F&M Heads into Final Week of Regular Season - Week 9 Game Notes

F&M Heads into Final Week of Regular Season - Week 9 Game Notes

Game 15
Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018
F&M vs. Eastern | Lancaster | 7:00 PM

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Series Record: Tied 1-1
Streak: F&M +1
Last F&M Victory: 1-0, Oct. 24, 2017
Last EU Victory: 2-0, Sept. 23, 2009

Game 16
Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018
F&M vs. No. 4 Hopkins | Lancaster | 3:00 PM

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Series Record: JHU leads 24-3-2
Streak: JHU Leads +16
Last F&M Victory: 1-0, Oct. 4, 1997
Last JHU Victory: 2-0, Oct. 28, 2017

Franklin & Marshall heads into the final week of the regular season, looking to close out 2018 on a high note with a pair of home games against Eastern on Wednesday and No. 4-ranked Johns Hopkins on Saturday.

Series History: F&M is set to take on Eastern for the third time in school history. Last year, the Diplomats slipped past the Eagles on the road in a 1-0 victory that saw Reanna Leoni tally a 79th-minute game winner. 

Hopkins heads into this weekend's contest as a winner of 16th-straight against F&M. The Diplomats' last victory in the series occurred back in the 1997 season.

Senior Day: Before the start of Saturday's regular-season finale against Johns Hopkins, F&M will honor its three-member senior class of Meghan Byrne, Sabrina Graziano, and Lauren Kranis.

Last Week: Nicolette Runko tallied a pair of goals as F&M battled back from a first-half deficit to earn its first Centennial Conference (CC) win of the season with a 4-1 bashing of Bryn Mawr on Saturday afternoon. 

Anna Goorevich (37th minute) and Maija Woodruff (86th minute) also tallied goals for the Diplomats. 

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Among the Leaders: Goalkeeper Gabby Panayotakis stands fourth among the Conference leaders in saves with 59. As a team, the Diplomats rank second in total saves with 84. 

Record Book Watch: In just her sophomore season, Panayotakis' 143 career saves already places 10th on the program's career list. Ami Sheinberg '87 leads the way with 509. Her six shutouts are tied for seventh. Amanda McGowan '13 tops the list with 19 in her storied career.