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PHILLY SOCCER NEWS PLAYER OF THE YEAR (2009)
NSCAA ALL-GREAT LAKES THIRD TEAM (2008, 2010)
ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM (2009)
ALL-BIG TEN SECOND TEAM (2010)
M.A.C. HERMANN TROPHY WATCH LIST (2010)
TOPDRAWERSOCCER.COM COLLEGE SECOND TEAM (2009)
BIG TEN TOURNAMENT OFFENSIVE MVP (2008)
ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2008, 2009)
BIG TEN ALL-FRESHMAN (2007)
All-Time Penn State Ranks
6th: Games Played (99)
7th: Shots (253)
8th: Goals (38)
8th: Game-Winning Goals (12)
8th: Points (96)
T-10th: Assists (20)
2010: Named to All-Big Ten Second Team and NSCAA All-Great Lakes Third Team...Started and played in all 21 games, collecting eight goals, five assists and 21 points...Tallied goal at West Virginia (8/20)...Scored PSU's lone goal vs. William & Mary (8/29)...Tallied two goals against Bucknell (9/15)...Scored in three straight games vs. Illinois (10/24), Indiana (10/28) and Purdue (10/28), notching assists in the Indiana and Purdue matches...Added assists vs. Minnesota (10/15) and Wisconsin (10/17)...Assisted on game-winner vs. Penn (11/12) in the NCAA First Round...Scored PSU's lone goal at West Virginia (11/14) in the NCAA Second Round.
2009: Posted career year scoring 13 goals, six assists for 32 points while starting all 21 games...Total included four game-winners...Second in the conference behind fellow Nittany Lion forward and two-time NSCAA All-American Katie Schoepfer in goals, points and game-winning goals...Named to All-Big Ten First Team and TopDrawerSoccer.com College Soccer Second Team...Tabbed TopDrawerSoccer.com's National Player of the Week (11/2)...Twice earned spots on the Soccer America Team of the Week (10/13, 11/4)...Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week twice (10/12, 11/2)...Tallied points in first four games of the season from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4...Scored game-winner in 1-0 opening day win over then-No. 9 Virginia (8/31)...Notched assist against then-No. 15 West Virginia (8/29)...Recorded three-point day against UConn (8/31)...Scored lone Nittany Lion goal at then-No. 5 Florida State (9/4)...Had first multi-goal game of the year against Boston University (9/13)...Notched back-to-back three-point games against Northwestern (10/9) and Iowa (10/11), scoring a goal and an assist in each game...Had a four-game scoring streak from Oct. 18-Nov. 1...Notched another back-to-back three-point series against Wisconsin (10/18) and Illinois (10/25)...Scored opening goal of 2-1 win at then-No. 23 Indiana (10/29)...Scored twice against then-No. 22 Purdue (11/1)...Tallied goal in opening round of the NCAA Tournament against Colgate (11/13)...Named to Academic All-Big Ten team.
2008 Third Team NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region selection...Named the Big Ten Tournament's Offensive MVP...Played in all 24 games while starting 18...Notched 10 goals while tallying seven assists for 27 points...Scored the game-winner and assisted the insurance goal in a 3-1 win over William & Mary (8/23)...Earned a helper against then-No. 4 Florida State (8/29)...Netted a goal and assisted the game-winner in a 4-1 victory over Hofstra (8/31)...Assisted the game-winner in a double-overtime thriller against Rutgers (9/5)...Recorded a goal and an assist in a 4-2 victory over Bucknell (9/7) to score points in her fifth consecutive game...Scored the insurance goal in a 2-0 shutout over then-No. 25 Connecticut (9/14)...Netted a goal against then-No. 4 Portland (9/28)...Assisted the game-winner in a 1-0 victory over Northwestern (10/3)...Scored a goal in a 3-0 shutout over Wisconsin (10/5)...Scored the game-winner in a 2-0 win over then-No. 21 Minnesota (10/17)...Assisted the insurance goal in a 2-0 victory over Purdue (10/26) to help assure the Nittany Lions their 11th straight Big Ten Championship...Registered the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over Iowa (11/6) in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament...Scored the game-winner in a 1-0 shutout of Michigan State (11/7) in the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament...Recorded her 10th goal of the season for the game-winner over then-No. 23 Minnesota (11/9) in the finals of Big Ten Tournament helping the Nittany Lions to their fifth Big Ten Tournament championship...Named the team's Offensive MVP...Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2007 Big Ten All-Freshman team selection...Played in 23 games while starting three...Posted seven goals and two assists...Scored two game-winning goals against Illinois (9/30) and Monmouth (11/16)...Recorded first career point with a goal against Colgate (9/26)...Scored goals in three straight games twice...Notched two goals in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament against Monmouth...Started in two of PSU's three NCAA Tournament games.
BEFORE PENN STATE
One of two Parade All-Americans in the Nittany Lions' 2007 signing class... a three-time NSCAA Youth All-American...Soccer Buzz Top 25 recruit... Active in the U.S. Youth National Team program, she was a member of the U-17 Team Pool after spending time in the U-16 Team Pool in 2004 and '05, and the U-15 pool in 2004...Two-time First Team All-State pick, she was twice named to the Michigan High School Dream Team by the state's high school soccer coaches association...NSCAA High School All-Region pick, she scored a school record 86 goals during her career at Northville High School, last year's state runner-up...Been part of runs to a third-place finish at ODP nationals in 2005 and the semifinals of USYSA Nationals that same year...Played her club ball with the Michigan Hawks, coached by Jim Kimble.
Full name is Danielle Lauren Toney...Born on January 20, 1989...Daughter of Frederiek and Cynthia Toney...Older brother Fred, Jr. and two sisters: Camille and Simone...Both sisters were Division I athletes-Camille played soccer for UCLA from 2002-05 and Simone played at Bowling Green from 2006-07...Business-marketing major.
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