New England Revolution raise $75,000 for Special Olympics Massachusetts at charity bowling event


Special Olympics Athlete Ben Rizoli, 17, of Milford and his bowling team mates New England Revolution forward Juan Agudelo and midfielder Lee Nguyen at Tuesday’s Bowl for a Goal charity night 2016 in Foxborough.

The New England Revolution players, coaches and fans came together to support the Special Olympics Massachusetts at the 2nd annual Bowl for a Goal charity bowling event at Splitsville Lanes in Foxborough on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Bowl for a Goal presented by Arbella Insurance gave Special Olympic athletes and Revs fans the chance to meet, greet and bowl with their favorite Revolution players all while raising money for a great cause.

CSNNE Analyst and Survivor winner Ethan Zohn emceed the event which raised over $75,000 through ticket sales plus a raffle and silent auction throughout the night. New England Revolution goalkeeper Brad Knighton was the night’s highest scorer, helping his team bring home the Bowl for a Goal trophy.

All proceeds from Bowl for a Goal will benefit Special Olympics Massachusetts and help provide year-round sports training, athletic competitions, and programming for more than 13,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities annually.


Special Olympics Athlete Divine Bates, 15, from Milford, MA met New England Revolution forward Kei Kamara at the Bowl for a Goal charity event on August 16, 2016 in Foxborough.


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