Junior (2011-12): In her third season, Danosia appeared in two doubles matches..went 0-2 in those matches competing with Jeri Reichel at No. 2 against No. 12 Northwestern and No.24 Arkansas...was named one of three captains for the 2012-13 season.
Sophomore (2010-11): In her second season, Danosi appeared in 22 singles matches ... went 15-7 in those matches, and 3-0 in conference contests ... in singles, she varied between playing fourth, fifth or sixth singles ... partnered with Jeri Reichel for all but two matches in doubles and went 14-10 overall and 1-5 during the Ivy season ... from Nov. 5 through Feb. 26, she won seven straight singles matches ... had two 4-match winning streaks in doubles ... earned the team Most Improved Award.
Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in 15 matches during her first season with the Big Green ... recorded a 11-4 mark in those matches ... appeared in three matches during the dual season, going 3-0 with wins over St. John's, Quinnipiac and UMass ... beat the Bobcats at the No. 4 position with a quick 6-1, 6-0 win ... posted an 8-4 record in singles in her first fall campaign ... undefeated at the Big Green Invite with two wins in both singles and doubles ... teamed with classmate Sarah Leonard ... overall she went 4-5 in doubles in the fall.
Before Dartmouth: Competed at the high school level for freshman and sophomore years at the Columbus School for Girls in Ohio ... named team MVP both seasons, leading the team to the Division 2 State Tournament ... received Central Catholic League All-League honors as a sophomore ... after sophomore year, began competing nationally ... earned second-place finishes in the Midwest Open and Midwest Designate February Series back in 2006-07 ... was the backdraw champion in her first Midwest Open in 2005-06 ... reached the quarterfinals of the National Open in 2007-08 and in the Midwest Closed Champoinships in 2007-08.
Personal: Christina Danosi was born January 16, 1991 ... daughter of Steve and Kimberly Danosi ... father fenced collegiately at Wayne State and went on to compete internationally ... earned a Harvard Book Award as a junior in high school ... National Honor Society member and was named an Outstanding Science Student as a senior ... Danosi began her scholastic career at the Columbus School for Girls when she was three years old.