Tuesday, April 9, 2019
F&M vs. Immaculata | Lancaster | 3:00/5:00 PM
Series Record: F&M leads 3-1
Streak: IU +1
Last F&M Victory: 13-0, March 22, 2011
Last IU Victory: 6-4, March 22, 2011
Thursday, April 11, 2019
F&M at Elizabethtown | Elizabethtown | 3:00/5:00 PM
Series Record: EC leads 34-19
Streak: F&M +3
Last F&M Victory: 6-2, April 13, 2017
Last EC Victory: 3-0, April 14, 2016
Saturday, April 13, 2019
F&M vs. McDaniel | Westminster | 1:00/3:00 PM
Series Record: McDaniel leads 54-32
Streak: McDaniel +4
Last F&M Victory: 3-2, May 5, 2017
Last McD Victory: 5-0, March 29, 2018
The non-conference series against Immaculata, which F&M leads 3-1, resumes for the first time since 2011 on Tuesday.
Though the Blue Jays of Elizabethtown historically own a 34-19 advantage in the overall record, the Diplomats have won six of the last seven matchups and look to continue a three-game winning streak on Thursday.
On Saturday, F&M resumes Centennial Conference (CC) action traveling to McDaniel. The Green Terror have defeated the Diplomats in all but two of the last ten games.
Before Saturday's doubleheader against McDaniel, F&M will honor its lone senior Christine Miles.
Among the CC Leaders
Abi Buell - INF
-.400 Batting Average - 2nd
Sabrina Ryan - P
-54 Strikeouts - 5th
Jamie Belfer - OF
-Eight Stolen Bases - 5th
F&M Last Week (1-3)
Tuesday, April 2 | vs. Ursinus | L, 12-0 (5 Innings) | Recap
Tuesday, April 2 | vs. Ursinus | W, 5-4 | Recap
Saturday, April 6 | at Swarthmore | L, 5-4 | Recap
Saturday, April 6 | at Swarthmore | L, 3-0 | Recap
Piccinich Reaches 100
With two hits in the first game against York on March 19, Piccinich reached 100 career hits.
Piccinich is tied for fourth in program history for career home runs with eight, needing one more to crack the top-three. Lauren Incorvaia '09 leads the category with 15. The junior is also tied for eighth in career doubles with 25. Jen Fried '04 holds the top spot with 36. She ranks ninth in RBIs with 59. Piccinich cracked the top-15 for career hits, sitting tied for 12th with 109. Malorie Sassaman '14 leads with 175.