Jordan records first shutout as KSU Field Hockey defeats JMU

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The Kent State field hockey team won its first game of the season against the James Madison Dukes 1-0 Sunday afternoon.

This win marks the Golden Flashes first win over the Dukes since 2004.

Sophomore goalkeeper Jahna Jordan made nine saves during the game. This was Jordan’s first career shutout with the Golden Flashes.

Sophomore midfielder Julia Hofmann scored the one and only goal of the game. Her teammates sophomores Sabrina Binder (backline) and Abbie Carrico (midfielder) assisted her on the score.

The Flashes and Dukes are both now 1-1 on the young season.

Follow Kent State field hockey as the season continues at noon on Tuesday against the University of Vermont at Murphy-Mellis Field.

Contact Aja Phillips at [email protected].