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Tyler Gregory has career night, but JMU baseball still loses

Towson struck for eight runs in the fifth inning as Kurt Wertz homered three times with seven RBIs to post a 15-12 win over JMU, which also got two home runs and seven RBIs from senior right fielder Tyler Gregory (Dothan, Ala./Houston Academy), in a Colonial Athletic Association baseball game on Fridayafternoon at John B. Schuerholz 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 takes series from Hofstra with 9-4 win on Sunday

Three batters recorded three-hit games led by freshman Josh Wyatt (Eden, Md./James M. Bennett) with four RBIs and JMU took advantage of five hit batters and three Hofstra errors to post a 9-4 series-clinching win in a Colonial Athletic Association baseball game on Sunday afternoon at University Field.


Chris Huffman gem pushes JMU baseball past Hofstra, 8-3

Junior right-hander Chris Huffman (Fort Defiance, Va./Fort Defiance) recorded his third complete game of the season with seven strikeouts in JMU’s 8-3 victory over Hofstra on Saturday afternoon in a Colonial Athletic Association baseball game at University Field.


Virginia Tech baseball defeats JMU, 11-5, in shortened game

Virginia Tech scored seven runs in the second inning and defeated JMU 11-5 in a non-conference baseball game that was shortened to six innings when a power outage knocked out all of the English Field lights on Tuesday evening.


UNC Wilmington tops JMU baseball, 6-4

Second baseman Dillon Bass went 4-for-5 and delivered the go-ahead and insurance RBIs in the seventh and ninth innings to lift UNCW to a 6-4 victory over JMU on Saturday.


St. John’s rallies, tops JMU baseball, 7-5

St. John’s plated four runs in the eighth to rally past JMU for a 7-5 victory on Saturday in the second game of a non-conference baseball series at Kaiser Stadium.


JMU baseball splits doubleheader with Cornell

JMU rallied to take the lead three times in the opener with a walkoff double for the 16-15 win before Cornell rebounded to claim a 17-8 triumph in game two of a non-conference baseball doubleheader on Saturday at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


JMU baseball loses rubber match with #22 Seton Hall, 19-4

Seton Hall accumulated 24 hits while scoring in eight of nine innings to defeat JMU 19-4 in the final game of a three-game baseball series on Monday afternoon at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


JMU baseball defeats Marshall in 10 innings, 8-5

Senior third baseman Ty McFarland (Bridgewater, Va./Turner Ashby) smacked a two-run, tie-breaking home run in the 10th inning to propel JMU to an 8-5 victory over Marshall early Friday in the first game of the Caravelle Resort Tournament at TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Stadium.


Binghamton defeats JMU baseball, 9-7

Binghamton struck for six runs in the first three innings to grab a 6-1 lead and pulled away again when JMU pulled within a run to earn a four-game series split with a 9-7 baseball win on Sunday afternoon at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.


JMU baseball wins home opener over Longwood, 14-7

Shutting down the visiting Longwood bats for 7.2 innings, the JMU baseball team started the home part of its 2014 season with a 14-7 victory at Veterans Memorial Park, Feb. 19. With the win, the Dukes evened their record at 2-2, while the Lancers dropped to 1-3.


JMU baseball tops ECU, 5-2

Junior right-hander Chris Huffman (Fort Defiance, Va./Fort Defiance) struck out seven for the victory and senior Trent Cundiff (Roanoke, Va./Northside) wrapped up eight scoreless innings from the JMU staff with the save in a 5-2 victory over East Carolina on Saturday afternoon at Clark-LeClair Stadium in non-conference baseball action.


JMU baseball loses opener at East Carolina, 6-5

Pinch runner Garrett Brooks raced home with the winning run on a throwing error in the bottom of the ninth inning as East Carolina defeated James Madison 6-5 in the season opener for both squads on Friday afternoon at Clark-LeClair Stadium.