Gina Warren came to UT Martin from her hometown of Halls and was one of the most versatile athletes to ever compete at the university. She started 104 of 106 basketball games in her four-year career and is near the top of the the all-time scoring list with 1,130 points.
As a tennis player, she helped lead the university to it's first-ever OVC title in the conference in her senior year. She captured both the No. 5 singles title and No. 3 doubles title, earning double All-OVC honors. Warren was the recipient of numerous honors, including the Bettye Giles Award which annually goes to the university's top female athlete. An honors graduate, she served as men's and women's assistant tennis coach from 1994-98. She was named interim director of campus recreation and continues to serve as coordinator of intramural sports, a position she has held since 1998.
Elected as a team co-captain, he was a Football Gazette All-American and two-time All-GSC selection both as a receiver and kick returner. He was named to the Quarter Century All-Gulf South team, the leading vote getter among the receivers.
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