Spencer Warden
Spencer Warden

Player Profile

Soquel, Calif.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190




A 2009 team captain and a four-time All-American...was a first-team ACWPC All-American, first-team All-MPSF, MPSF All-Tournament and Cal's Co-Most Valuable Player as a senior...one of the nation's top all-around players who was a key to the Bears' 2006 and 2007 national title runs...was outstanding both offensively and defensively...had 137 goals in four years at Cal, earning honorable mention All-America honors as a freshman, third-team All-America honors as a sophomore and second-team All-America honors as a junior...in 2006 was named MPSF Newcomer of the Year and has been first-team All-MPSF the past three seasons...was also named the team's 2008-09 Most Valuable Player...

AS A SENIOR (2009): Led Cal with 68 steals and was second in scoring with 41 goals in 26 matches...also had 25 assists and was second on the team with 29 ejections earned and 10 field blocks...was the Bears' leading scorer with six goals at Santa Clara and two goals in The Big Splash at Stanford...had a team-high three goals in an MPSF match versus USC and two goals in Cal's 7-6 victory at UCLA...

AS A JUNIOR (2008): Was named second-team ACWPC All-American, leading the Bears with a team-high 40 goals in 27 matches...also paced the team with 68 steals, was second in ejections earned (27), second in field blocks (11) and third in assists (29)...scored five goals during the MPSF Tournament and was named first-team All-MPSF...

AS A SOPHOMORE (2007): Was selected a 2007 ACWPC third-team All-American, first-team All-MPSF and second-team NCAA All-Tournament...scored two goals with six steals, two ejections earned and an assist in during the NCAA Tournament victories over Navy and USC...was the Nov. 5 MPSF Co-Player of the Week with three goals, six assists and five steals versus UC Irvine and UC Santa Barbara...scored the winning goal versus UCLA with 25 seconds left in the SoCal Open third-place match Oct. 14...had six goals, five steals, three ejections earned and two field blocks during the SoCal Open...scored three goals at the MPSF Tournament...led the team with 51 steals and scored 27 goals in only 24 matches...also had 23 assists, 14 ejections earned and eight field blocks during the season...

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2006): Was an honorable mention All-American, MPSF Newcomer of the Year, Daily Californian Newcomer of the Year, MPSF All-Tournament and MPSF All-Academic...led the Bears with 61 steals, had 29 goals and the match-winning assist to Jeff Tyrrell in the NCAA title match victory over USC...finished with 30 assists, 11 field blocks and eight ejections earned...scored four goals during the MPSF Tournament, including a team-high two goals in the championship match victory over USC...tallied a goal against USC in the national title match as well...redshirted in 2005...was the 2005 recipient of the Cal Alumni Leadership Scholarship Award...

HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: At Soquel High School was league MVP, first-team All-SCCAL and second-team All-Central Coast Section as a senior...as a junior was first-team WCAL, second-team All-CCS and honorable mention All-NorCal...helped his team capture four consecutive league titles and a Central Coast Section championship in 2002...was a first-team All-American in the summer of 2008, helping lead the Lamorinda club team to a second-place finish at the Men's Senior Nationals in Moraga...in the summer of 2007 played on the USA U20 squad that competed at the Junior World Championships in Los Alamitos, Calif....in the summer of 2006 competed in the Memorial Tournament in Italy...also helped Team USA to a silver medal at the High Tatras Cup, July 7-9 in Slovakia; and a gold medal at the Junior PanAm Games in Montreal...was a second-team All-American as a member of a Pacific Zone team that captured the 2005 National Age Group championship...in the summer of 2005 was a first-team All-American at the Junior Olympics, was an honorable mention All-American competing with the Lamorinda team that captured a bronze medal at the Men's Senior Nationals in Davis, Calif., and was on the USA National Youth Team that traveled to Slovakia...earned High School All-America honors as a member of a 200 freestyle relay team in 2003...was the recipient of the 2005 President's Award for Educational Excellence, and was his school's 2005 Scholar-Athlete of the Year...majored in American studies...father, Scott, graduated from Cal in 1976...parents are Scott and Elisabeth Warden...born March 31, 1987, in Berkeley, Calif.

2006	29
2007	27
2008	40
2009    41
Total	137