Personal: Warden was named an assistant women's lacrosse coach at Arizona State on July 20, 2022, after spending the previous three seasons at James Madison. She grew up in a lacrosse family where all four children played at the NCAA Division I level. In 2021, Warden completed a graduate certificate in cyber intelligence at James Madison.
2022 Season: Warden accumulated 863 leaderboard points. She had four games with 100 or more leaderboard points, with her season-high being 153 points in the Week One finale against Team Waters. Warden ranked fifth in the league with 27 draw controls. Starting all 12 games, she contributed four goals and two assists. She scored a goal with an assist in the season opener against Team Glynn and against Team Moreno on July 31. Warden also scored a goal in back-to-back games against Team Apuzzo and Team Moreno to begin Week Three. Her Week Two finale performance included a season-high five draw controls.
2021 Season: Warden posted 1,287 leaderboard points. She had seven games with 100 or more points and scored nine goals with five assists in 15 games. Warden led the league with 20 caused turnovers, including three caused turnovers in three different games. She tied for second in the league with 34 ground balls and had a season-high of five ground balls against Team Douty on July 25 and against Team Arsenault on August 16. Warden had back-to-back two-goal efforts against Team Cummings and Team Glynn to open Week Four.
International Experience: Warden has also represented Team USA at the 2021 USA Lacrosse Fall Classic and served as an alternate for the 2022 World Championship squad that won the Gold medal.
Other Professional Experience: Warden played two seasons with the Upstate Pride of the Women's Professional Lacrosse League. During the 2019 campaign, she scored four goals with an assist and added 15 draw controls.
At James Madison: Warden was a four-year letter winner at James Madison University. She led the Dukes to the 2018 NCAA Division I title and started 64 out of 84 career games from 2015-2018. Warden helped the Dukes secure 61 victories, the second-highest total by a senior class in program history. She also guided James Madison to three Colonial Athletic Association titles and four NCAA Tournament appearances. Warden scored 101 goals with 33 assists during her college career. She was a nominee for the 2018 Tewaaraton Award and was named the Most Outstanding Player at the 2018 NCAA Tournament. Warden was a two-time Inside Lacrosse All-America Second Team selection and received Third-Team IWLCA All-America distinction in 2017. She was honored as the 2017 CAA Player of the Year and also received recognition as the 2018 CAA Defensive Player of the Year. Warden was a three-time All-CAA selection and a member of the 2015 CAA All-Rookie Team. She holds the James Madison career record with 245 draw controls and ranks second in program history with 119 career caused turnovers. Warden tallied 146 career ground balls, placing her eighth on JMU's all-time list. She also holds the second position in JMU single-season history with 108 draw controls in 2018 and has two of the top three single-season caused turnover totals in program history.