Fourth NPF player to win the Rawlings Gold Glove.
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Warren grew up in Florida and before she became a successful softball player actually played nine years of baseball. She also played volleyball, basketball, track & field, and soccer. Last year, she became the fourth NPF player to win the Rawling Gold Glove Award.
Warren finished the 2020 season ranked second overall with 2020 points. She led the league with a .569 on base percentage and maintained a .510 batting average for the season. In the three weeks she served as captain, she posted an 8-1 record. In 2019 with the NPF, Warren slashed .298 with five home runs and 23 RBIs. She was the 2019 Rawlings Gold Glove winner and an All-NPF selection at third base.
- 2018 All-ACC First Team
- 2018 ACC Player of the Year
- 2018 NFCA Southeast All-Region Second Team
- 2018 NFCA Second Team All-American
- 2018 WCWS All-Tournament Team
- 2018 WCWS Most Outstanding Player
- 2018 NCAA National Champion
- 2017 USA Softball Player of the Year Top 10 Finalist
- 2017 All-ACC First Team
- 2017 ACC Defensive Player of the Year
- 2017 ACC Player of the Year
- 2017 NFCA Southeast All-Region First Team
- 2017 NFCA First Team All-American
- 2016 ACC Tournament MVP
- 2016 All-ACC First Team
- 2016 NFCA Southeast All-Region Second Team
- 2016 NFCA Third Team All-American
- 2015 NFCA Southeast All-Region Second Team
- 2015 All-ACC First Team
- 2015 ACC Freshman of the Year
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.