Game Notes - Week 9: Franklin & Marshall at No. 11 Johns Hopkins
|Franklin & Marshall (3-6)||3||7||7||6||23|
|Johns Hopkins (9-0)||0||14||7||7||28|
|Baltimore, MD | Homewood Field|
|Franklin & Marshall||Johns Hopkins|
John Harrison - 302
Ru: John Kaschak - 86
Rec: Paul McGann - 90
Hewitt Tomlin - 219
Ru: Nick Fazio - 61
Rec: Daniel Wodicka - 105
|TEAM STATISTICS||Franklin & Marshall||Johns Hopkins|
|Time of Poss.||40:00||19:55|
Game 9: Franklin & Marshall at No. 11 Johns Hopkins
Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 12:00 Noon
Series History: Johns Hopkins and Franklin & Marshall meet for the 63rd time in a series that began in Baltimore with a 10-3 F&M win in 1912. The Diplomats hold a 34-26-2 lead in the series and a 18-12-2 lead in Baltimore. Since Centennial Conference play began in 1983, Johns Hopkins owns a 16-12 edge.
Hopkins had won ten straight over F&M leading up to the 2007 meeting, a 19-11 F&M win. That was Hopkins' longest streak in the series. F&M owns the longest streak between the two teams taking 17 matchups between 1971 and 1988. The Jays have won all three meetings since F&M's 2007 win.
Get ready for Saturday's action with this week's game notes.