McDaniel coach out after 19 consecutive losses

More news about: McDaniel
McDaniel athletics file photo

McDaniel coach Mike Hoyt is out after four seasons at the helm of the Green Terror. McDaniel was 0-10 this past season and 3-37 under Hoyt's tenure.

Hoyt, a former Albright assistant coach, was hired in 2012 to replace Tim Keating, who had won 110 games at the school, but had two two-win seasons and a 1-9 year in his last five in Westminster, Md. Hoyt was unable to turn the program around.

The college provided a statement quoting athletic director Paul Moyer: “Mike’s commitment to our students and his personal involvement in preparing them to be leaders, not only on the field but in life after college, has been of great importance to our athletes. He will be especially missed by our student-athletes for his personal dedication and one-on-one mentoring. We thank him for that service.”

The Green Terror struggled over the past four seasons and have lost their last 19 games, dating to a Sept. 5, 2014, win at Catholic.

Dec. 14: All times Eastern
at Mary Hardin-Baylor 24, Mount Union 16
@ Woodforest Bank Stadium; Shenandoah, Texas
Box Score Recap Photos
Dec. 8: All times Eastern
at Mary Hardin-Baylor 31, UW-Whitewater 14
Box Score Recap Photos
at Mount Union 28, Johns Hopkins 20
Video Box Score Recap Photos
Maintenance in progress.