University of Washington
Three-year letterwinner who has started every game during her collegiate career, a total of 63 entering the 2007 season. 2006 (Junior) - Started all 20 games ... Tied for second on the team with two goals ... Found the back of the net against Rhode Island (Sept. 1) and Arizona State (Nov. 5) ... The goal against the Sun Devils was a 51st-minute strike that evened the score 1-1 en route to a tie in the season finale ... Also tied for second on the team with two assists ... Assisted on Shuree Hyatt's game-winning goal against Rhode Island (Sept. 1) ... Attempted a team-high 57 shots ... Honored as a second-team All-Pac-10 team selection ... An honorable mention All-Pac-10 academic team pick ... Selected to the all-tournament team at the Ohio State Tournament (Sept. 17). 2005 (Sophomore) - An honorable mention All-Pac-10 Team selection ... One of six Huskies to start all 20 games ... Scored one goal, at USC (Oct. 23) ... Attempted a team-high 56 shots. 2004 (Freshman) - One of seven Huskies to start all 23 games ... Helped UW advance to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament ... Netted both of her goals during a three-game span in late September ... Scored her inaugural collegiate goal against Loyola (Md.) College (Sept. 19) ... Tallied UW's second goal in a 2-0 victory over sixth-ranked Portland (Sept. 26) ... Distributed an assist on Tina Frimpong's first goal at Washington State (Oct. 29).
Tahoma High School
Four-year letterwinner at Tahoma High School ... Helped her high school team to an undefeated season and the 2002 Washington state Class 4A championship ... Named to first-team South Puget Sound League and all-area second-team in 2002 ... A second-team all-league selection as a sophomore in 2001 ... Placed second in the 300-meter hurdles at the 2002 state track meet ... Also lettered three years in basketball and track & field.
Born July 10, 1986 in Bellevue, Washington ... Parents are Kristi and Dan ... Majoring in psychology ... Played during the summers of 2006 and 2007 with the Seattle Sounders of the W-League.
Coach Gallimore on Bridges
"Dani has all the talent in the world. She is a multi-faceted player who, when we play, people notice her. Hopefully this is going to be the year that she shines in front of the goal. She is as good as they come as far as on the dribble and attacking."