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She won three softball titles at Brookswood Secondary School, where she also lettered in basketball.
Prior to the 2008 Olympic Games, Lawrie was a member of the Canadian National Team in 2005, '06, '07 and '08. She also spent one season on the Canadian Junior National team, and one on the Developmental Team. She helped the National Team qualify for the 2008 Olympics at the 2006 World Cup. In October 2007 at the China Cup, held in Beijing, the Canadians won all three of the games in which Lawrie started, and received the Silver Medal. Lawrie finished the seven-day tournament with a 3–0 record and a team-best 1.29 ERA. Her 21⅔ innings pitched and 18 strikeouts also led the team. She had her best performance of the China Cup against Australia, which had already defeated the Canadians twice in the tournament, pitching seven shutout innings while giving up just two hits and striking out three in leading the team to a 4–0 win. At the 2006 World Cup, Lawrie threw a complete game shutout against Australia with seven strikeouts. She was named Most Valuable Pitcher at the 2006 Canada Cup, where the team was awarded a silver medal. She threw 6⅔ innings of relief against the Netherlands, giving up just one run and striking out 13 batters. She tossed a complete game shutout with five strikeouts against Italy at the 2006 ISF World Championships, where she also earned a shutout victory over Chinese Taipei with eight strikeouts. She was named to Beat Team USA at the 2005 World Cup, tossing a complete game and striking out seven.
Danielle, the daughter of Cheryl and Russ Lawrie, grew up and currently resides in Langley, British Columbia. Her younger brother, Brett, a major league baseball player for the Chicago White Sox, began playing with the Canadian national junior team at the age of 15, and played for Team Canada in the 2008 Summer Olympics. She used to have an older sister named Nicole, who died in an accident when she was only 5, before Brett was even born. She and Brett left special tattoos on their bodies in her memory. She attended Brookswood Secondary School, where she lettered in softball, also helping the team to three league championships. She was named Most Valuable Player in her freshman and senior years, and was a first team All-Star four years and team captain three times. In addition to softball, Lawrie also lettered in basketball. She played summer ball for the White Rock Renegades for five years under coach Rick Sullivan, and was named the MVP of the 2005 Canadian National Team. After graduating from Brookswood, she went on to the University of Washington, becoming the first Canadian on the team.
Lawrie did not play for the Huskies in their 2008 season because she was representing the Canadian National Team at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.
Lawrie was one of 15 players selected to represent Canada in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, where she made three appearances and pitched 12 innings. In her first Olympic appearance, she earned a victory in Canada's 9–2 win over the Netherlands, striking out four in four innings of work, while allowing just one run on two hits. She also hurled a complete game against Venezuela in which she struck out nine batters, allowing just two runs on four hits, but Canada was unable to support her in a 2–0 loss. In all, she struck out 13 batters in 12 innings at Beijing.
Beginning on February 7, 2009 with a win over Loyola Marymount Lions, Lawrie achieved a 64.1 consecutive scoreless innings streak. The Portland State Vikings snapped it on March 1 when they scored in the third inning. During the streak, Lawrie won all 11 games (7 complete) and struck out 112, allowing only 15 hits and 11 base on balls for a 0.40 WHIP. A week later on March 7, Lawrie garnered her 1,000th career strikeout in a win over the Alabama Crimson Tide. After another week, Lawrie combined with Morgan Melloh of the Fresno State Bulldogs for 31 strikeouts in an 11-inning win for the Huskies on March 14.
In the NCAA tournament, Lawrie and the Huskies won their region with a 15-inning, 6–1 victory over the Massachusetts Minutewomen on May 18. Lawrie fanned a school and career best 24 batters and, with Brandice Balschmiter's 14 strikeouts, combined for an NCAA top-10 combined strikeouts single game record at 38. Lawrie's total was also fourth-place tie for an individual pitcher in a single game. At the World Series, Lawrie fought through to the finals, including beginning a career best 21 consecutive game win streak on May 31, defeating the Georgia Bulldogs; the streak would resume and conclude in the 2010 season. Lawrie led the Huskies in back-to-back wins over the No. 1 seeded Florida Gators and in the finale, struck out 8 and drove in the game-winning run to earn MVP and All-Tournament honors.
In 2010, Lawrie joined the professional ranks of the NPF as a pitcher for the USSSA Pride. Danielle wears number 15 for Pride as she did for the Washington Huskies. Danielle pitched her first game for the Pride on July 30, 2010 against the Chicago Bandits. The final score of Lawrie's first game was 8–3 in favor of the Chicago Bandits. In 2011, Lawrie was named an All-Star for the Pride. Beginning on June 26-August 3, she won 8 consecutive games for a career best. For those wins, Lawrie threw 52.0 and gave up 24 hits, 10 earned runs, 18 walks and collected 55 strikeouts for a 1.34 ERA and 0.81 WHIP. Beginning on the same day until July 9, Lawrie achieved 27.1 consecutive scoreless innings with 10 hits, 7 walks and 29 strikeouts for a 0.62 WHIP. To open the 2012 season, she struck out a career best 13 batters in a 9–3, June 8 win vs. the Chicago Bandits. Lawrie would also bookend her first tenure by winning two Cowles Cup Championships in 2010 and 2014. In 2019, she joined the Canadian Wild. Lawrie currently ranks top-10 all-time in career strikeout ratio.
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Currently, Danielle Lawrie is 35 years, 7 months and 22 days old. Danielle Lawrie will celebrate 36th birthday on a Tuesday 11th of April 2023. Below we countdown to Danielle Lawrie upcoming birthday.