Making the gradeMcDaniel College has announced its Dean’s List from the Spring 2016 semester and 121 Green Terror student-athletes qualified for the honors. Twelve Green Terror student-athletes were named to the Green and Gold Honor Roll this past semester.
With honorsAt the annual award ceremonies that McDaniel College holds each spring, 22 Green Terror student-athletes were among the honorees.
Trio also earns all-region honors from ABCAThree members of the McDaniel baseball team have been named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-Mid-Atlantic Region team. Marty Windisch and Zach Kronick were named to the first team while Cameron Bahr was a second-team nod.
Three named all-region by D3baseball.comThree members of the McDaniel baseball team have been named to the All-Mid-Atlantic Region team by D3baseball.com. Marty Windisch and Zach Kronick were named to the first team while Cameron Bahr was a second-team nod. Windisch garnered Regional Player of the Year honors.
Four earn All-CC baseball honorsThree members of the McDaniel baseball team have been named to four spots on the All-Centennial Conference team. Cameron Bahr, Zach Kronick and Marty Windisch were all named to the first team. Windisch, who was first-team at third base, was also honorable mention as a pitcher.
Windisch picks up first CC tourney winMarty Windisch led McDaniel in the first game, going the distance on the mound with nine strikeouts to pick up the Green Terror’s first-ever tournament victory. The third-seeded Green Terror topped fourth-seeded Gettysburg 4-1 in the day’s first elimination game before top-seeded Johns Hopkins eliminated McDaniel with a 5-0 victory to advance to Sunday’s championship for a rematch with Haverford.
Grantland goes 4-for-4 to open playoffsEric Grantland went 4-for-4 to lead the third-seeded Green Terror. Haverford scored five runs in the fifth inning to break open a 3-2 game en route to a 14-5 victory over McDaniel in the first game of the 2016 Centennial Conference tournament.
McDaniel to battle for CC titleMcDaniel will travel to Baltimore, Md., in search of its first Centennial Conference baseball championship this weekend. The third-seeded Green Terror will first travel to Haverford, Pa., to face second-seeded Haverford for the opening-round game on Thursday. Game time is 3 p.m.
Reitz notches four hits in critical victoryKaleb Reitz went 4-for-5 at the plate the lead the Green Terror, who rapped out 17 hits to stay alive in the conference playoff chase entering the final day of the regular season. McDaniel scored six runs in the fourth inning to break open a 4-1 game, defeating Gettysburg, 15-1
Rosanova notches two hits, home runAntonio Rosanova led the Green Terror with two hits, including a seventh-inning two-run home run. Gettysburg scored eight runs in the top of the first inning to key a 17-6 victory over McDaniel.
Bahr notches five hits in key sweepCameron Bahr led McDaniel with five hits on the day. McDaniel needed an extra day and a second trip but rallied late to complete a doubleheader sweep of Swarthmore. The Green Terror took game one 7-2 before winning game two, 7-5.
Rosanova smacks first home run in victoryAntonio Rosanova was among eight of the starters for the Green Terror with multiple-hit days, going 2-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBIs that included his first collegiate home run. McDaniel scored nine times in the first inning en route to a 20-7 victory over Dickinson.
Windisch has three hits to key splitMarty Windisch led McDaniel with three hits and three RBIs in the twinbill. McDaniel scored five runs in the third inning of game two to rally for a doubleheader split at Haverford. The Fords took the opener 4-0 before the 21st-ranked Green Terror won the nightcap, 11-2.
Windisch has two hitsMarty Windisch led the 21st-ranked Green Terror with two hits on the afternoon. Johns Hopkins scored six runs in the second inning en route to a 15-4 victory over McDaniel.
Bahr records hit, runCameron Bahr led the Green Terror with a hit and scored the squad’s lone run. Johns Hopkins scored a run in the bottom of the first and never trailed, defeating No. 21 McDaniel, 2-1.