Andrea Warner begins her third season as an assistant coach after completing a four-year career (1997-2000) as a Trojan. She will assist with the midfielders as one of her main responsibilities.
Warner played in every match at USC, starting in 62 of 84 matches as a midfielder. She is seventh on USC's all-time list with 12 assists and tied for 10th with 34 points (11-12=34). In 1998, Warner scored game-winning goals against Pepperdine and No. 7 BYU. Her goal against BYU earned her a spot on the Soccer America Team of the Week.
Twice, she earned Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention honors (1998 and 2000).
During her high school career, Warner was named to the 1997 Orange County Register All-Orange County and All-South Coast League first team as a senior at Dana Hills High in Dana Point, Calif. She was named team MVP as a senior and a sophomore and also earned All-League first team honors as a sophomore. She also played on the Southern California Blues club team, which won the State Cup championship in 1997 and participated with Olympic Development Program Under-14, Under-15 and Under-17 teams.
As a coach, she earned her "D" license with the United States Soccer Federation in June 2002. She graduated in May 2001 with a bachelor's degree in education and currently resides in Long Beach.