2007 First-Team All-Texas College Offense by Dave Campbell's Texas Football
2006: An honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference selection... appeared on the Lou Groza Award Watch List... an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District selection... the Mountain West Conference leader in field-goal percentage (85.7, 12-of-14) ... fourth in the MWC in field goals per game (0.9) and kick scoring points per game (5.5)... accounted for all of TCU's scoring with four field goals in a 12-3 win over Texas Tech... his kicks were from 30, 33, 34 and 43 yards... received Lou Groza Award Star of the Week and Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Week honors for his effort against the Red Raiders... had a career-long 47-yard field goal the week before against UC Davis... helped cement the 27-21 win at New Mexico with a 37-yard field goal with 2:59 to play... his streak of 19 consecutive field goals made at TCU came to an end against BYU... later made a 36-yard field goal against the Cougars... closed the regular season with a pair of 38-yard field goals against Colorado State and Air Force... added a 25-yard field goal on the final play of the first half in the Poinsettia Bowl win over Northern Illinois.
2005: All-Mountain West Conference selection after going 13-for-13 on field goals... topped the MWC in percentage (100.0) and kick scoring points per game (7.9)... ranked second in the league and 34th nationally in field goals per contest (1.3)... was also third in the MWC and 38th in the nation in overall points per game (7.9)... had at least one field goal in eight of his 10 contests... MWC Special Teams Player of the Week after totaling 13 points in a 51-50 win at BYU... kicked the game-winning PAT in overtime while also adding three field goals, a career-long 43-yard effort and boots from 31 and 33 yards... also had three field goals (29, 22, 22) against UNLV... in his TCU debut, he kicked a 30-yard field goal with 2:05 to play in the third quarter to tie the Utah game at 17-17... the Frogs won 23-20 in overtime... his second-longest field goal of the year came from 37 yards to give the Frogs a 23-13 lead over San Diego State with 3:50 left in the game... closed the season with a 29-yard field goal in the 27-24 EV1.net Houston Bowl win over Iowa State.
2004: Sat out the season per NCAA transfer rules.
2003: Made the Cincinnati squad as a walk-on and won the PAT and short field-goal duties... also used on some kickoffs... team's second-leading scorer with 57 points... made 27-of-29 PATs... was successful on 10-of-11 field-goal attempts, setting a new UC season record for field goal percentage at .909... had a long of 41 yards against Memphis... tied a UC single game record with four field goals vs. Louisville... named UC's Special Teams Player of the Year.
High School: Earned all-star honors at Heritage under coach Chris Cunningham... helped his school to a 40-4 record and three district titles... made 68-of-70 PATs and 11-of-13 field-goal attempts with a long of 47... twice earned first team all-district honors in soccer... was the district defensive MVP as a senior.
Personal: Son of Vince and Monica Manfredini... has already received his Bachelor's degree in supply & value chain management.