F&M Shuts Out McDanielFranklin and Marshall visited McDaniel on Wednesday afternoon for Centennial Conference (CC) women’s tennis action, tallying a dominant 9-0 victory.
No. 3 Franklin & Marshall Downs No. 5 Middlebury in OvertimeGabby Frank buried a pass from Maddie Hughes 45 seconds into overtime to lift No. 3 Franklin & Marshall to a 9-8 victory over No. 5 Middlebury on Wednesday evening. The win is the seventh straight for F&M as the Diplomats improved to 7-1 while Middlebury, the defending National Champions, dropped to 6-2.
Diplomats Dominate McDanielFranklin & Marshall men’s tennis continued Centennial Conference (CC) play on Wednesday afternoon by visiting McDaniel, rolling to a 9-0 victory on the road.
Diplomats End No. 13 Gettysburg CC StreakFranklin & Marshall downed No. 13 Gettysburg 11-9 in Centennial Conference (CC) men’s lacrosse action Wednesday afternoon. F&M improved to 6-2, 2-0 CC while the Bullets dropped to 5-4, 1-1 CC. The F&M victory snapped Gettysburg’s 22-game CC win streak.
F&M Women’s Golf 2017 Season PreviewFranklin & Marshall’s women’s golf team is set to open the spring portion of its schedule this Sunday, heading across town to compete at the Millersville Invitational.
F&M To Host York, HaverfordNonconference action continues on Thursday when F&M hosts its home opener against York. The Diplomats own a tenuous 24-23 lead in the all-time series, which includes a split in last year’s doubleheader.
Two CC Games on the Slate for Men's Lacrosse - Week 7 Game NotesF&M starts out the week with a showdown against Gettysburg on Wednesday. The Bullets hold a 38-22 lead in the series, including the last two with F&M’s last victory occurring in 2014. The Diplomats take on Haverford on Saturday for the 31st time. F&M owns a 20-10 series record with three straight wins.
CC Opener Ahead for F&MFranklin & Marshall’s game against Messiah, originally scheduled for a 3:30 p.m. start on Tuesday at Clipper Magazine Stadium, was postponed due to inclement weather. The game was moved to Caplan Field on Thursday at 3:30 p.m.
Rogers Earns POTW NodFranklin & Marshall’s Sean Rogers was named the Centennial Conference Men’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week, announced by the conference on Monday. The honor is the first of the year for Rogers, and the fourth of the season for the Diplomats.
Harrington Garners CC Defensive POTW HonorsFranklin & Marshall’s Danielle Harrington was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Defensive Player of the Week for women’s lacrosse, announced by the league office on Monday. The honor is the second of the season for Harrington.
Lewis Named CC Field Athlete of the WeekFranklin & Marshall’s Logan Lewis was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Men’s Field Athlete of the Week, announced on Monday by the conference office. The honor is the first of the season for Lewis.
Messiah Game Moved to ThursdayFranklin & Marshall’s non-conference baseball game against Messiah, originally scheduled for Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. was postponed due to inclement weather in the forecast.
Wolters Named CC Tennis POTWFranklin & Marshall’s Allison Wolters was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Player of the Week for women’s tennis, announced by the league office on Monday. The honor was the first of Wolters’ career and the second straight week for a member of the Diplomats.
Diplomats Upend Sea GullsNo. 4 Franklin & Marshall defeated No. 10 Salisbury 8-4 in women’s lacrosse action Sunday afternoon. The win is the sixth straight as the Diplomats improved to 6-1 while Salisbury dropped to 7-3.
Diplomats Start Spring with McDaniel Invite ChampionshipThree Diplomats fired a 154 to deliver Franklin & Marshall the team title at the 2017 McDaniel Spring Invitational. F&M finished with a two-round total 622 at the Bridges Golf Club to take first out of 18 teams over the weekend. Rosemont was second at 625 followed by the host, McDaniel, at 630.
F&M Falls to No. 21 Mary WashingtonFranklin & Marshall visited Mary Washington on Sunday for nonconference men?s tennis action, dropping a 7-2 decision to the 21st-ranked Eagles.
F&M Third at Little ThreeFranklin and Marshall women's track and field hosted Gettysburg and Dickinson on Saturday afternoon for the Little Three Meet. The Diplomats recorded several victories, including two relays, ultimately finishing third with 88 total points.
Diplomats Dominate Field Events, Secure Second at Little ThreeLogan Lewis and A.J. Bates both captured multiple victories for Franklin and Marshall on Saturday at the Little Three meet, pushing the Diplomats to a second-place finish as a team. F&M totaled 146 points, just 4.5 points back of meet winners Dickinson (150.5).
Diplomats Beat Down BearsFranklin & Marshall men’s tennis hosted Ursinus on Saturday afternoon for its home and Centennial Conference (CC) opener, recording an 8-1 victory over the Bears.
McDaniel Takes Two From F&MFranklin & Marshall visited McDaniel on Saturday afternoon for both teams’ Centennial Conference (CC) opener, dropping a pair of games by scores of 13-5 and 7-0. The Diplomats fell to 2-10, 0-2 CC with the defeats, while the Green Terror improved to 8-8, 2-0 CC.
Diplomats Ease by SwarthmoreNo. 4 Franklin & Marshall defeated Swarthmore 13-5 in Centennial Conference (CC) women’s lacrosse action Saturday afternoon. The Diplomats improved to 5-1, 1-0 CC while Swarthmore fell to 5-1, 0-1 CC.
Diplomats Cruise in CC OpenerIn their home and Centennial Conference (CC) opener, Franklin & Marshall’s women’s tennis team put on a show, sweeping Ursinus by a 9-0 score on Saturday afternoon at Brooks Tennis Center.
Diplomats Swept by No. 17 TCNJFranklin & Marshall battled but was unable to match the offensive firepower of one of the nation's top teams, falling by scores of 10-5 and 9-1 against No. 17 TCNJ in a non-conference baseball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon.n.
Varsity 8+ Boat Secures Fourth in Grand FinalFranklin & Marshall’s women's First Varsity 8+ boat registered a fourth-place finish out of 13 total competitors on Saturday at the 35th Memorial Murphy Cup Regatta on the Schuylkill River. Three boats competed in the event for the Diplomats.
Diplomats Continue Spring at Murphy CupA pair of Varsity 8+ boats took to the water for Franklin & Marshall’s men’s rowing team on Saturday at the 35th Memorial Murphy Cup Regatta on the Schuylkill River.
Rogers Leads F&M Past GarnetSean Rogers tallied seven goals and handed out an assist to lead Franklin & Marshall to a 15-9 victory over Swarthmore in Centennial Conference (CC) action on Saturday afternoon. The Diplomats picked up their fifth-straight win and improved to 5-2, 1-0 CC while the Garnet fell to 5-3, 0-1 CC.
F&M Visits McDaniel for CC OpenerFranklin & Marshall visits McDaniel for the Centennial Conference (CC) openers for both teams. The Green Terror own a 48-22 edge in the previous 70 meetings between the schools, and have won four straight against the Diplomats dating back to 2014.
F&M Opens CC Action By Visiting SwarthmoreFranklin & Marshall opens Centennial Conference (CC) play on Saturday, visiting Swarthmore in the only game of the week. The Diplomats own a 43-15 advantage in the all-time series, and have beaten the Garnet in six straight contests dating back to 2009.
F&M Holds Off Late Elizabethtown RallyFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team held off an Elizabethtown rally to down the Blue Jays by a 5-3 score in non-conference competition on Thursday afternoon.
2017 F&M Men’s Golf Season PreviewFranklin & Marshall’s men’s golf team will open the spring portion of its 2017 schedule this weekend at the two-day McDaniel Spring Invitational, taking place at the Bridges Golf Club in Abbottstown. The Diplomats are looking to build off a strong fall campaign and are coming off a year that saw F&M extend its run of continued dominance in the Centennial Conference (CC).
Diplomats Travel to Face Etown, No. 17 TCNJFranklin & Marshall is set to meet with Elizabethtown on Thursday for the 65th time in a series that dates back to 1947. The Diplomats won last year’s game by a 4-1 score, breaking a five-contest losing streak in the series.
Season in Review: 2016-17 F&M WrestlingA young Franklin & Marshall wrestling lineup gained valuable experience through a grueling dual meet schedule that saw the Diplomats face some of the toughest competition the nation had to offer. When the season came to a close, F&M garnered several significant wins to finish with a 4-9 overall record.