Miscellaneous: Elected by peers to captain team in 2006 ... excellent leader on and off the field ... outstanding player who has established herself as one of the better hitters in school history ... excellent mechanics and hits with power ... closed out junior year ranked No. 7 nationally in doubles after collecting a season-high 17 as mainstay of Army squad that led the nation in that category ... moved into second place on the school's all-time chart with 33, and needs 24 two-baggers to pass Nicki Robbins, the most prolific doubles hitter in school history ... ranked on school's Top 10 career list for RBIs(2nd/72), home runs (T5th/10), and total bases (8th/176) and will challenge for several others barring injury ... will be a dangerous run-producing threat once again batting cleanup ... top defensive third baseman with soft hands and a strong arm who will provide strong leadership to young infield decimated by loss of three all-league performers ... Dean's List student every semester and two-time Patriot League academic honor role pick ... originally recruited to pitch, but spent rookie year filling third base vacancy and it proved a good fit ... contender for postseason league and regional honors ... three-year letterwinner.
2005: Started 49 games ... team leader in doubles (17) and runs batted in (32), which ranks second and third, respectively, on school's single-season chart ... ranked second on team in home runs (5), while among the leaders in runs (24), hits (41) and at bats (141) ... batted .291 ... hit safely in 30 games with eight multiple-hit games ... batted .455 along with an .881 slugging percentage, drove in six runs and scored three times leading Army to the team title at the George Washington Colonial Classic early in the year ... tied her career high with four runs scored in sparking the Black Knights to a 9-1 five-inning victory over host George Washington ... singled home a pair of runs in the third inning to erase a 1-0 deficit, then doubled in two more runs in a five-run fourth inning flurry that put the game out of reach ... two-run double staked Army to a 5-0 lead in an eliminating 9-4 victory over Colgate to advance to the championship game ... ripped fourth double of the tournament in 9-5 title win over Manhattan ... performance earned Patriot League "Player of the Week" citation ... ripped a grand slam in 10-run third-inning nightcap explosion in doubleheader sweep of St. Francis (N.Y.) ... poked fourth home run of the season in 2-for-3 plate performance and tied career RBI mark (four) ... shined in league play batting .339 along with a .576 slugging percentage ... batted safely in 14 of 18 regular-season league games ... turned in best performance against Holy Cross, batting safely in all four games stroking .385 average (5-for-13) ... ranked among the nation's leaders throughout the season in doubles ... 17 two-baggers topped the Patriot League while 0.35 per game ranked seventh at season's end, trailing Illinois Chicago's Cameron Astiazaran's mark of 0.4 ... also ranked first in the league in runs batted in, third in total bases, tied for fourth in home runs, 10th in slugging percentage and 20th in batting.
2004: Appeared in 46 games with 44 starts ... hovered around the .300 mark most of the season before closing with a .299 average ... figure ranked third on the squad and 14th in the Patriot League ... tied for 10th in the league for total bases (63) and runs batted in (21), while sharing sixth place in home runs (4) ... scored 20 runs and registered 40 hits along with nine doubles to rank among Army's leaders in those categories as well ... registered career-high nine multiple-hit performances ... game-high three recorded in 3-for-3 showing with two RBI and a home run in 3-1 nightcap decision as Army swept first-day series with Lafayette ... run-scoring single delivered what proved to be the game winner, while solo home run added insurance marker ... delivered game-winning home run with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning of Army's "walkoff" 1-0 nightcap win over league power Lehigh in conference opener to complete first sweep over Mountain Hawks since 1992 ... twice pieced together season-long five-game hitting spree ... first time came during Rebel Games early in the season, hitting safely in seven of nine games to return from Florida trip batting .375 (9-for-26) ... second stretch wrapped around Colgate and Bucknell series in collecting five hits in batting .333 ...drove in game-winning run in 5-3 win over Colgate to complete four-game sweep ... hit safely in 27 of 44 games with nine multiple-hit performances ... came on strong toward the end of the season batting safely in 14 of final 18 games with four multiple-hit efforts in posting a .358 average (19-for-53) ... knocked in a career-high four runs in 12-3 win over Bucknell during that stretch ...delivered first run with a sacrifice fly, then capped a four-run sixth inning explosion with a bases-clearing double ... batted .357 at the league tournament ... solo homer keyed Army's 2-1 rally in first round win over Colgate, then scored the tying run in the championship game before bowing to top-seed Lehigh.
2003: Recruited as pitcher and experimented with it, but found niche instead at third base ... took over third base duties by end of early-season trip to Florida for the Rebel Spring Games and has been a fixture since ... also drew time early in the season as the designated player ... saw action in 44 games with 41 starts ... batted .263 in collecting 30 hits ... registered seven doubles and a home run ... drove in 19 runs for second-best mark on team ... knocked in a season-high three RBIs with bases-clearing double in 4-1 first-game win over Marist, then delivered the game-winner and also scored in five-run rally en route to 7-5 nightcap decision to complete doubleheader sweep ... season-high four-game hitting steak registered in Patriot League series with Colgate ... batted .374 (4-for-11) ... recorded a 10-point increase in league play batting .276 ... lone home run of the season, a solo blast, came in 6-2 win over Holy Cross.
High School: All-star pitcher from state of Arizona who shined all four years in the circle for Canyon del Oro High School ... four-year starter who also drew infield duty when not in the circle ... led team to Arizona State 5A championship title in 2001 ... served as team captain ... set school marks for strikeouts on both season and career levels ... four-time all-city selection, earning first team honors as a freshman ... conference honorable mention at shortstop ... began playing ASA ball in 1996, first for the Bandits and later the Alleycats ... led teams to both regional and state titles during that period ... Bandits finished No. 7 in 1998, while in 2001, captured 18A National Title.
Personal: Given name is Darcy Wilson ... born June 14, 1984 ... parents' names are Robb and Linda Wilson ... majoring in Engineering Management.