Zeps hits three late free throws for winKarli Zeps led the Green Terror with 14 points, including going 6-for-7 from the free-throw line. McDaniel rallied with three free throws in the final second to defeat Ursinus, 51-49.
Smith tallies 10 in conference winJasmine Smith led the Green Terror as the only player to reach double figures on either side with 10 points. McDaniel held Washington (Md.) to 17 points through three quarters to help claim a 41-33 victory.
Storer establishes career high with 14Liv Storer led the Green Terror with a career-best 14 points, going 6-for-9 from the floor. Dickinson hit a floater in the lane as time expired in the first overtime to top McDaniel, 50-49.
Smith tallies 17 in conference openerJasmine Smith paced the Green Terror with 17 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Johns Hopkins scored the first five points of the game and never trailed en route to a 70-53 victory over McDaniel.
Smith records eight and six to earn all-tournament nodJasmine Smith scored eight points to go with six assists to lead the Green Terror and earn a spot on the all-tournament team. St. Thomas (Minn.) outscored McDaniel 26-8 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 74-43 victory.
Burgess tallies career-best 20 in victoryHalle Burgess led the Green Terror with a career-best 20 points, including hitting 5 of 7 from behind the 3-point line. McDaniel closed the third quarter on an 18-0 run to open up a 56-45 lead en route to a 73-63 victory over Mt. Aloysius.
Smith tallies 16 in openerJasmine Smith led the Green Terror with 16 points. York (Pa.) pulled away with a 23-point fourth quarter to top McDaniel, 62-50.
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.
Nichols captures two more honorsLindsey Nichols, a senior, has captured two more honors. She was tabbed a second-team All-American by Small College Hoops and earned second-team All-ECAC honors.
Making the gradeMcDaniel College has announced its Dean’s List from the Fall 2015 semester and 112 Green Terror student-athletes, including 32 first-semester students, qualified for the honors.
Nichols closes career with 27-point outingLindsey Nichols led the Green Terror in her final career game with 27 points. Waynesburg shot 50 percent on the night to key a 78-73 victory over McDaniel in the quarterfinals of the ECAC South tournament.
Two earn All-CC women’s basketball honorsTwo members of the McDaniel women’s basketball team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Lindsey Nichols was named to the first team and also garnered Player of the Year honors for the second straight year. Brittney Davis was tabbed honorable mention for the second straight year.
McDaniel in ECAC fieldMcDaniel will host Waynesburg for the first round of the 2016 ECAC South women’s basketball tournament on Wednesday. Game time is 7 p.m.
Nichols scores 14 in runner-up finishLindsey Nichols led the Green Terror to their second consecutive runner-up finish with 14 points. Muhlenberg outscored McDaniel 27-15 in the third quarter to turn a five-point halftime edge into a 17-point lead en route to an 83-59 victory in the championship game of Centennial Conference tournament.
Zeps nets 24 to lead way into title gameKarli Zeps netted a season-best 24 points to pace the Green Terror. McDaniel put together a 13-4 run over the second half of the third quarter en route to a 79-62 victory over Gettysburg in the semifinals of 2016 Centennial Conference tournament.
Defying the Odds: Nichols’ Basketball JourneyThe instant Lindsey Nichols planted her right knee and heard the familiar pop, she had no doubt. She fell to the floor in pain and was quickly surrounded by the McDaniel training staff and coaches.
McDaniel to battle for CC titleMcDaniel will travel to Allentown, Pa., for the 2016 Centennial Conference women’s basketball championship tournament. The second-seeded Green Terror faces third-seeded Gettysburg in Friday second semifinal at 8 p.m.
Nichols tallies 25 on senior dayLindsey Nichols led the Green Terror with 25 points. Gettysburg outscored McDaniel 18-10 in the second quarter to build a five-point halftime lead en route to a 73-64 victory.