Warren Isaac was the first player from Iona College to be selected as the recipient of the Haggerty Award as the top collegiate basketball player in the New York Metropolitan Area in 1965.
As a senior, Isaac was second in the nation with a 20.9 rebounding average. That same season, he was 13th in the nation averaging 25.2 points per game while leading Iona to a 12-11 record.
Isaac still holds four school records. He has the mark for most points in a game (50) against Bates in 1964 and in that same game, made a school record 21 field goals. He also has the record for most rebounds in a season with 480 in 1964-65 and that averages out to 20.9 rebounds per game, also a record.
Isaac ranks 10th on the all-time scoring list at Iona College with 1,341 career points. He is second in total rebounds in his career pulling down 1,124 in only three seasons of varsity action.
At the conclusion of his senior year, he was an All-East selection as well as being a candidate for All-America honors. Following his career as a Gael, Isaac spent six seasons playing professional basketball in Italy before returning to his alma mater to be an assistant under head coach Gene Roberti.