JMU men’s tennis (7-6, 1-2 CAA) picked up two wins over the weekend against College of Charleston and Norfolk State. Three seniors — Paul Mend…
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JMU women's tennis was back in Harrisonburg for the final home series of the year. The Dukes were on top of their game all weekend, defeating both Marshall and College of Charleston without losing a single match in each.
The Tigers will hope to keep the momentum from its first SEC series win against Texas A&M.
In his 13 bowl appearances, Alvarez came away with 9 victories, starting with the 1994 Rose Bowl (above), when UW took down UCLA 21-16 in Pasadena, Calif.
Alvarez finished his coaching career with 3 Rose Bowl victories, leading the Badgers to wins over UCLA after the 1993 and 1998 seasons, and a win over Stanford following the 1999 campaign.
Alvarez picked up the first of his program-leading 119 victories at UW on Sept. 15, 1990, when the Badgers defeated Ball State 24-7 (above) at Camp Randall Stadium for their sole win of his inaugural season as head coach. His final win would come on Jan. 1, 2015, when he stepped in to lead UW to a 34-31 victory over Auburn in the Outback Bowl a month after Gary Andersen left the program for Oregon State.
The former Westminster Christian Academy standout is a member of the undefeated Gonzaga Bulldogs, who are set to take on Baylor tonight in the national championship game of the NCAA Tournament in Indianapolis. Gonzaga (31-0) is looking to become the first team to win the NCAA championship and go undefeated since 1976 when Indiana went 32-0.
Former Westminster Christian Academy (STL) standout Aaron Cook
JMU men's soccer entered Friday's match with William & Mary undefeated in both CAA and nonconference play. The Dukes added to their perfect record with a 1-0 win thanks to Clay Obara's lone goal.
Abilene Christian isn't a better team than Texas. But it was better Saturday night and got its first-ever win in the Dance. Meantime, NU is still waiting.