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Danielle Hubka
Position: Student Assistant Coach
Hometown: Strongsville, Ohio
High School: Strongsville
Major: Kinesiology
Hubka's Honor Roll
• 2012 Team Captain
• 2010 ACC All-Tournament Team
• 2009 All-ACC Freshman Team

As a senior (2012): Started the season at forward and had two shots in 73 minutes in 3-0 win at Navy (8/17) ... four shots in 86 minutes in 0-0 tie at Villanova (8/19) ... five shots in 71 minutes in 1-0 loss at Ohio State (8/26) ... four shots in 73 minutes in 3-1 win at George Mason (8/31) ... moved to attacking center mid and had two shots in 53 minutes in 5-0 win over Towson (9/2) ... one shot in 67 minutes in 2-1 win at Alabama (9/6) ... missed the 1-0 loss to Fordham (9/9) due to injury ... returned to the lineup and assisted Hayley Brock's game-winning goal in 2-1 win over No. 6 North Carolina (9/13) ... one shot in 78 minutes vs. the Tar Heels ... scored the game-winning goal in 4-1 win over Clemson (9/16) ... one shot in 42 minutes vs. the Tigers ... played 99 minutes in 2-2 tie at No. 4 Duke (9/20) ... played 74 minutes in 2-1 win at No. 16 Wake Forest (9/23) ... scored the insurance goal in 3-1 win over No. 3 Virginia (9/27) ... one shot in 67 minutes vs. the Cavaliers ... played just 19 minutes due to injury in 1-0 loss at No. 16 Virginia Tech ... missed the final five games of the regular season due to injury ... returned after having just two full days of training to score the game-winning goal in 2-1 overtime win over Miami (10/28) in ACC tournament quarterfinals ... had three shots in 41 minutes vs. the Hurricanes ... played 36 minutes in 2-0 shutout of No. 7 Wake Forest (11/2) in the ACC tournament semifinals ... two shots in 55 minutes in 4-0 loss to No. 8 Virginia (11/4) in the ACC tournament finals ...

As a junior (2011): Scored the game-winning goal in 1-0 win over No. 22 Minnesota (8/19) ... assisted Olivia Wagner's first goal in 9-0 win at Loyola (8/22) ... one shot in 82 minutes in 0-0 tie with No. 1 Stanford (8/26) ... one shot in 55 minutes in 3-0 win over Navy (8/29) ... scored the second goal in 2-0 win over Saint Louis (9/2) ... one shot in 54 minutes in 4-0 win at Cornell (9/4) ... one shot in 38 minutes in 5-1 win over American (9/7) ... three shots in 59 minutes in 0-0 tie at James Madison (9/11) ... 75 minutes in 4-1 loss at No. 14 Virginia (9/15) ... two shots in 58 minutes in 2-1 come-from-behind win over Virginia Tech (9/18) ... 68 minutes in 2-1 overtime loss to No. 6 Boston College (9/22) ... three shots in 71 minutes in 0-0 tie vs. NC State (9/25) ... scored the first goal in 2-1 win at Clemson (9/29) ... one shot in 56 minutes vs. the Tigers ... one shot in 110 minutes in 0-0 tie vs. No. 6 Wake Forest (10/8) ... scored the game-winner and assisted on Ashley Grove's goal in 3-0 shutout at No. 11 Florida State (10/13) ... 71 minutes in 2-1 loss at Miami (10/16) ... one shot in 57 minutes in 3-1 loss at No. 6 Duke (10/23) ... one shot in 48 minutes off the bench in 2-1 overtime win vs. No. 8 North Carolina (10/27) ... 44 minutes in 2-0 loss at No. 5 Virginia (10/30) in first round of ACC tournament ... scored the final goal and assisted on Hayley Brock's first goal in 5-1 win over La Salle (11/11) in first round of NCAA tournament ... three shots in 58 minutes vs. the Explorers ... four shots in 64 minutes in 1-0 win over No. 20 Auburn (11/18) in second round of NCAA tournament in Stillwater, Okla. ... three shots in 79 minutes in 1-0 loss at No. 4 Oklahoma State (11/20) in Sweet 16 of NCAA tournament.

As a sophomore (2010): Limited to just 36 minutes of playing time due to nagging injuries in 6-0 season-opening win over Iona (8/20), but still managed to score a goal ... played 34 minutes in 3-2 win over Missouri (8/22) ... missed the 3-1 win at Tennessee (8/27) due to injury ... did not play vs. Tennessee or Kennesaw State due to injury ... returned to action to score the game-winning goal in 2-0 win over Stony Brook (9/5) ... took four shots in 47 minutes vs. the Seawolves ... one shot in 41 minutes in 3-2 win at Seton Hall (9/8) ... game-high five shots in 48 minutes 4-1 win over Delaware (9/12) ... one shot in 61 minutes in 2-1 overtime win over George Mason (9/17) ... one shot in 78 minutes in 1-1 tie with No. 14 Duke (9/26) ... scored the game-winning goal in 3-2 win over No. 6 Virginia (9/30) ... two shots in 65 minutes vs. the Cavaliers ... one shot in 62 minutes in 1-0 loss at Virginia Teach (10/3) ... made her first start of the season, taking one shot in 87 minutes, in 2-1 win at No. 2 Boston College (10/7) ... one shot in 64 minutes in 1-0 win at NC State (10/10) ... one shot in 52 minutes in 4-0 shutout of Clemson (10/14) ... played 47 minutes in 2-1 loss at Wake Forest (10/21) ... replaced Ashley Grove, who missed the game due to a red card vs. Wake Forest, as a starting forward in historic 2-1 win at No. 2 North Carolina (10/24) ... played 73 minutes vs. the Tar Heels ... three shots in 48 minutes in 2-1 win over No. 8 Florida State (10/28) ... scored the first goal in 2-1 win over Miami (10/31) ... four shots in 58 minutes vs. the Hurricanes ... played both offensive center mid and forward in 58 minutes in 1-0 shutout of Duke (11/3) in the ACC quarterfinals ... scored the game-winning goal 55 seconds into the first overtime in 1-0 overtime win over No. 18 Boston College (11/5) in the ACC semifinals ... played 51 minutes vs. the Eagles ... played 91 minutes in 1-1 tie with Wake Forest (11/7) in ACC championship game ... assisted on Jasmyne Spencer's game-tying goal in 4-1 win over High Point (11/12) in first round of NCAA tournament ... two shots in 49 minutes vs. the Panthers ... played 85 minutes in 1-1 tie with Georgetown (11/14) in second round of NCAA tournament.

As a freshman (2009): Missed the first two games due to injury, but played in all 20 since ... scored her first career goal in just her second game, a 5-2 win over Loyola (9/1) ... tallied her first career assist on Jasmyne Spencer's goal in 3-1 win over Brown (9/18) ... scored the game-winning goal in 4-0 win at Duke (10/4) ... scored the team's first goal in 3-1 win over No. 6 Virginia Tech (10/11) ... assisted on Jasmyne Spencer's first goal in 3-0 win at Clemson (10/22) ... scored the second goal in 4-0 win over Monmouth (11/13) in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Before Maryland: A four-year starter and letterwinner at Strongsville High School ... ranked the 44th best recruit in the nation, according to ESPN RISE ... 2008 ESPN RISE first team All-American ... 2008 NSCAA/adidas All-American ... finished the season with 26 goals and 20 assists ... Cleveland Plain Dealer Player of the Year ... Ohio Division I and All-Greater Cleveland Player of the Year ... three-time first team All-Greater Cleveland ... two-time All-Sun MVP ... four-time All-Sun Southwest Team member ... three-time first team all-conference ... played club for Cleveland Internationals for coaches Zdravko Popovic and Kerri Sarver, Maryland's all-time leading scorer ... member of the 2008 U.S. U18 National Team ... selected to the 2009 U.S. U20 National Team player pool ... chose Maryland over Penn State, West Virginia, Ohio State and Virginia Tech.

Personal: Has a 3.258 GPA majoring in kinesiology.


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