|Hometown||Colorado Springs, Colo.|
|Prev. School||Doherty HS|
02-03: Went 2-11 playing mostly at No.3 singles ... Was 2-6 in doubles action.
01-02: Has a 4-13 record in singles action with most of her playing taking place at the No. 5 position ... Posted a 4-14 action in doubles, two of those wins coming Michelle Faulkner at No. 3 doubles ... Was named All-RMAC honorable mention ... Was again named the team's most improved player.
00-01: Had a 5-9 record in 2000-01 while playing No. 6 singles ... Went 1-13 in No. 3 doubles' Was named the team's most improved player
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Springs: Was a multi-sport athlete at Doherty High School where she went to state four years in basketball, three years in tennis, and twice in volleyball.
Personal: Majoring in Biology ... Enjoys biking, blading, hiking and camping ... Has a sister, Michelle, and a brother, Chad ... Parents are Richard and Linda Brennenstuhl ... Born on October 24, 1981.
Stories featuring Danele Brennenstuhl
|April 19, 2004||Mountain Lions win two straight matches||Kim Barberi was tied with Debbie Deville at 2-2 in the second set Monday when it became clear that the fate of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team was in her hands. All of the other scores were in, and the Mountain Lions were tied 4-4 with the Colorado Christian Cougars with only Barberi and Deville on the court.|
|April 12, 2004||Women's tennis falls to 0-9||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team remained winless with a 9-0 loss to the Colorado College Tigers Monday.|
|March 31, 2004||Brennenstuhl wins twice but women's tennis falls||Despite a pair of wins by senior Danele Brennenstuhl, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team was defeated 7-2 by the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves Wednesday at the Broadmoor.|
|March 12, 2004||Stong doubles play not enough in loss to Metro||While the sun was shining Friday, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team's doubles was shining as well. Unfortunately, when the sun set, so did the hopes of defeating the defending Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference champion Metro State Roadrunners.|
|September 18, 2003||Season-opening loss doesn't quell optimism||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women's tennis team lost its first match of the season, but not its optimism. Indeed, it takes only a casual look at the 9-0 defeat to Colorado Christian to see why coach Sarah Cartwright sees so much positive for the coming season.|
|April 21, 2003||2002-03 women's tennis season recap||Patrice Shields finally exorcised a personal demon.|