Out of contract following 2019 season.
Herivaux is a versatile and athletic central midfielder who broke into the Revs first team in 2018 with five appearances and a pair of starts.He made five substitute appearances in 2016 and spent time on loan with USL club San Antonio FC in 2017. He scored his first professional goal in 103rd minute of a 2016 U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round match.
INTERNATIONAL: Capped four times by the Haitian national team, most recently in a 2019/20 Concacaf Nations League qualifying match at Saint Lucia, Herivaux was called in to play for Haiti at the 2015 Concacaf U-20 Championship in January 2015 and made five appearances in the competition, including three starts against El Salvador, Cuba, and Honduras. He was later called in to the Haiti U-23 National Team for the Concacaf Olympic Qualifying Championship in Oct. 2015, appearing in all three of Haiti’s games.
PERSONAL: Tri-citizen of US, Haiti and Japan. Herivaux was born in Osaka, Japan, where his father, Pedro, was playing professionally, but grew up in Brookline, Mass. Wears No. 21 to emulate former Revolution and MLS great Shalrie Joseph, who mentored Herivaux after meeting him at age 11.