Amber  Alfonzo
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Amber Alfonzo

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Stony Point, NY

High School:
North Rockland

Height:
5-2

Position:
Forward

10/30/2017

Women’s Soccer Lauded at MAAC Awards Banquet

Six Saints Named All-MAAC; Program Record 15 Make All-Academic Team

08/02/2017

Total of 153 Saints Named to MAAC Academic Honor Roll

Saints Cap Another Banner Year in the Classroom

10/26/2016

Saints Shutout in Regular Season Finale

Defending MAAC Champions to Open Title Defense in Tournament Semifinals Nov. 4

10/22/2016

Saints Defeat Manhattan in MAAC Championship Rematch

Siena Clinched #2 Seed in the MAAC Tournament

10/19/2016

Reigning MAAC Champions Punch Return Ticket to Tournament

Saints Shutout Quinnipiac to Clinch MAAC Tournament Berth

10/30/2017

2017 MAAC Women's Soccer Awards Banquet

2017 MAAC Women's Soccer Awards Banquet

08/23/2017

2017 Siena Women's Soccer Photo Day

2017 Siena Women's Soccer Photo Day

09/01/2016

Women's Soccer vs. Hartford (9/1/16)

Women's Soccer vs. Hartford (9/1/16)

08/23/2016

2016 Siena Women's Soccer Picture Day

2016 Siena Women's Soccer Picture Day

2016:
  • MAAC Academic Honor Roll selection
  • Saw action in 14 matches, making four starts as a freshman
  • Led all Siena freshman with eight points on a pair of goals and four assists
  • Notched a pair of three-point performances vs. Niagara (Oct. 5) and vs. Manhattan (Oct. 22)
  • Dished out assists in victories at Saint Peter's (Oct. 15) and vs. Quinnipiac (Oct. 19)

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Two-time Second Team All-State, four-time All-Section and five-time All-League selection
  • Named The Journal News Rockland Player of the Year, the Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess Coaches' Association Player of the Year and was also named an MSG First Team All-Metro selection after recording 61 points on the strength of 27 goals and seven assists her junior season
  • Amassed 69 goals over her final three seasons for the Red Raiders following her full-time move to striker
  • Led North Rockland to four Class AA Section I Finals, including a pair of appearances in the state finals
  • Five-year varsity competitor was two-time team captain
  • Played eight years of club soccer for World Class FC ECNL

PERSONAL:

  • Daughter of Anthony and Amanda Jacobs
  • Has two younger sisters, Autumn and Eva, and a younger brother, Anthony

COACH KARBOWSKI SAYS:
    "Amber is a great combination play striker. She sees all the right passes, makes quality decisions, and can hold up the ball. Her unselfish play during freshmen year created many chances for the team, but her greatest strength is her ability to be in the right spot and finish her opportunities. Amber has all the talent to be a top scorer for the team and in the MAAC."

ALFONZO'S CAREER STATISTICS

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