A pair of goals from Erin Coverdale broke the program’s career record that stood since 1978 and helped lift Franklin & Marshall’s No. 4 ranked field hockey team to a 4-1 win over Hartwick in the NCAA First Round on Wednesday evening in Lancaster.
The Diplomats qualified for their seventh-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance – a streak unmatched in the history of the Centennial Conference. During that run, F&M reached four Sweet 16's and a pair of Elite Eights. Overall, the Diplomats have advanced the Tournament on 10 occasions, and hold a 12-9 all-time record in the Playoffs.
Six members of the Franklin & Marshall men's soccer team earned All-Centennial Conference (CC) recognition, announced by the league office on Wednesday. Connor Whitacre landed on the First Team, while A.J. Kopacz, J.T. Mogan, and Christopher Amoruso all garnered Second Team accolades.
Two non-conference foes open the dual-meet season for Franklin & Marshall’s wrestling team this Saturday when the Diplomats head down to Lexington, Va. to battle VMI (11:00 a.m.) and Davidson (1:00 p.m.)
Franklin & Marshall opens its 2019-20 campaign hosting Marywood on Wednesday. The Diplomats and Pacers have split the last two meetings, with F&M most recently emerging victorious in last year’s season opener.
Six members of the Franklin & Marshall field hockey team were named to the 2019 All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team, announced by the league office on Tuesday. Lily Mynott was named the Offensive Player of the Year and earned First Team honors, each for the first time in her career. Melissa Gula earned Defensive Player of the Year for the first time in her career and was named to the First Team for the second consecutive season. Darby Klopp was selected CC Rookie of the Year and landed on the Honorable Mention list. Mynott and Gula were joined on the first team by Erin Coverdale and Christina Seery. Klopp was joined by Colleen Francis as an Honorable Mention.
No. 7 Franklin & Marshall is set to host Hartwick on Wednesday in the first round of the NCAA Field Hockey Tournament at 4:00 p.m on Tylus Field. Tickets will cost $5 for adults and $3 for students with ID's, senior citizens and children.
Franklin & Marshall landed two of its members onto the All-Centennial Conference (CC) volleyball team, announced on Monday morning by the conference office. Middle hitter Allison Franke and setter Grace Maggiore were named to the First Team, marking the second consecutive season that the duo has received First Team honors.
hard-fought clash between two of the nation's top teams resulted in a heartbreaking 3-2 loss for Franklin & Marshall's No. 4 men's soccer team against No. 3 Johns Hopkins in Sunday's Centennial Conference (CC) Championship.
Franklin & Marshall seniors Kevin Gault and Kevin Lammers were named the Centennial Conference (CC) Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week announced on Sunday. The honor is the first for both this season and the third award for a member of the F&M team.
Franklin & Marshall exploded for 28 points in the fourth quarter to break a 16-16 tie and defeated Ursinus 44-16 in Centennial Conference (CC) football action Saturday afternoon. The Diplomats improved to 5-4, 4-4 CC, while the Bears fell to 4-5, 3-5 CC.
Franklin & Marshall has plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the 2019-20 season - five of them, in fact. The Diplomats return a quintet of returning players who played a significant role in guiding a young F&M squad to the Centennial Conference (CC) Playoffs last year. A group of talented first-year players add to the intrigue of the first Diplomat season without Glenn Robinson at the helm since 1971.
LANCASTER, Pa. – With two of the top three rebounders in the Centennial Conference (CC) returning to the lineup, Franklin & Marshall women's basketball looks to continue to develop a strong team dynamic to help the Diplomats compete for one of the five CC playoff bids.
During the summer between his junior and senior years at Franklin & Marshall College, Ed Van Dolsen ’80 took a job at the Lancaster Stockyards. Much like what had happened on the football field during his first two years at F&M, he was instructed in the herding and hustling of bulls by head football coach Tom Gilburg.
F&M does battle with one of its oldest rivals on Saturday, facing off against Ursinus for the 102nd time in school history. The Diplomats have largely dominated the all-time series, winning nearly two-thirds of the matchups (66-31-4). The series has tightened in recent years, with the last decade of play being split evenly, with both teams taking five games.
Franklin & Marshall men’s basketball coach Glenn Robinson announced his retirement from coaching effective today. Robinson, who has been the head coach of the Diplomats for 48 seasons and is the Division III all-time wins leader, will take on other administrative duties within the athletic department and assist with basketball operations through the remainder of the academic year.
No. 4-ranked Franklin & Marshall (15-2) enters its 11th straight Centennial Conference (CC) Tournament, good for the second-longest active streak next to Hopkins' run of 18-consecutive appearances. The Diplomats earned weekend hosting rights for the third time CC Tournament history and for the first time since 2014. The last CC Title occurred in 2017 with a 1-0 win over Dickinson in Baltimore.
Franklin & Marshall recorded a 9-1 record in Centennial Conference (CC) play this season to earn the second seed in the CC Tournament. The playoff berth extends a 12-season appearance streak that is unmatched by a Conference opponent.
Franklin & Marshall’s No. 7 field hockey team concluded the regular season with a 15-2, 9-1 CC record to take the second seed in the Centennial Conference (CC) postseason and earn the program’s ninth straight Tournament appearance.
Franklin & Marshall goalkeeper Christopher Amoruso was named the Centennial Conference (CC) Defensive Player of the Week for men's soccer, announced by the league office on Tuesday. The honor was the second of the season and career for Amoruso.