2014 Played in 25 matches, making 25 starts … was selected as a First Team All-American and was the lone goalie named First Team All-MPSF … also named First Team All-NCAA Tournament in 2014 … led the MPSF for the second straight year in goals-against average (5.91) and was fourth in saves per game (10.93) … combined with his 233 saves in 2014 (ranks fourth on the single season charts), his career total of 495 already ranks fifth on the Bruins' career charts … was named the MPSF/Kap7 Player of the Week on Sept. 22 after leading the Bruins to the Kap7 NorCal Classic title … he tallied 14 saves in the Bruins’ 9-7 NorCal Semifinal win over No. 3 USC, before a career-high tying 15-save effort in the 9-7 championship win over No. 1 Stanford … the Trojans and Cardinal were held to a collective 5-for-21 on power plays, in which Danner made 11 stops on those 5-on-6 plays … for the Kap7 NorCal Classic, Danner averaged 12.54 saves per game (35 saves) and posted a goals against average of 6.44 … he led UCLA with 10 steals in 2.79 games played at NorCals … also tallied a season- and career-high-tying 15 saves to capture third at the MPSF Championships with a 10-5 win over USC (Nov. 23) … he led UCLA with 59 steals.
2013 Appeared in 29 games at goalkeeper, making 29 starts … was an honorable mention All-American and an honorable mention All-MPSF selection … was named UCLA's first-ever MPSF Newcomer of the Year, backed by an MPSF-best 6.32 goals against average in 94.88 quarters (759 minutes) … collected a season-high 15 saves in the MPSF Quarterfinal win against UC Santa Barbara and broke the school record for saves in a single season with 262 … also had the third-highest saves per game average in the league at 11.05 … earned his first career conference player of the week award on September 23, after leading UCLA to the NorCal Tournament title, registering 40 saves in 15 quarters (10.67 SPG) that weekend, topped off by a pair of 12-save outings in the semifinal vs. California and final vs. No. 1 USC … Bruin opponents totaled only 21 goals over the four NorCal games (5.25 gpg) … led the team in steals with 60 and tied for fourth with 25 assists.
2012 Redshirted the season.
Team USA 2015: Was injured and did not make the trip to Gwangju, South Korea for the World University Games. 2013: Played in all eight games (and all 256 minutes) for Team USA at the 2013 World University Games in Kazan, Russia (July 6-17) … he finished as the tournament’s leading goalkeeper in saves with 90 … his save percentage of 59.6 percent (stopped 90-of-151 opponent shots) led all 12 starting goalkeepers in the tournament … he also led all goalies with 15 steals as the United States captured fifth place at the World University Games … he also guided the USA to a fifth-place finish at the 2013 FINA Men’s Junior World Championships in Szombathely, Hungary (Aug. 12-18) … the Americans went 5-2 at the Junior Worlds and was 4-1 when Danner started … he played in five games and in 18 of 28 quarters in the cage, totalling 39 saves.
High School Three-year (2009-11) varsity water polo and swimming letterwinner at El Toro High School under head coach Don Stoll … was a three-time All-American, a three-time All-CIF selection and earned All-Sea View League honors three times as well (2009-11) for the Chargers … also named Co-MVP of the Sea View League in 2011 (shared the honor with then Charger teammate and current Bruin teammate, Joey Fuentes) … was the only goalie selected first-team All-CIF Division 1 … collected 306 saves in 2001 for the Chargers, which lost to Mater Dei, 8-5 in the CIF Division 1 Finals … made 12 saves in the title game and finished with a school-record 991 saves … also set El Toro’s single game record for saves (24) … El Toro High was CIF Champions his sophomore season (2009).
Personal Full name: Garrett Kurt Danner … born April 14, 1994 in Long Beach, Calif. … his parents are Guy and Anne Danner … has two older sisters, Megan Silver and Analiese Danner … competed with the SET Water Polo Club out of Saddleback and El Toro and was named first team All-American with his U-12, U-14 and U-16 Junior Olympic Teams … says he chose UCLA because “It is a great school with an amazing water polo program” … lists winning the CIF Championship in 2010 and beating Italy in Italy with the USA Junior National Team as his biggest athletic thrills of his career … lists surfing as a hobby … majoring in international development studies.