Junior Season (2013-14): Played in 31 games and started 26 of them ... Finished fourth on the team averaging 6.5 points per game ... Finished second on the team in rebounding with 5.0 boards per game ... Scored 11 points with nine rebounds and three steals against Tennessee State (Nov. 24) ... Recorded a career-best 17 points against Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 7) while grabbing eight rebounds ... Finished the year with two double-doubles including a 13 point and 12 rebound game at Baylor (Dec. 18), and an 11 point and 10 rebound performance at Georgia (Feb. 9).
Sophomore Season (2012-13): Played in 29 games and started the final 18 games of the year ... averaged 6.1 points per game including a career-best 16 points versus UMass (Dec. 8) ... scored 12 points in Ole Miss' win at Florida (Jan. 24) ... ended the year tied for second on the team in rebounding (5.0 rpg) ... grabbed double-digit rebounds in three games including a career-high 15 at Cleveland State (Dec. 16) ... recorded one double-double on the year with 11 points and 12 rebounds against MVSU (Nov. 27) ... made a career-high seven free throws against MVSU (Nov. 27) ... ended the year 40-61 from the free throw line (.656) ... finished the year fourth on the team in blocks with 11 including three against UMass (Dec. 8).
Freshman Season (2010-11): Played in all 30 games and made 14 starts including the final eight games of the year ... ended the year third on the team in scoring (5.2 ppg) and second in rebounding (4.6 rpg) ... scored a career-high 14 points on the year against Arkansas in the SEC Tournament (March 1) ... grabbed a career-best 12 rebounds in an overtime loss at Mississippi State (Feb. 12) ... went a perfect 4-for-4 from the floor in a win at Lipscomb (Dec. 16) ... scored 12 points in a win over Cleveland State (Dec. 21) ... scored at least five points in 16 game and also grabbed at least five rebounds in 16 games ... shot 100 percent (4-4) from the free throw line in a win over South Alabama (Nov. 18) ... tied for second on the team in blocks (16) ... rejected a career-high three shots at Mississippi State (Feb. 12).
High School: Attended Trinity Christian Academy in Lake Worth, Fla. ... ranked as the 85th best overall player in the 2011 class by ESPN HoopGurlz and the 25th best forward in the class ... holds several high school records including points (2,531), rebounds (1,633) and blocks (605) ... had her high school jersey retired in May 2011 ... named Florida Dairy Farmer "Miss Basketball" in 2011 for the best player in the state of Florida in all classes ... McDonald's All-America nominee ... four-year team captain ... two-time Palm Beach Post Player of the Year ... scored 40 points, pulled down 15 rebounds added three blocks and three assists for her school in the FHSAA 1A State Championship game ... named Most Athletic by Trinity Christian Academy ... named the Sun-Sentinel's Player of the Year and to the Florida Coaches Association All-State team.
Off The Court: Full name is Danielle McCray ... born on January 29, 1993 ... daughter of Luke and Tanya McCray ... graduated with honors from Trinity Christian Academy ... four-year member of the Honors Program and Honor Roll ... member of the National Honor Society and was awarded the Citizenship Student-Athlete Award five times ... part of the robotics team building robots for competition ... won a poetry contest in 2009 and had her work published ... dad, Luke, coached her from age nine throughout high school ... sister, Alicia, was also a starter for Trinity Christian Academy ... cousin Gene Atkins was a former member of the Miami Dolphins ... cousin-in-law Brian Cox, is a former NFL player and is now an assistant coach of the Miami Dolphins ... also considered Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Virginia Tech and Miami ... enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts.
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