Four earn all-region women’s soccer honorsFour members of the McDaniel women’s soccer team have been named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Mid-Atlantic team. Kristen Upton and Sarah McDonald were named to the first team while Nicole Hill and Christina Wroblewski earned second-team honors.
McDonald makes three saves in third roundSarah McDonald made three saves for the 15th-ranked Green Terror, who finished its season with a program-record 18 wins. Brandeis scored in the 87th minute to top McDaniel 1-0 in the third round of the NCAA tournament.
McDaniel advances to sectionals at BrandeisThe NCAA announced sectional hosts and McDaniel learned that its postseason run will continue in Waltham, Mass., on the campus of Brandeis in the NCAA Division III tournament third round.
Kirschenmann leads way to NCAA tournament victoryFour different players found the back of the net for the 15th-ranked Green Terror, including Katie Kirschenmann, who opened the scoring in the 24th minute. McDaniel topped Farmingdale 4-1 for its first-ever NCAA tournament victory.
McDaniel to host NCAA first, second roundsMcDaniel learned on Monday afternoon that its season will continue with an at-large bid into the NCAA Division III women’s soccer field. The Green Terror will host a regional for the opening two rounds of the tournament.
Titus scores in championship gameFreshman Allie Titus scored the lone goal for the 13th-ranked Green Terror, breaking through for the hosts in the 69th minute. Johns Hopkins scored three second-half goals to register a 3-1 victory.
Upton scores early to key semifinal victoryKristen Upton cored the opening goal for the top-seeded and 13th-ranked Green Terror. McDaniel scored just 1:36 into the game to punch a ticket to its first championship game, topping Gettysburg, 3-1.
McDaniel makes big move in polls, rankingsMcDaniel remains in the latest d3soccer.com top 25 poll and regional and NSCAA top 25. The Green Terror made a big move in the national poll, moving up to No. 13. McDaniel also moved up to the No. 2 ranking in the third NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic regional rankings.
McDaniel to host CC playoffsMcDaniel will host the 2016 Centennial Conference women’s soccer championship tournament, to be held on Saturday and Sunday on campus. The top-seeded Green Terror will host the winner of Wednesday’s first-round game between Haverford and Gettysburg in Saturday’s first semifinal at 11 a.m.
Hill tallies one and one to secure top seedNicole Hill recorded a goal and an assist to lead the 22nd-ranked Green Terror. McDaniel scored three times in the game’s first 27 minutes en route to a 4-0 win over Washington (Md.), securing the top seed in next week’s Centennial Conference tournament.
McDaniel continue to move in polls, rankingsMcDaniel remains in the latest d3soccer.com top 25 poll and NSCAA regional and NSCAA top 25. The Green Terror also continued to hold its No. 3 ranking in the second NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic regional rankings.
Gibson leads way to key victoryKirsten Gibson scored in the first minute of the second half to lead the 22nd-ranked Green Terror. McDaniel took advantage of a pair of breakaway opportunities in the first 10 minutes to jump out to a 2-0 lead en route to. a 3-2 victory over Johns Hopkins.
McDonald named Defensive Player of the WeekSarah McDonald, a junior, has been named the Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 17-23. It is the fourth straight week she earned the honor.
Kirschenmann tallies in drawKatie Kirschenmann led the 23rd-ranked Green Terror with a goal in the 65th minute. McDaniel and Haverford scored fewer than eight minutes apart but neither team could tally the game-winner, resulting in a 1-all draw.
Wroblewski blasts way to victory, playoffsChristina Wroblewski scored the lone goal for the Green Terror, who remained undefeated in conference play and clinched a berth in the upcoming CC tournament. McDaniel controlled play in the second half to defeat Gettysburg, 1-0.
McDaniel makes move in polls, rankingsMcDaniel remains in the latest d3soccer.com top 25 poll and NSCAA regional but also moved into the NSCAA top 25. Most importantly, however, the Green Terror earned a spot in the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic regional rankings.