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32 Daniela Eppler
Daniela  Eppler


Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Roland Park Country School




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Casey Bocklet scored five goals with three assists


Women's Lacrosse Feature: Daniela Eppler

Originally published in the March 14 game program


First-Half Run Powers Virginia Past Princeton, 18-11

Four Cavaliers score hat tricks in the victory


NCAA Tournament Semifinals vs Syracuse

The Virginia women's lacrosse team in the 2014 NCAA Semifinals


Women's Lacrosse NCAA vs. Princeton (by Matt Riley)

Women's Lacrosse NCAA vs. Princeton (by Matt Riley)


Women's Lacrosse vs. Virginia Tech (by Matt Riley)

Women's Lacrosse vs. Virginia Tech (by Matt Riley)


Women's Lacrosse vs Maryland

The No. 6 Cavaliers hosted the No. 1 Terrapins in the 2013 home opener.

2015 Eppler Web Feature


• Started every game since her freshman season (80 games)
• Scored a career-best 12 goals with a career-high seven assists
• Scored the game-winning goal at Richmond and again at William & Mary
• Won 21 draw controls, finishing her career with 98 total
• Picked up 14 ground balls and caused three turnovers
• Scored two of Virginia's four goals in the loss to Notre Dame
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• VaSID All-State Second Team
• One of seven Cavaliers to start all 21 games
• Played defense to start the season before switching to midfield
• Scored 10 goals with four assists
• Tied for 11th in the ACC and tied for the team lead, averaging 1.76 ground balls per game
• Had a five-game goal-scoring streak snapped in the NCAA Quarterfinals against North Carolina
• Contributed points in nine of the final 10 games of the season
• Scored the game-winning goal in the victory at No. 9 Notre Dame
• Scored a pair of goals in the regular-season finale at Virginia Tech
• Had five ground balls in the NCAA Tournament victory over Princeton
• Had at least one ground ball in each of the last eight games of the season
• Had 15 ground balls in the five games since the end of the regular season (ACC and NCAA Tournament games)
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• One of five Cavaliers to start all 21 games
• 31 draw controls, 22 ground balls and 13 caused turnovers
• Won a season-high five draw controls at Old Dominion
• Had a stretch of 11-straight games with at least one draw control (3/13-4/25)
• Only had two games in the season in which she did not win a draw control
• Caused a season-high four turnovers at Boston College
• Scored a goal against Penn State
• Logged an assist at Old Dominion
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Named to the All-ACC Academic Women's Lacrosse Team
• Started all 19 games
• Second on the team with 32 draw controls
• Finished the season with one goal, one assist, 21 ground balls and nine caused turnovers
• Goal came at Maryland, her first collegiate point
• Had an assist at home against North Carolina
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• All-American honorable mention ('11)
• Academic All-American ('11)
• Baltimore All-Metro Team ('11)
• IAAM All-Star ('11)
• Towson Times first team ('11)
• Meledin Athletic Excellence Award and Lacrosse Excellence Award ('11)
• Finished senior season with 75 ground balls and 46 draw controls

• Parents are John and Cecilia Eppler
• Has a brother, John
• Father John played lacrosse at Virginia
• Her major is Foreign Affairs

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