|Hometown:||Belo Horizonte, Brazil|
|High School:||Framingham (Mass.)|
2011 Played in 14 games in his junior season … Started the final seven matches of the year … Scored a combined five goals while also tallying two assists for 12 points (4th most on the team) … Named Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Week on October 11 … Scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner in the 4-0 win over Newbury College on October 5 … Found the back of the net against conference opponents Southern Maine and Western Connecticut State University … Notched an assist against UMass Dartmouth and Plymouth State University … Totaled 28 shots on the year, with 16 of those ending up on goal.
2010 Started 10 of the 16 games in which he played... Scored two goals on the year, including one in a 3-2 victory over Western CT State on October 9 ... Netted his first goal with the Beacons on September 14 in a 4-2 defeat vs. Eastern Nazarene College.
2008 Played in 18 games for Nichols College, starting 10 up front for the Bison ... Ranked first on the team in assists with eight while ranking second overall in points with 18 ... Finished his rookie campaign with five goals and a .278 shots on goal percentage ... Helped the Bison post an 11-10-1 record, the program's first winning record in its seven-year history.
Personal/High School Three-year letterwinner at Marian High School ... Named to three Catholic Central League All-Star teams ... Selected as Rookie of the Year in sophomore campaign ... Named Mustangs MVP as a senior ... Also won two letters as a member of the Mustangs track team ... Named to CCL All-Star team for track in 2007 and 2008 ... Recognized as Mustangs track MVP twice ... Set Marian High School track records in 4x100 and 4x400 relays ... Born December 10, 1990 ... Son of Eva and Rodolfo Sanz ... Majoring in physics ... Enjoys playing soccer.
Career Stats at UMass Boston