2012-13 Season ◊ Suffered from an eye infection that kept her out of action for the first nine games. ◊ Logged her first PT versus Mercer and knocked down a three-pointer from the left wing late in that contest. ◊ In a team meeting the week after the Texas A&M loss, took the responsibility to hold her teammates accountable in practice and games. ◊ Without a doubt, the highlight of the NCAA first-round win over Montana was Bennett's three with 46 seconds left...she then turned to the bench and unholstered two fictitious six shooters as she ran back on defense.
2011-12 Season ◊ Logged action in 17 of 31 contests during her initial campaign in Athens, including eight SEC outings. ◊ A 3-point specialist, 30 of her 43 shots from the field - or 69.8 percent - were taken from behind the arc. ◊ Scored five points in 18 minutes of action against West Georgia in preseason exhibition. ◊ Popped for six points in just eight minutes of PT against South Carolina State. ◊ Equaled her career high with a pair of assists versus South Carolina State...that mark includes 17 outings at SIU Edwardsville in 2009-10. ◊ Scored her first points in SEC play at Tennessee. ◊ All three of her double-digit minutes played outings came in SEC action - at Ole Miss, at Alabama and vs. Ole Miss in Athens.
Junior College ◊ Coached by Tommy Jones at Hillsborough (Fla.) Community College. ◊ Helped the Lady Hawks compile a 10-17 record during 2010-11, her one and only season at Hillsborough. ◊ Ranked among the Mid Florida Conference's top-10 leaders in scoring (third), rebounding (ninth), three-point percentage (fourth at .382), free throw percentage (third at .778) and steals (seventh at 2.7). ◊ Named the 2011 All-Mid Florida Conference Player of the Year as well as being selected as a first-team All-Conference performer. ◊ Voted to the All-Region VIII team for 2011. ◊ Averaged 16.2 points and 7.6 rebounds per game. ◊ Connected on 40.2 percent of her field goal attempts, including 38.2 percent from behind the three-point arc. ◊ Reached double figures in 25 of 27 games played, including nine 20-point outings. ◊ Collected double-digit rebound tallies in seven games, headlined by a season-best 14 at Brevard. ◊ Notched six double-doubles. ◊ Poured in a season-high 31 points - largely due to draining seven three-pointers - in her debut with the Lady Hawks against Tallahassee Community College. ◊ Loosley flirted with a triple-double in three games - 26 points, 14 boards and six steals against Brevard; 23 points, nine rebounds and six assists at Florida State College at Jacksonville and 13 points, 11 rebounds and six assists versus Daytona State.
2009-10 Season ◊ Played at SIU-Edwardsville, seeing action in 17 games with seven starts. ◊ Averaged 6.8 points and 3.1 rebounds per game for the Cougars, who finished 8-21 in just their second season of Division I competition. ◊ Notched four double-figure scoring outputs - against Milwaukee (19 points), at Loyola (Chicago) (12), at Wisconsin (15) and against Missouri State (14). ◊ The Cougars' leading scorer against Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Missouri State. ◊ Scored six points, grabbed five rebounds, dished out two assists and collected a steal in 16 minutes of action against Murray State in her collegiate debut, a 67-64 upset of the Racers, who were picked to win the Ohio Valley Conference. ◊ Posted season-best tallies of 19 points and nine boards against Milwaukee in the second game of the season. ◊ One board short of a double-double vs. Milwaukee. High School ◊ Coached by Daniel Standard at Springfield Central. ◊ Named All-State for Class 5 by the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association as both a junior and a senior with the Lady Bulldogs. ◊ As a senior, averaged team highs of 16.3 points and 7.3 rebounds per game while connecting on 47.9 percent of her shots from the field and 30.2 percent from three-point range. ◊ Also lettered in track and field, competing in the high jump and long jump.
Personal ◊ Born August 11, 1990, Danielle is the daughter of Tina Hicks. ◊ Major: Child & Family Development.