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Danya Abrams (born September 24, 1974) is a former basketball player who played for the Boston College Eagles during his time in the NCAA. He played professionally in Spain for Malaga, Sevilla, and Granada while in Greece for Apallon, Maroussi, and AEP Petras. He is from Greenburgh, New York. He starred with the Eagles from 1993–97, getting selected first-team all Big East Conference three times. Abrams finished his collegiate career with 2,053 points in 122 games.
In 1997, with the help of sophomore point guard Scoonie Penn, Abrams and Boston College won the Big East Men's Basketball Tournament, before beating Valparaiso in the first round of the 1997 NCAA Tournament that year. In the second round, they went on to lose to Saint Joseph's 81–77 in overtime on March 15 in Salt Lake City.
After college he continued his basketball career, becoming a professional in Puerto Rico with the Baloncesto Superior Nacional's Santeros de Aguada,Spain, then later Greece, continuing to play the center and power forward positions until 2009, averaging over 14 points and six rebounds per game during his career.
In July 2011, Abrams was named assistant coach of the men's basketball program at Wentworth Institute of Technology, a Division III school in Boston, Massachusetts that competes in the Commonwealth Coast Conference. Wentworth's head coach is Tom Devitt, who was an assistant coach on Head Coach Jim O'Brien's Boston College staff during Abrams' career. Abrams lives in Avon, Massachusetts with his wife Deanna, and their children Tatyana, Danya Jr., and Christian.
- "Danya Abrams Named Assistant Men's Basketball Coach". Retrieved 22 February 2013.
- "2009–10 NCAA Men's Basketball Records" (PDF). 2009–10 NCAA Men's Basketball Media Guide. National Collegiate Athletic Association. 2009. Retrieved 29 May 2010.
- Boston.com article on Danya Abrams
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