The roster's newest recruit, Malcolm Dixon, made the bench for the game.
Watched by RBNY Sporting Director, Denis Hamlett, the U-23s took the lead in the first half through Brian White.
It was White's second goal in as many games for the team this season.
RBNY's second arrived early in the second half.
The U-23s held out for the 2-0 win. The official box score credits RBNY 'keeper Benjamin Lundgaard with five saves, suggesting there was some work to be done to secure three points. Despite 14 shots from the Red Bulls, Jersey Express 'keeper Daniel Vitiello recorded only one save, per the game's statistics.
Still, a clean sheet, another win, and an active - if not exceptionally accurate - game in the final third should leave RBNY's U-23s satisfied with their work.
Next up, the U-23s play Ocean City Nor'easters: the only other unbeaten team in the Mid Atlantic Division of PDL's Eastern Conference. It will be RBNY's third consecutive home game of the new PDL season. Kick-off is at 7:00 pm on Saturday, May 27, at the Red Bull Training Facility. Admission is free.