Danielle Block was voted to the 2015 Conference USA Softball All-Academic Team.
As a Sophomore in 2011 at Western Kentucky: Appeared in 35 games starting 31 with 28 appearances pitching...Wagner tallied a .247 batting average with 11 runs off 21 hits for 13 RBIs...She tallied one double and four home runs surpassing her freshman campaign...Wagner tallied a career-high two home runs for three RBIs in a single game against Rhode Island March 4...She was named 2011 Buzz Classic MVP after finishing the tournament with three home runs, four runs and five RBIs...She pitched 130 innings with a 4.09 ERA finishing with a record of 11-11, striking out 88 batters...She tallied a season-high nine strikeouts against conference opponent North Texas April 2.
As a Freshman in 2010 at Western Kentucky: Made 34 appearances pitching starting 21 during the season with a total of 158.2 innings pitched...Finished the season with a record of 15-10...Recorded a total of 102 strikeouts during the season...Tallied a season-high 10 strikeouts against Tennessee State...Finished the season with a 2.38 ERA.
High School: Graduated from D'Iberville High School ... A six-time All-District honoree ... Named the team MVP two times ... Also won the coveted For the Love of the Game award ... Named to the All-South Mississippi Sun Herald team for two years and was selected as a second team All-State selection by the Clarion Ledger for two seasons ... Received the best defensive player award while at D'Iberville ... Also competed on the travel team, the Louisiana Voodoo.
Personal: Daughter of David and Sue Wagner ... Majoring in biology/pre-medicine