LANCASTER, Pa. – Franklin & Marshall's No. 12 field hockey team defeated Bryn Mawr 7-0 on Saturday afternoon at Tylus Field.
The Diplomats improved to 12-2 and remained undefeated in CC play at 9-0 while Bryn Mawr dropped to 6-8, 0-8 CC.
Cole started the scoring off for the Diplomats, controlling a pass from Horsley and finding the back of the cage in the 11th minute to bring the score to 1-0.
Less than two minutes later, Horsley scored off a penalty stroke to extend the lead 2-0.
Nagle recorded her second goal of the day early in the second half, tipping a pass from Horsley into the back of the cage to bring the score to 4-0.
Erin Coverdale was next on the day, taking a pass from Cole and shooting into the corner of the goal to extend the Diplomats' lead in the 51st minute.
Mynott tallied the final goal of the day two minutes later taking the rebound off a missed shot and sliding it past the goalie to bring the final score to 7-0.
Goalkeeper Ilianna Santangelo was awarded the win to bring her record to 12-2. Owls' 'keeper Angela Meng tallied 14 saves during the loss with her record now 6-9.
F&M outshot Bryn Mawr 38-0 and owned the penalty corner advantage 23-0.
The Diplomats return to action on Tuesday, hosting York for their annual Breast Cancer Awareness game, slated to start at 7:00 p.m.