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Kent State goalkeeper Jahna Jordan made nine saves and Julia Hofmann scored the game's only goal to lead Kent State to a 1-0 win over the James Madison field hockey team at Murphy-Mellis Field on Sunday.
JMU dropped to 1-1 on the year after opening the season with a win over Vermont on Friday. KSU improved to 1-1 with the win.
Hofmann paced the offense for the Golden Flashes, scoring a goal and adding four shots, including three on net. Abbie Carrico and Sabrina Binder each added assists with Carrico contributing two shots.
Six different players recorded shots for the Dukes led by redshirt freshman forward Taylor West and freshman midfielder Saskia Chelmowski with four shots each. Redshirt junior forward Rachel Wein directed three shots on goal while senior midfielder Jenna Taylor and sophomore back Rachel Palumbo registered two shots each.
Freshman goalkeeper Lena Wimmert took the loss for JMU to drop to 1-1 on the year. She made five saves and allowed just one goal in 70 minutes of action in net.
The Dukes outshot the Golden Flashes 16-12, while KSU held a 10-5 advantage in saves and an 8-7 lead in penalty corners.
The Dukes return to the field next weekend as they open up the home portion of their schedule. Saturday JMU plays host to Davidson at noon before hosting No. 25 American on Sunday at 1 p.m.