24 Justin Warnes
24 Justin Warnes
Height: 6’3”
Weight: 180
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Toledo, Ohio
High School: Bowsher
Position: G

Is set to continue to be a big factor in the Scots’ success as a defensive specialist on the perimeter … Possesses good athleticism and will be a factor at times offensively as well … 2010-11: Played an integral role in the Scots’ national runner-up finish, averaging 23.0 minutes during the six NCAA Div. III Championships games, and was part of all 34 games with one start … Averaged 3.5 points, coming on a .531 field-goal percentage, and 2.2 rebounds overall … Defensive stopper, headlined by frustrating D3hoops.com national Player of the Year, Michael Taylor, into 8-of-20 field-goal shooting and seven turnovers during the Scots’ 76-66 win over then-No. 1 Whitworth (March 12), which vaulted them into the national semifinals … Also scored 11 points that game, including a thunderous first-half dunk that electrified the crowd and inspired the team … Career-high 12 points came against Hiram (Dec. 1) … Also had five rebounds three times to match career best in that category … 2009-10: Regular factor as a defensive stopper, playing in all 31 games with one start … Averaged more than 12.0 minutes (12.8 mpg) … Steadily became more of a force offensively, with 30 of his 48 points coming during the final nine games … Season-high nine came on 3-of-3 field goals and 3-of-3 free throws against archrival Wittenberg (Feb. 13) … Tallied season-high five rebounds and a steal at then-No. 6 Randolph-Macon (Dec. 14) … 2008-09: Missed significant time due to illness and injuries and was primarily a member of the jayvee team … Prior to Wooster: Collected honorable mention on the all-city team twice at E.L. Bowsher High School, which is coached by John Rice … Averaged 16 points and four assists as a senior and 12 points and three assists his junior year with the Rebels … Lettered three times in basketball and once in baseball … Personal: Was born on Jan. 26, 1990 … Son of Rick and Ann Warnes … Majoring in business economics.