The George Washington University: Women's Soccer

Kim Warner
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Kim Warner

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
North York, Ontario

High School:
St. Joseph's

Height:
5-3

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
07/10/1980

Experience:
3V



At GW: One of the most prolific scorers in GW women's soccer history ... Named 2002 Atlantic 10 Offensive Player of the Year ... NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-America Second Team member ... All-Conference First-Team selection All-Championship Team member ... Co-Player of the Week on September 30 and October 21 ... MVP of the Colonials soccer team for the last two years ... enters her senior season third all-time at GW in points (64) and goals (28) ... moved up 18 spots on the all-time list from 21st at the start of the 2002 season ... scored a league-high 15 goals in 2002 along with three assists for 33 points ... scored four game-winning goals ... scored four goals against American on September 25, 2002 ... started each of GW's 19 matches leading the team to its first A-10 tournament appearance since 1998 ... In 2001, Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference second team and All-Mid-Atlantic Region third team by the NSCAA last season ... the 2001 team MVP led the team with 20 points ... recorded three game-winning goals and two in 2000 ... in 2000, named to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie team and was an Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week ... one of the quickest players in the conference ... creates excitement when she has the ball ... redshirted her freshman year after tearing her ACL in 1999 ... member of the Canadian National Team and the U-21 Canadian National Team.

Prior to GW: Two-year member of the U-20 National Team ... MVP of the Raleigh Shootout and Columbia Invitational ... captain of Provincial Team ... captain of high school soccer and basketball teams ... Won gold medals in the 100 and 200 meters.

Personal: Born July 10, 1980 in Toronto, Ontario ... daughter of Winifred Warner ... has one older sister, Lesley (27) ... would like to continue her soccer career after graduation ... psychology major.

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