McDaniel scored six straight points to open up a 12-7 advantage in the fifth set en route to a 15-9 win and 3-2 victory over Gettysburg. Taylor Bauman led the defense with 29 digs, pacing four players in double-digit digs and a season-high team total of 99.
Gettysburg needed overtime to defeat McDaniel, 2-1. The Bullets captured the win just 3:53 into the extra session. Megan Henderson scored her first collegiate goal, tying the game at 1-all in the 69th minute.
Gettysburg scored four straight goals to break a 1-all deadlock and open up a three-goal lead with 23 minutes to play, topping McDaniel, 6-2. Madison Downey scored her first collegiate goal and also had three defensive saves.
McDaniel finished second with a round of 294 at the Elizabethtown Blue Jay Fall Invitational at Hershey Country Club behind four rounds of 75 or better. Collin MacDonald fired a one-over par 72 to finish tied for fifth.
McDaniel finished fourth with its B-Team at the Penn State-Harrisburg Invitational, posting a 36-hole total of 632. Anthony Barr finished tied for seventh in his first collegiate 36-hole tournament with a score of 153.
McDaniel needed overtime but scored just 2:10 into the extra session for a 1-0 win over Ursinus. Drake Pew scored his team-leading fourth goal, blasting a free kick from 25 yards out into the upper-left corner of the net.
McDaniel finished fifth in a field of 15 teams at the Lancaster Bible Charger Invitational behind Gavin Gibson’s third straight win to open the season. Gibson won the race by 38 seconds, posting a time of 26:57.0 on the 8,000-meter course.
McDaniel found the back of the net just 3:17 into the game and added a second-half insurance goal for a 2-0 win over Ursinus. Maddie Schwartz staked McDaniel to an early lead with a goal in the fourth minute.
Each team scored on their first offensive possession and added a second-quarter touchdown before Franklin & Marshall tacked on a third score in the fourth quarter for a 21-14 win over McDaniel. Jarius Ransom led the defense with 10 tackles.
McDaniel never trailed in a 3-0 win over Ursinus in the Centennial Conference opener. The Green Terror took the opening set 25-15 before completing the sweep, 25-13 and 25-12. Emma Lorenzen recorded six kills and no errors to go with three total blocks.