Three CC Games Slated for F&M - Week 4 Game Notes

Three CC Games Slated for F&M - Week 4 Game Notes

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Game 6
Monday, Dec. 2, 2019
F&M at Bryn Mawr | Bryn Mawr | 7:00 PM

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Series Record: F&M Leads 36-1
Streak: F&M +21
In CC Play: F&M 35-1
Last F&M Victory: 65-41, Feb. 9, 2019 - Lancaster
Last BMC Victory: 47-45, Feb. 3, 2007 - Bryn Mawr

Game 7
Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019
F&M vs. Haverford | Lancaster | 6:00 PM

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Series Record: F&M Leads 25-18
Streak: HC +14
In CC Play: F&M 24-18
Last F&M Victory: 64-51, Jan. 28, 2012 - Lancaster
Last HC Victory: 62-56, Jan. 19, 2019 – Lancaster

Game 8
Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019
F&M at Washington | Chestertown, Md. | 1:00 PM

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Series Record: F&M Leads 29-9
Streak: F&M +8
In CC Play: F&M 29-9
Last F&M Victory: 66-61 (OT), Feb. 2,, 2019 - Lancaster
Last WAC Victory: 69-55, Feb. 7, 2015 - Chestertown

Series History

Franklin & Marshall begins the week Monday at Bryn Mawr. The Diplomats currently own a 21-game winning streak against the Owls.

The Diplomats return home Wednesday, hosting Haverford, at 6:00 p.m. F&M holds a 13-9 record when taking on the Fords in Lancaster.

F&M travels to Maryland to take on Washington Saturday afternoon. Hoping to use a 15-6 record when playing in Chestertown to their advantage, the Diplomats aim to extend their active win streak over the Shorewomen to nine games.

F&M Last Week

The Diplomats defeated Dickinson in the Centennial Conference (CC) opener on Saturday, Nov. 23, storming all the way back from an 11-point first-half deficit to win the game 72-57. Kristin Hamill poured in 19 points, including 3-of-5 from distance, and Sarosha Parsons tallied 11 points and 13 boards for a double-double.

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F&M fell to the Gettysburg, 86-56, in CC action on Tuesday night. Hamill recorded a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds as four Diplomats scored in double figures. Carly Rice paced the Bullets' offense with 23 points off the bench.

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Last Meeting with Bryn Mawr

F&M downed Bryn Mawr in decisive fashion last season, taking a 65-41 Senior Day victory. Haley Pilone led all scorers with 25 points, going 7-for-10 from behind the arc. Hamill followed with 13 points and brought down nine boards.

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Last Meeting with Haverford

In January, the Diplomats fell by a 62-56 deficit to the Fords despite a 21-16 advantage over Haverford in the fourth quarter. Kenna Williams recorded a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

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Last Meeting with Washington

The Diplomats were down by 11 at the start of the fourth quarter, but went on a 12-0 run to get the score within one, 54-53, with just over three minutes to go in regulation. Washington went back up by four with a minute left, but F&M forced a key turnover that led to a game-tying jumper from Hamill that forced overtime, where the Diplomats went on to win, 56-51.

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Among the Leaders (CC)

Kenna Williams (11.4) and Kristin Hamill (10.2) are first and second in the CC, respectively, in rebounds per game. They are the only two players in the Conference that average double-digit boards.

Hamill enters the week third in the Conference in assists (3.2) and points (16.8) per game. Her 4.0 assists-to-turnover ratio is the top mark in the CC.

Williams (2.2), Sarosha Parsons (1.6), and Hamill (1.4) are first, second, and fourth, respectively in blocks per game, with Williams the only player in the CC tallying more than two blocks per contest.

Williams is fourth in the CC in field goal percentage at 55.8 percent.

Milestone Watch

Kristin Hamill enters the week with 975 career points, 25 away from becoming the 16th Diplomat to eclipse the 1,000-points mark for her career. The senior center is also tied for 11th on the career rebounds list with 598, 12 away from entering the top-10 in school history.

Interim head coach Beth Elbon enters the week with 98 career victories at the helm of the Diplomats, just two away from becoming the second coach in the history of the women's basketball program to eclipse 100 career wins.