NEWARK, Del. -- The University of Delaware women’s soccer team ended its season in style Sunday afternoon as the Blue Hens turned in a dominant 2-0 victory over Colonial Athletic Association foe James Madison at Stuart and Suzanne Grant Stadium.

Delaware (6-10-2, 3-6 CAA) and James Madison (9-9, 4-5 CAA) played a scoreless first half with the Hens having the advantage in play and shots, outshooting the Dukes 8-5.

Following the halftime break, the Blue Hens continued to be the aggressors. In the 60th-minute, the Blue Hens took the lead for good when senior Andrea Gunderson sent a perfect corner kick to the near post that Olivia Schuck was able to slip past Hannah McShea. The header goal was Schuck’s third of the season.

Delaware doubled its lead in the 74th-minute when Riley Dixon received a perfect through-ball from Dani Kabat. Dixon took one touch in the 16-yard box and fired a shot into the left-side of the net. The goal was the freshman’s second tally of the year.

Seniors Nicole Liotta and Kailyn Rekos split the action in net for Delaware as Liotta started with Rekos playing the second half. Both goalies made one save. Delaware outshot JMU 18-12.

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