March, 1, the New England Revolution signed Supplemental Draft pick Gabe Latigue, a midfielder out of Elon University. The Revolution drafted Latigue in the fourth round (61st overall) in the 2013 supplemental draft.
“Gabe did well for himself during preseason training and earned his spot on our roster,” Revolution General Manager Michael Burns said. “He has shown he can fit in on either side of the midfield and has talent on set pieces.”
Latigue, 22, scored 15 goals and added 17 assists in 82 games played over four seasons at Elon University. In 2012, the Apex, N.C., product earned NSCAA second-team All-South Region and second-team All-Southern Conference honors. He finished third on the team in goals (5) and second in assists (6). He also earned 2012 Southern Conference Tournament Most Outstanding Player honors.
Following a bye week in the first weekend of Major League Soccer's 2013 season. The Revolution open their season on Saturday, March 9, on the road against the Chicago Fire, televised on NBC Sports Network. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET.