Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Terror Gets Home Field Edge in 2006
by Patrick Brannan, Carroll County Times

2006 Football Schedule
  • Sept. 2 Bridgewater (Va.)
  • Sept. 9 Seton Hill
  • Sept. 16 at Catholic
  • Sept. 30 at Ursinus *
  • Oct. 7 Gettysburg *
  • Oct. 14 Dickinson *
  • Oct. 21 Randolph-Macon
  • Oct. 28 at Franklin & Marshall *
  • Nov. 4 Muhlenberg *
  • Nov. 11 at Johns Hopkins *
* - Centennial Conference Game
All games are set for a 1:00 p.m. kickoff
WBB: Terror Eases Past Diplomats
by Patrick Brannan, Carroll County Times

Friday, January 20, 2006

WRESTLING: McDaniel Aims High
by Patrick Brannan, Carroll County Times

Monday, January 16, 2006

MBB: A Positive Change
by Patrick Brannan, Carroll County Times

Friday, January 13, 2006

Another big win for McDaniel
by Patrick Brannan, Carroll County Times

Stubborn Mules Kick the Terror

by Patrick Brannan, Carroll County Times

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Hoops: How Will McDaniel Finish?
by Bob Blubaugh, Carroll County Times

Monday, January 09, 2006

Terror Trio Earns Honors on the Grid

Three members or the McDaniel College football team's defense were named to the All-South Region Team by Don Hansen of Don Hansen's Football Gazette.

Linebacker Ron Ringgold, defensive back Drew Abbamonte, and lineman Chase Noll, were named to Hansen's mythical squad. All three players had been previously selected for All-Centennial First Team honors, while Ringgold was named to the D3football.com All-South Region Second Team.

Ringgold, a middle linebacker, was named to the region's first team. He recorded 136 tackles, the fifth most prolific season of stops in McDaniel’s football history. His 72 solo tackles represents the fifth best season on record in that category. Amongst his tackles were four sacks. He also forced a fumble and recorded three interceptions and tacked on 77 return yards, 41 of which came on a touchdown return in the win against Ursinus.

Abbamonte, a second team pick in the secondary, was a constant disruption to opponents’ passing game nabbing six passes for 68 return yards. He also broke up 11 passes this season. The junior free safety recorded 82 tackles to finish second on the squad in that category. 51 of his tackles were unassisted efforts with four resulting in a loss of yards.

Noll earned an Honorable Mention after recording a team-high six-sacks from his nose guard position. His sacks resulted in 44 yards of losses for McDaniel’s opposition. He recorded 44 tackles, forced two fumbles and blocked a kick in 2005.

McDaniel finished an injury-riddled season at 5-5. That mark included a pair of overtime losses and a last minute field goal loss at Gettysburg.

Friday, January 06, 2006

Terror in the Land of Magic
The McDaniel College Green Terror men's basketball spent a few days in the sun in Orlando. The Terror took in the sights of Central Florida, found themselves on the floor rubbing elbows with the Magic dancers prior to the Timberwolves-Magc game they took in that evening, and even found time to play a pair of basketball games in the Land of Magic Classic as well.

Battling the flu and a pair of outstanding opponents, McDaniel did not pick up any "W's" on the trip, but from a team perspective, the journey was still a success.

"Our seniors deserved this experience. The experience of extended travel as a team was a first for them," said Head Coach, Bob Flynn. "It was a terrific tournament with plenty of time as a team for 'R & R'."

"The final two days of the trip we were able to hang out together as a team, mostly poolside, and enjoy one another’s company. With a new coach and five freshmen, the opportunity to be together off the court in that type of setting will only strengthen the great chemistry and camaraderie this team already possesses."
David Sinclair's Photography on Web

You've seen him on courstide and on the sidelines. You've seen his work on the web on McDaniel College's site, and on the sites of many of McDaniel's opponents, and that is the tip of the iceberg. You have asked to see more of his work. He obliged.

David Sinclair's photography is now available for viewing and purchase online at his web site, DavidSinclair.org.

This link has been added permanently to the links section on the right hand side of the Green Terror Extra Edition.