James Madison Dukes women's lacrosse

The James Madison Dukes women's lacrosse team is a NCAA Division I college lacrosse team representing James Madison University as part of the Colonial Athletic Association. They play their home games at Sentara Park in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

James Madison Dukes women's lacrosse
Founded1974
UniversityJames Madison University
Head coachShelley Klaes-Bawcombe (since 2007 season)
StadiumSentara Park (capacity: 1500)
LocationHarrisonburg, Virginia
ConferenceColonial Athletic Association
NicknameDukes
ColorsPurple and Gold[1]
         
NCAA Tournament championships
2018
NCAA Tournament Final Fours
2000, 2018
NCAA Tournament appearances
1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Conference Tournament championships
1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
Conference regular season championships
1995, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Individual career records

Reference:[2]

Record Amount Player Years
Goals201Gail Decker2001-04
Assists121Monica Zabel2009-12
Points267Gail Decker2001-04
Ground balls187Lisa Staedt2000-03
Draw controls245Haley Warden2015-18
Caused turnovers119Haley Warden2015-18
Saves648Joy Jones1985-88
Save %.607Chris Bauer1982-84
GAA7.31Meg Cortezi1993-96

Individual single-season records

Record Amount Player Year
Goals81Gail Decker2004
Assists49Monica Zabel2012
Points112Gail Decker2004
Ground balls76Lisa Staedt2003
Draw controls108Haley Warden2015-18
Caused turnovers47Haley Warden2017
Saves203Jennifer Corradini2001
Save %.646Joy Jones1987
GAA5.31Joy Jones1988

Seasons

Reference:[3]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
USWLA (1974–1977)
1974 Gay Hall 6-3
1975 Becky Burch 6-7
1976 Janet Luce 5-6-1
1977 7-5-1
USWLA (Virginia Women's Lacrosse Association) (1978–1980)
1978 8-6-11st
1979 8-93rd
1980 Dee McDonough 7-63rd
AIAW (Virginia Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women) (1981–1981)
1981 13-51st
NCAA Division I (Virginia Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women) (1982–1982)
1982 9-73rd
NCAA Division I (Virginia Intercollegiate League) (1983–1984)
1983 10-72nd
1984 7-71st
NCAA Division I (South Atlantic Conference) (1985–1991)
1985 8-101st
1986 8-71st
1987 4-93rd
1988 11-52nd
1989 6-73rd
1990 5-93rd
1991 7-72nd
NCAA Division I (CAA) (1992–present)
1992 9-83-23rd
1993 6-103-34th
1994 8-93-45th
1995 Jennifer Ulehla 12-46-1T-1stNCAA Quarterfinal
1996 9-83-34th
1997 13-54-23rdNCAA Quarterfinal
1998 11-85-12ndNCAA Quarterfinal
1999 13-56-01stNCAA Quarterfinal
2000 13-56-01stNCAA Semifinal
2001 11-93-3T-3rdNCAA Quarterfinal
2002 8-105-33rd
2003 Kellie Young 13-66-12ndNCAA First Round
2004 16-47-01stNCAA Quarterfinal
2005 7-92-5T-6th
2006 15-56-11stNCAA Quarterfinal
2007 Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe 13-55-2T-2nd
2008 7-93-46th
2009 5-111-67th
2010 17-37-01stNCAA Quarterfinal
2011 15-46-1T-1stNCAA First Round
2012 11-76-12nd
2013 11-66-1T-1st
2014 11-74-1T-1st
2015 15-55-12ndNCAA First Round
2016 10-105-1T-1stNCAA First Round
2017 14-75-11stNCAA Second Round
2018 22-16-01stNCAA Champions
2019 16-46-01stNCAA First Round
Total:466-306 (.604)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Postseason Results

The Dukes have appeared in 15 NCAA tournaments. Their postseason record is 12-14.[4]

Year Seed Round Opponent Score
1995--QuarterfinalPenn StateL, 7-11
1997--QuarterfinalTempleL, 10-17
1998--First Round
Quarterfinal
William & Mary
#3 Maryland
W, 15-9
L, 8-13
1999--First Round
Quarterfinal
Rutgers
#3 Duke
W, 11-6
L, 10-11
2000#3Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Virginia
#2 Princeton
W, 12-5
L, 9-15
2001#9First Round
Quarterfinal
#8 Virginia
#1 Maryland
W, 11-8
L, 9-11
2003--First RoundGeorgetownL, 5-9
2004--First RoundJohns Hopkins
Vanderbilt
W, 14-9
L, 4-10
2006#8First Round
Quarterfinal
Richmond
#1 Duke
W, 9-8
L, 6-16
2010--First Round
Quarterfinal
Stanford
Syracuse
W, 9-8
L, 3-7
2011#8First RoundPrincetonL, 10-11
2015--First RoundUSCL, 10-13
2016--First RoundStanfordL, 8-9
2017--First Round
Second Round
Louisville
#4 Penn State
W, 12-6
L, 14-19
2018#3Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Championship
Virginia
#6 Florida
#2 North Carolina
#4 Boston College
W, 15-12
W, 11-8
W, 15-12
W, 16-15
2019--First RoundStony BrookL, 10-9

References

  1. "JMU Logos and Marks". January 3, 2017. Retrieved December 16, 2019.
  2. "2017 James Madison Lacrosse Record Book" (PDF). JMU Sports. Retrieved December 29, 2017.
  3. "Year-by-Year History". JMU Sports. Retrieved December 29, 2017.
  4. "Division I Women's Lacrosse Championships Records Book" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved December 29, 2017.
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