In cross country:
- Lindsay Wilson (Catonsville, Md./Seton Keogh) took first in the 5,000-meter race and second in the 3,000-meter race Sept. 13 to lead McDaniel to a first-place finish in the Green Terror Challenge in women’s cross country action. On the men’s side, the Green Terror was also first Sept. 13 in both races and overall. McDaniel took the 3,000-meter race with 20 points and the 5K event with 26 points. The Green Terror’s combined total of 46 was 20 better than second-place University of D.C., which finished second in both events as well.
- Wilson finished seventh overall on the 5,000-meter women’s course Sept. 5 to lead McDaniel to a fourth-place finish at the annual Baltimore Metro Cross Country Meet. The Green Terror women placed fourth in the field of 11 with 136 points but were third among Metro teams and second among Division III teams behind team champion Johns Hopkins. On the men’s side, McDaniel also placed fourth in the field of nine with 128 points but were third among Metro teams and second among Division III teams behind Johns Hopkins. Binghamton finished with 16 points.
In field hockey:
- Brooke Dixon (Clayton, Del./Smyrna) and Kristina Skinner (Westminster, Md./Westminster) each converted both of their penalty stroke attempts Sept. 13 to help McDaniel down Washington and Lee 2-1 in penalty strokes in non-conference field hockey action.
- Brooke Dixon rocketed a shot into the right corner with just 3 minutes, 48 seconds elapsed in the first overtime period Sept. 9 to lift McDaniel to a 2-1 victory at St. Mary’s (Md.) in non-conference field hockey action.
- Washington (Md.) scored a 3-2 victory Sept. 7 over McDaniel in the Centennial Conference (CC) field hockey opener for both teams.
- Moravian College’s 388 yards on the ground led the way Sept. 13 to a 42-3 victory at McDaniel in the Centennial Conference (CC) football opener for both teams. Eric Zwilsky (Knoxville, Md./Brunswick) rushed for 65 yards to lead the Green Terror (1-1, 0-1 CC), who were held to just 113 yards of total offense while the Greyhounds (2-0, 1-0 CC) rolled up 500 yards in all.
- Making his first career start, Joe Lapkowicz (Harrisburg, Pa./Susquehanna Twp.) completed 12 of 13 passes Sept. 6 for 199 yards with two touchdowns to lead McDaniel to a 38-7 victory over St. Vincent in the football opener for both teams on Saturday.
In men’s golf:
- KJ Mazurek (Rumson, N.J./Rumson-Fair Haven) fired a team-low score of 151 over the two rounds to lead McDaniel to a sixth-place finish Sept. 13-14 at the Ted Keller Invitational at Hunting Hawk Golf Club in season-opening men’s golf action.
In women’s golf:
- Brittany Baer (Westminster, Md./Westminster) scored the first two goals Sept. 13 to lead McDaniel to a 5-0 victory over Notre Dame (Md.) in non-conference women’s soccer action.
- Val Saucier (Cockeysville, Md./Dulaney) fired a round of 87 Sept. 12 to finish tied for eighth place overall and lead McDaniel to a third-place finish at the Kutztown Invitational in women’s golf action on Friday. The Green Terror combined to shoot a round of 370. Lehigh won the five-team tournament with a combined round of 331, four strokes ahead of Kutztown.
In men’s soccer:
- Juniata’s scored a 2-1 victory over McDaniel Sept. 10 in non-conference men’s soccer action.
- Shawn Weaver (Lititz, Pa./Manheim Twp.) tallied his second goal of the season in the 24th minute and McDaniel added an insurance goal in the final five minutes to notch a 2-0 victory Sept. 6 at Gwynedd-Mercy in non-conference men’s soccer action.
In women’s soccer:
- Brittany Baer (Westminster, Md./Westminster) scored the first two goals Sept. 13 to lead McDaniel to a 5-0 victory over Notre Dame (Md.) in non-conference women’s soccer action.Leanne Hollinger (Westminster, Md./Winters Mill) made four stops at the other end. The Green Terror (2-3) finished with a 32-8 advantage in shots and 8-0 edge in corner kicks.
- Frostburg edged a 2-1 victory over McDaniel Sept. 6 in non-conference women’s soccer action.
- Taylor Herrgott (Derwood, Md./Magruder) recorded 23 kills and six total blocks Sept. 9 to lead McDaniel to a 3-2 victory over Goucher in non-conference volleyball action The Green Terror (5-3) won the first set 25-19 before the Gophers (1-6) took a 2-1 lead in the match behind 25-21 and 25-20 victories, respectively. McDaniel tallied the final five points of the fourth set to force its fifth five-set match of the season before taking the deciding set, 16-14.
- Herrgott recorded 23 kills and nine total blocks Sept. 6 to lead McDaniel to a 1-1 showing in the final round of pool play at the Battlefield Classic hosted by Gettysburg in non-conference volleyball action. The Green Terror (4-3) won for the third time in four five-set matches, downing Eastern Mennonite 3-2 (21-25, 25-15, 21-25, 25-22, 15-10) before falling to Gallaudet 3-1 (25-15, 25-17, 16-25, 25-23).