Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018
F&M at Dickinson | Carlisle | 6:00 PM
Series Record: F&M Leads 43-34
Streak: DC +5
In CC Play: DC Leads 24-22
Last F&M Victory: 46-41, Jan. 21, 2015 - Carlisle
Last DC Victory: 69-57, Feb. 15, 2017 - Carlisle
Live Stats | Video
Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018
F&M at Haverford | Haverford | 1:00 PM
Series Record: F&M Leads 25-14
Streak: HC +10
In CC Play: F&M Leads 24-14
Last F&M Victory: 64-51, Jan. 28, 2012 - Lancaster
Last HC Victory: 56-49, Jan. 21, 2017 - Lancaster
Live Stats | Video
Franklin & Marshall enters the back-half of the season with an overall record of 7-7 and a Centennial Conference (CC) record of 4-5, which places the Diplomats in a three-way tie for sixth in CC standings.
Series History: F&M opens the week traveling to Dickinson for a crucial CC matchup as both teams stand at the 4-5 mark in CC play. Dickinson leads the series overall at 43-34, and also holds a home court advantage of 14-9.
The Diplomats end the week at Haverford where F&M looks to break an active 10-game winning-streak on the part of the Fords. F&M has the slight edge when playing in Haverford with a 12-7 record.
Last Time We Met Dickinson: A strong finish to the third quarter helped lift Dickson over F&M 69-57 on Feb. 15 last season. Four Diplomats recorded double-digit performances on the night. For a full recap, click here.
Among the Leaders (CC): Haley Pilone currently ranks first in the CC with a 17.4 points per game average, while her 42.6 percent from behind the arc is good for second.
Hamill's 9.1 rebounds per game tie her for fourth.
Among the Leaders (NCAA): Among Division III players, Pilone's 3.50 three-pointers per game are good for seventh, and Sarah Pisani ranks 14th in assists per game, averaging 5.7.
Milestone Watch: Multiple Diplomats now rank in the top-20 in program record categories. Erica Brown places 16th in total career points with 907. Anne Krumrine '90 leads the category with 1,813. Brown also ranks 10th with 608 career rebounds, while Krumrine '90 leads with 1,182.
Pilone comes in at second for made three-pointers in a career with 135. Dana Johns '06 leads the category with 178.
Pisani's 275 career assists place her in fifth, needing only one more to tie for fourth. Sarah Meisenberg '09 leads with 367.