Warren Hill



  • DOB: 7/16/1992
  • Ht: 5-10
  • Wt: 250
  • Shoots: L
  • School: Syracruse
  • Hometown: Six Nations, Ontario

He completed his third season in the NLL and first with the franchise where he led the NLL with an .810 save percentage, which was the third best in team single-season history… He was 4-1 as a starter and finished third in goals-against average (10.36)… During the 2017-18 season, he saw action in two games, making 30 saves… He spent the 2017 season on the Swarm practice roster and has won an NLL Cup… He served as the netminder for the Iroquois National Team at the 2014 and 2018 FIL World Lacrosse Championships, winning a bronze medal both times… At the 2015 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship, he earned a silver medal with the Iroquois… He played for the Six Nations Snipers of the Arena Lacrosse League (ALL) in 2017 and 2018... In two seasons at Syracuse University (2015-16), he saw action in 16 games and finished with a 10.25 goals-against average… Before joining the Orange, he spent two years (2013-14) at Onondaga Community College (OCC), where he led the Lazers to a 35-0 record and two back-to-back junior college national championships… A two-time NJCAA All-American and NJCAA and Mid-State Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Hill made 343 saves and posted a 4.83 goals-against average in his two seasons… In his Senior “A” career, he won a Mann Cup as a member of the Six Nations Chiefs in 2016…. The previous two seasons, he suited up for the Senior “B” Six Nations Rivermen and backstopped the team to the 2015 President’s Cup championship… In 2014, he was named a First Team All-Star in the President’s Cup tournament… He won a bronze medal with the Iroquois Nationals at the 2012 U19 FIL World Lacrosse Championship… Was a member of the Junior “A” Six Nations Arrows for three seasons (2011-13) and collected a 30-8 regular season record… In 2011 and 2012, he was named a Second Team All-Star… In his final season, he received the Robert Melville Award for the lowest goals against in Junior A lacrosse…

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