Steven Warner
Steven Warner
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Kent, Wash.
High School: Kentwood HS '09
Position: Hurdles
Experience: 4L*


Indoor Best at EWU

55m 6.66 • 200m 23.5 • 55m Hurdles 7.61 • 60m Hurdles 8.07

Outdoor Best at EWU

200m 23.47 • 110m Hurdles 14.29 • 400m Hurdles 56.29

All-Big Sky Accolades: 2012 Outdoor: 110m Hurdles, 3rd. 2012 Indoor: Champion in 60m Hurdles.

2012-13: Indoor: Redshirted. Outdoor: Warner finished fourth in the 110 hurdles at the BSC Outdoor Championships, running a time of 14.49 in the finals. He ran his season best of 14.43 in the prelims of the conference meet. Warner ran a personal-best time of 56.29 in the 400 hurdles at the All-Idaho Cup, placing third in his heat and eighth overall. He also hit a time of 14.48 in the 110 hurdles and 56.92 in the 400 hurdles at the Al Manuel Invitational. He was named to the spring Big Sky All-Academic team.

2011-12: Indoor: After being hampered with a hamstring injury for most of the season, Warner won the 60 hurdles at the BSC Indoor Championships, edging out the runner-up by a millisecond with a school-record time of 8.07. The previous record by Greg Rooney was set in 1980. He won the 55 hurdles at the Candy Cane Invite, running a time of 7.72. Warner also hit a personal-best time of 6.68 in the 55 at the Candy Cane Invite. Outdoor: He placed third at the BSC Outdoor Championships in the 110 hurdles with a time of 14.37. His personal-best time of 14.29 in the prelims was a mere .01 off the school record. In a string of two weeks at meets in California, Warner recorded very consistent times in the 110 hurdles in four different races. He ran 14.61 (prelims) and 14.62 (finals) at the Stanford Invite, 14.59 at the Mt. Sac Relays and 14.62 at the Beach Invitational. Warner was selected to the spring Big Sky All-Academic team.

2010-11: Indoor: Warner placed fourth in the 60 hurdles at the BSC Indoor Championships with a time of 8.35, a season best. His best time prior to the championships was 8.40, which he hit twice during the season (UW Invitational, Bronco Open). He was selected to the winter Big Sky All-Academic team. Outdoor: Redshirted.

2009-10: Indoor: As a true freshman, Warner placed fifth in the 55 hurdles at the BSC Indoor Championships with a time of 7.65. In the prelims, Warner ran a tick faster, hitting a personal best of 7.64. That time ranks Warner sixth in school history. Outdoor: Warner placed fifth in the 110 hurdles at the BSC Outdoor Championships with a season-best time of 14.60. He also ran 14.68 at the Mt. SAC Relays to place 13th overall. He recorded a personal best in the 400 hurdles at the Mt. SAC Relays, clocking a time of 57.01. He was selected to the winter and spring Big Sky All-Academic teams.

High School: Warner won the 110 hurdles at the 2009 WIAA 4A State Championships with a time of 14.23. He had placed third in the state meet his junior year (14.70) and fourth during his sophomore year (15.00). He also reached state in the 300 hurdles during his junior and sophomore seasons, placing eighth in 2007 but being disqualified in 2008. Warner competed at the Border Duel Track Classic in 2008, placing second in the 110 hurdles (14.85) and sixth in the 300 hurdles (41.19). His career-best time in the 300 hurdles was 39.28, which came at the West Central Districts.

Personal: Exercise Science major (Pre-Physical Therapy). Born 9/20/90 in Seattle, Wash. His parents are Lyndon Warner and Janene Mapes.

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