University of Iowa Athletics
- Started 36 games for the Hawkeyes
- 2022-23 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten
- Earned B1G Honor Roll on Jan. 2, averaging 18 ppg, 7.5 rpg, and shot the ball 63% from behind the arc.
- Recorded her 14th career double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds, and two assists against No. 2 Indiana (Feb. 9)
- Set season-high six assists against UNI (Dec. 18)
- Netted a season-high five 3-point field goals against Purdue (Dec. 29)
- Ranks ninth for most made 3-pointers in school history. (180)
- Registered double figures in 20 games this season.
- Became the 41st Hawkeye to eclipse 1,000 career points.
- Ranks 13th in all-time career rebounds with 755
- Is the eighth Iowa women’s basketball player to eclipse more than 1,000 points and 640 rebounds in a career.
- Notched a career-high 3 blocks against SE Louisiana (March 17)
- Letter winner.
McKenna M. Warnock is back again.
— Iowa Women’s Basketball (@IowaWBB) March 27, 2023
- Started all 27 games she played, missing five due to injury
- Earned second team All-Big Ten Honors by the media and was named an honorable mention by the coaches.
- Led the team in 3-point percentage (42.3), shooting 42-for 102
- Recorded a season best game at Nebraska (Jan. 9), shooting 7-for-9 from 3-point range (77.8 percent), pulled down 10 rebounds, and added two assists and two steals
- Registered two double-doubles this season, tallying 11 in her career
- Pulled down seven or more rebounds in 12 games
- Tied career-high assists (7) against UCF (Dec. 18).
- Tallied career-high points (25) at Penn State (Jan. 25)
- Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors
- Appeared and started in 29 games.
- Named to Big Ten Player of the Week Honor Roll on Dec. 4 – the second Big Ten honor of her career.
- Registered seven double-doubles, tallying nine in her career, and three consecutive in Iowa’s postseason matchups against Michigan St., Maryland and Central Michigan.
- Set personal-best 22 points against Michigan St. (Jan. 26) and 17 rebounds at Northwestern (Jan. 9).
- Averaged 12 points, eight rebounds, and 3.1 assists per game.
- Scored in double figures in 21 games.
- Led the Hawkeyes in rebounds, pulling down 10 or more in 11 games
- Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors
- Appeared in all 30 games and started three games
- Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team by the coaches
- Tabbed Freshman of the Week (Jan. 27) to earn the first Big Ten weekly honor of her career after recording her second career double-double, scoring a career-high 22 points and pulling in 10 rebounds against Michigan State (Jan. 26).
- Recorded her first double-double in her Hawkeye debut versus Florida Atlantic, scoring 10 points and pulling in 10 rebounds
- Averaged 8.0 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game
- Scored in double fugures in 10 games, including two 20-point games
- Pulled in five or more rebounds in 15 games
- Attended Monona Grove High School under the direction of Tyler Kuehl.
- Named Miss Wisconsin Basketball (2019)
- 2019 MaxPreps All-American
- Wisconsin Gatorade Basketball Player of the Year (2019)
- Three-time Adidas All-American and selected to play for Adidas USA in Italy (2018)
- 2019 Naismith High School Girls’ Watch List
- Averaged 29.7 points and 12.9 rebounds per game as a senior
- Finished career (89 games) with 2,311 points, 954 rebounds, 243 assists, 177 steals, and 159 blocks
- Voted top Wisconsin girls wing in 2019
- 2019 McDonalds All-American nominee
- Four-time unanimous first team Wisconsin State Journal all-area team
- Four-time AP all-state selection
- Four-time unanimous first team all-conference honoree
- Led the Badger South Conference in scoring and rebounding all four years
- Four-time unanimous Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association first team honoree
- Became Monona Grove’s all-time leading scorer (boys and girls) and all-time leading rebounder during junior season.
- Standout athlete in volleyball and track; four-time all-state volleyball team selection
- Played for Wisconsin Flight Elite – the 2018 adidas Gauntlet National Champions – under head coach Nic Levy and won 2018 Adidas National Championship.
- ESPN Hoopgirlz Top-100 Recruit and ranked No. 52 by Prospect Nation in 2019 class
- National Honor Society member
- Daughter of Karri and Mark Warnock.
- Mom, Karri, is originally from Muscatine, Iowa.
- Has two sister, Taylor and Lyndsey