2012: After returning from a season-ending surgery to correct a femoral condyle defect in his right knee, Warzycha made one appearance as a substitute for Sporting Kansas City. He made his MLS – and Sporting – debuts on June 16, 2012 after being subbed on in the late stages of a match against Toronto FC.
2011: Just into his first preseason as a professional with Sporting Kansas City, Warzycha was diagnosed with a femoral condyle defect in his right knee and was forced to miss 6-8 months after undergoing surgery.
Played four years for the Ohio State University and recorded 13 goals and nine assists in 75 games from 2007-2010. As a freshman, he helped the Buckeyes to an appearance in the 2007 NCAA College Cup Final. Earned a Second Team All-Big Ten selection in 2009 and then led the Buckeyes in scoring with eight goals in his senior season, earning him First Team All-Big Ten honors.
The Dublin, Ohio native played at Jerome High School and was a First-Team All Ohio selection as a senior. He led the team to a district championship after being named Team MVP for a second time. Warzycha recorded 44 goals and 34 assists in three seasons at Jerome and was a two-time All-Ohio Capital Conference, including 2006 OCC Player of the Year honors. He also played club soccer for the Blast Football Club from 1998-2007
Konrad is the son of Head Coach Robert Warzycha. Konrad is the second son of an MLS player to play in the MLS, after Sporting Kansas City striker Teal Bunbury followed in the footsteps of former Kansas City forward Alex Bunbury. Konrad is only the second player in MLS history to play for his father, joining Michael Bradley, who played under his father, Bob, with the NY/NJ MetroStars. Warzycha has two younger siblings, brother Bartosz and sister Olivia.