Two Top-15 Teams Slated for Home – Week 3 Game Notes

Two Top-15 Teams Slated for Home – Week 3 Game Notes

Game 4
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 | 4:00 PM
No. 4 F&M vs. No. 2 Mary Washington

Live Video (HD) | Live Stats

Series Record: F&M leads 2-0
Last F&M Victory: 16-3, May 16, 2010
Last UMW Victory: N/A

Game 5
Saturday, March 9, 2019 | 12:00 PM
No. 4 F&M vs. No. 15 Cortland St.

Live Video (HD) | Live Stats

Series Record: Cort St. Leads 3-2
Last F&M Victory: 9-8, March 10, 2018
Last Cort St. Victory: 15-9, March 9, 2013

Series History

Franklin & Marshall enters the week undefeated against Mary Washington. The Diplomats took both contests against the Eagles, the most recent coming in the 2010 Regional Semifinal game.

Though Cortland owns a slight 3-2 edge in the overall record, the Diplomats have taken the previous two contests. 

Rankings

F&M is ranked 4th in the latest IWCLA Coaches poll. Gettysburg remained in the top spot while Haverford (21st) rounds out the Centennial Conference (CC) schools.

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Marino Named CC POTW: Ally Marino was named the CC Offensive Player of the Week for women's lacrosse, announced by the league office on Monday. The honor is the first for Marino and first for the team this season. Full release

Last Time We Met Mary Washington

F&M delivered a decisive 16-3 victory over Mary Washington in the 2010 Elite Eight contest. Recap.

Lidia Sanza recorded seven saves and intercepted three passes to hold down the back end of the field.

Meredith Lussier and Katie Delaney propelled the Diplomats' offense with four goals each. Sarah Veneski contributed three assists to go along with a goal, and Blake Hargest and Erin Dunne both found the back of the net three times.

Last Time We Met Cortland St

No. 9 Franklin & Marshall scored six unanswered goals to erase an 8-3 deficit and defeat No. 15 Cortland State 9-8 in overtime last season. Recap.

Jane Cote finished with one goal and three assists, Megan Jackson had three goals, and Caroline Kolva and Paige Moriarty ended with a goal and an assist each. Maddie Hughes and Hannah Serling each scored once for the Diplomats.

Anya Chopoorian came away with four draws, four ground balls and caused two turnovers. Danielle Harrington turned away eight shots.