No. 1 Maryland Rolls by No. 19 James Madison to Stay Unbeaten

Ancarrow was the only multiple-goal scorer for the Dukes with three scores, which came with 100 percent accuracy as she took only three shots in the game.

Maryland got a game-high four goals from Brooke Griffin, and Aust and Halle Majorana each scored three times. Other multiple-goal scorers for the Terps were Alice Mercer and Cummings with two goals apiece.

JMU was led in ground balls by redshirt sophomore Kaci Starkloff (Bel Air, Md./Bel Air) with two. Curwin tied for game-high draw controls with four.

Healy finished with 11 saves as she recorded double-figure saves for the fourth time this season and for the third time in the last four matches. Maryland goalkeeper Kasey Howard made two saves.

Maryland is one of only three undefeated teams in NCAA Division I, joining Florida (13-0) and Rutgers (7-0) in that elite club.

The 19th-ranked Dukes dropped their second straight game to a ranked team, following a loss to number nine Virginia on Wednesday. JMU's next action is March 27 when the Dukes open Colonial Athletic Association play at George Mason.

Notes: JMU's Casey Ancarrow's three goals and one assist gave her a career total of 198 points. She moved from tied for ninth to eight place on JMU's points list, passing her JMU coach, Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe (JMU '97), who had 196 career points. She also moved into a tie for 11th on the career assist list with 54.

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