Kim Warrington returns to CCRI for her third season as the Knights' head coach. In her first two seasons at the helm, Warrington led the Knights to a 22-24 record. Warrington arrived at CCRI in 2017 with a wealth of knowledge from her days as a player, coach and pitching instructor throughout Rhode Island, including one season as a volunteer assistant at CCRI under former head coach Bev Wiley in 2005.
From 2014 to 2016, Warrington served as the head softball coach at Exeter-West Greenwich High School following a brief stint as a junior varsity and varsity volunteer assistant at North Kingstown High School. She also worked as the assistant softball coach at Roger Williams University in 2006 and 2007.
As a player, Warrington earned All-Little East Conference Honors each year at Rhode
Island College and still holds the school record for career strikeouts (629) and innings
pitched (632). She is also ranked second on RIC's all-time list with 17 career shutouts
and third with a career 1.59 ERA, which translated into a successful career as a pitching
Warrington also thrived at the plate, finishing her career at RIC with the second most doubles in a single season with 15 in 2001.
The Rhode Island Association for Intercollegiate Athletics honored Warrington with its Distinguished Female Athlete Award in 2004. Warrington graduated cum laude from RIC with certifications in primary education and also a dual certification in special education (K-12). She currently works as a special educator at Portsmouth High School and resides in North Kingstown, R.I.