Responsibilities at BYU (Women's Basketball)
- Assistant Coach (2023-present)
- Under Wardenburg’s tutelage, the Southern Virginia Knights went from winning five games in the two seasons prior to his arrival to winning 27 games during the 2021-22 and 2022-23 seasons.
- Assisted Coach Todd Simon in all aspects of transforming a program that had won 5 games in 2015-16 to winning their first Big Sky Championship in 2020-21.
- In his first season as a college head coach, Wardenburg led the Indian Hills Warriors to a 29-5 record, and a trip to the national NJCAA quarterfinals (2014-15)
- Coached Indian Hills Community College to the NJCAA National Championship (2014)
- Led the BYU Hawaii Seasiders to the NCAA Division II title game (2011)
- Helped the BYU Cougars to three straight Mountain West Conference titles (2007, 2008, 2009), 6 NCAA Tournament appearances and two trips to the National Invitational Tournament.
- Coached the Pine View (Utah) Panthers to their first state boys basketball championship in school history (2001).
- Southern Virginia University, Associate Head Coach, 2021-23
- Southern Utah University, Associate Head Coach, 2016-21
- Westlake High School, Assistant Coach, 2015-16
- Indian Hills Community College, Head Coach, 2014-15
- Indian Hills Community College, Assistant Coach 2011-14
- BYU, Assistant Coach, 2001-10
- Pine View (Utah) High School, Head Coach, 1999-2001
- Dixie State College, Director of Athletics, 1997-1999
- Dixie State College, Assistant Coach, 1993-97
- Payson (Utah) High School, Head Coach, 1988-93
- Pleasant Grove (Utah) High School, Assistant Coach, 1986-88
- BA, Political Science, BYU (1986)
- MA, Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Utah State (1992)
- MBA, Southern Utah (2021)
- Married to Pam Wardenburg. Has four sons, Scott (Laura), Jonathan (Natalie), Adam (Tristan) and Barrett (Katie) and 10 grandchildren.
Coach Whiting on Coach Wardenburg:
“Adding John to our coaching staff is going to be a huge help for our program,” said Whiting. “He returns to BYU with a wealth of knowledge and experience in building championship programs at every level of college basketball. I am excited to have his expertise and for him to help our women reach their full potential.”