|Hometown:||Willow Springs, Ill.|
|High School:||Roosevelt High School|
|Club:||Sioux Falls Stampede|
2016-17 (Freshman): Appeared in all but one game during his first season in Hanover...Scored 6 goals with 3 helpers for a total of 9 points...Added his first two goals of the season in back-to-back games; first led the Big Green to a 5-2 victory at Robert Morris on Nov. 27, and second at Clarkson on Dec. 2...Credited with the game-winning goal at home vs. UNH on Dec. 10...Had two goals at home vs. UMass Lowell on Dec. 31...Tallied his final two assists of the season, once in a 4-2 victory at RPI on Jan. 14 and then another at Harvard on Feb. 3.
Before Dartmouth: A two-year player for the Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL), Warpecha played in over 100 regular season games and 18 playoff contests. His time in the USHL was highlighted by winning the Clark Cup during the 2014-15 season. This year, despite being asked to play more of a defensive role, the six-foot forward more than doubled his point totals from the year before. An Illinois native, Warpecha played for the Chicago Mission AAA program of the High Performance Hockey League. In his second year on the Mission U16 team, his group won a Central District title, earning a bid to the Tier 1 USA Hockey Nationals, where they won a U16 National Championship. In 2013-14, he again showed offensive improvement by more than tripling his point totals from the previous season. Daniel was also selected to participate in two USA Hockey Festivals.
Personal: Daniel is the son of Jacek and Annette Warpecha and has one sister...Enjoys fishing and camping...Fluent in Polish...At Dartmouth, he plans to study economics for a career in business.