Olivia Kipe led McDaniel with two hits on the day, including a walkoff home run with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning of game one. McDaniel mustered just eight hits on the day but it was enough for a doubleheader sweep of Dickinson. The Green Terror took the opener 3-1 in the eighth innings before completing the sweep with a 3-0 victory.
Meg Schlesinger posted a two-day score of 172 to finish ninth overall and lead McDaniel to a second-place finish at the Centennial Conference championship. The Green Terror turned in a 36-hole score of 709.
Will Strauss (Freeport, N.Y./Waldorf) led McDaniel with three hits in the twinbill. McDaniel took advantage of Franklin & Marshall miscues in game one to earn a doubleheader split. The Green Terror captured the opener 8-3 before the Diplomats responded with a 7-0 win in game two.
Timothy McNichol led the Green Terror with three goals and two assists, including having a hand in three of the five fourth-quarter goals. Swarthmore withstood McDaniel forcing overtime, scoring 41 seconds into the extra session for a 10-9 victory.
Nick Valori led the Green Terror with three hits on the day, giving him 211 for his career and breaking the program record. McDaniel jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning en route to a 13-6 victory over Washington (Md.).
Fiona Johnson led McDaniel in the opener, scattering seven hits and striking out four for the complete-game win. McDaniel got solid pitching in both games, keying a doubleheader sweep at Swarthmore. The Green Terror took the opener 3-1 before completing the sweep 11-2 in five innings to secure its sixth straight CC tournament berth.
Jamie Weisser went 4-for-4 in the second game, including notching her 100th career hit with an RBI single in the first inning. McDaniel scored four runs in the first inning of the nightcap to forge a doubleheader split at Shenandoah. The Hornets took the opener 3-2 before the Green Terror countered with an 8-3 win in game two.
Timothy McNichol led the Green Terror with three goals and two assists – one of three hat tricks on the day for McDaniel. McDaniel went on a 10-1 run to open up a nine-goal lead after three quarters and defeat Muhlenberg, 19-9.
Antonio Rosanova led McDaniel with five hits on the day, including one of two four-hit performances in game one. McDaniel plated two runs in the bottom of the ninth for a game-one win before scoring early in game two to complete the sweep of Muhlenberg. The Green Terror outslugged the Mules in the opener for an 11-10 win before winning a much lower-scoring nightcap, 4-2.
Stacie Maring led McDaniel with three hits in game two and was part of a key double play in the seventh inning. McDaniel rapped out 19 hits to go with solid pitching, sweeping Muhlenberg. The Green Terror took the opener 4-0 before notching a 7-3 victory in game two.
Christian Garruppo posted matching rounds of 74 to win the individual title at the Fred Kravetz Invitational and lead McDaniel to a second-place finish. The Green Terror held the first-round lead with a round of 310 before falling into a tie atop the standings with Franklin & Marshall.