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Merch Madness
Jessica Barndt and her senior teammates won 48 games over the past four years.Courtesy: JMUSports.com
Women's Soccer Notes, Nov. 1, 2011
Courtesy:JMUSports.com Release:11/01/2011
Head Coach:  Dave Lombardo, 22nd JMU season, 271-170-32; 29th career season, 349-205-40

This Season:
  8-8-3 overall, 5-5-1 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:
lost 2-0 at Virginia Commonwealth on Oct. 28 in the final game of the season.

This Week:
Season completed.

Did You Know?
  JMU is the only program in the CAA to have qualified for the league tournament every season from 2002-10.  (Prior to 2002 every league team participated in the tournament, but qualification has been limited to four or six teams since then.) 

CAA Standings:
 The Dukes finished tied for sixth place with Northeastern but did not qualify for the six-team CAA Tournament due to JMU's regular-season loss to the Huskies.
     William and Mary finished first in the CAA Standings.  As the top seed the Tribe will host the CAA Tournament on Nov. 3, 4 and 6. 
     VCU was second and George Mason, Delaware and Hofstra tied for third to earn the other spots in the CAA Tournament, along with sixth-place Northeastern.
     Only three points separated the number three through eight teams in the final eague standings. 

Julien Wins Gold
Former JMU player Christina "Corky" Julien ('10) and Team Canada won the Pan American Games gold medal on Oct. 27 in Guadalajara, Mexico.
     Canada beat Brazil 4-3 on penalty kicks after regulation and overtime play ended in a 1-1 tie.  Canada's Christine Sinclair scored the tying goal in the 88th minute to force overtime.
    Julien played every minute of regulation and the two overtime periods but was not among the five Canada players in the first and deciding round of PKs.

National Rankings
Three Dukes' opponents are ranked or are receiving votes in the latest national polls.  JMU's ranked or vote-getting opponents include Maryland, William and Mary and Virginia Tech.
     JMU received votes in the NSCAA poll for two weeks in September.
JMU Opponents in the National Polls
(Oct. 31/Nov. 1)
School, Game Date, Site (Result), Ranking*
Virginia Tech, Aug. 21, home (L 1-3), votes | nr
Maryland, Sept. 11, home (T 0-0, 2 OT), 16th | 22nd
William and Mary, Oct. 21, home (L 1-3), 25th | 20th
*NSCAA | Soccer America

In the Region:  Five of the Dukes' opponents are ranked or receiving votes in the Nov. 1 Mid-Atlantic Region Top 10 (NSCAA).  Ranked are William and Mary (#2), Richmond (#3), Penn (#6), VCU (#8) and George Mason (tied #10).
     JMU opponents ranked in other regions include Georgetown (#5 in Northeast), Maryland (#5 in Southeast) and Virginia Tech (#8 in Southeast).

Earlier Notes
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Aug. 31

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Oct. 25

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