20  Danielle Barnard
Danielle Barnard


Oak Ridge, Tenn.

High School:
Oak Ridge






2001-02: Started the first two games of the season, but was sidelined after discovering she had broken her foot in practice on Nov. 19. ... Actually played in the game against Maryland-Eastern Shore on Nov. 20 and led the squad with a career-high six assists before her foot was confirmed broken the following day...Missed the next eight games of the season and played sparingly the rest of the season...Also struggled several weeks with a bruised hand once she returned to the court...Ended the year having played in 17 games, averaging 10.4 minutes per contest...Averaged 0.6 points and 1.0 rebounds a game, while also dishing out 26 assists...One of two Lady Tigers to record a positive assist-turnover ratio, dishing out 26 assists and turning the ball over 21 times.

2000-01: Only freshman on the squad to see action in all 30 games...Averaged 11.3 minutes and 1.0 points per game...Also dished out 39 assists and pulled down 25 rebounds...Played 20 or more minutes in four games...Best game was versus Louisville when she scored six points and dished out four assists...Hit 3-of-4 free throws against Eastern Kentucky...Pulled down a season-best four rebounds against Marquette...Only start of the season was versus Cincinnati when she scored two points, hauled in two rebounds and dished out four assists...Credited with a blocked shot against UALR... Named to the Tiger Academic 30 for the 2000 fall and spring semesters.

High School: Four-year letterwinner for Coach Jill Prudden...Scored 329 points as a senior, averaging 9.7 points per game...Chipped in a career-high 23 points versus Knox Bearden High School...Dished out 77 assists and forced 77 steals in her final prep season...Led her squad to a 35-4 record Regional and District championships...47-percent shooter from the field who was named as an honorable mention selection to the all-state team...Named to the all-tournament teams of the Naples Classic and the Greeneville Ladies Classic...Honored to the all-district and all-East Tennessee teams...Led her junior squad to a 40-2 record after averaging 15 points per game...Totaled 113 rebounds, 139 assists and 108 steals as a junior...Shot 54 percent from the field...Lady Wildcats were district, regional and sectional champions in 1999...As a junior, she was named to the all-tournament teams of the Greeneville Ladies Classic, Regional Tournament and the State Tournament...Also named the District 3-A Most Valuable Player...Received the squad's 110-Percent Award...Has played AAU basketball since she was 10 years old, participating in seven National AAU Tournaments.

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