Stony Brook student-athletes continue to make their mark in the classroom.
Seawolves continue to post strong performances in the classroom.
Ashley Castanio makes a career-high nine saves in net for the Seawolves.
The America East Champion Seawolves and Terrapins kick off Saturday night at 7 p.m. in College Park, Md.
The Seawolves win their first-ever conference title and will watch the NCAA selection show Monday at 4:30 p.m.
2013: Played the final 15:08 against Fairleigh Dickinson on Aug. 25 and combined with Ashley Castanio for the shutout...made two saves in the match.
2012: Did not appear in any games.
2011 (at Rider University): Started 19 games as a freshman and finished fourth in the MAAC with a 1.13 goals against average...posted an 8-5-2 record with one shutout...named MAAC Rookie of the Week three times.
High School: Lettered in soccer at St. Anthony's High School and was named team captain twice...four-time member of the LIJSL Olympic Development Program...led her Region I premier team, Stony Brook Arsenal, to a No. 25 national ranking and made game-saving stops in penalty shoot-outs to win the New York State Cup in 2007 and '08.
Personal: Danielle M. Singson...born March 9, 1992 in New York...daughter of Kenneth and Gloria Singson...member of the Stony Brook Pre-Nursing Society...member of the America East Commissioner's Honor Roll...member of the Golden Key International Society.
Singson Fun Facts: Favorite sports hero: Iker Casillas...Most impressive person I've ever met: Abby Wambach...I'd like to star in a music video with: David Guetta...Profession I most admire: nurse...Record I dream of breaking: Stony Brook's goalkeeping records.