Ryker Eckenbarger recorded a pair of pins as part of a 3-0 outing to lead the Green Terror, who defeated Penn State-Mont Alto 59-0 and UMBC 43-7 before falling to Scranton 33-9 to close the day at the Green Terror Duals.
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.
Alvontae Drummond led the Green Terror with a pair of victories, winning by technical fall and major decision on the day. McDaniel dropped a pair of matches against Ursinus and Muhlenberg. The Bears topped McDaniel 38-8 in the day’s first match before the Mules won four straight matches late to win, 29-19.
Alvontae Drummond led the Green Terror with a pair of victories, including a first-period pin. Washington and Lee edged McDaniel 21-13 to open the day before Johns Hopkins topped the Green Terror 24-18 in the second match of the day.
Billy Emerson led the Green Terror with two wins at heavyweight, including a third-period pin. McDaniel dropped a pair of matches at Stevens with Merchant Marine. The Mariners topped McDaniel 36-12 before Stevens remained perfect on the season with a 43-9 win.
Alvontae Drummond went 2-0 to pace the Green Terror, picking up a forfeit and major decision on the day. McDaniel split a trimatch at Greensboro, defeating Hampden-Sydney 39-11 before falling to the hosts, 24-21.
Alvontae Drummond led McDaniel with three pins on the day – all in the first period. McDaniel won two of its three dual meets at the Green Terror Duals. The Green Terror dropped a 41-10 decision to Scranton to open the day before defeating UMBC 45-6 and Penn State Mont Alto, 51-0.