Lindsey Greene and Brittny Drish led the way for the Redbirds with three RBI each
The alumni team features players from four different decades, including three hall of famers
ISU will play two times at Marian Kneer Stadium, four at Champion Fields and two at the Corn Crib
A total of 205 Redbird student-athletes were named to the MVC Honor Roll.
Earning the prestigious Most Valuable Player Award was senior pitcher Jordan Birch.
2012: Capital One Academic All-District 5 First Team honoree...named to the Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete First Team, becoming just the 21st player in league history to earn first-team honors in all three years of eligibility...appeared in 25 games inside the circle and made 22 starts...posted a 9-8 record with a 3.99 ERA...notched 51 strikeouts and three shutouts in 112.1 innings of work...recorded a complete-game shutout by scattering eight hits and striking out three at Northern Illinois (Mar. 27)...earned her second shutout of the season by allowing just five hits in seven innings vs. Evansville (Apr. 7)...allowed just six hits in a complete-game shutout of Drake (Apr. 14).
2011: Named to the All-Missouri Valley Conference Second Team...All-MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team recipient...earned Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District V Second Team accolades...finished 15-7 and made 22 starts for the Redbirds...led the team with a 2.93 ERA, a .231 opposing batting average and 17 complete games...tallied 100 strikeouts in 145.2 innings and recorded three shutouts and two saves...struck out a career-high 15 batters in a one-hit shutout in the season opener vs. East Carolina at the Red and Black Showcase in Athens, Ga. (Feb. 11)...allowed just one hit and an unearned run vs. Temple in Tampa, Fla. (Feb. 26)...tossed her third one-hitter of the season and picked up the win in ISU's 3-1 win over Indiana in the NCAA Tournament (May 21)...committed just two errors in 44 chances defensively.
2010: Named to the 2010 All-MVC Second Team ... earned Valley Pitcher of the Week (May 10) ... named MVC Scholar-Athlete on May 10 ... threw a no-hitter and led the Illinois State softball team to a doubleheader sweep over Southern Illinois at the Charlotte West Stadium in Carbondale, Ill., which was the first no-hitter of Warner's collegiate career and it was the first time a Redbird pitcher has thrown a no-hitter since pitching coach Shannon Nicholson accomplished the feat ... finished the 2010 season with 15 wins and 11 loses, starting 24 of them ... recorded five shutouts ... pitched the most innings of any other Redbird pitcher with 169.0 ... struck out 125 batters and held opponents to a .226 batting average ... had two putouts and 42 assists.
2009: Appeared in 19 games in the circle for the Redbirds with six wins and one loss...recorded a 2.49 ERA on the season...led the Redbirds in won-loss percentage (.857), games finished (10) and games in relief (11)...struck out 44 in 40.1 innings pitched.
Sherrard HS: Played summer softball with the Quad City Dynamite Dreamers ... set the Sherrard High School single-season record for strikeouts (295) and ERA (0.23) ... also owns Sherrard's career strikeouts record (1,130) ... tied the school record for most strikeouts in a game with 22 ... set the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) record for most consecutive strikeouts with 35 during junior season ... a three-time team defensive MVP ... a two-time all-state honoree and a four-year first-team all-conference selection ... a four-time Moline Dispatch all-area team member ... high school team was regional champion freshman, sophomore and junior year ... had a 12.17 strikeouts per game average junior year.
Personal: Born May 11, 1990 ... Parents: Mike and Diane Warner ... Sibling: Matt ... AFNI Honor Roll ... Major: exercise science.