Tag: Veterans Memorial Park
A dominant performance from starting pitcher Ryan Castellanos lead the Harrisonburg Turks past the Covington Lumberjacks 3-1 in Game 1 of the VBL quarterfinals.
Mitchell Matulia’s bases-clearing, go-ahead double capped a 6-5 comeback win for the Harrisonburg Turks over the league-leading Front Royal Cardinals on Friday night.
Kevin Lewallyn’s complete game shutout powered the Harrisonburg Turks to a 5-0 victory over the Winchester Royals on Thursday night.
Blake Ream’s complete game, three hit effort on the mound guided the Staunton Braves to a 6-1 win over the Harrisonburg Turks in a rain-delayed contest on Thursday night.
Catcher Joey Roach hit an RBI single in the bottom of the eighth to complete a 5-4 Harrisonburg comeback win over the New Market Rebels on Wednesday night.
Jesse Baker’s walk-off RBI single down the left field line gave the Harrisonburg Turks a 4-3 win over the Strasburg Express after 13 innings of baseball on Friday night.
On opening night of the Valley Baseball League season, left fielder Eric Kalbfleisch led the Harrisonburg Turks to a 5-4 walk-off win over the New Market Rebels.
I wanted to take an opportunity to extend my thanks to the James Madison community for all their support during this past softball season. The encouragement of the fans and the hard work of the supporting staff played no small role in our success throughout the year.
After winning their second Colonial Athletic Association championship, the JMU softball team is traveling to the University of Kentucky to play in the Lexington Regional in the NCAA Tournament opening round.
Northeastern struck for all eight of its runs in the final three innings and got a complete game from Chris Carmain in an 8-4 win over JMU in the middle game of a Colonial Athletic Association baseball series on Saturday night at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park.
Junior right-hander Heather Kiefer (Potomac Falls, Va./Potomac Falls) tossed six innings of shutout relief as the JMU softball team won its second Colonial Athletic Association Championship, knocking off fourth-seeded Towson, 4-0, at Veterans Memorial Park, Friday.
Sophomore pitcher Jailyn Ford (Hot Springs, Va./Bath County) twirled a one-hit shutout and senior shortstop Caitlin Sandy (Fayetteville, N.C./Jack Britt) collected three hits to lead the JMU softball team to an 8-0 win over Hofstra in the winners’ bracket game of the Colonial Athletic Association Championship at Veterans Memorial Park, Thursday.
Sophomore left-hander Jailyn Ford (Hot Springs, Va./Bath County) tossed her 19th complete game of the season to lead the JMU softball team to a 3-2 win over Towson in the opening game of the Colonial Athletic Association Championship at Veterans Memorial Park, Wednesday.
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.
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 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.
Augusta Free Press is in Harrisonburg for today’s baseball game between #1 UVa. (27-5, 12-3 ACC) and JMU (11-17, 3-2 CAA). First pitch is at 6 p.m. AFP editor Chris Graham is in the press box at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park. Follow the live blog for score updates, analysis, commentary and more.
The #1 UVa. baseball team heads to Harrisonburg on Tuesday for a 6 p.m. game against James Madison at Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park. Fans are advised to arrive early as JMU is expecting a capacity crowd.
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.
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.