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James Madison put up four runs in the fifth and five more in the sixth to earn a 9-1 run-rule victory against the College of Charleston in game one of the Colonial Athletic Association softball series Saturdayafternoon at Veterans Memorial Park.
The William and Mary men’s basketball team fell at the College of Charleston, 80-72, on Thursday night at TD Arena.
Four JMU Dukes scored in double figures for the second straight game as James Madison women’s basketball posted a 73-53 win at Charleston in TD Arena on Sunday afternoon.
In the most lopsided CAA victory in the program’s 30 years in the league, the William and Mary men’s basketball put the foot on the gas and never let off in dominating College of Charleston, 75-45, on Saturday afternoon at Kaplan Arena.
On the final day of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, the College of Charleston escaped with a 61-60 win over George Mason men’s basketball despite a buzzer-beater attempt by the Patriots.
The James Madison men’s soccer team ended its two-game losing streak Wednesdaynight with a 2-0 victory over College of Charleston in Colonial Athletic Association action at University Park.
The JMU men’s basketball team was predicted to finish fifth in the 2014-15 Colonial Athletic Association standings, according to a vote by the league’s 10 head coaches, media relations directors and members of the media.
The James Madison women’s soccer team had its three-match winning streak come to an end Sunday afternoon in a 1-0 loss to Delaware at Grant Stadium in Colonial Athletic Association play.
The James Madison men’s soccer team mounted a comeback attempt in the final minutes of Saturday night’s Colonial Athletic Association matchup against Hofstra, but ultimately came out on the short end of a 2-1 decision at University Park on Senior Night.
Sophomore defender Jennie Sroba (Manakin-Sabot, Va./Collegiate) scored her first two goals of the season on Friday night to help propel the James Madison women’s soccer team to a 3-0 shutout victory over College of Charleston at University Park in Colonial Athletic Association play.
The James Madison women’s soccer team dropped a 2-0 decision Sunday afternoon on the road against Northeastern at Parsons Field. The loss is the first of Colonial Athletic Association play in 2014, dropping JMU to 2-1 in conference action and 7-6 overall.
Fans will have plenty of opportunities to catch the JMU men’s basketball team at the Convocation Center this season as head coach Matt Brady unveiled the entire 2014-15 schedule Thursday, which features 10 non-conference home games and 19 home games overall.
The JMU volleyball team was picked to finish second in the Colonial Athletic Association this season by the league’s coaches, as announced by the conference on Tuesday.
Longwood University Director of Athletics Troy Austin has announced the appointment of Ryan Mau as the fourth head coach of the Lancers’ tradition-rich baseball program.
Tyler Thornton limited JMU to one earned run in 7 1/3 innings and the College of Charleston struck for three or four runs in the fourth, sixth and seventh innings to pull away for a 12-2 win over James Madison on Sunday afternoon at Patriots Point.
College of Charleston got 15 innings from starting pitchers Taylor Clarke and Bailey Ober with no runs allowed while JMU stranded 18 runners on the bases in a pair of 6-2 and 5-0 decisions in a Colonial Athletic Association baseball doubleheader on Saturday at Patriots Point.
Sophomore Precious Hall (Tallahassee, Fla/Maclay School) dropped a career-high 25 points on Friday night to pace the JMU women’s basketball squad to a 92-59 victory over the College of Charleston at the JMU Convocation Center.
Freshman guard Jackson Kent (High Point, N.C./High Point Christian) posted a career-high 17 points, including 10 straight for JMU over a key second-half stretch, in a 58-56 victory over the College of Charleston
The College of Charleston has accepted an invitation of membership to join the Colonial Athletic Association beginning July 1, 2013, CAA Commissioner Tom Yeager announced on Friday.
Senior Ryan Pearson went off for a career-high 35 points and added a game-high 14 rebounds to power the George Mason men’s basketball team to an 84-76 victory at College of Charleston on Friday night at a sold-out TD Arena. The victory improved Mason’s record to 9-4 while the Cougars (10-3) saw their 15-game home […]