Collegiate Legacy Boston Bolts

Bolts Collegiate Player Legacy

Bolts players have attended many prestigious colleges and universities across the country.

Recent Bolts alums attended Division I programs like Duke, Harvard, Providence, Boston College, Holy Cross and Notre Dame and strong Division II & III programs like Brandeis, Colby, Amherst, Williams and Franklin Pierce. The focus is not only on top level soccer, but academics as well.

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Player Div College Bolts Team
Nick Awada D1 Bryant U19 Academy
Jack Ostrosky D1 Holy Cross U19 Academy
Christian Pulselli D1 Michigan U19 Academy
Jeremy Verley D1 Virginia U19 Academy
Jaren Suttles D1 Providence U19 Academy
Colby Hegarty D1 Northeastern 00/01 ECNL
Jared Cain D1 UMASS Lowell U19 Academy
Sancho Maroto D1 UMASS Lowell 00/01 ECNL
Zergio Zacarias D2 Assumption U19 Academy
Daniel Gutierrez D2 Assumption 00/01 ECNL
Forrest Shimazu D3 Brandeis U19 Academy
Declan Sung D3 Amherst U19 Academy
Sam Keenan D3 Wesleyan 00/01 ECNL
Alex Kovacs D3 Bates 00/01 ECNL
Myles Guerrier D3 Bates 00/01 ECNL
Josh Gans D3 Brandeis 00/01/ECNL
Tony Bozza D3 WPI 00 SNE
Women 2019 Commitments
Felicia Laguerre D2 Southern CT 00 Girls SNE
Kendall Mason D3 Suffolk 00 Girls SNE
Jaime Loynds D3 University of New England 00 Girls SNE
2018 Graduates College
Nicolas Andre Holy Cross
Thomas Browning AIC
Benjamin Bryant Harvard
Jared Bull Bryant
Dylan Curran Providence
Edson Dasilva Lasall
John Davidge Framingham State
Giovanni De Vargas Merrimack
Liam Dorsey Hamilton
Timothy Driscoll Springfield College
Andrei Dumitrescu MIT
Julio Fulcar Syracuse
Matthew Habersaat Hobart
Liam Hanlon Babson
Marcelo  Lage George Washington
Vittorio Luzio Columbia
Nick McGrath Nichols College
Joseph Morrison Vermont
Erik Oddsund Conn College
Henry Osborn Williams
Matthew Rainsford Nichols College
Gunnar Siegel High Point
John Siracuse Boston University
James Swomley Brown
Matthew Uek Bowdoin
Robert West Wentworth
2017 Graduates College
Kyle Archambault Bentley
Rory Conway Harvard
Felipe Cypriano Bryant
Simon Fisher Providence transfer to Colgate
Paul Hawkins Colby
Wilhelm Jacques Jr Duke
Adama Kaba Northeastern
Blaise Marceau Bates
Michael McShane Stonehill
Daniel Milhollen Denison
Edi Mujan Holy Cross
2016 Graduates College
Nick Ainscough Delaware, transfer to UMass Amherst
Andres Amador Assumption
Cristian Baltier University of Rochester
Aidan Carter UMass Boston
Jeremy Cowham MIT
Joseph Cruise Bridgewater State
Jack Doran Duke
Sam Eaton Hobart
Zack Ells Bridgewater State
Alpha Fofanah Franklin Pierce
Edmund Geschickter Roger Williams
Zev Hattis Tufts
William Herman Bowdoin
Cole Kroninger Hamilton
Christian Labeck UMass Amherst
Conor Larkin Villanova
Cormac Lynch-Collier WPI
Jacob Maddox Franklin Pierce transfer to URI
Shams Mohajerani Middlebury
David Murphy Brandeis
Jack Ochs Ithaca
David Perry Lasell
Matt Quick University of Rochester
Brian Salazar Hobart
Daniel Sellars Tufts
Maxwell Shen Molesky California Institute of Technology
James Traficonte Union
2015 Graduates College
Nick Atwood Southern Florida
Aziz Khan Amherst
Colin Berg Sarah Lawrence
Mason Brummett Holy Cross
Nicholas Caruso Eastern CT
Colin Chiakpo Boston University
Patrick Conway University of Rochester
Alex Dano New York University
Rohan Doherty Allegheny
Adam Gibbs Northeastern
Clayton Hafer Holy Cross
John Hackney Elmira
John Hamilton Providence
Eoin Houlihan Holy Cross
Paul Maggazzu Merrimack
Aleksandr Marceau Bates
Michael Milhollen Connecticut College
Francis Muumba Roger Williams
Miles Robinson Syracuse
Kyle Ryan George Mason transfer to UMass Lowell
2014 Graduates College
Alex Ainscough Stanford transfer to Northeastern
Henry Booth Duke
Henry Balf Boston College
Jake Davis UMass Lowell
Christian Hernandez Brandeis
David Price High Point transfer to UVM transfer to Bentley
Harrison Swartz Northeastern
Chase Townsend Providence
Eric Udelson Boston University
2013 Graduates College
Mac Steeves Providence
Harrison Balder Northeastern
Nate Pomeroy Brown
Ty Goncalves Holy Cross transfer to UMass Amherst
Marc Greenblatt Northeastern
Scott Greenwood Tufts
Michael Kaye Union
Jamie Bailey Wheaton
2012 Graduates College
Marco Addonizio Bryant
Josh Hacunda Brandeis
Pablo Espinola Yale
Jack Blatchford URI transfer to Bentley
Marcus Micheletti URI
Jay Marchand UMass Amherst transfer to UMass Lowell
Chris Murray WPI
Victor Parra San Jose State
Ryan Simpson Yale
Adrian Reifsnyder Wesleyan
Dan Vogel Colby
Justin Kody Quinnipiac
2011 Graduates College
Marcos Ugarte Providence transfer to Michigan
Keady Segel Boston College
Rob Bialy Providence
Thom Ballenthin Providence
Andres Burbank-Crump Amherst
Tom Wampler Franklin Pierce transfer to Providence
Cam McGrory Catholic
Mike Difronzo Boston College
Luke Finkelstein Wheaton
Jason Katz Trinity
Robert Lynch Brandeis
Tebs Maqubela Boston College
Jon Stronach Colby
Diego Medina-Mendez Boston College
Oliver Davis Babson
Michael Miele Tufts
Jonathan Mendoza St. Lawrence
Teddy Rounds USC
Phil DiTullio Elon
Tim Marchese Williams College
Andrew Woonton Colby
Brian Woonton College of Charleston/Colby
John Miller Bucknell
Matheus Goncalves Drexel
2010 Graduates College
Will Donovan Duke
Hamadi Cantave Northeastern
Ciaran Nugent Lehigh
Chris Pettiglio Davidson
TJ Van Riper Loyola (MD)
Leon Brown Notre Dame
Cam Stoker Boston College
David Scorpio Providence College
Gareth Dudney Franklin Pierce
Delano Brown Richmond University (London)
Chris Pratt Colby
Brendan Caslin Amherst
David Robinson Haverford
Keaghan Kelly Hobart
Nick Vozzella Union
Dylan Cowley Colby
Jarrett Weaner Messiah
Jeff MacDonald Roger Williams
Colin Coughlan Trinity
Joseph Abrantes Tufts
Steve Salazar Brandeis
Zack Hathaway Richmond University (London)
2009 Graduates College
Owen Fox Harvard
Scott Prozeller Harvard
Charlie Rugg Boston College
Tumi Gugushe Boston College
George Hodge Providence
Joey Hattis Lafayette
Josh Danesh Northeastern/Babson
Sam Kelley Franklin Pierce
Sean Fitzgerald Franklin Pierce
Harold Salinas Brandeis
Christian Rodriguez Southern New Hampshire
James Smith Kenyon
2008 Graduates College
Michael Burke George Washington
Stephen Halvatzes UNH
Arthur Harris Dartmouth
Jay Hayward Brown
Bradley Hilton UNH
David Masterman Amherst
Robert McLarney Rutgers
Ryan Ruffing Duke
Theo Terris George Washington
Jan Trnka-Amrhein Duke
Sheanon Williams North Carolina

Providence College

Former Bolts coach and players reach the NCAA Division 1 Final Four College Cup 

Former U18 Academy Coach, Craig Stewart, led his Providence College team to a very successful 2014 season.
The Friars made it to the NCAA Final Four where they lost to UCLA 3-2 in double overtime.

  • NCAA Division I Final Four (first time in program history)
  • Big East Tournament Champions (first time in program history)
  • Mac Steeves scored both goals in Semi-Final & named NCAA Division I Tournament Offensive MVP.  First time in 31 years this award has gone to a player in the Semi-Final game.
  • Tom Ballenthin had 4 assists including 3 in the NCAA tournament (1 v. Michigan State; 2 v. UCLA)
  • Rob Bialy had 3 assists
  • Coach Craig Stewart former Bolts U18 Academy coach finished 16-5-2 (most wins in program history)

Tufts University:

Former U18 Bolts players shine as they win the D3 National Championship

  • NCAA Division III Champion (First time in program history)
  • Peter Lee-Kramer scored goal in Championship game
  • Scott Greenwood named NCAA Division III Defensive MVP of the Tournament
  • Michael Miele was a major contributor in 18 games for the Jumbos

Bolts Alumni  Fall, 2013

Leon Brown scores in final and Notre Dame Wins National Championship 

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Chris Tierney: 

Santander Man of the Match 

The longest-tenured Revolution player, Tierney equalized for New England v. LA Galaxy in the 79th minute,
tying the score at 1-1 which helped the Revs force extra time.

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Charlie Davies:

New England Revolution’s MLS Cup run inspired by Charlie Davies comeback:
We rally around him

Charlie Davies scored a brace against the New York Red Bulls to win the Eastern Conference finals and head to the MLS Cup final. He has become an integral part of the attack.

Will Packwood (Birmingham City) – Great story about Will’s road to recovery in England:
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Sheanon Williams (Philadelphia Union)  – Named MLS Best XI 2nd team by Soccer By Ives.

Jay Heaps (Revolution) – Head coach for the Revolution. Led the team to the MLS Cup Finals.

Luke Finkelstein (Ramat Gan FC) – Finkelstein played at Wheaton College then went professional to Isreal:
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Bolts Alum, Sheanon Williams: 24 Under 24

Despite his age, Williams has emerged as one of the Unions team leaders, doing it by
example on the field. His tireless runs up and down the right flank and his willingness to
play wherever hes asked are the most outward signs of his commitment to the team.
After a turbulent start to his life as a pro, Williams has been hell-bent on not letting the
opportunity with the Union slip by, and he was rewarded by the club with a new long-term contract
to start the year. The Union expect him to be a pillar for years to come.

What the coaches like: “Sheanon’s the new-age right back. A guy that can go from 18 to 18 and run for days … He’s a competitive kid”
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Alumni in the Pros

Name Current Team Previous Teams
Charlie Davies NE Revolution; retired 2017 DC United/FC Sauchax/US Men’s National Team/Boston College
Jay Heaps GM Birmingham United USL US Men’s National Team/NE Revolution/Duke University
Mac Steeves Houston Dynamo MLS; USL Hartford Athletic Providence College
Mike Fucito San Jose Earthquakes MLS; retired 2018 Seattle Sounders MLS/Harvard University
Chris Tierney NE Revolution MLS; retired Nov, 2018 University of Virginia
Miles Robinson Atlanta United MLS & USMNT Syracuse University
Aaron Maund Vancouver Whitecaps MLS, USL Charlotte Independence Toronto FC/Real Salt Lake
Will Packwood US Men’s National Team U23s Birmingham City (England)/US Men’s National Team U17
Sam Brill Austin Aztex (USSF Div 2) Boston College
Scott Prozeller Harvard University/US Men’s National Team U17/Milk Cup
Luke Finkelstein Ramat Gan FC Wheaton College

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