2010-11>:Team co-captain...11 points, six assists and no turnovers vs JMU... 12 vs. Mason and 14 points vs. Presbyterian...Ranked among the CAA leaders in assists/turnover ratio...16 points vs. Hofstra in the CAA semi-finals...ODU's nominee for the CAA's Dean Ehler's Award...Second all-time in career games played... 2009-10:Co leader in most games played in a season with 36...scored 14 points vs. MT. St. Mary's...seven assists vs. Liberty and Missouri...5 rebounds at UNCW... hit 3 treys vs. Mississippi State and Northern Iowa...Fourth in the CAA in assist/turnover ratio at 2.0...13th in CAA in assists at 3.3...
2008-09: The Only Monarchs to start in all 35 games which is a new ODU single season record...Ranked third in the CAA in assists at 4.5...third in the CAA in assist/turnover ratio at 2.1...Scored 14 points against Charlotte, Duquesne, and James Madison...dished out a career high nine assists against UNC Wilmington, Georgia State and Liberty...Five or more assists 16 times... Five steals against Winthrop...Grabbed five rebounds five times...started all 35 games.
2007-08 The third leading returning scorer...Started 17 of 34 games...ODU's top three-point field percentage shooter at. .393...Scored a career high 19 points at Winthrop...Hauled down seven boards at UAB...Dished out six assists against Hofstra...Three steals vs. W&M and Northeastern...
HIGH SCHOOL: James is a first team All-Tidewater selection in 2007, and two time All-District as well as second team All-State selection... Averaged 18.7 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 4.2 steals as a senior...Scored a career high 34 points against Nansemond River in the Eastern Region semi-finals...1,000 career point scorer.
Blaine Taylor on Darius James: "Darius was a youngster, who we looked at and said he's a winner. He really wants to be here, he's a worker, and we think he can make a difference in the long haul. If you look at the way Darius has carried himself as a student, as a representative of our program and as someone who has worked hard to get to the winners circle, hopefully the next steps will be just as much fun, enriching and rewarding for him."