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11 - KJ Warren
KJ Warren
Year: Junior
Hometown: Larchmont, N.Y.
High School: Mamaroneck
Position: Back
Major: Economics
House Affiliation: Quincy

Sophomore • 2008
Voted by teammates as the team’s Most Improved Player ... Appeared in 16 games, making five starts consecutive starts at the end of the season ... Made a defensive save in a 6-0 win against St. Louis (Oct. 13) ... Part of a defensive unit that ranked fourth in the Ivy League, allowing 2.12 goals per game in Ivy play.

Freshman • 2007
Solid contributor off the bench for the Crimson defense ... Appeared in 11 games ... Started in wins against New Hampshire Sept. 5 and at Northeastern Oct. 3 ... Made Harvard debut in season opener against Massachusetts.

Before Harvard
A three-year starter at center midfield and a two-year captain for field hockey team ... Selected as all-state twice, all-section and all-league three times ... Helped team to section final as a senior, to Class A state final as a junior—earning all-tournament honors at the state championship—and to a state championship as a sophomore ... Team had three-year record of 58-2-6 ... Led league in assists twice before leading section in assists as a senior ... Twice named a Gannett Journal News First Team All-Star and received Con Edison Scholar Athlete, Regional News Network Scholar Athlete and Veterans Awards ... A two-time NFHCA Regional All-America selection, two-time Futures Elite and three-time National Futures Tournament participant ... Took part in Futures Development Invitational Camp and Junior Olympics ... Helped Hudson Valley team win two straight Empire State Games gold medals ... Played center midfield for soccer team, was named all-section in 2004 and was a four-year member of Eastern New York’s Olympic Development team ... National Honor Society member and Foreign Language Award recipient ... Served as a Caprice Advisor to incoming freshmen and on the Athletic Advisory Committee and Student Athletic Counsel.

Personal
Enjoys photography ... Brother, Jeff, captained the ice hockey club at Johns Hopkins and graduated in 2007.