DJ Biscoe led the McDaniel offense with four hits and two RBIs. McDaniel had five multiple-run innings and got solid pitching in a doubleheader sweep of Becker. The Green Terror won the opener 8-2 behind an 11-strikeout performance from Jordan Rhodes before Zach Fortuna shut out the Hawks for a 5-0 win in game two.
Jordan Rhodes struck out eight in six innings, scattering four hits for the win in the opener. McDaniel pounded out 24 hits to open its trip to the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational with a sweep of Curry. The Green Terror won the opener 9-0 before completing the sweep with an 11-5 win.
Brad Thaxton threw four no-hit innings for the Green Terror with four strikeouts to earn the win. McDaniel exploded for 17 runs and the pitching staff allowed just one hit in a 17-0 victory at Gallaudet.
Ryan Downes led the Green Terror in the season opener, making his collegiate debut with a 2-for-4 showing with one RBI. Lancaster Bible plated three runs in the sixth inning for a 3-2 win over McDaniel.
McDaniel College has announced its Dean’s List from the Fall 2017 semester and 129 Green Terror student-athletes, including 37 first-semester students, qualified for the honors. In addition, six student-athletes were named to the Green and Gold Honor Roll.
David Seibert ’78 has announced that he will retire after 38 seasons as head baseball coach. The Dean of Green Terror coaches, Seibert took over the reins of the baseball program in 1981 – just three years after graduating from then-Western Maryland.
A pair of McDaniel baseball players are playing in high-profile summer collegiate baseball leagues. Antonio Rosanova is playing this summer for the North Adams SteepleCats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League while Will Strauss is part of the Sag Harbor Whalers of the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League.
Allison Farrell, a senior on the women’s lacrosse team, was named the Centennial Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in her sport. Farrell was one of 27 Green Terror spring student-athletes named to the CC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
Antonio Rosanova led McDaniel with six hits, five RBIs and five runs scored in the two games, including a four-hit, three-RBI nightcap. Swarthmore scored 15 runs in the sixth inning or later to sweep a doubleheader from McDaniel. The Garnet staved off a ninth-inning rally by the Green Terror for a 14-12 win before completing the sweep, 10-7.