Competing singles first and as pro-sets to ensure the match would finish before darkness, the Green Terror (4-7) won five of the six matches to secure the match before doubles began.
Jesse Humeas was the lone player to win at singles for the Rams (1-7), who swept doubles.
McDaniel returns to action at Haverford on Saturday. Match time is 12 p.m.
No. 1: Andy Bosco/Bruno Azevado (S) def. Ben Faber/Dan Hovorka 8-5;
No. 2: Jesse Humeas/Nathan Jones (S) def. Justin Ward/Daniell Keltz 8-3;
No. 3: Liam McDonald/Jordan Hunter (S) def. Dan Green/Adrian Pettaway 8-1.
No. 1: Faber (M) def. Bosco 8-4;
No. 2: Hovorka (M) def. Jones 8-3;
No. 3: Humeas (S) def. Ward 9-8 (9-7);
No. 4: Keltz (M) def. McDonald 8-4;
No. 5: Pettaway (M) def. Hunter 8-1;
No. 6: Green (M) won by default.