Collen Warner

Collen Warner
Collen Warner
Real Name: Collen Warner
HT: 5' 10" WT: 178
Age: 27 (06/24/1988)
Birthplace: Denver, Colorado
Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Canadian Championship:

A marqué son premier but en carrière le 1er juin à Kansas City, un but gagnant dans une victoire de 2-1… A disputé 17 matchs de saison régulière, dont neuf départs… A débuté le match de barrage contre Houston en séries éliminatoires de la MLS… A aussi aidé l’équipe à remporter le Championnat canadien Amway, jouant quatre matchs, dont deux comme partant… A ensuite débuté trois matchs de la Ligue des Champions de la CONCACAF… A enregistré une mention d’aide en quatre départs dans la Ligue réserve de la MLS. / Scored his first MLS career goal – a game-winner – on June 1 in 2-1 win in Kansas City… Played 17 regular season games, including nine starts… Started the Eastern Conference Knockout Round game against Houston in the MLS Playoffs… Also helped the team win the Amway Canadian Championship, playing all four games, including two starts… Started three CONCACAF Champions League games… Registered one assist in four starts in MLS Reserve League play.

2012: Set personal bests with 29 games played, 27 starts, 2,431 minutes of play and 32 shots… Recorded his first assist with the Impact on May 26 in Colorado… Started two Amway Canadian Championship games as well as two MLS Reserve League games, registering one assist… Also played in international matches against Olympique Lyonnais and Bologna FC.

2011: Started 15 of 24 games in his second MLS season, tallying five assists… Selected by the Impact in the 2011 MLS Expansion Draft on November 23.

2010: Drafted in the first round, 15th overall, by Real Salt Lake in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft… Made his Real Salt Lake debut in U.S. Open Cup qualifying on April 14… Played 13 regular season games, including four starts, making his MLS debut against the Galaxy on April 17… Started two of three CONCACAF Champions League games, recording one goal and one assist… Also played two games on loan with USSF D2 side AC St-Louis in August against NSC Minnesota, before quickly being recalled by the club… Made his MLS Cup playoff debut in November against FC Dallas in the second leg of the Western Conference Semifinal Series.

2009: Scored two goals in six games with the Portland Timbers U23’s of the USL Premier Development League.

2007-2008: Scored two goals in 18 games with the Colorado Rapids U23’s of the USL Premier Development League.

Played three years with the University of Portland, concluding his career with 20 goals and 20 assists for a total of 60 points in 79 games… Named three consecutive times to the All-West Coast Conference First-Team.

Member of the Colorado ODP State Team from 2001 to 2004… Played for the Colorado Rush club team for five years… Trained with English Premier League players and coaches at the Liverpool Youth Academy in 2002… Trained with Italy’s Serie A Atalanta Club Youth Academy in 2005… Played four years at Denver East High School, where he was the Team MVP and an All-Conference selection in 2005.

Son of Darrick Warner and Marcia Scott-Warner… Has an older brother, Kenan… Majored in Environmental Science at the University of Portland.


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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2015Toronto FC292021747215445070
2014Toronto FC201901617213040030
2014Montreal Impact9906780819211
2013Montreal Impact1791876010324020
2012Montreal Impact292702431132244060
2011Real Salt Lake241501106516828431
2010Real Salt Lake13404260624120
Career Totals-1411033888110100201947242
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