|High School:||Christian Brothers Academy|
As a junior: Appeared in 18 of the team's 19 games, earning starts in 17 contests ... Finished fifth on the team with 19 goals ... Added five assists for 24 points on the year ... Picked up three hat tricks, including back-to-back such performances against Providence College and Quinnipiac to close out March action ... Fired 39 shots with 29 of them going on goal ... Scored the game winner in the NEC Tournament Championship against Robert Morris to send the Bulldogs to their first Division I NCAA tournament ... Added 26 ground balls and five caused turnovers, including a career-best three at Harvard March 20.
As a sophomore: Started all 18 games for the Bulldogs at attack ... Finished the year with 28 points off 20 goals and eight assists ... His 20 tallies ranked fourth on the Bulldog side ... Netted a pair of hat tricks, coming at Holy Cross April 10 and in the NEC Tournament Championship May 6 against Mount St. Mary's ... Earned an NEC All-Tournament Team nod for his efforts, recording six points and scoring four goals to help lead Bryant to its first Northeast Conference men's lacrosse title ... Notched a pair of game-winning goals, first on the road against rival Brown April 3 and again in the NEC Championship ... Also registered five two-goal outings on the year ... Recorded a career-high six-point performance against the Crusaders (3g, 3a) ... Scored at least one point in the last nine contests of the season ... Totaled four man-up scores ... Fired 49 shots with 30 on goal ... Added 26 ground balls and five caused turnovers.
As a freshman: Appeared in all 17 games, starting 10, in his first season with the Bulldogs in 2011 ... Finished tied for fourth on the team with 16 goals ... Added three assists to finish with 19 points ... Collected 27 ground balls on the season ... Tied for first with two game-winning goals ... Finished third on the team with four man-up goals ... Named to the NEC All-Rookie Team ... Named the NEC Rookie of the Week twice ... Scored his first collegiate goal against Vermont on Mar. 5 ... Recorded his first collegiate hat trick vs. Providence (Mar. 22) ... Tallied two goals against Brown (Apr. 5) and Holy Cross (Apr. 12) ... Registered a goal in five-straight games from Apr. 1-16 ... Produced five points in the final three games of the season ... Notched a season-high five ground balls vs. Holy Cross.
Before Bryant: A 2010 graduate of Christian Brothers Academy, where he was a four-year varsity letterwinner in both football and lacrosse ... 2010 High School All-American ... Four-time First Team All-Big Ten Athletic Conference selection at attack ... Set record as the all-time leading scorer in Section 2 as a senior ... Two-time Troy Record All-Star pick ... Member of the 2009 and 2010 Empire State Games Adirondack Team ... As a freshman, nominated as a Post Star “Player to Watch” ... 2007 Greenwich Lacrosse Offensive MVP ... Led team to four league championships ... High honors student.
Personal: The son of Robert and Julie Sipperly, Daniel David Sipperly was born February 8, 1992 ... Father played lacrosse at Hobart where he was a three-time national champion ... Has two brothers, Derek, who played lacrosse for Army, and Trever, who played lacrosse at Notre Dame from 2006-10 and spend his fifth year of eligibility playing at Bryant in 2011 ... Has one sister, Isabelle.
Goals: 3, six times (last vs. Sacred Heart, 5/2/13)
Assists: 3 at Holy Cross, 4/10/12
Points: 6 at Holy Cross, 4/10/12
Ground Balls: 5, twice (last vs. Mount St. Mary's, 4/7/12)
Caused Turnovers: 3 at Harvard, 3/20/13