Mandelbaum and Doss named Female and Male Athletes of the Year, Schelske and Schmidt earned Female and Male Scholar Athletes of the Year Honors and Magee and Walker receive the James W. Wilson, Jr. Award
Green Wave become bowl eligible for first time since 2002; improve to 6-2 overall and 4-0 in C-USA
Green Wave score 17-straight second-half points to improve to 2-1 on the young season
Green Wave defense forces six turnovers, Orleans Darkwa runs for 50 yards and two scores in the win
Tulane vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013
Tulane vs. ULL - R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - Mercendes-Benz Superdome - Dec. 21, 2013
Tulane vs. UTEP - Nov. 23, 2013 - Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Tulane vs. Tulsa - Oct. 26, 2013 - Mercedes-Benz Superdome
The Green Wave lost 33-17 to the Memphis Tigers on October 22nd, 2011 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Career Notes: Three-year letterman has 56 tackles (30 solo, 26 assists), 12.0 tackles for loss, 8.5 sacks, three pass break-ups, two blocked kicks, a pair of forced fumbles and a fumble recovery during his career...played in 31 games with 11 starts...enters fall practice atop the depth chart at defensive end.
2012: Played in 11 games with nine starts - seven at nose tackle, one at defensive tackle and one at defensive end - as a junior...earned honorable-mention All-Conference USA honors after leading the team in blocked kicks (2) while sitting second in tackles for loss (6.0) and sacks (3.0), and tied for second in forced fumbles while posting 26 tackles (12 solo, 14 assists)...tackle total was tied for second among the team's defensive linemen...recorded seven multiple-tackle outings, including a season-best five stops (2 solo, 3 assists) with a sack among 1.5 tackles for loss vs Rice (11/3)...logged four tackles (1 solo, 3 assists) and a blocked field goal twice: with a tackle for loss at Louisiana-Lafayette (10/6) and with a half tackle for loss vs SMU...had three stops (2 solo, 1 assist) with a tackle for loss vs Rutgers (9/1)...added a sack and a forced fumble at Tulsa (9/8).
2011: Saw action in all 13 games as a sophomore...finished second on the team in sacks (5.5) while sitting tied for second in fumble recoveries (1), fourth in tackles for loss (6.0), tied for fourth in forced fumbles (1) and tied for sixth in pass break-ups (3)...was third among defensive linemen and tied for 12th overall with 27 tackles (17 solo, 10 assists)...ranked tied for ninth in Conference USA in sacks per game (0.42)...tallied a career-high six tackles - including 1.5 tackles for loss and a sack - vs Syracuse (10/8)...had five tackles (4 solo, 1 assist) to go with a career-best 3.0 sacks and two pass break-ups vs Southeastern Louisiana (9/3)...also had five stops (3 solo, 2 assists) at SMU (11/5)...had 1.0 sack among two tackles (1 solo, 1 assist) vs Houston (11/10) and a half sack among three stops (1 solo, 2 assists) at East Carolina (10/29)...recorded first career forced fumble to with a pair of solo tackles at Hawai'i (11/26).
2010: Played in seven games with starts against Southeastern Louisiana (9/2) and Ole Miss (9/11) as a true freshman...finished with three tackles (1 solo, 2 assists)...posted first career tackle with an assisted stop vs Ole Miss...had one assisted tackle vs Army (10/9) and a solo stop at Tulsa (10/16)...also was a member of the Tulane track and field team where he posted team-best distances in the javelin (60.33m) and discus (41.16m)...off the field, was a member of the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and Tulane's 3.0 Club.
Prior To Tulane: Enrolled at the U.S. Military Preparatory School for the 2009-10 academic year...started all six games along the defensive line 2009 for coach Tom Simi...also threw the shot put and javelin for the track and field team.
High School: Three-year letterman at St. Michael's High where he played tight end and defensive end for coaches Eric Held and Barry Musemeche...tabbed a three-star recruit, the No. 42 prospect in Louisiana and the No. 52 defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com, named two-star recruit and the No. 146 defensive end in the nation by Scout.com, and recognized as the No. 211 defensive end prospect in the country by ESPN.com...named first-team all-state and all-metro as a senior after tallying 107 tackles and 13 sacks...selected to play in the 2008 U.S. Army Red Stick Bowl at Olympia Stadium...racked up 82 tackles and seven sacks as a junior...recorded 30 tackles, 11 sacks, seven forced fumbles and three blocked kicks as a sophomore...also lettered in basketball, weightlifting and track and field...as a senior, was tabbed first-team All-District 7-4A after averaging 22 points and 7.8 rebounds per game on the hardwood, won the 105-kilogram class and had the second-best overall lift of 211 kg at the Louisiana State High School Olympic Weightlifting Championship and was the Class 4A runner-up in the javelin with a toss of 182-7...for his overall athletic efforts, was tabbed the The Advocate's Athlete of the Year...listed among 2009 People To Watch by 225BatonRouge.com.
Personal: Born Julius Alexander Warmsley on May 16, 1990, in Baton Rouge, La...son of Linda Warmsley...brother, Titus, played collegiate basketball at Texas and Montana State before joining the Boston Celtics and later playing professionally in Europe...majoring in business management.
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