Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019
No. 20 F&M vs. Susquehanna | 4:00 PM
Series Record: F&M leads 8-1
Last F&M Victory: 20-8, February 28, 2018
Last Susquehanna Victory: 8-7, March 11, 2015
Saturday, March 2, 2019
No. 20 F&M at No. 11 Washington & Lee | 12:00 PM
Series Record: Series Tied 16-16
Last F&M Victory: 16-14. March 4, 2017
Last W&L Victory: 12-10, March 3, 2018
F&M hosts Susquehanna on Wednesday for the 10th time in program history. The Diplomats own an 8-1 record in the series, including wins in the last three meetings.
F&M travels to W&L on Saturday for 33rd meeting with the series tied at 16-16. The Diplomats won the 2017 meeting with the Generals winning last year.
F&M remained at No. 20 in the latest coaches poll. Gettysburg (8th), Dickinson (9th) and Ursinus (18th) also represent the Centennial in the weekly poll. Wesleyan remains at the No. 1 position. Complete poll.
- Junior Kevin Mollihan is fifth all-time with 132 goals. Additionally, he also ranks 10th with 165 points.
- Senior George Briggs sits at 17th in F&M history in assists (64).
- Scott Hatch is currently 10th all-time in saves, with 273 stops.
Last Time We Met Susquehanna
Kevin Mollihan scored a career-high nine goals in a 20-point outburst from the Diplomats. Luke Keating added on four goals to go along with two assists, while Sean Rogers scored twice and dished out four assists.
Tommy O'Connor paced the defense with three caused turnovers and two ground balls, and Andrew Rose ended with five ground balls after going 11-for-23 from the X.
Scott Hatch put up a strong defensive showing, with 12 saves in the cage.
Last Time We Met W&L
The Diplomats were handed their first loss of last year's season in a closely-fought matchup. Trailing 11-4 in the third, the Diplomats scored five unanswered but were unable to complete the comeback.
Kevin Mollihan led the Diplomats with four goals, while Sean Rogers and Harry Rice both scored twice. George Briggs led the team with three assists, as Rogers and Tucker McBride both notched one of their own.
F&M held a slight 32-31 edge in shots, while the Generals led 37-34 in ground balls.