Women's Basketball

Danielle DeBerry
Danielle DeBerry

Class: SR

Hometown: Durham, NC

Height: 5-5

DANIELLE AT A GLANCE: Can play any perimeter position ... Excellent defender ... Strong rebounder ... Makes teammates better ... Go-to player in crunch time ... Asserted herself as team leader.
SENIOR (2011-12):Named Second-Team All-Sunshine State Conference ... Second on team in scoring (10.6 ppg) ... Finished career ranked second all-time in school history in free throw percentage (.792) ... Scored in double figures in 15 games ... Had a double-double at Florida Memorial (12-17-11) ... Scored career-high 24 points vs. Florida Tech (2-29-12) in final collegiate game in SSC quarterfinals ... Pulled down career-best 12 rebounds at Florida Memorial ... Had career-high seven assists vs. Florida Tech in final college game ... Scored in double figures in final three college games.
JUNIOR (2010-11): In her first year at Barry, started 26 of the 27 games in which she played...Averaged nearly seven points per game, good for fourth on the team and her 42.1 three-point percentage was best on the team with at least 30 attempts...Had a 1.52 assist:turnover ratio, good for second on the team behind Shanna Suttington...Helped the Bucs set the school record for fewest turnovers in a season (401 breaking the mark of 467 set on 2007-08)...Bucs ranked first in the conference and the south region and 20th in the nation in fewest turnovers per game (14.9)...She also grabed an impressive 5.2 rebounds per game which were good for second on the team...Tied her career-high with nine rebounds against Saint Leo on Feb. 26...Had a season-high 12 points in a 52-49 loss at Columbus State on Nov. 14...Also a member of the Athletic Director's List (3.2-3.499 GPA) in the spring semester...Named to the SSC Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10 at North Carolina Central): Only player to start all 29 games for the 11-18 Lady Eagles ... Averaged 7.2 points per game and led the team in assists at 3.2 ... Third in rebounds at 4.8 per game ... Scored in double figures eight times ... Had her best all-around game in an 81-75 loss to South Carolina State on Dec. 1 with 13 points, eight rebounds and seven assists ... Scored a career-high 18 points in a 75-60 win over Houston Baptist on Dec. 20 ... Grabbed a career-high nine rebounds twice: against Winston-Salem State on Jan. 5 and at Winthrop on Feb. 9 ... Dished out a career-high eight assists in a 57-56 win over Presbyterian on Feb. 16 ... Also scored 12 points against the Blue Hose, including the game-winner with 1:37 left ... Selected to the Dean's List.

FRESHMAN (2008-09 at North Carolina Central): Appeared in 27 games for the Lady Eagles, including 11 as a starter ... Averaged 22.6 minutes per contest as a true freshman ... Averaged 5.2 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 1.5 steals per outing ... Was second on the team in 3-point field goal percentage, shooting 21.2 percent ... Was third on the team from the free throw line, shooting 63.8 percent ... Had her best outing against Western Michigan on Dec. 30, where she scored a season-high 14 points and five assists, while shooting 57.1 percent from the field and 66.7 percent from the stripe ... Grabbed a season-high seven boards in three games: Savannah State (Jan. 24), North Carolina (Feb. 1) and Longwood (Feb. 20) ... Had five assists against Air Force on Dec. 5 ... Had four double-digit scoring performances ... Shot 38.2 percent from the field and 63.8 percent from the stripe on the season ... Was a member of the A-B Honor Roll ... Was selected to the Dean's List.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year member of the basketball team at C.E. Jordan High under coach Michael Mulligan ... Was an All-Conference First Team and All-Area First Team selection, averaging 18 points, five rbounds, five assists and five steals as a senior ... Was runner-up for conference Most Valuable Player ... Helped lead her team to the conference championship game, where they finished second ... Recorded a triple-double versus Knightdale with 21 points, 11 steals and 10 assists.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Sean and Tinita Garris ... Has two younger siblings, Markitta and Peyton ... Majoring in computer information systems.
Minutes Total 3-Point F-Throws Rebounds 
Year gp-gs min avg fg fga pct fg fga pct ft fta pct off def tot avg pf fo ast t/o blk stl pts avg 
2010-11  27-26 794 29.4 66 161 .410 16 38 .421 39 53 .736 49 92 141 5.2 39 67 44 47 187 6.9 
2011-12  27-26 867 32.1 102 218 .468 21 57 .368 60 72 .833 43 103 146 5.4 35 79 49 33 285 10.6 
TOTAL 54-52 1661 30.8 168 379 .443 37 95 .389 99 125 .792 92 195 287 5.3 74 146 93 80 472 8.7 

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:
Points: 24, Florida Tech -- 02/29/12
Rebounds: 12, at Florida Memorial -- 12/17/11
Assists: 7, Florida Tech -- 02/29/12
Steals: 4, at Rollins -- 01/05/11 ; at Columbus State -- 11/14/10
Blocks: 2, Rollins -- 02/22/12
FG made: 7, 4 times
FG attempts: 15, at Florida Southern -- 01/14/12
3FG made: 3, at Eckerd -- 01/02/11 ; Florida Tech -- 01/11/12
3FG attempts: 5, Florida Tech -- 01/11/12 ; at Saint Leo -- 01/25/12
FT made: 9, Florida Tech -- 02/29/12
FT attempts: 11, Florida Tech -- 02/29/12

ALL-TIME RANKINGS:
Free throw percentage: 2nd (.792)
Minutes average: 4th (30.8)
Defense rebound avg: 13th (3.6)
Assists average: 13th (2.7)
Steals average: 13th (1.5)
Rebounding average: 15th (5.3)
Field goal percentage: 17th (.443)
Offense rebound avg: 17th (1.7)
Scoring average: 19th (8.7)
Minutes: 19th (1661)
Assists: 23rd (146)
Games started: t-24th (52)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS:
Free throw percentage: 3rd (.833 in 2011-12)
Minutes average: 12th (32.1 in 2011-12)
Field goal percentage: 17th (.468 in 2011-12)
Minutes: 18th (867 in 2011-12)

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