• $_EscapeTool.xml($item.getChild('thumbnail').getChild('display-name').value) Being the Change: Eugene Holloman (’09)

    Eugene Holloman ('09) didn't let an injury on the football field keep him from realizing his true passion.

  • Lefty Driesell HOF interview Driesell takes his place among basketball immortals

    The first NCAA coach with 100 wins at four different schools, the Hall of Famer led the Dukes from 1988 to 1997.

  • Dave Lombardo3 Passing the torch

    Dave Lombardo wore many hats as women's soccer coach, but none important than those of father figure and mentor.

  • football celebration A culture of winning

    Madison's unmatched success in athletics in recent years is not happenstance.

  • Student-athletes-table-meeting A balanced equation

    Student-athletes have the formula for excelling on the field and in the classroom.

  • wheelchair basketball Sports as empowerment

    The ripple effects of exposure to adapted sport and disability sport can be transformational.

  • Jamie Nicholson women's lacrosse club The club scene

    With 50 sport clubs and 23 intramural programs to choose from, there's something for almost everyone.

  • Olivia Lehman and teammates Achieving success

    JMU Athletics is committed to cultivating a quality student-athlete experience.

  • 2017-hyink-cooperman-lehman Competitive in life

    A new leadership development program helps student-athletes transition from the playing field to professional careers.

  • Kin Headley From Frisco, with love

    Dukes fans showed up all season long, but few traveled a more difficult road to the FCS title game than Kin Headley ('91).

  • Adam Ballou US Soccer Can't-miss ability

    Adam Ballou ('15) hasn't let his disability keep him from reaching the pinnacle of his sport.

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