2012-13: Bezeau totaled 169 points, 157 rebounds, 119 assists, 63 steals and four blocks as a sophomore. While playing in all 36 games (32 starts), she averaged 4.7 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.3 assists and almost two steals per game. She finished second on the team in total assists and steals.
On Feb. 6, Bezeau recorded seven points, 12 rebounds, 14 assists and four steals. While coming just three points from a triple-double, she broke Dawn Spencer's 15-year-old single game assist record.
Following the season, Bezeau was named Honorable Mention All-OCCAC.
Bezeau finished her career with totals of 269 points, 243 rebounds, 172 assists, 104 steals and four blocks. She averaged four points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists. In her career, she started 32 games and saw action in 67 games. She finished in the top 70 on the career scoring list.
2011-12: Bezeau saw action in 31 games for the Express off the bench her freshman year. While averaging 13.5 minutes per game, she contributed 3.2 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.7 assists per contest. Additionally, she shot 31 percent from the field, swiped 41 steals and scored 100 points exactly.
Prior to Owens: Bezeau was named Second Team All-Northwest Ohio Athletic League and Second Team All-District 7 her senior year at Swanton, where she also garnered the team's offensive player of the year award and was the team captain. During her junior year, she was named Second Team All-NWOAL and Hitter of the Year in volleyball, where she also was the recipient of the Coaches and Captain Awards. Aside from basketball and volleyball, Bezeau also participated in softball and track at Swanton. Academically, she was won the Scholar Athlete and Marine Awards. Her greatest personal sports thrill is helping head coach Frank Onweller win his 100th game at Swanton.
Personal: Danielle is the daughter of Don and Renee Bezeau. Her step-grandfather, Michael Redd, is a former assistant coach in the Owens women's basketball program.