McWilliams nets 30Josh McWilliams led the Green Terror with a career-high 30 points. Gettysburg hit 11 3-pointers in a 71-54 victory over McDaniel.
Ray nets 17 in road victoryIsaac Ray led three starters in double figures for the Green Terror with 17 points. McDaniel opened up an eight-point lead midway through the second half before holding on to top Muhlenberg, 57-54.
Perugino pours in 20 in victoryNick Perugino led the Green Terror with 20 points. McDaniel put together a 39-11 run that spanned both halves, turning a nine-point deficit into an eventual 74-61 victory over Haverford.
Perugino tallies 12 and 7Nick Perugino was one of three players in double figures for the Green Terror, netting 12 points to go with seven rebounds. Swarthmore scored the first four points of overtime before escaping with a 65-60 victory over McDaniel.
Ray’s 10 points key in home winIsaac Ray was one of four players in double figures for the Green Terror, recording 10 points that included five straight in a tie game late. McDaniel successfully staved off a Franklin & Marshall rally to capture a 60-54 victory.
Cannon nets 21Austin Cannon led the Green Terror with a season-best 21 points. City College of New York scored 10 of the first 12 points in overtime to defeat McDaniel, 75-67.
McWilliams tallies 12Josh McWilliams led the Green Terror with 12 points. Marymount built a 12-point lead in the first half before holding on for a 52-46 victory over McDaniel.
McWilliams nets 16 in victoryJosh McWilliams led the Green Terror with 16 points. McDaniel held Immaculata to just 16.7 percent shooting for the game to turn in a 53-43 victory.
Yrizarry records 17 and 16 in victoryKevin Yrizarry led the Green Terror with a double-double, grabbing a career-high 16 rebounds to go with 17 points. McDaniel held Washington (Md.) without a point for more than eight minutes, putting together a 17-0 run to overcome a double-digit deficit and win, 75-64.
McWilliams explodes for 29Josh McWilliams led the Green Terror with a career-best 29 points, hitting 12 of 22 field goals, including going 5-for-10 from long range. Ursinus built a 13-point lead midway through the second half before staving off a McDaniel rally to notch an 80-68 victory.
Cannon tallies 13Austin Cannon was one of three players in double figures for the Green Terror, registering a season-best 13 points. Dickinson used a 13-4 run in the second half to overcome an eight-point deficit and top McDaniel, 52-42.
Harper tallies 11 and 9DJ Harper was one of six players in double figures for the Green Terror, scoring 11 points to go with nine rebounds, four assists and two steals. Penn State-Schuylkill shot better than 65 percent in the second half to turn a 13-point halftime deficit into a 90-84 victory over McDaniel.
McWilliams opens conference slate with 17Josh McWilliams led the Green Terror with a career-best 17 points. Johns Hopkins opened up a 22-point halftime advantage en route to an 84-52 victory over McDaniel.
Ray tallies career-high 21 in victoryIsaac Ray led the Green Terror with a career-high 21 points. McDaniel opened up a 47-34 halftime lead en route to a 95-73 victory over Penn State-York.
Perugino nets 21 points in season-opening winNick Perugino led the Green Terror with 21 points on 8 of 10 shooting, including hitting five of his seven 3-point attempts. McDaniel scored 13 straight points during the middle portion of the second half to open up an 18-point advantage en route to a 72-55 win over Wilson.
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.
Making the gradeMcDaniel College has announced its Dean’s List from the Fall 2015 semester and 112 Green Terror student-athletes, including 32 first-semester students, qualified for the honors.
Two earn All-CC men’s basketball honorsTwo members of the McDaniel men’s basketball team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Tim Stewart and Wes Brooks were named to the first team.