Two CC Matches on Tap for F&M – Week 7 Match Notes

Two CC Matches on Tap for F&M – Week 7 Match Notes

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Match 17
Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019
F&M vs. McDaniel | Lancaster | 7:00 PM

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Series Record: MCD leads 34-31
Streak: MCD +1
Last F&M Victory: 3-1, Oct. 3, 2018
Last MCD Victory: 3-0, Nov. 3, 2018 

Match 18
Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019
F&M at Ursinus | Collegeville | 1:00 PM

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Series Record: F&M Leads 44-2
Streak: F&M +34
Last F&M Victory: 3-1 Oct. 6, 2018
Last UC Victory: 3-2. Sept. 15, 1988

Series History 

Franklin & Marshall hosts McDaniel on Thursday in a rematch of last season's Centennial Conference (CC) Tournament Semifinals that saw the Green Terror take the victory. Allison Franke picked up 10 kills in the loss last year.

The Diplomats head to Collegeville Saturday for a match against Ursinus. In last year's contest, Grace Maggiore led the team with 14 digs and 32 assists while Grace Polisano paced the offense with nine kills.

Last Week

The Diplomats took a four-set match over Swarthmore in CC play on Saturday, 3-1 (18-25, 25-23, 25-15, 28-26), and then fell short in a 3-0 loss to Stockton (21-25, 21-25, 14-25) in non-conference action. Recap.

Among the Leaders (CC)

Grace Maggiore enters the week third in the Centennial Conference with 9.23 assists per set and fourth in the CC in total assists with 526.

Allison Franke is seventh in the CC in kills per set with 2.88 K/S.

Carlita Bozzo has 4.37 digs per set, eighth in the Conference.

Amy Mullen's .288 hitting percentage is fifth in the CC.

Record Book Watch 

Grace Maggiore has 1,025 service attempts, fourth in program history and nine away from entering the top-three.

Grace Polisano enters the week with 812 career kills, good for 16th in program history, and 26 away from entering the top 15.

Maggiore Reaches 2,000 Assists

Grace Maggiore recorded 30 assists against Neumann on Wednesday, Sept. 4th, to put her over 2,000 career assists. Maggiore became the eighth Diplomat to cross the 2,000-assist threshold, and the first to reach that mark since Allison Edelstein '17.