Fall 2012: Turned in the program's second-highest winning percentage during fall tourney play, recording nine victories in 11 outings (9-2/.818) ... Also paired with fellow senior Yilian Zhang for a 5-6 doubles mark ... Opened campaign in strong fashion by rolling to a 3-0 mark and flight championship at the Davidson Invitational before turning in a similar effort at the Charlotte Invitational ... Won two of three matches at the Appalachian State Invitational and closed out the semester by capturing a pair of triumphs at the ECU Invitational.
2011-12: Helped provide stability to the middle of ECU's lineup during her first season with the Pirate program after transferring in from Southeastern Conference member Mississippi State ... Contributed a 9-14 singles record during spring dual match action, primarily playing at the No. 4 (2-9) and No. 5 (4-4) positions ... Was a combined 3-1 at No. 2 (1-0) and No. 3 (2-1) ... Bounced back from a tough 0-5 start to win eight of her next 13 (8-5) matches from Feb. 11 to April 6 ... One of only two players to log a Conference USA regular season victory, dismissing Marshall's Kristina Koprcina 7-6, 6-4 on March 21 that also marked the start of a season-best three-match win streak ... Produced a 7-15 doubles ledger, predominately playing with Zhang as ECU's top-ranked tandem (7-12) ... Started spring play teaming with Dana Gray for the first three matches (0-3) ... Tallied one victory in eight overall matches in an abbreviated fall schedule, which included Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Regional competition ... Was winless in four singles events and teamed for a 1-3 mark in doubles action.
2010-11 (Mississippi State): Compiled a 6-19 overall singles record during sophomore season at MSU ... Was 5-3 in individual tourney play during the fall before compiling a 1-16 dual match spring record ... Played all 17 matches at the No. 3 position, picking up lone win of the campaign against Southern Miss' Moorea Williams (6-1, 6-1) ... Competed in 11 SEC tilts ... Was 2-20 in doubles play with six different partners ... Captured both wins with Alexandra Perper at No. 1, defeating Troy (8-6) and Louisiana-Monroe (8-3) .... In all, experienced action in nine SEC doubles matches ... Bulldogs were 2-16 overall and 0-11 in SEC play during the spring season.
2009-10 (Mississippi State): Recorded an overall singles mark of 11-16 as a freshman, which included an 8-10 ledger in spring dual match action ... Played the majority of matches at No. 6 (6-10), but was 2-0 in a pair of No. 5 battles ... Was 3-7 in SEC play with triumphs against Kentucky (Nicole Scates/6-0, 6-0), LSU (Hannah Robinson/7-6, 4-6, 1-0) and Georgia (Lara Fakhoury/6-2, 7-5) ... Opened collegiate career in strong fashion, rolling to a 6-3 record before dropping six of the last eight matches ... Six of eight victories were in straight sets ... Teamed with three players for a 7-23 doubles mark ... Won first four pairs matches of spring with Radka Ferancova, playing primarily at the No. 2 slot ... Captured other three wins with Valeriya Makarycheva at No. 3 ... Helped MSU to a 9-12 spring record (1-10 SEC).
High School/Junior Tennis: Attended Zion Lutheran and Laurel Springs Homeschool, but enjoyed a strong junior career that featured Top 10 rankings ... Started playing tennis at age eight and participated in the United States Tennis Association (USTA) until the start of her collegiate career.
Personal: Full name is Danielle Terpko ... Born July 8, 1991 at Boca Raton, Fla. ... Daughter of Tom and Karen Terpko ... A communications major with a minor in sports studies ... Nickname is Dani.