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Friday
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5-3 (0-0 CAA)
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UNCG
4-3 (0-0 SoCon)
Official Web Site

Women's Soccer vs. UNCG
Friday, Sept. 20 - 7 p.m.

University Park
(Free Parking & Admission)

Live Stats

Game Notes:

  • UNCG leads the all-time series 7-5-2, including a 1-0 win in overtime in the last meeting (2005).
  • Freshman Ashley Herndon was named the CAA Rookie of the Week on Monday, after tallying an assist and the game-winning goal in the team's 3-2 win over Charlotte. Herndon is the second JMU player to earn the award this season as freshman Meghan Cox received the honor following the open week of the season.
  • Senior Lauren Wilson is tied for 11th on JMU's all-time list in both goals (25) and points (62).
  • UNCG is the defending SoCon regular season champion

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4-6 (0-0 CAA)
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Wake Forest
8-1 (0-0 ACC)
Official Web Site

Volleyball vs. Wake Forest
Friday, Sept. 20 - 7:30 p.m.

Savage Gymnasium/Godwin Hall
(Free Parking & Admission)

Live Stats / MadiZONE HD SportsNet
presented by the JMU Alumni Association

Game Notes:

  • The Dukes are 4-6 on the season after going 2-1 at last weekend's Carolina Classic
  • JMU picked up a 3-0 win over Albany and rallied from a 2-0 deficit to beat George Washington 3-2 while its loss came to 18th-ranked North Carolina, 3-0.
  • Freshman right side Janey Goodman and redshirt junior setter Kristi Richardson were named to the All-Tournament team. For Goodman, it was the second consecutive week she's been named All-Tournament after also collecting the honor in the JMU Classic.
  • The Dukes are 2-3 all-time against the Demon Deacons, but the teams have not faced each other since 2006.

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Official Web Site
East Carolina
Official Web Site

ECU Fall Invitational
Friday, Sept. 20 - All Day

ECU Tennis Complex
Greenville, S.C.


Game Notes:

  • The Dukes return just two players from last year's team, sophomores Maxi Branth and Robert Stirling.
  • JMU's eight-man roster is made up of six freshmen and two sophomores, all of which will compete this weekend.
  • James Madison graduate Jordon Robinson is making his debut as the team's new assistant coach.

Saturday
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4-6 (0-0 CAA)
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Campbell
8-4 (0-0 Big South)
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Volleyball vs. Campbell
Saturday, Sept. 21 - 12:30 p.m.

Savage Gymnasium/Godwin Hall
(Parking & Free Shuttle from R1 Lot.
Free Admission)

Live Stats / MadiZONE HD SportsNet
presented by the JMU Alumni Association (Audio only)

Game Notes:

  • Freshman right side Janey Goodman collected her second 20-plus kill performance of the season with 22 in the win over George Washington. She enters the weekend with a team-best 2.95 kills per set average.
  • Junior middle blocker Lizzy Briones collected 10 blocks in JMU's win over George Washington. It is her second 10-plus block peformance of the season and she ranks second in the CAA with 1.26 blocks per set.
  • The Dukes lead the all-time series with Campbell 7-1. The teams last met in 2004 with JMU coming away with a 3-0 victory.

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4-3 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site

App State
2-3 (1-1 NorPac)
Official Web Site

Field Hockey vs. Appalachian State
Saturday, Sept. 21 - 1 p.m.

JMU Field Hockey Complex
(F
ree Parking and Admission)

Live Stats

Game Notes:

  • JMU won its third home game in three tries on Wed., Sept. 21, as the Dukes shutout the VCU Rams 4-0.
  • In the 4-0 win over VCU, redshirt sophomore Taylor West notched her third-career hat trick. She now has eight goals on the season.
  • Sophomore Adrienne le Vatte scored her first goal of the season against VCU, a tip-in off a corner shot in the 40th minute of the game. She also tallied her first assist in the win, as her pass deflected off of West’s stick and into the net for the first JMU goal of the night.
  • Appalachian State is 2-3 on the season, including two losses in neutral-site games played at the JMU Field Hockey Complex. The Mountaineers are coming off a 2-1 win on their home turf against Davidson.


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2-1 (0-0 CAA)
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Charlotte
2-1
Official Web Site

Football vs. Charlotte
Saturday, Sept. 21 - 6 p.m.

Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field
(Tickets Still Available)

Live Stats / MadiZONE HD SportsNet
presented by the JMU Alumni Association

Game Notes:

  • James Madison will play its second straight home game when the Dukes host Charlotte tonight at Bridgeforth Stadium. Not only is the second of back-to-back home games but it is also the second of four of the next five that the Dukes will play at home.
  • This is the first time that the Dukes and 49ers have met on the football field. In fact, this is just the fourth game in Charlotte’s football existence, as a program.
  • Running back Dae’Quan Scott continues to eat up yardage for the Dukes in his career.Scott has been a workhorse for JMU this season, posting 100-yard rushing games in each of the first three contests, giving him 15 for his career. Scott surged up the JMU career rushing charts to fourth with 2,709 yards, just behind JMU Hall of Famer Curtis Keaton (1998-99) in third at 2,783 and trailing Rodney Landers (2005-08) in second at 3,477 yards. Scott just surpassed Marshall for the career touchdown lead with his 35th score against Saint Francis.

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4-6 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site
Cleveland State
8-2 (0-0 Horizon)
Official Web Site

Volleyball vs. Cleveland State
Saturday, Sept. 21 - 7:30 p.m.

Savage Gymnasium/Godwin Hall
(Parking & Free Shuttle in R1 Lot. Free Admission)

Live Stats

Game Notes:

  • JMU starts an eight-match home stand starting this weekend, including its first five matches of CAA play. Following this weekend's action, the Dukes host William & Mary, the College of Charleston, UNCW, Towson and Delaware at Sinclair Gymnasium over the next three weekends.
  • Madison is 1-2 at home this season and now owns a 30-13 records in Sinclair Gymnasium in four seasons under Head Coach Lauren Steinbrecher. The record includes a 16-7 mark in non-conference matches and a 12-6 mark in tournaments.
  • Cleveland State and JMU have not played since 1997 with each team having won once in two meetings. JMU won the last meeting, 3-0, on a neutral floor.

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Official Web Site
Wake Forest
Official Web Site

Towson Invitational
Saturday, Sept. 21 - 10:30 a.m.

Oregon Ridge Park
Towson, Md.

Game Notes:

  • The Dukes open their 2013 season at the Towson Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 21, as they return several top runners from the 2012 Colonial Athletic Association runner-up squad.
  • This weekend will be JMU’s first look at Towson’s course, the site of the 2013 CAA Championships.
  • Sophomore Jenna Flickinger returns to the course after an All-CAA season as a freshman.
  • Four Dukes will begin their senior campaigns for the purple and gold this weekend: Erin Lopresti, Carrie Payne, Kelsey Seymour, and Julie Strange.


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Official Web Site
ECU
Official Web Site

ECU Fall invitational
Saturday, Sept. 21 - All Day

ECU Tennis Complex
Greenville, S.C.

Game Notes:

  • The Dukes return just two players from last year's team, sophomore Maxi Branth and Robert Stirling.
  • JMU's eight-man roster is made up of six freshmen and two sophomores, all of which will compete this weekend.
  • James Madison graduate Jordon Robinson is making his debut as the team's new assistant coach.

Sunday
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3-2 (0-0 CAA)
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Stetson

1-4-1 (0-0 A-Sun)
Official Web Site

Men's Soccer vs. Stetson
Sunday, Sept. 22 - 1 p.m.

University Park
(Free Parking and Admission)

Live Stats / MadiZONE HD SportsNet
presented by the JMU Alumni Association

Game Notes:

  • Sunday marks the first ever meeting between JMU and Stetson.
  • The Dukes are coming off a 1-1 week, rolling to a 6-1 win at home over VMI, and falling at nationally-ranked Georgetown 1-0 in overtime.
  • Five players scored in JMU's win over VMI, including a pair of goals by Josh Grant. It was his second two-goal game of the season.
  • Stetson was picked by the A-Sun coaches to finish eighth in the nine-team league.

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5-3 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site
Stetson
1-4-2 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site

Women's Soccer at Longwood
Sunday, Sept. 22 - 7 p.m.

Lancer Courts
Farmville, Va.

Live Stats | Big South Network

Game Notes:

  • Sunday marks the first meeting between Longwood and James Madison.
  • The Lancers are coming off a 4-2 loss at UNC-Wilmington.
  • Longwood was picked by the Big South coaches to finish fourth in the 12-team league.


MTEN Logo
Official Web Site
ECU
Official Web Site

ECU Fall Invitational
Sunday, Sept. 22 - All Day

ECU Tennis Complex
Greenville, S.C.

Game Notes:

  • The Dukes return just two players from last year's team, sophomores Maxi Brant and Robert Stirling.
  • JMU's eight-man roster is made up of six freshmen and two sophomores, all of which will compete this weekend.
  • James Madison graduate Jordon Robinson is set to make his debut as the team's new assistant coach.