NEW HAVEN, Conn.- Caldwell University women’s basketball alum Danielle Ciresi Murphy ’91 was elected into the third class of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Hall of Fame as announced by the conference office today.
The CACC Hall of Fame was established in 2015 to honor the legendary individuals and teams in league history. Members of the hall of fame are voted on by a committee comprised of administrators throughout the CACC. Ciresi Murphy will be honored at an on campus event at a later date during the basketball season.
Ciresi Murphy re-wrote the Caldwell record books during her outstanding career for the Cougars. During her senior season, Murphy broke the existing school scoring record and surpassed 2,000 career points in the same game with her former teammate and record holder in the Student Center seats. She went on to score 2,491 points, which at the time ranked her fourth all-time among college women’s basketball players in New Jersey.
Ciresi Murphy led all New Jersey college players in scoring her junior and senior seasons. As a senior, she was named the CACC co-Most Valuable Player and received All-American honorable mention honors. Her scoring average of 31.7 points per game as a senior led the nation and was fifth all-time in NAIA scoring history.