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Danielle Lawrie
Danielle Lawrie

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Langley, British Columbia

High School:
Brookswood Secondary

Height:
5-7

Position:
P

Experience:
4L

B/T:
R/R

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Being a Husky..."It means you have the opportunity to play at one of the highest levels possible and represent your school as well as your family all the time in a very professional way. Being here gives you a little bit of a swagger because you're always surrounded by athletes that all carry themselves so well. It rubs off on you after awhile."

At Washington
2010 (Senior):Named National Player of the Year for the second-consecutive year, the only UW athlete to take home Player of the Year honors twice in any sport in school history ... compiled a 40-5 record in the circle with a 1.11 ERA and 495 strikeouts in 302.1 innings while walking just 46 ... fourth on team in batting avg., fourth in runs scored, tied for first in total bases, first in slugging pct., fourth in hits, fourth in on base pct., first in runs batted in, first in home runs, tied for first in stolen base pct., third in total plate appearances, tied for first in total game starts, third in assists, second in caught stealing by, first in earned run avg., first in low opposing batting avg., first in won-loss pct., first in wins, first in saves, first in innings pitched, first in batters struck out, first in appearances, first in games started, tied for first in games finished, tied for first in games in relief, first in batters SO out looking ... has thrown a Pac-10 record tying three perfect games this year ... has thrown four no-hitters ... came within two outs of a fourth, which would have given her back-to-back perfectos... has also been impressive at the plate, batting .314 with a team-high 15 home runs and 57 RBI ... Has been named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week eight times to put her one shy of her own single-season record and gives her 18 in her career to set a new conference record... Has also moved into second in Pac-10 history - and fourth in NCAA history - for career strikeouts... named USA Softball Player of the Week three times, becoming the first player to ever receive the award more than twice in a single season ... named NFCA National Player of the Week twice... had a nation-best 24 shutouts to break her own single-season school record ... had two streaks of 25-straight scoreless innings ... ranked in the top five nationally in strikeouts, ERA, wins, walks per seven innings, and strikeouts per seven innings ... opened the season in style with her first career seven-inning perfect game and just the second in UW history... faced the minimum 21 batters against Auburn (2/11) in a 5-0 opening win, striking out 16... for good measure, also went 2-for-3 at the plate with a two-run home run... after earning a save in UW's second game - striking out all three batters she faced - Lawrie came back that night to fire a three-hit shutout of Nevada with 13 strikeouts (2/12)... had a career day at the plate on 2/13 against Cal State Northridge, belting a pair of home runs - including a grand slam and a two-run shot - to give her a career-high six RBI... it was the second two-homer game of her career and second grand slam of her career... the next day, threw a one-hit shutout against Notre Dame (2/14), striking out 13 with no walks and adding her fourth home run of the weekend... all told, went 3-0 with 21.0 shutout innings, four hits allowed, 45 strikeouts and just one walk while batting .400 with four home runs and nine RBI... went 2-0 in a rain-shortened Campbell Cartier Classic, defeating UC Santa Barbara (2/19) for her 100th career victory to tie UW's all-time wins record... also had a big day at the plate, going 3-for-3 with two doubles and a home run to go along with three RBI.... shutout San Diego State the next day on one hit with 11 Ks to break the school record for career victories... added a home run against the Aztecs to give her six in seven games... earned her second Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week honor after the Cathedral City Classic, going 4-0 and defeating three ranked teams... allowed eight runs in 23.0 innings, striking out 37 batters and walking just three... started the weekend with a one-hit shutout with 10 Ks against BYU (2/25)... defeated No. 9 Oklahoma, striking out nine to move into eighth in NCAA history and fourth in Pac-10 history for career Ks... also added a two-run HR in the game... Struck out eight and allowed just two runs while going 2-for-3 with a home run against No. 19 Fresno State (2/27), extending her hitting streak to a career-high nine games before it was snapped in the final game of the weekend... went 3-0 at the Bank of Hawaii Invitational to earn Most Outstanding Player honors... struck out 31 batters in 22 innings while walking just two... also hit a home run and drove in eight runs in five games... first of her two shutouts on the weekend came against East Carolina (3/6) when she allowed just two hits and struck out seven in a 6-0 win... also had a two-run single in the game... fired an eight-inning, four-hit shutout of Hawaii (3/7) with 15 strikeouts and no walks... struck out seven of the final eight batters, including fanning the side in the eighth... defeated Hawaii again in the championship game, striking out nine and adding a two-run single, going 2-for-3 with a run and a stolen base... belted a three-run home run in a 12-0 win over Seattle (3/6) and added an RBI groundout... went 2-0 in the Husky Softball Classic with two shutouts, including a perfect game and another game in which she retired the first 19 batters... threw 62 pitches in firing her second perfect game of the season in the home opener, defeating Miami OH (3/11), 3-0, with a 14-strikeout performance... extended her streak to 41 consecutive batters retired when she carried a perfect game into the seventh inning against Portland State (3/13) before the Vikings collected two hits... finished with 13 strikeouts in the game and also had an RBI single and a walk... went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a walk against Miami (3/12) and 2-for-3 with a run and two RBI against Seattle (3/14)... went 3-0 in the Judi Garman Classic with two shutouts, striking out 23 batters and walking just one... also went 6-for-13 at the plate with eight RBI... went 3-for-3 with a double and three RBI against New Mexico (3/18)... Walked a career-high three times against DePaul (3/19).... went 2-for-2 with two runs and four RBI against Louisiana Lafayette, hitting two home runs and also walking once... shut the Ragin' Cajuns down on three hits in the five-inning victory... went 2-1 over the opening weekend of Pac-10 play against No. 5 UCLA, allowing just two runs in 19.1 innings while striking out 28 against a Bruins team that came in with the country's highest team batting average...after the Bruins broke her 18-game winning streak to start the season, dropping a 1-0 heartbreaker in which she struck out 11, bounced back to shut them down over the next two games, giving up just three hits and one run with nine strikeouts in game two (4/2) and allowing two hits and no runs while striking out eight in 5.1 innings in the finale... was named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for the third time for her efforts... earned her second-straight Player of the Week honor after going 3-0 against No. 2 Arizona and shutting down the nation's highest-scoring offense... Was also named the USA Softball National Player of the Week, allowing just four runs in 21 innings and striking out 39 with just four walks.... threw one shutout against the Wildcats and struck out at least 12 in each game... started the weekend with a 2-1 win, allowing just five hits and striking out 14... Fired a two-hit shutout in the second game, a 7-0 win, fanning 12... shut the Wildcats out over the first four innings of the finale to give her 12-straight scoreless innings against UA, before tiring late in the game and allowing three runs... struck out 13 in the final game while walking none... went 2-1 against No. 17 Oregon, striking out 12 in a series-opening victory while also driving in two runs and scoring twice... also struck out 12 in the finale, a two-hit shutout to give UW a 1-0 victory and the series win... named the Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for the third time in four weeks when she shut out No. 13 California for 17 innings over two games, including firing her third perfect game of the season... started the weekend with a 10-inning shutout with a season-high 18 strikeouts in a 1-0 win (4/23)... allowed just three hits in the game, holding the Bears hitless over six straight innings before giving up a double in the 10th... struck out the final two batters of the game to hold on to the win... threw 173 pitches in the game, striking out six Cal batters at least twice in the game, including fanning a pair of Golden Bears four times each... got stronger in extra innings, striking out the side in the eighth and fanning two each in the ninth and 10th... passed Arizona State's Katie Burkhart for second in Pac-10 history and sixth in NCAA history for career Ks during the game... after a rest on Saturday, came back Sunday to strike out 14 in her third perfect game, tying a conference record... posted double-digit strikeout numbers in eight of nine consecutive games, giving her 28 games overall at season's end ... had three hits and five RBIs against Arizona State (3/15) ... batted .262 collecting eight runs, 16 hits, two doubles, three home runs and 15 RBIs in 21 Pac-10 games played and started ... also, in Pac-10 games had a 1.01 ERA and eight shutouts in 125.1 innings pitched ... started all eight NCAA Tournament games batting .250 and collecting four runs, five hits, one home run, and two RBIs in 20 at bats ... had a 1.65 ERA and four shutouts in 55.0 innings pitched in the NCAA Tournament ... tied for sixth in the Pac-10 in all games in RBIs, first in ERA, first in batters struck out, first in lowest opposing batting avg., second in batters SO out looking, third in number of appearances, first in number of innings pitched, first in wins, tied for fifth in saves, second in games started, second in caught stealing by ... in only Pac-10 games, set Pac-10 records for first in ERA, first in batters struck out, first in lowest opposing batting average, first in innings pitched, first in batters SO out looking, first in wins, tied for first in appearances, first in games started, tied for first in caught stealing by ... holds record for season shutouts ... holds records for career number of wins, games started, complete games, shutouts in seven innings, fewest hits, lowest opponent avg. ... holds career records with tied for fifth in home runs, third in ERA, first in appearances, first in games started, first in wins, tied for third in saves, first in complete games, first in shutouts, first in innings pitched, first in strikeouts ... holds season record for second in games started, second in wins, second in complete games, first in shutouts, second in innings pitched ... holds a school record for career grand slams with two ... 2010 school leader for RBIs, home runs, ERA, appearances, games started, wins, winning percentage, saves, complete games, shutouts, innings pitched, strikeouts, fewest hits in seven innings, fewest walks in seven innings, fewest runs in seven innings ... Honda Award for Softball for second consecutive year, ESPY Nominee for Best Female Collegiate Athlete for second-consecutive year, First-Team NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-America, First-Team ESPN All-America, First-Team All-Pacific Region, Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year, Pac-10 Medal Winner, First-Team All-Pac-10 Conference, Husky Player of the Year/MVP, Husky Pitcher of the Year.

2009 (Junior): Named the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year and also took home the Honda Award for softball... Named the Women's College World Series Most Outstanding Player, going 5-1 with a 1.88 ERA with 49 strikeouts in 42.2 innings pitched while belting a home run and driving in five runs at the plate... First-team NFCA and ESPN All-American... Also named First Team All-Region and First-Team All-Pac-10 along with being named the Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year... Finished the season 42-8 with a 0.97 ERA and 521 strikeouts in 352.2 innings... Also had 21 shutouts, including two no-hitters and four one-hitters... Led the nation in wins and strikeouts while finishing third in shutouts and sixth in ERA... All four marks led the Pac-10... Her 521 strikeouts were one shy of the Pac-10 single-season record but did break her own school record... Also set UW single-season records for wins, shutouts, innings pitched, games started and complete games... Broke UW career records for strikeouts (1,365), shutouts (41), complete games (108) and innings pitched (888.1), while her 96 wins ranks second, just four shy of the record... Her 1,365 strikeouts rank fifth in Pac-10 history and 13th in NCAA history... Broke a UW single-game record when she struck out 24 batters in a 15-inning win over UMass in the NCAA Regionals... Was named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week a record six times and also earned two National Player of the Week honors the week of Feb. 24... Had a streak of 64.1 consecutive scoreless innings and 90.0 consecutive innings without allowing an earned run early this season... Won her first 15 games of the season at which point her season ERA was 0.14... Recorded 28 double-digit strikeout performances... Defeated six of the seven other Women's College World Series participants and 11 of the 15 seeded teams in the NCAA tournament, including shutouts over then-No. 1 Florida, No. 2 UCLA, No. 4 Alabama, No. 5 Michigan, No. 6 Georgia, No. 8 Arizona, No. 9 Stanford and No. 11 Ohio State... Also contributed at the plate, batting .268 with seven home runs and 30 RBI... Her seven long balls ranked third on the team... Her two no-hitters came against two of the nation's best in UCLA and Arizona, becoming the first pitcher in history to no-hit both in a season or a career... Had two shutouts in the World Series, including a two-hit shutout over Arizona State in nine innings while the other was a two-hit shutout with 12 Ks over Florida in the first game of the Championship Series... Did not get a hit in her first eight World Series at-bats until hitting a first-inning grand slam against Georgia in a loser-out game in the semifinals... Allowed five hits and three runs in the game while striking out 12, sending UW into the Championship Series with a 9-3 win... Beat the Gators with her arm and her bat in the series, allowing just nine hits and one earned run while striking out 20 in the two games... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI single in the final game and struck out eight, including the final two batters of the game with runners on base, to give UW its first National Championships... Was the superstar of the NCAA Super Regional in Atlanta, going 2-0 with a 0.50 ERA and 18 strikeouts against Georgia Tech, while leading the offense with a .571 average (4x7), six RBI, a double and two home runs... Had a career-day in the clinching 7-0 win, throwing a three-hit shutout with eight strikeouts while going 2-for-3 with two runs and four RBI, including a pair of two-run home runs for her first career multi-home run game... Went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI in the first game of the series, a 7-1 UW win... Also struck out 10 and allowed just four hits... Broke the UW single-season strikeout record in the first game, surpassing her own mark of 457... Had one of the most memorable games in NCAA postseason history in the Regionals in Amherst, Mass., when she pitched 15 innings and threw 251 pitches while striking out 24 batters in UW's 6-1 win over UMass to advance to Super Regionals... The 24 strikeouts were a school record and were four shy of the NCAA single-game record and two shy of the Pac-10 record... She is one of 15 pitchers in NCAA history with 24+ Ks in a game and one of just three Pac-10 pitchers... Also had two hits in the game, including a two-run single in the 15th inning... Struck out Atlantic-10 Player of the Year Carly Normandin six times in the game... Won four games in a five-day span from April 29-May 3, including a no-hitter of UCLA (4/29), a one-hitter with 18 Ks against Oregon (5/3) and a two-hit shutout of Oregon (5/2)... Became the first pitcher since 1998 to no-hit the Bruins... Went over the 1,200 mark for career strikeouts against Oregon, becoming just the 25th pitcher in NCAA history to do so... Went on to be named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for a record-breaking sixth time... The 18 Ks against the Ducks matched a season-high at the time and was her seven-inning high... Defeated Arizona, the nation's No. 1 offense, for the second time during the season when she allowed just four hits and struck out 13 in a 4-1 win on April 25 in Tucson... Won all three games in UW's sweep of the Oregon schools, throwing two shutouts, to earn her fifth Pac-10 POW honor... Threw a two-hit shutout against Oregon (4/17), striking out 11 and not allowing a hit until the sixth inning... Also hit her third home run of the season in the game... Came back the next day to pitch nine scoreless innings and strike out 13 in a 1-0 win against Oregon State (4/18).. Fired her first no-hitter of the season and third of her career against the nation's leading offense, striking out 12 in a 6-0 victory over No. 9 Arizona (4/3)... Became the first pitcher since 2000 to no-hit the Wildcats... Came back the next two days to shut down the nation's second-leading offense in Arizona State en route to her fourth Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week honor... Also contributed at the plate against the Arizona schools, going 4-for-8 with three RBI... Won all three of her games in the Judi Garman Classic against ranked teams, defeating No. 24 Florida State (4-1), No. 10 Michigan (1-0) and No. 21 Fresno State (3-0)... Struck out 18 batters and allowed just two hits and one walk in her 11 innings... Allowed just one hit and did not walk a batter against No. 10 Michigan, throwing just 85 pitches and striking out 13... Won her first three games in the Easton SEC/Pac-10/Big 12 all via shutout and all against ranked teams and was named to the All-Tournament team... Beat No. 24 Baylor, 1-0, striking out 10 Lady Bears... Threw back-to-back shutouts over No. 11 Georgia and No. 1/3 Alabama on March 7, limiting Georgia's high-powered offense to two hits in the 2-0 victory... Went over the 1,000 career strikeout mark in a 6-0 shutout of Alabama... Came back to shutout Alabama's equally powerful offense in front of over 3,000 fans, striking out eight and allowing four hits to snap the Tide's 23-game home winning streak... Had an impressive weekend in the Cathedral City Classic, throwing three shutouts, two of which came in extra-inning games against ranked teams... Started the weekend with a nine-inning, two-hit shutout of No. 2 Florida (2/20) in which she struck out 12... Threw back-to-back shutouts against Nebraska and No. 23 Ohio State on Feb. 22.. Set what was then a season-high with 15 strikeouts against the Cornhuskers, which she then topped by striking out 16 in an eight-inning 1-0 victory over Ohio State the next game... Allowed a leadoff single in the first to Nebraska then retired the final 21 batters... Allowed just two hits to the Buckeyes... Belted her first home run of the season against Nebraska, a solo shot to right field... Was named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for the second consecutive week for her efforts and was also named the USA Softball National Player of the Week and the NFCA Player of the Week... Became Washington's all-time career leader in strikeouts at the Campbell Cartier Classic, passing Jennifer Spediacci with her 895th strikeout against San Diego State (2/14)... Was named Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for the first time this season and fifth time in her career when she went 3-0 in the Campbell Cartier Classic, not allowing a run in 18.1 innings of work while striking out 28 batters and walking just one... Had a strong opening weekend, going 3-0 with a 0.64 in four appearances... Pitched 22.0 innings - making three starts and one relief appearance, striking out 36 batters while allowing just two earned runs and eight hits... Struck out 12 batters twice over the weekend, first in a 4-2 win over Loyola Marymount (2/7) and again in a one-hit shutout of Utah (2/8)... Came within one out of her third career no-hitter against Utah, retiring 20 consecutive batters after allowing a walk in the first inning.

2008 (Redshirt)
Danielle Lawrie sat out the 2008 season while competing for the Canadian National Team at the Olympic Games in Bejing, China.

Canadian National Team
One of 15 players selected to represent Canada in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China... Made three appearances and pitched 12 innings, including a complete-game against Venezuela in which she struck out nine... She allowed just two runs on four hits, but Canada was unable to give her any support, falling 2-0... Made her first appearance of the games and earned the victory in Canada's 9-2 win over the Netherlands... Lawrie struck out four in four innings of work while allowing just one run on two hits... In all, she struck out 13 batters in 12 innings in Beijing... Member of the Canadian National Team in 2005, `06, `07 and `08... Also spent one season on the Canadian Junior National team and one on the Developmental Team... Helped the national team qualify for the 2008 Olympic Games at the 2006 World Cup... In October of 2007 at the China Cup held in Beijing, helped the team to the Silver Medal as the Canadians won all three games she started... Finished the seven-day tournament with a 3-0 record and a team-best 1.29 ERA... Her 21 2/3 innings pitched and 18 strikeouts also led the team... Had her best performance of the China Cup against Australia, which had already defeated the Canadians twice in the tournament, pitching seven shutout innings while giving up just two hits and striking out three in leading the team to a 4-0 win... Threw a complete game shutout vs. Australia with seven strikeouts at the 2006 World Cup... Named Most Valuable Pitcher at the 2006 Canada Cup where the team won a silver medal... Threw 6.2 innings of relief vs. Netherlands, giving up just one run and striking out 13 batters... Tossed a complete game shutout with five strikeouts against Italy at the 2006 ISF World Championships... Earned the shutout victory over Chinese Taipei at the ISF World Championships with eight strikeouts... Beat Team USA at the 2005 World Cup, tossing a complete game and striking out seven.

2007 (As A Sophomore)
Louisville Slugger/NFCA First Team All-American utility/pitcher ... named to the Women's College World Series All-Tournament Team ... First Team All-Pacific Region utility/pitcher ... First Team All-Pac-10 pitcher ... National Strength and Conditioning Association All-American ... three-time Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week ... top-25 finalist for USA Softball Player of the Year ... broke her own school-record with 457 strikeouts ... ranks second on the UW career list with 844 strikeouts, fourth with a 1.49 earned run average, fifth with five saves and fifth with 62 complete games ... finished with a 31-13 record with a 1.54 ERA ... threw 11 shutouts and held opponents to a .170 batting average ... ranked among the Pac-10's top-10 in seven categories, including first in strikeouts looking (130), tied for second in saves (3), third in opponent batting average (.170), strikeouts (457), wins (31) and innings pitched (278.0), and fourth in earned run average (1.54) ... ranked second on the team with 10 home runs ... five of those home runs came in Pac-10 play, which ranked sixth in the conference ... had 25 double-figure strikeout performances, one no-hitter and six one-hitters ... had seven games with 15 or more strikeouts ... struck out 20 batters twice this season, including in a seven inning game vs. USF (Feb. 18) and again in nine innings vs. LSU (Mar. 3) to break her own school record of 19 set last season ... struck out 17 in the season-opener vs. Cal Poly (Feb. 9) ... hit a two-run home run vs. Santa Clara in her only plate appearance (Feb. 11) ... fanned 16 and allowed just one hit vs. Hofstra (Feb. 17) ... held Wichita State to just two hits and struck out 10 in a five-inning complete game (Feb. 19) ... hit a three-run home run vs. Michigan State (Feb. 24) ... held Portland State to one hit over five innings and fanned 13 (April 12) ... hit a two-run home vs. Portland State (Mar. 2) ... struck out 20 and allowed just one hit in nine innings vs. LSU (Mar. 3) ... gave up just one hit and struck out 15 vs. Texas Tech (Mar. 9) ... went 2-for-5 with a double, home run and five RBI vs. Pacific (Mar. 17) ... hit 2-for-3 with a double vs. Utah (Mar. 20) ... went 3-for-3 with a double and home run vs. UCLA (April 7) ... hit a two-run home run vs. Oregon (April 13) ... went 3-for-3 vs. Oregon State with a home run (April 15) ... held California to two runs and struck out 13 in eight inning victory (April 20) ... threw a one-hitter vs. Stanford and struck out 10 in six innings (April 22) ... also went 3-for-4 from the plate with two doubles, two runs scored and an RBI vs. the Cardinal ... had a two-RBI single vs. UCLA (April 25) ... tossed a one-hit shutout vs. Oregon and struck out 10 in six innings (April 29) ... also had an RBI-double vs. the Ducks ... threw a three-hit shutout vs. Stanford (May 4) ... allowed just one run and struck out 10 vs. California (May 6) ... held Arizona to just one run and struck out six (May 11) ... hit home runs in back-to-back games vs. Arizona (May 11-12) ... went 3-for-3 vs. Arizona in the Pac-10 finale (May 12) ... earned the win vs. Creighton (May 18) to open the Regional Tournament, allowing one run on four hits with 11 strikeouts ... tossed a five-inning, one-hit shutout vs. Georgia (May 19), while going 2-for-3 with a home run and four RBI ... threw a four-hit shutout with five strikeouts and a 2-for-3 performance at the plate vs. Georgia (May 20) in the regional final ... held Alabama to four hits and fanned nine in the Super Regional opener (May 25) ... struck out 10 vs. Alabama in the Super Regional Championship game (May 26) ... opened the Women's College World Series by throwing a no-hitter and striking out nine vs. DePaul (May 31) ... pitched a five-inning complete game shutout vs. Northwestern at the WCWS, striking out 11 and allowing just one hit (June 1).

2006 (As A Freshman)
NCAA Provo Regional MVP ... All-Pac-10 second team ... Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week for March 29-April 2 ... named to the LSU Classic and Compass Invitational all-tournament teams ... had a 23-16 record and 1.44 earned run average ... struck out 387 batters in 257.2 innings ... the 387 strikeouts were a school single-season record ... had nine shutouts and held opponents to a .186 batting average ... ranked second in the Pac-10 with 387 batters struck out, 112 struck out looking and 257.2 innings pitched ... had 20 double-figure strikeout performances ... threw the program's third-ever perfect game on Feb. 26 vs. Utah Valley State in six innings ... struck out 15 in the win, including a string of 14 consecutive strikeouts ... also struck out 15 batters vs. Mississippi Valley State (Feb. 18) at the LSU Tiger Classic and against Pacific in nine innings (Mar. 21) ... recorded her first career hit vs. Utah Valley State on Feb. 26 ... tossed back-to-back shutouts vs. Western Kentucky (Feb. 17) and Mississippi Valley State (Feb. 18) at the LSU Tiger Classic ... struck out 13 batters vs. Ball State (Mar. 11) ... picked up a save against Michigan (Mar. 17) , giving up one hit and fanning three in two innings ... earned the win vs. ULL (Mar. 18), holding the Ragin Cajuns to two runs on four hits with 13 strikeouts ... held Stanford to three hits and struck out 12 in a 1-0 loss on April 1 ... earned the win vs. the Cardinal the next day with another 12 strikeout performance ... picked up the win against Arizona State on April 8 after throwing eight innings of relief in an 11-inning game ... gave up just four hits and struck out 13 in the win ... held Oregon to two hits and struck out 14 on April 21 ... fanned 19 in 12 innings vs. UCLA (April 26) to set a school record for strikeouts in an extra-inning game ... struck out 19 batters vs. Arizona State two days later (April 28) in seven innings to set a school record for most strikeouts in a regulation game ... gave up just three hits and struck out 11 vs. Arizona (April 30) ... also hit a home run in that game ... held Oregon State to two hits and struck out 11 (May 5) ... struck out 14 vs. California in 9.1 innings (May 12) ... earned all three victories at the Provo Regional, allowing no runs and just five hits in 17 innings with 29 strikeouts ... fanned 13 batters and allowed just two hits vs. Kansas (May 20) in the Regional Championship ... held Texas to one run on four hits with seven strikeouts in six innings in the Super Regional Opener (May 26).

At Brookswood Secondary
Three-year letterwinner at Brookswood Secondary ... led team to three league championships, earning Most Valuable Player honors as a freshman and senior ... four-time first team All-Star ... three-time team captain ... also lettered in basketball ... played summer ball for the White Rock Renegades for five years under coach Rick Sullivan ... named the MVP of the 2005 Nationals.

Personal
Daughter of Cheryl and Russ Lawrie ... has one brother, Bret (19), who is a member of the Canadian Junior National Baseball Team and was recently drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers ...contemplating a career in sports broadcasting ... born Danielle Elaine Lawrie in Burnaby, British Columbia ... is Washington's first Canadian player.

Swing, Miss, Repeat When Facing Lawrie - ESPN.com (June 10, 2009)
UW's Lawrie May be Most Dominant Seattle Athlete Ever - Seattle Times (June 4, 2009)
Lawrie Leads Huskies on Long Road to World Series - Seattle P-I (May 28, 2009)
UW pitcher Danielle Lawrie is a Hit On and Off the Diamond - Seattle Times (May 7, 2009)
UW Pitcher Danielle Lawrie, Brother Brett, Poised for Beijing Olympics - Seattle P-I (July 15, 2008)
Northwest Notes: Lawrie Perfect for UW Softball - Seattle Times (Feb. 27, 2006)


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