LMU Freshman Alyssa Daniell
Clackamas High School graduate Alyssa Daniell chose LMU because it provided her the chance to play softball at its highest levels while receiving an exceptional education rooted in Jesuit tradition. A four-year scholar athlete, she earned all-conference and all-state recognition during high school career while volunteering as youth softball coach and making blankets for Children’s Hospital.
Achievement and Honors
At the end of her college career, she had conducted original research and presented it at six local and regional conferences to present it. In addition, she participated in Lone Star Community College-The Honors College’s Honors College Leadership Program where she assisted in creating academic events such as Lone Star Community College-The Honors College’s semi-annual Honors Undergraduate Research Conference for Lone Star Community College-The Honors College located in Tomball Texas – she received multiple accolades including the Go! Fellowship, Hallam Citizen Scholars Sally Posey Leadership Fellows & Scarbrough Fellows awards
Daniell was also named WCC Player of the Week in 2021 while playing for Loyola Marymount prior to transferring to Oregon in 2022. Daniell previously won State High School Player of the Year awards prior to her transfer.
Alyssa Daniell is an active participant in her community and has contributed time and talent to local causes. She volunteers in the youth softball program as well as making blankets for hospitalized children. Alyssa chose LMU because it provided her with an opportunity to participate at the highest level and receive an education steeped in Jesuit tradition, in addition to providing valuable research experience while earning her degree at Honors College.