Drafted by FC Dallas in the first round (17th overrall) of the 2011 MLS SuperDraft.
2013: Played nine games for Dallas, including one start, for a total of 130 minutes before being loaned to Swedish second division side Angelholm on Aug. 13… Played 785 minutes in nine starts, scoring eight goals… Prior to his departure, Warshaw also logged 450 minutes with the FC Dallas Reserves, scoring once and adding one assist.
2012: Made his 2012 debut for FC Dallas when he came on for Ricardo Villar in the 74th minute of the club’s season-opening match, a 2-1 win against Red Bull New York on March 11… Played a total of 298 minutes, appeared in six games and started twice… Played 720 minutes for the 6-3-1, FC Dallas Reserves.
2011: Warshaw made his professional debut on May 7, 2011, coming on as a substitute in a 0-0 draw with D.C. United... Played in 17 games and scored a game-winning goal against Sporting Kansas City on Aug. 27... He also logged 720 minutes playing with the FC Dallas Reserves in nine appearances.
Warshaw made his college soccer debut at Stanford University in 2007, starting 17 matches and scoring five goals. He was named captain for the 2008, 2009 and 2010 seasons. In 2009, Warshaw led Stanford to the Round of 16 in the NCAA tournament with wins over Saint Mary’s and UC Irvine in the first two rounds. He was a Hermann Trophy (USA College Player of the Year) semifinalist. Warshaw scored 18 goals in his career at Stanford, despite being moved to defense for his final two seasons.
2007: Scored his first goal, a game-winner for the U.S. Pan American Team in a 2-1 win against Venezuela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil… 2005: Warshaw debuted for the U.S. U-17 National Team against Honduras.
His parents are Allen and Shirley Warshaw and has two brothers and a sister. Warshaw studied political science at Stanford… In his time away from the pitch, Warshaw enjoys basketball, tennis, baseball and playing cards.