Career Summary

What Scouts Say: "Best position is probably right wing at the next level ... Very athletic, good size and good physical attirbutes .. He's looking to run at guys to get at end line and send balls into the box ... Crosses are his strength ... He receives the ball and accelerates rapidly to top speed and that's why he gets service off. That's his strength ... He can get to the end line and cut things back ... Dynamic. Once his legs get going he's difficult to stop ... Finishing and coming inside is something he needs to work on ... As well as getting more goals out of his game ... Doesn't have the speed and athleticsm for the wing ... Has decent feet … Scored for Puerto Rico vs. Spain ... Does he have the right mentality for MLS? For him it's more of the mental side of things. He's temperamental and he'll go missing now and again. He takes a play off every now and then ... Big guy, big shoulders and good acceleration ... Has to improve his defending ... He's also a little erratic ... He's involved in the game when the ball is near him ... Not a good striker of the ball on target ... Serves a great ball in, 1-v-1 and he's got a lot of good stuff but in and around the goal he's not great ... For 1-v-1 service he can be put up against anyone in the country in college soccer ... Lot of talent who perhaps has underachieved in college."

College: Attended Providence College. Played 20 games in his freshman season (2009), starting 12. Scored two goals and added eight assists ... Started 21 of 22 games in 2010 and led the team in assists (10), while also tallying two goals for 14 points. For his one-goal, three-assist effort in the first two rounds of the Big East Championship Tournament, he was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week on 11/7 ... Started all 15 games he played in 2011, but his season was cut short because of injury. Still managed to register three goals and five assists, and was named to the NSCAA All-Northeast Region First team and All-Big East Third Team ... Started 11 of the 12 games he played in 2012, registering a goal and an assist. Named a New England Intercollegiate Soccer League (NEISL) All-Star.

Prep: Played four years at St. Benedict's Preparatory School. Named to the All-Prep School First Team during his junior and senior seasons and earned second team honors as a freshman and sophomore. Helped lead his team to two high school national championships and four state championships.

Club: Was a member of the New Jersey Olympic Development Program (2003-07). Member of the Players Development Academy (PDA) club team that captured the U.S. Club National Championship.

International: Earned his first cap for the Puerto Rico national team in 2012 and scored his first international goal in a 2-1 friendly defeat against Spain.


Providence College: Official player page Player page Marc Cintron scores against Spain (8/16/2012)


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