Sports Wrap 2-26-13
Senior Joe Camlin won the Centennial Conference wrestling heavyweight title, junior Emma Duesterhaus swam to her first gold, freshman swimmer Brad Brooks took three gold medals and senior Carlos Hernandez won gold for shot put in Feb. 22-24 events.
Senior Joe Camlin of Westminster, Md., won the title at heavyweight to lead McDaniel to a third-place finish Feb. 23 at the 2013 Centennial Conference (CC) wrestling championship hosted by Johns Hopkins. The Green Terror finished with 48 points for its best place finish since finishing third in 2009.
Freshman Brad Brooks of Newark, Del., swam three individual events at the Centennial Conference (CC) men's swimming championship. Brad Brooks won three gold medals at Franklin & Marshall and won in NCAA Division III B-Cut time each time Feb. 23-24. Brooks, the outstanding performer of the meet, led a Green Terror rewriting of the record books as well. The freshman established three new championship meet records, four new CC records and six new program records. All told, seven McDaniel program records fell over the three days and five other top-10 times were recorded. As a team, the Green Terror finished seventh with 236.5 points.'
Junior Emma Duesterhaus of Spartanburg, S.C., led an overhaul of the McDaniel women's swimming all-time top-10, winning a pair of medals that included her first career gold at the 2013 Centennial Conference (CC) championship Feb. 22-24 hosted by Franklin & Marshall. The Green Terror finished sixth as a team with 350 points.
Senior Carlos Hernandez of Derwood, Md., bettered his previous personal best Feb. 23 by more than five inches to win the shot put at the 2013 Centennial Conference (CC) men's indoor track and field championship hosted by Ursinus.
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