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What’s Inside Tonight’s Game . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Team Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Assistant Coaches. . . . . . . . 14, 16-17, 19 Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Academics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Sports Medicine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Strength & Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . 27 2013 Dukes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-30, 32 JMU/nTelos Sports Network . . . . . . . . 35 CAA Update. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Game Rosters, Depth Charts . . . . 39-42 Seniors Q&A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Cross Country Ready for 2013 . . . . . . . 44 Stadium Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Athletics Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Athletics Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Athletic Affiliations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 JMU Duke Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54-57, 59 Athletics Information Services . . . . . 56 Wheel Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Marching Royal Dukes . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Bridgeforth Stadium/ Zane Showker Field . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Plecker Performance Center. . . . . . . . 62 Key Football Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 2004 National Title. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 JMU Football Hall of Fame. . . . . . . 68-69 JMU Hall Of Fame . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71-72 Athletic Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74-75 JMU & Opponent Results. . . . . . . . . . . 77 Excelling With Honors. . . . . . . . . . . 78-79 Upcoming JMU Sports Dates. . . . . . . . 80
Local Advertisers’ Index Allstate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Chili’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Coca-Cola. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover Daniel’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Downtown Dining Alliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Duke Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Early Cycle Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Farm Bureau Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover Foxhill Townhomes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 JMU Alumni Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 JMU Athletics Social Media . . . . . . . . . . . . 33, 58
JMU Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 JMU College of Business. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 JMU Dining Services. . . . . . . Inside Back Cover JMU Graduate School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 JMU Madison Collaborative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 JMU Puppy Pound. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Merchants for Madison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, 66 Mickey Matthews Show. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 nTelos Wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 O’Neill’s Grill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 RMH Orthopedics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
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Rockingham Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Signs USA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Southview Apartments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Spotswood Country Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Steven Toyota. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 University of Virginia Health System . . . . . . . . 10 Virginia Business Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Virginia Pork Board. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
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Series: JMU leads 1-0 (last meeting - 2012: at JMU 55, SFU 7) Stadium (Capacity/Surface): Bridgeforth Stadium (24,877/FieldTurf) Radio Coverage: WSVA 550AM (Harrisonburg) Flagship;WGH 1310AM (Hampton Roads), FOX 910AM (Roanoke),WREJ 1540AM (Richmond), ESPN 94.1 FM (Hampton Roads - Selected Broadcasts) Radio Announcers: Mike Schikman (Play-byPlay), Clint Estes (Color Video Stream: MadiZONE Announcers: Curt Dudley (Play-by-Play), Houston Stutz (Analyst))
Saint Francis (Pa.) Information
Location......................................... Loretto, Pa. Nickname..........................................Red Flash Enrollment............................................... 2,300 Colors........................Cardinal Red and White President....................Rev. Gabriel Zeis, T.O.R. Athletics Director....................... Bob Krimmel Stadium......................................... Degol Field ................ (3,500/SportExe Artificial Turf) Conference.................. Northeast Conference
Team Information James Madison Head Coach: Mickey Matthews (West Texas St., ’76) at James Madison: 104-66 (15th year) Overall: Same Internet Site: www.JMUSports.com
Head Coach: Chris Villarrial (Indiana (Pa.), ‘96) at Saint Francis: 8-27 (Fourth year) Overall: Same Internet Site: www.sfuathletics.com
Tale of the Tape JMU SFU 1-1 (0-0) Spread 4-3 35.5 24.5 217.5 212.5 99.0 209.5
Record (League) Primary Offense Primary Defense Scoring Offense Scoring Defense Rushing Offense Passing Offense Rush Defense Pass Defense
0-1 (0-0) Multiple Multiple 17.0 59.0 230.0 94.0 306.0 245.0
Seeing A Lot of the Home Field in the Coming Weeks: James Madison returns to the friendly surroundings of Bridgeforth Stadium this week for its contest against Saint Francis (Pa.). Not only is it the first of back-to-back home games, but it is also the first of four of the next five that the Dukes will play at home. Next week, Madison welcomes football-newcomer Charlotte to town before playing its only road game of this stretch at Delaware, Sept. 28, to open Colonial Athletic Association play. JMU then returns home to host Albany (Oct. 5) for Family Weekend and Richmond (Oct. 12) for a nationally-televised tilt on NBC Sports Network. The Coaches: James Madison Head Coach Mickey Matthews (West Texas State, ‘76) is in his 15th season at JMU and as a head coach overall with a 104-66 record. Head Coach Chris Villarrial (Indiana (Pa.), ’96) is in his fourth year as head coach of the Red Flash and overall, with an 8-27 mark. History With Saint Francis: This is the second time that the Dukes and Red Flash will meet on the football field. Last year, the two squads met in the season opener at Bridgeforth Stadium, with JMU taking a comfortable 55-7 victory. Last Year’s Meeting - JMU Opens the Season With A Solid Performance: The Dukes started out the 2012 season by scoring touchdowns on their first three possessions en route to a 55-7 victory over visiting Saint Francis (Pa.), Sept. 1. Madison posted 602 yards of total offense, the third most in the program’s Division I history, while tying the school Division I record with 23 rushing first downs and setting a new program and CAA record with 38 total first downs. Madison was also a stellar 7-of-13 on third down conversions and held the ball 11 minutes more than the visitors. The JMU defense was able to hold the Red Flash to just 155 yards of total offense off of 49 offensive plays and to only 4-for-12 on third-down conversions. Four Dukes had at least 50 yards of rushing as JMU totaled 377 rushing yards for the game. Leading all rushers was redshirt senior quarterback Justin Thorpe, who ran for 76 yards and two touchdowns. He also completed 15-of-27 pass attempts for 177 of the 225 total passing yards by JMU quarterbacks, including a passing touchdown to redshirt junior Dae’Quan Scott. Moving the Ball On the Ground and in the Air: James Madison’s offense got the ball going through both the running game and passing attack at Akron, Sept. 7. The Dukes amassed 188 yards on the ground, led by senior running back Dae’Quan Scott’s 107 yards and one touchdown, while putting up 310 yards through the air for a total of 498 yards of total offense. Sophomore quarterback Michael Birdsong was 29-for-42 for 310 yards, three touchdowns and one interception on the day. Scott also led all receivers with six catches, while junior wide receiver Daniel Brown led with 74 yards of receiving and one touchdown on three receptions. Birdsong Making His Aerial Mark: Sophomore quarterback Michael Birdsong etched his name in the record books with his perfomance at Akron, Sept. 7. Birdsong paced the JMU offense to almost 500 yards of total offense in nearly leading JMU to rally at FBS Akron. All career bests, the 310 passing yards are the ninth-best single game in school history, the 42 attempts are the seventh most and the 29 completions are the third-best mark in program history. The three touchdown passes also tied for the fifth-best JMU game ever and the most since Justin Thorpe had three against Towson in 2009. 2013 JMU Football Program - 2
TONIGHT’SXXGAME INFO xx Starke Moving Up the Charts: Senior kicker Cameron Starke
is continuing to move up the career charts among JMU’s kickers. His 28 career field goals puts him fifth all-time, trailing Mickey Stinnett (1982-84) by two in fourth. John Coursey (1993-96) holds the all-time record with 39.
Scott Chewing Up Ground: James Madison running back Dae’Quan Scott continues to eat up yardage for the Dukes in his career. In the contest against Akron Sept. 7, the senior rushed for 107 yards and one score on 27 carries and had six receptions for 18 yards and another score. In the opening game this year, Scott had 15 rushes for 120 yards (8.0 yards per carry) and also had a pair of punt returns for 63 yards, including a 54-yard punt return touchdown in the third quarter against Central Connecticut State. It was just the 15th JMU punt return touchdown in stadium history. Scott continues to move up the JMU career rushing charts to seventh with 2,519 yards, just 15 yards behind Maurice Fenner (2003-06) in sixth at 2,534. He also ranks seventh at JMU in career scoring with 198 points, just six behind Eriq Williams (1989-92) in fourth at 204. Kicker David Rabil (2003-06) is the all-time leader at 231 points. Spreading the Ball Around the Wide Side of the Fields: JMU is doing an effective job of spreading the ball around to various receivers in the passing game. In the season opener against Central Connecticut State, quarterback Michael Birdsong connected on 10 completions in the win. The bigger part was that eight different players had at least one catch, with two getting two receptions each. In the contest at Akron, eight different Dukes made receptions, with all but one having at least three catches on the day. Putting Points on the Board Early: James Madison has gotten off to solid starts in its first two games this year. In both games so far, the Dukes have punched the ball into the end zone on their first possession and both with lengthy drives. Against Central Connecticut State, JMU went 75 yards in nine plays for the score, while at Akron, it took 14 plays to go 75 yards for the game’s first tally.
Matthews Reaches the Century Mark: JMU Head Coach Mickey Matthews accomplished a historic milestone in his coaching career last season and continues to move up the charts this year. In his 15th season at the helm of the Dukes, Matthews earned his 100th career victory with a 13-10 win over then-No. 12 Towson, Oct. 6, 2012. He is currently tied for 24th on the FCS career active victories list with 104 victories, joining fellow CAA coach New Hampshire’s Sean McDonnell at the same spot. Scott, Reynolds Named CAA Players of the Week: James Madison’s Dae’Quan Scott and Taylor Reynolds were honored as the Colonial Athletic Association’s Special Teams Player and Rookie of the Week, respectively, as announced by the league Sept. 2. A senior return specialist and running back, Scott’s fifth conference weekly honor comes on the heels of a solid allpurpose performance in JMU’s convincing 38-14 win over Central Connecticut State. The senior finished the seasonopener with 197 all-purpose yards, including a 54-yard punt return for a touchdown that represented the first such score for him and the 15th for the Dukes in Bridgeforth Stadium history. Scott would add 15 carries for 120 yards and a reception for 14 yards in the win. Playing in not only his first collegiate contest but his first game on the defensive side of the ball after making the transition from quarterback to cornerback in the spring, Reynolds racked up six tackles to go with an impressive 51-yard interception return for a touchdown in JMU’s win over the Blue Devils on Saturday. The rookie’s pick-6 was the Dukes’ first since their final game of the 2011 season. Playoffs Expanding Again in 2013: In 2011, JMU took advantage of the playoff expansion to 20 teams by grabbing one of the last slots in the 2011 FCS Playoffs and advancing to the second round after defeating Eastern Kentucky. This year, the playoffs increase in participation again, as 24 teams will be selected for the field, 11 via auto bids as the Pioneer League’s champion will now be automatically invited to the postseason. The top eight teams will be seeded, receive first-round byes and host second-round games. The 16 other teams will bid to host first-round games.
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TONIGHT’SXXMATCHUP xx Madison Opponent James TEAM STATS Saint Francis 71 49 Total Points 17 35.5 24.5 Scoring Average 17.0 43 29 First Downs 21 94 69 Rushing Attempts 54 435 198 Rushing Yards 230 217.5 99.0 Rushing Per Game 230.0 39-64-4-1 31-58-6-3 Pass Comp.-Att.-TD-Int 7-19-0-1 425 419 Passing Yards 94 212.5 209.5 Passing Per Game 94.0 860 617 Total Offense 324 430.0 308.5 Total Off. Per Game 324.0 4-3 2-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 16-142 13-130 Penalties-Yards 8-50
Opponent 59 59.0 20 43 306 306.0 8-10-2-0 245 245.0 551 551.0 2-0 9-95
James Madison Dukes (1-1 • 0-0 CAA) Aug. 31 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT ST... W, 38-14 Sept. 7 at Akron......................................... L, 33-35 Sept. 14 SAINT FRANCIS (PA.).................... 6 p.m. Sept. 21 CHARLOTTE..................................... 6 p.m. Sept. 28 at Delaware*................................... 7 p.m. Oct. 5 ALBANY*..................................... 1:30 p.m. Oct. 12 RICHMOND* .............................. 3:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at Willam & Mary*..................... 3:30 p.m. Nov. 2 VILLANOVA*............................... 2:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at New Hampshire*................. 12:30 p.m. Nov. 16 STONY BROOK*......................... 3:30 p.m. Nov. 23 at Towson*.................................. 3:30 p.m.
Saint Francis Red Flash (0-1 • 0-0 NEC) Sept. 7 at Georgia Southern.................... L, 17-59 Sept. 14 at James Madison.......................... 6 p.m. Sept. 21 LINCOLN COLLEGE......................... 2 p.m. Sept. 28 FORDHAM...................................... 12 p.m. Oct. 5 at Central Connecticut St.*........... 1 p.m. Oct. 12 MONMOUTH................................. 12 p.m. Oct. 26 SACRED HEART*.......................... 12 p.m. Nov. 2 at Duquesne*............................. 6:10 p.m. Nov. 9 at Bryant*....................................... 12 p.m. Nov. 16 WAGNER*...................................... 12 p.m. Nov. 23 ROBERT MORRIS*........................ 12 p.m.
* Colonial Athletic Association Opponent
*Northeast Conference Opponent
2013 STATISTICAL LEADERS JAMES MADISON
Rushing Dae’Quan Scott Jainard Lambert Michael Birdsong Jauan Latney
Att. Yds. Avg. TD 42 227 5.4 1 17 68 4.0 0 20 56 2.8 2 9 48 5.3 0
Passing Comp. Michael Birdsong 39 Daniel Schiele 0
Att. 60 3
Yds 425 0
TD/Int 5/1 0/0
Rushing Kyle Harbridge Khairi Dickson Max Ward Capri Thompson
Att. 25 16 9 3
Passing Comp. Max Ward 3 Capri Thompson 4
Yds. Avg. TD 132 5.3 0 76 4.8 2 22 2.4 0 5 1.7 0
Att. 7 11
Yds 49 45
TD/Int 0/1 0/0
Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Arlandis Harvey 7 73 10.4 0 Dae’Quan Scott 7 32 4.6 1 DeAndre’ Smith 5 64 12.8 0
Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Dane Domonkos 4 54 13.5 0 Anthony Abeid 2 31 15.5 0 Terell Smith 1 9 9.0 0
Punting Connor Arnone
Punting Zack Drayer
Kickoff Returns Dejor Simmons DeAndre’ Smith
No. 4 3
Yds. 100 72
Avg. 25.0 24.0
Long 30 42
Kickoff Returns No. Anthony Abeid 5 Dane Domonkos 2
Yds. 81 33
Avg. 16.2 16.5
Long 19 0
Punt Returns Dae’Quan Scott
Punt Returns n/a
Scoring TD FG PAT Total Dae’Quan Scott 3 0 0 18 Micahel Birdsong 2 0 1 14 Cameron Starke 0 3-3 4-4 13
Scoring Khairi Dickson Lance Geesey
Tackles Solo Stephon Robertson 6 Gage Steele 2 Dean Marlowe 8 Alex Mosley 3
Tackles Solo Wesley Nagaseu 3 Bishop Neal 3 Curtis Gibson 2 Dylan Bear 0
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Total 19 16 14 10
TFL 0.0 0.5-0 0.5-2 0.5-1
Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5-1
TD FG PAT Total 2 0 0 12 0 1 2 5 Total 7 5 5 5
TFL 0.0 1.0-3 1.0-4 0.5-0
Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
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this is jmu This Is JMU JMU’s beautiful campus includes 148 buildings on 721 acres. The original campus is built around the Quadrangle, where buildings are constructed of native blue limestone and have ivy coverings. The University’s 19,927 students may choose from 115 degree programs in eight colleges -- College of Arts and Letters, College of Business, College of Education, College of Health and Behavioral Studies, College of Integrated Science and Engineering, College of Science and Mathematics, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Graduate School. JMU’s academic program combines the liberal arts tradition with preparation for technology in a rapidly changing world. All students receive a strong foundation of knowledge through a rigorous general education program. • Female/Male Ratio: 60/40 • Student/Professor Ratio: 16/1 • Average Class Size: 29
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president Jonathan Alger President Mr. Jonathan R. Alger is the sixth president of James Madison University, taking office on July 1, 2012. He previously served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and has also held prior positions at the University of Michigan, American Association of University Professors, U.S. Department of Education, and a major international law firm. Mr. Alger is a nationally recognized scholar and speaker on higher education policy and law and has given hundreds of presentations across the U.S. and abroad on a wide range of topics such as access and opportunity, diversity, student and faculty recruitment and retention, management of financial challenges, student organizations, shared governance, leadership, and academic freedom. He has taught courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Mr. Alger previously served as the President and Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Association of College and University Attorneys and was honored as a Life Member of that organization in 2013. He currently sits on the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Instituteâ€™s Advisory Council for the National Institutes of Health. He has also served on the American Bar Associationâ€™s Accreditation Committee and on national advisory boards for the Association of American Universities, College Board Access and Diversity Collaborative, American Association for the Advancement of Science Diversity Project, and the Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy at Stetson University College of Law. Mr. Alger was born and raised outside Rochester, New York. He received his B.A. with a political science major, history minor, and public policy concentration with High Honors and Phi Beta Kappa from Swarthmore College and his J.D. with Honors from Harvard Law School. His wife Mary Ann has a business background with a B.S. from Auburn University and an M.B.A. from the University of Miami. She is an active university and community volunteer. Their daughter Eleanor is a freshman at Harrisonburg High School. The family enjoys college sports, music, theatre, travel, history, tennis, and hiking.
Vice Presidents Dr. A. Jerry Benson Provost and Senior Vice President Academic Affairs
Charles W. King, Jr. Senior Vice President Administration and Finance
Dr. Mark Warner Senior Vice President Student Affairs and University Planning
Donna Harper Vice President Access and Enrollment Management
Nick Langridge Vice President University Advancement
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head coach Mickey Matthews James Madison University (1999-2013) Born: Nov. 8, 1953 Year at JMU: 14th Career Year: 14th Graduate of: West Texas State 1976 Hometown: Andrews, Texas JMU, Career Record: 103-65 (.613) During his 14 seasons, Mickey Matthews has firmly established James Madison University football among the nation’s leading Football Championship Subdivision programs. While becoming the winningest coach in JMU football history, he has led the Dukes to an NCAA championship (2004) and to five other playoff appearances (1999, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011). Matthews has an 103-65 (.613) JMU record and during the 2008 season surpassed Challace McMillin’s (1972-84) program record for wins. McMillin, JMU’s first football coach, had a 67-56-1 mark. Matthews’ teams are 76-34 during the last nine years and have won the program’s national title and received five postseason bids during that time. JMU tied for the 2004 Atlantic 10 championship and won the 2008 Colonial Athletic Association title with an 8-0 record. The Dukes are 50-22 in league play during the last nine seasons. Matthews three times has been National Coach of the Year (1999 Eddie Robinson Award by The Sports Network; American Football Coaches’ 2004 award; 2008 Robinson Award and an award by Liberty Mutual) and was Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year in 1999 and CAA Coach of the Year in 2008. JMU in 2004 was 13-2 and the first team to reach the Division I-AA title game with three road wins. JMU won at Lehigh (14-13), Furman (14-13) and William & Mary (48-34) and beat Montana (31-21) for the national crown. The 13 wins set a team season record. JMU’s 2004 losses were to nationally-ranked Division I-A West Virginia and to a William & Mary team it later beat during the playoffs. The Dukes beat four nationally ranked teams during the regular season. JMU reached the 2006 playoffs while going 9-3 and 2007 post-season play while going 8-4. The Dukes in 2008 lost their opener at Football Bowl Subdivision Duke but went on to a 10-1 regular-season record and the top seeding in the NCAA playoffs. JMU tied its team record with 12 straight wins, set a team mark for regular-season wins, and was the nation’s top-ranked team from late September through the end of the regular season. The Dukes played three playoff games at home and reached the national semifinals. Matthews led JMU to a share of the Atlantic 10 title and to the league’s automatic playoff bid in 1999 during his first year as a head coach. The Dukes were 8-3 during the regular season after being 3-8 the previous year.
In 2004 he was Virginia Coach of the Year by the state’s sports information directors and the Norfolk and Portsmouth sports clubs, Division I-AA Coach of the Year by the All-America Football Foundation, and recipient of the Amarillo (Texas) Chamber of Commerce’s Achievement Award. In 2006, he was the Richmond Touchdown Club’s Virginia Coach of the Year. Last year, Matthews was inducted into the West Texas State Athletic Hall of
***** Matthews’ JMU players have received nine league player of the year awards. Curtis Keaton was league Offensive Player of the Year and Chris Morant Defender of the Year in 1999; Derrick Lloyd was co-Defender of the Year and received the Buck Buchanan Award as National Defender of the Year in 2001; Tony LeZotte was league Defender of the Year in 2005 and 2007; Akeem Jordan was league Defender of the Year and National Defender of the Year by College Sporting News in 2006; Rodney Landers was league Offensive Player of the Year and Scotty
McGee league Specialist of the Year in 2008; and Arthur Moats was league Defender of the Year and received the Buck Buchanan Award as national Defender of the Year in 2009. Jordan was second in the Buchanan Award voting in 2006 and Landers was second in the voting for the Walter Payton Award in 2008. Last season, Stephon Robertson was the CAA Defensive Player of the Year and eighth in the Buchanan Award voting and second among underclassmen. ***** Matthews was introduced as JMU’s fifth head coach March 22, 1999, succeeding Alex Wood, who left to become quarterbacks’ coach with the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings. Matthews in 1999 took his JMU job a week before spring practice was to begin, inheriting a team that had won but five of its previous 18 games and was picked to finish next to last in the Atlantic 10. The Dukes lost at Division I-A national runner-up Virginia Tech but then won seven straight games, finished the regular season 8-3 overall and 7-1 in the Atlantic 10 and reached post-season play for the first time in four years. The Dukes were named to 12 spots on the league’s three all-star teams, and Keaton and Morant receiving Player of the Year honors was the first time in the league since 1980 that teammates won the awards. Never before had the same program gotten both player awards and the coaching honor. *****
The Matthews Family (left to right): son-in-law Ken Wells, Meredith Anne, Kay, granddaughter Taylor, Clayton, grandson Jackson, Mickey
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Matthews’ 2000 team was nationally ranked for most of the year before finishing 6-5 and had nine players receive all-league honors. His 2001 team, with only 11 seniors and 54 freshmen and redshirt freshmen, was 2-9 with seven games decided by seven or fewer points.
JMU in 2002 was 5-7 and won two of its final three games with a squad that included only six seniors and five juniors. The Dukes won two overtime games, and six of their other contests were decided by seven or fewer points. JMU had eight All-Atlantic 10 honorees. JMU in 2003 was 6-6 with a team that had but four seniors. His 2004 team won seven games by 10 or fewer points and two others that were scoreless into the second half. The balanced and deep JMU squad had only three first-team all-league honorees, including first-team All-Americans in offensive guard Matt Magerko and LeZotte, but had seven members named to the second and third all-league units. JMU’s 7-4 team in 2005 had a first-team AllAmerican in LeZotte, and in 2006 Jordan was runner-up for the Buchanan Award. The 2006 Dukes had seven first-team all-league picks, and JMU was first nationally in kickoff return average (27.1 yards), second in sacks (4.0 per game), and fourth in rushing defense (84.8 yards per game) and passing efficiency (162.5). The 2007 Dukes were 8-4 after falling 28-27 to eventual champion Appalachian State in the first round of NCAA play. LeZotte received his second league Defender of the Year award and All-America honors for the fourth time, and JMU was the national leader in fewest quarterback sacks allowed (0.5 per game). JMU during the 2009 season won its final four games – all against league opponents – to finish 6-5. The 2009 Dukes won at Delaware for the first time since 1994 and at Massachusetts
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for the first time since 1987 during their seasonclosing four-game winning streak. ***** Matthews coached the linebackers and defensive backs at Georgia (1996-98), which won two bowl games during his tenure. He also coached Champ Bailey, the nation’s top defender and Washington’s first-round choice in the 1999 NFL draft. Georgia was 5-6 in 1996, 10-2 in 1997 and 9-3 in 1998. The Bulldogs completed 1998 having won 20 of 25 games, including a Peach Bowl win over Virginia (35-33) and an Outback Bowl win over Wisconsin (33-6). With a supposedly rebuilding team in 1998, Georgia won four SEC road games and was second in the league and 16th nationally in scoring defense (17.2 points per game). At Marshall from 1990-95, Matthews was part of a program that won the Division I-AA title in 1992, was runner-up in 1991, 1993 and 1995, and was a 1994 semifinalist. The Herd led the nation in scoring defense in 1993 and was seventh nationally in 1990 and 1995. Marshall won 64 games during Matthews’ six years (58 the last five seasons) and won 11 or more games and made the playoffs from 1991-95. The Herd was 45-4 at home and 15-4 in post-season play. Marshall led the Southern Conference in total defense four times (1990, 93-95), scoring defense three times (1990, 93-94), passing defense twice (1990, 94) and rushing defense twice (1992, 95).
coaching staff Mike O’Cain Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks, Year At JMU: First Graduate of: Clemson (Bachelor’s 1977) Hometown: Orangeburg, S.C. At JMU: In his first year as JMU’s offensive coordinator and will work with the team’s quarterbacks… Brings over 35 years of D-I coaching experience to the Dukes. Before JMU: Spent the last eight seasons as the quarterbacks coach at Virginia Tech... Has been the head coach at NC State and an offensive coordinator at both North Carolina and Clemson... Also has coached in 19 Bowl Games during the course of his time with those three teams... Over the past two years at Virginia Tech, O’Cain has turned Logan Thomas into a competitive college quarterback. In his first year working with the new quarterback, Thomas broke the school’s single-season record for total offense and became just the second 3,000-yard passer in school history. He nurtured Tyrod Taylor over the preceding four years, helping him become a versatile dual-threat quarterback who eventually was drafted by the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. Prior to Virginia Tech, O’Cain coached at Clemson serving as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He was instrumental in the guidance of another future NFL quarterback, Charlie Whitehurst, who established 33 school records, including passing yardage and completions for a season. After a one year stint as the Assistant head coach at East Carolina, he joined the N.C. State Wolfpack as a quarterbacks coach. O’Cain was the top assistant under Dick Sheridan from 1986-92 and helped lead the ‘Pack to six bowl game appearances. In 1993, after Sheridan retired, O’Cain was named head coach and became the second coach ever in N.C. State history to lead his team to a bowl game in his first two seasons. After notable wins verses #1 Florida State and Texas in 1998 and 1999, O’Cain became North Carolina’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for one year. He then moved to Clemson to take the quarterbacks coach role until 2004. O’Cain began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Clemson in 1977. He then coached the offensive backfield at The Citadel between 1978-80 before moving to Murray State where he was an assistant under current Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer from 1981-84. Personal: Bachelor’s degree in recreation parks administration... Was a three-year letterwinner at Clemson and was the team MVP and captain of Clemson’s 1976 team, playing both quarterback and punter... Is still ranked in Clemson’s history for passing efficiency... Married to Nancy and they have two daughters, Jenny (27) and Lizzi (25).
Kyle Gillenwater Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers Born: Dec. 22, 1964 Year At JMU: 14th Graduate of: Bridgewater (Bachelor’s 1987), Frostburg State (Master’s 1989) Hometown: Powhatan, Va. At JMU: Coaches the linebackers and was named defensive coordinator before the 2009 spring practice period… Primary Recruiting Area: Virginia’s Route 29 corridor… joined the JMU staff with head coach Mickey Matthews… Coached 2011 First Team All-CAA selection Stephon Robertson and Pat Williams, a Second Team pick... had the 2010 CAA Defensive Rookie of the Year and Third-Team All-CAA pick in Stephon Robertson... in 2009 coached Pat Williams, who was Third-Team All-CAA… in 2007 Justin Barnes was Second-
Team All-CAA… in 2006 coached Akeem Jordan and Isaiah Dottin-Carter, First-Team All-Atlantic 10 picks… Jordan was national defensive player of the year by College Sporting News and runner-up for national defender of the year by The Sports Network, state Division I defender of the year by Virginia’s sports information directors and was named to four All-America first teams… in 2005 Jordan was second-team all-league… in 2004 coached Kwynn Walton (first-team All-A-10 and third-team All-America by The Sports Network) and Trey Townsend (second-team All-A-10)… Dennard Melton was second-team All-A-10 in 2003 and third-team in 2002… Derrick Lloyd in 2001 won the Buck Buchanan Award and was named to four All-America first teams… Mike Luckie and Derick Pack were First-Team All-A-10 in 1999… Pack was first-team All-A-10 in 2000 and 2001 and Lloyd second team in 2000 and first team in 2001… in 1999 Pack was the regular-season tackles leader in the A-10, Second-Team All-America by the Associated Press and a finalist for the Buchanan Award… in 2000 he led the A-10 in tackles and was first-team All-America by Football Weekly and third team by The Sports Network… Lloyd led the A-10 in tackles and was the national leader in solo stops in 2001. Before JMU: Coached Elon’s defensive line from 1996-98… coached at Hargrave Military Academy and was Marshall’s assisant linebackers coach in 1994 while JMU coach Mickey Matthews was defensive coordinator there… coached the defensive backs and was recruiting coordinator at Bridgewater from 1989-91… U.S. Achievement Academy All-America and academic All-America at Bridgewater. Personal: Bachelor’s degree in education with a concentration in physical education and a master’s in education… his wife, Elizabeth, is a JMU graduate and a special education teacher. They have three sons, Josh (23), Trey (10), and Thomas James (5).
Curt Newsome Assistant Head Coach, Offensive Line Born: ???? Year At JMU: Eighth Graduate of: Emory and Henry (Bachelor’s 1982) Hometown: Newport News, Va. At JMU: In his second stint at JMU, re-joining the staff in the spring of 2013, returning as the assistant head coach and offensive line coach, the same positions he held previously… Brings 14 years of collegiate football coaching experience, seven of which were previously with JMU... Returns to the Dukes’ organization where he previously was a part of the program that won the 2004 Division I-AA National Championship... Served as JMU’s assistant head coach and offensive line coach from 2003-2005 and also as tight ends and tackles coach (2002) and defensive line coach (1999-01)... During the 2004 national championship season, the Dukes led a rush-heavy offense that followed the blocks of a talented line, averaging 212.9 rushing yards per game, and scored 37 rushing touchdowns... Coached All-Americans on both sides of the ball during his time with Madison, as defensive end Chris Morant was a two-time First-Team All-American and offensive guard Matt Magerko earned Associated Press First-Team All-American honors during the Dukes’ run to its first national championship... Primary Recruiting Area: ????… Before JMU: Previously coached the Virginia Tech Hokies’ center and guards for two years after serving as the offensive line coach the preceding five seasons... In 2011, the Hokie offensive line ranked 22nd in the country in fewest sacks allowed per game, while blocking for ACC Player of the Year David Wilson’s 1,700 rushing yards and nine rushing touchdowns...The 2010 Virginia Tech offensive line included three All-ACC selections, and his 2009 group earned four All-ACC selections and led the Hokies to ACC and Orange Bowl titles during his tenure... Before his stint with JMU coached at Kecoughton High School from 1987 to 1997... Also coached at Newport News’ Heritage High School, where he was named the AP’s Virginia Scholastic Coach of the Year, and both Phoebus and Ervington high schools. Personal: Bachelor’s degree in physical education while playing college football at Emory and Henry… Newsome and his wife Melinda have a son, Curtis, 25, and a daughter, Elizabeth, 18.
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coaching staff Isai Bradshaw Strong Safeties Born: Feb. 20, 1983 Year At JMU: Seventh Graduate of: JMU (Bachelor’s 2006) Hometown: Cambridge, Mass. At JMU: Joined the JMU staff during the spring of 2007 and is now coaching the strong safeties after previously serving as an assistant with the team’s defensive line… Promoted to full-time in spring 2011... Primary Recruiting Area: North New Jersey and Southern New York… assisted the JMU staff on a volunteer basis during the spring of 2006 after playing for the Dukes as a linebacker and defensive end from 200205… member of JMU’s 2004 national championship team and took part in 270 career tackles, including 12.5 quarterback sacks… as a senior defensive end in 2005 was Second-Team All-Atlantic 10 Conference after taking part in 32 tackles, including nine for loss and 4.5 quarterback sacks… involved in 35 tackles in 2004 as an end and 109 and 94, respectively, in 2002 and 2003 as a linebacker… second on the team in tackles in 2002… had 75 tackles in JMU’s last five games and was National Defensive Player of the Week by Football Gazette after a 21-tackle effort in a win over William & Mary… second on the 2003 team in tackles. Before JMU: Two-time Eastern Massachusetts and Greater Boston All-Star at Cambridge Ridge and Latin High School… played in 2001 at Bridgton (Maine) Academy… team MVP and captain… Sprint Factory Magazine top prep player and a Shriners All-Star game participant. Personal: Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with a sports management concentration.
Earl Chambers Running Backs Born: Jan. 8, 1977 Year At JMU: First Graduate of: Georgia (Bachelor’s 1999) Hometown: College Park, Ga. At JMU: In his first season on the JMU coaching staff and works with the running backs… Primary Recruiting Area: South New Jersey and Georgia. Before JMU: Recently completed his eighth season as the defensive line coach for Valdosta State, helping lead the squad to a 12-2 record last year and the 2012 NCAA Division II National Championship, the second in his tenure at VSU... Previously served as the Blazers’ Recruiting Coordinator and Director of Football Operations... Was named prior to the 2012 as the Co-Defensive Coordinator for VSU. During his time, the Blazers posted a combined 71-22 record with five playoff appearances... Coached 10 All-Gulf South selections as well as three All-American honorees... The 2006 Blazer defense setting a school record for fewest points and total yards allowed... Joined the Valdosta State staff from the University of Georgia, where he spent five years as a graduate assistant... Spent his first year on the Bulldog staff as a recruiting assistant, helping to evaluate position recruits as well as coordinating official visits... His final four seasons at UGA served as an assistant with the UGA defensive staff and as video coordinator, involving him with the defensive line and allowing him to coach the team’s offensive and special teams scout players... Also worked as an academic mentor, assisting the Bulldogs as they worked towards their college degrees... Georgia was 50-14 during Chambers’ five seasons on the coaching staff and made bowl appearances all five years, including winning the SEC title and Sugar Bowl champions in 2002 and the SEC East title in 2003... Coached three NFL first round draft picks in his five seasons with the school, including Jonathan Sullivan, Charles Grant and David Pollack.. Starred at strong safety for Georgia from 1995 through 1999, including a redshirt year in 1996... He registered 41 tackles and four pass breakups his senior season
and aided the Bulldogs to an Outback Bowl title that year... Overall, UGA was 33-11 in his four years of action, including a 3-1 mark in bowl games... Served on the SEC Council, UGA Athletic Board and the Faculty Committee during the 1996-97 school year. He also served two years on Georgia’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee during his undergraduate years. Personal: Bachelor’s degree in psychology... A member of the American Football Coaches Association... Married to the former Tonya Bell of Cuba, Alabama and is the father of three children, Eariona, 18, Jordan, 6 and Evelyn, 4.
Ulrick Edmonds Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator Born: Oct. 16, 1979 Year At JMU: 11th Graduate of: JMU (Bachelor’s 2001, Master’s 2004) Hometown: Blackstone, Va. At JMU: In his second tenure on the JMU coaching staff and works with the running backs… Primary Recruiting Area: Virginia’s Tidewater region… played at JMU from 1997-2000 (defensive line) and was a defensive assistant in 2001… returned to the football staff for the spring 2004 practice period after completing his master’s degree… an assistant in JMU’s judicial affairs office for one year and in its admissions office for another while completing his master’s program… in 2005 JMU tailbacks Alvin Banks and Maurice Fenner were Second- and Third-Team All-Atlantic 10, respectively… in 2006 tailback Eugene Holloman was first-team All-A-10… in 2007, JMU’s Griff Yancey was the CAA’s leading rusher among freshman and sophomores… Holloman was All-CAA Second Team and Yancey third team in 2008… coached Jamal Sullivan in 2010, a Third-Team All-CAA running back... lettered four times at JMU… started five times as a sophomore in 1998 and in each of the team’s 23 games during 1999 and 2000… had 154 career tackles and 6.5 career sacks… in 2000 was Second-Team All-Atlantic-10 after having 51 tackles (28 solo)… sixth on the team in tackles in 2000 when he had six tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, a fumble recovery and eight quarterback hurries… in 1999 on JMU’s NCAA playoff team was third-team All-A-10… had 62 tackles, including 37 solo and three sacks, and had a fumble recovery and 14 quarterback hurries… in 1998 had 26 tackles, a sack and two fumble recoveries, and in 1997 had 15 tackles as a true freshman. Before JMU: Three-year letterman at Nottoway High School… Honorable Mention All-State at linebacker as a senior and at offensive tackle as a junior… two-time AllDistrict on offense and defense… First-Team All-Region at offensive tackle and second team at defensive end as a junior and First-Team All-Region at linebacker and second team at offensive tackle as a senior. Personal: Bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in criminal justice and a master’s of counseling psychology with a concentration in college student personnel administration... Married to Lindsay Smith Edmonds, an assistant coach with NC State’s women’s basketball team and former assistant at JMU.
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coaching staff Jeff Hanson
Aquinas High School in Georgia with brother Matt, who serves as the head coach. Personal: Bachelor’s degree in 2008 in kinesiology with a sports management emphasis and a minor in business at JMU.
Defensive Line Born: Sept. 19, 1949 Year At JMU: First Graduate of: Richmond (Bachelor’s 1971, Master’s 1973) Hometown: Beloit, Wisc. At JMU: Joined the JMU staff during the 2013 spring drills and works with the Dukes’ defensive line… Brings 39 years of collegiate football coaching experience, 28 of which were at fellow Colonial Athletic Association-school Richmond... Primary Recruiting Area: Richmond, Va., and Texas. Before JMU: Previously was the University of Virginia defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator... Spent three years at UVa, including bringing in talented young players to Virginia and earning the school top-30 rankings in recruiting for 2011 and 2012... Prior to his hiring, the Cavs struggled defensively surrendering 173.8 yards rushing per game during the 2009 season. However, two years later in 2011 the team improved to number three in total defense and number five in defending the run in the ACC, while only giving up 139.5 rushing yards per game... Before his time at UVa, Hanson coached at six different schools including Richmond (‘71-’79, ‘89-’06, and ‘08’09), VMI (‘07), West Texas State (‘87-’88), Southwest Texas State (‘83-’86), Lamar (‘82’83) and Marshall (‘80-’81). While working with the Richmond Spiders, he helped the team to a 2008 FCS National Championship and one year later, a share of the 2009 CAA title... During the 2008 season, Hanson guided Lawrence Sidbury and Sherman Logan to possibly the best season ever by a pair of defensive ends in Richmond history, as the tandem combined for 17.5 of the teams 36 sacks and both earned All-CAA honors for their efforts... Played linebacker for Richmond and was part of the 1968 Tangerine Bowl Championship team... Remained with the Spiders as a graduate assistant, coaching the freshmen defensive lineman from 1971-73 while completing his degree in physical education and his master of education. Personal: Received his undergraduate degree in physical education and his master’s degree in in education administration… Married to DeDe and the couple have three daughters, Laurie, Kristin and Katie and son-in-law Jeff Lee. Grandchildren: Matthew Silva, Emily Silva, Laurie Silva, Braeden Lee, Tegan Lee.
Clayton Matthews Wide Receivers, Kickers Born: Feb. 2, 1982 Year At JMU: Eighth Graduate of: JMU (Bachelor’s 2006) Hometown: Harrisonburg, Va. At JMU: Is coaching the team’s wide receivers and kickers for a sixth season after working previously as a student assistant coach on the Dukes’ staff – mostly with the kickers – during the previous two seasons… Primary Recruiting Area: Virginia’s Loudoun, Fauquier, and Warren counties, Southwest and Central Virginia… in 2007 Dave Stannard was Second-Team All-CAA as a placekicker, L.C. Baker was Third-Team All-CAA as a receiver and punt returner, and Jason Pritchard was Third-Team All-CAA as a punter… Baker was Second-Team All-Atlantic 10 and punter Jason Pritchard and placekicker David Rabil third team in 2006… was a scholarship performer in the JMU football program before injuries shortened his playing career… played for the Dukes as a quarterback, wide receiver, punter and placekicker… made starts at quarterback as a true freshman in 2001 and at wide receiver in 2002… completed 24 of 53 passes for 347 yards and two touchdowns in 2001… in 2002 had a 10-yard reception, left opponents inside their 20-yard line after seven of his 12 punts and kicked two extra points. Before JMU: Scholastic football standout in Georgia before playing in Virginia during his senior season… quarterback and kicker on Oconee County’s Georgia state championship team in 1999… played in 2000 at Spotswood High School. Personal: Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with a sports management and business concentration… son of JMU head coach Mickey Matthews.
Dominique White Defensive Line Assistant
Secondary Born: Jan. 18, 1985 Year At JMU: Third Graduate of: JMU (Bachelor’s 2008) Hometown: Augusta, Ga. At JMU: Joined the JMU staff in 2011... Was a four-year letterwinner for the Dukes... ranks sixth on JMU’s all-time tackles list with 416 in his career, good for first among defensive backs... also recorded seven career interceptions, including one returned 100 yards for a touchdown, and 25 pass deflections... His 144 tackles in 2004 were the most on the team and helped propel the Dukes to a National Championship, earning him Atlantic-10 and CollegeSportsReport.com Freshman of the Year honors... Was named to the Walter Camp Foundation’s AllAmerica First Team twice... Was the league’s first four-time All-America and four-time First Team All-League player... Only the second player in JMU history to be elected as a team captain for three years... Named All-ECAC twice, Defensive Player of the Year three times (Roanoke Times in 2004, Atlantic 10 in 2004 and CAA in 2007), and was named to a combined five All-America teams in 2004 and 2007. Before JMU: Played in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes in 2008... has spent the last three years coaching offensive and defensive backs at
Born: June 13, 1987 Year At JMU: Second Graduate of: JMU (Bachelor’s 2010) Hometown: Hampton, Va. At JMU: In his first year as an assistant coach with the defensive line after serving the 2010-11 and 2011-12 school years as the Director of Player Relations for the football program... Was a four-year letterwinner for the Dukes and part of the 2008 CAA Championship team that was ranked No. 1 for the majority of the season and advanced to the semifinals... Also helped the Dukes to a playoff berth in 2007... Had a total of 21 tackles in his career at Madison Personal: Received his bachelor’s degree from JMU in kinesiology with a sports management concentration.
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football staff Pete Johnson
Football Equipment Manager
Director of Football Strength & Conditioning
Born: Aug. 31, 1968 Year At JMU: 17th Graduate of: JMU (Bachelor’s 1997) Hometown: Danville, Va. At JMU: In his 12th season as football equipment manager after being JMU’s basketball equipment manager for four years… is responsible for equipment maintenance, inventory and purchasing… organizes game-day and practice set up and works with the coaching staff to coordinate practice sessions… supervises a student staff and oversees transporting equipment to road-game sites… has been a certified equipment manager since June 2002 and is a member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association. Before JMU: Was head student manager under then JMU-coach “Lefty” Driesell in men’s basketball as a JMU undergraduate and was an assistant basketball coach at George Washington High School in Danville, Va., for five years. Personal: Received his bachelor’s degree in history… has sung the national anthem at numerous JMU athletics events and has recorded with JMU’s band, the Marching Royal Dukes… married Elizabeth Ann Tyler June 29, 2008… their family includes daughters Hannah Alicia (16), Elizabeth May (14) and Whitley Sarah (2).
Born: Jan 25, 1977 Year At JMU: Second Graduate of: SUNY Cortland (Bachelor’s 1999), South Carolina (Master’s 2002) Hometown: Scotia, N.Y. At JMU: Joined the JMU staff during the fall of 2012. Before JMU: Spent two seasons at Auburn University, where he served as an Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach in charge of men’s basketball and men’s and women’s golf... Women’s golf won the Southeastern Conference title in 2012 and advanced to the NCAA Central Regional., while the men’s golf team finished as runnerup in the SEC in 2012 and advanced to the NCAA Championship, where it tied for 15th... Prior to that spent five years as Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at American University in Washington, D.C. ... Was in charge of the implementation of all resistance, speed enhancement and conditioning programs for all 11 varsity sports... Was a part of back to back Patriot League Championships in 2007-08 and 2008-09 for men’s basketball with their first ever trip to the NCAA Tournament during the 2007-08 season... Prior to American was the Assistant Director of Sports Performance at Velocity Sports Performance in Alexandria, Va., and Baltimore, Md., where he coached high school, collegiate and professional athletes as well as assisted in day to day business operations... Worked for one season with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim as the strength coach for the Provo Angels, a minor league affiliate in Mesa, Ariz., and Provo, Utah, where the team went 54-22 and reached the league championship in 2003... Served as an Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach at the University of Richmond from 2002-03 where he worked with football, basketball, baseball, field hockey and tennis... Began his career at the University of South Carolina as a graduate assistant strength coach while earning his Master of Science degree in exercise science in 2002. Personal: Received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology with a minor in education from the State University of New York College at Cortland in 1999... Married to the former Gabrielle Baxter of Newark, Del., and they have two sons, Braden (4) and Bryce (1).
Scott Cook Football Athletic Trainer Born: April 20, 1968 Year At JMU: 11th Graduate of: West Virginia (Bachelor’s 1991), Purdue (Master’s 1993) Hometown: Lovettsville, Va. At JMU: Is in his 10th season as the athletic trainer for the JMU football program… works with JMU’s football team daily, including during the off-season… handles a variety of responsibilities, including injury treatment and rehabilitation… serves as an approved clinical instructor in JMU’s undergraduate athletic training curriculum… is a certified emergency medical technician. Before JMU: Was an assistant athletic trainer for four years (1999-2003) at Illinois, where he was the assistant athletic trainer for the football and men’s and women’s golf teams and was a clinical instructor in the university’s athletic training educational program… was the football rehabilitation coordinator and emergency care event manager… from 1993-99 was an assistant athletic trainer at Notre Dame, where he worked with the men’s soccer and lacrosse teams and assisted with the football and hockey teams. Personal: Received his bachelor’s degree in general science and secondary education with a minor in athletic training and his master’s in higher education administration… his wife, Jini, who is a West Virginia graduate, is space management coordinator at JMU… they have two children -- a daughter Peyton (16) and a son Wyatt (12).
Shane Eachus Director of Player Relations Born: August 19, 1989 Year At JMU: Second Graduate of: Ursinius (Bachelor’s 2012) Hometown: Aston, Pa. At JMU: In his second year as a graduate assistant, serving as Director of Player Relations.… Workins on his master’s in kinesiology with an emphasis in sports and recreation leadership. Before JMU: Was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at Ursinius... Started at free safety his junior and senior seasons, serving as team captain his final year... Earned First Team Academic All-America and All-Region his final year... Started at multiple positions in the secondary as a freshman... Was a three-time Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll member. Personal: Earned a dual bachelor at Ursinius, majoring in psychology and media/ communication studies... Graduated magna cum laude and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
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support staff Additional Football Staff
Denise Lough Office Manager
Patty Dorfer Office Assistant
Shane Vernarsky Assistant Football Equipment Coordinator
Jake Patten Associate Strength & Conditioning Coach
Joe Baroch Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach
Pete Shifflett (left) and Darren Drury TeamTelecommunications Technicians
John Kaltenborn Associate Athletic Trainer
Dr. Kent Diduch Team Physician
Dr. Mark Miller Team PhysicianOrthopaedic Surgeon
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academics Student-Athletes Receive Outstanding Academic/Development Services James Madison University has outstanding graduation and retention rates for its student-athletes, and the university’s commitment to academics -- through support services in academic advising and student development -- is a key reason they are successful in the classroom. JMU’s Office of Student-Athlete Services provides comprehensive academic advising to freshmen and upperclassmen without declared majors as members of the university’s advising system. Advisors provide individual assistance to all student-athletes throughout their college careers, and JMU student-athletes participate in a wide range of counseling and student development, career exploration, leadership and study skills programs. Casey Carter is JMU’s associate athletics director for academic support services Steve Henderson is the associate director. She is assisted by advisors Jennifer Burkhart, Tiffany Hall, Scott Arbogast, Joi Irby, Terrence Apted and Alise Svihla. Suzann Meyerhoeffer is admissions, tutor and housing assistant and Elaine Buthe provides office administrative support. Academic staff members work with student-athletes to develop class schedules and to choose major fields of study; they meet weekly with all first-year student-athletes and student-athletes in academic difficulty; they monitor progress toward graduation according to JMU and NCAA eligibility guidelines; they communicate with faculty regarding academic progress and other issues; and they participate in recruiting. They also facilitate career development by discussing vocational objectives and assisting in preparing student-athletes for employment interviews and recruitment seminars conducted by major corporations and firms through the university’s on-campus interviewing program. Carter and her staff meet each semester with all JMU student-athletes to monitor compliance with NCAA progress-toward-graduation and JMU academic guidelines. The office also coordinates tutoring and lap-top loan programs which provide all student-athletes with tutors and lap-top computers for academics when athletics events necessitate time away from campus. Additional office responsibilities include coordination of nominating student-athletes for awards and scholarships and implementing the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, a program designed to provide student-athletes opportunities for personal growth in five commitment areas -- academic excellence, athletics excellence, personal development, community service and career development. The program focuses on the holistic development of the individual and on the changing needs and skills of that individual in the years during and after college. Carter, Burkhart, Henderson, Apted and Hall are JMU graduates, and Svihla graduated from Virginia Tech. All are National Association for Athletic Academic Advisors members, and Burkhart, Apted and Hall are former JMU student-athletes. In addition to programs available to student-athletes, all JMU students have the opportunity to meet regularly with an advisor from their major field. Student-athletes participate in the university’s orientation program before beginning classes and an orientation experience designed by the student-athlete services office during their first JMU semester. Student-athletes benefit from study halls supervised by advisors, the Greater Madison athletic honors program and NCAA progress toward graduation and degree completion programs. Other programs provided by the university include the following: • An educational skills development laboratory that examines students’ study habits and works to improve listening, note-taking, test-taking, reading and comprehension skills. • A writing laboratory where students receive assistance in building vocabulary and grammar skills and preparing for graduate or professional school examinations. • A reading, writing and mathematics support laboratory that provides assistance to freshmen. • A reading center that provides diagnostic services for students with reading difficulties. • A First-Year Involvement program designed to assist freshmen in their adjustment to university life. • An Office of Disability Services that ensures that the university complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to guarantee the rights of all students with documented disabilities equal access to an education. • A Supplemental Instruction program that assists in student achievement and retention. SI features students helping students complete historically challenging courses.
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sports medicine JMU Staff “Sets The Standard” for Student-Athlete Care JMU student-athletes have access to outstanding athletic training room venues, medical facilities and medical care. Scott Cook is the football team’s head athletic trainer, and he oversees all aspects of the players’ healthcare needs. Cook is a West Virginia graduate, and he received a master’s degree from Purdue. Before joining the JMU staff, he was an athletic trainer at Notre Dame and Illinois. JMU teams also are served by team physician Dr. Kent Diduch and team orthopedic specialist Dr. Mark Miller. Dr. Diduch came to JMU in 2007-08 and is a Virginia native who graduated from William & Mary and The University of Virginia School of Medicine. Dr. Diduch is a board certified family physician and a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He also serves JMU as an associate professor in the health sciences and as medical director for the athletic training and physician assistant academic programs. Dr. Miller is the S. Ward Casscells Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Director of the Sports Medicine Division at the University of Virginia. He is a Distinguished Graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Dr. Miller completed his fellowship training in sports medicine and shoulder surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. He is board certified in orthopedic surgery and orthopaedic sports medicine and is a nationally recognized expert in orthopedic sports medicine. This is his seventh year as a team physician for JMU. The assistant athletics director for sports medicine is Tom Kuster, who is in his 12th JMU year. A JMU graduate, Kuster received his master’s degree from West Virginia, and he is responsible for the overall administration and operation of the sports medicine department. Certified athletic trainers Jackie Downar, John Kaltenborn, Jon Leonard, Chris Smith, Lisa Friesen, Nell Morgan, Dr. Paula Maxwell, Dr. Connie Peterson and Dr. Jamie Frye complete an experienced sports medicine staff that is assisted by graduate assistant certified athletic trainers and undergraduate athletic training students. JMU has a long tradition of athletic training and possesses one of the nation’s finer athletic training education programs, assisting the sports medicine team in setting the standard for student-athlete care.
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strength & conditioning Strength Program Helps Dukes Reach Their Full Potential JMU football players benefit from a strength training and conditioning program designed to develop all components of their athleticism. The players work directly with a full-time strength training and conditioning coach assigned to the football program on a full-time basis. JMU is among only a few schools with a person dedicated solely to football in the NCAA’s Football Championship Subdivision. The strength coach works with JMU players daily in and out of season. Those working with football include director Jason Riddell, associate director Jake Patten and assistant director Joe Baroch. “Our goal is to give all athletes the opportunity to reach their full potential while training throughout the year,” said Matthews. “Our strength & conditioning staff assesses each athlete’s needs, allowing them to determine the best actions to take in preparing for competition. A program is designed for all athletes and focuses on the key components of strength and conditioning. We believe that the keys to success on the field are better developed by concentrating on building athletes’ strength, speed, power, flexibility, balance and coordination. “Goals are set for all athletes throughout their training cycles, and players must dedicate themselves to our program to reach their potential. They understand what it takes to be competitive; therefore, they must prepare on a daily basis in an intense environment. Training in a team atmosphere can carry over onto the playing field and give us a chance to be competitive every Saturday,” Matthews said. JMU’s program follows what players do on the field with players at each position performing drills adapted from their playbooks. Offensive players execute positional blocking techniques and run paths and pass routes; defensive players simulate various stunts, coverage routes and pursuit drills. JMU’s football team conducts workouts in the Plecker Athletic Performance Center. The 7,000-square-foot weight room features state of the art equipment to benefit each athlete’s needs. There are nine power lift half racks and power racks that are equipped with Ivanko Bumper Plates and E-Z Lift Plates. This equipment is the core of JMU training, along with Hammer Strength and various pieces of Selectorized equipment that is used throughout each athlete’s training cycle. To enhance the form and technique of all of the athletes the strength and conditioning facility has two 45-inch flat screen televisions hooked to digital cameras, allowing the staff to immediately correct any flaws or imperfections during their training routines.
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2013 dukes Khalid Abdullah
Fr., RB, 5-10, 195 Newport News, Va. Heritage
R-Sr., FS, 5-10, 190 Ashburn, Va. Stone Bridge
Fr., DE, 6-3, 215 Gaithersburg, Md. Quince Orchard
R-So., PK, 6-0, 205 Williamsport, Md. Williamsport
R-Fr., DT, 6-0, 260 Ashburn, Va. Briar Woods
R-So., DB,5-10, 180 Takoma Park, Md. Eleanor Roosevelt (Ole Miss)
R-Fr., LB, 6-1, 215 Ventnor, N.J. St. Augustine Prep
R-So., OL, 6-4, 260 Stephenson, Va. Millbrook
So., QB, 6-4, 230 Matoaca, Va. Matoaca
Fr., WR, 6-4, 190 Virginia Beach, Va. Bayside
R-Fr., WR, 5-9, 180 Burkeville, Va. Nottoway
R-So., LB,5-11, 225 Mechanicsville, Va. Hanover
Fr., TE, 6-2, 245 Chester, Va. Matoaca
R-Jr., WR, 6-5, 220 Windsor, Va. Isle of Wight
R-Jr., OT, 6-3, 295 Alexandria, Va. West Potomac
Fr., WR, 5-9, 160 Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville
Fr., WR/DB, 6-2, 175 Cranberry Township, Pa. Seneca Valley
R-Jr., OG, 6-6, 300 Malvern, Pa. Great Valley
R-So., TB, 6-2, 240 Mechanicsville, Va. Hanover
R-So., WR, 5-10 185 Richmond, Va. Meadowbrook (Fork Union Military)
R-Jr., WR, 6-0, 180 Union Bridge, Md. Linganore
R-Fr., CB, 5-10, 165 Warrenton, Va. Kettle Run
R-Jr., S, 6-1, 205 Virginia Beach, Va. Green Run (Marshall)
Fr., TE/DE, 6-4, 230 Virginia Beach, Va. Kellam
R-Fr., OG, 6-4, 290 Fairfax, Va. Fairfax
R-So., OT, 6-6, 300 Oyster Bay, N.Y. Holy Trinity
Fr., QB, 6-3, 225 Christchurch, Va. Christchurch
R-Fr., TB 5-9, 195 Midlothian, Va. Cosby
R-Jr., CB, 5-10, 190 Williamstown, N.J. Williamstown
Fr., DB, 6-0, 185 Virginia Beach, Va. First Colonial
Jr., DE, 6-4, 235 Virginia Beach, Va. Ocean Lakes (Fork Union Military)
R-So., TE, 6-4, 240 Manheim, Pa. Manheim Central
R-Sr., WR, 6-0, 210 Oakton, Va. Flint Hill
Fr., LB, 6-1, 195 Baltimore, Md. Dunbar
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2013 dukes Cody Hendrickson
Fr., DL, 6-3, 260 Seaford, Va. York
R-Jr., DE 6-2, 280 Fairfax, Va. Woodson
Fr., WS, 5-11, 175 Dry Fork, Va. Tunstall
R-Sr., WR, 6-1, 210 Orange, Va. Orange County (Virginia)
R-So., DE, 6-2, 235 Springdale, Md. C.H., Flowers
Fr., RB,5-10, 180 Newport News, Va. Warwick
R-Jr., WS, 6-0, 205 Richmond, Va. Highland Springs
R-Sr., OG, 6-5, 305 McLean, Va. Langley
Jr., LB, 5-11, 205 East Wantagh, N.Y. Douglas MacArthur
R-Fr., OL, 6-5, 295 Kensington, Md. St. John’s College HS
R-So., OG, 6-6, 280 Nokesville, Va. Kettle Run (Fork Union Military)
R-Jr., OT, 6-5, 310 Clifton Park, N.Y. Shenendehowa (Syracuse)
R-Jr., TB, 6-0, 230 Fredericksburg, Va. Massaponax
R-Jr., DE, 6-2, 260 Sterling, Va. Park View
Fr., P, 5-9, 175 Spring Valley, Calif. Castle Park
R-Jr., RB, 6-0, 200 Petersburg, Va. Petersburg
Jr., FS, 6-2, 205 Queens, N.Y. Holy Cross
R-Fr., LB, 6-2, 225 Chesterfield, Va. Manchester
Fr., ATH, 6-2, 195 Chesapeake, Va. Great Bridge
R-So., DT, 6-3, 290 Highland Springs, Va. Highland Springs
Fr., OG, 6-4, 300 Bridgewater, Va. Turner Ashby
R-So., DE, 6-3, 240 Richmond, Va. Deep Run
Fr., QB, 6-3, 200 Culver City, Calif. Culver City (Avon (Conn.) Old Farms)
Fr., DE, 6-3, 235 Maplewood, N.J. West Orange
R-Jr., DE, 6-4, 250 Herndon, Va. Herndon
Fr., CB, 5-10, 165 Lynchburg, Va. Heritage
Fr., LS, 6-0, 180 Lynchburg, Va. Heritage
Fr., WR, 5-11, 165 Stafford, Va. North Stafford
R-Fr., CB, 6-1, 190 Newark, De. Newark
R-So., TE, 6-6, 255 Tamaqua, Pa. Marian Catholic
R-Fr., OC, 6-2, 270 Wirtz, Va. Franklin County
R-Sr., LB,5-11, 230 Alexandria, Va. Edison
R-Jr., WR, 6-3, 200 Amherst, Va. Amherst
R-Sr., WS, 5-11, 205 Amherst, Va. Amherst
Fr., QB, 6-5, 225 Yorktown, Va. Tabb
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2013 dukes A.J. Scott
R-Jr., OG, 6-5, 295 Staunton, Va. Robert E. Lee (Marshall)
R-Sr., TB, 5-9, 215 Staunton, Va. Robert E. Lee
R-So., PK/P, 5-11, 160 Winchester, Va. Handley
Fr., OL, 6-6, 285 Chesapeake, Va. Hickory
Fr., LS, 6-1, 210 Leesburg, Va. Fork Union Military Academy
R-Jr., TB, 5-8, 190 Virginia Beach, Va. Green Run
Jr., WR, 5-10, 185 District Heights, Md. Wise High School
R-Sr., DE, 6-3 265 Vinton, Va. William Byrd
Fr., TE, 6-4, 250 Yorktown, Va. Grafton
R-Fr., LB, 6-1, 215 Chesapeake, Va. Oscar Smith
R-Sr., DT, 6-4, 280 Fairfax, Va. Robinson
R-Sr., PK, 5-11, 180 Halifax, Va. Halifax County (West Virginia)
R-Fr., LB, 6-1, 230 Front Royal, Va. Warren
Fr., WR, 6-1, 185 Morgantown, W.Va. Morgantown
Fr., K/P, 5-8, 175 Richmond, Va. Hermitage
Fr., OL/DL, 6-5, 250 Troy, Va. St., Anne’s-Belfield
Fr., WR, 6-0, 180 Leesburg, Va. Loudoun County
R-Fr., WR, 6-2, 190 Chesapeake, Va. Western Branch
R-Sr., OT 6-6, 310 Mechanicsville, Va. Hanover
R-So., TE, 6-5, 230 Prince George, Va. Prince George
R-Jr., SS, 6-2, 215 Upper Marlboro, Md. Wise (Maryland)
R-Sr., DT, 6-1, 270 Springfield, Va. Robert E., Lee
R-So., WS, 5-11, 195 Stafford, Va. North Stafford
R-Fr., CB, 5-9, 160 Norfolk, Va. Norview
R-Jr., OC, 6-3, 290 Glen Mills, Pa. Cardinal O’Hara
R-Jr., WS, 5-10, 195 Winchester, Va. Handley (Maryland)
R-Jr., WR, 5-10, 185 Frederick, Md. Johnson
R-So., QB/TB, 6-3, 220 Virgnia Beach, Va. Ocean Lakes (Vanderbilt)
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network JMU’s entire 2013 football schedule will be broadcast by the JMU/nTelos Wireless Sports Radio Network. Front Row Marketing Services®, JMU and the VerStandig Broadcast Group are teamed up to manage each live game-day broadcast as well as Coach Mickey Matthews’ weekly radio show. Radio Stations VerStandig’s WSVA-AM station in WSVA-AM 550 Harrisonburg continues its long-runHarrisonburg ning service as the flagship station. Mike Schikman is the radio playESPN 94.1 or WGH 1310 by-play voice of the Dukes while Hampton Roads Clint Estes provides color commentary for games at Bridgeforth WREJ-AM 1540 Stadium and Curt Dudley travels to Richmond provide insight for road games. Fox Radio 910 Schikman’s career includes two Roanoke stints of JMU sports coverage, and he has been in the broadcast booth each season since 1991. He previVideo, Audio Webcasts ously was a network commentator www.JMUSports.com from 1981-86, and he handled the network’s in-station broadcast responsibilities in 1989 and 1990. Dudley, the JMU athletics department’s director of multimedia communications, assists in the coordination of network operations and productions and is the play-by-play voice for MadiZONE HD SportsNet, the Internet source for JMU sports video and audio productions. He has broadcast at various times since joining the JMU staff in 1988, and has been a regular since the 2000 football season. Estes begins his fourth season on the network and comes with 30-plus years of radio sports broadcasting experience from the central Virginia area, working for WJMA in Mike Schikman Orange, and WINA and ESPN 840 of Charlottesville. A Brooklyn, N.Y., native, Schikman is a 1977 Queens College graduate. He was WSVA’s sports director from 1979-86 and sports director at WORD in Spartanburg, S.C., from 1987-88. Dudley, a Norfolk, Va., native, is a 1983 Bridgewater College graduate and the host of the Mickey Matthews TV Show. Estes, a Charlottesville, Va., native and a graduate of Emory & Henry College and the University of Virginia, has hosted numerous sports talk shows in addition to game broadcasts. He is in his 36th year of working in Virginia public schools. Curt Dudley WSVA’s 5,000-watt signal broadcasts to listeners in the Shenandoah Valley area. Network affiliates make JMU broadcasts available in Hampton Roads (ESPN 94.1 FM or 1310 WGH AM), Richmond (WREJ 1540 AM) and Roanoke (FOX 910 AM), and the broadcasts are also streamed globally on MadiZONE HD SportsNet. Through the use of the JMU Dukes App, fans can listen on an iPad, iPhone or Android. In addition to game broadcasts, the network’s scheduling includes the JMU Rally Hour with Coach Mickey Matthews, heard weekly on Wednesdays from 7:10-8 p.m. The program is produced live at the Harrisonburg Chili’s Southwest Bar and Grill during the week of home games, Clint Estes and fans are invited to come out to Chili’s and enjoy the evening. The JMU/nTelos Wireless Sports Network also broadcasts JMU men’s and women’s basketball games.
JMU/nTelos Wireless Sports Radio Network
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FOOTBALL XXSUPPORT xx
2013 JMU Football Sports Medicine Staff
Front Row (left to right): Elizabeth Bird, Kaitlyn Grossman, Football Graduate Assistant Helen Denbow, Kathleen Knauf, Katelyn Grimes. Back Row: Associate Athletic Trainer John Katlenborn, Associate Athletic Trainer, Scott Cook, Timmy Huynh, Stephan Bodkin. (not pictured - Travis Cole)
2013 JMU Football Equipment Staff
Front Row seated (left to right): Assistant Kathryn Stotler, Assistant Football Coordiantor Shane Vernarsky, Head Football Pete Johnson, Erika Grimm. Back Row: Adriana Kania, John Harper, Jordan Underwood, Meredith Cherry. (not pictured - Head Student Manager Chris Hudgins, Assistant Head Student Manager Sean Eavro 2013 JMU Football Program - 37
CAA FOOTBALL XX UPDATE Weekly League Honors
Offensive Player of the Week
Omar Osbourne, Jr., RB, UAlbany Osbourne finished with a career- and game-high 252 yards on the ground, including a pair of touchdowns, to lead the Great Danes to their second win in as many years over in-state foe Colgate. The junior, whose 252 2013 CAA yards on 35 carries mark the thirdbest rushing performance in pro- Standings gram history, turned in his career Conference Overall high rushing total in the first half W-L W-L alone as UAlbany moved to 1-1 on Stony Brook 1 - 0 1-0 the season with Saturday’s 37-34 Delaware 0 - 0 2-0 win. Maine 0 - 0 2-0
Defensive Player of the Week
Reuben Johnson, Sr., DB, Stony Brook Johnson’s presence was undoubtedly felt on defense on Saturday, with the senior securing two fumble recoveries turned eventual touchdowns as the Seawolves won their season-opener and first-ever conference contest, 24-0, over Rhode Island. Johnson added four tackles, including one for a loss of three yards, to help Stony Brook blank the Rams on the road.
Special Teams Player of the Week
Rob Jones, Jr., PR/KR, Delaware Jones highlighted Saturday’s first half for the Blue Hens with a 62-yard punt return for a touchdown that represented the first such score for Delaware since 2004. In addition to the junior’s career-long return, he would tack on another two scores in the opening half as the Hens rolled to a 42-21 win over Delaware State in Saturday’s Route 1 Rivalry showdown, a series in which UD has now won all five meetings.
Rookie of the Week
Kendell Anderson, R-Fr., RB, William & Mary Anderson broke open for a pair of touchdowns to pace the Tribe to a 31-7 win over Hampton on Saturday. The rookie racked up 97 yards on 14 rushes in a game that saw him score his first two career touchdowns.
Towson Albany James Madison Richmond William & Mary New Hampshire Villanova Rhode Island
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CAA In Action Last Week Stony Brook 24, at Rhode Island 0* Towson 49, at Holy Cross 7 Maine 24, at Massachusetts 14 at Central Michigan 24, New Hampshire 21 at Delaware 42, Delaware State 21 at Akron 35, James Madison 33 Albany 37, at Colgate 34 at NC State 23, Richmond 21 at Fordham 27, Villanova 24 at William & Mary 31, Hampton 7
This Week Colgate at New Hampshire.......12 p.m. Delaware at Navy.....................3:30 p.m Bryant at Maine.......................3:30 p.m. Stony Brook at Buffalo............3:30 p.m. Saint Francis at James Madison......... .........................................................6 p.m. Richmond at Gardner-Webb........6 p.m William & Mary at Lafayette.......6 p.m. Rhode Island at Albany*..............7 p.m. Delaware State at Towson.....7:30 p.m. Next Week Maine at Northwestern................. TBA Towson at N. Carolina Central....2 p.m. Stony Brook at Villanova*...........3 p.m. Wagner at Delaware....................6 p.m. Liberty at Richmond......................6 p.m. Charlotte at James Madison......6 p.m. Rhode Island at William & Mary*........ .........................................................7 p.m. Central Conn. St. at Albany.........7 p.m. Hampton at William & Mary........7 p.m.
2013 CAA Statistical Leaders Rushing Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Long Yds/G 1. Omar Osbourne ALBANY JR 2 56 331 5.9 3 36 165.5 2. Terrance West TOWSON JR 2 53 277 5.2 4 44 138.5 3. Dae’Quan Scott JMU SR 2 42 227 5.4 1 42 113.5 4. Andrew Pierce DELAWARE SR 2 29 156 5.4 1 41 78.0 Marcus Coker SBU SR 1 23 78 3.4 1 18 78.0 6. Julian Laing DELAWARE SR 2 18 138 7.7 3 19 69.0 7. Jacobi Green RICHMOND SO 2 17 130 7.6 1 53 65.0 Lyle Negron SBU SR 1 7 65 9.3 0 59 65.0 Marcus Wasilewski MAINE SR 2 21 130 6.2 1 39 65.0 10. Kendell Anderson W&M FR 2 25 128 5.1 2 24 64.0 Passing Average/Game Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G 1. Trent Hurley DELAWARE JR 2 60 43 1 71.7 566 5 283.0 2. Michael Strauss RICHMOND JR 2 81 52 1 64.2 565 5 282.5 3. Will Fiacchi ALBANY JR 2 69 40 2 58.0 526 3 263.0 4. Marcus Wasilewski MAINE SR 2 56 35 2 62.5 476 1 238.0 5. Michael Birdsong JMU SO 2 60 39 1 65.0 425 4 212.5 6. Peter Athens TOWSON SR 2 43 30 1 69.8 424 3 212.0 7. Bob Bentsen URI SR 2 65 43 2 66.2 380 1 190.0 8. Lyle Negron SBU SR 1 19 12 0 63.2 186 1 186.0 9. John Robertson VU SO 2 46 28 2 60.9 322 1 161.0 10. Michael Graham W&M SR 2 48 27 1 56.2 313 2 156.5 Receive Yards/Game Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G 1. Kevin Chillis ALBANY SR 2 14 247 3 51 17.6 123.5 2. Justin Mello UNH SR 1 5 117 1 41 23.4 117.0 3. Michael Johnson DELAWARE JR 2 11 204 1 55 18.5 102.0 4. Stephan Barnette RICHMOND JR 2 11 180 2 29 16.4 90.0 5. Spencer Wilkins TOWSON JR 2 8 158 0 40 19.8 79.0 6. Zedric Joseph MAINE SR 2 6 150 1 85 25.0 75.0 7. Tre McBride W&M JR 2 5 137 0 40 27.4 68.5 8. Ben Edwards RICHMOND SR 2 12 126 1 59 10.5 63.0 9. Andrew Matos URI FR 2 8 124 1 36 15.5 62.0 10. Derrick Johnson MAINE SR 2 13 120 0 33 9.2 60.0 Kick Return Average Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg 1. Tre McBride W&M JR 2 4 157 0 78 39.2 2. Javon White VU SO 2 4 127 0 55 31.8 3. Dejor Simmons JMU JR 2 4 100 0 30 25.0 4. Derrick Joseph TOWSON JR 2 4 94 0 30 23.5 5. Andrew Matos URI FR 2 5 89 0 30 17.8 Tackles (All positions) Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack 1. Joey Harmon VU JR 2 LB 17 6 23 11.5 0.0 2. Jerome Couplin W&M SR 2 DB 15 7 22 11.0 0.0 Manny Asam UNH SR 1 DB 8 3 11 11.0 0.0 4. Cabrinni Goncalves MAINE SO 2 LB 11 9 20 10.0 2.0 Telvion Clark TOWSON SR 2 LB 11 9 20 10.0 1.0 Shane McNeely UNH JR 1 LB 4 6 10 10.0 0.0 7. Stephon Robertson JMU SR 2 LB 6 13 19 9.5 0.0 8. Patrick Callaway DELAWARE JR 2 LB 12 6 18 9.0 1.0 Naim Cheeseboro SBU SO 1 DB 5 4 9 9.0 0.0 10. Dave Zocco URI SR 2 LB 11 6 17 8.5 1.0 Don Cherry VU SO 2 LB 8 9 17 8.5 0.0 12. Gage Steele JMU FR 2 LB 2 14 16 8.0 0.0 Eric Wright RICHMOND JR 2 LB 8 8 16 8.0 0.0 Alex Helmer ALBANY SR 2 10 6 16 8.0 1.0
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JMU ROSTER XX No. Name xx
Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School (Previous) 1 Titus Till* R-Jr. SS 6-2 215 UpperMarlboro,Md./Wise(Maryland) 2 Quintin Hunter** R-Sr. WR 6-1 210 Orange, Va./Orange County (Virginia) 3 Sage Harold** Jr. DE 6-4 235 Virginia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes (Fork Union Military) 5 Dejor Simmons** R-Jr. TB 5-8 190 Virginia Beach, Va./Green Run 6 DeAndre’ Smith** Jr. WR 5-10 185 District Heights, Md./Wise 7 Rhakeem Stallings R-Fr. LB 6-1 215 Chesapeake, Va./Oscar Smith 8 Andre Coble* R-So. WR 5-10 185 Richmond, Va./Meadowbrook (Fork Union) 9 Peter Rose** R-Sr. WS 5-11 205 Amherst, Va./Amherst 10 Daniel Brown* R-Jr. WR 6-5 220 Windsor, Va./Isle of Wight 11 Dae’Quan Scott*** R-Sr. TB 5-9 215 Staunton, Va./Robert E. Lee 12 Lafonte Thourogood R-So. SS 6-3 220 Virgnia Beach, Va./Ocean Lakes (Vanderbilt) 13 Jevontae Parrish Fr. CB 5-10 165 Lynchburg, Va./Heritage 14 Taylor Reynolds R-Fr. CB 6-1 190 Newark, De./Newark 15 Daniel Schiele Fr. QB 6-5 225 Yorktown, Va./Tabb 16 Dean Marlowe** Jr. FS 6-2 205 Queens, N.Y./Holy Cross 17 Michael Birdsong* So. QB 6-4 230 Matoaca, Va./Matoaca 18 Arlandis Harvey*** R-Sr. WR 6-0 210 Oakton, Va./Flint Hill 19 Alex Girvan Fr. QB 6-3 225 Christchurch, Va./Christchurch 20 Daniel Allen*** R-Sr. FS 5-10 190 Ashburn, Va./Stone Bridge 21 Jeremiah Wilson* R-Jr. WS 5-10 195 Winchester, Va./Handley (Maryland) 22 Marquis Woodyard** R-Jr. WR 5-10 185 Frederick, Md./Johnson 23 Jauan Latney** R-Jr. TB 6-0 230 Fredericksburg, Va./Massaponax 24 Justin Wellons R-Fr. WR 6-2 190 Chesapeake, Va./Western Branch 25 Cardon Johnson Fr. RB 5-10 180 Newport News, Va./Warwick 26 Abdul Bangura R-So. CB 5-10 180 Takoma Park, Md./ Eleanor Roosevelt (Ole Miss) 27 Stephon Robertson*** R-Sr. LB 5-11 230 Alexandria, Va./Edison 28 Jainard Lambert R-Fr. TB 5-9 195 Midlothian, Va./Cosby 29 Kyre Hawkins Fr. LB 6-1 195 Baltimore, Md./Dunbar 30 Ron Gordon* R-Jr. CB 5-10 190 Williamstown, N.J./Williamstown 31 Rashard Davis Fr. WR 5-9 160 Charlottesville, Va./Charlottesville 32 Khalid Abdullah Fr. RB 5-10 195 Newport News, Va./Heritage 33 Gage Steele R-Fr. LB 6-1 230 Front Royal, Va./Warren 34 Wyatt Johnson R-Jr. WS 6-0 205 Richmond, Va./Highland Springs 35 Sean Walker* R-So. WS 5-11 195 Stafford, Va./North Stafford 36 Logan Boyd Fr. WR 6-4 190 Virginia Beach, Va./Bayside 37 Deane Cheatham R-So. TB 6-2 240 Mechanicsville, Va./Hanover 38 Kwe’shon Williams R-Fr. CB 5-9 160 Norfolk, Va./Norview 40 Raven Greene Fr. WS 6-0 185 Virginia Beach, Va./First Colonial 41 Blaine Stewart Fr. WR 6-1 185 Morgantown, W.Va./ Morgantown 42 Connor Arnone* R-So. PK 6-0 205 Williamsport, Md. – Williamsport 43 Eric Magruder** R-Jr. RB 6-0 200 Petersburg, Va./Petersburg 44 Jordan Brown Fr. WR/DB 6-2 175 Cranberry Township, Pa./ Seneca Valley 45 John Barillo R-Fr. LB 6-1 215 Ventnor, N.J./St. Augustine Prep 46 Cameron Starke*** R-Sr. PK 5-11 180 Halifax, Va./Halifax County (West Virginia) 47 Marzae Brooks* R-So. LB 5-11 225 Mechanicsville, Va./Hanover 48 Ascene Jacques* R-So. DE 6-2 235 Springdale, Md./C.H. Flowers 49 Graham Sharples R-So. PK/P 5-11 160 Winchester, Va./Handley 50 Brandon Lee** R-Jr. DE 6-2 260 Sterling, Va./Park View 51 Scott Jones** R-Sr. OG 6-5 305 McLean, Va./Langley 52 Justin Baker R-Fr. DT 6-0 260 Ashburn, Va./Briar Woods 53 Matt Williams** R-Jr. OC 6-3 290 Glen Mills, Pa./Cardinal O’Hara 54 Jake Marten R-Fr. LB 6-2 225 Chesterfield, Va./Manchester 55 A.J. Scott** R-Jr. OG 6-5 295 Staunton, Va./Robert E. Lee (Marshall) 56 Jordan Stanton*** R-Sr. DT 6-4 280 Fairfax, Va./Robinson 57 Silas Ademola Fr. DE 6-4 265 Bladensburg, Md./Bladensburg 58 Tom Joyce Jr. LB 5-11 215 E.Wantagh, N.Y./Douglas MacArthur 59 Casey Kroll R-So. OG 6-6 280 Nokesville, Va./Kettle Run (Fork Union) 60 Matt Cunningham** R-Jr. OT 6-3 295 Alexandria, Va./West Potomac 61 Christian Norton R-So. DE 6-3 240 Richmond, Va./Deep Run 62 Kyle Rigney R-Fr. OC 6-2 270 Wirtz, Va./Franklin County 63 Ryan Shaver Fr. OL 6-6 285 Chesapeake, Va./Hickory 64 Matt Frank R-Fr. OG 6-4 290 Fairfax, Va./Fairfax 65 Evans Osuji Fr. DE 6-3 235 Maplewood, N.J./West Orange 67 Bingham Togia*** R-Sr. DT 6-1 270 Springfield, Va./Robert E. Lee 68 Nic Moyers Fr. OG 6-4 300 Bridgewater, Va./Turner Ashby 69 Dylan Stallings Fr. TE 6-4 250 Yorktown, Va./Grafton
o. Name N Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School (Previous) 70 Aaron Stinnie Fr. OL/DL 6-5 250 Troy, Va./St. Anne’s-Belfield 71 Josh Wells*** R-Sr. OT 6-6 310 Mechanicsville, Va./Hanover 72 Erik Buchholz* R-Jr. OG 6-6 300 Malvern, Pa./Great Valley 73 David Pultz Fr. LS 6-0 180 Lynchburg, Va./Heritage 74 Simeyon Robinson Fr. DL 6-2 265 Virginia Beach, Va./First Colonial 75 Cody Hendrickson Fr. DL 6-3 260 Seaford, Va./York 76 Mitchell Kirsch R-Fr. OL 6-5 295 Kensington, Md./St. John’s Coll. HS 77 Austin Lane* R-Jr. OT 6-5 310 Clifton Park, N.Y./Shenendehowa (Syracuse) 78 Wray Fucci* R-So. OT 6-6 300 Oyster Bay, N.Y./Holy Trinity 79 Alex Barnes R-So. OL 6-4 260 Stephenson, Va./Millbrook 81 Coby Branch R-Fr. WR 5-9 180 Burkeville, Va./Nottoway 82 Ryan Dixon** R-Jr. WR 6-0 180 Union Bridge, Md./Linganore 83 Derek Hart* R-So. TE 6-4 240 Manheim, Pa./Manheim Central 84 Brandon Brown Fr. TE 6-2 245 Chester, Va./Matoaca 85 Dominick Richards* R-So. TE 6-6 255 Tamaqua, Pa./Marian Catholic 86 Nick Edwards Fr. TE/DE 6-4 230 Virginia Beach, Va./Kellam 88 Brandon Ravenel Fr. WR 5-11 165 Stafford, Va./North Stafford 89 Anthony Rose* R-Jr. WR 6-3 200 Amherst, Va./Amherst 90 Alex Mosley* R-So. DT 6-3 290 HighlandSprings,Va./HighlandSprings 91 Juan Luna Fr. P 5-9 175 Spring Valley, Calif./Castle Park 92 Albert Williams R-So. TE 6-5 230 Prince George, Va./Prince George 93 Andrew Ankrah Fr. DE 6-3 215 Gaithersburg, Md./Quince Orchard 94 Brad Szoka Fr. WR 6-0 180 Leesburg, Va./Loudoun County 95 Tyler Snow*** R-Sr. DE 6-3 265 Vinton, Va./William Byrd 96 Julian Drakeford R-Fr. CB 5-10 165 Warrenton, Va./Kettle Run 97 Zack Ozycz R-Jr. DE 6-4 250 Herndon, Va./Herndon 99 Josh Hogan* R-Jr. DE 6-2 280 Fairfax, Va./Woodson 1 3^ Lukas O’Connor Fr. WR 6-3 200 Culver City, Calif./Culver City (Avon (Conn.) Old Farms) 41^ Brett Siegel Fr. LS 6-1 210 Leesburg, Va./Fork Union 63^ Nick Michalski Fr. ATH 6-2 195 Chesapeake, Va./Great Bridge 91^ John Stiebel Fr. K/P 5-8 175 Richmond, Va./Hermitage 94^ Evan Huffman Fr. WS 5-11 175 Dry Fork, Va./Tunstall * Indicates letters earned at James Madison
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2013 James Madison Coaching Staff Head Coach Mickey Matthews (15th Year) Assistant Coaches Mike O’Cain (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) Kyle Gillenwater (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers) Curt Newsome (Associate Head Coach/Offensive Line) Isai Bradshaw (Strong Safeties) Earl Chambers (Running Backs) Ulrick Edmonds (Tight Ends) Jeff Hanson (Defensive Line) Tony LeZotte (Secondary) Clayton Matthews (Wide Receivers/Kickers) Dominique White (Def. Assistant)
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WHEN JMU HAS XX THE BALL xx
10 Daniel Brown R-Jr. • 6-5 • 220 31 Rashard Davis Fr. • 5-9 • 160
17 Michael Dennis Jr. • 5-9 • 170 5 Matthew Scott Jr. • 5-9 • 187
FS 11 Dae’Quan Scott R-Sr. • 5-9 • 215 28 Jainard Lambert R-Fr. • 5-9 • 195
60 Matt Cunningham R-Jr. • 6-3 • 295 78 Wray Fucci R-So. • 6-6 • 300
17 Michael Birdsong So. • 6-4 • 230 15 Daniel Schiele Fr. • 6-5 • 225
51 Scott Jones R-Sr. • 6-5 • 305 59 Casey Kroll R-So. • 6-6 • 280
53 Matt Williams R-Jr. • 6-3 • 290 62 Kyle Rigney R-Fr. • 6-2 • 270
55 A.J. Scott R-Jr. • 6-5 • 295 72 Erik Buchholz R-Jr. • 6-6 • 300
71 Josh Wells R-Sr. • 6-6 • 310 76 Mitchell Kirsch R-Fr. • 6-5 • 295
18 Arlandis Harvey R-Sr. • 6-0 • 210 88 Brandon Ravenel Fr. • 5-11 • 165
37 Deane Cheatham R-So. • 6-2 • 240 85 Dominick Richards R-So. • 6-6 • 255
OLB 99 Brody MaughanEvanson Jr. • 6-0 • 287 94 Shane Morris Jr. • 6-3 • 270
DT RT TE
2 Asalemo Fruean Sr. • 6-2 • 250 55 Erik Walker R-Fr. • 6-3 • 245
75 Kaena Lopaka Moose Jr. • 6-1 • 275 72 Terrace Bourne Jr. • 6-0 • 319
10 Semo Sila So. • 6-1 • 196 45 Curtis Gibson So. • 6-0 • 215
6 Max Ma’afala-Maiava So. • 6-0 • 230 8 Brandon Small So. • 5-10 • 220
11 Bishop Neal Jr. • 5-11 • 191 15 DaVon McGant Jr. • 6-0 • 192
49 Joe Laukaitis Sr. • 6-3 • 278 44 Dylan Bear Jr. • 6-2 • 217
WR 2 Quintin Hunter R-Sr. • 6-1 • 210 82 Ryan Dixon R-Jr. • 6-0 • 180
23 Ricky Jordan So. • 5-11 • 170 34 Khalid Jones Jr. • 5-0 • 189
1 Lorenzo Jerome Fr. • 5-11 • 185 7 Patrick Paul Sr. • 5-10 • 170
26 Jake DeMedal Sr. • 6-2 • 197 37 Cody Reimers Jr. • 5-11 • 191
5 Dejor Simmons R-Jr. • 5-8 • 190 23 Jauan Latney R-Jr. • 6-0 • 230 81 Coby Branch R-Fr. • 5-9 • 180 6 DeAndre’ Smith Jr. • 5-10 • 185
James Madison’s Specialists K P
46 Cameron Starke R-Sr. • 5-11 • 180 49 Graham Sharples R-So. • 5-11 • 160 42 Connor Arnone R-So. • 6-0 • 205 49 Graham Sharples R-So. • 5-11 • 160
88 Quintin Hunter R-Sr. • 6-2 • 170 41 David Skahn R-Sr. • 6-2 • 175
83 Derek Hart R-So. • 6-4 • 240 53 Matt Williams R-Jr. • 6-3 • 290
83 Derek Hart R-So. • 6-4 • 240 53 Matt Williams R-Jr. • 6-3 • 290
16 Dean Marlowe Jr. • 6-2 • 205 or 11 Dae’Quan Scott R-Sr. • 5-9 • 215 or 6 DeAndre’ Smith Jr. • 5-10 • 185
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87 Terell Smith Jr. • 6-0 • 194 9 Franklyn Williamson Jr. • 6-0 • 169
22 Kyle Harbridge R-Sr. • 5-10 • 195 1 Khairi Dickson So. • 6-0 • 182
67 Thurston Kino Jr. • 6-3 • 290 70 John Watson R-Fr. • 6-3 • 283
5 Capri Thompson R-Fr. • 6-2 • 190 and 8 Max Ward R-Fr. • 6-1 • 206 13 Shane Gensiak Sr. • 6-4 • 220
32 Anthony Damiano So. • 6-1 • 220 39 Nickolas Rounceville Jr. • 6-1 • 221
66 Brandon Bunting Jr. • 6-2 • 278 76 Bryn Kaufman R-Fr. • 6-4 • 260
77 Michael Boyd Fr. • 6-1 • 291 68 Jimmy Marks Fr. • 6-2 • 275
79 Lloyd Hill Sr. • 6-3 • 401 73 Mitchell Boyd Fr. • 6-1 • 303
52 Colin Gdula Jr. • 6-4 • 284 74 Garrett Lucas So. • 6-3 • 308 45 Frank Failace So. • 6-2 • 225 83 Matt Valenzuela Fr. • 6-2 • 225
2 Dane Domonkos Sr. • 5-7 • 165 86 Ryan LaDuke Sr. • 5-9 • 166
38 Kwe’shon Williams R-Fr. • 5-9 • 160 26 Abdul Bangura R-So. • 5-10 • 180
33 Gage Steele R-Fr. • 6-1 • 230 47 Marzae Brooks R-So. • 5-11 • 225
27 Stephon Robertson R-Sr. • 5-11 • 230 45 John Barillo R-Fr. • 6-1 • 215
1 Titus Till R-Jr. • 6-2 • 215 9 Pete Rose R-Sr. • 5-11 • 205
67 Bingham Togia R-Sr. • 6-1 • 270 90 Alex Mosley R-So. • 6-3 • 290
56 Jordan Stanton R-Sr. • 6-4 • 280 97 Zack Ozycz R-Jr. • 6-4 • 250
3 Sage Harold Jr. • 6-4 • 235 48 Ascene Jacques R-So. • 6-2 • 235
21 Jeremiah Wilson R-Jr. • 5-10 • 195 40 Raven Greene Fr. • 6-0 • 185
50 Brandon Lee R-Jr. • 6-2 • 260 7 Rhakeem Stallings R-Fr. • 6-1 • 215
16 Dean Marlowe Jr. • 6-2 • 205 35 Sean Walker R-So. • 5-11 • 195
2 Dane Domonkos Sr. • 5-7 • 165 3 Anthony Abeid So. • 5-8 • 175
14 Taylor Reynolds R-Fr. • 6-1 • 190 13 Jevontae Parrish Fr. • 5-10 • 165
Saint Francis’ Specialists K P
12 Lance Geesey R-Fr. • 5-10 • 180 2 Dane Domonkos Sr. • 5-7 • 165 18 Zack Drayer Fr. • 6-3 • 215 12 Lance Geesey R-Fr. • 5-10 • 180
41 Matt Camilletti So. • 6-2 • 205
44 Dylan Bear Jr. • 6-2 • 217
44 Dylan Bear Jr. • 6-2 • 217
2 Dane Domonkos Sr. • 5-7 • 165 3 Anthony Abeid So. • 5-8 • 175
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SAINT FRANCIS XX ROSTER o. xxName N Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School 1 Khairi Dickson So. RB 6-0 182 Cleveland, Ohio/ Cleveland Central Catholic 1 Lorenzo Jerome Fr. DB 5-11 185 Sunrise, Fla. / J.P. Taravella 2 Dane Domonkos Sr. WR 5-7 165 Windber, Pa. / Bishop McCort 2 Asalemo Fruean Sr. LB 6-2 250 Waipahu, Hawaii /Waipahu 3 Anthony Abeid So. RB 5-8 175 Youngstown, Ohio/ Youngstown Christian 3 Dave Coleman R-So. DB 5-11 210 Montclair, N.J./Montclair 4 Kire Worley Fr. DB 6-1 185 Richmond, Va./Fork Union Military 5 Matthew Scott R-Jr. DB 5-9 187 Frederick, Md./Tuscarora 5 Capri Thompson R-Fr. QB 6-2 190 Clairton, Pa./Clairton 6 Max Ma’afala-Maiava So. LB 6-0 230 Pearl City, Hawaii/Aiea 7 Patrick Paul Sr. DB 5-10 170 Port Charlotte, Fla./Port Charlotte 8 Brandon Small R-So. LB 5-10 220 Clairton, Pa./Clairton 8 Max Ward R-Fr. QB 6-1 206 Steelton, Pa./Middletown 9 Franklyn Williamson Jr. WR 6-0 169 Bowie, Md./Bishop McNamara 10 Semo Sila So. LB 6-1 196 Honolulu, Hawaii/Farrington 11 Bishop Neal Jr. LB 5-11 191 Clairton, Pa./Clairton 12 Lance Geesey R-Fr. P 5-10 180 Harrisburg, Pa./Cumberland Valley 12 Rashawn Pascal Fr. WR 6-0 170 Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Fort Lauderdale 13 Shane Gensiak Sr. QB 6-4 220 Jessup, Pa./Valley View 13 Solomon Leaeno Fr. LB 5-11 220 Kapolei, Hawaii/James Campbell 14 DaQuan Minter So. DB 5-11 170 Johnstown, Pa./Greater Johnstown 15 DaVon McGant R-Jr. DB 6-0 192 Brandywine, Md./Gwynn Park 16 William Martin Jr. WR 5-8 167 Burlington, N.J./Burlington Twp. 17 Rodriquez Alexander Fr. WR 6-0 170 Miramar, Fla./Everglades 17 Michael Dennis Jr. DB 5-9 170 Teaneck, N.J./Teaneck 18 Zack Drayer Fr. QB 6-3 215 Hershey, Pa./Hershey 19 Matt Mazzara Sr. QB 6-1 193 State College, Pa./State College Area 20 Curtis Gibson So. LB 6-0 215 Waldorf, Md./North Point 20 Aaron Sye Jr. WR 6-0 190 Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt 21 Kadarrius Campbell Fr. RB 5-11 210 Leonardtown, Md./St. Mary’s Ryken 22 Kyle Harbridge R-Sr. RB 5-10 195 Easton, Pa./Easton Area 23 Ricky Jordan So. CB 5-11 170 Wheeling, W.Va./Linsly 24 Ter’Shaudney Phillips So. DB 5-11 170 Deland, Fla./Deland 25 Nochie Agubuzo Jr. DB 6-1 180 Washington, D.C./DeMatha Catholic 25 Anthony Bowman R-Jr. LB 5-10 233 Damascus, Md./ Our Lady of Good Counsel 26 Jake DeMedal Sr. DB 6-2 197 New Wilmington, Pa./Wilmington 27 Jacob Bond So. DB 6-0 170 Owings, Md./Northern 28 Alex Murray R-Fr. DB 5-11 190 Philadelphia, Pa./West Catholic 29 Alford Thompson Sr. DB 5-9 175 Washington, D.C. / Our Lady of Good Counsel 30 Cole Bush Fr. RB 6-2 230 Apollo, Pa./Burrell 31 Corey Leonard Sr. WR 6-0 185 Sewickley, Pa./Quaker Valley 32 Anthony Damiano So. LB 6-1 220 Tamaqua, Pa./Marian Catholic 33 Mark Powell Fr. FB 5-9 225 Alexandria, Pa./Juniata Valley 34 Khalid Jones Jr. DB 5-9 189 Philadelphia, Pa./Episcopal Academy 36 Glenn Cross Fr. DB 5-11 185 Matawan, N.J./Matawan Regional 37 Cody Reimers Jr. DB 5-11 191 Wilson, N.Y./Wilson Central 39 Nickolas Rounceville Jr. LB 6-1 221 Fayetteville, Pa./Waynesboro Area 40 Andrew Redden Jr. LB 5-11 199 Clearfield, Pa./Clearfield Area 41 Matt Camilletti So. TE 6-2 205 Bangor, Pa./Pius X 42 Brandon Calhoun So. RB 5-10 250 Philadelphia, Pa./ West Philadelphia Catholic 43 Marcus Alston Fr. TE 6-3 240 Baltimore, Md./Mount Saint Joseph 44 Dylan Bear Jr. LB 6-2 217 Mars, Pa./Mars Area 45 Frank Failace So. TE 6-2 225 Wayne, N.J./Don Bosco Prep 45 Taylor White Fr. WR 5-9 175 Baltimore, Md./Mount Saint Joseph’s 46 Glenn Beckmeyer So. C/LS 5-10 230 Washington Township, N.J./ Saint Joseph Regional 48 Jakob King Jr. FB 6-0 200 York, Pa./Red Lion Area 49 Joe Laukaitis Sr. DL 6-3 278 Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper Saint Clair 51 Angelo Broglia Fr. DE 6-3 235 Canonsburg, Pa./Canon-McMillan 52 Colin Gdula R-Jr. OL 6-4 284 Dunlo, Pa. / Forest Hills
No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School 55 Erik Walker R-Fr. LB 6-3 245 Clairton, Pa./Clairton 57 Marcus Pickens Fr. LB 5-11 220 Oxon Hill, Md./Potomac 58 Wesley Nagaseu Fr. LB 6-0 240 Waipahu, Hawaii/Waipahu 66 Brandon Bunting R-Jr. OL 6-2 278 Champion, Pa./Mount Pleasant Area 67 Thurston Kino R-Jr. OL 6-3 290 Honolulu, Hawaii/Punahou 68 Jimmy Marks Fr. OL 6-2 275 Middletown, Pa./Lower Dauphin 70 John Watson R-Fr. OL 6-3 283 Philadelphia, Pa./ Calvary Christian Academy 71 Damian Smith Fr. OL 6-0 300 Altoona, Pa./Altoona 72 Terrace Bourne Jr. DT 6-0 319 Wilmington, Del./Alexis I. DuPont 73 Mitchell Boyd Fr. OL 6-1 303 Honolulu, Hawaii/Farrington 74 Garrett Lucas R-So. OL 6-3 308 Johnstown, Pa./Westmont Hilltop 75 Kaena Moose R-Jr. DL 6-1 275 Honolulu, Hawaii/Iolani School 76 Bryn Kaufman R-Fr. OL 6-4 260 Wilmington, Pa./Wilmington Area 77 Michael Boyd Fr. OL 6-1 291 Honolulu, Hawaii/Farrington 79 Lloyd Hill R-Sr. OL 6-3 401 Steelton, Pa./Steelton-Highspire 80 Josiah Williams Fr. WR 6-2 183 Dewitt, N.Y./Jamesville Dewitt 82 Steven Schmitt Jr. WR 5-11 173 Greensburg, Pa./Hempfield 83 Matt Valenzuela Fr. TE 6-2 225 Sterling, Va./Dominion 84 Morece Isaac Jr. WR 6-6 215 Rahway, N.J./Cardinal McCarrick 85 Myles Brooker Fr. WR 6-0 180 Philadelphia, Pa./Germantown 86 Ryan LaDuke R-Sr. WR 5-9 166 Greensburg, Pa./Greater Latrobe 87 Terell Smith Jr. WR 6-0 194 West Haverstraw, N.Y./North Rockland 90 Thomas Dougherty So. DL 6-2 260 West Chester, Pa. / West Chester Rustin 92 Abu Fofanah So. DL 6-3 260 Westminster, Md. / Westminster 93 Roberto Harris-Barron So. DL 5-10 244 Philadelphia, Pa. / Roman Catholic 94 Shane Morris Jr. DL 6-3 270 Revloc, Pa. / Central Cambria 95 Tim Hornick So. DL 5-11 250 Johnstown, Pa. / Bishop McCort 98 Brandon Taylor Fr. DT 6-1 270 Montclair, N.J. / Montclair 99 Brody Maughan-Evanson R-Jr. DL 6-0 287 Mars, Pa. / Mars Area
2013 Saint Francis Coaching Staff Head Coach Chris Villarrial (Fourth Year) Assistant Coaches Scott Benzel (Assistant Head Coach/Co-Defensive Coordinator) Jake Nulph (Co-Defensive Coordinator/ Linebacker) Eric Long (Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterback) Colyn Haugh (Defensive Line) Joe Shook (Kickers) Brian Wright (Wide Receivers) Dick Mock (Offensive Assistant) Jayson Glezman (Defensive Backs) Sam Dorsett (Running Backs)
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SENIORS XX Q & A 18 • Arlandis Harvey xx
R-Sr. – WR – 6-0 – 210 Oakton, Va./Flint Hill
The biggest misconception about being a studentathlete is: That we get special privileges in class Greatest accomplishment: Beating Virginia Tech If you were stranded on a deserted island, who is the one person with you? My dad, he’s a jack of all trades but a master of none Behind my back, my teammates say: I’m a tough
competitor After meeting Coach Matthews, I thought: I’m glad to be a Duke An important lesson I’ve learned in life is: Nothing is given to you, you have to work and earn everything in life What is one thing you can’t get through the day without? My laptop Before a football game, I: Listen to music or study To me, “JMU Nation” means: The best fan support any athlete could ask for. Who is your favorite professor/teacher at JMU and why? Dr. Ott Walter because she is so personable and down to earth and Dr. Herrick because he tells the corniest jokes in class. If you could have any job, what would it be? Physicians Assistant What is the one item you couldn’t live without? Chap Stick Name your favorite player of all-time: Steve McNair What is your favorite Olympic sport to watch? Basketball What member of your family do you admire the most? Both my grandmother and grandfather What is your dream car? 1967 Chevy Camaro If you could be on any reality tv show which one would you choose and why? Deadliest Catch, but only for a day or two because I couldn’t survive being wet and cold. What is your favorite kind of ice cream? Cookies ‘n’ Cream What kind of music do you like? Hip Hop What is your favorite college football team? University of Tennessee What was your favorite cartoon as a child? Tom and Jerry Why did you choose JMU? Close enough yet far enough away from home Best athlete I’ve played against: Cam Johnson Person in history I’d like to meet: Martin Luther King, Jr. My biggest pet peeve is: In a empty parking lot, don’t park right next to my car The thing I like most about JMU: That everybody is so friendly My advice to youngsters is: Go to class What made you decide to play college sports? Growing up watching my dad play college basketball as a kid If you could live anywhere, where would you live and why? Georgia, I love Georgia’s summers. What is the funniest prank ever played on you or by you? Putting crushed red peppers under the icing of a cupcake then giving it to my friend and watching his reaction
9 • Pete Rose
R-Sr. – SS – 5-11 – 210 Amherst, Va./Amherst
The biggest misconception about being a studentathlete is: That being an student athlete is easy Greatest accomplishment: Getting a scholarship to play football If you could talk to anyone from the past or the present, who would it be? My grandmother If you were stranded on a deserted island, who is the one person with you? Couldn’t have one - all three of my siblings. Behind my back, my teammates say: I’m an old head After meeting Coach Matthews, I thought: Very interesting man An important lesson I’ve learned in life is: A second chance can make all the difference When I get nervous, I: I get cold no matter what Before a football game, I: basically lose my mind so I have to listen to slow music to calm down When I want to relax, I: I eat a massive amount and turn the AC on and get in bed If I could have an ESPN SportsCenter highlight, it would be: LEGALLY knocking someone’s helmet off with a big hit and making the fumble and scoop and score all in the same play. To me, “JMU Nation” means: Family outside of family Who is your favorite professor/teacher at JMU and why? April Roth What is your favorite fast food restaurant? Cookout What is the one item you couldn’t live without? My hats Name your favorite player of all-time. Sean Taylor What was your most embarrassing moment? Getting run over in the Maine game of my redshirt freshman year What member of your family do you admire the most? Mom and Dad equally Who is your favorite actress? Jennifer Lopez Who is your favorite author? Stephen King What is your favorite dessert? Smoothie from Sheetz Who is your favorite football coach of all time? My high school coach Scott Abel What kind of music do you like? All different kinds I have a good ear for music What was your favorite cartoon as a child? Gummy Bears What is your favorite song to sing in the shower? “My Girl” by The Temptations What sport, other than football, do you enjoy? Basketball Best athlete I’ve played against: N.Y. Giants running back David Wilson When I played football as a kid, I pretended I was: Mike Vick My advice to youngsters is: Don’t ever give up on yourself because others will do that enough for you, and being at your lowest only sets you up for your highs
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XC READYXXFOR 2013 xx James Madison’s women’s cross country program has had a history of success, including last year’s East Coast Athletic Conference championship. This year, the Dukes are looking to utilize a younger crew to make a run at the Colonial Athletic Association title. With that in mind, cross country head coach Dave Rinker sat down to talk about his team as it enters the first full meet of the season next weekend. You had about 50 alumni come back to run in the first cross country alumni meet two weeks ago. What made you want to have the event in place of your normal competitive meet? DR: The New Market Battlefield where we run our home meets was not available for the weekend we wanted. It seemed like the next best thing was to have a little more low-key affair and, out of the blue, we thought of the alumni, and it turned into a great affair. I was really surprised and happy with the numbers. To be honest, I was hoping to have five to ten and we greatly exceeded that, so it was a lot of fun. What does it mean to you to have such support from your former athletes? Well right now, we’re still trying to build back some bridges. To be honest, we haven’t been good at reaching out to cross country and track & field alumni, but I think we’re going to make a more concentrated effort to do that from now on. We’ve had a lot of success in the past, and we need to build on that. We need to bring [our alums] back so our present students can meet these people, not only to make contacts for jobs down the road and to share experiences, but to also have a sense of history among them so they realize that they are part of something that is much bigger. What were some of the highlights of the day for you? DR: The team itself I thought ran pretty well. We ran a 4k, so we ran shorter Jenna Flickinger than we normally do. We’ve been working pretty hard so, from the present team’s standpoint, it was good to see them out there, see how they work together, see where the gaps are in the short runs so that, when we go in to Towson in a couple of weeks, we know a little bit more of what to expect and how to plan our race strategy, things like that. But, without a doubt, the most important thing was seeing a lot of the alums, trading stories and laughs, catching up on what they’ve been doing, seeing all the little children. We actually had 13 children running around the place and it was really neat to see what they’ve become and what they’ve been doing. Your current athletes also ran this weekend. How did the team do, and who stood out to you? DR: Jenna Flickinger has been running number one for us in every practice session, and we know she’s good. My key was to see how big were the gaps going to be behind her. And in a 4k race, the gaps aren’t going to be huge; there just isn’t enough time to extend it out. Jenna’s more of a 5k/10k runner anyway so it was a little short for her. I was extremely happy with [freshman] Meghan Malloy. She put herself out there early and then really closed very well, and she was actually closing in on Jenna for the last part of the race. I thought several others did a nice job getting out there. How beneficial do you think it was to have your newcomers be able to “compete” in a low-key setting? DR: The whole concept was to get over a little bit of the nerves. You know,
it’s amazing, we talked about it being more of a tempo, more of a time trial situation this week, and yet they were all still very nervous putting on the JMU uniform for the first time. They got to get a little of the nerves out of the way, and we got to get into a bit of our routine. Seniors always will send out what they’re going to be wearing at the competition, what they’re going to warm up in, things like that, and so the seniors got into that habit. And the freshmen got into the habit of looking for their email, how to dress, how to act, how the warm up goes. Overall, it was a great dress rehearsal as much as anything else. What are you looking for out of the Dukes this season? What are your goals? DR: Our goal always is to go into the conference championship and take our best shot at winning it. Without a doubt, William & Mary is heavily, heavily favored. We’re way off the radar screen right now, which is a good thing for this group. There’s not a lot of pressure on them. We can just start working hard, keep our heads up and go after people, so I want to see improvement throughout the season. I want them to learn how to train. I want them to learn how to Kristen Landry race and, hopefully, our schedule this year will give us that chance. You lost several of your top runners who were seniors in 2012 (Katie Gorman, Katie Harman, Stacey Nobles). Who will you look toward to step up and assume the leadership role? DR: You know, when you lose seniors like that, you’re not going to replace them right off the bat. Hopefully, the people who are back from last year learned from that group on how to be leaders, on how to set up race plans, on how to act and the class that JMU tries to project. What I want from this group is for someone to step forward; not just someone, I want everyone to step forward. The returners need to come in and set the tone, and the freshmen need to step up and act like they belong and like what they want to accomplish and go from there. You’ll officially open the year on Sept. 21 at the Towson Invitational. Why did you pick that meet to start off the competitive portion of the cross country season? DR: We picked that because that’s where the conference championship is going to be. I really wanted a nice, long stretch of just training without our team worrying about lining up and racing. So, with Towson hosting this meet on the 21st, number one it gives us this period of training and number two it gives us a chance to run on the conference championship course. I think it’ll be a good meet. It’s not going to be a huge meet, as you’re not talking about 500 runners lining up or 300 runners lining up, so it’ll be a good size meet for us without being too much to start with right off the bat. What are you looking to see from the Dukes at the first meet? Well, A) we’re trying to see what the course is like, how to run the course. B) Once again in cross country, especially early, we’re trying to find out where our gaps are, who can run with whom, who can push the pace, what kind of rhythms do we need to go out in. And this will give us a good chance for that. We can make a few mistakes and yet still be very competitive in the meet. We definitely won’t be favored in the meet, there will be several teams there that come in ranked higher than us, so we’ve got our work cut out to move up after those teams. But this will be a great opportunity to get a feel for what we need to do six weeks farther down the road when we line up for the conference championships.
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stadium info ATM There are no ATMs in Bridgeforth Stadium. The closest is located at the bus shelter near the entrance to the Godwin parking lot.
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athletics director Jeff Bourne Athletics Director
Jeff Bourne is in his second decade as JMU’s athletics director, having already overseen a period of dramatic enhancements on behalf of all of the university’s student-athletes and coaches. At JMU, Bourne leads a program that is competitive within the Colonial Athletic Association as well as at regional and national levels and that has positioned itself to continue to play a major role in intercollegiate athletics. Bourne has overseen processes to ensure the academic, athletic and social success of all JMU student-athletes. In 2008-09, JMU celebrated an 80 percent graduation rate among its studentathletes, compared with JMU’s general student population rate of 81 percent. When Bourne arrived at JMU, the graduation rate among student-athletes was 71 percent and the overall student rate 79 percent. Annual fundraising has improved dramatically under Bourne’s leadership, with an overall increase of more than 400 percent during the past eight years. Studentathlete support services and facility improvements also have been highlights of the past 10 years. JMU enjoys a tremendous academic reputation nationally as evidenced by its continued placement among national and regional publications. For the 16th consecutive year the university ranked as the top public, master’s-level university in the South in the highly regarded annual poll on academic quality conducted by U.S. News & World Report for its guidebook, 2010 America’s Best Colleges. During Bourne’s tenure more than 1,000 conference academic honors have been given to JMU student-athletes, including CAA scholarathletes, CAA commissioner’s academic award winners and ECAC scholar-athletes of the year. JMU also has had four student-athletes receive NCAA post-graduate scholarships. Perhaps the best measure of success is the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate. JMU has ranked well above the NCAA minimum standard for each of the program’s rating periods, and no JMU teams have been subject to APR-related penalties. Seven of JMU’s 18 teams had APR scores ranking in at least the 90th percentile of their respective sports in the most-recent APR release, the greatest number reaching that mark among any of the 12 CAA institutions. Providing outstanding athletics facilities is a primary focus, and JMU will continue to make significant progress in this front during the coming year. In 2009-10, the new Veterans Memorial Stadium complex for baseball and softball was completed; work was recently completed in summer of 2011 on the first phase of the new University Park, including practice and competition facilities for soccer, lacrosse, track and field and cross country with field hockey to follow in the near future; and the $62 Million, 20-month process to renovate Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field finished prior to the 2011 season. The football stadium expansion project increased seating at the facility to nearly 25,000 and featured major enhancements, including private suites and club level seating, improved concessions and restroom facilities, improved
lighting, and a new media facility. Under Bourne, JMU has developed an enhanced volunteer fundraising network and a point-priority system to recognize donor participation and has implemented programs to increase game attendance and address the needs of athletics infrastructure. These efforts have resulted in unprecedented levels of success in fundraising while driving football attendance to all-time records. Major program enhancements in student-athlete services and academic advising, sports medicine and strength and conditioning have added to the overall quality of the student-athlete experience as demonstrated in annual senior exit interviews and peer program evaluations. Annual evaluation and information data also is incorporated into a strategic planning and reporting process to enhance the organizational structure of the athletics division with the primary focus on meeting the needs of student-athletes and coaches. “We’re very proud of the accomplishments we’ve had and I am quite fortunate to work with and serve a tremendous group of coaches and a talented support team. We will continue to work together toward the common goals of ensuring the success of our student-athletes in all of their endeavors -- academically, athletically and socially,” Bourne said. “Our goals are to win conference championships and to advance our teams to post-season play while adhering to NCAA and conference guidelines and to graduate our student-athletes. “We continue to strengthen the infrastructure and facilities of the athletics program,” he said. “Our support centers and athletics personnel are dedicated to providing student-athletes with the best experience possible at the intercollegiate level. We also are extremely pleased with the construction of the Robert and Frances Plecker Athletic Performance Center, which benefits all of our student-athletes with state-of-the-art academic facilities and serves as an entrance and focal point for our football stadium. Other athletics facilities construction that is being planned and implemented on campus -immediately new baseball and softball stadiums and enhancement of our football facility and later upgrades for other programs -- will provide JMU with outstanding competition sites.” The Plecker Performance Center, which opened in 2005, is the first significant facility project funded primarily through private resources in JMU athletics’ history. The $10 million facility is adjacent to Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field and features support areas for football and areas for entertaining during home football games and for JMU’s athletic hall of fame. Also included is the Challace
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McMillin Academic Center that benefits performers in all JMU sports programs. Advising and counseling for all of JMU student-athletes take place at the facility, which also includes an outstanding computer lab and strength training and sports medicine facilities. Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field, the home of JMU’s football program, has a large electronic videoboard with live game action and video replay capabilities, an outstanding FieldTurf playing surface and an enhanced sound system added in recent years. Prior to arriving at JMU in 1999, Bourne served in several athletics roles at Virginia Tech from 1986-97 and was senior associate athletics director at Georgia Tech from 1997-99. At Georgia Tech, he supervised finance, marketing and promotions, ticketing, sports information, and radio and television broadcasts and production. He also was liaison to the Alexander-Tharpe fund, the university’s development arm, and administered baseball and golf. At Virginia Tech, he was associate athletics director during his final two years, and he cochaired a committee that reviewed gender equity at the school. The committee developed and implemented a plan that brought the school into compliance with federal guidelines and ranked it fifth nationally in compliance. A Salem, Va., native, Bourne was Virginia Tech’s athletics business manager and then associate athletics director for administration and finance. Bourne received his Bridgewater College degree in business administration and accounting in 1981 and completed his master’s degree in education and sports management at Virginia Tech in 1994. He worked for four years in public accounting and received his certification in public accountancy before moving to Virginia Tech, where he first was an internal auditor and a consultant to the athletic business office. He is a 1994 graduate of the Sports Management Institute Executive Program from the University of North Carolina and the University of Southern California. The Bourne family bleeds purple and gold. Bourne’s wife, the former Mary Lou Garber, is a Harrisonburg native and Bridgewater graduate. She serves as the Director of Technology Transfer at James Madison. Their children are also engrained at Madison, as son Jason is a 2011 graduate, Kyle is a JMU senior and future daughter-in-law Megan Martin graduated in 2012.
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athletics staff ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION LEADERS
Deputy Athletics Director
Associate AD, Student Athlete Services
Associate AD, Athletic Development
Associate AD, Compliance/ SWA
Associate AD, Sports Programs
John A. Martin
Dr. Robert Harmison
Assistant AD, Ticketing & Customer Relations
Assistant AD, Sports Medicine
Assistant AD, Communications
Assistant AD-Facilities and Events
Director of Sports Psychology
Director of Marketing
Faculty Athletics Representative
Director of Business Operations
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach
Head Coach Diving
Head Coach Men’s Basketball
Head Coach Women’s Basketball
Head Coach Women’s Softballll
Head Coach Men’s Golf
Dr. Tom Martin
Head Coach Wtomen’s Soccer
Head Coach Field Hockey
Head Coach Women’s Tennis
Head Coach Men’s Soccer
PROGRAM HEAD COACHES
Head Coach Track & Field
Head Coach Women’s Golf
Head Coach Lacrosse
Head Coach Baseball
Head Coach Cheerleading
Head Coach Cross Country
Head Coach Men’s Tennis
Head Coach Volleyball
Director of XC/ Track & Field
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athletic affiliations Colonial Athletic Association Football
Since 1978, CAA Football members have accumulated 69 playoff berths, 18 Lambert Cups, 82 final top-25 rankings and 40 final top-10 rankings. Two National Championships, four NCAA Championship game appearances, eight NCAA semifinal appearances and more than 30 postseason wins in five years under the CAA Football banner...Unprecedented numbers in terms of Football Championship Subdivision success. CAA Football raised the profile of what was once the Yankee 2012 Standings Conference and later the Conference Overall Atlantic 10 Conference when W L W L it took the reins of the league Old Dominion 7 1 11 2 in 2007. Now five years into Richmond 6 2 8 3 the CAA’s leadership the New Hampshire 6 2 8 4 league has cemented itself as Villanova 6 2 8 4 an FCS power conference in Towson 6 2 7 4 terms of on-the-field success, James Madison 5 3 7 4 television exposure, marketMaine 4 4 5 6 ability and success of its playDelaware 2 6 5 6 ers at the next level. William and Mary 1 7 2 9 The conference continued Rhode Island 0 8 0 11 its stonghold in the national Georgia State 0 0 1 10 polls, showing at least seven teams ranked over a six-week stretch. In the Oct. 17 release of The Sports Network Top-25, a record nine CAA Football programs were ranked between No. 9 and No. 22. CAA Football ended the 2011 season with a national-best six teams among both Top-25 polls. The league has earned 80 total playoff berths, including 37 in the last 10 seasons. Getting into the playoffs isn’t where the success stops, as evidenced by 52 playoff wins since 2002. CAA Football has continued to make its presence felt at the national level by placing eight teams in the national semifinal round over the last five seasons, and advancing a team to the national title game four of the last five years. New Hampshire linebacker Matt Evans, Towson head coach Rob Ambrose and his rookie running back Terrance West helped CAA Football take home three of the four top national honors from The Sports Network. Evans, a junior in 2011, became the league’s third Buck Buchanan National Defensive Player of the Year. Adding the honors won by Ambrose, Evans and West gives CAA Football a total of 22 individual accolades accumulated by standouts from the league. Among the award winners, James Madison linebacker Derrick Lloyd (2001) and defensive lineman Arthur Moats (2009) each received the Buck Buchanan Award prior to Evans’ honor in 2011. Additionally James Madison’s Mickey Matthews (1999 & 2008) is the only two-time winner of the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award, as the league has garnered the honor six times. Success beyond the collegiate playing field can be measured in numerous ways. CAA Football has had 100 players drafted by NFL franchises dating back to 1948. A total of 26 players have been selected in the draft over the last 10 years, including the league’s second-highest draft pick ever -- former Delaware Blue Hen quarterback Joe Flacco (18th overall to the Baltimore Ravens in 2008). The league has also excelled in graduating student-athletes as 10 programs have earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards over the last three years for ranking among the Top 10 percent of the FCS in the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rating system. The CAA Football geographic footprint will encompass much of the East Coast during the 2012 season with schools located from Maine to Georgia. This season’s members include Delaware, Georgia State, James Madison, Maine, New Hampshire, Old Dominion, Rhode Island, Richmond, Towson, Villanova and William and Mary. While CAA Football officially began March 1, 2007, its roots date back more than 60 years. On December 3, 1946, the Code of the Yankee Conference went into effect. Established as an all-sports conference for the New England land grant colleges, the six charter members included Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Upon the formation of Division I-AA football in 1978, the league disbanded all sports except football. Delaware and Richmond were admitted to the conference in 1986, Villanova was added in 1988 and James Madison, Northeastern and William and Mary joined the league in 1993. The Atlantic 10 assumed operation control of the conference from 1997-2006, with Hofstra becoming part of the league in 2001 and Towson joining the group in 2004.
NCAA Division I Championship Subdivision
In the NCAA’s Football Championship Subdivision, JMU competes with approximately 120 teams and is eligible for a 20-team playoff. First-round playoff games are Nov. 24 and the title game Jan. 5, 2013 in Frisco, Texas. The first four rounds are at campus sites. Ten leagues have automatic playoff bids -- the CAA, Big Sky, Big South, Gateway, Mid-Eastern, Northeastern, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, and Southland -- and 10 spots are filled by at-large entries. Division I-AA had its first playoff in 1978. NCAA FCS The playoffs from Champions 1978-80 included four 1978 Florida A&M teams. Eight took part 1979 Eastern Kentucky in 1981, and the field 1980 Boise State went to 12 in 1982 and 1981 Idaho State to 16 in 1986. The last 1982 Eastern Kentucky expansion to 20 teams occurred in 2012, with 1983 Southern Illinois expansion to 24 teams expected in the near 1984 Montana State future. 1985 Georgia Southern This year’s title game will be the second 1986 Georgia Southern straight at Pizza Hut Park, home of FC Dallas 1987 Northeast Louisiana of Major League Soccer, after Chattanooga’s 1988 Furman Max Finley Stadium/Davenport Field held the 1989 Georgia Southern event for 15 years. CAA teams, past and pres1990 Georgia Southern ent, have won five national titles – Villanova 1991 Youngstown State in 2009, Richmond in 2008, JMU in 2004, 1992 Marshall Delaware in 2003 and Massachusetts in 1998. 1993 Youngstown State ESPN televises the playoffs’ semifinal and 1994 Youngstown State championship rounds. In 2004 for the first 1995 Montana time one semifinal game was played on 1996 Marshall Friday evening and the other on Saturday af1997 Youngstown State ternoon. The title game takes place on Friday 1998 Massachusetts 1999 Georgia Southern evening. 2000 Georgia Southern Towson’s CAA Football championship made 2001 Montana it one of five CAA Football programs to earn 2002 Western Kentucky a berth in the 2011 NCAA Championship field, 2003 Delaware a mark no other FCS conference has ever 2004 JMU equaled. James Madison and Old Dominion 2005 Appalachian State each garnered first round playoff victories 2006 Appalachian State helping CAA Football make up five of the final 2007 Appalachian State 16 teams in the NCAA’s second round. Maine 2008 Richmond went on the road and topped perennial power 2009 Villanova Appalachian State in the second round, but 2010 Eastern Washington the remaining four (James Madison, New 2011 North Dakota State Hampshire, Old Dominion and Towson) all 2012 North Dakota State stumbled. The Black Bears’ season ended the next weekend when it lost at Georgia Southern in the NCAA quarterfinal round.
2012 Playoffs First Round
South Dakota St. 58, Eastern Illinois 10 Bethune-Cookman 14, Coastal Carolina 24 Stony Brook 20, Villanova 10 Wagner 31, Colgate 20
North Dakota St. 28, South Dakota St. 3 Wofford 23, New Hampshire 7 Georgia Southern 24, Central Ark. 16 Old Dominion 63, Coastal Carolina 35 Montana State 16, Stony Brook 10 Sam Houston St. 18, Cal Poly 16 Appalachian St. 37, Illinois State 38 Eastern Washington 29, Wagner 19
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North Dakota St. 14, Wofford 7 Georgia Southern 49, Old Dominion 35 Montana State 16, Sam Houston St. 34 Illinois State 35, Eastern Washington 51
North Dakota St. 23, Ga. Southern 20 Sam Houston St. 45, E. Washington 42
North Dakota State 39, Sam Houston State 13
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Duke Dog Scholarship The Martha Hall Dunbar ‘80 Endowment for the Women’s Varsity Tennis Program Kevin Robert Dunbar
Eagle Carpet Endowed Scholarship Fund Rodney Eagle
Dean & Joanne Ehlers Scholarship Fund Mark T. Farrell ‘80 Athletic Scholarship Endowment Mark T. Farrell ‘80
Mr. John D. Gira
Gracie Family Endowed Golf Scholarship Brian W. Gracie
Dr. Conrad Helsley & Esther Helsley
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J-M Apartments Endowed Scholarship Mr. James & Mr. John Monger, III
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The John David Kraus Memorial Scholarship The John D. Eiland Family Scholarship The John D. Eiland Family
Hugh & Nancy Lantz Endowed Scholarship Nancy Lantz & Hugh Lantz
Virgil C. Armstrong Memorial Scholarship Robert & Gail LaRose
The Lemish Family Scholarship Don & Sue Lemish
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The Ridgway Endowment
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Kramer Family Scholarship Elmer & Mary Kramer
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Sciarrone Soccer Scholarship Showalter Family Endowed Scholarships (3) Mr. & Mrs. W. Raymond Showalter, Jr. David & Kim Showalter
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Zane Showker Scholarship Mr. Zane D. Showker
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duke club Kevin and Melinda Wood Mr. Richard Yancey Dennis and Sara Zimmerman
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Stickles Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey E. Tickle Geno and Mary Jane Torri Trinity Turf Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trumble Bill Turk Mr. Joshua Verstandig Julie Wallace Carr and Ben Carr Matthew and Doreen Walter Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Mr. and Mrs. H. Hadley Whitlock Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Wiedeman Mr. and Mrs. Kriss M. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T. Wright Debbie and Jonathan Young Kelly and Timothy Zuber
Ms. Gwen E. Armentrout Janessa Baker Mr. and Mrs. David A. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. J. Curt Blang Eric and Stephanie Bowlin Chester and Nancy Bradfield Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Brehm Mr. and Mrs. Tony Brown Paul and Cannie Campbell Scott and Sheri Campbell Ms. Marguerite M. Cassidy Ron and Sandra Cereola Michael Chenault Ms. Laura Cilmi Paul and Sherry Cline Community Foundation of Harrisonburg & Rockingham Co. Cheryl and Russell Corser Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Daly Amy and John Daylor Ms. Jessica DeLosa Alison and Douglas Duenkel Anne Marie and Scott Elles Mr. and Mrs. David W. Elwell Kip and Tracey Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fuller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Gordon, Jr. Mr. Kevin Grunkemeyer Dr. James and Mrs. Sue M. Haley Jerry and Wendy Weaver Lyn and Dennis Hart Mike Hart Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Hibson, III Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hill Pim and Robin Jager Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jordan Thomas and Alexis Joyce Mr. and Mrs. John Kaltenborn Kathleen and Richard Kannan Lori and William Kelley Bob and Janice Kenney Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kraft
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Nick and Jill Langridge Mr. and Mrs. David Lawn Stuart and Amy Macaleer Lloyd and Cheryl Martin Michael and Teresa Mathisen Mr. and Mrs. J. Byron Mehlhaff Gregory Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Edward Myrtetus Bill and Mary Beth Nash John and Charlotte Outland Tim and Terri Palkovitz Kevin Pigott Nicholas Rau Rockingham Cooperative Inc. Kurt and Dona Rodgers Hank Schiefer Diane and Curt Schwalbach Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shifflett Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith Mr. Jeff Smyser Diane and Alan Stamp StellarOne Bank Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Strauss Michael Szoka Mr. and Mrs. Randal W. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. John Torregrosa Scot and Bonnie Townshend Phillip and Christina Updike Lisa and Mark Valvo Kevin and Pamela Viers Lee and Cheryl Warfield Jerry and Wendy Weaver Kevin and Jennifer Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Scott Weismiller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Wells Darrin and Linda White Mr. and Mrs. C. Elwood Whitmore Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Wilson, III Mr. Joshua R. Wolfe
marching royal dukes Marching Royal Dukes “And now, presenting ‘Virginia’s Finest,’ The James Madison University Marching Royal Dukes!” This familiar announcement begins each exciting halftime as one of America’s premier collegiate marching bands takes the field with its exciting music and fast-paced drill maneuvers. The 450-member Marching Royal Dukes have come from humble beginnings in 1972 (the first year of JMU football) to quickly move to the fast track of college bands in America. Among their many awards and performances, the MRDs have performed at NFL games in Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and Washington. In 1983 they were the featured halftime show for the NFC title game between Washington and Dallas. They have been performers for Walt Disney Productions and several times have been the premier band for the Richmond Christmas Parade. In 1988 and 1991, they were the featured exhibition at the Bands of America Grand National Championships. In 1994 the John Philip Sousa Foundation named the Dukes recipients of the Sudler Trophy, known as the “Heisman Trophy of college marching bands.” In 1997 and 2001, they were featured in the inaugural parades for Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. In 2002 and 2006 they performed at the inauguration ceremonies for Virginia Governors Mark Warner and Tim Kaine. The band has established a strong tradition as ambassadors of the university and community. It took its first European tour in 1997 and performed for the closing ceremonies of the 700th anniversary of the Grimaldi Family in Monaco. In December 2000 the Dukes performed at a New Year’s celebration in Athens before an audience of more than 500,000; in 2001 they performed in the 75th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City; and in December of 2003 they were the featured band for the New Year’s celebration in Dublin. During the 2004 season, the Marching Royal Dukes traveled with the JMU football team to perform at the NCAA Division I-AA championship game in Chattanooga, Tenn. The band returned to Dublin for its second New Year’s performance in December 2006 and returned to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2008. The MRDs will take their fifth trip abroad in 2010 as they will travel to London and Paris. The program is supported by the Yamaha Corporation and Zildjian Cymbals and has been used in the international advertising campaigns for both firms. The band is directed by Scott D. Rikkers and Chad Reep is the assistant director. Rick Deloney is the director of marching percussion, Ryan Jonker is a percussion instructor and Michael Overman is the percussion front ensemble instructor. Carly Philp and Erin Fairchild are the colorguard instructors, while Julia Urban is the coach of the Dukettes. The JMU band program is also staffed by administrative assistant Connie Driscoll, graduate assistants and a student staff of more than 70 JMU students representing almost every department on campus.
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bridgeforth stadium Bridgeforth Stadium/ Zane Showker Field •
Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field, a 24,877-seat lighted facility in the center of campus, features a FieldTurf playing surface, a state-ofthe-art support facility in the south end zone, and a 24-by-60 videoboard above the south end zone. Construction began following the 2009 season and was completed prior to the 2011 campaign on a project that expands Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field’s seating capacity to 24,877. Updated turf was installed prior to the 2013 season. Enhanced seating, with a club level and suites a second deck on the stadium’s west side, and a new media facility has been included. Permanent seating has been installed in the north end zone, and improved fan amenities are available as the $62.5 million project is completed. The stadium is named for William E. Bridgeforth of Winchester, Va., a longtime JMU supporter and board of visitors member whose family remains very active with JMU. The playing field is named for Harrisonburg-area businessman Zane Showker, a longtime JMU supporter and university board rector and for whom JMU’s business school facility is named. The stadium was originally constructed in three phases. A synthetic playing surface was installed in 1973-74, the east stands (near Godwin Hall, JMU’s athletics/kinesiology facility) in 1975 and the previous west stands in 1981.
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plecker center Robert & Frances Plecker Athletic Performance Center • Named in honor of Robert & Frances Plecker • A $10 million state-of-the-art athletic support facility • 7,000-square foot strength and conditioning center with flat-screen televisions for individual instruction • 5,000-square foot sports medicine facility • Computer lab with more than 30 work stations • Tutoring and small group meeting facilities • JMU’s athletic hall of fame • Student-athlete lounge
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key football dates July 17, 1972
Athletic director Dean Ehlers announced that JMU would start football in 1972 and named Challace McMillin head coach. JMU played five games, including two with junior varsity teams and two with military schools. Most of the 1972 team was recruited from the school’s fall registration lines.
The 8-4 Dukes returned to the playoffs for the second straight year and were nationally ranked in every poll during the season by The Sports Network.
The Atlantic 10 Football Conference assumed the Yankee Conference’s operations
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Oct. 7, 1972
Challace McMillin, JMU's first head coach, confers with a player during the Dukes' first football game in 1972
varsity and military teams.
JMU lost 6-0 to Shepherd’s junior varsity in its first game, played on what is now a practice field adjacent to Godwin Hall. The game was to have been played at Harrisonburg High School but wasn’t because of wet conditions. JMU finished 1972 with a 0-4-1 record and without scoring.
Sept. 22, 1973
JMU posted its first win, 34-8 over Anne Arundel (Md.) Community College at Harrisonburg High School. JMU finished the year 4-5, again playing mostly junior
John Kent (79) and coaches Brent Good (left) and Challace McMillin celebrate JMU's 1982 win at Virginia
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JMU announced it would offer 25 scholarships in 1979. Quarterback Frankie Walker and fullback Joe Curro, transfers from Lees-McRae (N.C.) College, were announced as JMU’s first scholarship signees Jan. 17, 1979.
JMU was 8-3 and appeared in the Division I-AA top 20 poll for seven straight weeks, reaching ninth midway through the season. JMU defeated Virginia 21-17 in Charlottesville (Sept. 18), the Dukes’ first win over a Division I-A opponent.
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Sept. 21, 1974
JMU began its first varsity season with a 24-22 win at Washington and Lee.
Oct. 12, 1974
JMU beat Bridgewater 41-13 in the first game at Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field. An astroturf field had been completed during the 1973-74 school year, and temporary seating was used until 1975.
Wide receiver Gary Clark became the first JMU player drafted 0by a professional football team when Jacksonville made him its first choice (sixth pick overall) in the United States Football League draft. Jacksonville was an expansion team, and he was its initial draft choice.
Dec. 20, 1984
Joe Purzycki became JMU’s second head coach, replacing Challace McMillin.
April 29, 1986
Sept. 18, 1976
JMU was 9-0-1 with a season-opening scoreless tie at Glenville (W.Va.) its only blemish. JMU won the Virginia College Athletic Association title and won seven straight games by seven or fewer points. JMU beat Towson 28-26 at home, raising its record to 3-0 and its winning streak to 12 games and earning a tie for first place (with C.W. Post) in the NCAA Division III poll.
Sept. 25, 1976
Linebacker Charles Haley, JMU’s initial Division I-AA first-team All-America, became the first Duke selected in the National Football League draft (fourth round, San Francisco). JMU enjoyed its most successful scholarship season to date, going 9-3 and reaching the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs for the first time. JMU was nationally ranked for nine straight weeks and was ranked as high as third.
JMU played in the first Division III regular-season game televised by a major network (ABC), losing 21-14 at Hampden-Sydney.
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Oct. 14, 1978
JMU’s Board of Visitors unanimously approved moving football to Division I. The Board met in Williamsburg, where JMU lost 32-7 to William and Mary in its first game with an in-state Division I foe. JMU Frankie Walker was went to Division II in 1979 and among JMU's first to Division I-AA in 1980.
Nov. 11, 1978
JMU won 42-12 at Emory and Henry to finish the year 8-2 and ranked ninth nationally in Division III.
Rip Scherer became JMU’s third head coach, replacing Joe Purzycki. The 9-4 Dukes reached the second round of the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs for the first time. They were nationally ranked for nine straight weeks, and they beat four nationally ranked opponents, three on the road.
JMU won 17-12 at Davidson, its first win over a Division I foe.
group of football scholarship signees in 1979
Mickey Matthews became JMU’s fifth head coach. He was introduced at a March 22 press conference, and he succeeded Alex Wood, who resigned March 15 to accept a coaching assistant’s position with the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings.
JMU first played in the Yankee Conference after joining the league in 1991.
JMU set a team record for wins (10-3 record) and reached the second round of the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs for the second time. JMU was nationally ranked for 10 of the regular-season’s last 11 weeks and beat four of five ranked foes it faced.
Jan. 23, 1995
Alex Wood became JMU’s fourth head coach, replacing Rip Scherer, who became head coach at Memphis.
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JMU tied for the Atlantic 10 title, its first Division I crown, and returned to the NCAA playoffs. Mickey Matthews was the Division I-AA coach of the year by The Sports Network; Curtis Keaton was the Atlantic 10 offensive player of the year and a fourth-round draft choice by the Cincinnati Bengals; and Chris Morant was the Atlantic 10 defensive player of the year.
JMU’s Delvin Joyce became the first Division I-AA player to reach the 1,000-yard career mark in each of the statistical categories of rushing (1,260), receiving (1,009), kickoff returns (1,902) and punt returns (1,488).
JMU linebacker Derrick Lloyd won the Buck Buchanan Award, sponsored by The Sports Network, as Division I-AA’s top defensive player.
June 6, 2003
Ground was broken on the on the Robert and Frances Plecker Athletic Performance Facility adjacent to Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field.
JMU won the NCAA Division I-AA national title by beating Montana 31-21 Dec. 17 in Chattanooga, Tenn. The 13-2 Dukes set a team record for wins and became the first Division I-AA team to win three Mickey Matthews was road playoff games durDivision I-AA national ing the same season. coach of the year in 1999, Mickey Matthews 2004, 2008 was Division I-AA coach of the year by the American Football Coaches Association.
The 9-3 Dukes made their second playoff appearance in three seasons and were nationally ranked in every poll during the season by The Sports Network, including in the top 10 in the final seven polls.
The Colonial Athletic Association assumed the Atlantic 10’s operations. The 8-4 Dukes made their third NCAA playoff appearance in four seasons and were nationally ranked in every poll during the season by The Sports Network and the FCS coaches.
JMU won the CAA title with an 8-0 record, was the top seed for the NCAA playoffs, and finished 12-2. The playoff appearance was the team’s fourth in five seasons and Mickey Matthews was national coach of the year by The Sports Network and Liberty Mutual.
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2004 nATIonAL TITLE James Madison University football in 2004 made history at the team and national levels. The 13-2 Dukes won the NCAA Division I-AA title with a playoff effort that became increasingly impressive as the postseason progressed. JMU took the national crown without hosting a playoff game, becoming the first Division I-AA team to win three playoff road contests in a season. JMU won with depth and balance, consistent play that included Division I-AA’s secondranked run defense (86.8 yards per game), good special teams play, and an offense that developed a powerful running attack and avoided mistakes. The Dukes won seven games by 10 or fewer points and were particularly effective late in contests. JMU won 17-0 at Villanova after a scoreless first 36 minutes and beat Massachusetts 28-7 after a scoreless first 40 minutes. The Dukes won 24-20 at Maine with a touchdown with 0:48 left and beat Delaware 20-13 with an 87-yard punt return for a score with 3:04 left and by stopping the Hens after they had a firstdown-and-goal situation from the three during the next drive. After tying for the Atlantic 10 title (7-1 record), JMU was disappointed not to get a home playoff game. However, the Dukes responded with a 14-13 first-round win at Lehigh and then won by the same score at Furman, driving 74 yards during the final 5:11 for the decisive touchdown. JMU avenged its lone Division I-AA loss of the year by winning 48-34 at William & Mary in a nationally televised (ESPN) Friday night game and beat Montana 31-21 for the NCAA title the following Friday in Chattanooga, Tenn., before another national television audience. The Dukes took a 21-0 lead at William & Mary, fell behind 26-21 early in the second half, and then dominated play with 28 straight points in an 18-minute period. JMU was equally effective during the last three quarters against Montana, running for 314 yards overall and holding the ball for 36:13 of the game’s 60 minutes. JMU’s play helped Mickey Matthews gain Division I-AA coach of the year honors from the American Football Coaches Association, and several Dukes received major awards. Offensive guard Matt Magerko and free safety Tony LeZotte led the award recipients. Magerko was first-team All-America by Associated Press, and LeZotte was first-team by I-AA.org, second team by Associated Press and Football Weekly and third-team by The Sports Network. Linebacker Kwynn Walton was third-team All-America by The Sports Network, and safety Rodney McCarter was a Football Foundation All-America. LeZotte was the Atlantic 10 co-rookie of the year. Tailback Raymond Hines was team MVP after running for 1,038 yards. He became a starter at midseason when Alvin Banks and Maurice Fenner were hurt and became only the fourth Duke to run for 1,000 yards during a season. Fenner (117 yards at William & Mary, 164 vs. Montana) and Banks (88 yards vs. Montana) stepped back into the spotlight for the final two playoff games after Hines was hurt at William & Mary. Quarterback Justin Rascati threw for 2,045 yards and 14 touchdowns, ran for 10 scores, and was intercepted only five times in 283 passes. Team defensive MVP Trey Townsend and Walton as linebackers, LeZotte, and McCarter led the defense. LeZotte set a team freshman record with 144 tackles, Townsend had 102 tackles and five interceptions, McCarter had 92 stops, and Walton had 88 tackles. Cornerback Clint Kent, who had 73 tackles for the season, returned an interception 69 yards for a score at Wiliam & Mary and sealed JMU’s title-game win over Montana with an interception.
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2004 JMU Results
JMU 62, Lock Haven 7 JMU 17, Villanova 0 West Virginia 45, JMU 10 JMU 31, Hofstra 21 JMU 28, Massachusetts 7 JMU 24, Maine 20 JMU 26, Richmond 20 JMU 41, VMI 10 JMU 20, Delaware 13 William & Mary 27, JMU 24 JMU 31, Towson 17 JMU 14, Lehigh 13 JMU 14, Furman 13 JMU 48, William & Mary 34 JMU 31, Montana 21
football hall of fame Woody Bergeria (1974-77) Defensive Line
Kodak first-team All-America and JMU’s defensive MVP in 1977… key player on JMU’s 9-0-1 team in 1975.
Ron Stith (1973-76) Running Back
Ran for 2,308 yards and 23 TDs while sharing time with hall of famer Bernard Slayton… member of JMU’s 9-0-1 team in 1975.
Les Branich (1972-76) Quarterback
Quarterback on JMU’s first four teams, including its 9-0-1 squad in 1975… All-Virginia in 1974.
Charles Haley (1982-85) Linebacker
JMU’s career tackles leader and first Division I-AA first-team All-America and NFL draftee (San Francisco, 1986)… first five-time Super Bowl winner.
Bernard Slayton (1973-76) Running Back
Ran for 2,161 yards and 21 TDs while sharing time with hall of famer Ron Stith… member of JMU’s 9-0-1 team in 1975.
Challace McMillin (1972-84) Coach
Led JMU for 13 years, starting the program and rebuilding it at the scholarship level… had a 64-52-1 JMU record.
Mike Cawley (1993-95) Quarterback
Led the Dukes to two NCAA playoff appearances in 1994 and 1995… set JMU season passing records during each of his three seasons… drafted by the Indianapolis Colts.
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football hall of fame Gary Clark (1980-83) Wide Receiver
Had 155 JMU receptions and more than 600 professional catches, mostly with the Washington Redskins with whom he won two Super Bowls.
Curtis Keaton (1998-99) Quarterback
Set and matched multiple school records during his JMU career… Atlantic 10 and ECAC Offensive Player of the Year in 1999… selected in the fourth round of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals.
Warren Marshall (1982-86) Running Back
JMU’s career (4,168) and game (264) rushing yards leader… had 20 100-yard games and three 1,000-yard years.
Eupton Jackson (1987-90) Safety
Team captain, state defensive player of the year and named to four All-America first teams as a 1990 senior… member of JMU’s 1987 playoff team… had 362 career tackles.
Eriq Williams (1989-92)
Scott Norwood (1978-81)
Started all four seasons, earning the job midway through his redshirt freshman season… Holds JMU’s career record for total offense with 7,678 yards and career rushing touchdowns with 32… Also is the leader in combined rushing/passing touchdowns with 72… Third on JMU’s career passing yards and career touchdown passes lists and fourth on career scoring list.
Had 32 JMU field goals, including 15 in 1980… allpro with the Buffalo Bills with whom he scored more than 600 points.
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Tony Booth (1995-98) Safety
Recorded 292 career tackles with nine interceptions and five tackles for loss… Honored as a First Team All-American by the Walter Camp Foundation and Third Team Associated Press All-American in 1998… Earned First Team AP and Second Team Sports Network AllAmerica honors in 1997… His eight interceptions in 1997 set a JMU single-season mark… Named First Team All-Atlantic 10 in 1997 and 1998… Drafted in the seventh round of the 1999 NFL draft by the Carolina Panthers.
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hall of fame JMU’s Athletic Hall of Fame honors individuals who by excellence of their athletic achievements or their connection with athletics as a competitor, coach, administrator or interested individual have brought recognition and esteem to themselves and JMU. Individuals nominated for their athletic achievements must have made significant contributions to the JMU program as members of a varsity team and have earned a baccalaureate degree from JMU or left the university in good academic standing. JMU coaches, JMU administrators, and other individuals who have distinguished themselves in various athletics-related activities may be considered. Included may be JMU alumni who have brought distinction to the university and non-JMU alumni who have distinguished themselves in JMU athletics-related areas. Individuals nominated for their achievements as student-athletes are eligible for consideration for induction following a period of 10 years after competing. Individuals nominated for their contributions as employees of JMU may be considered three years after honorable termination of employment from the university. Others may be considered as deemed appropriate by the selection committee. Nominations may be made at any time but must be received by Sept. 30 for consideration during that academic year. Nominations should be made to JMU Athletic Hall of Fame, Athletics Communications, MSC 0404, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA 22807. Nominations should be in the form of a letter that documents the credentials for the individual to be considered for induction. JMU’s Athletic Hall of Fame members include the following:
Mary Lou Carroll ’56
Mendy Childress ’79
Field Hockey, Basketball, High School Coach
Katherine Johnson ’77 Althea Loose Johnston Alan Mayer ’74 Billy Sample ’77
Janet McCullough Gerard ’83
Christine Shelton ’70
Basketball, Field Hockey, Tennis
Basketball, Field Hockey, Swimming, Sports Psychologist Archery
George Toliver ’73 Basketball
Gracie VanDyck ’47
Basketball, Field Hockey, High School Coach
Dr. Ronald Carrier
L. Leotus Morrison
Administrator, Coach Basketball, Field Hockey
Scott Norwood ’82 Football
Pat Dosh ’78 Basketball
Ray Laroche ’75 Soccer
Dee McDonough ’73 Field Hockey, Lacrosse
Susan Shreckhise Slater ’83 Track & Field
Ron Stith ’77 Football
Dzalya Manns ’89
Sherman Dillard ’78
Robert W. Ryder ’75
Les Branich ’76
Dorothy V. Harris ’53
Julianne Hull Elicker ’79
Billy Sample (‘77)
Maria Grosz-Pope ’81 Coach Football, Cross Country, Track & Field
Charles Haley ’86 Football
Carol Horton ’68
Administrator, Coach Fencing
Administrator, Coach Basketball, Cross Country
Sydney Beasley ’88 Basketball
Floretta Jackson ’87 Basketball
Bernard Slayton ’77 Football
Linton Townes ’82 Basketball
Marjorie Berkley ’45
Field Hockey, Lacrosse Track & Field
Dan Ruland ’83 Basketball
Warren Marshall ’87 Football
Shelia Moorman Coach Basketball
Sandy Wilson ’87 Field Hockey
Juli Speights Henner ’92
Bob Vanderwarker Coach Soccer
Kim Arehart ’90 Archery
Lorenzo Bundy ’82 Baseball
Linton Townes ’82
Woody Bergeria ’78 Football
Julie Franken ’87 Basketball
Coach Field Hockey
Adam Wheatcroft ’04 Archery
Charles “Lefty” Driesell Coach Basketball
Steve Hood ’91
Mark Carnevale ’82
Tiombé Hurd ’95
Coach Basketball Golf
Linton Townes (’82)
Cross Country, Track & Field Basketball, Field Hockey High School Steve Stielper ’80 Coach, Official Basketball
Pat Dean ’ 61
Floretta Jackson (’87)
Jeff Bowyer ’87
Swimming & Diving
Cindy Gilbert-Bevilacqua ’84
Gary Clark ’84 Football
Track & Field
Basketball, Field Hockey High School Coach
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Alan Mayer (‘74)
Mark Gabriele ’95 Swimming & Diving
Alisa Harris ’88 Basketball
Matt Holthaus ’95 Track & Field
Carole Thate ’96 Field Hockey
Jim Barbe ‘77 Baseball
Brent S. Bennett ‘95 Soccer
Eupton C. Jackson ‘91 Football
Diane Buch Traynor ‘88 Field Hockey, Lacrosse
Gary Butler ’73 Basketball
E. Ashley Williamson ’96 Soccer
Kaarlo Kankkunen ’95 Soccer
Nora Maguire White ’92 Lacrosse
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Dr. Ronald E. Carrier
Lynn Craun ’82
Missy Dudley-Heft ’89
Bethany Eigel ’00
Todd Winterfeldt ’78)
Aimee Vaughan Sharp
Cross Country/Track & Field
Eileen Arnaldo ‘11
Women’s Soccer, Lacrosse Cross Country/Track & Field
Samantha Bates Floyd ‘98
Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field
Lindsay Collingwood ‘00
Ryan Frost ‘97
Clyde Hoy ‘82
Cindy Slagle Flickinger
Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe ‘97
Patrick McSorley ‘96
Men’s Swimming & Diving
Cross Country/Track & Field
Men’s Swimming & Diving, Coach
Cross Country/Track & Field Cross Country/Track & Field Football
Ryan Frost (‘10)
JW Mitchell Baseball
Tony Booth Football
Jess Marion Lacrosse
Paul Morina ‘12
Track and Field
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athletic facilities James Madison University has made a commitment to its athletics program and the facilities needed to give the teams the best opportunity to succeed in the conference, regionally and nationally. • Godwin Hall houses a 5,000-seat gymnasium, an 800-seat natatorium and areas for strength training and indoor practices. • Facilities also include the 7,156-seat JMU Convocation Center for basketball and a lighted field hockey/track and field complex with a synthetic playing surface. • JMU’s baseball and softball programs began play in the spring of 2010 in the new Veterans Memorial Stadium complex, a lighted facility that provides an outstanding playing venue for each program. The new complex includes new stadiums with top-of-the line amenities and press box as well as new offices, locker rooms and indoor practice facilities in the adjacent Memorial Hall. • The golf programs enjoy two new on-campus shortgame practice facilities, including an indoor facility with video analysis, chipping and putting areas as well as an outdoor facility that includes driving ability as well as chipping and putting greens with a variety of terrain to give the teams the ability to practice in short time frames. • Construction was recently completed on University Park off Port Republic Road, which has recreation facilities as well as practice and competition facilities for men’s and women’s soccer, women’s lacrosse and women’s track and field in the fall of 2012, with an eventual expansion for field hockey at the facility.
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Central Connecticut St. . . . . W, 38-14 at Akron. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 33-35 Saint Francis (Pa.). . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Charlotte . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. at Delaware*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. Albany*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. Richmond* . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Willam & Mary* . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. Villanova*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2:30 p.m. at New Hampshire*. . . . . 12:30 p.m. Stony Brook*. . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Towson*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m.
Jacksonville. . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 51-35 Delaware State. . . . . . . . . . . W, 42-21 at Navy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. Wagner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. James Madison*. . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. at Maine*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. Albany*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Rhode Island*. . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Towson*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. William and Mary*. . . . . . . . . . 3 p.m. Richmond* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Villanova*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA
at Rhode Island*. . . . . . . . . . . W, 24-0 at Buffalo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Villanova*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 p.m. Towson* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Bryant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. at Colgate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. New Hampshire* . . . . . . . . . . . 4 p.m. at Maine*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 p.m. Richmond* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. at James Madison* . . . . . . . . . 3 p.m. Albany*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m.
Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 29
Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23
Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 23
at UCF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 0-37 James Madison. . . . . . . . . . . W, 35-33 at Michigan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Louisiana-Lafayette . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. at Bowling Green*. . . . . . . . . . . TBA Ohio*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m at Northern Illinois*. . . . . . . . . 5 p.m. at Miami (Ohio)*. . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA Ball State*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Kent State* . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Massachusetts* . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. Toledo* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA
at Central Michigan. . . . . . . . L, 21-24 Colgate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Lehigh. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 p.m. at Towson*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Rhode Island*. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Villanova*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Stony Brook* . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 p.m. at William and Mary*. . . . . 1:30 p.m. James Madison*. . . . . . . . 12:30 p.m. at Albany*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. Maine*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m.
at Connecticut. . . . . . . . . . . . W, 33-18 at Holy Cross. . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 49-7 Delaware State. . . . . . . . . . 7:30 p.m. at North Carolina Central. . . . . 2 p.m. at Stony Brook* . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. New Hampshire* . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Villanova*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. at Albany*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Richmond* . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Delaware*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. at William and Mary*. . . . . 1:30 p.m. James Madison. . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m.
Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23
Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23
Aug. 30 Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23
at Duquesne . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 24-35 at Colgate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 37-34 Rhode Island*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. Central Connecticut State. . . . . 7 p.m. at Old Dominion . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. at James Madison* . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. at Delaware*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Towson* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Richmond* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 p.m. Maine*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. New Hampshire* . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Stony Brook . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m.
VMI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 34-0 at NC State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 21-23 at Gardner-Webb. . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Liberty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Maine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 p.m. at James Madison* . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Rhode Island*. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. Towson* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Albany*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 p.m. at Stony Brook* . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. at Delaware*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. William and Mary*. . . . . . . . . . 4 p.m.
at Boston College. . . . . . . . . . L, 14-24 at Fordham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L, 24-27 Stony Brook*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 p.m. Penn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 p.m. William and Mary*. . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. at Towson*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. at New Hampshire*. . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Maine*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. at James Madison* . . . . . . 2:30 p.m. at Rhode Island*. . . . . . . . 12:30 p.m. Delaware*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA
Central Connecticut St.
Saint Francis (Pa.)
William & Mary
Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23
Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23
Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23
at James Madison . . . . . . . . . L, 14-38 at Lehigh. . . . . . . . . . . . . . L-2ot, 44-51 Holy Cross. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. at Albany (N.Y.). . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. at Rhode Island. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. Saint Francis (Pa.)*. . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. at Sacred Heart*. . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. Salve Regina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. at Wagner* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. Robert Morris* . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Duquesne* . . . . . . . . . . 12:10 p.m. Bryant* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m.
at Georgia Southern. . . . . . . . L, 17-59 at James Madison . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Lincoln College. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m. Fordham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Central Connecticut St.* . . . 1 p.m. Monmouth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Sacred Heart*. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Duquesne* . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:10 p.m. at Bryant* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Wagner* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. Robert Morris* . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m.
Charlotte Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 23
Campbell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 52-7 Chowan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 47-7 North Carolina Central. . . . . . 12 p.m. at James Madison . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. at Presbyterian . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 p.m. Gardner-Webb. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. UNC Pembroke. . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Charleston Southern . . . 1:30 p.m. at Coastal Carolina. . . . . . . . . . 3 p.m. Wesley College. . . . . . . . . . . . 12 p.m. at Morehead State . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m.
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at West Virginia. . . . . . . . . . . . L, 17-24 Hampton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W, 31-7 at Lafayette. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 p.m. Rhode Island*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 p.m. at Villanova*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 p.m. Penn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. at Maine*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:30 p.m. James Madison*. . . . . . . . . 3:30 p.m. New Hampshire* . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. at Delaware*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 p.m. Towson* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:30 p.m. at Richmond* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 p.m.
EXCELLING WITH HONORS (courtesy of Madison Magazine)
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EXCELLING WITH HONORS
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UPCOMING JMU SPORTS Sun., Sept. 15 Men’s soccer at Georgetown TBA Sun., Sept. 15 Field hockey at Richmond 1 p.m. Sun., Sept. 15 Women’s soccer at Davidson 2 p.m. Wed., Sept. 18 Field hockey hosts VCU 7 p.m. Fri., Sept. 20 Women’s soccer hosts UNCG 7 p.m. Fri., Sept. 20 Volleyball hosts Wake Forest 7:30 p.m. Sat., Sept. 21 Women’s cross country at Towson Invitational (Towson, Md.) 10 a.m. Sat., Sept. 21 Volleyball hosts Campbell 12:30 p.m. Sat., Sept. 21 Field hockey hosts Appalachian St. 1 p.m. Sat., Sept. 21 Football hosts Charlotte 6 p.m. Sat., Sept. 21 Volleyball hosts Cleveland State 7:30 p.m. Sun., Sept. 22 Men’s soccer hosts Stetson 1 p.m. Sun., Sept. 22 Women’s soccer at Longwood 7 p.m. Mon., Sept. 23 Men’s golf at VCU Shootout (Hermitage Country Club Manakin-Sabot, Va.) All Day Mon., Sept. 23 Women’s golf at Golfweek Conf. Challenge (Red Sky Ranch & Golf Club Wolcott, Colo.) All Day Tue., Sept. 24 Men’s golf at VCU Shootout (Hermitage Country Club Manakin-Sabot, Va.) All Day Tue., Sept. 24 Women’s golf at Golfweek Conf. Challenge (Red Sky Ranch & Golf Club Wolcott, Colo.) All Day Wed., Sept. 25 Women’s golf at Golfweek Conf. Challenge (Red Sky Ranch & Golf Club Wolcott, Colo.) All Day Wed., Sept. 25 Field Hockey at Virginia 6 p.m. Wed., Sept. 25 Women’s soccer hosts George Mason 7 p.m. Fri., Sept. 27 Women’s tennis at Hokie Fall Invite (Blacksburg, Va.) All Day Fri., Sept. 27 Men’s soccer hosts Furman 7 p.m. Fri., Sept. 27 Volleyball hosts William & Mary * 7 p.m. Sat., Sept. 28 Women’s tennis at Hokie Fall Invite (Blacksburg, Va.) All Day
Sat., Sept. 28 Football at Delaware* 7 p.m. Sat., Sept. 28 Women’s soccer hosts William & Mary* 7 p.m. Sun., Sept. 29 Women’s tennis at Hokie Fall Invite (Blacksburg, Va.) All Day Sun., Sept. 29 Field hockey at William & Mary* 1 p.m. Mon., Sept. 30 Women’s golf at Starmount Fall Classic (Starmount Forest Country Club Greensboro, N.C.) All Day Mon., Sept. 30 Men’s golf at Joe Agee Invitational (Willamsburg Country Club Williamsburg, Va.) All Day Tue., Oct. 1 Women’s golf at Starmount Fall Classic (Starmount Forest Country Club Greensboro, N.C.) All Day Tue., Oct. 1 Men’s golf at Joe Agee Invitational (Willamsburg Country Club Williamsburg, Va.) All Day Wed., Oct. 2 Men’s soccer hosts Loyola (Md.) 7 p.m. Thu., Oct. 3 Women’s soccer at Delaware* 5 p.m. Fri., Oct. 4 Women’s swim and dive at Radford 3 p.m. Fri., Oct. 4 Field hockey at Towson* 6 p.m. Fri., Oct. 4 Volleyball hosts College of Charleston* 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 5 Women’s cross country Paul Short Invite (Bethlehem, Pa.) 10 a.m. Sat., Oct. 5 Football hosts Albany * 1:30 p.m. Sun., Oct. 6 Women’s soccer at Drexel* Noon Sun., Oct. 6 Volleyball hosts UNCW* 1 p.m. Sun., Oct. 6 Men’s soccer hosts Northeastern* 1 p.m. Sun., Oct. 6 Field hockey at Delaware* 1 p.m. Mon., Oct. 7 Tue., Oct. 8 Wed., Oct. 9 Wed., Oct. 9
Women’s golf at Pirate Invitational (Greenville CC-Greenville, N.C.) All Day Women’s golf at Pirate Invitational (Greenville CC-Greenville, N.C.) All Day Field hockey hosts Radford 7 p.m. Men’s soccer hosts Delaware* 7 p.m.
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Fri., Oct. 11 Fri., Oct. 11 Fri., Oct. 11 Sat., Oct. 12 Sat., Oct. 12 Sat., Oct. 12 Sun., Oct. 13 Sun., Oct. 13 Sun., Oct. 13
Women’s tennis at Navy Blue & Gold Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) All Day Women’s swim and dive vs. Liberty, Radford and Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech Swimming Challenge (Christiansburg, Va.) 5:00 p.m. Volleyball hosts Towson* 7 p.m. Women’s tennis at Navy Blue & Gold Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) All Day Football hosts Richmond* 3:30 p.m. Men’s soccer at UNCW* 7 p.m. Women’s tennis at Navy Blue & Gold Invitational (Annapolis, Md.) All Day Women’s soccer hosts Towson* 1 p.m. Volleyball hosts Delaware* 1 p.m.
Mon., Oct. 14 Men’s golf at Donald Ross Intercollegiate (Mimosa Hills CC at Morganton, N.C.) Tue., Oct. 15 Men’s golf at Donald Ross Intercollegiate (Mimosa Hills CC at Morganton, N.C. Wed., Oct. 16 Men’s soccer at Hofstra* 7 p.m. Thu., Oct. 17 Women’s tennis at ITA Atlantic Regionals (at Blacksburg, Va.) All Day Fri., Oct. 18 Women’s tennis at ITA Atlantic Regionals (at Blacksburg, Va.) All Day Fri., Oct. 18 Women’s cross country at Penn State National Invitational (University Park, Pa.) 10 a.m. Fri., Oct. 18 Field hockey at Davidson 6:30 p.m. Fri., Oct. 18 Women’s soccer hosts UNCW* 7 p.m. Fri., Oct. 18 Volleyball at UNCW* 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 19 Women’s tennis at ITA Atlantic Regionals (at Blacksburg, Va.) All Day Sun., Oct. 20 Men’s golf at OBX/ODU Collegiate (Kilmarlic GC-Kitty Hawk, N.C.) All Day Sun., Oct. 20 Women’s tennis at ITA Atlantic Regionals (at Blacksburg, Va.) All Day Sun., Oct. 20 Field hockey at Wake Forest 1 p.m. Sun., Oct. 20 Volleyball at College of Charleston* 1 p.m. Sun., Oct. 20 Women’s soccer hosts College of Charleston* 1 p.m.