10 - Danielle Holloway|
|Previous School:||Texas State|
AS A JUNIOR (2008)
Saw the pitch in eight matches for the Hornets, making lone start on Oct. 23 at Idaho State...scored a goal on Oct. 12 against Northern Colorado...took four shots, including three on goal.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2007)
Healthy for the first time since 2004, Holloway posted three goals and five assists for the Hornets, ranking fourth on the team with 11 points...saw action in 19 matches, making 12 starts...assisted on the first goal in each of the Hornets’ two games in the Big Sky Tournament...connected on the Hornets’ first two goals in their 6-0 rout of Menlo on Sept. 23.
Reinjured her knee and took a medical redshirt.
PRIOR TO SACRAMENTO STATE
Started four matches before taking a medical redshirt at Texas State in 2005...in 2004, Holloway started 23 matches for Texas State and was named the Southland Conference Player and Freshman of the Year - the first male or female athlete to win both awards in conference history...led the league with 16 goals while adding four assists...was named to the SLC all-tournament team after winning the conference championship and leading the Bobcats to a 2004 NCAA Tournament berth...was named the Bobcat Offensive MVP... received two Player of the Week selections...led team with 75 total shots and 37 shots on goal, while scoring multiple goals in four different matches.
A 2004 graduate of Sandia HS, she was named first-team all-state 5A as a senior, junior and a sophomore, while also winning the 5A District Championship her senior year...that season, led the 5A Division in goals scored (23) and assists (15)...was also named first team all-metro and first team all-district 5A as a senior, junior and sophomore after leading the division in assists all three seasons...in 2003, Holloway earned multiple honors as the New Mexico Gatorade Player of the Year, Sandia Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year after leading the state with 17 assists and 10 goals scored....she was invited to play on the Albuquerque United Football Club’s under-23 team at the National Championship Tournament and scored two goals while adding two assists in the semifinal game.
Born Nov. 26, 1985...parents are Marco and Madonna Holloway...major is communication studies.