Amanda Martorana

Amanda Martorana


Middleburg, Fla.

High School:
St. John's Country Day



2010: Served as a constant threat around the 18 all year long...Registered four goals and seven assists for 15 points...Took 32 shots, with 13 on target...Participated in all 23 matches, making four starts...Assisted on Tishia Jewell's game-winning overtime goal at South Florida...Also had assists vs. Harvard, Arizona State, East Carolina, Tulsa and Southern Miss (two)...Scored goals against Arizona State, Marshall and Southern Miss (two)...Those six points vs. USM enabled her to receive C-USA Offensive Player of the Week honors as well as TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week accolades.

2009: An important forward off the bench, playing in 20 games with two starts...Registered three goals on the year, and placed 10 of 20 total shots on net...Scored goals against FIU, Marshall and Colorado College...Named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team.

2008: Delivered four goals for eight points while playing in 17 matches...Put eight of her nine shots on net...Posted a key goal in a 2-0 win over No. 17 Illinois, then followed that up with another goal in the next game at UAB...Put a shot into the mesh vs. Marshall...Playing a season-high 52 minutes and tallied a goal against Houston.

2007: Completed first year with the Knights with a goal and four assists for six points...Took 13 shots on the year with nine of them on goal...Made seven starts in 22 matches played...Earned an assist in each game of the UCF Invitational...Posted a helper in back-to-back games at Tulsa and SMU...Scored the game-winner against Auburn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

PRIOR TO UCF: Played under head coach Mike Pickett at St. John's Country Day School...During her senior year, team claimed its second-straight Florida 2A state title, outscoring opponents 33-0 in the tournament...The program's all-time leading scorer with 148 goal and second all-time in assists with 86...Owns the school records for most assists, most goals and most points in a game...Named the team MVP in 2003, 2004 and 2006...Also played club soccer for the Clay County United and Jacksonville Youth Soccer...Trained with the Florida Olympic Development Program from 2002-05...Ran track for St. John's Country Day, winning the state championship in the 100m and 200m events in 2006...Was also a competitive gymnast for five years.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Carmelo and Paula Martorana...Plans to major in pre-physcial therapy.

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