Zeiko Lewis is exchanging the maroon and gold of Boston College for the red and white of New York Red Bulls.
Lewis, who played four years of college ball for the Eagles, was selected by New York with the 17th pick in the First Round of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft. A native of Pembroke, Bermuda, has represented the Bermuda national team, including in World Cup Qualifiers.
The midfielder made 73 appearances and 70 starts for the Eagles and finished with 18 goals and a school record 26 assists. He earned All-ACC accolades in each of his four seasons he played at Boston College, won ACC Freshman of the Year honors in 2013 and ranks sixth in career points (63) and 10th in goals in program history.
With its second round pick (No. 39 overall), Red Bulls stayed local with the selection of Ethan Kutler from Colgate. The Cooperstown, N.Y.-native appeared in 74 matches (69 starts) and had 26 goals and 11 assists.
He received NSCAA All-Northeast Region honors each of his final three seasons with the Raiders, including First Team honors as a senior. In 2016, Kutler was named Patriot League Tournament MVP, an ECAC Division I All-Star and his 81-career points rank second all-time in the Colgate record books.