- Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman (2013)
Sophomore (2014): Appeared in 29 games on the mound for the Hatters, all in relief ... Assumed the role as closer, picking up 10 saves on the year to go with a 5-3 record and a team-best 2.42 ERA ... Was third in the A-Sun in saves ... Closed the season with a stretch where he earned either a win or save in eight of his last 10 appearances ... Earned a pair of saves in the Boston College (2/21 & 23) series with a combined three perfect innings ... Gave up two runs in 1.2 innings against Furman (3/1) to take his first loss ... Allowed two runs in 2/3 of an inning at South Carolina (3/5) to take his second loss ... Earned a save against Siena (3/9) with two perfect innings ... Fourth save came at ETSU (3/22) with a perfect ninth inning ... Earned his fifth save against Florida A&M with 3.0 innings, allowing on hit ... Sixth save came against USF (4/1) ... Longest outing of the year was a 4.0 inning effort against Bethune-Cookman (4/8) in which he struck out six to earn his seventh save ... Earned his first win against Lipscomb (4/17) with 3.2 innings of work in which he allowed two hits and struck out four ... Took a loss at Florida State (4/23) after allowing two runs in two innings ... Bounced back with a victory at UNF (4/26) by blanking the Ospreys on one hit over three innings with six strikeouts ... Also earned conference wins against Jacksonville (5/4) and Mercer (5/10) ... Closed the Mercer series by earning his eighth save ... Picked up his ninth save against USC Upstate (5/15) ... Earned another win against Mercer (5/21) with three strong innings in the A-Sun Tournament ... Allowed one run on one hit in that outing ... Came back with a save against ETSU (5/23) in another tournament victory ... Allowed just one earned run in his last nine appearances, covering 17.2 innings.
Freshman (2013): Enjoyed an outstanding freshman season for the Hatters, appearing in 31 games ... 30 of his 31 appearances came in relief ... Led the team with three saves ... His 42.1 innings pitched ranked fourth on the team ... Made season’s only start at Florida State (3/20), tossing four shutout innings and striking out three against the Seminoles ... Picked up first career save with 1.2 innings of shutout work against Kennesaw State (3/29) ... Also earned saves against East Tennessee State (4/21) and Lipscomb (4/28) ... Allowed no runs in 19 of his 31 appearances ... Went six consecutive appearances, covering 8.0 innings, without allowing a run from April 12-28 ... Was 4-0 with three saves and a 2.70 ERA in 15 A-Sun games.
2012: Sat out season as a redshirt ... Played for the DeLand Suns in the Florida Collegiate Summer League ... Went 2-0 with a 2.79 ERA and 0.995 WHIP on the mound ... Made nine appearances and one start, totaling 14 strikeouts and six walks in 19.1 innings ... Both wins came in the playoffs, including the Suns’ 10-7 Championship Game victory.
High School: Was a two-year letter winner for coach Mike Smith Lake Brantley High School in Altamonte Springs, Florida ... Was a two-way player in high school ... In limited action on the mound, posted a 2-0 record with a 2.50 ERA and 21 strikeouts in 14 innings of work ... Played AAU ball for the Orlando Scorpions and coach Sal Lombardo ... Was an honorable mention All-Florida selection by Perfect Game ... Was a member of the National Honor Society, the Student Athlete Leadership Team and served as a locker room assistant for the Orlando Magic.
Personal: Full name is Tyler B. Warmoth ... Was born on June 4, 1992, in Orlando, Florida ... Is the son of Greg and Christie Warmoth ... Father is a news anchor for WFTV-TV in Orlando ... Has older brother, Justin, who played baseball at Embry-Riddle and is now a reporter for WKMG-TV in Orlando ... Has a younger brother, Logan, who is a freshman baseball player at the University of North Carolina ... Is a Finance major.