History

New England Revolution 2011

Record
5 W, 16 L, 13 T

Result
9th, Eastern Conference

Team Leaders
Shalrie Joseph, 8 G
Benny Feilhaber, 7 A
Matt Reis, 1.59 GAA
Matt Reis, 111 SVS

Complete 2011 stats

Coach
Steve Nicol

Stadium
Gillette Stadium

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The Revolution missed the MLS Cup Playoffs for the second year in a row following a season in which the squad’s five-win total set a new club low. Shalrie Joseph continued to set the scoring pace for the team with a team-high eight goals, but it was newcomers Rajko Lekic (six goals, one assist), Benny Feilhaber (four goals, team-high seven assists) and the club’s first-ever Homegrown player – 16-year old Diego Fagundez (two goals, one assist) – who made headlines after joining the team. Additionally, the team added its first-ever Designated Player in Argentine striker Milton Caraglio (three goals, two assists in 12 games). Despite positive contributions from the team’s newer players, the Revs finished tied for last in MLS with 28 points, and last in the Eastern Conference. Following the season, head coach Steve Nicol parted ways with the team, ending his MLS-record 10-year run with the club as he departed with 301 games under his belt as head coach.