2010 (Senior): Ended his collegiate career playing one year at UW and made a huge impact on the success of the 2010 team ... ranked 10th in the Pac-10 in all games in shots, 13th in shots per game, 15th in points and 16th in goals, goals per game (0.22) and assists ... was one of five players to play in all 18 games and made eight starts ... made his first start as a Husky at Portland on Sept. 18 ... also earned starts vs. Gonzaga, Seattle, San Diego State, Stanford, Cal and Oregon State (twice) ... was second on the team in penalty kicks (1-2) and assists (3) and third on the team in goals (4), points (11), shots (36) and shots on goal (16) ... took at least one shot in 14 of the 18 games ... scored two goals at Cal State Fullerton on Sept. 12, one in the 52nd minute on a penalty kick and one in the 85th minute ... scored in the 85th minute in the upset over No. 15 Portland on Sept. 18 ... also had his first assist as a Husky on Taylor Peay's goal in the 88th minute ... scored his final career goal, the game-winner in the eighth minute vs. Oregon State on Oct. 15 ... assisted Brent Richards on the game-winning goal in the 45th minute vs. Gonzaga on Sept. 22 ... also assisted Richards on a goal in the sixth minute at San Diego State on Oct. 3.
2009 (Junior): Played in 18 games scoring one goal.
2008 (Sophomore): Played much of the season as the starting left back, but returned to his natural spot as an attacking midfielder midway through the season ... played in 21 matches, starting 16 ... placed eight of his 15 shots on goal.
2007 (Freshman): Team's fifth-leading point scorer as a true freshman with eight ... scored four goals, including a game winner against Cal State Fullerton ... scored in consecutive matches against Portland on Nov. 16 and Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 18.
High School/Club: Participated in the Narrows League for all four seasons under coach Joe Waters ... as a freshman helped bring the Lions a state championship ... contributed to the team finishing in the quarters from 2005-07 ... made first-team all-league 2004-07 ... team MVP 2005-07 ... all-state honorable mention 2005 ... first-team all-atate 2006-07.
Personal: Born Dec. 23, 1988 in Tacoma, Washington ... son of Gerry and Michelle Gray ... has two sisters, Shannon and Justine ... his goal is to play professional soccer, following in his father's footsteps ... lists favorite professional club as Manchester United and player as George Best ... best match ever attended was Manchester United vs. Celtic F.C. in Seattle, Wash. at Qwest Field ... favorite soccer moments were World Cup `98 hosted and won by France and the 1999 and 2008 Champions League finals.
DANIEL GRAY'S CAREER STATISTICS (at UW only)