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.

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.

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…