2013-14: Co-captain ... named third team All-MAAC at end of regular season ... preseason All-MAAC third team honoree ... named MAAC Player of the Week on November 11 ... had 16 points, eight rebounds and six assists in season-opening double-overtime win at La Salle (11/9) ... posted 11 points and five rebounds in win at Illinois State (11/20) ... made 8-of-13 from the field for 23 points, six assists and four rebounds in win at Hofstra (11/30) ... sank 10 of 12 free throws and finished with 18 points in win at Marist in MAAC opener (12/6) ... totaled 20 points, making 10 of 11 from the foul line, and handed out six assists in 86-68 win at South Carolina (12/17) ... had eight points, six assists and four steals in 16 minutes in win over Fairfield (1/4) ... posted first career double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds at Quinnipiac (1/9) ... exploded for a career-high 33 points on 13-of-17 shooting, added four assists without a turnover, in overtime win over Marist (1/12) ... scored 1,000th career points and finished with 21 points, five assists and a season-high seven steals in rout of Siena (1/16) ... had 22 points and three rebounds at Fairfield (1/18) ... registered 12 points and seven assists in win over Rider (1/24) ... scored 15 points and added seven assists vs. Quinnipiac (1/26) ... finished with 11 points and five assists in win at Canisius (2/7) ... had 18 points and five assists in 86-69 win at Rider (2/13) ... dished out a season-high eight assists in 75-61 victory at Monmouth (2/19) ... finished with 17 points in MAAC first-round victory over Saint Peter's (3/8) ... had seven points and four assists in semifinal win vs. Quinnipiac (3/9).
2012-13: Co-Captain ... preseason All-MAAC third team selection ... named to the Bob Cousy Award watch list ... started 22 of 29 appearances... averaged 8.4 points and 2.1 assists ... finished the regular season ranked 6th in the MAAC for free-throw shooting (80.7%) ... started 10 of 15 MAAC appearances... missed three games after suffering an ankle injury against Stony Brook (1/1) ... averaged 8.7 points, 2.0 assists and 2.7 rebounds in MAAC games ... led Manhattan in assists 10 times ... posted 11 double-digit scoring performances ... had 13 points and made 9 of 10 free throws in season opener at Louisville (11/11) ... poured in 19 points with five rebounds and three assists in win over Fordham (11/29) ... also totaled 19 points on the road at Marist (12/7) ... made five of 10 field goals and eight of nine free throws to rack up 18 points at Canisius (1/17) ... had 16 points and dished out five assists at Siena (2/1) ... scored 10 points, made both of his three-pointers, handed out four assists in win over Canisius (2/7) ... had 11 points and four rebounds in one-point win at Buffalo (2/23) ... totaled 12 points and made eight of nine from the stripe in MAAC semifinal win over Fairfield (3/10) ... scored 14 points and went 7-for-7 from the foul line in MAAC title game vs. Iona (3/11)
2011-12: All-MAAC Third Team selection... started 26 of 30 appearances, missing the last three games of the regular-season and the MAAC Tournament quarterfinals due to injury... ranked second on the team averaging 8.5 points per contest shooting 42.0% from the field, 38.6% from three-point territory and was 12th overall in the MAAC with a 76.6% at the free-throw line... dished out 95 assists averaging 3.2 per contest, which was the 6th highest assist average in the MAAC... tied for 4th in the league with a 1.3 to 1 assist:turnover ratio and 1.4 steals per game was the 7th best in the league... led Manhattan in assists 11 times, including a season-high nine assists in a win over Siena (1/14)... scored in double-figures 12 times and topped the Jaspers in the points column five times... exploded for a season-high 22 points on 7-for-10 shooting at Colorado State (11/22), which included a buzzer beating three pointer to force overtime... posted two 5+ steal performances, including tying the Manhattan single game record with eight steals in a win over Marist (2/2)... registered four 5+ assist games... started all 16 appearances in MAAC games, averaging 8.8 points and 3.6 assists... ranked 5th overall for assists per contest against MAAC opponents... led the MAAC averaging 1.9 steals in league contests... assist:turnover ratio (1.5 to 1) in conference games was the 5th best in the MAAC... tied a Manhattan season high knocking down 11 free-throws in a win over Niagara (1/22).
2010-11: Named to All-MAAC Rookie Team... ranked second on the team and 17th in the MAAC in scoring with 11.2 points per game... started 23 of 26 appearances and dished out a team-high 82 assists... finished 10th in the MAAC averaging 3.2 assists... led Manhattan and ranked eighth in the conference with a 78.2% free-throw percentage... averaged 33.0 minutes per game, which was the 10th highest average in the conference... posted 12 double-digit scoring performances, including three 20+ point efforts... set a season-high scoring 25 points at Iona (2/7)... led Manhattan in assists 15 times... selected MAAC Rookie of the Week twice... garnered MAAC Rookie of the Week honors after scoring a game-high 23 points in a season opening victory at NJIT (11/13)... earned second MAAC Rookie of the Week award on Feb. 28 after averaging 19.0 points, 3.0 assists, 2.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals over two games at Canisius (2/25) and Niagara (2/27)... led Manhattan in scoring seven times during the season... handed out a season-high nine assists against Binghamton (12/11)... hit 65-foot buzzer beater to send Manhattan off with a 60-59 victory at Marist (1/30)... tied for fifth in the MAAC averaging 1.4 assists per game... averaged 10.3 points in conference games... grabbed a career-high five rebounds on four occasions... converted a career-best 12-of-15 free-throws at NJIT (11/13).
Before Manhattan: 2010 First Team All-CHSAA point guard and 2010 Third Team All New York State Class AA at All Hallows High School playing for head coach John Carey and assistant coach Joe Walsh... selected New York Daily News All-Bronx First Team at the conclusion of senior year... started four years of varsity ball and named the team's Most Valuable Player twice at All Hallows... named to the New York Daily News All-Bronx First Team averaging 13.2 points per game as a junior... helped lead All Hallows to the CHSAA Class 'AA' intersectional final and near upset of powerhouse Rice with 15 points in the 2009 title game... one of 10 players in New York City to be selected for the 2010 Jordan Brand Classic Regional Team... competed for the under-18 Puerto Rican National Team during the summer of 2010.
Personal: Birthday is March 31 ... son of Miguel and Rosalind Alvarado ... has two sisters, Sasha, who is an alumna of Manhattan College, and Elsie ... majoring in communications.