Coach Entlich on Danielle:
“Danielle is a great one-v-one defender who attacks well down the flank. She is strong in the tackle, good in the air, and possesses great intensity.”
A first round draft pick in 2002, Borgman played 14 games for the CyberRays, starting nine of them.
U.S. National Team:
Danielle Borgman received her first cap with the U.S. national team as a 17-year-old and played on the United States’ last two Nordic Cup championship squads with the under-21 national team.
Borgman played on two NCAA championship teams and two runner-up teams in her career at North Carolina. She started all 101 matches the Tar Heels played in her four years in Chapel Hill and was a three-year all-American. In 2001 she was a finalist for the Missouri Athletic Club Player of the Year Award. Playing mostly at right back, Borgman scored seven goals and had 18 assists as a collegian
Full name is Danielle Lynn Borgman…Majored in Exercise and Sports Science at North Carolina. Father Jerry is a route salesman, mother Sue is a secretary and was a bareback bull rider in Louisiana rodeos.