Frankie Amaya

Frankie Amaya
Frankie Amaya
Frankie Amaya
Real Name: Frankie Amaya
HT: 5' 5" WT: 144
Pronunciation: uh-MY-uh
Generation adidas
Age: 18 (09/26/2000)
Hometown: Santa Ana, Calif.

2019 (FC Cincinnati): Has made four appearances, including two starts ... made professional debut by replacing Allan Cruz in the second half against Philadelphia (March 30) ... logged 14 minutes and completed 15-of-16 passes for the Orange and Blue ... made second appearance by replacing Kekuta Manneh and played seven minutes as a second-half substitute at LAFC (April 13) ... departed for a short-term loan to Orange County SC on April 17 ... recalled from short-term loan on May 2 ... earned first start and played 67 minutes at San Jose (May 4) ... was replaced by Roland Lamah in the second half ... made second consecutive start and played 59 minutes against Montreal (May 11) ... completed 31-of-34 passes for a 91.2% passing accuracy ... was replaced by Fatai Alashe in the second half.

2018 (UCLA): Made 14 appearances, including 10 starts, scored two goals and two assists … accolades after his lone season include Freshman All-American, First Team All-Pac-12, and Second Team All-Far West Region honors … first UCLA freshman to earn first team all-league status since 2015  … called up twice to represent the United States U-20 Men’s National Team … Signed a Generation Adidas contract on Jan. 4, 2019, making him eligible for the 2019 MLS SuperDraft ….logged his first collegiate goal on Sept. 22 at UC Santa Barbara, with a left-footed shot in the sixth minute … second goal came on Oct. 13, chipped the ball over the goalkeeper at beginning of the second half… picked up first collegiate assist on Aug. 28 against San Diego … Made NCAA debut on Aug. 24 at Coastal Carolina … logged 90 minutes against Sept. 22 at UC Santa Barbara… Didn’t appear for UCLA after Oct. 28 due to his commitments to the U.S. U-20 National Team.

International (United States): Member of the United States U-20 Men’s National Team that won Concacaf U-20 Championship, ensuring a spot in 2019 U-20 World Cup... made his debut and scored his first goal against France on March 21, 2018.

Personal: Born September 26, 2000 in Santa Ana, Calif.

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