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Week 26 News and Notes: Lacrosse prepares for conference play

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

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This Week's Schedule

Tuesday, Mar. 22
Men's Lacrosse at Bryn Athyn, 4:00

Thursday, Mar. 24
Softball at Randolph-Macon, postponed to 4/21

Friday, Mar. 25
Outdoor Track & Field at Goucher Quad Meet, 4:00

Saturday, Mar. 26
Men's Golf – McDaniel Spring Invitational at The Bridges, 8:30
Women's Golf – McDaniel Spring Invitational at The Bridges, 8:30
Baseball vs. Stockton (DH), 12:00
Men's & Women's Tennis at Muhlenberg, 12:00
Men's Lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall, 12:00
Women's Lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall, 3:00

Sunday, Mar. 27
Men's Golf – McDaniel Spring Invitational at The Bridges, 8:30
Women's Golf – McDaniel Spring Invitational at The Bridges, 8:30
Baseball vs. New Jersey City, 1:00

MEN'S LACROSSE

LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel scored the first nine goals en route to a 20-2 win at Alvernia on Saturday.

• Two days after being held without a point for the first time since Feb. 26, 2020, Nick DeLoriers recorded 11 points at Alvernia on Saturday. He contributed five goals and added six assists. The goals, assists, and points totals were all career bests for DeLoriers. The six assists and 11 points were both the most by a Green Terror player since 2006.

• On Thursday, Brighton Lorber matched his career high with 26 saves in a defensive contest at Lycoming. The two teams combined for 89 shots in the contest but were able to muster just nine combined goals for a shooting percentage of 10.1 percent. McDaniel converted four times in 36 shots while Lycoming got just five shots into the back of the net on 53 attempts.

OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD

LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel wrapped up the indoor season at the Shenandoah Final Qualifier on Mar. 5.

• The Green Terror enters the outdoor season off its best indoor conference finish since 1995 on the men's side and 2003 on the women's side. McDaniel brought home a haul of 10 total medals, including three golds, and add events in the outdoor slate in which Green Terror athletes claimed three medals. Josh Sproul joins the squad after basketball season, looking to reprise his high jump performance from a year ago. Nick Razze returns his focus to the 400 hurdles after a gold-medal performance last year and just missing the national field. Chett Brunner took silver in the discus last spring in addition to his shot put silver this winter.

MEN'S GOLF

LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel opened the spring with a team win at The Ruckus on Saturday and Sunday.

• Chuck Csejka claimed his first individual tournament title with a 36-hole total of 148 in Williamsburg over the weekend. His one-under par 70 on Saturday keyed the Green Terror's round of 298 to open the spring. The team victory was the third of the season for McDaniel, which has finished first or second in five of its six A-Team tournaments.

WOMEN'S GOLF

LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel closed out the fall with a round of 495 at the Franklin & Marshall Invitational on Oct. 2.

• The Green Terror opens the spring schedule with four new additions to the roster. Christina Baker, Ashley Farrington, Katharine Hefright, and Olivia Vanreusel are all new to the squad. The quartet along with Jay Mann comprise more than half of the roster who will be looking to tee it for their first competitive collegiate round this spring.

BASEBALL

LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel wrapped up a 7-3 trip to Myrtle Beach with a 10-9 extra-inning loss to Salem State on Saturday.

• With a third-inning triple in the second game against Keene State on Mar. 13, T.J. McGuire recorded his 100th hit in a Green Terror uniform. He became the 23rd member of the 100-hit club and first since Kasey Nelson joined the elite group in 2018.

• Shane Daly earned the Centennial Conference Player of the Week honors after hitting .407 over the final six games of the Myrtle Beach trip. The week was highlighted by his 6-for-6 performance against Framingham State that included hitting for the cycle with two home runs. The six hits in a single game ties a program record while he is just the second player to hit two home runs in the same game. He is the first Green Terror player in 20 years to hit for the cycle. He also scored a program-record six runs in the contest. For the year, he has already matched the single-season program record with six triples.

• McDaniel enters the week in the top five in Division III in six offensive categories, including as the national leader in runs scored (212). The Green Terror is also second in triples (20) and sacrifice flies (19) as well as being third in batting average (.379), third in on-base percentage (.495), and fifth in walks (114).

TENNIS

LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel closed the conference-only season with losses to Ursinus on May 1, 2021.

• The Green Terror will play a shortened season this spring, including not competing in conference competition. Six of the seven men on the current roster will be making their collegiate debuts this spring while 10 of the 14 women have not competed in a McDaniel uniform before this spring.

WOMEN'S LACROSSE

LAST TIME OUT: Colorado College scored the first four goals en route to a 21-13 win over McDaniel on Saturday.

• Kealey Allison reached 100 goals for her career on Saturday. Her second goal of the day – a free-position goal with 13:59 to play in the fourth quarter got her to the milestone, becoming the 17th Green Terror player to hit 100 goals. Allison now has more than 100 goals (101), points (119), and draw controls (116) in her career. She is just the fourth player in program history with both 100 goals and 100 draw controls.

• Emma Miller pulled down a career-best 13 draw controls in Saturday's contest. The total is tied for second in program history for a single game. She currently leads the conference with 41 draws on the year. McDaniel is the only team in the conference with three players in the top 10 in draw controls. Acadia Noll is currently fifth (29) while Kealey Allison is eighth (23). The Green Terror has a conference-best 111 draw controls this season and has won 11 or more in all seven games this season

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