Soccer star excels for University of Cincinnati men's soccer team.
Cole De Normandie
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Under-18 youth team ends postseason with a 2-2 draw with Internationals.
FRISCO, Texas – The New England Revolution Under-18s played their third and final game of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Showcase on Monday, earning a 2-2 draw against the Internationals. With the result, the U18s finished the event with a 1-1-1 record. New England took control of the game early on, striking first in the fifth minute. Bryan DaSilva (Milford, Mass.) played Fabio Machado, Jr. (Leominster, Mass.), who fired a shot across the Internationals’ goalkeeper and inside the far post. Machado’s Showcase output totaled two goals and four assists. The Revs continued to create chances throughout the first half, but a 29th-minute own goal leveled the score before halftime. A second own goal in the 73rd minute against the run of play …
Monday, June 27, 2011
Former Warriors star tallies game-winning goal against Chargers.
FRISCO, Texas – The New England Revolution’s Under-18 team played its first game of the U.S. Soccer Development Showcase on Friday, coming back from a two-goal deficit to earn a 3-2 victory against the Clearwater Chargers at Pizza Hut Park. Early mental lapses sent the U18s into halftime facing a two-goal deficit, but a re-energized Revolution squad began staging a comeback early in the second half. The Revs earned a corner kick in the 53rd minute, taken by Fabio Machado, Jr. (Leominster, Mass.). Sean MacDonald (Candia, N.H.) got a head on the service at the far post and found the back of the net to make it 2-1. Tanor Jobe (Uxbridge, Mass.) then entered the match as a substitute in the 64th minute and made a near immediate impact. Again …
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Forward scores twice in draw, now tied for team lead.
The New England Revolution’s Under-18 team played two matches at Durfee High School in Fall River last weekend, facing Empire United on Saturday before playing Seacoast United on Sunday. The youth squads came out of the weekend with a combined record of 1-1-2. UNDER-18s The Under-18s battled first-place Empire United to a 3-3 draw on Saturday in the teams’ second and final meeting during the 2010-11 season. Cole Denormandie (Lincoln, Mass.) put the Revs ahead in the 35th minute, assisted by Fabio Machado, Jr. (Leominster, Mass.), who helped spring a counter-attack. A lengthy series of passes led to a second New England goal in the 42nd minute. Defender Colin Sweeney (Southborough, Mass.) received the ball from the left side of the field, …
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
U18s and U16s sweep division opponents.
The New England Revolution Under-18s and Under-16s went a combined 4-0-0 last weekend and both teams moved up in the Northeast Division standings in the U.S. Soccer Development League. Each team played two matches, taking on South Central Premier in Hopkinton on Saturday before returning to Gillette Stadium to meet Oakwood Soccer Club on Sunday. UNDER-18s The Under-18s earned a 4-1 victory against South Central Premier on Saturday in the first of the teams’ two meetings during the 2010-11 season. Cole Denormandie (Lincoln, Mass.) scored his seventh goal of the season in the 21st minute, assisted by Cameron Bielski (Dover, Mass.). The Revs then doubled the lead right before halftime, when Fabio Machado, Jr. (Leominster, Mass.) finished a …
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Warriors great tallies fifth goal of the season.
The New England Revolution Under-18 team played two matches in New Jersey over the weekend against Players Development Academy and the New York Red Bulls, both of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s Liberty Division. The youth squad came out of the weekend with a combined record of 0-2-2. The Under-18s dropped a 2-1 decision to Players Development Academy on Saturday. An 18th-minute goal gave PDA the early lead, which held through to the final 10 minutes of the match. Cole Denormandie (Lincoln, Mass.) – assisted by Felipe Fagundes (Lowell, Mass.) – knotted the game with his fifth goal of the season in the 81st minute, but the Revs were unable to hold on. PDA scored the game-winner in the 87th minute, handing the Revs the first of two …
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Former Warriors great scores key goal in victory over Met Oval.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution Under-18 team played two matches in New York on Saturday and Sunday against Met Oval and Cosmos Academy East, both of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s Liberty Division, and came out of the weekend with a 1-0-1 mark. The Under-18s kicked off the weekend with a convincing 5-2 win over Met Oval on Saturday. An 18th-minute goal by Cole Denormandie (Lincoln, Mass.) – assisted by Cameron Bielski (Dover, Mass.) – gave the Revs the lead, which they then doubled in the 35th minute. The goal came as the result of a Bielski corner kick, which Matthew Keys (Norfolk, Mass.) was able to corral before Adrian Reifsnyder (Newton, Mass.) registered his first goal of the season. Met Oval leveled the score …
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Revolution youth preparing for second year in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Lincoln-Sudbury great Cole Denormandie is set to continue his second season as a member of the New England Revolution youth development program on Saturday, March 5, at Gillette Stadium. During the 2009-10 season with the Revolution Under-16 team, Denormandie made 28 appearances – including 25 starts – as a midfielder. Finishing the regular season with a 14-7-8 record, the Revs advanced to the U.S. Soccer Development Academy playoffs in Browns Summit, N.C. Naturally a forward, the Lincoln native was frequently deployed on the wings for the Revolution. And despite his new position, Denormandie scored 10 goals and registered three assists. His ninth and 10th goals came at a pivotal time, in the final game of the playoffs …
Friday, February 11, 2011
Revolution youth player to pursue college soccer career at Cincinnati.
New England Revolution Under-18 and Lincoln-Sudbury star Cole DeNormandie has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend and play soccer for University of Cincinnati. DeNormandie is one of six Revolution youth players to make college commitments this year, with more expected to announce their decisions this spring. “We are very proud that our players have reached decisions as to where to attend college as they prepare for the next phase of their soccer careers,” said Revolution Director of Youth Development Bryan Scales. “They are terrific young men and I expect that they will make a positive impact at these universities, both on and off the soccer field.” DeNormandie earned high school All-American and All-Region I (New England) …
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Lincoln-Sudbury misses three penalty kicks, allowing Brookline to advance to the secional semifinals.
There were players on the sideline with cramped muscles while others were simply gasping for air, trying to dig for one last ounce of energy. After 40 minutes of regulation and two overtime periods Wednesday afternoon, it was obvious that host Lincoln-Sudbury and the Brookline boys soccer teams had given everything they had in their Division 1 North Sectional quarterfinal match. But when L-S junior midfielder Chris Kafina's penalty kick, the team's fourth against Brookline's Matt Hillman in the penalty kick round, sailed over the net giving Brookline the win, every player on the Brookline bench, with their blond-dyed mohawks, found the strength to sprint on to the field to celebrate in a massive pig pile inside the 18-yard box. "So much …