Tag: Vad Lee

JMU quarterback Vad Lee Named to CFPA FCS National Performer of the Year Trophy Watch List

James Madison redshirt senior quarterback Vad Lee added another preseason accolade heading into the 2015 season as he was named to the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) FCS National Performer of the Year Trophy Watch List, the organization announced Monday.

JMU’s Vad Lee named to Watch List for STATS FCS Offensive Player of the Year

Less than one week after being tabbed a preseason All-American, James Madison redshirt senior quarterback Vad Lee was named to the Watch List for the STATS FCS Offensive Player of the Year award on Monday.

JMU football’s Vad Lee garners preseason All-America honor

James Madison redshirt senior quarterback Vad Lee has been named to the STATS FCS Preseason All-America Second Team, as announced by The Sports Network on Thursday.

JMU QB Vad Lee wins Dudley Award

James Madison redshirt-junior quarterback Vad Lee has been named the Bill Dudley Award, the Richmond Times-Dispatch announced Wednesday at a banquet in Short Pump.

#17 JMU wins seventh straight, dumps Elon, 59-27

In its regular season finale, JMU scored on nine of its first 13 drives of the game to roll to a 59-21 victory over Elon on Saturday afternoon at Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field.

VideoL Player interviews after JMU football win at Richmond

JMU football’s Vad Lee, DeAndre’ Smith and Taylor Reynolds talk to members of the media following #25 JMU Football’s 55-20 win at #14 Richmond.

#25 JMU romps past #14 Richmond, 55-20

Taylor Reynolds returned two interceptions for touchdowns, and Vad Lee threw for 433 yards to fuel a monster day for the JMU offense, as the 25th-ranked Dukes won their sixth straight, defeating #14 Richmond, 55-20, on Saturday.

JMU football rallies from early deficit, defeats Stony Brook, 27-24

Stony Brook led 24-13 at the half, but JMU rallied to take the lead on a 76-yard pass from Vad Lee to Brandon Ravenel and held on from there to post a 27-24 win on Saturday.

JMU rallies, tops William and Mary, 31-24: Dukes in playoff hunt?

James Madison rallied from a 24-13 fourth-quarter deficit, getting the go-ahead score with 47 seconds to go on a pass from Vad Lee to DeAndre Smith, to top William and Mary, 31-24, on Homecoming at Bridgeforth Stadium in Harrisonburg, Va., on Saturday.

Vad Lee shines as JMU football tops Charlotte in shootout

Junior quarterback Vad Lee (Durham, N.C./Hillside (Georgia Tech)) recorded more than 400 yards of total offense and produced six touchdowns to lead the James Madison to a 48-40 victory over host Charlotte in non-conference football Saturday afternoon at Jerry Richardson Stadium.

JMU football routs Towson, 62-7

JMU raced to a 27-0 lead at halftime and poured it on from there in a dominating 62-7 win over Towson on Saturday in Bridgeforth Stadium in Harrisonburg, Va.

Goal-line stand preserves Delaware overtime victory over JMU, 30-23

JMU overcame a pair fourth-quarter deficits to force overtime, only to fall to No. 25 Delaware 30-23 in Colonial Athletic Association football Saturday before 20,592 fans at Bridgeforth Stadium and Zane Showker Field.

#7 Villanova rallies, defeats JMU, 38-21

No. 7/8 Villanova put up 28 unanswered second-half points to push pass visiting James Madison and win the Colonial Athletic Association football opener for both teams Saturday, 49-31, before 10,781 fans at Villanova Stadium.

JMU football opens CAA play Saturday at Villanova

James Madison (2-1) and Villanova (1-1) will both open Colonial Athletic Association football play this weekend with a 12:30 p.m. kickoff at Villanova Stadium.

JMU football wins home opener vs. St. Francis, 38-22

James Madison dominated the final three quarters to defeat the Saint Francis Red Flash 38-22 in head coach Everett Wither’s debut, in front of a crowd of 23,577 at Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field on Saturday.

JMU rallies, then holds off Lehigh, to gain first win, 31-28

JMU put together three long second-half scoring drives, and freshman cornerback Jimmy Moreland blocked a potential game-tying field goal in the final minute as the Dukes posted a 31-28 win at Lehigh Saturday.

Winners and Losers: College football opening weekend

AFP editor Chris Graham breaks down the winners and losers in college football in Virginia from the opening weekend of the 2014 season.

Fresh start: Georgia Tech transfer Vad Lee looks to lead JMU football turnaround

Vad Lee has experiences. He saw time for Georgia Tech in the 2012 ACC Championship Game against Florida State and the 2012 Sun Bowl in which the Yellow Jackets beat USC. He started all 13 games as a redshirt sophomore in 2013, and while Tech finished a disappointing 7-6, it wasn’t because of the offense, which Lee helped finish fourth in the ACC on yards per play running Paul Johnson’s tricky triple-threat option.