JMU win brings national attention

September 28, 2015

HARRISONBURG — James Madison University’s 48-45 win over Football Bowl Subdivision opponent Southern Methodist University on Saturday garnered a lot of attention for the Dukes. JMU, a Football Championship Subdivision school, beat a FBS school for the fifth time in school history.

Notebook: Depth on offensive line key for JMU

September 21, 2015

HARRISONBURG — James Madison University’s offensive line could have fallen apart in the first half of Saturday’s 42-28 victory over Albany. The Dukes had several players go to the sidelines with injuries, but each time a different offensive lineman came off the bench and stepped up to the plate.

JMU roundup: Robinson suspended from football team

September 15, 2015

HARRISONBURG — James Madison University redshirt sophomore defensive lineman Simeyon Robinson has been suspended from the football team indefinitely according to a press release from the university.

Dukes face challenge of Lehigh

September 11, 2015

James Madison University started its football season off in impressive fashion last week. However, this week will provide a much tougher test for the Dukes.

JMU roundup: Dukes announce 2015 Hall of Fame class

September 10, 2015

HARRISONBURG – James Madison University director of athletics Jeff Bourne announced Wednesday the five individuals that will be inducted as the 2015 class into the JMU Athletics Hall of Fame, according to a press release.

Receivers still a strength for Dukes this season

From left to right, JMU's Deane Cheatham, Vad Lee, Gage Steele and Alex Mosley pose after Saturday's practice. They  were selected captains for the upcoming season. Courtesy photo/JMU Athletics Communications.

August 31, 2015

HARRISONBURG — James Madison University may have lost some wide receivers last season to graduation, but the Dukes’ passing game should still be very strong this season.

2015 Football: Dukes look to build on last year’s success

JMU quarterback Vad Lee looks to make a throw during a game last season. Lee threw for a school-record 3,462 yards last year. Courtesy photo/JMU Athletics Communications

August 28, 2015

HARRISONBURG — James Madison University’s football team had some success last year. The Dukes won seven straight games to end the regular season and hosted a Football Championship Subdivision playoff game for the first time in six years.

JMU roundup: Dukes announce non-conference slate for men’s hoops

August 18, 2015

HARRISONBURG – James Madison University’s men’s basketball team unveiled its non-conference schedule, highlighted by nine home contests and a neutral-site game against Big 12 foe West Virginia, the school announced in a press release Tuesday afternoon.