Making the grade: 129 student-athletes on Fall Dean’s List 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. Full Story
2018 McDaniel Women's Lacrosse Highlights Highlights from the 2018 women's lax season (created and edited by Greysen Brockbank).
2018 McDaniel Men's Lacrosse Highlights Highlights from the 2018 men's lax season (created and edited by Greysen Brockbank).
Sports Information Review: Apr. 30 The weekly recap video of last week in McDaniel athletics.
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February 8, 2018 Smith tallies 13 in balanced win Jasmine Smith led the Green Terror with 13 points. McDaniel used a 21-7 fourth quarter to pull away and defeat Franklin & Marshall, 59-43.
February 3, 2018 Yeomans nets 15 in road win Melanie Yeomans led the Green Terror back to even in conference play with 15 points. McDaniel opened up a 25-10 lead after the first quarter en route to a 74-43 victory over Swarthmore.
January 31, 2018 Storer tallies 15 and eight Liv Storer led the Green Terror with 15 points and eight rebounds. Dickinson scored five straight points late to help claim a 56-53 victory over McDaniel.
January 27, 2018 Mondoro ties program record with seven 3s in win Anna Mondoro led the Green Terror, trying the program record with seven made 3-pointers. She was 7-for-8 from long range and finished with 21 points. McDaniel drained 15 3-pointer in a 91-30 victory over Bryn Mawr.
January 25, 2018 Burgess nets season-best 13 Halle Burgess led the Green Terror with a season-best 13 points, including hitting three 3-pointers. Johns Hopkins went on a 13-2 run late in the third quarter to key a 57-47 victory over McDaniel.
January 23, 2018 Storer tallies 15 in home win Liv Storer led the Green Terror with 15 points, six rebounds, three blocks and three steals. McDaniel opened up an 18-4 first-quarter lead and held off second-half pushes by Washington (Md.) to prevail, 50-41.