Junior (2004): Dynamic player who is active all over the field ... good stick skills and an excellent defender ... logs a lot of minutes ... career-high in goals (17), assists (5) and points (22) in final campaign ... tallied an assist, four draw controls and two ground balls in season-ending loss to Georgetown (5/16) ... scored a goal against Temple in NCAA Tournament (5/13) ... career-high three points on two goals and one assist in win over Loyola (5/1) ... four ground balls against No. 1 Princeton (4/28) ... scored one goal against UVa at ACC Tourney (4/23) ... pair of goals on free-position shots over Johns Hopkins (4/10) ... also had a ground ball and a caused turnover ... scored one goal and scooped two ground balls in victory over No. 2 Georgetown (4/7) ... tacked on a goal in win over Denver (4/2) ... a goal, two draw controls and three ground balls in win over Ohio State (3/28) ... one assist in win over Penn State (3/26) ... four ground balls and two caused turnovers against Dartmouth (3/23) ... one goal, one assist in rout of Old Dominion (3/19) ... also took a game-high five draw controls for the Terps.
2003 (Sophomore): Starter in all 22 Maryland games ... finished the season with seven goals and four assists for 11 points ... collected 40 ground balls ... caused 18 turnovers ... had 15 draw controls ... had a goal and assist against Georgetown (4/2) and Temple (5/8) ... also found the back of the net against George Mason (2/25), Penn State (3/28), Ohio State (3/30), Virginia Tech (4/26) and Dartmouth (5/11).
2002 (Freshman): Earned playing time in 19 games with no starts ... finished the season with a pair of goals and an assist ... also had nine ground balls, two caused turnovers and one draw control ... found the net for the first time right out of the gate as she got the Terps on the board against UNC (3/3) after falling behind, 3-0 ... other goal came at William & Mary (4/10) ... lone assist of the season was against No. 9 Dartmouth (3/19).
Prep: A graduate of Howells of Llandaff School in Cardiff, Wales ... earned her first full senior "cap" for Wales in 2000 in the Home Internationals (Wales, England and Scotland participants) ... a cap is an actual hat awarded to a player when they play their first full "capable" game at a certain level ... vice captain of the Wales under-19 squad for the 1999 World Cup in Perth, Australia ... was MVP of the Japan game at Perth ... selected by Wales to play in the European games in Stockholm, Sweden, at age 15 (1997) ... also excelled in soccer, netball, field hockey and cross country.
Personal: Laura Warren was born in Cilgerran, Wales ... is the daughter of Jeff Warren and Maria Jones ... majoring in kinesiology.
Career Statistics Year GP-GS G A Pts. 2002 19-0 2 1 3 2003 22-22 7 4 11 2004 20-20 17 5 22 Totals 61-42 26 10 36