Wurzberger on Waltman:
“We would love to see Danny have a big year in goal for the Huskies this fall.”
2002 (Junior) - Split time in goal with Chris Eylander, starting 11 of his 12 games played…earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors…made 60 saves and gave up 20 goals…tallied a 1.62 goals against average…led the Pac-10 in saves per game with five…made career-high 10 saves vs. Cal (Oct. 13), the second-best save performance by a Pac-10 keeper…grabbed nine saves vs. South Carolina (Sept. 15)…made eight saves versus UCLA (Nov. 1)…posted a shutout against Fresno State (Oct. 25). 2001 (Sophomore) - Emerged as the starting goalkeeper for the final three games of the season, against Stanford and California and in the NCAA second round versus Portland ... also started early season games against Wm. and Mary and Seattle University ... appeared in seven games overall ... made 16 saves and gave up eight goals. 2000 (Freshman) - Reserve keeper who saw 16 minutes of action in goal in UW’s 7-0 victory over California.
Competed on the West Regional ODP team this past season and played on the state ODP team the past two years...competed with five other Huskies for several years on the Solaris club team, which won the Washington State Cup Championship the past six years…Solaris also became the first American team to win the prestigious Newcastle International Youth Tournament, doing so in 1997…earned player of the match honors when Solaris won the state championship in 1996…earned first-team all-league honors all four years and first-team all-area the past two seasons while playing for Bellarmine Prep, which qualified for the state tournament and was undefeated league champ all four years…named co-MVP of his league as a junior, and he helped his team place fourth at state his freshman season while maintaining a goals-against average of under 1.00...MVP of his team his final year.
Daniel Nathan Waltman…born Sept. 19, 1981, in Tacoma, Wash. …parents are Richard and Ruth Waltman…has one brother, Matt…majoring in business.