12  Danielle Eule
Danielle  Eule

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Lutz, Fla.

High School:
Steinbrenner

Height:
5-5

Position:
Midfield


2015: Started all 20 matches as a defensive midfielder and logged 1,276 minutes of field time…Compiled three points and took 10 shots on the season…Took two shots in the scoreless draw against Loyola-Chicago (8/23)…Had two shots on goal in the 3-0 win at UNC Greensboro (9/6)…Played a career-high 90 minutes in the 1-0 win over Old Dominion (9/20)…Notched her first-career point by assisting on the game-winning goal with 31 seconds left to defeat UCF (10/1)…Scored her first-career goal and played 91 minutes in a 2-1 setback against Tulsa (10/23).

2014:
Played as a midfield reserve and appeared in all 21 matches during her initial campaign...Took eight shots and played 573 minutes for the season...Made her collegiate debut with 12 minutes of field time in the season opener against No. 14 South Carolina (8/22)...Took her first-career shot in 23 minutes of action in the win at George Mason (8/29)...Took one shot in the win over Campbell (9/21)...Recorded a season-high two shots in just 16 minutes off the bench against Cincinnati (10/3)...Took one shot and played 52 minutes at USF (10/26)...Had one shot in 36 minutes in the upset win over second-seeded Memphis in the quarterfinals American Conference Championship (11/2)...Matched her season-high with two shots and played a season-high 61 minutes against USF in the conference semifinals (11/7).

Steinbrenner High School: A two-year captain under coach Sue Peet at Steinbrenner High School ... Member of the 2011 FSHAA 3A state championship team ... Earned Steinbrenner MVP Midfielder and Team MVP during her career ... Named a Laker-Lutz NewsFirst Team selection ... Received St. Petersburg Times All-Hillsborough County First Team and Tampa Tribune All-Hillsborough County Second Team recognition ... Also named an All-Western Conference American Division First Team choice.

Club Experience: Played under Rhys Lloyd for the West Florida Flames ... Helped the team to a pair of Florida State Cup Championships at both the U-16 and U-17 levels ... Played for the Super Y U-17 National Championship team ... Took third place at the U-17 ECNL National Championship ... Won the Region III U-16 Southern Premier League title.