Melanie Yeomans led a balanced attack for the Green Terror with 12 points. McDaniel scored the final nine points of the first half to take a 33-27 lead into the break and carried that momentum to a 63-43 victory over Swarthmore.
Hannah Zajac led the Green Terror, establishing a career best with 14 points to go with a team-best six rebounds. McDaniel outscored Bryn Mawr 22-9 in the second quarter, building a 17-point halftime lead en route to a 64-29 victory.
Jasmine Smith led the Green Terror with 13 points and six rebounds. Susquehanna had the final say in a game that featured eight ties and 19 lead changes, hitting a short-range jumper with 0.7 seconds left for a 55-54 victory over McDaniel.
Hannah Ravenscroft was one of three players in double figures for the Green Terror, registering a career-best 10 points to go with four assists. McDaniel put together a 21-2 run in the first quarter and never trailed by fewer than 17 points for the final 31 minutes, topping Goucher, 87-44.
Melanie Yeomans led the Green Terror to its first conference win of the season with a career-best 21 points. McDaniel used a 17-3 run to turn a 42-41 edge late in the third quarter into a 59-44 early fourth-quarter lead en route to a 74-61 victory at Washington (Md.).
Liv Storer led the Green Terror with 17 points and six rebounds. McDaniel outscored Chatham 22-10 over the final seven minutes of the third quarter to break open a two-point game and notch a 79-47 victory.
Syd Knadler, a senior, was named the Centennial Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in women's swimming. Knadler was one of 24 Green Terror winter student-athletes named to the CC Winter Academic Honor Roll.
Alyssa March closed her collegiate career with a double-double for the Green Terror, recording 13 points and 11 rebounds. Muhlenberg took a 15-9 lead after the first quarter and never looked back, defeating McDaniel, 78-50.