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Friday
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 6-10 (1-2 CAA)
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Towson
 6-15 (0-3 CAA)
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Volleyball vs. Towson
Friday, Oct. 11 - 7 p.m.

Godwin Hall/Sinclair Gymnasium
(Free Parking & Admission)

Live Stats

 Game Notes:

  • This is the final weekend of an eight-match homestand for JMU, including five straight home matches in CAA play.
  • Junior middle blocker Lizzy Briones averaged 4.00 kills per set on .385 hitting last weekend. The Siloam Springs, Ark., native is averaging 2.79 kills on .297 hitting ranking her fifth in the conference in attack percentage.
  • Sophomore MacKenzie Kleespies started both matches at libero last weekend and averaged 4.44 digs per set in 36 sets played. This season she ranks fifth in the conference with 3.48 digs per set.
  • This is the 37th meeting this weekend with JMU holding a moderate 19-17 lead in the all-time series. Towson has won the last two meetings, including a 3-2 win in Harrisonburg in 2012.

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Navy
Official Web Site

Navy Blue & Gold Invitational
Friday, Oct. 11 - 12 p.m.

Fluegel-Moore Tennis Stadium (outdoor)
Tose Family Tennis Center (indoor)
Annapolis, Md.

 Game Notes:

  • JMU will face competitors from eight different schools: host-Navy, CAA-foe Towson, UMBC, Howard, Longwood, Mary Washington, Georgetown and George Washington.
  • The Dukes are making their third-straight appearance at a fall tournament hosted by Navy.  Last season, Ruxandra Andriescu and Cara Wirth each tallied flight titles in singles play.  Taylor Pinchoff earned a flight title in doubles play with former Duke Michelle Nguyen (JMU ’13).
  • This is the final tournament for the Dukes before the ITA Regionals begin in Charlottesville, Va., on Oct. 18.

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Virginia Tech logo
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Virginia Tech Swimming Challenge
Friday, Oct. 11 - 3:45 p.m. (Diving)
                         5 p.m. (Swimming)

Christiansburg Aquatic Center
Christiansburg, Va.

 Game Notes:

  • Redshirt freshman diver Taryn McLaughlin was named CAA Diver of the Week this week after winning both diving events at Radford last weekend. McLaughlin recorded NCAA Zone A Qualifying scorers in both events and was joined by sophomore Carly Alexander in qualifying for the Zone Meets.
  • Junior Aimee Hooper also won a pair of events for the Dukes last weekend. She won the 1,000-yard freestyle and the 200-yard individual medley
  • Scoring for the meet will be standard dual meet scoring (9-4-3-2-1 Individual events; 11-4-2 relays) with 17 swimming events and both diving events.

Saturday
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4-2 (1-1 CAA)
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Richmond
 2-3 (0-1 CAA)
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No. 19/21 Football vs. Richmond
Saturday, Oct. 12 - 3:30 p.m.

Bridgeforth Stadium
NBC Sports Network

Game Day Central

 Game Notes:

  • This is the second-longest running series of any JMU opponent this season, as this will be the 31st time that the Dukes and Spiders have clashed on the football field. Richmond holds a 17-13 advantage in this interesting series.
  • JMU had two football players earn Colonial Athletic Association Football Player of the Week honors, as sophomore punter Conner Arnone was named Special Teams Player of the Week and redshirt-freshman linebacker Gage Steele earned Rookie of the Week honors. In addition, Steele was named as The Sports Network Freshman of the Week for his play against UAlbany, the first national honor for the linebacker.
  • Redshirt-freshman linebacker Gage Steele has been named to the Jerry Rice Award Watch List for the most outstanding freshman in Division I FCS this season.
  • Redshirt-junior Daniel Brown has made his presence felt this season. Last week against UAlbany, Brown had five catches for  86 yards and three touchdowns, with the three touchdown catches tying a school and stadium single-game record.
  • Redshirt-senior running back Dae'Quan Scott became the Dukes’ all-time scoring leader at 240 points, passing kicker David Rabil (2003-06) at 231 points. The Staunton, Va., native also went over the 3,000-yard career rushing mark against the Great Danes, as his 19 carries for 88 yards and two touchdowns put him at 3,023, career yards, currently eighth among active FCS players.

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Official Web Site

Navy
Official Web Site

Navy Blue & Gold Invitational
Saturday, Oct. 12 - 9 a.m.

Fluegel-Moore Tennis Stadium (outdoor)
Tose Family Tennis Center (indoor)
Annapolis, Md.

 Game Notes:

  • JMU will face competitors from eight different schools: host-Navy, CAA-foe Towson, UMBC, Howard, Longwood, Mary Washington, Georgetown and George Washington.
  • The Dukes are making their third-straight appearance at a fall tournament hosted by Navy.  Last season, Ruxandra Andriescu and Cara Wirth each tallied flight titles in singles play.  Taylor Pinchoff earned a flight title in doubles play with former Duke Michelle Nguyen (JMU ’13).
  • This is the final tournament for the Dukes before the ITA Regionals begin in Charlottesville, Va., on Oct. 18.

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4-5-1 (0-2 CAA)
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UNCW
5-4-1 (1-1 CAA)
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Men's Soccer at UNC Wilmington
Saturday, Oct. 12 - 7 p.m.

UNCW Soccer Stadium
Wilmington, N.C.

Live Stats

 Game Notes:

  • JMU leads the all-time series 25-9-2 and has won the past three matchups.
  • Sophomore Daniel Roppert scored his third goal of the season in the Dukes' 2-1 loss to Delaware on Wednesday. He is second on the team in goals. Senior Adam Bastidas registered his team-leading third assist.
  • Eight players have combined to score the Seahawks' 12 goals this season. No players has scored more than two.

Sunday
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 10-4 (2-1 CAA)
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Towson

7-6-1 (2-2 CAA)
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Women's Soccer vs. Towson
Sunday, Oct. 13 - 1 p.m.

University Park
Free Parking and Admission

Live Stats

 Game Notes:

  • JMU is unbeaten against Towson, holding an 11-0-0 advantage in the all-time series.
  • Freshman Ashley Herndon earned her second CAA Rookie of the Week Honor on Oct. 6. Herndon scored game-winners in conference wins over Delaware and Drexel.
  • Towson's Emily Banes shares the conference lead with 28 points. She is second in both goals (11) and assists (6).

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 6-10 (1-2 CAA)
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Delaware

9-8 (1-2 CAA)
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Volleyball vs. Delaware
Sunday, Oct. 13 - 1 p.m.

Godwin Hall/Sinclair Gymnasium
Harrisonburg, Va.

Live Stats | Madizone HD Sportsnet

 Game Notes:

  • In last weekend's match against UNCW, JMU collected a season-high 96 digs. It was the most by the team since diggin up 103 attacks at Georgia State on Oct. 26, 2007.
  • Four JMU players set new career-highs for digs in the match against UNCW with MacKenzie Kleespies leading the way with 25. Freshmen Janey Goodman (10 digs) and Hanna Radhi (three) and sophomore Jaclyn Placha (14) also all set new career-bests.
  • With 10 kills and 10 digs against UNCW, Goodman recorded the first double-double of her career. She is the sixth JMU player to record a double-double, joining Meghan Niski (six times), Kleespies (five times), Kristi Richardson (five times), Sarah Patterson (two times) and Lizzy Briones (one time).
  • This is the 42nd meeting between JMU and Delaware with the Blue Hens leading the all-time series 23-18. Delaware has won five of the last six meetings between the clubs.

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Official Web Site
Navy logo
Official Web Site

Navy Blue & Gold Invitational
Sunday, Oct. 13 - 9 a.m.

Fluegel-Moore Tennis Stadium (outdoor)
Tose Family Tennis Center (indoor)
Annapolis, Md.

 Game Notes:

  • JMU will face competitors from eight different schools: host-Navy, CAA-foe Towson, UMBC, Howard, Longwood, Mary Washington, Georgetown and George Washington.
  • The Dukes are making their third-straight appearance at a fall tournament hosted by Navy.  Last season, Ruxandra Andriescu and Cara Wirth each tallied flight titles in singles play.  Taylor Pinchoff earned a flight title in doubles play with former Duke Michelle Nguyen (JMU ’13).
  • This is the final tournament for the Dukes before the ITA Regionals begin in Charlottesville, Va., on Oct. 18.