Only player to start all 31 games … Tabbed to the All-Conference USA Second Team … Became the second player in school history to garner multiple All-Conference USA accolades, along with Alicia Abernathy … Recognized on the Feb. 22 Conference USA Honor Roll … Picked to the All-Conference USA Preseason Team … Joined the 1,000-point club as its 22nd member against Marshall (Feb. 18) … Became only the 10th in program history to reach the milestone in three seasons or less … Reached the mark in the eighth fewest games (86) in school history … Voted to the North Carolina Sports Information Directors Association (NCCSIA) All-State Second Team … Netted 27 double-figure scoring performances … Topped the 20-point barrier in three contests, 20 at Davidson (Dec. 20), 22 against Southern Miss (Jan. 7) on Education Day and season-best 24 against Marshall … Registered a 13-game span of double-digit scoring efforts, from at UAB (Jan. 16) through against Rice (March 3) … Collected three double-doubles, including two in league play … Opened the campaign with 18 points and 11 rebounds against Ball State (Nov. 13) … Registered 14 points and 10 caroms at (--/RV) WKU (Jan. 23) … Notched 19 points with 11 boards against (--/RV) WKU (Feb. 20) as part of the annual Play4Kay contest … Connected on 8-of-10 (80.0 percent) of her field goals, including a season-best performance of 4-of-4 from 3-point territory, against Southern Miss … Tallied 10 games overall with at least 50.0 percent shooting from the floor, including against Wake Forest (March 17) in the WNIT First Round … Drained 3-of-4 triples against Ball State and at (--/RV) WKU … Led Conference USA with her 87.3 percentage (96-of-110) at the charity stripe … Made a career-long 21-straight free throws from against College of Charleston (Dec. 8) until during the C-USA matchup at Middle Tennessee (Jan. 14) … Span included a 6-of-6 showing at 23/RV Missouri (Dec. 29) in the non-conference finale … Dropped in 8-of-8 at the line against Robert Morris (Nov. 15) and against WKU … Toed the stripe a season-high nine times against Marshall (Feb. 18), making seven … Began the campaign with a season-best six offensive rebounds against Ball State … Collected at least one defensive carom in every contest, including a season-high 10 against (--/RV) WKU … Handed out a career-high tying seven assists at Middle Tennessee … Distributed at least one assist in all games but one … Posted a season-best three blocked shots three times, including two against conference opponents … Registered the rejections at (RV/RV) North Carolina State (Dec. 6) and in back-to-back league outings against (--/RV) WKU and at UTSA (Feb. 25) … Matched her career high with five steals in the C-USA opener against Old Dominion (Jan. 3) … Finished with at least one steal in every game but one … One of two players, joining WKU’s Kendall Noble, to end the campaign ranked among the Top 15 league leaders for both steals (tied for eighth) and blocked shots (13th) and the only player to place in both categories for conference action (steals, eighth) and (blocked shots, tied for 13th) … Led the squad in minutes played … Was on the floor for a career-high 48 minutes in the road finale at UTEP (Feb. 27) … Played the full 40 minutes against Louisiana Tech (Jan. 9) and at UAB (Jan. 16) … Competed for at least 30 minutes in 25 games. 2014-15:
Garnered All-Conference USA Second Team accolades … Selected to the North Carolina Sports Information Directors Association (NCCSIA) All-State Second Team … Earned a starting role in all 31 games in which she played … Concluded the campaign as the team’s leading scorer with 434 points (14.0 pg), while topping the squad in several other categories … Played the full 40 minutes for the first time in her career at Ball State (Dec. 15) and matched it at Southern Miss (Feb. 21) … Reached the 20-point plateau six times, including four in league action … Netted a career-best 25 points, including her best performance at the foul line (11-of-17), at North Texas (Jan. 15) … Posted 24 points at Southern Miss and at WKU (March 5), featuring a career-high 10 field goals made in each tilt … One of three 49ers to score at least 20 against the Lady Eagles … Started the season with 21 points at Liberty (Nov. 14) in the come-from-behind win … Added a 21-point showing in her return to Norfolk in the Conference USA opener at Old Dominion (Jan. 4) … Contributed 20 points at Ball State … Shared game-high scoring honors with 17 points at No. 1/2 South Carolina (Dec. 4) on the SEC Network … Closed the campaign with double-digit points in her last 10 contests … Attempted a career-best tying 21 shots at WKU … Drained a career-high tying four 3-pointers versus Marshall (March 11) in the Conference USA Championships First Round … Connected on all three of her shots from 3-point territory against Marshall (Jan. 10) … Tallied three 3-pointers at Liberty, at Ball State and at Old Dominion … Finished with a perfect showing at the charity stripe in 13 games, including seven against league foes … Dropped in 8-of-9 free throws against UTEP (Feb. 12) … Registered her only double-double of the campaign, and second of her career, at Florida Atlantic (Jan. 29) with 13 points and 10 rebounds … Collected double-digit boards with a season-best 11 against No. 25 WKU (Jan. 8) … Hauled in at least one carom in every game in which she played … Tallied nine rebounds in three league contests, against Middle Tennessee (Jan. 24) in a national TV game on the Fox Sports Networks, at Southern Miss and in the regular-season finale at Marshall (March 7) … Corralled seven of her nine boards against the Blue Raiders on the offensive glass … Distributed a career-high equaling seven assists against No. 25 WKU and versus Marshall (March 11) with just one turnover in each contest … Handed out six assists against Davidson (Dec. 21), at Rice (Jan. 17) and against Old Dominion (Feb. 7) … Posted a season-best three blocked shots against UTEP … Had multi-block efforts against No. 25 WKU and at WKU … Ended the campaign with at least one steal in 28 tilts … Tallied a career-high tying five steals in three games, at Liberty, versus Wake Forest (Nov. 28) at the Triple Crown Cancun Challenge Mayan Tournament and against Marshall.
Named to the All-Conference USA Freshman Team … Became the fifth player in program history to receive the honor during the school’s Conference USA history … Started one game while playing in all 31, becoming the second freshman (Kira Gordon) in as many years to not miss a contest as a rookie … Earned her lone start against Rice (Jan. 25) … Tallied double-figure points in 13 games, including nine against league opponents … Poured in a season-high 18 points on 8-of-14 field goals against Florida Atlantic (Feb. 19) … Chipped in 13 rebounds against the Owls for her first career double-double … Nearly equaled the mark with 17 on 7-of-8 field goals against FIU (Feb. 26) in only 22 minutes … Topped the double-digit scoring barrier for the first time in her road debut at Kansas State (Nov. 10) … Capped the regular season with back-to-back double-figure scoring performances of 11 and 13 points, respectively, at Tulsa (March 5) and at UAB (March 7) … Hit a season-best two 3-pointers in six outings, including making both of her attempts at Stetson (Dec. 17), against Old Dominion (Jan. 8) in the Conference USA opener, at UTSA (Jan. 15) and against FIU … Drained a halfcourt buzzer-beater at the end of regulation at Stetson … Forced overtime with a late 3-pointer with under 20 seconds remaining against Tulane (Jan. 22) … Finished as the team’s top free-throw shooter, ranking among the league leaders, with an 86.1 conversion rate on 68-of-79 … Nailed all six of her charity tosses against Rice and at UAB … Opened her career by making her first 13 attempts at the line before missing her final attempt at Minnesota (Nov. 13) … Ended the campaign by knocking down her last 11 free throws … Had a career-long stretch of 17-straight which started with her final two attempts at UTEP (Jan. 18) and continued through her first make at Marshall (Feb. 15) … Posted the team’s first “quad nickel” of the season at Davidson (Dec. 21) with at least four in five different statistical categories (points, rebounds, assists and steals) … Collected 10 rebounds in three other games besides her season-high effort … Reached the mark against Rice, against Marshall (March 1) in the regular-season finale and versus Louisiana Tech (March 12) in the Conference USA Championships … Shared game-best honors with her 10 caroms versus the Lady Techsters … Handed out a season-high five assists at Davidson … Tallied a career-best four blocked shots against Florida Atlantic … Swiped a career-high tying five steals at Davidson … Added four steals in games against Old Dominion and Rice … Played a season-best 34 minutes against Florida Atlantic. High School:
Named to the National Christian School Athletic Association’s Large School Division All-American First Team … Tabbed to the NCSAA’s Northeast Super Region team all four years … Garnered All-Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association (VISAA) Division II First Team plaudits … Picked as an All-Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools (TCIS) First Team member … Netted over 2,000 career points … Averaged 19.3 points, 8.3 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game in her final campaign … Led school to the VISAA Division II state crown … Scored 15 points, grabbed eight rebounds and added six steals in the championship … Earned 2012 Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools (TCIS) co-Player of the Year honors and an all-conference first team nod … Selected to the Division II Virginia Independent Schools Girls’ Basketball Association All-State Second Team … Received 2011 and 2012 NCSAA Second Team All-American recognition … Named to the Virginian-Pilot
’s All-Tidewater Second Team after a junior campaign in which she averaged 19.4 points, 8.5 rebounds, 4.7 steals and 4.4 assists … Collected 2012 TCIS Tournament MVP plaudits … Earned a spot on the 2011 All-TCIS squad…Listed among the Real Basketball Report
’s District of Columbia/Maryland/Virginia/West Virginia Top-25 Region rankings … Registered 18.9 points per game and picked up Virginia Independent Schools’ all-tournament team recognition as a sophomore … Also competed in track … Placed second in the conference in the 400m and 4x400m relay. Personal:
Born March 22, 1994 … First name is Danielle ... Daughter of Andre Dillard and Lynette Webster … Majoring in psychology.
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