WILMINGTON, North Carolina - Dale Robins-Bailey's goal in the 73rd minute stood up as James Madison, ranked 21st nationally in the Soccer America poll, slipped past UNCW, 1-0, in Colonial Athletic Association men's soccer action on Wednesday.

The Dukes improved to 7-1-1 with their fourth straight victory and to 3-0 in the CAA. The Seahawks remained winless on the road at 0-5 and dropped to 3-7 overall and 1-3 in the league.

"We continue to have opportunities," said UNCW Head Coach Aidan Heaney. "But we're just not able to capitalize on those chances. We need to do so in order to compete in this conference. We have another opportunity against a ranked opponent this weekend when we play at Old Dominion."

With the teams locked in a scoreless tilt, JMU notched the lone goal when Robins-Bailey headed home a corner kick off the foot of Christian McLaughlin at the 72:37 mark. For Robins-Bailey, it was his second goal of the season.

JMU goalkeeper Justin Epperson needed just three saves to record the shutout.

The Dukes built a 12-9 advantage in shots and an 8-5 edge in corner kicks.

Senior Shawn Guderian led the Seahawks with two of their three shots on goal.

The Seahawks return to action with the middle game of a three-game road swing on Saturday when they take on Old Dominion in Norfolk, Va. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m.