Charles Warne
Charles  Warne


Davis, Calif.

High School:
Jesuit HS '02

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 165



2005: Made 8 starts in net, compiling 687:35... Also saw brief action as field player vs. Dayton (9/11) and at UC Irvine (9/23)... Posted 28 saves against just 7 goals for .800 save average... Finished with 0.92 GAA... Earned first shutout vs. Notre Dame de Namur (9/7), posting 3 saves in 1-0 win... Also blanked Cal Poly (10/14), stopping 3 shots... Recorded season-best 8 saves in 110 minutes at UC Riverside (9/25), his third of three double-OT starts.

2004: Started 17 games in net, logging 1,550:08 minutes... Surrendered 26 goals for 1.51 GAA... Posted 75 saves for .743 save percentage... Had 2 shutouts and combined (with Jake Martini) on a third... First shutout was 1-0 home victory over San Diego State (9/24)... Later blanked Sacramento State, 1-0 (11/9)... Tallied career-high 11 saves vs. Santa Clara (9/4).

2003: Appeared in 6 games, starting one... Made most of first career start: posted 3 saves and earned first career shutout in 1-0 overtime win over S.F. State (10/28)... Had 2 saves in 30:42 to earn decision in Aggies' 2-1 win at Sonoma State (10/25).

2002: Redshirted.

JESUIT HS '02: Earned first-team all-city and All-Metro League honors as a senior... Compiled school-record 19 shutouts... Led team to Metro League title and CIF Sac-Joaquin Section championship in final season... Team finished with a 27-1-1 record and No.4 national ranking... Posted 19 shutouts in career, most in school history... Played club ball for Davis Eclipse, reaching 2002 State Cup final.

PERSONAL: Born in Minnesota... Dean's List student, majoring in English... Parents are Bruce & Diane Warne... His uncle, Chris Mietus, earned all-conference baseball honors for UC Davis... Career highlight was beating archrival Davis HS in the CIF-SJS semis... As such, he would title his autobiography "Jesuit 2, Davis 1".