|High School:||Northeast Catholic|
2012: Enters his junior year after a strong end to his sophomore campaign . . . exceptionally talented central midfield player . . . played significant minutes for York and should be able to build on that success this season . . . plays simple . . . possesses outstanding passing abilities that will aid York’s ball possession . . . could have a breakout year for the Green and White.
2011: Appeared in 20 games with 17 starts this season . . . tallied one assist for one point . . . took 20 shots with five on goal . . . recorded a single-game high four shots on Oct. 24 at Hood.
2010: Played in 14 games during his freshman season . . . drew eight starts . . . missed eight of York's first nine contests due to injury . . . tallied an assist in the Spartans' 2-0 victory over Capital Athletic Conference foe Mary Washington on October 13 . . . was in the first XI in each of York's three postseason games, including his first NCAA Tournament contest . . . part of York's fifth Capital Athletic Conference Tournament championship and sixth straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
Personal: Is an accounting major . . . the son of Eduardo and Pamela Martinez . . . born on January 1, 1992 . . . played club soccer with FC Delco Academy . . . was a two-time All-Catholic League player in Philadelphia . . . lists his mother as the person he most admires . . . hobbies included ping pong and snowboarding . . . favorite athletes are Donovan McNabb and Xavi . . . chose York because of the soccer program and Spartan teammate Antonio Bua . . . his most memorable athletic moment while at York is winning the 2010 CAC Tournament championship.