Baseball Game Moved to ElizabethtownFranklin & Marshall’s non-conference baseball game against Elizabethtown, originally set to take place in Lancaster on Thursday at 4:00 p.m., was moved to Elizabethtown’s campus due to poor field conditions.
Daley Earns CC Player of the Week HonorFranklin & Marshall’s Tyler Daley was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Baseball Player of the Week, announced by the league office on Monday. The honor is the second of Daley’s career and the first for a Diplomat this season.
Iacobucci, Diplomats Down D’YouvilleDavid Iacobucci went a perfect 5-for-5 to help Franklin & Marshall's baseball team put the finishing touches on its Florida Spring Break trip with a commanding 17-2 bashing of D'Youville on Sunday afternoon.
Baseball Earns Split Against CentralFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team registered a 1-1 split against Central (Iowa) on Saturday afternoon by suffering a 2-0 loss in the opener and rebounding with a 12-5 decision in the nightcap.
Androconis K’s 13 as Diplomats Win AgainMike Androconis struck out a career-high 13 batters as Franklin & Marshall’s baseball team improved to a perfect 7-0 on its Florida Spring Break trip with a 7-3 win against Gordon on Friday.
F&M Continues to Roll in FloridaA six-run fourth inning propelled the Franklin & Marshall baseball team to its sixth consecutive win on its Florida Spring Break trip with a 10-6 victory against Roger Williams on Thursday afternoon.
Diplomats Tally 29 Runs in Rout of StocktonFranklin & Marshall's baseball team had a game for the ages on Tuesday, tallying the most runs by a Diplomat team in 46 years, with an incredible 29-15 win against Stockton in Florida.
F&M Takes Two From Ripon; Program Earns 1,000th WinFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team continued its strong start to the team’s Florida spring break trip with its second doubleheader sweep in a row, downing Ripon by scores of 6-1 and 6-3 on Monday afternoon.
Diplomats Open Spring Break With a SweepStarting pitcher Mike Androconis tossed a game one gem and Franklin & Marshall’s offense dominated game two as the Diplomats swept Fitchburg St. by scores of 6-0 and 13-4 to open their Florida Spring Break trip on Sunday afternoon.
Daylight Runs Out on F&M Comeback BidFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team stormed all the way back from a six-run deficit to take a one-run lead in the top of the eighth, however, the frame was unable to be completed due to darkness, forcing the score to revert back to the end of the seventh inning and resulting in a tough 9-6 loss (7 innings) against Arcadia on Tuesday.
Diplomats Travel to Arcadia Before Spring Break TripF&M and Arcadia square off for the third straight season on Tuesday, with the Diplomats looking to build on a 2-0 record in the series. Last year, F&M’s offense produced a five-run third inning that propelled the Diplomats to a 7-5 win in their home opener on March 22.
Salisbury Too Much for F&MFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team dropped a 10-0 non-conference contest to Salisbury, who received votes in the latest national poll, on Saturday afternoon.
Diplomats Undone By GeneralsA three-run seventh inning broke a 3-3 tie and ultimately dealt Franklin & Marshall’s baseball team a hard-fought 7-3 loss to Washington & Lee in non-conference competition on Sunday.
F&M Picks Up Split on Opening DayFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team defeated Washington & Lee by a 9-5 score in its season opener on the road Saturday, before a late innings rally from the Generals dealt the Diplomats an 11-6 loss in the nightcap.
Baseball Saturday Start Time Moved to 2:00 PMFranklin & Marshall baseball’s season-opening doubleheader against Washington & Lee on the road tomorrow, originally scheduled for a 12:00 p.m. start, was moved to 2:00 p.m. due to a forecast of thunderstorms in the area.
2017 F&M Baseball Season PreviewFranklin & Marshall’s 2017 baseball team has its eye on a return to the Centennial Conference (CC) Postseason after narrowly missing out on the tournament from a year ago. The Diplomats’ regular season opens this weekend with a three-game series against Washington & Lee, a team who received votes in the latest national poll, beginning with a doubleheader on Saturday at 12:00 p.m.
Luke Added to Baseball StaffFranklin & Marshall baseball coach Ryan Horning named Ryan Luke as an assistant on the Diplomats’ coaching staff for the upcoming season. Luke replaces Nate Mulberg who is now a member of the Bucknell University baseball coaching staff.
Season in Review: 2016 BaseballFacing off against Division III's No. 19 ranked strength of schedule, Franklin & Marshall’s baseball team concluded the 2016 campaign with a 16-20-1, 7-10-1 CC record and was in contention for a conference playoff spot up until the final week of the regular season.
Three Diplomats Named to All-CC Baseball TeamThree Franklin & Marshall baseball players were named to the 2016 All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team, announced by the league office on Tuesday. Reliever Andrew Mascis and outfielder David Iacobucci garnered first team accolades while starting pitcher Mike Androconis landed on the second team.
Diplomats Win, Tie Garnet to Close SeasonFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team wrapped up its regular season on Saturday with a 5-4 win in game one of a Centennial Conference (CC) doubleheader against Swarthmore before playing to its first tie since 2010 with a 3-3 (13 innings) decision in the nightcap.
F&M Falls to Fords in ExtrasDown by a run in the bottom of the 12th inning, Franklin & Marshall’s baseball team loaded the bases with one out but was unable to get the tying run across the plate, falling to Haverford by a narrow 3-2 score on Friday afternoon at Caplan Field.
Diplomats Aim for Successful FinishF&M closes out its regular season this week with a trio of games including its final home tilt against Haverford on Friday. The Fords earned a 6-4 win against the Diplomats on Monday afternoon but F&M owns the all-time series at 51-32-1 dating back to 1916.
Haverford Hangs on Against F&MFranklin & Marshall’s ninth-inning rally fell just short in a tough 6-4 loss against Haverford in Centennial Conference (CC) baseball action on Monday afternoon.
Diplomats Split with Red DevilsFranklin & Marshall’s offense was dominant in a 14-8 game one victory over Dickinson on Saturday afternoon before the Red Devils broke a late tie with a pair of runs in the seventh en route to a 6-4 win in the nightcap to earn a series split in Centennial Conference (CC) baseball competition.
F&M Falls to Shoremen in Clipper Magazine StadiumFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team dropped a 13-2 contest against Washington College on Thursday afternoon at Clipper Magazine Stadium, home of the Lancaster Barnstormers, in Centennial Conference (CC) competition.
F&M Looks to Continue Strong Play; Hosting Washington in ClipperF&M seeks to build on a recent streak of strong conference play with an away/home split of Washington, including a game on Thursday at Clipper Magazine Stadium, and a road doubleheader against Dickinson this weekend. The Diplomats swept the Shoremen a year ago and hold the 34-19 advantage in the series. F&M also took both contests against Dickinson last season and sit at 87-59-3 all-time against the Red Devils.
Washington Walks Off Against Diplomats in ExtrasBrian Baquer’s one-out, walkoff triple to right center dealt Franklin & Marshall’s baseball team a heartbreaking 7-6 (10 innings) loss against Washington on Tuesday afternoon in Centennial Conference (CC) competition.
Strong Pitching Propels F&M to Sweep of MuhlenbergA pair of dominant pitching performances from Eric Bateman and Mike Androconis led the Franklin & Marshall baseball team to a clutch doubleheader sweep of Muhlenberg in Centennial Conference (CC) competition on Saturday at Caplan Field. The Diplomats (14-15, 5-5 CC) earned an 11-0 shutout in game one over the Mules (4-14, 5-3 CC) and followed with a 7-2 victory in the nightcap.
Diplomats Fall Short Against BearsFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team dropped a 7-6 decision against Ursinus on Friday afternoon in Centennial Conference (CC) baseball action. The road loss moved the Diplomats’ record to 12-15, 3-5 CC on the season while the Bears improved to 16-11, 2-4 CC.
Glavin, Bulik Delivers For F&MA solid performance from starting pitcher Mack Glavin and a go-ahead single from Casey Bulik in the seventh delivered the Franklin & Marshall baseball team a key 3-2 Centennial Conference (CC) win over Ursinus on Tuesday afternoon at Caplan Field.
Diplomats Looking For a Bounce Back WeekFranklin & Marshall looks to get back on track in Centennial Conference (CC) competition this week taking on Ursinus in a home/away split and hosting a doubleheader on Saturday against Swarthmore.
F&M Swept by Johns HopkinsFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team suffered a pair of setbacks against Johns Hopkins on Sunday afternoon in Centennial Conference (CC) competition, falling in game one by a 17-5 score and by an 11-1 tally in the nightcap.
Diplomats Hold Off BulletsSeveral clutch double plays from a sure-handed infield and timely late-inning hitting propelled the Franklin & Marshall baseball team to a crucial 3-2 Centennial Conference (CC) win against Gettysburg on Friday afternoon at Caplan Field.
F&M Stumbles Against GettysburgFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team fell to Gettysburg by a 12-1 score on Tuesday afternoon in Centennial Conference (CC) action. The loss dropped the Diplomats to 10-12, 1-2 CC on the year while the Bullets improved to 16-9, 2-1 CC.
Key Stretch of CC Contests Ahead For DiplomatsConference play continues this week with a pair of games against Gettysburg, one on the road and one at home. The all-time series belongs to the Bullets with a 108-63-1 record, dating back to the 1893 season. PSU Harrisburg heads to Caplan on Thursday for the first meeting between the two schools, while a return to conference play on Saturday sees F&M traveling to Johns Hopkins to break a three-game winless streak against the Blue Jays.
F&M Earns Split Against No. 24 McDanielFranklin & Marshall’s baseball team began Centennial Conference (CC) play on Sunday at Caplan Field, dropping a 6-2 contest in game one of a doubleheader against No. 24 McDaniel, before snapping the Green Terror’s 12-game winning streak with a 6-3 win in the nightcap.
Diplomats Dispel DrewFranklin & Marshall’s offense continued its recent hot streak with 19 hits that led to a dominant 11-5 win against Drew in non-conference baseball action on Wednesday afternoon at Caplan Field.
F&M Handles YorkA four-run first inning provided all the run support Franklin & Marshall ended up needing in a 7-2 win against York on Tuesday afternoon at Caplan Field. The contest served as the annual Go4theGoal game for the Diplomats, who improved to 8-10 with the win while the Spartans fell to 7-16-1.
Baseball Doubleheader Against Hopkins Moved to SundayFranklin & Marshall’s baseball doubleheader against Johns Hopkins, originally scheduled for Saturday in Baltimore, was postponed due to the threat of snow in the impending weather forecast. The pair of games will now take place on Sunday and begin at 12:30 p.m.ions.