Leominster High School Athletic

WALL OF FAME

Danielle Lund – 2017

  • 1996 Graduate of Leominster High School
  • Earned a Bachelor’s degrees in economics and organizational studies – Michigan in 2001
  • Helped lead Michigan to its first Big Ten Championship in 1997
  • Compete in the doubles draw at the 1998 NCAA Championships
  • The All-Big Ten selection was ranked as high as No.28 in singles and No. 8 in doubles, and she ranks ninth on Michigan’s all-time wins list with 80 victories
  • Selected Big Ten Conference’s Sportswoman of the Year in 1999
  • The first player in the history of Michigan tennis to play in all three national championship events – the ITA All-American Championships, the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships an the NCAA Championships 
  • Assistant Coach – The University of Michigan 2001-02 season
  • Competed on the WTA Tour from 2002-05 while also serving as a volunteer assistant at the Boston University during the 2004-05 season

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  • Served as an assistant coach at Yale for the 2005-06 season
  • Assembled five consecutive top-25 national recruiting class from 2009-2013 at Yale
  • Named Yale University’s Head Coach 2007
  • In 2008 led the Bulldogs to their first Ivy League title since 1989 with a perfect 7-0 mark in conference play
  • Led Yale to three additional Ivy League Championships from 2011 through
  • The two-time Wilson/ITA Northeast Region Coach of the Year (2011 and 2013) led Yale to its first ever NCAA tournament appearance in 2008.  Yale posted its first NCAA tournament match victory under McNamara in 2011 and added a second NCAA tournament victory the following season
  • Yale accumulated 24 All-Ivy League singles selections and 11 all-conference doubles honorees with McNamara at the helm
  • McNamara totaled a 124-49 overall record, including an impressive 48-8 mark in Ivy League matches, during her eight seasons at Yale (2007-14)
  • 2015 named Head Coach at University of Texas

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