LANCASTER, PA - The Franklin & Marshall College men's soccer team ranks among the leaders in the November 1 Centennial Conference men's soccer statistics.
Individually, midfielder Wallace Eisenhauer (Sr., New Castle, DE/Wilmington Christian) ranks fifth in goals per game (.375) as he has scored six in 16 games, while forward Alex Sanchez Sierra (Sr., Tangier, Morocco/American School of Tangier) is tied for fifth in goals (.375), ninth in assists (.250) and tied for fourth in points (1.00) per game after tallying 6-4-16 to date.
Forward Brandon Corday (Fr., Morton Grove, IL/Niles Township) ranks tenth in goals (.313), third in assists (.375) and is tied for fourth in points (1.00) per game as he has scored 5-6-16.
Between the pipes, goalie Ed Stelz (So., Kew Gardens, NY/Loomis Chaffee) ranks third in save percentage (.875), fourth in goals against average (.853), third in total saves (84) and fifth in shutouts (five).
As a team, the Diplomats rank second in scoring offense (2.063), third in scoring defense (.778) and fifth in shutouts (.375) as the team has scored 33 goals and allowed 13 in 1,503 minutes of play.
Franklin & Marshall (10-4-2, 5-3-1) will return to action on November 3 when the #4 seed Diplomats host #5 seed Muhlenberg College in the first round of the Centennial Conference Championships. Game time is set for 2:15 p.m. The winner will advance to face #1 seed and #2 nationally ranked Johns Hopkins University in the CC semifinals on November 5 at 5:00 p.m.