GETTYSBURG, Pa. – Three second-half goals in 10 minutes gave No. 13 Franklin & Marshall the 3-0 victory over Gettysburg in Centennial Conference (CC) field hockey action on Wednesday afternoon.
The Diplomats improved to 11-2, 6-1 CC while the Bullets dropped to 6-6, 3-3 CC.
Mynott notched her second goal of the game in the 60th minute of play after Melissa Gula delivered a pass from the top of the circle. Mynott's shot soared into the middle of the goal to bring the final score to 3-0.
The Bullets got their best scoring chance at the beginning of the game, firing back-to-back shots in the opening minute of action, but Ilianna Santangelo was able to come up with the saves to keep Gettysburg off the board.
The Diplomats dominated possession, owning a 40-5 edge in shots and a 14-1 advantage in penalty corners. Erin Coverdale paced the offense with six shots, followed by Kennedy and Emily Nagle with five.
Santangelo (11-2) earned the win after turning away four shots while Jillian Caputo (6-6) took the loss after a 20-save performance.
F&M returns to Lancaster on Saturday to host Washington College at 12:00 p.m.