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School Conf Overall
Haverford 10-8 15-11
Ursinus 9-9 11-14
Gettysburg 13-5 19-6
Washington (Md.) 0-18 3-21
Muhlenberg 16-2 25-3
Bryn Mawr 0-0 3-20
Dickinson 11-7 16-10
Johns Hopkins 9-9 12-13
Swarthmore 3-15 5-20
Franklin & Marshall 4-14 6-19
McDaniel 15-3 21-7
Anna Mondoro (c) 2017 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
February 9, 2017 Mondoro establishes career high with 11 points Anna 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.
Halle Burgess (c) 2017 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
February 4, 2017 Burgess tallies 17 in victory Halle 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.
Jasmine Smith (c) 2017 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
February 1, 2017 Smith tallies 18 on road Jasmine 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.
Melanie Yeomans (c) 2017 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
January 28, 2017 Yeomans nets 12 in victory Melanie 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.
Liv Storer (c) 2017 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
January 26, 2017 Storer nets 12 Liv 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.
Alyssa March (c) 2017 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
January 24, 2017 March records career-high 18 in road victory Alyssa 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.).
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