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2009 Fever Player Bio Pages (pdf)

An All-Big Ten Conference honoree at nearby Purdue University, Campbell was one of three Fever draft picks who begin their first pro seasons.

2008-09: An All-Big Ten Honorable Mention pick in 2009, she played in more games (140) than any other player in Purdue history…she was the Boilers' second leading rebounder and fourth leading scorer with averages of 7.3 rpg and 8.7 ppg…she ranked ninth in the conference in rebounding, fifth in free throw accuracy (.820) and sixth in the conference in blocked shots per game (1.39), which also ranked second on her team…she scored in double figures 17 times with a season-high of 18 points vs. Michigan, 2/26…she registered 10+ points in six of Purdue’s last 11 games and averaged 10.3 ppg during that stretch…overall, she collected 10+ rebounds seven times in 2008-09 and had four double-doubles…she finished her career fourth on Purdue's all-time career blocked shots list with 175, and she is 12th on the rebounding list with 709 boards in her career…on the season, she was second on the team with 50 blocked shots, including a season-high four rejections three times…in the Boilermakers' four NCAA Tournament games, she was 18-of-18 from the foul line…including an NCAA second-round win over North Carolina, she was a career-best 8-of-8 from the line…she was also perfect on eight attempts from the line vs. Texas, 1/5. 2007-08: After starting just one game in her first two seasons with the Boilermakers, she stepped in for the Big Ten's reigning Defensive Player of the Year, Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton, who missed the entire campaign after off-season knee surgery…as a result, Campbell started all 34 games for Purdue, led the team in scoring with an average of 12.2 rpg and was the Boilermakers' leading rebounder with 7.2 rpg…she was named a member of the Big Ten All-Defensive Team and to the third team All-Big Ten by coaches and media…she was also selected to the Big Ten All-Tournament Team (conducted at Conseco Fieldhouse)...she scored a career-high 20 points twice – against Old Dominion and vs. Iowa…she also led the Boilers in blocked shots with 66, tying the third-highest single-season total in school history...on her way to just the second triple-double in Purdue women's history, she set a school record for blocks in a game with 11, to go along with 12 points and 11 rebounds vs. Butler...she scored in double-digits 24 times…she collected a career-high five steals at Penn State...she claimed a season-high 13 rebounds vs. Duke. 2006-07: She played in all 37 games and started one…she scored in 32 games, averaging 4.7 ppg...she recorded a season high of 12 points twice: vs. NC State and at Minnesota...she pulled down a season-high 14 rebounds vs. Indiana and had 12 games with five or more rebounds...she blocked a season-high four shots three times…for the season, she was the team's second-best shot blocker, totaling 44...she had a season-high four steals vs. Northwestern in a season-high 31 minutes. 2005-06: She played in all 33 games, averaging 9.3 minutes per game and scoring in 22 of those games...she scored a season-high 12 points at Western Michigan and pulled down a season-high six rebounds four times...she had six games with three or more rebounds...she blocked a season-high three shots vs. Notre Dame and played season-high 18 minutes at DePaul.


Full name is Danielle Marie Campbell ...the daughter of Urakay and Charles Campbell, she has an older brother, Charles...she majored in public relations and during the summer of 2008, she had an internship with Mary Lally Associates, a boutique public relations firm in London...she has a wingspan of 6-feet-5 1/2 inches...she participated in the 2004 USA Basketball Women's Youth Development Festival, along with Boilermakers teammate Jodi Howell and fellow Fever rookie Christina Wirth...her brother Charles played basketball at Robert Morris…she averaged 16 ppg, 13 rpg and 4.0 bpg as a senior at Chicago's Whitney Young High School, finishing fourth in Illinois Miss Basketball voting...she was a fourth team All-American by Street & Smith's as a senior after being named honorable mention as a sophomore and junior...she was selected first team all-state by IBCA as a senior, as well as the Public League MVP...she was the MVP of the 2005 IBCA All-Star Game...academically, she was top 10 in her class all four years and was a three-time academic all-star.

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