Bill Warburton has been a very successful soccer coach at both the club and high school level. He coached for Winters Mill High School as well as Gerstell Academy, where he led the Varsity Boys team to back-to-back MIAA "B" Conference finals in 2013 and 2014, winning the title in 2013.
Warburton has served as a board member and coach for several local clubs in Carroll and Frederick Counties. He is well known for his futsal training clinics and player development skills. He holds a USSF National Youth license and a class "D" coaching license.
Before joining the Information Systems Department at Carroll Community College in 2017, Warburton served as an Assistant Professor in the Computer Information Systems Program from 2000-2016.
Warburton earned a Bachelor of Science in Forestry from West Virginia University. In addition, he has a master’s degree in Business and Management Information Systems from the University of Baltimore. He resides in Westminster with his wife Maria. They have two grown sons, both of whom played collegiate soccer; one for St. Mary's College of Maryland (Division 3) and the other for Loyola University of Maryland (Division 1).