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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2013
Thursday's entry is the fourth installment of a series taking a look at each of the eight Division III programs in this state according to their order of finish from last season. The Sun's lacrosse preview is slated to be published on Friday, Feb. 8. This is McDaniel's turn. Overview: The Green Terror bounced back from a 6-9 overall record and a 3-5 mark in the Centennial Conference in 2011 to go 11-7 and 5-3, respectively, last season. That was good enough to send the program to its third conference tournament in the last four years, but McDaniel failed to get out of the semifinal round, losing to Washington College.
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From Sun staff reports and news services | September 21, 2014
Chris Moller made a 38-yard field goal with 28 seconds left in the game to lift Morgan State (2-2, 1-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) to a 38-35 victory over Howard (1-3, 0-1) in the New York Urban League Football Classic on Saturday in East Rutherford, N.J. Morgan State opened a 14-0 lead, but Howard rallied with two scoring drives, including a 1-yard run by quarterback Greg McGhee with 5:04 left in the first half. The Bears broke the 14-all halftime tie by adding three touchdowns in the third quarter, two by Herb Walker Jr. But the Bison had one scoring drive in the third and two touchdowns in the fourth to tie the game at 35 with 2:27 left.
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By Dean Jones Jr and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2012
Beginning in the fall, McDaniel College will have a new Green Terror mascot. The school announced Tuesday the creation of a "new visual identity" for its athletic program, which also includes a new logo, starting with the 2012-13 academic year. Each of McDaniel's 24 varsity sports will also have a sport-specific logo, according to a news release from the college. A committee of student-athletes, coaches, faculty and alumni worked closely with Francis Santaquilani and FS Design of Chattanooga, Tenn., to create the new Green Terror identity through a process that started in September 2011, the college said.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2014
McDaniel's 2014 season ended in shocking fashion when the team surrendered six unanswered goals in a 16-15 loss to Centennial Conference foe Gettysburg. More than a month after that April 26 setback, coach Matt Hatton said the outcome could serve as a positive for the Green Terror (6-9 overall and 3-5 in the league). “I'm not sure that wasn't a good thing for our guys as motivation in the long run,” he said. “Obviously for the short term, it was very painful. But everybody's excited.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | February 24, 1995
Just how much did senior point guard Pat Young mean to this season's Western Maryland men's basketball team?In the team's first playoff appearance in 15 years on Wednesday, the Green Terror had a one-point lead over host Muhlenberg early in the second half when Young went out with a severe cut to his finger.When he returned six minutes later, the Mules were in the middle of a 28-8 run.Young, who earned All-Centennial Conference honorable-mention status, didn't take another shot after returning and the Mules, winners of the conference's East Division, advanced with a 78-54 win.Sophomore Daeviid St. Rose, a second-team All-CC forward, was the only member of the Green Terror in double figures with 15 points.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | September 9, 1994
Western Maryland College second-year coach Tim Keating had a dream of the Bair Stadium scoreboard lighted up like a pinball machine. He jokingly admits he isn't sure whether the home or away team had more points.It's understandable.An offense that had little problem scoring in Keating's inaugural 3-5-1 1993 season has junior quarterback Brian Van Deusen back, along with his top two receivers and much of the line. The defense has only two starters back, one of whom is switching positions.The game plan is simple: "We're going to have to control the ball on offense with 5- and 10-yard gains and keep our guys on the field with 10-play drives," Keating said.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | April 7, 1995
The Western Maryland baseball team will be gunning for a school-record eighth straight win today when it takes on visiting Gettysburg.The game will complete a home-and-home series that began Tuesday with a 12-11 win by the Green Terror in a 10-inning thriller at Gettysburg.Western Maryland (9-3, 3-0 in the Centennial Conference) rallied from a 7-1 deficit in the sixth and had one-run leads after the seventh and eighth before Gettysburg sent the game into extra innings.The Bullets (3-16, 1-4)
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By GLENN P. GRAHAM and GLENN P. GRAHAM,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1995
The Western Maryland College football team has a big task ahead Saturday afternoon when it travels to Carlisle, Pa., to take on the seven-time defending Centennial Conference champion Dickinson Red Devils.The last time the Green Terror left the Dickinson campus victorious was in 1983 with a 35-14 win. The Red Devils since have won five straight at home against the Green Terror.A bye last Saturday gave Western Maryland (3-1-1 overall, 2-0-1 in the CC) an extra week to prepare, while Dickinson (4-1, 2-0)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 8, 1996
Western Maryland College didn't bring home any Centennial Conference championships this spring, but it did have plenty of success when the All-CC teams came out yesterday.Three Green Terror student-athletes were named Player of the Year in their respective sports. Senior catcher Jen Prowinski in softball, senior shortstop Brian Van Deusen in baseball, and senior attacker Dean Coccia in men's lacrosse all took top honors.Prowinski, a repeat first-team selection, hit .448 in the conference with 20 RBIs.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1994
It was a very successful season for the majority of the Western Maryland College spring teams.Sophomore Julie Cox (Liberty) put an exclamation point on the season by leading the women's track and field team to their first-ever conference championship on Sunday. The Green Terror finished tied with host Gettysburg with 136 points in the inaugural Centennial Conference Championships.As has been the case all season, Cox was brilliant over the weekend. She was named Outstanding Female Performer after winning the 100- and 400-meter hurdles, placing second in the 100 -- and shot put, and taking third in the long jump.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2014
Here is the third installment of a series that checks in with the eight Division III programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Thursday's visit was with Hood. Friday's visit is with McDaniel. REVIEW The good: The 2014 campaign was not as kind to the Green Terror (6-9 overall and 3-5 in the Centennial Conference) as coach Matt Hatton might have hoped, and a contributing factor was an offense that scored just 9.3 goals per game.
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May 4, 2014
With two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning in the Centennial Conference softball tournament's first elimination game on Saturday in Allentown, Pa., McDaniel had the winning run on second base with Manchester resident Olivia Kipe at the plate. The freshman from Manchester Valley High School, who had three hits through her first 14 innings of tournament play, laced a line drive into left field and Megan Moore raced home, giving the Green Terror a 2-1 victory over Washington (Md.)
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From Sun staff reports | April 27, 2014
Jenna Reifler scored the game-winner on a feed from Taylor D'Amore with 3:52 left as No. 7 Johns Hopkins beat No. 9 Ohio State, 8-7, in women's lacrosse Saturday. Jenna Reifler scored the game-winner on a feed from Taylor D'Amore with 3:52 left as No. 7 host Johns Hopkins beat No. 9 Ohio State, 8-7, in women's lacrosse Saturday. The Blue Jays improved to 14-3 and 3-3 in the American Lacrosse Conference and earned the fifth seed in the conference tournament. The Buckeyes (12-5, 4-2)
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From Sun staff reports | April 10, 2014
Kelly McPartland broke a 7-all tie on a free-position goal with 1:39 left as No. 2 Maryland beat host Princeton, 8-7, in women's lacrosse Wednesday night. Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) scored twice for the Terps (14-1). The Tigers (7-4) led 5-3 at the half. No. 20 Navy 9, Lehigh 8, OT: Jill Coughlin (St.Mary's) scored the unassisted winner with one second left in overtime as the host Mids (13-1, 5-1 Patriot League) beat the Mountain Hawks (6-7, 3-3). Both halves ended in ties.
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From Sun staff reports | March 27, 2014
Towson kept the game close for nearly a quarter before No. 2 Maryland went on a 7-0 run and won, 19-8, Wednesday night. Kelly McPartland had a game-high six goals for the host Terps (12-0). Gabby Cha (Mount de Sales) gave the Tigers (5-5) a 1-0 lead 2:09 into the game before Maryland answered with a 5-0 run. Towson's Taylor Moore had a natural hat trick to pull Towson within 5-4 with 13:22 left in the first half. No. 14 Loyola Maryland 8, No. 15 Georgetown 5: The visiting Greyhounds (7-4)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2014
One reason for optimism in the preseason for McDaniel was the return of four of the team's top six scorers. For now, however, the leader of that pack is shelved for an extended period of time. Sophomore midfielder Jason Lawrence, a Fallston graduate who led the offense in both assists (20) and points (38) in 2013, suffered a broken rib the day before the team's eventual 13-7 loss to No. 18 York on March 1 and has sat out the past three games. Coach Matt Hatton said last week that Lawrence could return for Saturday's home contest against Ferrum (1-6)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
The Western Maryland College football team will travel to Ursinus in dire need of a win after dropping its second straight game Saturday against Gettysburg.There are plenty of ties that link Western Maryland and its Centennial Conference rival Ursinus.Green Terror coach Tim Keating and Ursinus coach Steve Gilbert worked together as assistant coaches at Penn. Two of Keating's assistants -- Paul Guenther and Matt Kennedy -- played at Ursinus.All the reunion stuff will have to wait until after the game with the Green Terror needing to win and Ursinus looking to make it two straight conference wins after impressively knocking off Franklin & Marshall.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer | January 20, 1995
The challenges for the Western Maryland women's basketball team grow bigger and bigger and now come in bunches.At 5-0 and atop the Centennial Conference's West Division, the Green Terror (9-2 overall) has been noticed.It can't look past Saturday's home game against Haverford (3-9 overall, 0-3 in the CC East) with a showdown against Johns Hopkins (9-4, 3-1 in the CC West) coming on Tuesday. Eight of its next 10 games will come against conference foes.After its seven-game win streak was ended last Thursday by nonconference opponent Lebanon Valley, the Green Terror went back to work with conference wins against Bryn Mawr, 77-39, on Saturday and Franklin & Marshall, 67-49, on Tuesday.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2014
McDaniel coach Matt Hatton chuckled when asked Friday morning to characterize the significance of Wednesday's 7-6 decision against McDaniel, which was the Green Terror's first win of the 2014 campaign. “I think from a variety of standpoints - morale being one of them - that was a big one for us,” he said. “One of the things we talked about going into that game was that it was two what I would consider pretty decent teams that were both 0-3 and one of them was going to leave at 0-4 and one of them was going to be 1-3. So hopefully, it's something that we can build on. It was a close game.
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From Sun staff reports | February 27, 2014
No. 20 Johns Hopkins scored just one goal in the second half, but it turned out to be the game-winner in a 6-5 upset of No. 7 Loyola Maryland on Wednesday night in the first-ever Lacrosse Coaches vs. Cancer game. The host Blue Jays (4-0) get their first win over a top-five opponent in women's lacrosse since a 12-11 win over then-No.2 Northwestern on April 16, 2011. The Greyhounds scored their fewest goals under sixth-year coach Jen Adams and suffered their first loss of the season as they slipped to 2-1. Jenna Reifler (Roland Park)
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