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Background

WNBA TRANSACTIONS:
4/9/09: Selected in the third round (33rd overall) of the 2009 WNBA Draft.

COLLEGE:
2008-09: WBCA honorable mention All-American…WBCA Regional All-America Finalist…Candidate for Naismith Award…Honorable Mention Associated Press All-America…Mountain West Conference Player of the Year…Three-time First Team All-MWC (2007, 2008 and 2009)…Candidate for Lowe’s Senior Class Award…MWC Tournament MVP…Two-time Homorable Mention WBCA Player of the Month…Eight-time MWC Player of the Week…Three-year starter…Four-year letterwinner…Tallied 66 consecutive double-figure scoring games…Finished her career at Utah ranked fourth all-time in points with 1,886…Tallied a school record 439 career free throws made; recorded a career free-throw percentage of .883 (439-of-497)…Finished in the top 30 nationally in points per game (18.5)…Ranked second in the country in free-throw shooting (.904)…Tallied a school record 161 free throws made…Made 16-of- 16 free throws against USC (Dec. 30) which tied the best performance in the country and also set a school record…Led Utah in scoring in 17 games…Scored 20-plus points in 13 games…Recorded three double-doubles…Named MWC Player of the Week four times… Finished the season with a .425 shooting percentage from the field, a .375 shooting percentage from three-point range and a team-high 185 defensive rebounds…Averaged 6.2 rebounds per game and 3.42 assists per game…2007-08: Starter in all 32 games, averaging over 33 minutes per game…Named honorable mention All-America by AP…Became Utah’s 20th 1,000-point scorer against San Diego State on Jan. 16…First-team All-Mountain West Conference…Led conference in free throw percentage (.861), ranking 18th in the nation…Topped the team, second in the MWC with 17.2 points per game…Headed MWC in shots attempted (422), second in shots made (192), seventh in shooting percentage (.455)…Tallied double-digit scoring numbers in all 32 games, the longest streak in the conference…Also averaged 5.4 rebounds and 2.16 assists…One double-double (18 points, 12 rebounds at Wyoming)… Eight 20-plus point efforts, including a season-best 25 against Colorado State…Tallied 24 points in win over BYU, and 23 points vs. SDSU…Two 21-point games and three 20-point outings…Career-high 12 rebounds at Wyoming…Nine-rebound games at Air Force, South Dakota State and against Marist…Recorded 11 games of seven or more rebounds…Season-high six assists versus Weber State…Five helpers against South Dakota State…Three games with four assists…Season-high five steals against New Mexico… Two four-steal games and three, three-steal outings…2006-07: First-Team All-MWC…Started all 33 games…Averaged 33 minutes per game, playing in double-digit minutes each outing…Averaged a team-best 15.8 points and led the team (ninth nationally) with an .882 free throw percentage…Collected 4.8 rebounds per game and dished out 4.0 assists…Shot .410 from the floor, .338 from beyond the arc…Double-digit scoring in all but four games, and one double-double (19 points, 10 rebounds against UNLV)…Eight 20-point games, including a career-high 26 at Wyoming…Scored 25 against BYU and 23 against TCU and Pittsburgh…Grabbed 10 rebounds at UNLV which set a career high…Nine rebounds against BYU…Two games with a career-high seven assists (against Montana and Colorado State)…Four steals against UNLV and three, three-steal efforts…2005-06: Saw action in all 34 games as a true freshman…Made three starts…Made 50 percent (24-of-48) of her three-point attempts after Jan. 1, after opening the season 1-of-18 from behind the arc…Scored a season-high 14 points against Air Force on Jan. 18…Reached double-figure scoring eight times…Pulled down eight rebounds twice…Scored 11 points against Maryland in the Elite Eight, including back-to-back layups with less than three minutes left to pull Utah within one point.




Personal

  • Morgan Warburton is the daughter of John and Stacy Warburton
  • Mother and father both played basketball at Snow College
  • Sister Cassie played for the Southern Utah women’s basketball team and sister Chelsey played at Weber State
  • Earned all-state and all-region honors in basketball, volleyball and softball during her high school career
  • Led Carbon High School to state basketball championship in 2005
  • Paced team in scoring for three seasons
  • Named Class 3A MVP in 2005
  • Led her team to a Utah Class 3A state championship in volleyball in 2004 and was the Class 3A MVP

Career Transactions

4/9/09: Selected in the third round (33rd overall) of the 2009 WNBA Draft.

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