Grant Neary has been named McDaniel College’s head baseball coach. Neary takes over as just the 15th coach in the vaunted history of Green Terror baseball after spending the last six seasons as an assistant coach at Division I NJIT.
At the annual award ceremonies that McDaniel College holds each spring, 25 Green Terror student-athletes were among the honorees. On Apr. 29, the College recognized more than 30 undergraduate students at the annual Spring Awards Ceremony. On May 18, the College held its annual Senior Investiture and Honors Convocation, where 41 academic and activity/leadership awards were given to graduating seniors.
The Centennial Conference announced its academic honors for the spring sports season and 33 Green Terror athletes were named to the CC Spring Academic Honor Roll. Four athletes also were named to the Academic All-Centennial team.
Three members of the McDaniel baseball team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference team. Antonio Rosanova was named to the first team while Kasey Nelson earned second-team honors and Mike Dunn was tabbed honorable mention.
Antonio Rosanova led the Green Terror with four hits in the doubleheader. Swarthmore jumped out to a 20-0 lead in game one en route to a sweep of McDaniel. The Garnet won the opener 26-13 before taking the nightcap 7-2 to capture the top seed in the CC tournament.
Robbie Mays led the Green Terror on the mound with nine strikeouts, allowing just two earned runs in the complete-game win. McDaniel scored four runs in the sixth inning to take a 6-4 lead en route to a 9-5 victory over Gettysburg.
Zachary Glover led the Green Terror with three hits, including his first collegiate home run, to go with four RBIs. Franklin & Marshall jumped out to a 9-0 lead in game one, keying a doubleheader sweep of McDaniel. The Diplomats took game one 14-1 before completing the sweep, 9-5.
Colin Franke was one of eight players with a hit for the Green Terror, adding an RBI and a run scored. Washington (Md.) scored five of its six runs in the third and fourth innings to top McDaniel, 6-4.
Antonio Rosanova led the Green Terror with four hits, three stolen bases, three runs scored and two RBIs in the victory. McDaniel scored seven runs in the third inning to break a 3-all tie en route to a 14-6 win over Penn State Mont Alto.
Kasey Nelson led McDaniel with three hits on the day, including a key two-run single in the big inning. The Green Terror scored four runs in the fourth inning of game two to forge a split at Muhlenberg. McDaniel captured game two 5-4 after the Mules won game one, 4-2.
Mike Dunn led the Green Terror with a 2-for-2 day at the plate and one of seven stolen bases for the hosts. McDaniel scored three runs in the fifth inning, which proved the difference in a 6-5 win to complete the season sweep of Dickinson.
Kasey Nelson led the Green Terror with five hits in the twinbill. Ursinus used a five-run fourth inning in game two to key a doubleheader sweep of McDaniel. The Bears took the opener 6-4 before completing the sweep, 12-5.
Kasey Nelson led the Green Terror in its first games in 15 days, rapping out six hits and driving in five runs. Haverford and McDaniel combined for 60 runs and 55 hits. The Fords took a four-hour game one 18-16 before capturing the nightcap 14-12 when it was called after five innings for darkness.