Career: Played in 34 career games at both forward and goalkeeper ... Suited up in the goal 12 times and started three times ... registered one goal for his career ... finished with a 3-0 record, a 1.02 goals against average and a .773 save percentage and one shutout as a goalkeeper.
2011: Saw action in 15 games overall ... played forward in 14 games and started in the goal in one other ... Played the full 90 minutes in goal against Presbyterian ... made three saves against the Blue Hose ... played a season-high 21 minutes against UNC Asheville ... forced Virginia Tech into an own goal in 2-1 victory over the Hokies...ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Played in eight games as a forward and two as a goalkeeper … saw 36 minutes of action in goal … played 22 minutes against Sacramento State and helped preserve a shutout against George Washington in 13 minutes in goal … saw a season-high 48 minutes of action as a field player against Virginia Tech … also played 17 minutes against George Washington and 14 at NC State … finished the season with four shots overall and three on goal ... ACC Honor Roll selection.
2009: Played in five games at goalkeeper … in 85:26 minutes in goal, recorded four saves and did not allow a goal … saw the field against Presbyterian, tallying his first career point with a goal … helped preserve three shutouts in his five outings in goal.
2008: Saw action in four contests … Earned starts against both Colgate and Northern Illinois … Made a season-high five saves against Northern Illinois … Posted his first career shutout in the 1-0 win over Colgate with three stops … Played 231:47 overall and finished with a 1.16 goals against average and .769 save percentage.
Prep: 2007 All America selection as a senior ... all state, all ISL, All New England, and all region selection in 2007 ... Gatorade State Player of the Year in 2007 ... EA SPORTS All-American ... Boston Globe All Star ... ISL Defensive MVP in 2007 ... helped team to New England state semifinals with a 13-2-2 record as a senior goalkeeper ... all-state and all-ISL selection as a junior ... member of 2006 league championship team ... ISL honorable mention in 2005 as a sophomore ... team Rookie of the Year in 2004 ... three-time New England quarterfinalist ... four-year letter winner ... also lettered two years each in basketball and lacrosse ... member of ISL lacrosse championship team ... played with FC Greater Boston premier soccer club that won a national and regional championship and four state championships ... adidas ESP all star ... adidas ESP Golden Glove winner ... played with Massachusetts ODP squad for six years and served as captain ... played with region I team for six years and served as captain ... member of U-18, U-17, and U-15 national pools.
Personal: Born Jan Francis Trnka-Amrhein on Jan. 4, 1990 in Boston, Massachusetts ... son of Robert Amrhein and Yvona Trnka ... has one sister, Yvona Trnka (23) ... favorite athlete is Kevin Garnett.
Jan Trnka-Amrhein (Goalkeeper)
Jan Trnka-Amrhein (Forward)