Franklin & Marshall’s David Iacobucci was named to both the D3baseball.com and the ABCA/Rawlings Mid-Atlantic All-Region Second Teams, announced on Tuesday. The honors are each the first of Iacobucci’s career.
Franklin & Marshall freshman Rachel Wylie qualified for the 2017 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships, marking the eighth straight year F&M has been represented at the meet. Wylie will compete in the 400-meter hurdles when the Championships begin on Thursday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio.
Franklin & Marshall’s No. 5 women’s lacrosse team notched a pair of goals in a furious, final-minute comeback bid during Saturday’s NCAA Sweet 16 matchup against No. 10 Trinity, but fell just short by a narrow 13-12 score.
Franklin & Marshall’s Brad Lankler threatened for an Individual Title at Friday’s final round of the 2017 NCAA DIII Men’s Golf Championship, ending the 72-hole tournament with a 291 total (71-74-72-74) to record the best finish of his career at fifth place.
Three members of the No. 5 Franklin & Marshall women’s lacrosse team were named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWCLA) All-America Team announced Friday. Vanessa Budd and Paige Moriarty both earned First Team honors, while Sarah Bozzo landed on the Third Team.
Franklin & Marshall’s Brad Lankler continued his historic run at the 2017 NCAA Division III Men’s Golf Championship by carding a 72 on Thursday, moving to one over through three rounds, a mark that places him tied for first heading into tomorrow’s final day of competition.
Franklin & Marshall wrapped up competition at the ECAC Division III Men's Track and Field Championship, held at Westfield State University in Massachusetts. A pair of Diplomats secured third-place finishes to pace a total of three Diplomats who competed at the event.
Franklin & Marshall concluded action on Thursday at the final day of the ECAC Division III Women’s Track and Field Championship, held at Westfield State University in Massachusetts. The Diplomats registered a gold and a bronze in three total events.
A total of 29 Franklin & Marshall College student-athletes, representing seven sports, earned a spot on the 2017 Centennial Conference (CC) Spring Academic Honor Roll, announced by the league office on Thursday.
Franklin & Marshall’s Stephen Colodny was named a Division III Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholar, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). The honor is the second consecutive of Colodny’s career.
Franklin & Marshall shaved five strokes off its day one total but narrowly missed out on making the 18-team cut at the 2017 NCAA DIII Men’s Golf Championship, finishing the tournament in 20th place with a 621 (313-308).
Franklin & Marshall’s Stephen Colodny, Brad Lankler, and Ben Mitchell all garnered a spot on the 2017 Division III Ping Mid-Atlantic All-Region Team, announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA). Colodny and Lanker earned the honor for the third straight year, while Mitchell was named to the team for the first time.
Franklin & Marshall junior Logan Lewis was named Centennial Conference (CC) Outstanding Field Performer on Wednesday by the conference office. The award marks Lewis’ second time being recognized by the CC after earning Rookie of the Year honors in 2015.
Franklin & Marshall head wrestling coach Mike Rogers announced the Diplomats’ incoming freshman class. The 11-member group is one of Rogers’ most geographically diverse and features four from New Jersey, two from Pennsylvania, and one each from New Hampshire, New York, Virginia, California, and Massachusetts.
Franklin & Marshall takes on Trinity for the third consecutive season in the NCAA Tournament. Each of the last two year’s matchups occurred in the Final Four, with the Bantams reaching the Finals and ending the Diplomats’ season with wins of 11-6 in 2015 and 6-2 in 2016.
Franklin & Marshall’s Alyssa Ward and Rachel Wylie were recognized by the Centennial Conference (CC) for their outstanding performances at the Conference Championships from May 5-7. Ward was named Field Performer of the Year, while Wylie earned Rookie Performer of the Year honors.
The Franklin & Marshall men’s and women’s soccer teams are both headed to South Africa this month; one program is continuing a decade-long tradition, while the other is undertaking the trip for the first time. The itineraries will center around the Christopher T. Campbell Memorial Field in Khayelitsha, which is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
Franklin & Marshall’s Brad Lankler carded a 71 to tie for fourth place out of 215 competitors in round one of the 2017 NCAA DIII Championship, being held at the par-72, 6,844-yard El Campeon Golf Course in Florida.
Franklin & Marshall is prepared to take part in its fourth-straight NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championships this week when the 2017 Tournament opens action on Tuesday. The four-day, 72-hole event will be held at Mission Inn Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. from May 16-19.
Franklin & Marshall saw its softball season end in the NCAA Regionals on Sunday afternoon, dropping a 3-1 decision to No. 18 Randolph-Macon. The Diplomats closed out their season with a 17-23 record and the program’s first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
A five-run third inning proved to be enough for top-ranked Virginia Wesleyan, defeating an upset-minded Franklin & Marshall team 5-0 on Saturday afternoon in the first game of the NCAA Division III Softball Tournament for both teams. The Diplomats fell to 17-22 on the year, while the Marlins improved to 44-2 with the win.
Franklin & Marshall sent a limited number of athletes to Georgian Court on Friday, looking to improve on season bests heading into further postseason competition after last weekend’s Centennial Conference (CC) Championships.
Five members of Franklin & Marshall’s women’s lacrosse team were named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWCLA) All-Metro Region Team announced Friday. Vanessa Budd, Paige Moriarty, Maddie Hughes and Sarah Bozzo landed on the First Team, while Gabby Frank garnered Second Team honors.
Jack Rothman, Zack Levin, and Inigo Flores were all recognized on the All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team for men?s tennis, announced Friday by the conference office. Rothman and Flores earned First Team honors for doubles, while Rothman and Levin both landed on the Second Team for singles.