Danny began playing serious table tennis as an early adolescent. By 1972, he was the number one qualifier on the U.S. World Team. He has won five U.S. Men's Singles Championships (in 1976, 1977, 1980, 1982, and 1983). He was once ranked #19 in the world.
In 1996, he moved to New Carlisle, Indiana and became a coach at the South Bend Table Tennis Club. At South Bend, he has developed such players as Mark Hazinski, who is currently the top player in the country.
- USATT Hall of Fame Profiles, http://www.usatt.org/organization/halloffame/dseemiller.html
- South Bend Table Tennis Center | Home
- USATT Ratings, http://www.usatt.org/history/rating/history/index2.asp
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