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Week 28 News and Notes: A full week of conference action for #D3Week

(c) 2022 David Sinclair/McDaniel College
(c) 2022 David Sinclair/McDaniel College

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This Week's Schedule

Tuesday, Apr. 5
Baseball vs. Gettysburg, 3:30
Softball at Dickinson, 3:00
Men's and Women's Tennis at Goucher, postponed to 4/20

Wednesday, Apr. 6
Women's Lacrosse vs. Washington (Md.), 4:30

Thursday, Apr. 7
Men's Lacrosse vs. Haverford, 7:00
Men's Golf at Elizabethtown Spring Invitational, 12:00
Men's Tennis at Gettysburg, postponed

Friday, Apr. 8
Baseball at Gettysburg, 3:30

Saturday, Apr. 9
Outdoor Track & Field at Messiah Invitational/Gallaudet Invitational
Softball at Franklin & Marshall, 1:00

Sunday, Apr. 10
Baseball vs. Haverford (DH), 12:00
Women's Lacrosse vs. Haverford, 12:00

Tuesday, Apr. 12
Softball vs. Gettysburg, 3:00
Baseball at Washington (Md.), 3:30


LAST TIME OUT: Franklin & Marshall walked off winners in game one to key a sweep of McDaniel in the conference opener on Saturday, winning 6-3 and 8-7.

• McDaniel pitching has picked off 13 runners this season. Of those, 11 have come from the left arm of Ryan Martino. He picked off two more in his game-one start on Saturday, erasing back-to-back base runners in the second inning.

• Shane Daly recorded his program-record seventh triple of the season on Saturday. As a team, the Green Terror has a conference-high 25 three-baggers. The team's 1.04 triples per game is the best in Division III. In fact, McDaniel and Gallaudet (1.00) are the only baseball teams in all of the NCAA to average one or more triples per game.


LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel pitched a shutout in game one before Muhlenberg rallied with a 10th-inning victory to forge a split on Saturday. The Green Terror won 2-0 in the opener before the Mules won, 8-5.

• Coming off its 12-day break, the Green Terror went 3-1 in a pair of home doubleheaders last week. Isabella Sylvester and Megan Horsey led the offense with six hits apiece. Sylvester hit .462 with a double and three RBIs. Horsey hit .429 with an RBI and two runs scored. They both hit safely in all four games – the only McDaniel players to do so.

• Hannah Costa and Krista Waller both turned in complete-game shutouts last week. Costa twirled a two-hit gem against Messiah on Wednesday with eight strikeouts. She entered the day with eight strikeouts in her first six collegiate appearances. Waller tossed a shutout on Saturday in the conference opener against Muhlenberg, scattering eight hits.


LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel scored three straight goals to take an 11-8 lead late in the third quarter and ultimately defeat Bryn Mawr 15-11 on Saturday.

• Kealy Allison enters the week sixth in the conference in both goals (27) and points (34). She has recorded at least one goal and at least two points in each game this season and has a goal-scoring streak that goes back 14 games to Mar. 31, 2021. On Saturday, she registered five points or more in game for the fourth time this season and first in three weeks. Allison is also third in the conference with 19 caused turnovers. She has had at least one caused turnover in each of the last eight games this season.

• McDaniel has won a conference-best 145 draw controls this season. Emma Miller is second in the CC with 51. She is one of three Green Terror players in the top 10 in the conference – the only team that can make that assertion. Acadia Noll currently stands eighth (35) while Kealey Allison is 10th (31).


LAST TIME OUT: Southwestern (Texas) overcame a late McDaniel rally that forced overtime for a 12-11 victory on Sunday.

• Sunday started a stretch of five home games over a stretch of six games. After playing eight of its first 10 games on the road, the Green Terror returned home for its final non-conference contest of the year against Southwestern. McDaniel now hosts Haverford on Thursday before a short trip to Gettysburg next Wednesday. After that, it is three straight at home (Swarthmore, Washington, Ursinus) before closing the season at Muhlenberg.

• Sunday's 12-11 overtime loss to Southwestern was the first overtime game for the Green Terror since February 19, 2020. McDaniel has dropped four straight overtime games since topping Haverford 4-3 on Mar. 28, 2015.


LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel finished tied for eighth at the Hershey Cup on Sunday and Monday.

• Chuck Csejka has been the Green Terror's low man at the team's last five tournaments. He run started with a one-under 143 at Royal Lakes on Sept. 26-27 before firing a one-over 145 at The Bridges in the fall. His spring has been a 148, 154, and 150 so far. Ryan McGarry led McDaniel in its first three tournaments of the year.


LAST TIME OUT: McDaniel finished fourth for the men behind three event winners at Millersville on Saturday while the women placed 16th.

• The Green Terror added to its list of individual winners at Millersville on Saturday. After opening the outdoor season with six individual wins at Goucher, Nick Razze, Tyren Proctor, and Sam Welcher all won events at the significantly larger meet. Proctor was the only repeat winner, taking his second 110 hurdle crown of the season. Razze, who won the 400 at Goucher, claimed the top spot in the 400 hurdles at Millersville while Welcher won the triple jump for the first time this spring.