8 Scott Warner

2012-13 SENIOR SEASON: Wrapped up collegiate career with three goals and three assists in final campaign … one of seven Seawolves to dress in all 36 games … furnished tallies against St. Cloud State (Dec. 1), Colorado College (Feb. 2) and at SCSU (Mar. 15) in the WCHA First Round … blocked a team-high 66 shots on goal, including a season-high five on three occasions … placed 38 shots on goal, including season-high five on March 15 … started 15 games … tagged for four penalties, serving eight minutes in the box … named team’s Most Inspirational at season-ending banquet … finished with career totals of eight goals and 23 assists for 31 points in 108 games played … tallied four power-play goals, two game-winning goals and one game-tying goal … placed 105 shots on goal … whistled for 23 penalties, serving 54 minutes … concluded career with UAA all-time defenseman ranks of No. 28 in goals, No. 29 in assists and No. 30 in points … named to the WCHA All-Academic Team and was a WCHA Scholar-Athlete.

2011-12 JUNIOR SEASON: Dressed in 32 of 36 games, getting the starting nod 12 times … missed final four games with an ankle injury … registered a team-high 13 assists and two goals (both on the power play), good for a career-high 15 points – tied for fourth-best on team and most for a UAA defenseman … blocked team-high 63 shots … led the team with 10 power-play points (2-8–10) … collected first tally of the season on Dec. 2 against North Dakota and second goal on Feb. 10 against Minnesota State … furnished two multi-point games – two assists on Nov. 18, in a 3-1 UAA defeat of Michigan Tech, and a goal and an assist on Feb. 10 vs. MSU … tagged for second-most penalties (15) for UAA, serving 40 minutes … placed 31 shots on goal … posted three two-game point streaks … on the all-time UAA defenseman career list, ranks tied for 37th in goals (5), tied for 31st in assists (20) and tied for 35th in points (25) … named to the WCHA All-Academic Team … dressed as an assistant captain.

2010-11 SOPHOMORE SEASON: One of four Seawolves to dress in all 37 games … recorded three goals, seven assists and 10 points – team-high-tying for UAA defensemen … scored first goal with the Green & Gold at the Brice Alaska Goal Rush against Union on Oct. 26, on the power play … netted goals against St. Cloud State (Nov. 19), and the game-winning goal with the man advantage against in-state rival Alaska Fairbanks in the annual Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup on Feb. 26 … recorded a pair of two-game point streaks throughout the season … tagged for just three penalties and six minutes throughout the season … blocked the second-most shots for UAA with 43, while placing 32 on net (.094) … found the net five times on Oct. 29 against Minnesota State … helped the Seawolves to their first-ever sweep of Minnesota at the Mariucci Arena in the WCHA First Round on March 11-12, earning the program’s second-ever berth to the WCHA Final Five … named to the All-WCHA Academic Team and received the WCHA Scholar Athlete award.

2009-10: Redshirted in accordance with NCAA transfer guidelines.

BEFORE UAA: Suited up for Army for one season ... found ice time in 24 games, registering 6 goals and 7 assists for Black Knights ... played for the BCHL’s Trail Smoke Eaters from 2006-08.

PERSONAL: Born May 24, 1988 ... son of Dwight and Vikki ... has one sister – Tiffany ... civil engineering major ... enjoys golf.

Goals (game)      1        8 times (last: 3/15/13 at SCSU)
Assists (game)    2        11/18/11 vs. MTU
Points (game)     2        2 times (last: 2/10/12 vs. MSU)
Goal Streak       n/a
Point Streak      3 gms    1/21/12-1/28/12
Multi-Point Gms   2 gms    last: 2/10/12 vs. MSU


Position: Defenseman
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 174
Year: Senior
Hometown: Anchorage (Army/Atlantic Hockey)
Experience: 2 Letters
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