Kirkman ties for eighthKelsey Kirkman posted a two-round score of 183 to lead McDaniel at its own Spring Invitational. The Green Terror turned in a 36-hole score of 734 to place second.
MacBurnie fires 155Shawn MacBurnie posted a two-day score of 155 to lead McDaniel at its own spring invitational. The Green Terror posted the low score on Saturday, sleeping on a two-shot lead with a 307. On Sunday, McDaniel posted a round of 323 to fall to third place with a score of 630.
Hishon notches five hits in sweepTayler Hishon was one of five players with four or more hits on the afternoon, recording five hits with three doubles. McDaniel exploded for 31 hits to open the Centennial Conference schedule with a doubleheader sweep of Franklin & Marshall. The Green Terror took the opener 13-5 with a sixth-inning run-rule victory before getting a 7-0 shutout victory in the nightcap.
Heilman wins 1500James Heilman won the 1500 to lead McDaniel at the Goucher Invitational. The Green Terror finished third with 103 points. Stevenson won the nine-team meet with 171 points.
Adebayo wins hurdlesYusrah Adebayo won the 400 hurdles to lead McDaniel at the Goucher Invitational. The Green Terror finished seventh with 39 points.
Bicho wins 14 faceoffsZack Bicho led the Green Terror, going 14-for-15 on faceoffs with eight ground balls. Haverford took a 5-1 lead into halftime before defeating McDaniel, 8-5.
Russell wins at fourth singlesLindsay Russell led the Green Terror with a 6-4, 6-3 win at No. 4 singles. Haverford swept doubles en route to an 8-1 victory over McDaniel.
Glocker leads way in CC openerCorey Glocker led the Green Terror, teaming with Andrew Kendrick for the closest doubles match. Haverford won three singles matches 6-0, 6-0 to help capture a 9-0 victory over McDaniel.
Gallagher notches two hits in winMichael Gallagher led the Green Terror with one of three two-hit outings. He also added an RBI and run scored. McDaniel jumped out to a 6-2 lead after three innings and held on for a 7-4 victory over Penn State-Berks.
Fortuna fans 10 to key victoryZach Fortuna keyed the victory for the Green Terror, allowing one unearned run and striking out a career-best 10 in six innings on the hill. Chris Morris paced the offense with three hits – all for extra bases – and four RBIs. McDaniel scored in each of the first four innings, keying a 16-1 victory over Penn State-Mont Alto.
Brownawell tallies three and twoEmily Brownawell led the Green Terror with three goals and two assists. St. Mary’s jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first 4:28 to top McDaniel, 13-11.
Gallagher records hit, RBIMichael Gallagher led the Green Terror with a hit, walk and the squad’s lone RBI. Catholic jumped out to an early lead, defeating McDaniel, 4-1.
Collyer makes 12 saves in victoryElizabeth Collyer made 12 saves in goal to lead the Green Terror. McDaniel scored the first seven goals of the game before holding on for a 12-11 victory over Roanoke.
McNichol scores twiceTimothy McNichol led the Green Terror with two goals on the afternoon. Roanoke took a 5-1 lead after the first quarter en route to a 13-5 victory over McDaniel.
Kipe records four hits in sweepOlivia Kipe led McDaniel as one of two players with four hits, including going 3-for-3 with three RBIs in the opener. McDaniel broke out for 19 hits to key a sweep. The Green Terror downed Skidmore 11-6 in the day’s first game before needing eight innings to defeat St. Norbert, 5-4.
Diers wins twice in victoryMatthew Diers led the Green Terror with a pair of wins, including teaming with Carter Trousdale for an 8-6 win at second doubles. McDaniel took two of three doubles matches to key a 7-2 win over Illinois Wesleyan.
Valori records pair of hitsNick Valori led the Green Terror with two hits and two RBIs. Ripon scored five runs in the first inning to key a 14-4 victory over McDaniel.
Seven named to Academic SquadSeven members of the McDaniel College field hockey team have been named to the 2016 National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad.
Maring has two hits in openerStacie Maring led the Green Terror with a 2-for-3 day at the plate in game one. College of New Jersey used a five-run second inning to help complete a sweep of McDaniel. The Lions took the opener 5-2 before completing the sweep with a 5-1 victory in game two.