National Team. He most recently featured at the 2018 Concacaf Under-20 Championship.
This is the latest loan that the Revolution have announced as fellow Homegrown product Justin Rennicks was sent to North Carolina FC on Thursday. Zachary Herivaux and Brian Wright have both been with Birmingham FC for the bulk of the season.