Making the gradeMcDaniel has announced its Dean’s List from the Fall 2016 semester and 106 Green Terror student-athletes, including 33 first-semester students, qualified for the honors.
McWilliams closes season with 30 in victoryJosh McWilliams recorded his second 30-point game of the season for the Green Terror, leading all scorers with 30. McDaniel rallied from an 11-point deficit with 14:02 to play to defeat Muhlenberg, 73-57.
Yrizarry nets 20 in victoryKevin Yrizarry led the Green Terror to its second straight win with a game-high 20 points. He also added nine rebounds. McDaniel put together a late run to close out a 56-53 victory over Gettysburg.
Cannon records first career double-double in road winAustin Cannon was one of four starters in double figures for the Green Terror, recording his first collegiate double-double with 16 points and a career-best 10 rebounds. McDaniel put together a 9-0 run early in the second half to open up a 12-point lead and defeat Haverford, 72-60.
McWilliams tallies 15Josh McWilliams led the Green Terror with 15 points. Washington (Md.) overcame a 21-5 deficit midway through the first half, rallying to defeat McDaniel, 49-44.
Yrizarry nets career-high 20Kevin Yrizarry led the Green Terror with a career-best 20 points to go with six rebounds and four assists. Swarthmore scored five straight points in overtime to open up an eight-point advantage and defeat McDaniel, 89-81.
McWilliams nets 16Josh McWilliams netted 16 points to lead the Green Terror. A 10-0 second-half run helped Dickinson overcome a nine-point deficit and defeat McDaniel, 53-50.
Cannon tallies 14 and 7Austin Cannon led the Green Terror with 14 points and seven rebounds. Franklin & Marshall opened the second half on a 15-0 run to open up a 19-point margin and defeat McDaniel, 70-47.
Cannon scores 21Austin Cannon matched his career high for the Green Terror with 21 points, including scoring 19 of his team’s 29 second-half points. Johns Hopkins went on a 19-2 run that spanned both halves to key a 66-51 victory over McDaniel.
McWilliams tallies 21 in victoryJosh McWilliams scored 18 of his game-high 21 points after halftime to lead the Green Terror to its fifth win in the last seven games. McDaniel broke a 64-all deadlock with a 7-2 burst en route to a 74-71 victory over Ursinus.
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.