FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The last time Kelyn Rowe feels like he was in top form was summer 2017.
Then 25 years old and in his sixth professional season, Rowe was a regular with the New England Revolution, starting 16 of the club’s first 17 games before joining up with the U.S. National Team for the Concacaf Gold Cup. There, under the guidance of Bruce Arena, Rowe registered one goal and one assist while roaming the left side of midfield in four appearances. That form continued upon his return to the Revs, as Rowe notched three assists in his first four games back in MLS.