McDaniel won its opening game Saturday at the Centennial Conference baseball tournament before falling in the second elimination game later in the day at Johns Hopkins.

The third-seeded Green Terror (31-10) topped fourth-seeded Gettysburg 4-1 in the day's first elimination game before top-seeded Johns Hopkins eliminated McDaniel with a 5-0 victory to advance to Sunday's championship for a rematch with Haverford.


Marty Windisch (Manchester Valley) led McDaniel in Game 1, going the distance on the mound with nine strikeouts to pick up the Green Terror's first-ever tournament victory.

Against the Bullets (24-17-1), Nick Valori was hit by a pitch in the second inning before scoring on an Eric Grantland double for a 1-0 lead. Windisch was hit by a pitch to lead off the third before Cameron Bahr (Southampton, N.J./Seneca) singled. After a sacrifice put both runners in scoring position, Valori laced a single through the left side to make it a 3-0 game.

A Windisch leadoff home run to left field stretched the lead to 4-0 in the fifth.

Against the Blue Jays (28-12-1), Joe Conlon drew a walk to lead off the third before a one-out Thomas Mee home run staked the hosts to a 2-0 lead.

A pair of walks and a Brian Lin two-run single keyed a three-run sixth to set the final margin.

Jacob Enterlin and Preston Betz combined for a one-hitter. A Sean Sivo two-out double in the sixth was the lone knock for McDaniel.


The third-seeded Green Terror (24-18) dropped a 4-1 decision to second-seeded Gettysburg in their opener before falling 7-1 to fourth-seeded Haverford in the first elimination game.

Lindsey Miller led McDaniel, recording her 100th career hit in the day's second game.

In the opening game, a Genie Lavanant one-out single to the gap started a three-run inning for the Bullets (26-11) before Jessica Casale followed with a bunt that spun dead just in front of the plate for a hit. Jamie Abell drew a walk before Mykaela Twitchell dropped a single into shallow left to break the 1-1 deadlock.

Steph Zengel drove an RBI single back up the middle before a passed ball made it a 4-1 game.

With two outs and a 3-2 count, Olivia Kipe (Manchester Valley) sent a line drive over the centerfield fence for a her first home run of the season and a 1-0 lead.

In the second game, Kristin Tatum led off the top of the second with a single through the left side for the Fords (21-19) before moving to second on a sacrifice. After a wild throw on a second sacrifice attempt, Tatum was able to score for a 1-0 lead.

In the bottom of the frame, McDaniel's Carly Deichman beat out an infield single before moving to second on a sacrifice. Taylor Fletcher and Caitlin Justice drew back-to-back walks to load the bases.


With two outs, Miller dropped a ball into shallow center field for her 100th career hit, scoring pinch-runner Roxana Aviles to tie the contest.

Justice led McDaniel in the second game with a 2-for-2 outing in her final collegiate game.