5-10 Senior Guard
San Jacinto J.C.
Was an Honorable Mention All-Conference selection…was an
Academic All-American and All-Conference pick last year…was a leader in 3-pt
% at 47.1…started in 33 games last season…averaged 10.2 ppg and shot 90.5%
from the free throw line, which is 3rd in the Warrior record
books…scored 25 points, including a perfect 7/7 from the foul line, in a win
vs. Evergreen State College (11-19-03)…had 10 assists vs. Prairie College
(1-3-04) and 8 assists vs. UM-Western (1-10-04).
Attended San Jacinto Junior College…sat out his last year, but played the
previous season, starting as guard on the national power house team in
Pasadena, Texas…the team finished 30-2 and won the league championship…named
Second Team All-Conference…averaged 12 points, six assists, four rebounds,
and two steals a game…played his freshman year at Seminole State Junior
College in Oklahoma…named First Team in the Sooner Junior College
Conference, leading his team to a 26-4 record…averaged 20 points, six assists, 2.5 steals, and three rebounds a game.
Attend Lincoln High School in Dallas…in
1999-2000 the team went 22-11…averaged 20.2 points, five assists, three
steals, and two rebounds a game…named First Team All-State in the 5A
classification and First Team All-Region as a senior.
Kinesiology major…son of Marcia Allen…COACH PFEIFER ON ALLEN:
“Last year he had some electrifying games. Early on his challenge was
consistency from one game performance to the next. That probably had a lot
to do with him growing comfortable with a new system. What makes him
special is his ability to compliment his quickness with his outstanding
outside shot. He can score next to the rim and with that he can penetrate
and is an excellent passer. Dan can really handle the basketball and with
his speed and ability to create the tempo at the game with the ball in his
hands creates an urgent pace. No question he is a special player.”