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Danielle Robinson
13  Danielle Robinson
Class:
Graduated

Hometown:
San Jose, Calif.

High School:
Archbishop Mitty

Height:
5-9

Position:
G

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SEASON
GP-S
FG
%
3FG
%
FT
%
REB
RPG
AST
TO
BLK
STL
PTS
PPG
2007-08
31-30
155-323
.480
0-2
.000
68-99
.687
90
2.9
130
107
2
69
378
12.2
2008-09
37-37
180-324
.556
0-1
.000
119-132
.902
106
2.9
217
149
3
82
479
12.9
2009-10
38-38
240-516
.465
2-15
.133
157-179
.877
127
3.3
202
155
3
71
639
16.8
2010-11 35-35 235-513 .458 5-18 .278 167-190 .879 129 3.7 177 134 4 87 642 18.3
TOTAL
141-140
810-1676
.483
7-36
.194
511-600
.852
452
3.2
726
545
12
309
2138
15.2

COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES
• State Farm Coaches' All-America Team (2010)
• State Farm Coaches' All-America Honorable Mention (2011)
• Associated Press All-America Second Team (2011)
• Associated Press All-America Third Team (2010)
• Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention (2009)
• State Farm Wade Trophy Finalist (2010)
• Wooden Award Ballot Candidate (2010, 2011)
• Naismith Trophy Midseason Candidate (2010, 2011)
• Nancy Lieberman Award Finalist (2009, 2010, 2011)
• All-Big 12 First Team (2009, 2010, 2011)
• All-Big 12 Defensive Team (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
• NCAA Women's Final Four All-Tournament Team (2010)
• NCAA Kansas City Regional All-Tournament Team (2010)
• All-Big 12 Championship Team (2010, 2011)
• NCAA Championship Oklahoma City All-Regional Team(2009)
• Big 12 Freshman of the Year (2008)
• Capital One Academic All-America Second Team (2011)
• Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Finalist (2011)
• Capital One Academic All-District First Team (2009, 2011)
• Academic All-Big 12 First Team (2009, 2010, 2011)
• U.S. V.I. Paradise Jam All-Island Division Team (2010)
• Gold Medalist, Team USA World University Games (2009)

2010-11 - SENIOR: Finished career with 2,138 points, 726 assists and 309 steals, joining Nancy Lieberman and Dawn Staley, and later Courtney Vandersloot, as the only women's college basketball players in history to cross the 2,000-point, 700-assist and 300-steal benchmarks in a career ... Earned AP All-America Second Team honors and Capital One Academic All-America Second Team recognition ... Made 140 consecutive starts in 141 games played for Big 12 Conference and OU program records ... Totaled career record 4,579 minutes played ... Led senior class to OU record 55 wins in 63 home games (54 of 62 at Lloyd Noble Center) ... Top-scoring guard in Oklahoma history and finished second all-time at OU with 117 double-figure scoring games ... Also second at OU in career assists, steals and free throw percentage (.852) ... Unanimous selection to All-Big 12 First Team and Big 12 All-Defensive Team ... Named to Big 12 All-Championship Team after averaging 19.0 points, 5.5 assists and 4.5 rebounds in two tournament games ... One of three Sooners to count a double-double (18 points, 11 assists) in NCAA first round victory over James Madison (March 20) ... Had 15 of 28 career games of 20-plus points in senior season ... Had double-double of 20 points, 11 assists in season opener at Milwaukee (Nov. 13).

2009-10 - JUNIOR: State Farm Coaches' All-American ... Associated Press All-America Third Team selections ... Finalist for State Farm Wade Trophy, Wooden Award and Nancy Lieberman Award ... State Farm All-Region 5 Team ... Naismith Trophy midseason candidate ... Unanimous choice for All-Big 12 First Team, voted by coaches ... Earned Academic All-Big 12 First Team honors for second consecutive season ... Named to Big 12's All-Defensive Team for third straight season ... Averaged 21 points per game in Big 12 Championship and was named to All-Big 12 Championship Team ... Named to Final Four All-Tournament team after totaling 23 points, six assists and career-high six rebounds in national semifinal loss to Stanford (April 4) ... Averaged 17 points, five assists and 96 percent free-throw shooting in conference play to lead OU to a tie for second in Big 12 standings after team was picked fifth in the league's preseason poll ... Scored nine or more points in every game ... Increased scoring output by four points per game after season-ending injury to teammate and Preseason All-Big 12 guard Whitney Hand ... Ranked 72nd nationally in points per game, 23rd in assists per game and 84th in field goal percentage despite playing nation's toughest strength of schedule ... Set OU's consecutive free throw record with a streak of 35, breaking her streak of 30 set last year ... Set Big 12 and OU records for best single-game free-throw performance, making 16-of-16 against Oklahoma State on Feb. 16 ... Holds Oklahoma's record for most double-digit assist games with six ... Reset career scoring high three times during season, twice against ranked opponents, including 36-point performance versus Oklahoma State. ... Won gold medal with USA Basketball at World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia in July.

2008-09 - SOPHOMORE
: Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention ... Finalist for Nancy Lieberman Award, for nation's top point guard in women's basketball ... All-Big 12 First Team ... Youngest player for second consecutive season on Big 12's All-Defensive Team ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First Team member ... Finished regular season as the NCAA's fourth leading free throw shooter ... Also nationally-ranked 13th in assists per game, 17th in field goal percentage, 81st in assist-to-turnover ratio and 97th in steals per game ... Set OU record for consecutive free throws made (30) ... Defensively, accumulated 29 charges taken in 37 games ...Recorded three double-doubles and became OU leader in career double-digit assist games ... Started all 37 games at point guard, averaging 30.2 minutes, 12.9 points and 5.9 assists ... Shot 55.6 percent (180-of-324) from the field and was 119-of-132 (.902) from the free throw line.

2007-08 - FRESHMAN:
Named Big 12 Freshman of the Year by the league's coaches ... Was the only rookie named to the conference's All-Defensive team ... Finished the season as the only freshman on a ranked team to lead her team in assists and steals ... Started 30 of 31 games ... Averaged 12.2 points, 4.2 assists, 2.2 steals and 48 percent field goal shooting ... Of her 378 points scored, 90 (24 percent) came by way of the fast break ... Was second among Big 12 freshmen in scoring and led all conference freshman in field goal percentage, steals and assists ... Totaled 130 assists and 69 steals to lead OU in both categories ... Steals number was the second best total ever produced by an OU freshman (74, LaNeisha Caufield, 1999) ... Collegiate debut versus Maryland (Nov. 11) netted 15 points, four assists, three steals and one turnover ... Totaled 14 points, four assists and four steals in first collegiate start versus No. 1 Tennessee (Nov. 15) ... Scored in double figures on 22 occasions ... Led OU in scoring in four games and was assists leader in 18 games ... Totaled 20 points versus South Carolina (Dec. 30) before netting career high 23 at Iowa State (Jan. 9) ... Totaled seven steals at Illinois (Dec. 5), the most by a Sooner since Dionnah Jackson's eight versus Iowa on Nov. 27, 2004 ... Scored eight points in a 16-3 second-half run against Illinois that included back-to-back steals for layups ... Scored six of her 14 points at Texas (Feb. 3) with transition layups.

HIGH SCHOOL ACCOLADES
• Five-star athlete (Hoopgurlz)
• No. 21 player in the country (Hoopgurlz)
• No. 13 guard in the country (Hoopgurlz)
• No. 28 player in the country (All-Star Girls Report)
• No. 49 player in the country (Blue Start Report)
• 2007 West Catholic Athletic League MVP
• 2007 Central Coast Section(CCS) Player of the Year
• 2007 Cal-Hi Sports CCS Player of the Year
• 2007 High School Sports Focus CCS Player of the Year
• 2007 Parade Magazine All-American 4th Team
• 2007 Scholastic Honor Roll
• 2007 Nike Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team
• 2007 McDonalds All-America finalist
• Invited to 2007 U19 USA World Championships Trials
• Alternate on the 2006 USA U18 World Championships Team
• 2006 EA Sports All-America second team
• 2006 San Jose Mercury News and the High School Sports Focus Player of the Year
• 2006 Northern California Coaches Division II Player of the Year
• 2006 West Catholic Athletic League MVP
• 2005 & 2006 Cal-Hi Sports CCS Player of the Year

ARCHBISHOP MITTY HIGH SCHOOL:
Averaged 15 points, eight rebounds, five assists and four steals while leading Archbishop Mitty to a 32-4 record and the California State Division II Championship ...
Averaged 19 points, eight rebounds, six assists, five steals and one block per game as a junior while leading Archbishop Mitty to 29-2 and an appearance in the NorCal finals ... Led her team to 27-5 record as a sophomore in 2004-05 and averaged 16 points, five rebounds, five assists and one block ... Averaged 12 points, four rebounds, five assists and four steals as a freshman for a 28-3 Archbishop Mitty squad ... Played club ball for the San Jose Cagers and East Bay Explosion.

PERSONAL:
Born in her hometown of San Jose, Calif. ... Daughter of Albert Robinson and Denise Carr-Robinson ... Has one brother, Jonathan ... Mother played basketball at Hampton University (Va.) ... Brother Jonathan played basketball at Hampton University (Va.) ... Competed in track and field as a freshman and sophomore and won the West Catholic Athletic League long jump title in 2003-04 ... A member of Archbishop Mitty's honor roll and National Honor Society ... Would like to pursue a career as a coach or personal trainer ... Attended the same high school as OU softball standout Samantha Ricketts ... Sociology major.

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