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Friday
 MSoc Logo
 3-2-1 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site
Furman
 6-1 (0-0 SoCon)
Official Web Site

Men's Soccer vs. Furman
Friday, Sept. 27 - 7 p.m.

University Park
(Free Parking & Admission)

Live Stats

 Game Notes:

  • Friday marks the first ever meeting between Furman and James Madison.
  • Sophomore goalie Kyle Morton has stopped both of the penalty kicks he has faced this season, including one in the second half of JMU's 1-1 tie with Stetson on Sunday.
  • Furman is ranked 17th in the nation by Top Drawer Soccer and fifth in the South Region by the NSCAA. The Paladins have won five straight games, all by shutout, outscoring their opponents 16-0 during that span.
  • Senior Josh Grant leads the Dukes with four goals and eight points. Seven players have chipped in with one goal apiece.

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 5-8 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site
William & Mary
 4-11 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site

Volleyball vs. William & Mary
Friday, Sept. 27 - 7 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 5-8 on the season after going 1-2 at last weekend's JMU Invitational.
  • Freshman right side Janey Goodman was named to the All-Tournament team for the third time this season. She also picked up the honor in the JMU Classic and the Carolina Classic. She leads the team with 3.19 kills per set.
  • Sophomore Jaclyn Placha made her first career start at libero last week, recordning a career-high 10 digs. 
  • Sophomore Sierra Hahn-Ventrell had a team-season-high 22 digs in Madison's 3-1 win over Campbell last Saturday.
  • William & Mary comes into the weekend having lost four straight and owns a 4-11 record on the season. The Tribe leads the all-time series with JMU 34-41, including a 3-2 win in Williamsburg a year ago.

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Official Web Site
Virginia Tech logo
Official Web Site

Hokie Fall Invite
Friday, Sept. 27 - All Day

Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center
Blacksburg, Va.

Live Stats

 Game Notes:

  • This will be the Dukes’ first visit to Blacksburg in the fall since 2010 where then-freshman Jacqueline Palmucci won the Flight ‘E’ singles title.
  • JMU will be joined by four Virginia schools (Liberty, Radford, VCU, host-Virginia Tech) as well as two schools from outside the Commonwealth (Marshall, Pittsburgh).  The Dukes faced players from Liberty, Radford and Virginia Tech at the Liberty Fall Classic.
  • JMU brought three flight titles back from the Liberty Fall Classic, two singles and one doubles.  Freshman Rachel Nelson and senior Ruxandra Andriescu tallied titles in singles play while freshman Alex Huie and junior Taylor Pinchoff teamed up for a doubles title.

 


Saturday
 WSoc Logo
 8-3 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site
W&M
 3-1-4 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site

Women's Soccer vs. William & Mary
Saturday, Sept. 28 - 7 p.m.

University Park
(Free parking and admission
)

Live Stats 

 Game Notes:

  • W&M leads the all-time series 17-11-2, including a 2-0 win at home last season.
  • The Dukes have won five straight games, while the Tribe is unbeaten in its last seven games.
  • The Tribe has four ties this season. The Dukes have played 30 straight games without a tie.
  • JMU is ranked second in the latest NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region poll, while W&M is ranked seventh.

 FB Logo

3-1 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site

Delaware
3-1 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site

#14 Football at Delaware
Saturday, Sept. 28 - 7 p.m.

Delaware Stadium - Newark, De.
Game Day Central
TV: 
Comcast SportsNet Washington

(Comcast 42 (846 HD); DirecTV 642 (SD and HD); Dish Network 424 (5424 HD)). 

Live Stats

 

 Game Notes:

  • The No. 14 Dukes and the Blue Hens, who are receiving votes in both polls, have a 20-game history, with UD leading 12-8. Delaware holds a 7-3 advantage at home, but JMU came away with the win the last time the teams played in Newark, defeating the hosts 20-8.
  • Madison has made it a habit to get off to a good start in conference action, sporting a 14-6 record in league openers since 1993, including a stellar 11-3 mark under current Head Coach Mickey Matthews.
  • All four of JMU's road conference opponents are at least receiving votes, starting with Sept. 28's game at Delaware (RV). Also on the list are trips to William & Mary (Oct. 26 - RV), New Hampshire (Nov. 9 - #7/10) and Towson (Nov. 23 - #2/3)

 WTen Logo
Official Web Site
Virginia Tech logo
Official Web Site

Hokie Fall Invite
Saturday, Sept. 28 - All Day

Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center
Blacksburg, Va.

Live Stats

 Game Notes:

  • This will be the Dukes’ first visit to Blacksburg in the fall since 2010 where then-freshman Jacqueline Palmucci won the Flight ‘E’ singles title.
  • JMU will be joined by four Virginia schools (Liberty, Radford, VCU, host-Virginia Tech) as well as two schools from outside the Commonwealth (Marshall, Pittsburgh).  The Dukes faced players from Liberty, Radford and Virginia Tech at the Liberty Fall Classic.
  • JMU brought three flight titles back from the Liberty Fall Classic, two singles and one doubles.  Freshman Rachel Nelson and senior Ruxandra Andriescu tallied titles in singles play while freshman Alex Huie and junior Taylor Pinchoff teamed up for a doubles title.

 


Sunday
 FH Logo

 5-4 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site

William & Mary logo

3-5 (0-0 CAA)
Official Web Site

Field Hockey at William & Mary
Sunday, Sept. 29 - 1 p.m.

Busch Field
Williamsburg, Va.

Live Stats

 Game Notes:

  • JMU fell 6-1 at No. 4 Virginia on Wednesday and now sits at 5-4 overall this season.  Senior Amy Goldstein scored the lone goal off a save rebound.
  • Redshirt sophomore Taylor West was named co-CAA player of the week on Tuesday for her five-goal, 12-point performance at home last week.  The Dukes defeated VCU 4-0 on Sept. 18 and handled Appalachian State 7-0 on Sept. 21.
  • This weekend marks the opening of league play for JMU as the Dukes travel to William & Mary.  JMU is 31-18-6 all-time against the Tribe, including a 6-1 record over the last seven seasons.
  • The Tribe is 3-5 this season and is on a week-long break from competition, coming off a 1-0 win over Davidson at home on Sunday, Sept. 22.

 WTen Logo
Official Web Site
Virginia Tech logo
Official Web Site

Hokie Fall Invite
Sunday, Sept. 29 - All Day

Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center
Blacksburg, Va.

Live Stats

 Game Notes:

  • This will be the Dukes’ first visit to Blacksburg in the fall since 2010 where then-freshman Jacqueline Palmucci won the Flight ‘E’ singles title.
  • JMU will be joined by four Virginia schools (Liberty, Radford, VCU, host-Virginia Tech) as well as two schools from outside the Commonwealth (Marshall, Pittsburgh).  The Dukes faced players from Liberty, Radford and Virginia Tech at the Liberty Fall Classic.
  • JMU brought three flight titles back from the Liberty Fall Classic, two singles and one doubles.  Freshman Rachel Nelson and senior Ruxandra Andriescu tallied titles in singles play while freshman Alex Huie and junior Taylor Pinchoff teamed up for a doubles title.