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Junior Elisa Davidson is a starter for a Dukes' defense that has shut out its lastCourtesy: Photography/JMU Athletics Communications
JMU Women's Soccer Notes, Sept. 7, 2011
Courtesy:JMUSports.com Release:09/07/2011

Head Coach:  Dave Lombardo, 22nd JMU season, 266-163-30; 29th career season, 344-198-38

This Season:  3-1-1 overall, 0-0-0 in Colonial Athletic Association

Last Season (2010):
  15-7-1 overall, 9-2-0 (second place regular-season) in CAA; CAA Tournament champion; NCAA second round (round of 32); 10th NCAA Tournament appearance in last 16 years

Last Week:
JMU shut out Richmond 2-0 at home on Sept. 4 in the Dukes' only action of the week.

This Week:
JMU plays at Georgetown on Sept. 9 (3 p.m.).  Subscriber Video | GameTracker (Stats)

The Dukes host #3/3 Maryland on Sept. 11 (7 p.m., note time change from 1 p.m.). | Live Stats | Delayed Subscriber Internet Video

Live Internet Coverage for Sept. 9 Georgetown Game: GU Hoyas Videos will provide a subscription live video stream of the match for $9.95.

Delayed Internet Coverage for Sept. 11 Maryland Game:  MadiZONE, the Internet audio and video source of JMU Sports, will provide delayed subscriber video coverage of the Dukes' match against Maryland.

Did You Know?  JMU has scored 11 goals this season, and that production has come from 10 players.  The only player to have scored more than once?  Freshman Katie Hyland.

Win & Shutout Streak at Three:  JMU takes a three-game winning and three-game shutout streak into Friday's game at Georgetown.  The school record for consecutive shutouts is four, by the 2005 team.
     The 1994 team also had a string of three straight shutouts, and the Dukes recorded three consecutive shutouts over the 1990 and 1991 seasons.
     Redshirt freshman Kate Courter has played every minute in goal for JMU in the team's first five games.
     Courter and the Dukes have not been scored upon in the last 278:59.

Scouting Georgetown:  The Hoyas (4-2-0) were ranked as high as #13 in the national polls before losing 3-1 at William and Mary on Sept. 2; that dropped Georgetown out of the Top 25.  Georgetown's only other loss was a 4-1 defeat at home to Stanford, which is ranked #2 in the latest national polls.  The Hoyas were picked to finish second behind defending NCAA champion Notre Dame in the Big East Conference's seven-team National Division, as voted by the league's coaches.

The Series with GeorgetownThe Hoyas lead the series 4-3-1, and Georgetown has won the last two meetings, a 4-0 victory at home in 2009 and a 1-0 decision at JMU in 2010.

JMU vs. Georgetown All-Time
Georgetown leads the series 4-3-1.
Home:  2-2-0
Away: 1-2-1
Neutral:  0-0-0

Date, JMU Result, Score, Site
9/26/00, W, 5-4, H
10/7/01, L, 0-2, A
9/11/02, L, 0-3, H
10/13/03, T, 1-1, 2 OT, A
9/17/06, W, 1-0, A
9/4/07, W, 2-1, H
9/2/09, L, 0-4, A
9/10/10, L, 0-1, H

Scouting Maryland:  The Terps (5-0-1) were ranked #3 in both national polls entering a Sept. 7 game vs. American.  Maryland's only non-win was a scoreless double-overtime tie with #2 ranked Stanford.  The Terps were picked to finish fifth in the 11-team Atlantic Coast Conference, as voted by the league's coaches.

The Series with MarylandMaryland leads the all-time series 11-4-1, but the teams are meeting for only the second time in the past nine seasons.  The Terps have won the last three meetings and have a 4-0-1 record over the last five meetings.  The last time the teams faced each other Maryland won 1-0 on its home field in 2009.  The Dukes have not beaten the Terrapins since 1999, a 2-1 victory at Maryland.

JMU vs. Maryland All-Time
Maryland leads the series 11-4-1.
Home:  2-5-0
Away: 2-6-1
Neutral:  0-0-0

Date, Result, Score, Site, Postseason Note
9/23/90, W, 4-1, H
10/3/91, W, 3-1, A
9/29/92, L, 0-1, H
9/29/93, L, 1-2, A
9/29/94, W, 3-1, H
10/18/95, L, 1-2, A
11/18/95, L, 1-6, A, NCAA Rd of 16
9/13/96, L, 1-2, OT, H
9/4/97, L, 0-2, A
10/6/98, L, 0-1, H
9/26/99, W, 2-1, A
10/17/00, L, 1-2, H
10/17/01, T, 0-0, 2 OT, A
10/28/02, L, 1-4, H
10/1/03, L, 0-6, A
9/13/09, L, 0-1, A

National Rankings:  JMU received votes in the latest NSCAA Top 25 poll, and four Dukes' opponents are ranked or are receiving votes in the latest national polls.  JMU's ranked or vote-getting opponents include Maryland, Virginia Tech, Georgetown and William and Mary.
JMU Opponents in the National Polls (Sept. 5/6)
School, Game Date, Site (Result), Ranking*
Virginia Tech, Aug. 21, home (L 1-3), 25/15
Georgetown, Sept. 9, away, votes/nr
Maryland, Sept. 11, home, 3/3
William and Mary, Oct. 21, home, votes/21
*NSCAA/Soccer America

In the Region:
  JMU and two of the Dukes' opponents are ranked or receiving votes in the Sept. 6 Mid-Atlantic Region Top 10 (NSCAA).  Ranked are William and Mary (#1), JMU (#3) and Hofstra (#5).
     JMU opponents ranked in other regions include Villanova (#4 in Northeast), Georgetown (#5 in Northeast), Maryland (#2 in Southeast) and Virginia Tech (#8 in Southeast).

Earlier Notes
Aug. 17
Aug. 24
Aug. 31

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