Women's Lacrosse Set for Two CC Games at Home This Week

Women's Lacrosse Set for Two CC Games at Home This Week

Game 10
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Bryn Mawr at Franklin & Marshall | Lancaster, Pa. | 4:00 p.m.
Series Record: F&M 21-0
Streak: F&M +21
Last F&M Victory: 19-0, Apr. 2, 2014
Last BM Victory: Never

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Game 11
Saturday, April 4, 2015
McDaniel at Franklin & Marshall | Lancaster, Pa. | 1:00 p.m.
Series Record: F&M 37-6
Streak: F&M +14
Last F&M Victory: 15-9, Apr. 5, 2014
Last McDaniel Victory: 6-5, May 6, 2004

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Series History: F&M faces Bryn Mawr for the 22nd time on Wednesday and the Diplomats have won every meeting, including a 19-0 win last season. The Diplomats take on McDaniel on Saturday for the 44th time and hold a 37-6 record in the series. F&M owns a 14 game winning streak, with the Green Terror's last victory occurring in 2004.

In the Rankings: Franklin & Marshall's women's lacrosse team dropped from first to fourth in the latest Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Division III Poll, released Monday.

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F&M Last Week: The Diplomats picked up their first loss of the year against No. 6 Salisbury University with a final score of 8-7. The game was tightly contested throughout the 60 minutes of action as neither led by more than two scores. Emily Everdell finished with three scores to lead the Diplomats while Gabby Frank, Paige Moriarty and Casey Madden all scored a goal. Brittney Jorgenson and Grace Saliba both dished out two assists for F&M.

Megan Kelly caused two turnovers and collected two draws while Vanessa Budd along with Anastasia Mergner finished with three ground balls.

Danielle Harrington took the loss with four saves and dropped to 3-1 and Falcone improved to 3-0 with six saves.

F&M outshot Salisbury 20-13, held a 14-10 edge in ground balls and went 9-for-9 in clear attempts.

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Gabby Frank scored six goals and handed out three assists to lead Franklin & Marshall to a 19-9 victory over Washington in the Centennial Conference (CC) women's lacrosse action last Saturday. Paige Moriarty finished with two scores and five helpers while Emily Everdell and Brittney Jorgenson both finished with a hat trick. Paige Moriarty and Grace Saliba each netted two goals and Hannah Serling, Casey Madden along with Kimberly Abruzzo all struck once.

Vanessa Budd paced the defense with four ground balls and three caused turnovers and Abruzzo caused two of her own. Natalie Delinsky had five ground balls and Mergner finished with five draws and three ground balls.

Danielle Harrington improved to 4-1 with four saves and Haylee Solomon took the loss with eight stops.

F&M outshot Washington 39-20, held a 27-16 advantage in ground balls and went 10-for-13 in clear attempts.

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Last Time We Met Bryn Mawr: Franklin & Marshall defeated Bryn Mawr 19-0 in last year's matchup. Claire Jackson led the way with three goals and one assist while Taylor Freud, Siobhan Burke, Brittney Jorgenson and Grace Saliba all finished with a pair of goals. Gabby Frank, Mary Mitchell, Caroline Krohn, Kimberly Abruzzo, Emily Everdell, Natalie Chay, Vanessa Budd and Yen Baker all tallied a goal for the Diplomats.

Freud and Anastasia Mergner both came away with three draws and Frank finished with a game-high two ground balls.

Kelsey Hoffman picked up the win with two saves and improved to 9-2 and Kaitlin Hardt finished with a save in 45 minutes of action.

F&M outshot Bryn Mawr 34-5, came away with 14-of-21 draws and went 8-for-9 in clear attempts.

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Last Time We Met McDaniel: Brittney Jorgenson and Gabby Frank combined for seven goals to lead Franklin & Marshall to a 15-9 victory over McDaniel last year on April 5th. Mary Mitchell, Christie Huidekoper, Casey Madden, Emily D'Erasmo, Anastasia Mergner, and Grace Saliba all contributed one goal each to the Diplomats' final tally.

Jorgenson finished with a team-high four goals while Frank finished with three. Baker netted two for F&M while Saliba handed out a game-high five helpers and Mergner finished with two assists.

Kelsey Hoffman picked up the win with eight saves and improved to 8-3 while Lily Galzernano took the loss with eight stops.

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