Six named to Academic SquadSix members of the McDaniel softball team have been named 2016 Easton/National Fast Pitch Coaches Association Division III Scholar-Athletes, released recently.
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.
Five earn All-CC softball honorsFive members of the McDaniel softball team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Lindsey Miller was named to the first team while Payton Lewis and Jamie Weisser earned second-team accolades. Carly Deichman and Valerie Lamb were tabbed honorable mention.
Miller picks up 100th hit in CC tournamentLindsey Miller led McDaniel, recording her 100th career hit in the day’s second game. The third-seeded Green Terror dropped a 4-1 decision to second-seeded Gettysburg in tournament’s opening game before falling 7-1 to fourth-seeded Haverford in the first elimination game.
McDaniel to battle for CC titleMcDaniel will travel to Chestertown, Md., for the 2016 Centennial Conference softball championship tournament this weekend. The third-seeded Green Terror will take on second-seeded Gettysburg in Friday’s first first-round game at 2 p.m.
Galati records four hits in playoff-securing splitAlly Galati led the Green Terror with four hits. McDaniel took the opener 7-4 to officially secure its fifth straight conference tournament bid before Washington (Md.) escaped game two with a 2-1 win and lock up the top seed in next weekend’s conference tournament.
Wagner goes 3-for-3 in nightcap for splitAlicia Wagner led McDaniel with a 3-for-3 performance in the second game. McDaniel erupted for 16 hits in game two to earn a doubleheader split with Eastern Mennonite. The Royals took game one 13-4 in six innings before the Green Terror rallied for a 9-5 victory in the nightcap.
Kipe records 100th hit in sweepJunior Olivia Kipe picked up her 100th career hit with the game-winning knock in the opener. Lindsey Miller went 4-for-4 in the nightcap and added a pair of defensive gems in center field to lead McDaniel. The Green Terror took the opener 1-0 before completing the sweep of Gettysburg, 10-7.
Herschman throws four-hit shutout in splitAlex Herschman led McDaniel in game one, allowing just four hits. McDaniel rapped out 12 hits in game one to key a doubleheader split at York (Pa.). The Green Terror took game one 6-0 before the Spartans responded with a 5-1 victory in the nightcap.
Lamb strikes out four to key splitValerie Lamb went the distance in the circle to pick up her sixth win of the year in game one for McDaniel. The Green Terror took the opener 3-1 before Muhlenberg took game two, 7-2.
Kipe in two hits in nightcapOlivia Kipe had two hits in game to lead the Green Terror. Ursinus won game one on a walkoff to key a doubleheader sweep of McDaniel. The Bears took the opener 1-0 before completing the sweep, 4-3.
Miller goes 8-for-9 in sweepLindsey Miller led the hit parade, going 8-for-9 with a double and a walk in the twinbill. She was 5-for-5 in the opener to tie the program record for hits in a single game. The Green Terror took the opener 10-5 before scoring 11 runs in its final two at bats to win game two 13-5 in six innings.
Weisser throws complete game, records three hits to key sweepJamie Weisser went the distance for McDaniel in game one to pick up the win in the circle before notching three hits in game two to key the 17-hit attack. The Green Terror won the opener 4-3 behind four runs in the sixth and seventh innings and carried that momentum to a 13-7 victory in game two at Franklin & Marshall.
Hishon records six hits, eight RBIs in sweepTayler Hishon led McDaniel with a 6-for-7 day at the plate and eight RBIs, including a 4-for-4 performance in the nightcap with a career-best six batted in. Five of her six hits went for doubles. The Green Terror grabbed a 6-3 win in the opener before recording a 9-1 run-rule victory in the sixth inning of game two.
Miller records four hits in splitLindsey Miller led McDaniel with four hits, three RBIs and three runs scored. She had two home runs in the opener, including a solo shot to lead off the bottom of the first. The Green Terror took the opener 11-10 on a walkoff in the bottom of the seventh before the Fords captured the nightcap 3-2 in nine innings.