Shot Speed: 53mph
40yrd Dash: 5.10sec
Danowski won the USILA's Lt. Col. J.I. (Jack) Turnbull Award as the nation's top Attackman twice. He was a three-time USILA First Team All-American and one of just two players in ACC history (the other is Joe Walters) to earn the Rookie of the Year, Player of the Year and Tournament MVP awards.
While at Duke, Danowski become the NCAA's all-time leading scorer with 353 career points on 170 goals and 183 assists. He is one of just three players in NCAA history to amass 150+ goals and 150+ assists in a career and is one of two players in NCAA history to register multiple single-season scoring totals of 90+ points. He is the only player in NCAA history to post three seasons with both 40+ goals and 40+ assists. He ranks fourth in assists and 13th in goals on the NCAA's career charts.
A prolific scorer, Danowski paced the country in total scoring three times and led the county in assists three times as well. He is one of just two four-time ACC All-Tournament picks in the league's history.
In 2003, he played in the ILF U-19 World Championships, winning the gold medal. He was named to the ILF All-World Team and was the MVP of the U-19 World Championships, leading the US in scoring with 27 points on 17 goals and 10 assists in six games. He was a three-time All-American at Farmingdale, NY.