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30 Shane Warren
Shane  Warren

RS Senior

Alexandria, Va.

High School:
Thomas Jefferson

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 165



• Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Four-year letter winner at Thomas Jefferson for coach Dan Pototsky
• Four-time All-Concorde District selection including a three-time first team selection
• Second team All-Northern Region as a junior and senior
• Honorable mention All-Metropolitan as a junior and senior
• Served as team captain as a senior
• Named a VHSCA All-Star
• Four-time team MVP
• Voted class's best athlete
• Set Thomas Jefferson career records in hits (98), career at-bats (261), career batting average (.375), career runs (65), career triples (7), career total bases (144) and career steals (44)
• Hit .414 with 22 runs scored, 15 RBI and 12 stolen bases as a senior
• Career Pitching Stats: 41 appearances, 13 wins, 186 innings, 154 strikeouts, 51 walks
• Also lettered three years in basketball and three years in football where he played wide receiver, quarterback and cornerback
• Earned first-team All-District as a wide receiver and second-team All-District as a cornerback
• National Merit Finalist, AP Scholar with Distinction

• Full name is Shane Kalani Warren
• Parents are Jim and Jan Warren
• Born on Sept. 21, 1986
• Has a brother, Justin, who played football at Princeton • Father played baseball at the University of Iowa


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