McDaniel Women’s Basketball 2005-06 Senior Year

Women’s Basketball 2004-2005
No. Name Class Pos. Ht. Hometown (High School)
5 Robbin Gregg So G 5’2 Oakland, MD (Southern Garrett)
15 Kara Delenick Jr F 5’8 Pottsville, PA (Pottsville Area)
20 Toni Tagliareni Fr G 5’8 Annandale, NJ (North Hunterdon)
21 Sara Franz Sr G 5’5 Catonsville, MD (Seton Keough)
22 Jamie Morningstar Fr G 5’7 Poolesville, MD (Poolesville)
23 Katy Powell Jr G 5’8 Smithsburg, MD (Smithsburg)
24 Heather Thompson Jr F 5’10 Dauphin, PA (Central Dauphin East)
25 Kristy Costa Sr F 5’10 Galloway, NJ (Absegami)
30 Amy Watson Jr F 5’11 Lancaster, PA (Hempfield)
31 Kim Staub Fr F 5’9 Hanover, PA (Delone Catholic)
32 Danny Fraider Fr F 5’10 Newtown Square, PA (Notre Dame Academy)
33 Lauren Wyble Fr F 5’10 Severna Park, MD (Severna Park)
34 Theresa Hess Jr F 6’1 Medford, NJ (Shawnee)
44 Allison Biggs Jr F 5’11 Sykesville, MD (Glenelg)


Catholic University Tip-Off Tourney: McDaniel 75, Baruch 80
Washington, DC — Catholic Sports Information did not furnish any details or statistics to the McDaniel coaching staff on site, or the Sports Information Office at McDaniel. Details will be posted when they become available.

Catholic University Tip-Off Tourney: McDaniel 78, Shenandoah 64
Washington, DC — McDaniel Takes Third at CUA Tip-Off

WASHINGTON, D.C.  Sara Franz scored 14 points to lead McDaniel College (1-1) to a 78-64 win over Shenandoah University (0-2) in the consolation game of the Catholic University Tip-Off Tournament.

McDaniel 80, York 68
Westminster, MD — Franz’s Surge Topples York

Kristy Costa recorded a double-double for the Terror with 17 points and 11 rebounds. Katy Powell scored 13 points, dished out six assists, and recorded three steals for McDaniel.

McDaniel 73, St. Mary’s (Md.) 71
St. Mary’s, Md — Terror Drops Seahawks

The St. Mary’s College women’s basketball team dropped a heartbreaking 73-71 non-conference decision to visiting McDaniel College on Sunday afternoon at the Athletics and Recreation Center Arena. With the win, the Green terror improve to 3-1 overall on the season while the Seahawks fall to 1-3 overall with the loss.

Junior forward Heather Thompson scored a game-high 16 points on 7-of-10 shooting for McDaniel. Franz added 14 points and a game-high seven assists. Biggs added nine points while Costa and Gregg each contributed with eight points for the Green Terror.

McDaniel 62, Dickinson 70
Carlisle, PA — Terror Falls at Dickinson

Dickinson College women’s basketball coach Dina Henry earned her 100th career victory as the Red Devils posted a 70-62 win over McDaniel College. In a rematch of last season’s conference championship, both teams played with the same intensity as in that game in February.

Amy Waston led the Green Terror (3-2, 0-1) with 11 points and six rebounds while Katy Powell added 10.

McDaniel 57, Johns Hopkins 65
Baltimore, MD — Terror Drops Second Straight

A second half, 15-0 Hopkins run iced McDaniel College as the Green Terror women’s team dropped its second straight Centennial Conference game, falling 65-57 at Johns Hopkins. Making her first start of the season, junior Theresa Hess was the only player to score in double digits with 12 points. Eight of her points came in the first half as she seemed to be the only player who could find the basket as McDaniel shot a meager 30 percent from the field.

Kristy Costa was McDaniel’s leading rebounder with 10 boards. Her eight points leave her 46 shy of the 1,000 mark.

McDaniel 72, Gettysburg 69
Westminster, MD — Terror Dodges Bullets, Kristy Costa has Career Night Coming off of one of the worst shooting nights in her career on Tuesday, McDaniel senior Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegami) redeemed herself going eight-for-eight from the field. She scored a career high 28 points to lead McDaniel to its first Centennial Conference win of the season, a 72-69 defeat of Gettysburg. Costa finished her night tied with Amy Watson (Lancaster, PA / Hempfield) for a team high in the rebound column. Each player hauled in seven boards for McDaniel. Besides being perfect from the field, Costa hit on 12-of-15 shots at the line. Her performance moved her to 982 career points, leaving her 18 points shy of becoming the 12th McDaniel women’s player to reach the 1,000-point mark. Costa also recorded three steals, all of which resulted in easy lay-ups. The Bullets turned the ball over 18 times, leading to 26 McDaniel points. Gettysburg was only able to muster 17 points on its 20 gift possessions. McDaniel threatened to run away early taking a 10-point lead midway through the first half. The Terror still held a 10-point advantage with 2:56 left in the first period, but an 8-2 Gettysburg run to the locker room cut McDaniel’s lead to four, 33-29.The Bullets cut into that margin midway through the second half as their three leading scorers, Jen Bengel, Jamie Marshall, and Amy Tarbell began to dominate down low at both ends of the floor. Megan Hartman finally tied it at 46 apiece hitting back-to-back foul shots with 11:09 left in the game.

The teams traded leads, but Gettysburg never managed to put more than four points between itself and the Terror. Trailing 65-62 with three minutes left in the game, McDaniel’s Sara Franz nailed a trey to draw the teams even.

The Green Terror would not fall behind the rest of the way.

Katy Powell (Smithsburg, MD / Smithsburg) connected on a 12-foot jumper with 2:18 left in regulation, and followed that possession with a three-point play that essentially sealed the contest.

The junior attacked the lane from the right side and was fouled on a four-foot jumper. She made good on the free throw to give McDaniel a 70-67 lead. She scored seven of her 12 points in the final three minutes of the game.

Gettysburg cut it back to a one-point game with five seconds to play when Tarbell hit a pair of free throws. The Bullets’ fouled Powell on the inbound pass. She sunk her free throws at the other end for the final score, 72-69.

Bengel threw up a prayer from behind the arc at the buzzer, but her shot rimmed out. She finished the game with double double, leading her team in both points and rebounds with 18 and 12, respectively. Marshall recorded 14 points, and Tarbell accounted for 10 points for the Bullets.

With the win, McDaniel improves to 4-3, 1-2, while Gettysburg slides to 3-4, 2-2. McDaniel returns to action on Saturday at Bryn Mawr

From The Carroll County Times

McDaniel women’s basketball coach Becky Martin was close to putting up posters that said “Missing: Kristy Costa.”

But Costa found herself scoring a career-high 28 points as the Green Terror defeated Gettysburg College 72-69.

“I think I’m just tired of getting fouls and sitting next to coaches on the bench, and hearing them tell me what I had a potential to do,” Costa said.

Costa was a perfect 8-for-8 from the field and 12-of-15 from the free-throw line. She also led McDaniel (4-3, 1-2 Centennial) with seven rebounds.

Her aggressive play helped carry the Terror at times.

“She was awesome tonight,” Katy Powell said. “She got on the break and that’s what gets her going. When she gets out on the fast breaks she’s able to make things happen.

“She was so clutch for us. Had she not played that way it’s a different ballgame.”

Martin said Costa had not been pleased with her play early in the season. She came into the game averaging 9.3 points on 36.5 percent shooting and was battling her own self confidence.

The senior stepped up and helped McDaniel avoid an 0-3 start in conference play.

“She certainly had a breakout game,” Martin said. “I joked with everybody in the locker room postgame, ‘I don’t know where Kristy Costa has been, but welcome back.’ ”

Still it took same late heroics from Powell to lift the Terror past the Bullets (3-4, 2-2). She finished with 12 points, five of which came in the final 20 seconds.

With the game tied at 67, Powell drove into the lane drew a foul and hit a jumper while falling down. She sank the free throw to give McDaniel a 70-67 lead.

Amy Tarbell hit two free throws for the Bullets with seven seconds remaining. Powell was fouled on the in-bounds and sank both free throws.

Jennifer Bengel – who led Gettysburg with 18 points – got off a last-second 3-pointer, but her shot rimmed out giving McDaniel the win.

After opening the conference with two road games, the Terror were eager to get a victory in their final home game of 2005.

“We feel comfortable here,” Powell said. “We really wanted to get ourselves on a good roll starting with this game.”

Costa’s performance was critical as leading scorer Sara Franz was held to four points.

Gettysburg held a 59-55 lead with six minutes to play. Costa got a steal and converted the layup.

After the teams traded baskets she had another steal, and hit one of two free throws to pull McDaniel within one at 61-60 with 4:46 remaining.

“We need different people to step up,” Martin said. “We certainly needed it tonight. The crowd enjoyed it, we enjoyed it and I guarantee she enjoyed it.”


McDaniel 79, Bryn Mawr 41
Bryn Mawr, PA — Terror Rolls on Bryn Mawr

Sara Franz (Catonsville, MD / Seton Keough) nailed a three pointer on McDaniel’s opening possession, and the Terror never looked back in cruising to a 79-41 Centennial Conference women’s basketball win at Bryn Mawr on Saturday.

Heather Thompson (Dauphin, PA / C.D. East) led McDaniel with 15 points and four steals. Franz scored 11 for McDaniel to go along with her six assists and four steals. Kara Delenick (Pottsville, PA /Pottsville Area) was the Terror’s leading rebounder with 9 boards in the game.

The Green Terror goes on a finals week hiatus until Saturday when McDaniel returns to the Philadelphia area to take on Gwynedd Mercy.

McDaniel 78, Gwynedd-Mercy 72
Gwynedd Village, PA — Costa Nets 1,000th in McDaniel’s Third Straight Win From GMC Sports Information. Gwynedd-Mercy had their five-game win streak snapped as McDaniel prevailed in a 78-72 win in non-conference action Saturday afternoon. The Green Terror’s Kristy Costa hit the go-ahead bucket off a steal with 34 seconds remaining right after the Griffins tied the game at 72-72 on a three-pointer from senior Jillian Chiarantona. Costa, who finished with 13 points and notched her 1,000th career point earlier in the game, was one of five McDaniel (6-3) players to finish in double figures. Chiarantona led Gwynedd (6-2) with 16 points while sophomores Karen Tierney added 14 and Beccie Strohecker 11, respectively. The Griffins found themselves in a hole in the first half, down 16-4 at the midway point, but slowly climbed back. A 12-4 stretch to close the stanza enabled GMC to come within 26-24 at the break. Gwynedd stayed within striking distance in the second half as the teams battled. After McDaniel went up 66-58 with 5:01 to play, the Griffins pushed back to tie it at 69-69 on a layup from Chiarantona with just under three minutes to go.After Costa’s go-ahead bucket, the Green Terror iced the contest hitting all four of its attempts from the free-throw line.

Theresa Hess and Heather Thompson each netted 15 points each to lead McDaniel. Hess added a game-high 12 boards as MC held a 42-30 rebound edge.

McDaniel will remain idle until after the holidays. The Green Terror returns to action at home against Lebanon Valley on January 4th.

Editor’s Note: I have made several unsuccessful attempts over a period of two hours to include this story on the front page of the College’s Athletics site. Unfortunately, due to a database error occurring within the site’s programming, it is not possible to place this story on the front page of the Athletics site where it belongs. Hopefully, this issue will be resolved when the world returns to normal business hours on Monday. Its absence from that page in no way reflects the gravity of the accomplishment. On behalf of the Athletics Department, I offer my sincerest apologies — and congratulations — to Kristy Costa and her family.

-Steve Peed, Sports Information Director

McDaniel 90, Lebanon Valley 78
Westminster, MD — Terror Takes Advantage of Turnovers

Kristy Costa(Galloway, NJ / Absegami) was McDaniel’s leading scorer with 18 points. She also recorded 6 rebounds, 5 assists, and 4 steals in the win. Katy Powell (Smithsburg, MD / Smithsburg) was credited with 16 points, 4 assists and 4 steals, while Theresa Hess (Medford, NJ / Shawnee) finished up with a 13 point, 12 rebound double-double.

McDaniel 67, Gettysburg 64
Gettysburg, PA — Costa and Powell Power Terror Win

Costa and Powell Power Win at Gettysburg

Kristy Costa scored 21 points and gathered seven rebounds to lead McDaniel to a 67-64 win over Gettysburg on Saturday.

Kristy Costa scored 21 points and a gathered a team-high seven rebounds while Katy Powell tossed in 19 to lead McDaniel College to a 67-64 win at Gettysurg to complete a season sweep of the Bullets.

Costa, who tallied a career high of 28 points in the same tilt earlier this season, broke out of a four-game slump with 6-of-12 shooting from the field, and a 9-of-11 effort at the charity stripe. She closed on 5-of-6 shots in the second half, and her free throws included a pair in the final 1:05, stretching McDaniel’s lead to three on each occasion. Both of her misses at the line came in that same stretch.

McDaniel 78, Franklin & Marshall 52
Westminster, MD — Fast Start Stops F&M

The Franklin & Marshall women’s basketball team did little more than get in the way as McDaniel College steamrolled its way to a 78-52 win over the Diplomats Tuesday evening.

McDaniel utilized a balanced offense that saw four players score in double figures. Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegami) led all McDaniel scorers with 15 points. Katy Powell (Smithsburg, MD / Smithsburg) recorded 11 points, five rebounds, five assists, four blocks, and a pair of steals in the win.

McDaniel 90, Haverford 61
Haverford, PA — Team Effort Topples Fords; Thompson Returns to the Lineup

McDaniel 60, Dickinson 65
Westminster, MD — Terror Drops to the Devils

Ally Teatom (Darien, CT / Darien) scored a game high 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Dickinson to a 65-60 win over McDaniel Tuesday evening. The Red Devils victory completed Dickinson’s first season sweep of McDaniel since the 1993-1994 season, and was their first win at the Gill Center since 1996.

McDaniel 82, Swarthmore 70
Westminster, MD — Terror Rolls Garnet Tide

The Terror was hot right out of the gate, opening up an 11-0 lead to start the game. Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegami) pulled down five rebounds and scored seven points to lead McDaniel’s first half effort.

McDaniel 56, Johns Hopkins 74
Westminster, MD — Hopkins Thumps Terror

The Terror was unable to solve Hopkins’ defense, which held McDaniel to its second lowest night of offensive production this season. The Blue Jays held McDaniel to 57 points in this season’s previous meeting.McDaniel got 16 points and four rebounds from Katy Powell (Smithsburg, MD / Smithsburg), and 11 points from Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegami), but shot a meager 35.3 percent from the field

McDaniel 95, Franklin & Marshall 85
Lancaster, PA —Costa’s Career High Delivers a McDaniel Win

Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegmi) turned in the third best scoring effort in the history of McDaniel College women’s basketball to lead her team to a 95-85 win at Franklin & Marshall. The senior foward dropped 34 points on her hosts hitting 12 of 14 shots fom the field, and 10 of her 13 shots at the line. She also gathered a team-high six rebounds.

McDaniel entered this evening’s game in desperate need of a win to provide a small margin of error heading into the finfinal days of the regular season. A loss would have forced McDaniel to produce wins in both of their final games, including a road trip to Allentown to face nationally ranked Muhlenberg on Thursday.

Costa’s effort matched the 34 points scored by her current head coach, Becky Martin, who hit that total twice during the 1979-1980 season. Costa came up five points shy of Martin’s school record of 39 points, and two points shy of Katie Haley’s 36 points back on January 30, 1997.

Her 34 points represent a career high, as well as her first foray into the 30’s in the points column. The 30 point barrier has only been topped 18 times prior in the teams’ recorded history dating back to the 1920’s.

The win improved McDaniel’s season mark to 17-6, 11-5, while the Diplomats fell to 9-15, 6-11. The Terror returns to action on Thursday evening at Muhlenberg before wrapping up the season with Washington at home on Saturday. McDaniel must one at least one of those two games to earn the right to defend its back-to-back Centennial Conference Championships.

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Kristy Costa Named to the Team of the Week
STERLING, Va. — McDaniel College senior forward Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegami) was named to the Team of the Week. Costa averaged 24 points, 6.3 rebounds and three steals in only 24 minutes a game for the Green Terror last week. In a 95-85 win over Franklin & Marshall, she finished with a career-high 34 points on 12-of-14 shooting from the field. She finished with a double-double (20 points and 10 rebounds) in a tough 64-61 road loss to No. 17 Muhlenberg. Costa capped the week with 18 points, four steals and three rebounds in 20 minutes in a 84-47 rout of Washington College. On the week she shot 27-for-41 from the floor (65.9%) and 18-for-22 from the charity stripe (81.8%).The 2005-2006 season is the 12th season has been on the Web, and is generally regarded as the official Division III information clearinghouse by Sports Information Directors, who provide much of the site’s content. The current staff has been running the site for nine Women’s Team of the Week

G-Natalie Moyer, So, Coast Guard

G-Kim Thompson, Sr., Staten Island

F-Staci Humphrey, Jr., Greensboro

F-Kristy Costa Sr., McDaniel

C/F-Danielle Gallagher, So, Hood

McDaniel Pair Earns All-Conference
LANCASTER, Pa. — Two McDaniel College women’s basketball players were named to the All-Centennial Conference Second Team on Tuesday afternoon. Senior forward Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegami) appeared on the All-Centennial Team for the second-straight season, while junior guard, Katy Powell (Smithsburg, MD / Smithsburg) picked up the All-Conference label for the first time in her career.Costa averaged 12.8 points and 5.5 rebounds per game during the regular season, leading the team in both categories. Those numbers increased to 13.4 points and 5.8 rebounds per game in Centennial Conference play. She shot .514 from the field this season, nailing 114-of-222 field goals. She was third on the team in minutes played, averaging 21.7 minutes per game during the regular season.Powell averaged 11.6 points per game, and led the team in assists with 89 dimes through the regular season. Her 42 steals rank second on the team in that category, as do her 16 blocked shots. Powell’s 694 minutes and 27.8 minutes per game lead McDaniel.In addition to her All-Centennial status, Powell was named to the Conference’s Academic honor roll. The Biology major’s grade point average is well in excess of the 3.4 required for consideration. Players named to the Academic Honor Roll must also be a starter or key reserve to be nominated.

Powell was one of four players on the All-Centennial team to attain Academic Honor Roll status.

The Green Terror finished the regular season at 18-7, 12-6, and will face Gettysburg on Wednesday evening in Westminster in the opening round of the Centennial Conference playoffs. McDaniel will defend its back-to-back Centennial Conference Championships, and try to earn a fourth in five years, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the campus’ Gill Center.

Centennial Conference Championships : McDaniel 79, Gettysburg 63
Westminster, MD — Terror Advances to CC Semis

Katy Powell (Smithsburg, MD / Smithsburg) and Jen Bengel traded buckets all night, but Powell’s McDaniel Green Terror prevailed in the opening round of the Centennial Conference Women’s Basketball Championship on Wednesday night. McDaniel’s junior guard scored a career 25-points to lead McDaniel to a 79-63 win over Gettysburg.

The junior had not previously reached the 20-point plateau in her career.

McDaniel led for 37:49 of the game, seizing the lead for good on a pair of Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegami – pictured) free throws that gave the Terror a 4-2 lead.

Franz finished the game with 14 points and six rebounds. Watson also grabbed six boards. Costa recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds. McDaniel outworked the Bullets 40-30 on the glass and turned 15 offensive boards into a 22-5 edge in second chance points.

Centennial Conference Semifinals : McDaniel 55, Muhlenberg 56
Allentown, PA

#15 Muhlenberg saw two players attain double-doubles as the Centennial’s top seed squeaked out a 56-55 overtime win over two-time defending champ McDaniel in the women’s conference semifinals Saturday afternoon. The Mules (24-2) will host Johns Hopkins in Sunday’s Championship finals, the first Conference finals without McDaniel (19-8) in uniform since the 2001 championship.

Lauren Boyle posted 19 points and 10 rebounds for Muhlenberg, while Meghan Courtney chipped in with 13 points and 13 rebounds. The Mules got 12 points from Kristen Piscadlo.

Muhlenberg’s defense limited McDaniel to just 30.2 percent shooting in the game, and held the Terror to its lowest first half point total this season to take a 29-19 lead into the break. McDaniel’s previous low, 22 first half points, came against Muhlenberg in a loss earlier this month.

The win was Muhlenberg’s third over McDaniel this season, and the second win by one point. Muhlenberg’s other win came by a three-point margin.

McDaniel managed to outscore its hosts 32-22 in the second half with Heather Thompson (Dauphin, PA / C.D. East) scoring 11 of her team-high 16 points in the period. Her pair of free throws with 7.8 seconds remaining in the game forced the extra period.

McDaniel took its first lead of the game with 3:46 left in overtime on an Allison Biggs (Sykesville, MD / Glenelg) lay-up. She finished the game with 12 points.

55 seconds later, a Courtney lay-up put the Mules back in front for good. A Katy Powell (Smithsburg, MD / Smithsburg) turnover and a Thompson foul sent Boyle to the line for the Mules. Her pair gave Muhlenberg a 56-53 lead with 2:13 left in the extra period. Kristy Costa (Galloway, NJ / Absegami) got the Terror within one, 56-55 on the following possession.

No one scored over the final 1:50, but McDaniel had a chance at the buzzer. Powell blocked a Piscadlo jumper with 11 seconds remaining, and Biggs secured the rebound for the Terror with eight ticks on the clock. McDaniel pushed up the floor, but struggled to find an open shot. Amy Watson (Lancaster, PA / Hempfield) threw up a 15 foot prayer from just left of the key. Her shot caught the side of the iron at the buzzer.

The loss drops McDaniel’s record to 19-8, while Muhlenberg improves to 24-2. The Terror will await word from the ECAC to see if its season is extended.

1st 2nd OT Final
McDaniel 19 32 4 55
Muhlenberg 29 22 5 56

ECAC First Round: McDaniel 70, Catholic 60
Washington, DC —Terror Advances in ECAC ChampionshipsFrom CUA Sports InformationMaria Rojas scored 17 points, but the Cardinals produced 30 turnovers as McDaniel advanced to the ECAC semifinals with a 70-60 win over Catholic University on Wednesday.CUA (19-9) received double figures in scoring from Kristen Linderoth (11 points) and Shannon Mertz (12 points) while freshman Liz Koruda, starting in her first game, added nine points. After leading 26-19 at halftime, the Green Terror went on a 17-1 run in the first 10 minutes of the second half to take a 48-31 lead. The Cardinals got as close as seven points with five minutes remining, but McDaniel was a perfect 6-for-6 at the free throw line down the stretch to put the game out of reach. Katy Powell led McDaniel with 17 points with Sara Franz scoring 15 points and Kristy Costa adding 12.

1st 2nd Final
McDaniel 26 44 70
Catholic 19 41 60

ECAC Semifinals : McDaniel 60, Pitt-Greensburg 67
Greensburg, PA —From Pitt-Greensburg Sports InformationThe Pitt-Greensburg Women’s Basketball played a dominant second-half to surge past McDaniel College and into the ECAC Championship game. After trailing by one point at the half, the Bobcats jumped all over the Green Terror, and outscored McDaniel by eight in the second frame to win 67-60. With the win, the Bobcats improved to 23-6, while McDaniel fell to 20-9. The 23 wins in a season ties the school record for most in a season by theBobcats, which was set by the 2002-2003 team.The Green Terror shot the lights out in the first half, connecting on over 53% from the field, but went cold in the second, only hitting on 27% of their shots. They did out rebound the Bobcats 48-26, but it was not enough to offset the 22 turnovers they committed. The Bobcats hit on 44% of their shots, and only turned the ball over 13 times against McDaniel’s press, in what proved to a be a major difference. Pacing Pitt-Greensburg was senior guard Teya Minor who posted 18 points, and made a number of remarkable offensive plays. She also contributed eight rebounds, five assists, and five steals. Nicole Reiser posted 14 points off the bench, and Tish Hines added 11 points and seven boards.

McDaniel was led by Kristy Costa who posted 18 points and nine rebounds. Amy Watson posted eight points and a game-high 10 boards.

Pitt-Greensburg now advanced to the ECAC Championship game tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 PM. They will face off against Johns Hopkins University, who defeated Dickinson College in the other semi-final game. The game will be hosted by Pitt-Greensburg.

1st 2nd Final
McDaniel 35 25 60
Pitt-Greensburg 34 33 67


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