New Mexico(m) goalkeeper Jason Beaulieu signed a Homegrown deal with the Montreal Impact, the franchise announced this week.
Beaulieu joins his hometown team after four solid years at New Mexico. He appeared in 69 games, playing 6,397 minutes for the Lobos. He recorded 34 wins, 22 losses, 11 ties and 22 shutouts during that time.
"It is also excellent news to see Jason return with the club after growing up within the Impact Academy," Impact head coach Remi Garde said in a statement. "He will have the chance to work in a favourable professional environment to further his development.”
"We have also followed Jason's progress throughout his time at the University of New Mexico," technical director Adam Braz said in a statement. We are happy to give an opportunity to another Homegrown player. He is ready to come in and fight to earn and keep his spot in the squad.”
The goalkeeper spent a few years playing for the Impact's Academy, spending 2011-2013 with the MLS side. He joins the Impact on a one-year deal, with three options on his contract.
“I’m really happy to start my professional career at home, in Montreal. It’s with great honour that I will again wear our club’s jersey,” Beaulieu said in a release.