Diplomats Continue CC Play

Diplomats Continue CC Play
Game 10
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016
F&M vs. Johns Hopkins | Lancaster | 7:00 PM
Series Record: JHU Leads 22-12
Streak: F&M +5
Last F&M Victory: 4-0, Oct. 7, 2015
Last JHU Victory: 2-1, Oct. 13, 2010
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Game 11
Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016
F&M at Haverford | Haverford | 12:00 PM
Series Record: F&M Leads 27-7
Streak: F&M +8
Last F&M Victory: 3-0, Oct. 10, 2015
Last HC Victory: 4-1, Oct. 16, 2010
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Series History: Franklin & Marshall continues Centennial Conference (CC) play on Wednesday when Johns Hopkins comes to Lancaster at 7:00 p.m. The Diplomats trail in the all-time series 22-12, but have won the last five meetings with the Blue Jays dating back to 2010.

The week concludes on Saturday when F&M visits Haverford at 12:00 p.m. The Diplomats have historically dominated the Fords, owning a 27-7 advantage in the previous 34 meetings, including an active eight-game streak.

Last Week: F&M opened last week a few days later than expected on Saturday by tallying a 4-0 victory over Bryn Mawr. Melanie Consiglio scored all four goals as the Diplomats rolled over the Owls.

To read a game recap, click here.

On Monday, F&M traveled to McDaniel for a game previously scheduled for Wednesday. The Diplomats rode two first-half goals and a defense that allowed just one shot on the night to a 3-0 road victory.

To read a game recap, click here.

In the Rankings: F&M holds its spot at No. 5 in this week's NFHCA coaches poll. The Diplomats went 2-0 on the week, but the top five stayed put as the teams went a combined 8-0.

The full poll and release can be viewed here.

Win Streak: Two more Centennial wins brought F&M's regular-season conference win streak to 21 games. The Diplomats have now gone over two years without losing a conference contest during the regular season, as a 5-2 loss to Ursinus on Sept. 27, 2014 is the most recent defeat.

Among the Leaders: Annie Horsley's three assists in two games jump her up to the conference's second-best assist total with five. Only Amber Dey of Dickinson has more, with six. Sydney Cole cracks the top 10 as well, tying for eighth with three helpers.

A pair of shutout victories improved Ilianna Santangelo's goals-against average to 1.09. That mark is good for third in the conference.

To see full conference stats, click here.

Player of the Week: Consiglio's four goals against Bryn Mawr earned her CC Co-Offensive Player of the week honors along with Ursinus' Colleen Leahy. The honor is the first of her career.

Milestone Watch: Cole's nine game-winners place her third in program history for most game-winning goals in a career. The record is held by Becky Willert '12 with 13.