No. 7 Franklin & Marshall Breezes by Bryn Mawr

BRYN MAWR, Pa. Bryn Mawr native Amalia Antonoplos made the most of her homecoming, scoring four goals and assisting on another as #7 Franklin & Marshall thumped Bryn Mawr, 19-2, in Centennial Conference (CC) action on Wednesday.

Antonoplos, a first-year, scored a pair in each half on a day where she and her classmates did the bulk of the damage. F&M's frosh accounted for a dozen goals, including the first two of the day. Ali Kelly, another Main Line native got F&M on the board first, followed by Christie Bonfiglio. Mary Mitchell recorded a hat trick and assisted on Antonoplos' third of the day before the day was through.

The Diplomats' first-year keepers, Kelsey Hoffman and Rebecca Rosen, split the game. Each made one save and allowed one goal. Bryn Mawr only mustered four shots in the game to F&M's 31.

The Owls fell to 4-4 (0-4 CC), while F&M climbed to 9-1 (3-0 CC). The Diplomats return to action on Saturday at McDaniel

2011-03-30



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