F&M Continues CC Play

F&M Continues CC Play

Match 17
Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017
F&M vs. McDaniel | Lancaster | 7:00 PM
Series Record: McD Leads 33-28
Streak: F&M +1
Last F&M Victory: 3-0, Oct. 13, 2016
Last McD Victory: 3-1, Nov. 4, 2015
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Match 18
Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017
F&M at Ursinus | Collegeville | 4:00 PM
Series Record: F&M Leads 42-2
Streak: F&M +32
Last F&M Victory: 3-0, Sept. 24, 2016
Last UC Victory: 3-2, Sept. 15, 1988
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Series History: F&M (8-6, 2-1 CC) hosts McDaniel on Wednesday for an important conference matchup, hoping to end the Green Terror's perfect 3-0 CC record. In a close series, the Diplomats own the edge 33-28 and won last year's contest 3-0.

F&M travels to Ursinus on Saturday to continue CC play. The Diplomats have dominated the series, owning the 42-2 advantage with an active 32-game win-streak; the longest against any opponent.

Last Week: The Diplomats traveled to Swarthmore on Wednesday for Centennial play, losing to the Garnet 3-0. 

Grace Maggiore led the way with a double-double of 18 assists and 10 digs. Grace Polisano paced the offense with nine kills and eight digs. Christine Yoo and Delaney Hahn followed with three kills each.

F&M traveled to Stockton for a tri-match on Saturday, losing to the host school 3-0 and then coming back to beat Farmingdale State 3-1. 

Outside hitter Hahn recorded 26 kills and 23 digs on the day. Setter Maggiore tallied 61 assists and 21 digs. Sophomore Polisano also had 12 kills and three aces. 

Among CC Leaders: Maggiore leads the conference with a .316 hitting percentage. Hahn and Polisano rank sixth and seventh in kills with 184 and 174, respectively.

Record Watch: Cassie Garison ranks in the program's top-25 for all-time kills, placing 22nd with 529.  Polisano cracked the top-30 in the same category, now ranking 29th with 441, needing only eight more to reach 28th. Jen Power '97 leads the category with 1,540.

With 121 block assists to tie for eighth, Garison also ranks 13th with 145 total blocks. Yoo breaks the top-30 for total blocks, recording 88 in her career to put her at 23rd.  Stacy Dunchick '00 leads with 369.