There comes a time where an athlete realizes their true potential. When I realized that I was never going to make a living on the court, I figured I’d make it on the sidelines. I hope to be able to attend and cover the World Cup and NCAA tournament.
JMU football head coach Curt Cignetti reflects on his first season as the Dukes' leader, which included a trip to the FCS National Championship game.
As the Convocation Center closed its doors, The Breeze looks back at women's basketball's win over Syracuse and men's basketball's triumph against Auburn.
Ten years ago, JMU football traveled to Blacksburg, Virginia, to face then-No. 13 Virginia Tech. The Dukes pulled off the upset, taking down the Hokies 21-16.
Following Mike Houston's departure from JMU, the Dukes brought in Curt Cignetti, who'd lead the team back to Frisco in his first season.
After the departure of head coach Everett Withers, JMU hired Mike Houston, who brought the Dukes to the most successful period in program history.
Spearheaded by Ron Carrier and Challace McMillin, Madison College started its football program in 1972 in an effort to change the school's image.
Haymarket, Virginia, native and linebacker/running back Matt Binkowski received an offer from JMU. On the same day, he verbally committed to the Dukes.
JMU football received a verbal commitment from quarterback Billy Atkins, who hails from the Baltimore area.
JMU men's basketball's roster is going through significant turnover, but head coach Mark Byington has done well to orchestrate a team for his first season.
Three-star small forward Terrence Edwards Jr. announced his commitment to JMU, adding to new head coach Mark Byington's first recruiting class