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Junior Katie Menzie and the Dukes prepare for two home games this weekend.Courtesy: JMUSports.com
JMU Women's Soccer Notes, Oct. 4, 2011
Courtesy:JMUSports.com Release:10/04/2011
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Head Coach:  Dave Lombardo, 22nd JMU season, 268-167-31; 29th career season, 346-202-39

This Season:  5-5-2 overall, 2-2-0 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:
It was a week of single-goal games for the Dukes, who finished the week with a split.  JMU topped Towson 1-0 in overtime at home on Sept. 29.  Then, in a re-match of the 2010 CAA semifinals, JMU dropped a 1-0 decision at George Mason on Oct. 2.  (JMU won last year's CAA semifinal on PKs.)

This Week:
JMU returns home for CAA matches against Georgia State on Oct. 7 (7 p.m.) and North Carolina Wilmington on Oct. 9 (1 p.m.). Live Stats (both games) | Delayed Subscriber Internet Video (UNCW)

Free Live Internet Audio, Delayed Subscriber Internet Video Coverage for Oct. 9 UNCW Game:  MadiZONE, the Internet audio and video source of JMU Sports, will provide free live audio coverage and delayed subscriber video coverage of the Dukes' match against UNCW. 

Did You Know?  JMU is unbeaten in overtime (2-0-2) this season.   In 2010 the Dukes failed to win in overtime (0-2-1).

Scouting Georgia State:  The Panthers have a 5-8-0 overall record and are 2-2-0 in league play.
     Georgia State's CAA wins have come at Delaware (2-1 OT) and at home vs. Old Dominion (4-0), and the losses were at Drexel (1-0) and at William and Mary (3-0).
     The Panthers have won four of their last six matches.
     Georgia State was picked by the CAA coaches to finish seventh in the 12-team league.

The Series with Georgia State: When JMU lost 2-1 in overtime at Georgia State last season, it marked the first time in the six-game series that the Panthers had beaten the Dukes.
     JMU leads the all-time series 4-1-1.
 
JMU vs. Georgia State All-Time
JMU leads the series 4-1-1.
Home:  3-0-0
Away:  1-1-1
Neutral:  0-0-0

Date, Result, Score, Site, Postseason Note
10/7/05, W, 1-0, H
9/22/06, T, 0-0, 2 OT, A
9/28/07, W, 3-1, H
10/5/08, W, 4-2, A
10/4/09, W, 1-0, H
10/8/10, L, 1-2, OT, A

Scouting UNCW:  The Seahawks take a 2-9-0 overall record and an 0-3 league record into a game at Virginia Commonwealth on Oct. 7.  In CAA competition UNCW has dropped games at Drexel (3-1), at Old Dominion (3-2) and at home to William and Mary (3-0). 
     UNCW was picked by the CAA coaches to finish sixth in the 12-team league.  The Seahawks won the CAA title in 2009.

The Series with UNCWJMU leads the all-time series 16-4, but UNCW has won two of the last three meetings, both by 1-0 scores in 2009.  UNCW edged JMU 1-0 in overtime in regular-season play in Harrisonburg and beat the Dukes 1-0 in the CAA final at Northeastern.  The winning goal in the CAA championship match came on a penalty kick. 
     JMU won last year's meeting 2-1 at UNCW.

JMU vs. UNCW All-Time
JMU leads the series 16-4-0.
Home:  8-1-0
Away:  6-2-0
Neutral:  2-1-0

Date, Result, Score, Site, Postseason Note
11/6/94, W, 9-0, A
10/22/95, W, 11-0, H
10/18/96, W, 4-1, A
10/10/97, W, 2-0, H
10/16/98, W, 3-2, A
10/16/99, W, 2-0, H
10/22/00, L, 1-2, A
11/2/00, W, 1-0, Virginia Beach, Va., CAA 1st Rd
10/20/01, W, 6-0, H
10/18/02, W, 2-0, H
10/18/03, W, 2-1, A
10/24/04, W, 4-0, H
10/9/05, W, 4-0, H
9/24/06, L, 0-2, A
11/2/06, W, 2-0, Brookline, Mass., CAA Semis
9/30/07, W, 2-0, H
10/3/08, W, 2-0, A
10/2/09, L, 0-1, OT, H
11/8/09, L, 0-1, Brookline, Mass., CAA Final
10/10/10, W, 2-1, A

Barndt Among CAA Top 20:  Red-shirt senior midfielder Jessica Barndt has been rated among the top 20 players in the CAA by TopDrawerSoccer.com.
     Barndt is ranked 17th on the list.

Steady in Overtime:  With last week's 1-0 extra-time victory over Towson, JMU remained unbeaten (2-0-2) in overtime games this season.

Riding the Roller Coaster:  The Dukes have not put together back-to-back wins since winning three in a row Aug. 26 (Pittsburgh), Aug. 28 (Stony Brook) and Sept. 4 (Richmond).
     However, the Dukes have not lost consecutive games this season.
     Since the three-game winning streak early in the season, JMU's record has been 2-4-1.

National RankingsFour 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 received votes in the NSCAA poll for two weeks in September.
 
JMU Opponents in the National Polls (Oct. 3/4)
School, Game Date, Site (Result), Ranking*
Virginia Tech, Aug. 21, home (L 1-3), votes | nr
Georgetown, Sept. 9, away (L 0-2), votes | nr
Maryland, Sept. 11, home (T 0-0, 2 OT), 17 | 11
William and Mary, Oct. 21, home, votes | 24th
*NSCAA | Soccer America

In the Region:
  JMU and five of the Dukes' opponents are ranked or receiving votes in the Oct. 4 Mid-Atlantic Region Top 10 (NSCAA).  Ranked are William and Mary (#2), Penn (#4), Richmond (#7), George Mason (#8), JMU (tied #10) and Delaware (tied #10).
     JMU opponents ranked in other regions include Georgetown (#4 in Northeast), Maryland (#7 in Southeast) and Virginia Tech (#8 in Southeast).

Earlier Notes
Aug. 17
Aug. 24
Aug. 31
Sept. 7
Sept. 14
Sept. 21
Sept. 27


 

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