11  Dani Klupenger
Dani Klupenger

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Aurora, Ore.

High School:
Central Catholic

Height:
5-9

Position:
G

Major:
Journalism


10/19/2013

Countdown to #Seawolves Tip-Off: Seawolves for Life

GoSeawolves.org checks in with Danielle DeGiorgio `04, Dana Ferraro `08 and Dani Klupenger `13

09/16/2013

#Seawolves Weekly Wrap - Sept. 9-15

Big week for Stony Brook Athletics on and off the field

05/10/2013

Get Your RED On Minute Season 2, Episode 13 (Season Finale)

Find out who the nominees for Female and Male Athlete of the Year and watch the blooper reel.

05/03/2013

Get Your RED On Minute Season 2, Episode 12

Go inside the Soccer Spring Festival and help Pack the Park.

04/26/2013

Get Your RED On Minute Season 2, Episode 11

Learn basic lacrosse skills with women's lacrosse senior Janine Hillier

Career Highs

Points: 18 (2x, last vs. Maine 2/23/13)
Rebounds:
6 (vs. Morgan State, 12/21/11)
Assists:
4 (vs. Morgan State, 12/21/11)
Minutes:
39 (vs. Maine, 2/23/13)

2012-13: Named to the America East's All-Academic team...finished career fourth on Stony Brook's all-time made 3-pointers list with 114 career treys...played in 27 games, making 20 starts...drained 44 triples, which is tied for sixth most in Stony Brook single-season history...knocked down two 3-pointers in a win at Robert Morris on Nov. 28...nailed a trey in a victory against Vermont on Jan. 19...scored 11 points, including one triple, on 5-of-8 shooting and tied a season-high 31 minutes at UMBC on Jan. 23...tallied a game-high 14 points and tied a season-best with four 3-pointers in a career-high 36 minutes of play at Maine on Jan. 26...nailed a 3-pointer in a win over UNH on Feb. 2...notched four triples against Hartford on Feb. 10 to become the fifth Seawolf to hit 100 career 3-point field goals...sanked two 3-pointers to tie Theresa LoParrino for fourth all-time at Stony Brook with 102 treys made in a career...knocked down a triple to move into sole possession of fourth all-time at SBU in made 3-pointers with 103 career triples at Vermont on Feb. 16...tied a career-high in points (18) while establishing new career marks in made triples (six) and minutes (39) to help SBU rally for a win over Maine on Senior Day on Feb. 23...hit three 3-pointers in America East Quarterfinals against UNH on March 8.

2011-12: Appeared in all 30 games, making 16 starts ... named America East Fans Choice Player of the Year ... led team with 43 three-pointers ... ranked 11th in America East in made three-pointers and 13th in three-point field goal percentage ... shot 77.2 percent from free throw line ... scored 14 points vs. Iona (11/18) .... scored then career-high 16 points vs. George Mason (11/21) ... hit career-high five three-pointers in 10 attempts ... scored 13 points and had three rebounds vs. Robert Morris (11/23) ... had 10 points, six rebounds and four assists in win over Morgan State (12/21) ... tallied 11 points and grabbed three rebounds in victory over Youngstown State (12/27) ... scored career-high 18 points, went 4-for-6 from three and 6-for-6 from foul line and grabbed five rebounds in victory over Vermont (1/2) ... scored a team-high 17 points on 5-of-6 shooting from three-point range vs. UMBC (1/12) ... scored 12 points and grabbed four rebounds vs. Albany (2/4).

2010-11:Appeared in 21 games off the bench ... scored career-high 14 points in career-best 30 minutes at New Hampshire (1/15) ... went 5-for-10 from the field and 4-for-8 from three ... also had a career-high five rebounds ... scored six points in 13 minutes of action at Albany (2/17) ... had nine points in eight minutes of action in first round of America East tournament vs. Maine (3/3) ... went 3-for-4 from three-point range.

2009-10:Scored a career-high 12 points on 5-of-11 shooting against Boston University (1/13)... scored ten points against Maryland (12/27)... hit a pair of threes against the Terrapins... scored eight points and grabbed two rebounds against New Hampshire (1/6).

High School:Four-year letterwinner at Central Catholic High School for coach Sandy Dickerson... Gleukos All-Natural Sports Drink Player of the Year (2009)... two-time all-conference member (2008-09)... earned Coach's Award (2008), Most Inspirational (2009) and Free Throw Award (2008)... Aeries Player of the Month (2009)... Oregon City all-tournament team (2008)... two-time team captain... led team to a 26-1 record as a junior and 23-7 as a senior... averaged 13.7 ppg, 3.2 apg, 3.8 rpg and 1.8 spg as a senior... played for Team Concept AAU team and coach Michael Abraham... was class president and homecoming princess... named "Most Spirited" as a senior... an honor roll student... a fundraising coordinator for King Pin and also served as a Eucharistic minister.

Personal:Danielle Rae Klupenger ... born March 3, 1991 in Portland, Oregon ... daughter of Tami and Dan Klupenger ... has a younger sister, Morgan ... majoring in journalism.