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RECAP New York Red Bulls U23s drop match to Baltimore Bohemians

Second loss in a row.

Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Red Bulls U23s dropped their second match of the year, losing to the Baltimore Bohemians, 2-1, at the Red Bull Training Facility.

The U23s gave up a goal in the 13th minute after Malcolm Harris played a one-two with Jordan Becker. The Baby Bulls tied the match in the 45th minute after Alex Tejera (Red Bulls Academy/Siena) headed in a Kevin Politz (Red Bulls Academy/Wake Forest) cross for his third goal of the season. Unfortunately, the visiting Bohemians scored the game winner in the 80th minute thanks to a Shawn Geary goal off a Michael Scott assist.

Goalkeeper Evan Louro (Red Bulls Academy/Michigan) made five saves. The Red Bulls out-shot the Bohemians, 15-7.

(Thank you to the Bohemians Live Twitter account and Sonya Kondratenko for the match updates.)


Lineup: Steven Echevarria, Christopher Lema, Sean Sheridan, Brian White, Antonio Matarazzo, Kevin Politz, Billy Stevens, Zach Knudson, Jared Stroud, Alex Tejera, Evan Louro

Subs: Joseph Swenson, Joe Farrell

Unused Subs: Christopher Thorsheim, Michael Lansing, Joe Ohaus


The Baby Bulls fall in the Mid Atlantic Division standings to third place. The top two teams make the playoffs.

The New York Red Bulls U23s' next match is Saturday, June 6th against the Lehigh Valley United Sonic at the Whitehall H.S. Soccer Stadium in Whitehall, New Jersey. The U23s previously defeated Lehigh Valley, 2-1, on May 24th.

Will the U23s end their losing streak and reassert their control over amateur soccer?