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2012: Played in and started all 15 games in his third season with the Hatters, spending most of his time at outside back and midfield...Assisted on two goals out of the back, which were a career best...First helper came in a 3-2 win over North Florida (10/26), and the second was in the final at Georgia State (11/4).
2011: Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors...Appeared in and started 18 contests in the back...Scored two goals on the season...Tallied first career goal at Ohio State (9/4)...Also scored at home against Furman (9/16)...Played 90 minutes or more in 12 games, including a 120 minute contest against ETSU in the A-Sun Tournament (11/11).
2010: Earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors...started all 18 matches as a freshman on the back line...had an assist in 10-0 win over Johnson & Wales (9/1).
High School: A defender from Miami Lakes, Florida who was home schooled... In 2008 he was named to the USSF Development Academy Southern Conference Starting XI... He was one of two USA based players called up for the Venezuelan U17 National Team that competed in 2009 South American Qualifying for the U17 World Championships. During qualifying he played in four matches and scored the tying goal against Chile.
Personal: Son of Alesandro Centofanti and Kathleen Amaya of Miami, Florida... Born March 21, 1992 in Miami... Chose Stetson because it is a good school and a small school... Majoring in sport management.
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