At Michigan ...2012 Academic All-Big Ten.
Junior (2012) ... Missed Northwestern, Michigan State, and Niagara matches due to injury, but returned for NCAA Tournament Second Round match versus Akron (Nov. 18), contributing 24 minutes of action ...Fired two shots against Wisconsin (Nov. 7) in the Big Ten Tournament ... had three shots against Detroit (Oct. 30) ... Assisted on a Luke Coulson score in the 34th minute against the Vermont Catamounts (Aug. 31) ... Scored first collegiate goal in 2-1 defeat against No. 5 South Florida (Aug. 24) in a substitute role in the 47th minute.
Sophomore (2011) ... Appeared in 14 matches with one start as a sophomore ... Earned lone start of the season against Oakland (Oct. 12) ... Had five shots on the year ... Had pair of shots against Wisconsin (Oct. 9), and San Diego St. (Oct. 22) ... Took shot on goal against Northern Illinois (Sept. 4) ... Played in 340 minutes on the campaign, with a season-high of 76 minutes in the first match of the season against Bowling Green (Aug. 26).
Freshman (2010) ... Played in 16 games with three starts in his rookie campaign ... Tallied one point on one assist ... Saw action in U-M's Big Ten Tournament semifinal game against Wisconsin (Nov. 12) and the Big Ten Tournament final against Penn State (Nov. 14) ... Recorded his first career point with an assist in U-M's 5-1 win over Bowling Green (Oct. 27) ... Posted starts in U-M's games against Valparaiso (Oct. 13) and Indiana (Oct. 16) ... Tallied one shot in U-Ms' loss to Indiana ... Earned his first career start against Cincinnati (Oct. 6) ...Posted a shot in Michigan's 3-2 Big Ten win over Wisconsin (Oct. 10),his sixth shot of the season ... Recorded one shot in U-M's loss to No. 23 Ohio State ... Tallied a career-high three shots in U-M's double overtime tie against Marquette (Sept. 19) ... Made his collegiate debut against No. 14 Drake (Sept. 3) and recorded one shot.
Prep ... Scranton Prep (2010)... Four-year letterwinner... Led his prep squad to the district finals... Named New York Red Bull Player of the Year... Two-time Times-Tribune all-region selection... Led the league in points and goals three consecutive seasons.
Club/Junior Team ... New York Red Bulls Academy Team... Three-time member of the U.S. Youth National Team... Featured in Soccer America and TopDrawerSoccer.com for his dedication to the game.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts... Brother Noah Mencia played soccer at Cornell University.