Allison Farrell, a senior on the women’s lacrosse team, was named the Centennial Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in her sport. Farrell was one of 27 Green Terror spring student-athletes named to the CC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
Six members of the McDaniel softball team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Payton Lewis and Tayler Hishon were named to the first team while Fiona Johnson, Stacie Maring, Lindsey Miller and Jamie Weisser earned second-team accolade. Head coach Phil Smith was also tabbed the conference’s Coach of the Year.
Tayler Hishon led McDaniel on Friday with a 2-for-3 day at the plate, including leading off the second inning with a home run to left field. Franklin & Marshall plated a pair of unearned runs in the sixth inning to take a 3-2 victory over the Green Terror in the first round of the 2017 Centennial Conference tournament.
McDaniel will host the 2017 Centennial Conference softball championship tournament, to be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The top-seeded Green Terror will take on fourth-seeded Franklin & Marshall in Friday’s first first-round game at 2 p.m.
Haley Michael led McDaniel on Saturday with three hits in the twinbill. McDaniel escaped game one with a victory before exploding for 10 runs to complete the sweep of Haverford. The Green Terror took the opener 3-2 before winning game two 10-2 in six innings to capture the No. 1 seed in next weekend’s conference tournament.
Jamie Weisser led the Green Terror with three hits on the afternoon. Hood scored two runs in the top of the eighth to complete a sweep of McDaniel. The Blazers took the opener 5-2 before finishing the sweep with a 2-1 game-two win.
Megan Coyle led McDaniel with three hits in game one – part of a 15-hit attack. McDaniel scored four runs in the top of the eighth inning to take game one and earn a split with Stevenson. The Green Terror captured an 8-5 win in the opener before the Mustangs responded with a 3-2 victory in the nightcap.
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.
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.
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.
Megan Coyle led McDaniel with three hits and two RBIs in game two. McDaniel scored all of its runs in two innings to sweep Eastern Mennonite. The Green Terror notched a 2-1 win in game one before completing the sweep with an 8-2 victory in the nightcap.
Morgan Scardina led the Green Terror with two of the team’s six hits in game one. York (Pa.) hit three home runs to key a doubleheader sweep of McDaniel. The Spartans won the opener 9-3 before completing the sweep with a 10-4 victory.
Payton Lewis reached base in her first seven plate appearances of the day for the Green Terror, recording five hits and two walks. She also drove in three runs. McDaniel came out on the top side of a game-one pitchers’ duel before Washington (Md.) countered to win a game-two slugfest and forge a split. The Green Terror took the opener 2-1 before the Shorewomen snapped McDaniel’s nine-game unbeaten streak with a 9-7 win in game two.
Olivia Kipe had two hits in the first of two scheduled games for the Green Terror, who took advantage of the international tiebreaker rule in the 10th inning. McDaniel needed extra innings but defeated Gettysburg, 2-1.