Amaka Ofuani

Amaka Ofuani


Tallahassee, Fla.

High School:



2009: Missed the first 18 games due to an injury...Saw first time in 2009 on senior night and got an assist vs. Southern Miss Oct. 30...Also got into the NCAA First Round game against UW-Milwaukee Nov. 13.

2008: One of only two Knights to start all 23 matches, leading the entire team with 2,146 minutes played...Helped guide the defense to eight shutouts...Competed in every minute of UCF's first nine games of the season, logged 73 minutes at Memphis, then finished the year by never sitting on the bench the rest of 2008...Notched a point by assisting on a goal at UAB.

2007: Played in all but one match for the Knights, taking three shots in 642 minutes of work...Saw at least 20 minutes of action 14 games during the year...Posted a shot against Minnesota, Miami and East Carolina...Made the start and played a season-high 90 minutes in the C-USA title game vs. Memphis.

PRIOR TO UCF: Transferd to UCF after playing one year at Armstrong Atlantic State University, a Division II school located in Savannah, Ga.... Averaged a point per game in 2006, scoring 10 goals and adding three assists for 23 points in 23 matches...Earned All-Peach Belt At-Large honors for her performance...Prior to attending AASU, was a four-time letterwinner for Lincoln High School, where she held the school record for most career goals with 70...Also set the record for goals in a game with seven...Served as team captain as a senior...Selected as All-Big Bend by the Tallahassee Daily Democrat all four years.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Sharon and Reginald Ofuani...Majoring in Spanish.