Dowzicky & Warren Named Honorable Mention All-American
Carl Dowzicky led Navy with 74 points as a sophomore
Feb. 26, 2014
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Navy water polo players Carl Dowzicky and Carpenter Warren were recently named honorable mention All-American by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches after standout sophomore campaigns.
These accolades mark the 15th straight year that a Navy water polo player has earned All-American status and the duo becomes the 22nd and 23rd players in the program's history to garner All-America distinction. Since 1984, the 23 players have combined for 34 overall awards. Dowzicky and Warren were two of 13 total Eastern players to be named to an All-America squad.
Dowzicky (Collegeville, Pa.) was recognized as the 2013 CWPA Southern Division Player of the Year after leading the Mids with 74 points and 58 total goals. A complete player on both ends of the pool, the sophomore accumulated a team-high 31 steals in 31 games.
Warren (Baltimore, Md.) joined Dowzicky amongst the hierarchy of Navy scorers as he came in second on the team in goals with 53 and third in points with 66. A clutch performer, Warren was named the CWPA Southern Division Player of the Week on November 14 in recognition of his 12-point (10 goal, 2 assist) performance during the Mids' four-game tournament run on their way to the CWPA Southern Division title.
Navy finished its 2013 campaign with a 19-15 record, the CWPA Southern Division tournament crown and a third place finish at the CWPA Championship.