McDaniel continue to move in polls, rankingsMcDaniel remains in the latest d3soccer.com top 25 poll and NSCAA regional and NSCAA top 25. The Green Terror also continued to hold its No. 3 ranking in the second NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic regional rankings.
McDaniel at Juniata Game NotesThe Green Terror hits the road to Huntingdon fresh off a Homecoming win last week. Get ready for kickoff with this week's Game Notes.
Shutt takes three shotsKerry Shutt led the Green Terror with three shots, including hitting the post on a penalty kick in the 23rd minute. Johns Hopkins converted a pair of penalty kicks in the first 15 minutes en route to a 6-0 win over McDaniel.
Gibson leads way to key victoryKirsten Gibson scored in the first minute of the second half to lead the 22nd-ranked Green Terror. McDaniel took advantage of a pair of breakaway opportunities in the first 10 minutes to jump out to a 2-0 lead en route to. a 3-2 victory over Johns Hopkins.
Yore scores four times, reaches 100 points in winGabrielle Yore scored four goals to lead the Green Terror, reaching 100 points for her career. McDaniel scored twice in a 1-minute, 28-second span to take a 4-2 lead en route to a 4-3 victory over Johns Hopkins.
Wells records 14 assists, three blocksLauren Wells led the Green Terror with 14 assists, three blocks, three kills, an ace and two digs. Johns Hopkins won the third set 25-14 to secure a sweep of McDaniel .
McDonald named Defensive Player of the WeekSarah McDonald, a junior, has been named the Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 17-23. It is the fourth straight week she earned the honor.
Herbert records 78 yards receiving in Homecoming winBreon Herbert hauled in four passes for the Green Terror but none bigger than final one – a 58-yard touchdown grab that broke a 7-all tie. McDaniel found the end zone midway through the fourth quarter to top Dickinson 14-7 in a defensive battle.
Kirschenmann tallies in drawKatie Kirschenmann led the 23rd-ranked Green Terror with a goal in the 65th minute. McDaniel and Haverford scored fewer than eight minutes apart but neither team could tally the game-winner, resulting in a 1-all draw.
Corral records 28 kills in splitLexi Corral led McDaniel with 28 kills on the day, recording 15 against Haverford and 13 against Baruch. McDaniel dropped a tightly contested match at Haverford before defeating Baruch to split a tri-match. The Green Terror dropped a 3-1 decision to the Fords before topping the Bearcats, 3-0.
Quattrone scores in first halfMegan Quattrone led the Green Terror with a goal in the 27th minute. Haverford scored the game’s first four goals en route to a 4-1 win over McDaniel.
Vote for Wiersberg for GEICO Play of YearFans have a chance to vote for Spencer Wiersberg’s game-winning 43-yard field goal against Ursinus on Sept. 24 for the GEICO Play of the Year until Monday, Oct. 24.
Wroblewski blasts way to victory, playoffsChristina Wroblewski scored the lone goal for the Green Terror, who remained undefeated in conference play and clinched a berth in the upcoming CC tournament. McDaniel controlled play in the second half to defeat Gettysburg, 1-0.
Bauman records 40 digs, five acesTaylor Bauman led the Green Terror with a career-best 40 digs and five aces. Gettysburg opened up a 5-0 lead in the fifth set before holding on for a 15-11 victory and topping McDaniel, 3-2.
McDaniel makes move in polls, rankingsMcDaniel remains in the latest d3soccer.com top 25 poll and NSCAA regional but also moved into the NSCAA top 25. Most importantly, however, the Green Terror earned a spot in the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic regional rankings.
Dickinson at McDaniel Game NotesIt's Homecoming on the Hill and the Green Terror returns home for the first time in a month. Get ready for a White Out and kickoff with this week's Game Notes.
Brockbank nets double-OT winnerGreysen Brockbank scored the game-winning goal for the Green Terror, scoring the game-winning goal in the 107th minute. McDaniel needed double overtime to top Juniata, 2-1.
Norwitz finishes 17th in fall finaleBrian Norwitz carded a two-day score of 147 to finish 17th and lead McDaniel at the prestigious O’Briant-Jensen Invitational. The Green Terror carded a 36-hole total of 630 to finish 13th in a field that featured some of the top teams in Division III.
Bach tallies first-half goalSarah Bach led the Green Terror with a first-half goal. Gettysburg scored the first two goals of the game en route to a 6-1 victory over McDaniel.