F&M Heads to Bryn Mawr

F&M Heads to Bryn Mawr
Game 7
Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013
Franklin & Marshall at Bryn Mawr | Bryn Mawr, Pa. | 1:00 PM
Series Record: F&M leads 20-2-1
Streak: Tie 1
Last F&M Victory: 1-0, Oct. 1, 2011
Last Bryn Mawr Victory: 5-3, Oct. 22, 1994
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Series History: F&M meets Bryn Mawr for the 24th time in a series that the Diplomats have dominated with a 20-2-1 overall mark. The Owls haven't picked up a win since a 5-3 shootout back on Oct. 22, 1994.

In the last meeting neither team could find the back of the net, with both squads having to settle for a 0-0 tie after 110 minutes of play in Bryn Mawr back on Sept. 29, 2012.

A mix of terrific defense and solid goaltending by Amanda McGowan kept the Owls off the board.  McGowan stood tall in net, stopping all three shots she faced.

Last Week: Three intermittent goals in the final 10 minutes of regulation sent a back and forth contest into overtime where the Franklin & Marshall women's soccer team had to settle for a 3-3 tie against Ursinus on Saturday evening in Centennial Conference (CC) play.

The Diplomats entered half with a 2-0 advantage after goals from Spencer Plante in the fifth minute and Nicole Rynecki in the 22nd. However, the Bears responded by outscoring F&M 3-1 in the second half, including the equalizer in the 85th minute to send the contest into overtime.

Ursinus fired 15 shots on goal against McGowan, who finished with a season-high 12 saves that included four in overtime. The Diplomats combined for 12 shots, including six on net.

To view stats from last week, click here.

On the Mark: McGowan opened the season with three-consecutive shutouts and now is tied with Erin Roy '08 for the school record with 16.

The senior netminder sits third in the conference in save percentage at .842 while placing fourth in saves (32) and goals against average (0.87).

Rynecki on a Tear: After netting a pair of goals against Ursinus on Saturday, Rynecki now has four over the team's last two contests. The junior midfielder sits fourth in the CC in goals with five and is tied for eighth in points with 10.

Scoring in Bunches: After registering only two goals through the first four games of the season, the F&M offense has found its stride by scoring five goals over its last two contests.