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Danielle Gallagher

Hall of Fame


Inducted 2006


College of William and Mary

Inducted as a truly great player, Gallagher was a four-time U.S. World Cup team member as an attack player and ranks second all-time on the U.S. scoring list with 64 career points (32 goals, 32 assists). Gallagher, who first joined the U.S. national teams program in 1987, helped the U.S. team win the World Cup in 1993, 1997 and 2001. 

The Manhasset, New York native was a two-time All-American at the College of William & Mary, earning first-team honors in 1989. Gallagher helped the Tribe to a pair of South Atlantic Conference championships, one ECAC championship and one NCAA tournament berth. 

Gallagher has served as a coach at the high school and collegiate levels and also as the director of the Long Island Liberty Lacrosse Club. During her two seasons at the University of Notre Dame, she helped guide the Fighting Irish to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance as well as a spot in the national Top 20 ranking. She has previously been inducted into the Manhasset and College of William & Mary halls of fame, as well as the US Lacrosse Long Island Metro Chapter Hall of Fame.