At the annual award ceremonies that McDaniel College holds each spring, 25 Green Terror student-athletes were among the honorees. On Apr. 29, the College recognized more than 30 undergraduate students at the annual Spring Awards Ceremony. On May 18, the College held its annual Senior Investiture and Honors Convocation, where 41 academic and activity/leadership awards were given to graduating seniors.
The Centennial Conference announced its academic honors for the spring sports season and 33 Green Terror athletes were named to the CC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Four athletes also were named to the Academic All-Centennial team.
Seven members of the McDaniel softball team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Cassie Rickrode, Alicia Wagner, Carly Deichman, Tori Wilkins, Michaela Persinger and Megan Coyle were all named to the first team. Tayler Hishon was the lone second-team selection.
Alicia Wagner recorded two hits to lead the second-seeded Green Terror. Haverford scored three runs in the fifth inning to break a scoreless deadlock and defeat McDaniel 5-0 in the first round of the Centennial Conference (CC) tournament.
McDaniel will travel to Gettysburg, Pa., for the 2018 Centennial Conference softball championship tournament, to be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The second-seeded Green Terror will take on third-seeded Haverford in Friday’s second first-round game.
Senior Alejandra Mata led the Green Terror with a 2-for-2 performance in game one, including her first home run in a McDaniel uniform. McDaniel scored eight runs in the sixth inning of game one to key a doubleheader sweep of Haverford. The Green Terror won the opener 12-4 in six innings before completing the sweep, 4-2.
Carly Deichman led the Green Terror with two hits in the opener. Messiah held on for a game-one win before taking advantage of two early error to complete the sweep of McDaniel. The Falcons captured game one 6-4 before winning the nightcap 8-0 in five innings.
Tayler Hishon led McDaniel with two hits and the game-winning sacrifice fly in game two. The Green Terror scored in the bottom of the eighth inning to earn a split with Stevenson. The Mustangs took game one 4-2 before McDaniel won the nightcap 3-2 in eight innings.
Tori Wilkins led McDaniel with four hits, including the go-ahead knock in the seventh inning of game two. The Green Terror scored three runs in the seventh inning of game two to forge a split with Dickinson. The Red Devils took game one 3-1 before McDaniel rallied for a 5-4 victory in the nightcap.
Miranda Thompson helped the Green Terror to the win in game one with two hits. McDaniel rallied for a game-one win before Shenandoah staved off a game-two rally to earn a split. The Green Terror grabbed the opener 5-4 in the eighth inning before the Hornets took the nightcap, 4-1.
Megan Coyle was one of four McDaniel players with four hits on the afternoon, adding an RBI and two runs scored. McDaniel exploded for 19 hits in game one to key a doubleheader sweep of Muhlenberg. The Green Terror took the opener 14-6 in five innings before running its unbeaten streak to eight games with a 1-0 victory in the nightcap.
Alicia Wagner led the Green Terror with four hits on the day, including the go-ahead double in the opener. McDaniel rallied for a game-one win before forging a tie in game two at York. The Green Terror scored a 10-9 win in nine innings in game one. In game two, McDaniel forged a 2-all draw.
Michaela Persinger led McDaniel with four hits, including her first two collegiate home runs. The Green Terror hit three home runs and got solid pitching in a doubleheader sweep of Swarthmore. McDaniel took game one 4-1 before completing the sweep with a 9-3 game-two win.
Alicia Wagner led the offense with three hits on the day, including the go-winning RBI single in the top of the ninth of game one. McDaniel needed nine innings to win game one before taking a run-rule victory to sweep Washington. The Green Terror captured the opener 4-3 before plating eight first-inning runs in game two for an 8-0 win.
Carly Deichman led the Green Terror with six hits on the day, posting three hits in both games. Gettysburg used three multiple-run innings to key a sweep of McDaniel. The Bullets took the opener 5-2 before completing the sweep, 5-3.