Stephen Colodny and Benjamin Mitchell sit on top of the leaderboard after 18 of 54 holes at the 2017 Centennial Conference (CC) Men’s Golf Championship on Friday. The Diplomats lead the team standings at 291, 10 strokes in front of Muhlenberg, while Swarthmore is currently third at 303.
Franklin & Marshall’s Logan Lewis tied a 24-year-old school record in the outdoor shot put on Friday, competing at the famed Franklin Field for the Penn Relays. Lewis was the only Diplomat competitor at the 122-year-old event, the oldest track and field meet in the United States.
An eighth-inning balk broke a scoreless tie and capped off Franklin & Marshall’s dramatic come-from-behind bid with a critical 6-5 victory over Dickinson in Centennial Conference (CC) competition on Friday at Caplan Field.
Franklin & Marshall returns to the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships this weekend in search of a third consecutive CC crown. The Diplomats, winners of seven CC Championships in the last nine years and eight CC titles overall, have totaled 13 conference championships including wins from the pre-CC era. The 54-hole event, hosted by McDaniel for the second straight year at The Bridges GC in Abbottstown, Pa., begins on Friday.
Franklin & Marshall’s baseball team suffered a 15-5 loss against Hood on Thursday afternoon in non-conference competition. The defeat dropped the Diplomats’ overall record to 19-17-1 on the year while the Blazers improved to 18-17.
Franklin & Marshall women’s rowing returns for the 10th annual Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championships on Saturday, seeking the program’s first championship. The Diplomats travel to Gifford Pinchot State Park in Lewisberry to take on the MARC’s nine other member teams.
Mike Rama struck with under two seconds left in the game to deliver No. 15 Franklin & Marshall a 9-8 victory over No. 13 Dickinson in Centennial Conference (CC) men’s lacrosse action Wednesday evening. The Diplomats improved to 12-2, 7-0 CC and secured the top-seed in next week’s CC Playoffs while the Red Devils dropped to 11-3, 5-2 CC.
Maddie Hughes scored five goals to lead No. 10 Franklin & Marshall to a 15-4 win over Dickinson in Centennial Conference (CC) action on Wednesday afternoon. The Diplomats improved to 13-4, 7-1 CC while the Red Devils dropped to 9-7, 5-3 CC.
Franklin & Marshall enters the final week of the regular season with plenty to play for as the Centennial Conference (CC) standings feature four teams within a game of first place. The Diplomats (12-4, 6-1 CC) currently stand in second place ahead of two important Centennial games to close out the regular season schedule.
F&M takes on Dickinson on Wednesday for the 68th time in program history. The Diplomats own a 47-20 lead in the series, including victories in the last two meetings. The Diplomats will battle Muhlenberg on Saturday for the 28th meeting, with a 24-3 series lead, with victories in the last seven contests.
Franklin & Marshall enters the week at 14-18, 8-6 CC. The Diplomats occupy the fourth and final playoff spot, and have a two-game lead over fifth-place Muhlenberg with two Centennial Conference (CC) games remaining on both teams’ schedules.
With just four Centennial Conference (CC) games remaining in the regular season, Franklin & Marshall finds itself in sixth place with a 6-7-1 CC record. Johns Hopkins (13-1) wrapped up home-field advantage while Ursinus and Gettysburg each hold an 8-6 record. Haverford sits in the fourth and final playoff spot with a 7-6-1 mark, followed by Dickinson at 7-7.
Nine members of Franklin & Marshall's football team were amongst the inductees to the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame (NFF) Hampshire Society. The nine inductees are the most in program history.
Stephen Colodny and Ben Mitchell tied for third to lead Franklin & Marshall to the team championship at the Messiah Falcon Golf Classic held on Sunday and Monday. The Diplomats shaved 17 strokes off their round one total and ended at 607 to win the championship followed by Lebanon Valley at 617 and Messiah along with Stevenson at 630.
Franklin & Marshall attack Paige Moriarty was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Offensive Player of the Week for women’s lacrosse announced by the league office on Monday. The honor is the second Moriarty this season and the fourth for a member of the women’s lacrosse team.
Franklin & Marshall's Alyssa Ward earned Centennial Conference (CC) Women's Field Athlete of the Week honors, announced by the conference office on Monday. The honor marks the second time this season that Ward as been recognized.
Franklin & Marshall’s Allison Wolters was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Player of the Week for women’s tennis, announced by the league office on Monday. The honor was the third of the season for Wolters and marked the fifth time in the previous six weeks a Diplomat received the accolade.
Inclement weather in this week’s forecast has caused changes to Franklin & Marshall’s baseball schedule. The Diplomats’ Centennial Conference (CC) game at Dickinson, originally scheduled for Tuesday at 3:30 p.m., was postponed to Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.
Franklin & Marshall freshman Anelise Browne carded a 165 total (85-80) to secure fourth-place and All-Centennial Conference (CC) honors at Sunday’s final round of the 2017 CC Women’s Golf Championship at Foxchase Golf Club in Stevens.
Franklin & Marshall fell by an 8-3 score in game one of a Centennial Conference (CC) baseball doubleheader against McDaniel on Saturday before rebounding with a dominant performance from starter Mike Androconis in a 7-0 game two shutout at Caplan Field.
Franklin & Marshall tallied a pair of vital Centennial Conference (CC) victories over Ursinus on a damp Saturday afternoon, winning game one 15-3 in five innings before grabbing a 5-4 win in game two. The Diplomats moved to 14-18, 8-6 CC with the wins, while Ursinus fell out of playoff contention at 13-19, 5-9 CC.
No. 15 Franklin & Marshall closed out the game with a 7-1 run to break an 8-8 tie and defeated Washington 15-9 in Centennial Conference (CC) men’s lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon. The win is the 11th straight for F&M as the Diplomats improved to 11-2, 6-0 CC while the Shoremen dropped to 9-5, 3-3 CC.