F&M Travels to Washington on Saturday

F&M Travels to Washington on Saturday
Game 15
Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016
F&M at Washington | Chestertown | 1:00 PM
Series Record: F&M Leads 14-1-3
Streak: F&M +3
Last F&M Victory: 1-0, Oct. 19, 2013
Last WAC Victory: 1-0 OT, Sept. 26, 2009
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Series History: Franklin & Marshall's women's soccer team enters the final two weeks of the regular season looking to finish Centennial Conference (CC) play on a high note. The Diplomats travel to Washington on Saturday; a team F&M has not lost to since 2009, holding a 3-0-3 record over that span. 

Last Week: Through two games last week, F&M went 0-1-1 after being edged by McDaniel at home on Thursday (1-0) and drawing with Muhlenberg on the road Saturday (0-0 2OT). 

Against McDaniel, the Green Terror finally broke through a relentless Diplomat defense with an 80th-minute score to hang on for the win. Nicole Savidge (4-6) was solid in net with six saves, while Sarah McDonald (10-1) secured the Green Terror win after not facing a shot on goal. 

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Against Muhlenberg, both teams battled to a hard-fought 110-minute, scoreless draw. Savidge registered five saves for her fifth shutout of the season. Overall, shots belonged to F&M at 10-9, but the Mules led corners at 5-1. Reanna Leoni paced the offense with four shots, followed by Kate Kerr with three. 

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Among the Leaders: Reanna Leoni is fourth among CC women's soccer players in shots with 39 and is tied for eighth in the Conference with five goals. Her 11 points also place her in 12th (5 G, 1 A). 

Savidge is tied for third among netminders with five shutouts, while her 64 saves rank second. 

Career Leaders: Savidge continues to appear in the program record book for goals against average in a career and currently places fifth at 1.16 (21 GA, 1,636 Min).

Defender Sarah Mischianti has started 60 games during her time in Lancaster, placing her third all time. Megan Rubenstein '14 leads the list with 65 starts.

Clean Start: The Diplomats are one of just two teams in the CC who have yet to be carded through the opening 14 games of the season.