Hall of Fame 2024

Danielle Wieneke McCarty 2004

Hailing from Plattsburgh, New York, Danielle arrived at Williston in the fall of 2000 lettering in four different sports during her four years on campus in soccer, swimming, track and golf.  She switched from track to golf her junior year to be a part of the first girls’ golf team in school history.  Under the tutelage of Ann Pickrell, Danielle demonstrated her outstanding athleticism by winning the nine-hole division at the Pippy O’Connor New England prep invitational.  During the winter season, she earned letters swimming for David Koritkoski in the Babcock Pool.  While she made substantial contributions to these sports, without question, soccer was her passion. In what was undoubtedly the golden age of girls soccer at Williston, Danielle played a huge role in the program’s unprecedented success helping the team win or tie over 80% of their games during her four years in the program – to include making it to the NEPSAC championship her last 3 years earning a co-championship as a junior and an outright title as a senior.  A dynamic four-year starting midfielder, she set school records for assists in a game, season and career captaining the team as a senior while earning all-state honors three years in a row.  After Williston, Danielle enjoyed a very successful career at Providence College where she served as a rare two season captain for the Friars during both her junior and senior seasons.  There is no question that Danielle Wieneke McCarthy was one of the finest all-around athletes in Williston athletic history.