|Height / Weight:|
5-11 / 165
As a Junior (2005)
Played in 15 matches, starting 14 ... recorded three points - one goal and one assist ... totaled nine shots on goal on the season ... scored the team's lone goal - an unassisted tally at 28:57 of the first half - in a home tie against Virginia Tech (9/16) ... assisted on Sam Brill's first goal of the season in a 2-1 home win over Northeastern (9/11).
As a Sophomore (2004)
Played in 20 matches, starting 18...the defensive specialist is one of the main reasons BC allowed just 10 goals during the season...registered two shots in each of the season's first two games...started both games in the NCAA Tournament
As a Freshman (2003)
Played in and started all 17 matches ... was the sole freshman to start all 17 games ... ranked second on the team in goals (two) and points (five) ... recorded his first career goal - the gamewinner - against Ohio State (Sept. 13) ... blasted home Adam Pfeifer's rebound for BC's first goal in a 2-1 conference win over Syracuse (Sept. 28) ... credited with an assist on Jarryd Goldberg's game-winning goal against Georgetown (Sept. 21) ... placed 57.1% of his shots on net (8-of-14); the best percentage among returnees ... earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Was a four-year All-Prep League first-team selection as a midfielder at the Polytechnic School ... also captured All-CIF Southern Section honors ... served as team captain as a junior and senior ... played for head coach Doug Jolly ... played club soccer for West Valley Samba (formerly Valley United Blast); won the 2001 USA Cup (U-16) and the 2002 Dallas Cup (U-17) ... was also a kicker for the 2002 Polytechnic football team that won the CIF-Southern Section Division XIII championship.
Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Jamen is the middle of Tess and John Amato's three children; his father and sister Ashley are Boston College alumni ... born October 19, 1984.