JMU has good dilemma with Mitch, Schor

James Madison University's Connor Mitch throws a pass during practice this summer. The transfer from the University of South Carolina is battling with Bryan Schor for the starting quarterback spot. Courtesy photo/JMU Athletics Communications

August 24, 2016

HARRISONBURG — James Madison University’s football team has a good problem to have. The Dukes have two quarterbacks, both of whom are capable of leading the team this season.

JMU football notebook: Houston pleased with Dukes’ progress

JMU's Bryan Schor  makes a pass against William & Mary last season. Schor and the Dukes open the season on Sept. 3 against Morehead State. Courtesy photo/JMU Athletics Communications

August 23, 2016

HARRISONBURG – James Madison University has only 10 days left before its first game of the season, and first-year coach Mike Houston said the coaching staff will begin to scale back on how hard they are working the players to get them ready for next week.

JMU’s Kloosterman ready to take on starting role

James Madison University  junior tight end Jonathan Kloosterman runs after making a catch against Colgate last season. The Strasburg graduate is excited for the opportunity to be the starting tight end this season for the Dukes. Courtesy photo/JMU Athletics Communications

August 19, 2016

HARRISONBURG – Jonathan Kloosterman has played a role in James Madison University’s football team during his first two years at the school, but this season his role will be getting bigger.

On Campus: Sherando grads making impact at Shepherd

March 16, 2016

Several former Sherando standouts are contributing to the success of Shepherd University’s baseball team this season. Tre Porter (Sherando ’12), Jacob Carney (Sherando ’13), John Bentley (Sherando ’13) and Chase Smallwood (Sherando ’14) are helping the Rams to a great start.