Bridget Warner enters her second season at the helm of the York College cheerleading program in 2011-12. Warner is a York College alumnus, as she graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2006 with a B.S. in elementary education. She earned her masters in education from Wilkes University in 2011.
Warner is no stranger to cheerleaders as she brings extensive coaching experience to the Spartan squad. She has been the head basketball and football cheerleading coach at Delone Catholic High School since 2006. She instructed cheerleaders at the varsity and junior varsity levels and was responsible for running the program for two sports. Warner was responsible for organizing Delone Catholic pep rallies and established a Delone Catholic Youth summer cheerleading camp. She was also responsible for organizing and creating dances, cheers, chants and stunts for the Squires cheerleaders.
Warner annually attended the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) summer camp as she earned the NCA Rookie Cheerleading Coach Award. She was a four-time NCA All-American Cheerleader while she was also chosen to cheer at halftime of the 2000 Outback Bowl in Orlando, Florida.
Currently, Warner teaches sixth grade at North Salem Elementary School in the Dover Area School District.