Franklin & Marshall’s softball team delivered a strong performance, taking both contests against non-conference opponent Immaculata on Tuesday afternoon. F&M tallied a 4-0 shutout in the first contest before a 9-1, 5 Inning win in the second game.
The Diplomats are in the midst of a five-game winning streak against Ursinus in a series that the Bears lead 25-46. Last season, F&M shutout Ursinus in both contests due to a dominant performance from the circle from Izzy Schaefer '18. The Diplomats and the Garnet split last year’s contests, and F&M holds a 41-16 edge all time, winning four out of the last six contests played in Swarthmore.
Franklin & Marshall’s softball team went 1-1 against Washington College to open Centennial Conference (CC) action on Saturday afternoon at Baker Campus. The Diplomats held on to a 2-1 victory in the first contest before dropping the second by a heartbreaking 6-5 score.
Franklin & Marshall’s softball team dropped both contests in its home opener against PSU-Brandywine on Thursday afternoon. F&M lost the game in a hard-fought 4-3 comeback before falling in the second by a 7-4 tally.
It’s a revenge week for F&M that features two opponents from last season. The Diplomats dropped both games to York in 2018, and look to end a five-game winning streak on the part of the Spartans to get back on track in a series that tips slightly in the York’ s favor.
Franklin & Marshall’s softball team delivered two hard-fought battles but ultimately fell short, first to Concordia Chicago by a 1-0 score. The Diplomats then dropped to Lakeland in a 5-3 nine-inning battle.
Franklin & Marshall’s softball team came out strong on the second day of action down in Florida, first defeating Northwestern (Minn.) by a 2-1 score and then taking down Smith 8-2. The Diplomats improved to 3-1 on the year.
Softball heads down to Florida to compete in 10 contests in five days, beginning with Simpson on Sunday, March 10. The Diplomats are 0-1 against the Storm after meeting over Spring Break in 2005. F&M closes out opening day with first-time opponent Roger Williams at 11:45 a.m.
Franklin & Marshall softball delivered another strong campaign, which saw individuals set three single-season records. The Diplomats ended the year with an overall record of 17-21 and an 8-8 mark in the Centennial Conference (CC).
Franklin & Marshall’s Izzy Schaefer was named to CoSIDA’s 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-District Softball Team, announced on Thursday. The honor is the first of Schaefer’s career and advances her to the Academic All-America ballot, with first- and second-team honorees set to be named in June.
Franklin & Marshall softball landed four members on the All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team, announced by the league office on Tuesday. Lexi Piccinich and Sammy Burns earned First Team honors while Ryan Correa and Crystal Good were named to the Second Team.
Franklin & Marshall?s softball team dropped both Centennial Conference (CC) games against Washington on Saturday afternoon. Washington took the first game by a 3-0 tally before winning the second game in extra-innings by a 7-3 score.
Franklin & Marshall enters the final week of the regular season 17-15, 8-4 CC. The Diplomats currently occupy the third playoff spot, one game ahead of fourth-place Haverford. With four more Centennial Conference (CC) games, F&M needs one more win to secure a playoff spot and the program’s second post-season appearance
Franklin & Marshall’s softball team dropped both contests against Gettysburg in Centennial Conference (CC) action on Tuesday afternoon. The Diplomats lost the first game by a 5-0 tally before falling in a hard-fought 6-3 finish.
Franklin & Marshall's Lexi Piccinich was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Softball Player of the Week, announced on Monday by the conference office. The honor is the first of Piccinich's career and the first of the season for the Diplomats.