• Courtesy of JMU Athletics Communications
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Megan Good takes a swing in game three of JMU's Super Regional. 

  • Josh Belanger | contributing writer
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“We have an awesome team. We have the potential to compete at the highest level and I think now we realize we can win Nationals.”

  • Harry Holtzclaw | The Breeze
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Sophomore pitcher Megan Good struck out five batters, and senior pitcher Jailyn Ford and sophomore infielder Jessica Mzorek combined for six hits in an 11-2 win against the University of Delaware (26-17). The Dukes (40-3) got out to an early 4-0 lead in the first inning, forcing Delaware sta…

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  • Harry Holtzclaw | The Breeze
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Head track and field coach Ta’ Frias couldn’t have been more proud of her track and field athletes after the JMU invitational on Saturday at University Park. Watching her athletes compete at home in front of the purple and gold draped fans seemed to mean as much to Frias as it did to the athletes.

  • Sammy Criscitello | The Breeze
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As the late, great Yogi Berra famously said, “It ain't over ‘til it’s over,” and on Tuesday night, the Dukes channeled this “yogism” and overcame a seven-run deficit to defeat the Virginia Military Institute Keydets in dramatic fashion.

  • Bennett Conlin | The Breeze
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On Tuesday, the JMU softball team received a No. 7 national ranking in the USA Today/National Fastpitch Coaches Association poll. On Saturday, the Dukes (29-2, 5-0 Colonial Athletic Association) backed up their ranking by defeating Towson University (22-10, 2-3 CAA) in both games of a double…

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  • Wayne Epps Jr. | The Breeze
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — This season, the journey for JMU women’s basketball went from a low in losing senior guard Precious Hall for the year, to a high in winning a third-straight Colonial Athletic Association title and making the trip to another NCAA Tournament.