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Week 23 News and Notes: Trying to start March like a lion

(c) 2021 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
(c) 2021 David Sinclair/McDaniel College

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This Week's Schedule

Wednesday, Mar. 2
Men's Lacrosse at Goucher, 7:00

Friday, Mar. 4
Indoor Track & Field at Shenandoah Final Qualifier, 3:00

Saturday, Mar. 5
Baseball vs. Lesley (DH), 12:00
Softball vs. Hood, 12:00
Indoor Track & Field at Shenandoah Final Qualifier, 11:00
Men's Lacrosse at St. Vincent, 11:00
Women's Lacrosse at Susquehanna, 1:00

Sunday, Mar. 6
Baseball vs. Lesley (DH), 12:00
Softball at Shenandoah, 1:00


LAST TIME OUT: St. Mary's scored the final seven goals of the first half to break open the game, defeating McDaniel 16-4 on Saturday.

• T.C. DiBartolo has split his first two games at the helm of the Green Terror program. He won his opener, topping Messiah at home on Wednesday by a 12-8 final. McDaniel, however, dropped his first road trip, falling at St. Mary's on Saturday, 16-4. The Green Terror plays seven of its games in March on the road The lone home game is Wednesday, Mar. 9 against Montclair.

• Nick DeLoriers returned to the squad after not suiting up for the Green Terror in 23 months. He immediately jumped right back into the attack and leads the team with nine points through two games. He has scored two goals in each game. He also has five assists, including dishing out a career-high four in the opener against Messiah.

• Brighton Lorber posted 32 saves in the first week of the season – a total which ranks second in the conference. He is also fourth in the CC in save percentage, stopping 57.1 percent of attempts on cage.


LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel hauled home 10 medals at the Centennial Conference championship last weekend. The men placed third while the women were seventh.

• Tyren Proctor and Anders Madsen ended up on top of the podium on Sunday at the CC championship. Proctor won the 60 hurdles with a program-record time of 8.44 seconds, becoming the first Green Terror athlete to claim gold in the indoor hurdles since Bill Tyrrell took the titles in 1995. Madsen turned in the No. 2 time in program history en route to the 800 title. His time of 1:57.95 held up out of the second heat to win by more than a second. It was the second 800 gold for McDaniel athlete in the last three championships.

• The 4x200-meter relay led the way on the women's side. Gabby Collins, Katie Morgan, Angel Bidgell, and Yeseniah Ortiz combined to run the second-fastest time in program history (1:47.47) and win gold. It was the Green Terror's first victory in the event since winning it three straight times between 2001 and 2003.

• Sarah Case added a second program record on the week, tossing a throw of 12.52 meters in the shot put to claim silver in the event and break her own record by 0.45 meters.


LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel broke out the bats in a sweep of Albright on Saturday, winning the opener 13-6 and the nightcap, 25-6.

• The Green Terror exploded for 25 runs in the nightcap on Saturday. It was the highest scoring game for McDaniel since a 35-8 home win over Dickinson Apr. 14, 2003. It was the first time since 2017 that the Green Terror had reached 20 runs in a single game – a feat accomplished four times between 2013 and 2017.

• Tyler Yohn recorded five hits in that game two victory to break out of his early season slump that saw him with just one hit in the first three games. His five knocks were the most by a Green Terror player since Marty Windisch had five hits against Ursinus on Apr. 30, 2016.

• Shane Daly has rapped out three triples in the first four games. His total is second in all of Division III, leading a Green Terror squad that ranks fifth in the nation in triples per game (1.50). McDaniel rapped out six triples as a team in the four games played at Ripken through the first two weekends.


LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel dropped its first three games of the season in Raleigh on Saturday, falling to Arcadia (10-4), Greensboro (10-4), and Wesleyan (Ga.) (10-1).

• Megan Horsey and Evie Craig led the Green Terror offense on Saturday with four hits each. Among Horsey's hits was a double. That double was one of just three extra-base hits. The lineup also drew just four walks while striking out 16 times. Conversely, the pitching staff issued 12 free passes and fanned just one in 18 innings.


LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel scored seven straight goals to rally from a three-goal deficit early in the third quarter and defeat Shenandoah 14-10 on Wednesday.

• In addition to becoming the 10th player in program history to record 100 career draw controls, Kealey Allison reached 100 points for her career last Wednesday. With her final goal of the day, coming off a Lillian Kim feed with 6:42 remaining, she tallied her 88th career goal and 100th total point. With 12 more goals this season, she'll become the 17th player with 100 career goals.

• Caroline Ramsey backstopped the Green Terror defense with a career-high 12 saves in goal on Wednesday. She went the distance between the pipes for the first time in her career to earn her first collegiate win.