Men's Basketball


Daniel  Amigo
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Daniel Amigo


El Paso, Texas

High School:
Coronado H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 245




Amigo to Compete in Dos Equis 3x3U National Championship

Center to join three other Summit League seniors for team


Denver Advances in Wild Double-Overtime Win against Oral Roberts

Amigo notches sixth double-double in Pioneer win


No. 3 Pioneers Set for Summit League Semifinal Showdown with No. 2 Coyotes

Pioneers looking for first championship appearance in Summit League; tip at 7:30 p.m. MT


Pioneers Eliminated by Coyotes

Amigo notches seventh double-double in loss


No. 3 DU and No. 6 ORU set to battle in Summit League Quarterfinal

Game set for Sunday at 7:30 p.m. MT on ESPN 3

2017-18 (SENIOR)
Appeared in all in all 30 games, started in 26... second-team All-Summit League selection ... averaged 25.8 minutes per game ... finished second on team in scoring average at 15.3, ninth in the Summit League ... grabbed 6.7 rebounds, most on the team and sixth in the Summit League ... handed out 1.8 assists ... shot 52.1 percent from the field, sixth in the Summit League ... 59.4 percent from the charity stripe ... 40.9 percent from beyond the arc ... blocked 22 shots on the year, most on the team ... ranked fifth in the Summit League in field-goals made at 6.2 per game ... made a team-leading 189 field goals ... recorded seven double-doubles, tied for third in the Summit League ... dropped in season-best 24 points in win against Colorado Mesa on Dec. 28 ... grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds in win against St. Francis Brooklyn on Nov. 25 ... dished out career-most six assists against Omaha on Jan. 18 ... totaled nine steals on the year ... tied a career high with three blocks in loss to South Dakota in Summit League semifinal on Mar. 5 ... had nine games with 20-or-more points ... seven games with double-digit rebounds ... scored in double figures in 24 games ... drained 18 3s on the year, a personal best ... knocked down a career-high three 3s at Stanford on Dec. 15 ... attempted a career-high 21 shots at Western Illinois on Feb. 24 ... made a season-high six free throws twice ... had four games with making at least 10 field goals ... tallied a season-best 36 minutes twice ... led the team in scoring 13 times ... led the team in rebounding 14 times ... became 36th player in program history with 1,000 career points at Western Illinois on Feb. 24. 

2016-17 (JUNIOR)
Appeared in all 30 games, started in 29 ... second-team All-Summit League selection ... logged 24.9 minutes per game ... scored a team-leading 15.5 points, tied for 10th in the Summit League ... pulled down 7.1 rebounds, sixth in the Summit League ... tallied 1.4 assists ... shot 53.5 percent from the field, fifth in the Summit League ... 56.3 percent from downtown ... 65.5 percent from the foul line ... had a team-leading 182 made field goals ... recorded team-high eight double-doubles, third most in the Summit League ... recorded 24 games in double figures ... poured in a career-high 33 points in a victory at Air Force on Dec. 10 ... ripped down a season-high 14 boards in a win at Western Illinois on Feb. 14 ... sent back a season-high three shots against Utah Valley on Nov. 23 ... attempted a season-high 14 free throws against IUPUI on Feb. 19 ... recorded two steals in a game twice ... put up a season-high 20 shots on two occasions ... named Summit League Player of the Week on Jan. 17 ... earned College Sports Madness Summit League Player of the Week honors on Dec. 10.

2015-16 (SOPHOMORE)
Appeared in 13 games ... averaged 2.1 points a game ... scored a season-high six points at San Diego (Dec. 9) ... tied season high with four rebounds in season-opener vs. Milwaukee (Nov. 13) ... led team in rebounding once.

2014-15 (FRESHMAN)

Appeared and started in 15 games ... Scored a season-high 14 points at South Dakota State (Jan. 31) ... Averaged 6.1 points a game ... Scored in double figures three times... Blocked a career-high three shots against Western Illinois (Jan. 14) ... Missed 11 games due to injury ... Led the team in rebounding twice, scoring once and assists once.

Led Coronado H.S. to a 24-5 record as a senior ... Averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds as a senior ... 2014 First Team 5A Region 1 selection ... 2014 5A Region 1 Most Valuable Player ... Led Coronado H.S. to first second round playoff win in school history ... 2014 All-District Defensive Team.

Born September 13, 1995 ... Son of Andres and Socorro ... Amigo has two brothers, Alex and Diego ... Chose Denver for the outstanding academics, the success the basketball program has had, DU’s campus and the great weather ... Hopes to play basketball professionally ... Volunteered as a youth basketball official ... Enjoys spending time with family and friends ... Also likes to play video games.




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