|Hometown:||South Pasadena, Calif.|
|High School:||South Pasadena|
2017: Earned NWPC Defensive Player of the Week twice (Oct. 4, Oct. 25) … Totaled 80 saves, seven assists, and 10 steals on the season … Registered a .408 save percentage … Made double-figure saves in each of three games … Stopped a season-high 13 shots at Santa Clara (Oct. 21) … Turned aside 12 shots vs. Cal Baptist (Oct. 20).
2016: Made 81 saves on the season … Recorded a 60.0 percent save percentage … Added 16 assists and 10 steals on the year … Stopped three 5-meter penalty shots … Turned aside a season-high 15 shots vs. Conn. College (Sept. 28) … Tallied 10 or more saves in each of five games … Helped Brown win the NWPC regular season title … Earned ACWPC All-Academic Team honors.
2015: Earned CWPA Northern Division Rookie of the Week on Oct. 1 … Totaled 94 saves, 10 assists, and five steals on the year with a 53.4 percent save percentage … Made a season-high 16 saves at MIT (Sept. 19) … Stopped 13 shots and a 5-meter penalty shot vs. Conn. College (Oct. 9) … Turned aside 10 or more shots in each of six games … Helped Brown claim the Ivy Championship and the CWPA Northern Division regular season and tournament titles … Earned ACWPC All-Academic Team honors.
Before Brown: Earned Third Team All-CIF Division III honors in 2013 … Gained first team all-area and all-league accolades as a sophomore and senior … Captained South Pasadena as a senior … Won Team MVP honors in 2014 and Team Defensive MVP in the previous three years … Played for coaches Jason Falitz, Mike Gonzalez, Josh Rodriguez, and Dan Leyson … Garnered AP Scholar with Distinction laurels … Competed on the club level for Rose Bowl Water Polo Club.
Personal: William is the son of Robert and Mila Renken … Has one older sibling, Anika, and one younger sibling, Jack … Missed three months of school due to illness as a high school junior but still scored three 5s on his AP tests … Born on February 28, 1997 … Neuroscience concentrator.