Diplomats Face No. 1 Gettysburg and Bryn Mawr - Week 7 Game Notes

Diplomats Face No. 1 Gettysburg and Bryn Mawr - Week 7 Game Notes

Game 11
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 | 7:00 PM
No. 7 F&M vs. No. 1 Gettysburg
Live Video (HD) | Live Stats
Series Record: F&M leads 32-29-1
Last F&M Victory: 8-4, April 4, 2018
Last Gettysburg Victory: 15-7, May 6, 2018 (CC Championship)
Game 12
Saturday, April 6, 2019 | 12:00 PM
No. 7 F&M at Bryn Mawr
Live Video | Live Stats
Series Record: F&M leads 25-0
Last F&M Victory: 18-0, April 6, 2018
Last Bryn Mawr Victory: N/A
Series History

F&M faces Gettysburg for the 63rd time in program history. The Diplomats hold a slight 32-29-1 series record, with the teams splitting last year. The winner of the regular season game has earned the top seed and the right to host the Centennial Conference Playoffs since 2003.
The Diplomats then host Bryn Mawr on Saturday, looking to extend a 25-game winning streak and keep a perfect all-time record against the Owls.


F&M dropped a spot to No. 7 in the latest IWCLA Coaches poll. Gettysburg remained in the top spot while Haverford (23rd) rounds out the Centennial Conference (CC) schools.

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F&M Last Week

F&M went 1-1 last week. The Diplomats dropped a 9-5 game to No. 4 Salisbury on Wednesday (Recap), before surviving a late second-half surge by Haverford on Saturday to escape with an 18-17 win (Recap).
Last Time We Met Gettysburg

No. 7 Franklin & Marshall fell to No. 4 Gettysburg by a 15-7 tally in the Centennial Conference (CC) Women's Lacrosse Championship last year.
Gettysburg led in draw controls 19-5. The Diplomats went 16-for-18 on clear attempts. Moriarty, Kolva, and Jackson each netted two goals on the day. Katie Groenke led with two assists. 
Goalkeeper Danielle Harrington (16-4) came away with six saves, and Hughes recorded two caused turnovers while defender Maggie Hanzsche picked up three groundballs.
Last Time We Met Bryn Mawr

Hannah Serling had three scores and four assists to lead F&M to an 18-0 win. Maddie Hughes finished with three goals and two assists while Caroline Kolva and Megan Jackson both struck twice. Claire Monagan had a goal, and an assist and Anya Chopoorian, Grace Norley and Bridget O'Donnell all had a goal. Aly Saliba finished with a goal and an assist.
Jane Cote had five assists, Katie Groenke handed out two helpers, and Juliann Lisovicz finished with one. Danielle Harrington picked up the victory with three stops.