Towson held without a shot in loss to James Madison

Towson suffered a 12-0 loss to Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) rival James Madison Saturday, falling to 2-9 on the season.

Head Coach Carly Campana did not respond to a request for comment about this game.

In the first half, the Dukes scored five times and followed up with seven more goals during the second half.

The first goal of the game was scored by sophomore forward Miranda Riggs at the 8:34 mark.

At the 26:48 mark, the Tigers switched goalkeepers. Senior Megan Boyle came in to relieve junior Emilee Woodall.

Boyle recorded six saves during her span as goalkeeper, but the Dukes managed to score two goals on her. Woodall came back as goalie during the game’s 49th minute.

Woodall and Boyle combined for 19 saves during the game. Woodall made 13 saves and Boyle made the aforementioned six.

The final goal of the game was scored by the Dukes’ Rachel Maizel with three minutes left in the game.

The James Madison defense prevented Towson from attempting any shots during the game. The Dukes pressed down on the Tigers and recorded 50 shots.

Towson will go up against Hofstra on Friday at Johnny Unitas Stadium at 6 p.m. and then face off against Lehigh Sunday at noon.

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