HARRISON, N.J. – Red Bull II has announced roster decisions following the conclusion of the United Soccer League season.

The club has exercised options on five players and declined the options of five.

NYRB II has exercised the options of defender Jordan Scarlett, midfielders Chris Lema and Jared Stroud and forwards Amando Moreno and Tom Barlow.

New York declined options on goalkeeper Scott Levene, defenders Niko De Vera and Lucas Stauffer and midfielders Jose Aguinaga and Steven Echevarria.

NYRB II also parted ways with defender Andrew Lombard.

The following players are out of contract: defender Allen Yanes and midfielder Andrew Tinari.

“For those that are moving on, we want to wish them long, successful careers,” NYRB II head coach John Wolyniec said. “I’ve enjoyed working with each of them and am looking forward to the 2019 season.”

NYRB II reached the Eastern Conference Finals for the third consecutive season after finishing the regular season with a 13-8-13 record.

Options Exercised: Jordan Scarlett, Chris Lema, Jared Stroud, Amando Moreno, Tom Barlow

Options Declined: Scott Levene, Niko De Vera, Lucas Stauffer, Jose Aguinaga, Steven Echevarria

Out of Contract: Andrew Lombard, Allen Yanes, Andrew Tinari

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