Starting pitcher Jack Buckley was dominant in Franklin & Marshall baseball's 2-0 (7 innings) game one win over Clarkson on Saturday evening before the Diplomats dropped the nightcap by a tough 5-4 (8 innings) score.
No. 12 Franklin & Marshall picked up a 21-8 victory over Elizabethtown in men’s lacrosse action Saturday afternoon. F&M improved to 6-1 while the Blue Jays fells to 3-3. The victory was the 100th for head coach Todd Cavallaro in his career.
Izzy Schaefer ended the day with a no-hitter to help Franklin & Marshall softball to a 2-0 sweep on the final day of Spring Break action. The Diplomats first defeated FDU-Florham in a tight 3-2 contest before blanking Lasell 9-0 on Friday afternoon.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s squash team finished out the 2017-18 season on a high note, securing two of three matches in the Walker Cup (C Division) of the Collegiate Squash Association (CSA) Team Championships in February, culminating with an 8-1 victory over Hamilton in the Consolation Final.
Franklin & Marshall’s men’s squash team competed in a challenging slate of contests during the 2017-18 season, including eighth matchups against team’s ranked in the nation’s top 10. The Diplomats fought throughout and closed out the year with some momentum after winning two of three at the Summers Cup (C Division) of the Collegiate Squash Association (CSA) Team Championships in late February to finish with the nation’s No. 18 ranking and a 5-15 overall record.
Franklin & Marshall's Antonio Pelusi bounced back from a First Round loss with two Consolation wins on Saturday evening at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Cleveland. Pelusi opened his wrestle backs with a 9-6 win over American’s Brett Dempsey and followed with a 3-1 (SV-1) thriller over Virginia’s Tyler Love.
Franklin & Marshall picked up two victories in women’s lacrosse action on Thursday. The Diplomats downed St. Mary’s 13-6 early in the day and took care of host Occidental 17-8 in the nightcap to wrap up their spring break week.
Brandon Federici was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Division III All-America Second Team announced today. The team is selected and voted on by member coaches of the NABC. The honor marks the 26th time -- and first since 2013 -- that a member of F&M's basketball team has received All-America recognition.
Antonio Pelusi fell in his opening round match at the 2018 NCAA DI Wrestling Championships in Cleveland on Thursday afternoon. The Diplomats’ 285-pound grappler is set to compete in tonight’s pigtails against American’s Brett Dempsey.
Franklin & Marshall closed out its Florida Spring Break trip with a perfect 2-0 record on Thursday afternoon after downing Scranton by a 7-2 tally. The non-conference women’s tennis match moved the Diplomats to 2-3 on the year while the Royals fell to 9-3.
Franklin & Marshall’s women’s indoor track and field team delivered another strong showing this year, closing out its indoor season at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships, hosted by Ursinus from February 24-25, collecting 55 points for sixth place.
Franklin & Marshall’s men’s track and field team closed out the indoor season at the Centennial Conference (CC) Championships, hosted by Ursinus from February 24-25, garnering 14 points for ninth place.
Franklin & Marshall's Brandon Federici was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America Men's Basketball Second Team when the teams were announced on Wednesday.
Franklin & Marshall continued its upward ascent among DIII women’s rowing programs, reaching as high as No. 15 in the USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) National Poll and placing second at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championship for the second-straight season.
Fresh off a successful fall campaign, Franklin & Marshall’s men’s rowing team aims to continue its string of strong showings this spring when the Diplomats open their 2018 schedule on Friday at St. Mary’s College in Maryland.
Sean Rogers delivered the game-winning goal just 1:14 in overtime to give No. 12 Franklin & Marshall a 10-9 victory over No. 6 Cortland in men’s lacrosse action Tuesday afternoon. The Diplomats improved to 5-1 while the Red Dragons dropped to 3-1.
Franklin & Marshall traded blows with Westfield St. throughout Tuesday’s marathon non-conference matchup down in Florida, with the Owls gaining the upper-hand off of back-to-back, 15th-inning homers to deal the Diplomats a tough 11-0 defeat.