2008: Addis garnered redshirt status due to injury.
2006: Making significant improvement from is freshman to his sophomore season, Addis proved to be one of Marquette's more dangerous players. He had two goals on the year amongst his 19 shots. He scored his first career goal in the season opener at Loyola (Ill.) (Aug. 25), tallying the first goal in the Louis Bennett era. He scored two matches later, picking up MU's score in a contest at Loyola Marymount (Sept. 2). He played in all 15 games, starting 12.
2005: Addis proved to be a solid freshman addition to the squad. He played in all 17 contests, starting 13. He recorded 10 shots -- seven were on goal -- during his freshman year.
Prior to Marquette: Addis was a midfielder and started every varsity game over his four year career for division I Dublin Scioto High School, where he scored 42 goals and had 38 assists. He was a four time all conference and all region selection. He was a National College Soccer Scout All-American selection as a senior. Addis was also a member of the OFC/Team Dayton Club Team that won seven state titles, were runners up once, and were regional finalists twice.
Personal: Daniel Jacob Addis is the son of Doug and Julie Addis. He is a business administration major.