2005 (Sophomore): Outfielder who started the season as the fourth or even fifth outfielder but took advantage of an opportunity because of injuries and stayed in the lineup for the rest of the season, exiting only because of his own injury ... Missed 10 days after running into a wall in mid-April ... Played in 46 games, starting 35, batting .331 with 12 doubles, one homer and 21 RBIs ... Also scored 22 runs, walked nine times and stole three bases ... Batted .435 (20-for-46) with two outs ... Second on team with .387 average in Sun Belt games ... Had team's longest hitting streak of the year, hitting in 15 consecutive contests ... Went 2-for-4 with a double, a run and two RBIs at Belmont, his first career start ... Walked twice, doubled and drove in a run in series opener versus Southeastern Louisiana ... Had three hits, scored a run and drove in another at Memphis ... Went 2-for-2 with a double and one RBI off the bench in opener at Southwest Missouri State ... Began a 15-game hitting streak on Friday against New Orleans with two hits ... Batted .458 (27-for-59) during the 15-game stretch with nine doubles, 11 RBIs and 13 runs scored ... Doubled twice on Saturday and Sunday versus UNO, collecting five hits, scoring three times and driving in three runs in the final two contests ... Doubled and scored twice against Austin Peay ... Had two hits and scored versus Belmont ... Went 2-for-5 with two RBIs, a double and a run in opener at Western Kentucky ... Collected two more hits with a double on Saturday and homered, had two hits and three RBIs in finale against WKU ... Injured shoulder running into the rightfield wall on Tuesday versus Memphis and missed next 10 days ... Returned at Arkansas State, walking twice and singling in first game of doubleheader ... Singled as pinch-hitter in second game of twinbill ... Had two hits with a run and one RBI in finale at ASU ... Collected two hits and scored a run in all three games versus Florida International, doubling twice on Sunday ... Hitting streak came to an end against Lipscomb with an 0-for-4 effort ... Singled in four at-bats in victory at Vanderbilt ... Went 2-for-4 with a run hitting in No. 2 spot on Saturday at 18th-ranked Louisiana-Lafayette ... Singled and drove in two runs versus Western Kentucky at Sun Belt Tournament.
2004 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 games, mostly as a pinch-runner or defensive replacement, going 1-for-7 with a walk, stolen base and run scored ... Had one at-bat each versus IP-Fort Wayne, Jacksonville State, Southeastern Louisiana, at Lipscomb, at Belmont, versus Southwest Missouri State, and at Tennessee Tech ... Only hit came at Belmont ... Scored a run at Southeastern Louisiana ... Walked and stole a base versus Dayton.
High School: Four-year letterwinner for coach Jimmy Carey at USJ ... Named All-District, All-Region and All-West Tennessee as sophomore, junior and senior ... Voted All-State as junior and senior and All-State Tournament Team as sophomore and junior ... Squad won state titles as sophomore and junior and finished runner-up as senior ... Earned Jackson Sun Player of the Year, West Tennessee POY and Class A Best of the West POY as senior ... Batted .507 with 83 hits, 84 RBIs, 74 runs, 14 home runs and 31 stolen bases as senior ... Batted .437 with 208 hits and 210 runs scored in career ... Holds school records for batting average, hits, triples, RBIs, runs scored and slugging percentage in a season ... Second in state of Tennessee in hits, third in RBIs in single season ... Holds state tournament records for most doubles (4), hits (4) and runs scored (4) in a game ... Also four-year letterwinner in football, where squad was combined 50-6 ... Named All-West Tennessee as junior and senior and All-Region final three years ... Served as team captain as senior ... Honorable Mention All-State on defense as junior and All-State on offense as senior ... President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes as junior.
Personal: Adam Parker Warren ... Son of Karl and Martha Warren ... Born July 25, 1984 ... Majoring in Political Science.