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Re: 2018 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #258659 03/07/18 04:17 PM
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Great game in da Bronx. 8-5 UVA. 18 Saves by Manhattan goalie.


It was a great game - Manhattan hung w/ UVA pretty much even through 3Qs. Their GK stood on his head to help make that happen. Both Ds were pretty stingy all night, but UVA closed down everything in the fourth and Manhattan didn't do anything on the man up. But, not bad against #8! Manhattan's program looks to be on the rise.


Virginia is done with their best player out for the season.

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Re: 2018 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
TM@BOTC #259188 03/13/18 03:27 PM
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Manhattan goalie could be AA this year

Re: 2018 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
TM@BOTC #259416 03/15/18 07:54 PM
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Inside Lacrosse Freshman rankings are out. Very interesting that some of the top recruits are nowhere to be found, or far from where they were projected to be #daddyball
http://www.insidelacrosse.com/article/2017-early-season-di-freshman-rankings/51621

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TM@BOTC #259479 03/16/18 11:06 AM
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Early recruiting!! Many sitting on bench.

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FYI .... with some exceptions....freshman usually take a year or more to make the adjustment to the speed, size and competition. The poster seemed to be implying some sort of failure by these kids to not yet be starring or getting much PT. How about the upper classmen who also had to wait their opportunity? They too were featured h.s. players and waited for various amounts of time before playing. Its a pretty big achievement to be a member of a college team let alone garner playing time for the first couple of years , and sometimes it just doesn't work out that way at all. its not a failure. .

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Re: 2018 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #259493 03/16/18 01:02 PM
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Ignorant and jealous parent.....nothing new

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
FYI .... with some exceptions....freshman usually take a year or more to make the adjustment to the speed, size and competition. The poster seemed to be implying some sort of failure by these kids to not yet be starring or getting much PT. How about the upper classmen who also had to wait their opportunity? They too were featured h.s. players and waited for various amounts of time before playing. Its a pretty big achievement to be a member of a college team let alone garner playing time for the first couple of years , and sometimes it just doesn't work out that way at all. its not a failure. .


If you're a top recruit, you should play right away. Why? because you show up in practice and at games. The best will take the field, and perform when they are out there. Otherwise, they'll be on the bench.

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What about the top recruits from prior years?
They are done if they don’t play right away?
You know nothing Jon snow

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What about the top recruits from prior years?
They are done if they don’t play right away?
You know nothing Jon snow


Actually most crash and burn in college, if you look back.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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What about the top recruits from prior years?
They are done if they don’t play right away?
You know nothing Jon snow


Actually most crash and burn in college, if you look back.


"most"??

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Re: 2018 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
TM@BOTC #259541 03/16/18 11:07 PM
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What happen at Delaware?

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Anonymous #259595 03/18/18 09:34 AM
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What happen at Delaware?


Have no knowledge of the situation. However, new Coach lost his job at Cornell because of off the field issues. I am "assuming" that his tolerance for any off the field situation is nearly zero. Nor does administration have any tolerance for these issues. In today's college environment, players on Lacrosse teams are under a microscope. One's behavior is more highly scrutinized. The whole "privilege" thing is an easy and desirable target for University Administration. Keep in mind that most Lacrosse players were given entry to a school they might not have gotten into if it were not for lacrosse. The ideologues in these institutions see this as admissions spots being taken away from under represented groups and given to people of privilege. This is the mentality you are dealing with at these schools, tell your son's to be very careful. Additionally, your son will also be held accountable for things he might have done off campus as well. Because of his impact on the greater community. Now if the greater community has an impact on your son, well that's too bad. University does nothing to help you. You know, like being the victim of crime. The things we did in college that were considered pranks or just silliness are now grounds for suspension or expulsion. Dismissal from the Lacrosse team should be the least of your worries. By the way, your son doesn't need to guilty of anything. The severity of the accusation, followed by the "preponderance of the evidence" is enough to bring the hammer down. Which means, if we think you may have done something, your done. Regardless of what you actually did or didn't do.

Re: 2018 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
TM@BOTC #259801 03/21/18 07:18 AM
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Hofstra looked terrible against Lehigh. Coach going nuts on his staff. Players had no hustle. What gives? Time for a change?

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Anonymous #259806 03/21/18 08:36 AM
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Hofstra looked terrible against Lehigh. Coach going nuts on his staff. Players had no hustle. What gives? Time for a change?



Why are you surprised? Hofstra craps the bed about this same time every year.

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Be careful criticizing Hofstra coach

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