JMU men’s basketball head coach Mark Byington announced the Dukes’ complete nonconference schedule Thursday afternoon. JMU had revealed matchups against in-state opponents Old Dominion (Nov. 13), George Mason (Nov. 19), Virginia (Dec. 7) and Radford (Dec. 11) over the summer.
JMU women’s basketball released its nonconference schedule Thursday morning, including multiple top programs in the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia area.
As JMU gears up for its first road game of the season, sports editor Savannah Reger breaks down what the Dukes will face on Saturday night.
Fresh off its win at High Point on Sept. 12, JMU returned to Sentara Park on Thursday to battle No. 15 West Virginia. The Mountaineers led 2-0 for the majority of the second half, but pouring rain coupled with a late JMU goal brought slower and sloppy play, culminating in a 2-1 JMU defeat.
Over the offseason, JMU men's soccer lost some big names on the defensive front. Despite the losses, the Dukes' defense is still tough as nails and is the glue to a championship caliber team.
It’s a playoff-style matchup in Week 3 — and JMU fans are loving it.
The caliber of No. 3 JMU football’s matchup against No. 9 Weber State hasn’t gone unnoticed. The Dukes are preparing for their highest-ranked matchup of the season thus far. It’s an FCS top 10 matchup, and it’s the first time the Dukes visit Weber State.
JMU men's soccer traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina, riding high on a four-game win streak and looking to stay hot. Although the Dukes dominated the Wolfpack — firing 14 shots to the Wolfpack’s nine — JMU was unable to get the result, falling 2-1.
JMU fall sports are getting deeper into the season and some teams are finding a rhythm on the field and court, while more teams start their seasons. The Dukes continue to face tough, quality conference and nonconference opponents with another exciting week of sports.
Solomon Vanhorse was arrested Sept. 12 for a DWI according to a arrest report from HBPD.
JMU women’s golf upped the ante from last week’s Nittany Lion Invitational sixth-place performance by placing first among 14 teams at the William & Mary Fall Invitational. It’s JMU’s premier first-place finish this fall and its first since last spring’s CAA Championship.
JMU football faces Weber State this weekend for its first trip out west since Texas. Hear what the key points of Curt Cignetti's CAA call are and what to look for from the CAA.
Redshirt senior forwards Ginger Deel and Hannah Coulling had one objective going into Sunday’s match at High Point: to win. The Dukes’ first matchup against High Point was three years ago, when JMU lost at home after letting up a last-minute goal. Deel and Coulling’s wish came true — JMU def…
It took the extra period, but JMU men’s soccer defeated College of Charleston 1-0 this weekend. After 20 shots and six corners in regulation, it took just three shots and 49 seconds before redshirt freshman midfielder Nate Corley snuck in a shot by the near post for the victory.
No. 24 JMU couldn’t contain No. 14 Wake Forest’s offense Sunday, losing 6-2 and suffering its second straight defeat. The Dukes fell to 3-3 on the season, while the Demon Deacons improved to 2-3.