|High School:||Temecula Preparatory School|
2014 -- Made four appearances (Sept. 5 vs. American, Sept. 14 vs. Cal Poly, Oct. 4 at San Diego State, Oct. 19 vs. Oregon State), logging a total of 30 minutes ... played a season-high 16 minutes versus Oregon State on Oct. 19.
2013 -- Made 13 appearances off of the bench, scoring two goals in 241 minutes ... netted his first collegiate goal on Oct. 5 against San Diego State, scoring the equalizer in the 76th minute ... added another goal on Nov. 3 at No. 1 California.
U.S. National Team -- Was a consistent member of the U.S. U-17 National Team ... Competed for the U.S. U-17 95's at the 2011 Mondial Minimes Montaigu Tournament in Montaigu, France ... was the leading goal scorer for the U.S. at the Mondial Minimes Montaigu Tournament.
High School/Club -- Attended Temecula Preparatory School (Winchester, Calif.), earning a varsity letter in 2009-10 ... earned Team MVP honors after leading Riverside County with 30 goals ... 2012 NSCAA Youth Boys All-American ... ranked as the No. 37 recruit in the country according to Top Drawer Soccer ... also ranked No. 21 on College Soccer News's list of Top 150 Recruits for 2013 ... competed for club teams Chivas USA Academy and Pateadores ... participated in the 2010 Sum Cup with Chivas USA ... helped lead Chivas USA to a third-place finish at the 2011 Generation Adidas Cup, winning the Golden Boot and setting a record for most goals in the competition with nine ... scored eight goals in 21 games for Pateadores in 2011-12 and six goals in 12 games in 2012-13 ... led the Pateadores U-15/16's to a fifth place finish at the 2012 U.S. Soccer Development Academy Finals Week.
Personal -- Lists his biggest thrill as winning the golden boot in the Generation Adidas Cup, scoring 9 goals in 4 games ... admires retired Brazilian striker Ronaldo ... Parents: Horacio and Marina De La Torre ... has two brothers, Bryan and Michael, and one younger sister, Natalia ... Born August 13, 1995 ... Undeclared major.