The Chattanooga Red Wolves finally have their first road win of the season.
Ronaldo Pineda's goal in the 83rd minute was the difference Wednesday night as the Red Wolves held on for a 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution II at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
Chattanooga (3-2-3) is 1-1-3 on the road and fourth in the USL League One standings midway through the season, with the Red Wolves' 12 points two behind the Richmond Kickers (4-1-2) and one ahead of Forward Madison FC (3-2-2).
Only the top two teams advance to the postseason this year, and the Greenville Triumph SC (6-2-1) are first with 19 points, with Union Omaha (4-0-3) second at 15 points.
The Red Wolves' next three matches are at CHI Memorial Stadium in East Ridge: at 1 p.m. Saturday against Richmond, on Tuesday against Omaha in a match rescheduled because of weather, and on Saturday, Sept 19, against Greenville.
Chattanooga's Jason Ramos netted his first goal of the season in the 10th minute at New England, assisted by Josue Soto, while the assist on Pineda's winner was attributed to Alexi Jaimes. Red Wolves goalkeeper Alex Mangels was credited with four saves.
Orlando Sinclair scored just before halftime for the Revolution.