2013: Played in two games and made one start ... started against Yale on Nov. 16.
2012: Studied abroad.
2011: Appeared in three games, against Furman, Monmouth and Seton Hall ... earned his first career assist in a 7-3 win at Seton Hall on Oct. 4.
2010: Has not seen playing time.
2009: Did not play.
Before Princeton: A four-year starter at Naperville North High School ... team posted a 71-17-9 record during his tenure ... scored 28 goals and 17 assists during his career ... tallied eight goals and eight assists as a senior midfielder ... the Huskies were 2005 sectional champions, won three Du-Page Valley Conference titles and four regional titles ... a unanimous all-conference and all-sectional selection in 2008 ... 2007 honorable mention all-conference ... a member of the conference’s all-academic squad all four years ... played club soccer for the Chicago Magic SC for six years ... the Magic was USYSA national finalists in 2005 and won the Region II and Illinois state championships in 2004, 2005 and 2006 ... the squad was USL Super Y League national champions in 2006 after two years of being national finalists ... previously belonged to the Naperville Lightning soccer club ... a five-year member of the Illinois state ODP team ... the team was national co-champions in 2006 ... also a four-year member of the Region II ODP team ... attended the National Camp at the Home Depot Center in 2004 with his Region II ODP team, while also traveling to Spain, Argentina and France.
Personal: Full name is Andrew James Menendez ... born November 16, 1990 in Charlotte, N.C. ... parents are Al and Terri Menendez ... has one brother, Alex (Indiana '11) ... majoring in economics.
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