Sep 10, 2014, 11:53 AM EDT
James Madison enjoyed a 2-0 week with wins over Longwood (4-2) and Richmond (2-1, 2 OT) to move to 3-0 on the season. The Dukes are the only league team that is ranked nationally this week, coming in at No. 20 in the NFHCA Week 1 poll. It’s the first time since 2010 that the team is ranked, while the squad’s 3-0 mark is the best start to a season since 2005. Dukes’ junior Loes Stijntjes won Player of the Week honors below for her offensive contributions.
Hofstra (3-1) is riding a three-game winning streak since losing its season opener. The Pride and freshman goalkeeper Carys Swan played well on the road in Connecticut last week, beating Sacred Heart and Yale. Swan allowed just three goals over both games.
Co-Week 2 Tweets of the Week –
“JMU wins! Junior, Loes Stijntjes scores the winning goal with 1:23 left in the second sudden victory period! #JMUDukes”
@HofstraFH1 RT – @HofstraPrideAD
“Three in a row! FH wins 2-1 @ Yale. Congrats @HofstraFH1. Jonel & Charlotte have @HofstraPride goals. #StayFocusedHUFU”
- #CAAHoops Summer School - Elon Women
- #CAAHoops Summer School - Elon Men
- W&M’s Trojan, NU’s Darrow Lead Men’s Track & Field All-Conference Honors
- Williams, Mistowski Headline Women’s Track & Field Postseason Honors
- CAA Men's Basketball Championship Moving To Washington DC In 2020
- More All-America Recognition For CAA Baseball Players
- #CAAHoops Summer School - Delaware Men
- #CAAHoops Summer School - Delaware Women
- Pair of Towson Tigers Named IWLCA All-Americans
- CAA Baseball Players Receive All-America, All-Region Accolades
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