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JMU baseball falls to UNCW, in CAA elimination game

JMU carried a 10-8 lead into the bottom of the ninth, but UNCW struck for two runs in the ninth and won on a Teddy Cillis RBI single in the 10th for a 11-10 decision in game two of the Colonial Athletic Association baseball championship on Wednesday afternoon at Brooks Field.


Delaware sweeps JMU baseball in doubleheader

Delaware compiled 31 hits and posted a five-run inning in each game to claim a pair of wins, 11-5 and 13-9, over James Madison to open the final Colonial Athletic Association baseball series of the season on Thursday afternoon at Bob Hannah Stadium.


Huffman, Evans shut the door on Northeastern in 3-2 JMU win

Junior right-hander Chris Huffman (Fort Defiance, Va./Fort Defiance) and freshman left-hander Michael Evans (Falls Church, Va./George C. Marshall) combined to limit Northeastern to seven hits and a pair of early runs in a 3-2 JMU win.


JMU baseball wins at Maryland, 6-3

Eight JMU pitchers combined to limit Maryland to seven hits in a 6-3 non-conference baseball victory on Tuesday afternoon at Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium/Shipley Field.


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VMI baseball tops JMU, 6-1

Five VMI pitchers combined to limit James Madison to one run on seven hits with 11 runners stranded on the bases in a 6-1 decision in a non-conference baseball game on Tuesday night at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


JMU baseball drops series finale to William and Mary, 24-6

William and Mary struck for innings of six, seven and six runs on 23 hits en route to a 24-6 win over JMU in the final game of a Colonial Athletic Association baseball series on Sunday afternoon at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


JMU, William and Mary split Saturday baseball doublheader

JMU rallied from a two-run deficit in the ninth inning on a tying two-run double from senior second baseman Conner Brown (Richmond, Va./Godwin) and redshirt sophomore Kyle Weston(Penn Laird, Va./Spotswood) singled in the winning run for a 9-8 win over William and Mary after dropping the first game of a doubleheader 13-5 on Saturday at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


JMU baseball blasted at Radford, 14-5

Left fielder Patrick Marshall went 4-for-4 with four RBIs and Radford took control with a five-run third inning for a 9-3 lead before recording a 14-5 victory over JMU in a non-conference baseball game on Wednesday evening at the RU Baseball Stadium.