Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018
F&M at Muhlenberg | Allentown | 6:00 PM
Series Record: Muhl Leads 32-22
Streak: Muhl +11
Last Meeting: 79-47, Feb. 4, 2017 - Allentown
Last F&M Victory: 59-54, Feb. 4, 2012 - Allentown
Last Muhl Victory: 79-47, Feb. 4, 2017 - Allentown
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Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018
F&M at Washington | Chestertown | 8:00 PM
Series Record: F&M Leads 28-10
Streak: F&M +4
Last Meeting: 68-62, Feb.11, 2017 - Chestertown
Last F&M Victory: 68-62, Feb.11, 2017 - Chestertown
Last WC Victory: 69-55, Feb. 7, 2015 - Chestertown
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Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018
F&M vs. Bryn Mawr | Lancaster | 1:00 PM
Series Record: F&M Leads 33-1
Streak: F&M +18
Last Meeting: 79-29, Dec. 2, 2017 - Bryn Mawr
Last F&M Victory: 79-29, Dec. 2, 2017 - Bryn Mawr
Last BMC Victory: 47-45, Feb. 3, 2007 - Bryn Mawr
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Franklin & Marshall opens the second half of the season with a 5-6 overall record and a 2-4 mark in Centennial Conference (CC) play. Currently, in a three-way tie for seventh, the Diplomats are looking to the back half of the season to try and solidify a playoff spot with the top-five teams advancing to the CC Tournament.
Series History: F&M opens the week traveling to No. 20 Muhlenberg on Tuesday. The Mules own a slight 32-22 advantage with a 30-8 edge in CC action.
The Diplomats continue CC action on Thursday, heading to Washington College where F&M holds a 13-6 lead when playing in Chestertown and leads the overall series 28-10.
F&M closes out the week hosting Bryn Mawr on Saturday. The Diplomats are currently in their longest winning streak against the Owls at 18 games and holds a perfect 16-0 record against Bryn Mawr at home.
F&M's Last Game: The Diplomats opened the new year with a decisive 76-55 victory over Alvernia on Jan. 5 at the Mayser Center. Kristin Hamill led all scorers with a career-high 24 points and brought down 12 rebounds. Haley Pilone and Erica Brown also finished in the double-digits for points tallying 22 and 19, respectively. Sarah Pisani dished out 10 assists on the night.
Last Time We Met Muhlenberg: Muhlenberg finished the first quarter on a 14-1 run, and never allowed Franklin & Marshall any closer as the Diplomats dropped a 79-47 decision to the Mules on Feb. 4 last season. For a recap, click here.
Sarah Haddon made 9-of-14 free throws to lead the Diplomats with 11 points, while Anajha Burnett also added a season-high 11 points in just 18 minutes. Hamill added eight points and a team-high seven rebounds on the night.
Last Time We Met Washington: Franklin & Marshall withstood a Washington run early in the third quarter and held on for a gritty 68-62 road win over the Shorewomen in Chestertown on Feb. 11 last year. For a full recap, click here.
Three Diplomats hit double-digits on the day, led by Ashlyn Petersen who finished the night with a 9-of-10 mark from the foul line for her 21 points. Haddon tallied 15 points, while Brown scored 13 and pulled in a game-high 10 rebounds.
Last Time We Met Bryn Mawr: Three Diplomats scored in the double-digits to deliver a 79-29 victory over the Owls earlier this season on Dec. 2. For a recap, click here.
Brown led all scorers with 20 points, going 8-for-11 on the day, and came away with eight rebounds and two blocks. Hamill recorded her second double-double of the season with 18 points and a team-leading 11 rebounds.
Among the Leaders (CC): Pilone currently ranks first in the CC; averaging 17.5 points per game, while her 43.3 percent from behind the arc is good for second.
Hamill's 8.7 rebounds per game are good for fifth overall.
Among the Leaders (NCAA): Among Division III players, Pilone's 3.40 three-pointers per game are good for 10th, and Pisani ranks 15th, averaging 5.8 assists per game.
Milestone Watch: Multiple Diplomats now rank in the top-20 in program record categories. Brown places 17th in total career points with 889. Anne Krumrine '90 leads the category with 1,813. Brown also ranks 12th with 594 career rebounds, needing three more to tie for 11th.
Pilone comes in at fourth for three-pointers in a career with 125. Dana Johns '06 leads the category with 178.
Pisani's 263 career assists tie her for sixth, needing only one more to tie for fifth. Sarah Meisenberg '09 leads with 367.