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63 Danni Ingraham
Danni  Ingraham


Laguna Niguel, Calif.

High School:
Dana Hills




Cavaliers Split Doubleheader At Longwood

Hughes scores twice, Ingraham homers as UVA rallies in game two


Virginia Splits Games To Open Spartan Classic

Ingraham hits pair of home runs to spark Cavalier rally against Ohio


Virginia Drops Doubleheader at Syracuse

Cavaliers conclude season Sunday


Virginia Tosses No-Hitter in Second Game of Split with Virginia Tech

Formby sisters combine for no-hitter in second game


Virginia Earns Series Win with 7-4 Victory over Boston College

Cavaliers use seven-run fifth inning to come from behind


Softball vs. Radford

Softball vs. Radford


Softball vs. Georgia Tech (by Matt Riley)

Softball vs. Georgia Tech (by Matt Riley)

2017 (Junior Season)
A Second Team VaSID All-State selection at first base
Led the team with 10 home runs, the first Cavalier to hit double-digit homers since 2010
Started all but one game at first base
Drove in a team-best 34 runs and compiled 45 hits (third most on the team)
Defensively, recorded 377 putouts, the third highest single-season total in school history and third most in the ACC
Batted .313 (26-for-83) with five home runs and 20 RBIs in conference play
Strung together a career-high, eight-game hit streak from April 18-30
Hit a pair of home runs in a 7-6 win over Georgetown on April 18
In her final nine regular season games, batted .486 (14-for-35) with five home runs and 17 RBIs
Hit a go-ahead, three-run home run in the regular season finale against Louisville to help UVA clinch a postseason berth for the first time since 2013

2016 (Sophomore Season)
A Second Team VaSID All-State selection at first base
Started all 48 games played, making 31 at 1B, 16 at DH and one at 2B
Hit .278 with seven home runs, 20 RBI and 18 runs scored
Posted 12 multiple-hit games and five multiple-RBI games
Went 2-for-3 with two home runs, three RBI and two runs vs. Ohio on February 26
Scored a season-high three runs at Georgia Tech with a home run and two RBI on April 23 

2015 (Freshman Season)

• Started 52 games, 49 as the designated player
• Second on the team with seven home runs
• Hit .289 with 10 doubles and 26 RBI
• Recorded 11 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI contests
• Had a season-high three hits against Delaware State on March 21
• Drove in three RBI twice
• Scored three runs against UTEP on Feb. 6

• Led Dana Hills to Southern Section CIF finals 2011-14
• Helped guide Dana Hills to Sea View League Championship in 2011
• 2012 Orange County Register Top-25 Player of the Year honoree
• Two-time All-Sea View League First Team
• 2014 All-South Coast League First Team
• 2014 Second-Team OC Sidelines All-State Team
• Cal Hi Sports All-State Third Team in 2014
• 2014 OC Varsity All-Orange County Third Team
• 2011 and 2014 Sea View League Offensive Player of the Year
• Played travel ball for Marty Tyson's Corona Angels 18 Gold
• 2014 Triple Crown USA National Champions
• Boulder Independence Day National Champions in 2014
• Won the ASA Champion's Cup in 2012, 2013 and 2014
• Finished as the runner up in 2012 and 2013 at the Triple Crown USA Nationals
• Four-time scholar-athlete
• Dana Hills Valedictorian for 2014
• 2012 Dana Hills Student of the Year

• Daughter of Keelie and Scott Ingraham
• Has a younger brother, Jeremy
• Uncle, Eric Karros, played in MLB from 1991-2004 and was the 1992 NL Rookie of the Year for the Dodgers
• Was a four-year volunteer at the Health & Medical Occupations Academy



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