No. 6 Franklin & Marshall is tied with no. 8 Johns Hopkins atop the CC at 9-0. Saturday's contest determines the top seed and host of the Conference playoffs. The Diplomats can finish no lower than the second seed in the tournament. Four teams have clinched spots in the tournament: F&M, Johns Hopkins, Bryn Mawr, and No. 12 Ursinus. Dickinson and Gettysburg are battling for the fifth spot.
Franklin & Marshall's field hockey team took a commanding 3-0 win over Bryn Mawr as the No. 5 Diplomats celebrated Senior Day. F&M did not allow the Owls to take a single shot-attempt at any point in Saturday's Centennial Conference (CC) contest.
The No. 5 Diplomats begin their week hosting McDaniel on Wednesday night in F&M's annual Pink Game. F&M has dominated on both sides of the ball during the current 10-game winning streak over the Green Terror that dates back to 2009. The Diplomats have outscored McDaniel 43-6 overall over that span, with a 3.7 average scoring margin in that time.
Lily Mynott was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Offensive Player of the Week while Christina Seery garnered CC Defensive Player of the Week honors to sweep field hockey’s weekly awards for Franklin & Marshall.
The No. 5 Diplomats begin their week hosting Gettysburg on Wednesday night. F&M has had Gettysburg's number in recent history. The Diplomats have outscored the Bullets 26-5 over the current eight-game winning streak against Gettysburg.
Franklin & Marshall’s stringent defense earned its second straight shutout and third in the last four games with a 2-0 blanking of Dickinson in Centennial Conference (CC) field hockey competition on Wednesday.