Knadler leads conference winter academic honorsSyd 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.
Making the gradeMcDaniel has announced its Dean’s List from the Fall 2016 semester and 106 Green Terror student-athletes, including 33 first-semester students, qualified for the honors.
March records 13 and 11Alyssa 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.
Smith tallies 12Jasmine Smith led the Green Terror with 12 points. Gettysburg scored six straight points to break a 52-all deadlock, defeating McDaniel, 60-55.
Zeps nets 16Karli Zeps netted 16 points to lead the Green Terror. Haverford built a 10-point halftime lead en route to a 57-46 victory over McDaniel.
Mondoro establishes career high with 11 pointsAnna Mondoro keyed the effort for the Green Terror, establishing a career high with 11 points. Franklin & Marshall rallied from an 11-point deficit with 5:11 to play, hitting the game-winning shot as time expired to defeat McDaniel, 57-55.
Burgess tallies 17 in victoryHalle Burgess led the Green Terror with 17 points, including 11 in the first half. McDaniel started the game on a 13-0 run en route to a 59-45 victory over Swarthmore.
Smith tallies 18 on roadJasmine Smith led the Green Terror with 18 points. Dickinson went on a 19-4 run over the final 7:45 of the third quarter to build a nine-point lead before holding on to top McDaniel, 61-58.
Yeomans nets 12 in victoryMelanie Yeomans led the Green Terror with a career-high 12 points. McDaniel closed the first quarter on an 13-4 run to open up a nine-point advantage en route to a 73-48 victory over Bryn Mawr.
Storer nets 12Liv Storer led the Green Terror with 12 points. Johns Hopkins held McDaniel without a point for the first 8:01 of the second quarter, building a 19-point lead en route to a 67-42 victory.
March records career-high 18 in road victoryAlyssa March led the Green Terror with a career-best 18 points. She rounded out her sixth career double-double with 11 rebounds. McDaniel opened up a 20-4 lead after the first quarter, riding that momentum to a 59-37 victory over Washington (Md.).
Smith nets 14 in winJasmine Smith led the Green Terror with 14 points, including 10 in the first half. McDaniel built a 14-3 first-quarter lead and never trailed in a 42-34 win over Ursinus.
Zeps tallies 13Karli Zeps led the Green Terror with 13 points. Gettysburg closed the third quarter on a 10-2 run to reestablish a double-digit lead, defeating McDaniel, 63-50.
Burgess tallies 18 in road winHalle Burgess led the Green Terror with 18 points off the bench, including hitting four 3-pointers. McDaniel held Muhlenberg to just 10 first-half points en route to a 60-46 victory.
Zeps nets 12Karli Zeps led the Green Terror with 12 points, seven rebounds and three steals. Haverford scored six straight points in the fourth quarter to break a tie game and defeat McDaniel, 49-43.
Zeps records double-double in winKarli Zeps posted a double-double to lead the Green Terror, scoring a game-high 13 points to go with a game-best 10 rebounds. McDaniel went on an 8-2 run after Swarthmore tied the game early in the fourth quarter to capture a 55-51 win.
Burgess tallies 12 in victoryHalle Burgess led the Green Terror with 12 points, hitting four triples. McDaniel scored the game’s first nine points and never looked back in a 57-31 victory over Bryn Mawr.
Zeps tallies 18 and nineKarli Zeps led the Green Terror with 18 points and nine assists. Franklin & Marshall built a 12-point lead early in the fourth quarter before holding on to defeat McDaniel, 61-57.