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JMU Takes Down No. 22 Old Dominion

James Madison field hockey picked up a 3-1 win over No. 22 Old Dominion on Sunday morning. There were three different goal scorers for the Dukes in the win.

Rams head coach Mark Roller sat down with Alex Flum in this week's Coach's Corner.

Senior forward Phoebe Dinga bent home her first goal of the season on Sunday afternoon, helping power James Madison to a 1-0 win over LSU.

Ben DiNucci accumulated more than 300 yards of offense and Percy Agyei-Obese turned in a career day on the ground with over 100 yards and two scores to lead second-ranked James Madison to a 37-14 win at Chattanooga on Friday evening at Finley Stadium.

Zane Zandier returned an interception 22 yards for a touchdown, part of a dominant defensive second half, as No. 21 Virginia rallied past Old Dominion 28-17 to remain undefeated.

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