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  • Becky Martin

    McDaniel mourns loss of longtime women’s basketball coach Becky Martin

    Becky Martin, a 1980 alumna of McDaniel College and for nearly four decades coach of the Green Terror women's basketball team, died Tuesday, June 8 after a long illness. She was 62. A stand-out student athlete in both volleyball and basketball, Becky took over the reins of the women's basketball program in 1981, just a year after graduating from the college, and was a staple on the Green Terror sidelines for 37 seasons prior to her medical leave in 2018. With her career 554-369 record, she is the winningest coach in Centennial Conference history.
  • Adam Hertz

    McDaniel College appoints Adam Hertz as athletics director

    Adam Hertz, who has served as McDaniel College’s Interim Director of Athletics since Mar. 10, has been appointed as Director of Athletics, current McDaniel Provost and incoming 10th President Julia Jasken has announced. Hertz came to McDaniel after nearly two decades at fellow Centennial Conference member Swarthmore. He most recently managed operations and logistics for 122 Consulting Group in Philadelphia, a national consulting group based in Philadelphia that specializes in Justice, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (JDEI) work.
  • Marlowe Embry

    Senior Marlowe Embry honored with Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award

    Senior Kinesiology major Marlowe Embry, a member of the McDaniel volleyball team, has been honored by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as part of its annual Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholars Award.
  • McDaniel College women's soccer team during a study abroad trip to the Alps

    Soccer and adventure, in the shadow of the Alps

    Women's soccer team took the trip of a lifetime to Bavaria in Germany and on to Switzerland and its majestic Alps to visit picture-postcard villages, tour castles older than the U.S. and compete on soccer fields tucked into hillsides rimmed by snow-capped peaks.
  • Taylor Bauman

    Senior Biology major Taylor Bauman named Academic All-American

    Honors student and senior Biology major Taylor Bauman just became the first two-time Academic All-American ever in Green Terror volleyball history.
  • Jeff Groff '01 receives Green Terror Sports Hall of Fame Award

    Jeff Groff balanced rich academics through the Honors Program with on-the-field excellence.
  • January Scott Vaughan '99 receives Green Terror Sports Hall of Fame Award

    JANUARY SCOTT VAUGHAN RECEIVES GREEN TERROR SPORTS HALL OF FAME AWARD FROM McDANIEL COLLEGE Vaughan
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    McDaniel in the News: What an Art History professor learned from the football team

    As faculty mentor to the Green Terror football team, Art History professor Gretchen McKay dons the green and gold on game days to cheer the team on from the sidelines — but that’s only a small part of the roles mentor and mentees play in each other’s lives.
  • Chemistry professor Dana Ferraris, faculty athletics mentor to the women's soccer team, explains to coach Sandy Lagana and team co-captains Abby Keen and Kristen Upton how he and his wife make the bagels he brings to the team on home-game mornings.

    Faculty athletic mentors: Supporting student athletes on and off the field

    For most of the week, you’ll find McDaniel’s faculty athletic mentors in labs or studios or discussing Byzantine art with a group Art History students. But come Game Day, these professors exchange lab coats and laptops for Green Terror fan gear before heading off to cheer on their favorite team. But the fast growing faculty mentor program goes far beyond cheering from the sidelines. The program matches faculty members with athletic teams of their choice. If the match gels, the mentor helps team members with academic issues and fosters better understanding among faculty of the demands student-athletes face all the while identifying specific and sometimes unique ways they can support the team and its members.