Wednesday, April 11, 2017
No. 11 F&M vs. McDaniel | Lancaster, Pa. | 4:00 PM
Series Record: F&M leads 48-35
Streak: F&M +5
Last F&M Victory: 12-10, April 12, 2017
Last McDaniel Victory: 6-5, March 31, 2012
Saturday, April 15, 2017
No. 11 F&M vs. Ursinus | Collegeville, Pa. | 3:00 PM
Series Record: F&M leads 10-7
Streak: F&M + 1
Last F&M Victory: 17-3, April 15, 2017
Last Ursinus Victory: 15-5, March 30, 2016
Series History: F&M starts out the week on Wednesday when the Diplomats take on McDaniel for the 84th time. F&M owns a 48-35 mark, including victories in the last five meetings. The Diplomats finish the week against Ursinus on Saturday for the 18th meeting. F&M brings a 10-7 mark into the meeting.
Rankings: F&M dropped downed a spot to No. 11 in the latest coaches poll. Gettysburg (4th) and Dickinson (10th) also represent the conference in the weekly poll. Complete poll.
Records Watch: Sean Rogers enters the week with 233 career points and became just the fifth player in program history to reach 200 earlier this season. Rogers has 133 goals, which place him fourth on the all-time list, while his 100 assists are also fourth. Chris Mergardt '96 (192 goals) and Jon Dale '90 (218 assists) hold the top spots in those respective categories.
Last Time We Met McDaniel: No. 17 Franklin & Marshall downed McDaniel 12-10 last season. Complete recap.
Kevin Mollihan finished with three goals and one assist, Sean Rogers scored three and Casey had a pair of goals. Rama, Rice, McBride and Llewellyn all scored once and Rama along Briggs had two helpers. Donaghy and Aviles recorded an assist each for the Diplomats.
Scott Hatch turned away 13 shots and improved to 9-2 while Bryan Ruygrok took the loss with four stops.
Tommy O'Connor paced the defense with three caused turnovers and three ground balls and Jarrett Donaghy came away with nine ground balls. Andrew Rose won 15-of-30 from the X and ended with seven ground balls.
Scott Hatch picked up the win with seven stops and improved to 10-2 while Elliot Shevitz took the loss with 10 stops.