Scott Caldwell

Scott Caldwell
Scott Caldwell
Scott Caldwell
Real Name: Scott Caldwell
HT: 5' 8" WT: 150
Age: 29 (03/15/1991)
Birthplace: Braintree, MA
Hometown: Braintree, MA

Professional: Homegrown signing by New England Revolution prior to 2013 season. Signed a multi-year extension on March 28, 2019

The second-ever signing from the Revolution academy, Caldwell is a box-to-box midfielder who became the second Homegrown field player in MLS history to record 10,000 regular season minutes.

COLLEGE: A two-time NSCAA All-America honoree at collegiate powerhouse Akron under then head coach Caleb Porter (2012 first team, 2011 third team) … the 2012 Mid-America Conference Player of the Year. In 88 career games with the Zips, started 66 and scored 20 goals and added 22 assists. Scored a career-high nine goals and recorded a team-high 10 assists his senior year. Named Most Outstanding Player at the 2010 College Cup after scoring the championship-clinching goal for the Zips against Louisville. 

INTERNATIONAL: Played with the U.S. Under-17 Residency Program in Bradenton, Fla., for the 2006-07 and 2007-08 academic years. Caldwell has recorded caps with the U-14, U-15, U-17, and U-18 US national teams.

NOTES: Voted fan and player MVP of 2015. First captain of the Revs’ U18 squad for the inaugural 2008-09 campaign. Father Larry played professional soccer in the NASL with the Hartford Bicentennials and brother Keith played collegiate soccer at Brown and was drafted by the Colorado Rapids in the 2006 Supplemental Draft. His sisters played college soccer; Andrea for four years at Simmons College, while Amy played for Boston College (2007-10) and also has US youth national team experience.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2020New England Revolution18150115502026041
2019New England Revolution20120107913216020
2018New England Revolution242021522013842071
2017New England Revolution332612195511242020
2016New England Revolution32310262239135060
2015New England Revolution343222882514542030
2014New England Revolution26140155326129060
2013New England Revolution29230217426135120
Career Totals-2161735151821864202671322
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