Regarded as one of the ACC’s strongest and most lethal inside players … tough-to-guard scorer who can muscle to the basket or shoot the 15-footer on the high post ... “She knows how to finish, and can even step out and shoot the 3-pointer,” said Weller ... solid at the foul line, Warley ranks fifth all-time in free throws made (283) and ninth all-time in scoring average (13.3) … other Top 15 lists Warley is on include: 13th all-time in Maryland career free throw percentage (.706, 283-401), 13th all-time in blocked shots (46) and tied for 15th all-time in rebounding average (5.7).
2000-01 A third-team All-ACC, second-team All-ACC tournament selection ... the Terps’ second-leading scorer, she averaged 13.8 ppg. ... made 22-straight free throws to finish the season ... Warley passed the 1,000 plateau with her 18-point performance in the upset at then-No. 18 Clemson, and has 1,149 career points, putting her 17th on the list of Terrapin 1,000-point career scorers ... in 38 minutes against Virginia, had a season-high 25 points and a career-high 13 rebounds ... went a perfect 12-of-12 from the free throw line against NC State in the ACC Tournament ... hit for double-digits in 20 games and grabbed 10 or more rebounds in five games … she broke the 20-point plateau five times, and recorded her eighth double-double of the season at Wake Forest ... shoots a neat jumper from the foul line, and works well overall in the high post ... her 143 free throws made was the fourth-best single-season mark ever by a Terrapin … joined Terri Daniels and March? Strickland as the team’s tri-captains.
1999-00 An All-ACC honorable mention selection ... ranked second on the team in scoring with 12.5 points per game ... was the Terps’ co-leader in rebounding with 5.1 boards per game ... recorded 21 double-digit scoring games, including 11 of the season’s last 13 ... averaged 18.5 points per game during a six-game stretch between Feb. 20 and March 18 ... scored a season-high 26 points in Maryland’s ACC opener vs. rival North Carolina ... dropped 24 points (9-12 from the floor) and added eight rebounds in Maryland’s WNIT second-round win over Virginia Tech... contributed 19 second-half and 25 total points in Maryland’s ACC Tournament loss to Florida State.
1998-99 Led Terps with 13.4 points per game and 17 blocked shots as a true freshman ... also shot 50 percent from the floor and averaged 5.7 rebounds ... 22 starts and 27.3 minutes per contest ... first career double-double included career scoring high of 31 points and 10 boards vs. Morgan State ... had 23 points and 12 rebounds vs. No. 8 Virginia ... scored in double figures in 19 games ... shot 50.8 percent for the season and shot 65.3 percent (32 of 49) during four-game stretch against Morgan State, Wake Forest, Virginia and North Carolina ... shot 50 percent or better in 17 games ... Maryland’s top scorer 10 times and top rebounder eight times ... MVP of Terrapin Classic, scoring 42 points with 17 rebounds in two games ... named ACC Rookie of the Week three times (Feb. 22, Feb. 8 and Dec. 14).
Before Maryland Warley attended St. John’s High School in the D.C. metro area where she was her team’s MVP and helped guide her squad to a city championship ... team was 30-1 with Warley as its center/forward … team MVP as a sophomore, also … named All-Met by the Washington Post as a senior ... an all-tourney selection at the New Orleans Shake & Bake Tournament and was the leading rebounder at the Bishop Walsh Tournament in Cumberland ... an all-tourney pick at the Bishop Walsh Tournament as both a sophomore and senior ... coached by Patty Langworthy.
Personal Born on March 10, 1980 ... daughter of Walter (deceased) and Cheryl Warley ... sisters Kim (30), Wendy (24), Lakeesha (10) and Yolanda (9) ... majoring in family studies... full name is Darrielle Dehollowin Warley.
Q: What is your favorite movie? A: Low Down Dirty Shame
Q: Who is your favorite actress? A: Angela Bassett
Q: What is your favorite book? A: Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston
Q: What is the greatest thing about Maryland? A: Its tradition
Q: What is something that few people know about you? A: I love Scooby Doo.
Q: What is one word that describes you on the court? A: Warrior
Q: What are your plans for after graduation? A: To play in the WNBA or overseas
POINTS 31 vs Morgan State, 2/3/99
FGM 12 vs. Morgan State, 2/3/99
FGA 18 vs. North Carolina, 12/2/99
FG PCT .778 vs. Wagner 11/25/00 (7-9)
FTM 13 vs. Delaware, 11/26/00
FTA 16 vs. Delaware, 11/26/00
FT PCT 1.000 vs. NC State, 3/3/01 (12-12)
REBOUNDS 13 vs. Virginia, 2/5/01 13 vs. Dayton, 11/29/00
ASSISTS 4 vs. Florida State, 2/11/01
STEALS 6 vs. Brown, 12/29/99
BLOCKS 4 vs. Wagner, 11/25/00
MINUTES 42 at. Virginia Tech, 3/18/00