Aug. 30, 2009
Final Stats |
HARRISONBURG, Va. -- Corky Julien scored all three goals in James Madison's 3-0 victory over Bucknell on Sunday afternoon at the JMU/Comfort Inn Harrisonburg Invitational. The Dukes, an NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen participant last year, sent the Bison to 0-2 on the season, with Bucknell's home opener coming up on Wednesday night against UMBC.
JMU (2-1) outshot the Bison 20-4 and outscored Bucknell and Xavier 8-1 at its own tournament. It was a scoreless game until the 37th minute, when Julien broke the deadlock with a 12-yard shot off assists from Lisa Heise and Katie Menzie.
Julien got past the defense for two more goals, just 1:38 apart in the second half.
Bucknell senior Kathryn Sutton (Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville Area) played the first half in goal and made three saves, while sophomore Colleen Garrehy (Danville, Calif./Carondelet) took over in the second half and stopped five shots. Diane Wszalek had one save for the Dukes.
After the game Bison sophomores Megan DeGennaro (Westlake Village, Calif./La Reina) and Casey Crowley (Hamilton Square, N.J./The Peddie School) were named to the all-tournament team. DeGennaro scored the team's lone goal in Friday's loss to Towson.
Wednesday night the Bison will host UMBC at 7 p.m. in the first women's game of the season at Emmitt Field.