Mayo hits PR & qualifies for NCAA\'s in ECAC women\'s triple jump JMU Press Release May 15, 2005

James Madison sophomore Adrienne Mayo (Reston, Va./South Lakes) nailed a career-best jump and placed third in the triple jump at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Women\'s Track and Field Championships Sunday at Princeton. Mayo\'s leap of 40 feet, 9 3/4 inches bettered her existing personal-best of 40\'5 1/2\" and also qualified her for the NCAA East Region Championships for the second year in a row.

Saunders, Anderson qualify for post season at Stanford track meet JMU Press Release Mar 26, 2005

James Madison junior distance runners Shannon Saunders (Forest, Va./Jefferson Forest) and Nelly Anderson (Charlotte, N.C./Cordillera Academy) both qualified for postseason competition with personal-best performances at the Stanford Track and Field Invitational that concluded Saturday. Saunders took nearly 24 seconds off the school record and qualified for the NCAA National Championships in the 10,000 meters. She finished 15th overall and 14th among collegiate runners with a time of 33 minutes, 54.56 seconds. Anderson won her section of the 3,000-meter steeplechase in 10:34.17. She placed ninth overall and eighth among collegiate runners in the event, which was contested in two sections. Anderson qualified for the NCAA East Region for the second year in a row and for the ECAC meet for the third straight year.

JMU men\'s indoor track begins spring semester of competition JMU Press Release Jan 10, 2005

Juniors David Bolton (Leesburg, Va./Loudoun County) and Travis Lambert (Charlottesville, Va./Albemarle) each had third-place showings in the sections of their respective events at the Gulden Relays hosted by Bucknell University on Saturday. The meet was the first of the calendar year for the Dukes, who plan to compete each weekend leading up to the March 4-5 IC4A Indoor Championships in Boston.

Mayo Wins Triple Jump in ECAC Qualifying Performance at Bucknell JMU Press Release Dec 04, 2004

James Madion sophomore Adrienne Mayo (Reston, Va./South Lakes) won the triple jump and qualified for postseason competition at the Bison Opener track and field meet held at Bucknell Saturday. Mayo\'s winning jump of 38 feet, 7 1/2 inches, qualified her to compete in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championships in Boston in March.

Saunders 58th at NCAA Women\'s Cross Country Meet JMU Press Release Nov 22, 2004

James Madison junior Shannon Saunders (Forest, Va./Jefferson Forest) finished 58th in the NCAA National Women\'s Cross Country Championships Monday. Saunders, who completed the 6,000-meter race in 21 minutes, 29.3 seconds, had the third-best women\'s NCAA national finish in school history. Only Mollie DeFrancesco, who placed 30th in 2002, and Bethany Eigel, who finished 46th in 1996, turned in better finishes

JMU Men Fifth in IC4A Championships JMU Press Release Nov 20, 2004

Two James Madison runners placed in the top 20 as the Dukes finished fifth Saturday at the IC4A Men\'s Cross Country Championships in Van Cortlandt Park. JMU sophomore C.W. Moran (Potomac Falls, Va./Potomac Falls) was 13th with a time of 25 minutes, 19 seconds over the five-mile course, and junior Allen Carr (Yorktown, Va./York) finished 16th in 25:22.

JMU Women Receive Votes In National Poll JMU Press Release Nov 02, 2004

JMU's women's cross country team was among the teams receiving votes in the latest FinishLynx Women's Cross Country Rankings, announced Tuesday. The poll ranked 30 teams, and 15 additional teams received votes. The Dukes are coming off a second-place finish in the Oct. 30 Colonial Athletic Association Championships, run on JMU's home course in New Market, Va. In that meet, the CAA women

Saunders and Herbert lead JMU to strong showings at Penn State JMU Press Release Oct 16, 2004

James Madison senior Ted Herbert (Virginia Beach, Va./Cox) placed eighth among some 300 collegiate runners and led the Dukes to a fourth-place team finish at the Penn State National Men\'s Cross Country Invitational Saturday morning. Meanwhile, James Madison junior Shannon Saunders (Forest, Va./Jefferson Forest) placed 10th among 345 collegiate runners and led the Dukes to a ninth-place team finish.

Saunders & Herbert lead JMU squads at Roy Griak JMU Press Release Sep 25, 2004

Competing against some of the nation\'s top women\'s cross country teams, James Madison placed 12th and junior Shannon Saunders (Forest, Va./Jefferson Forest) finished 16th individually at the Roy Griak Invitational Meet hosted by Minnesota Saturday. Meanwhile, the men finished 16th in a top-caliber field.