Daniel Gray
Daniel Gray
Height: 6-1
Weight: 180
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Bowie, Md.
High School: The Bullis School

2013: Earned America East Conference Second Team honors in singles... Posted a 6-6 singles record in the spring, with an impressive 3-0 mark in conference competition… Finished with a 5-3 singles record when playing in the No. 6 spot… Had a doubles record of 9-4 in the spring… Triumphed in both singles and doubles in UMBC’s America East semifinals victory over Stony Brook University… Won a dramatic three-setter over the Seawolves, 6-3,4-6,6-1.

2012: Posted a 12-18 record at No. 5 singles in his initial campaign… Registered a four-match winning streak, capped by three-set win over Boston University on Feb. 12… Won the clinching match as UMBC rallied from a 3-1 deficit to feat UT-Pan American, 4-3… Defeated his opponent 7-6 (5), 5-7, 7-6 (5) to end a five-hour marathon match on March 24… Captured 10 matches at No. 2 doubles.

Background: The Ben Johns’ Interstate Athletic Conference tournament No. 1 singles champion… Finished his four-year career undefeated in IAC matches… The Most Valuable Player in the IAC in 2011… Won the league’s No. 4 singles title as a freshman, the No. 3 singles title as a sophomore and No. 2 singles title as a junior… Reached a top ranking of No. 13 in the Mid-Atlantic region… An honor roll student who earned a Science Award at The Bullis School in 2010… Grandfather, Herbert Gray was a 1961 draft pick of the NBA’s St. Louis Hawks and father, Herb, played collegiate basketball at East Carolina… Lists favorite professional team as the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles and favorite move is The Pursuit of Happiness… Considering a major in chemistry/biochemistry/molecular biology... The youngest of four siblings… Son of Michelle and Herb Gray… Born Jan. 11, 1993.