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Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: TM@BOTC] #275193
10/26/18 06:08 PM
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So much for the politics don’t play a role in the select teams , Spallina , Levy got a couple of their picks on the USTeam ,but to me it just means their were a few more deserving players left off . Got to give it to Spallina he takes a player and creates more hype than I have ever seen .

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Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #275205
10/27/18 08:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Serious question. Are there any other head DI lacrosse coaches (men or women) who also coach a club team or MLL team on the side? I'm not sure where Spallina finds the time to coach his 91 teams, the Lizards and also be present at recruiting events on the girls side.


Plenty of them Smith - Hofstra, Gait & Thorp - Cuse, Amonte - Northwestern, Myers - UVA , that's just off the top of my head, I'm sure there are many more. This trend is only going to continue to expand. The money they make combined with having unfiltered access to players is huge, for the aforementioned coaches their college coaching jobs are probably where they make the least amount of money




Thanks for making up nonsense.


Amonte is Wildcat Elite and Myers is Cavalier lacrosse Club



Again just making up nonsense , which of the teams does Myers coach ? Exactly why do you think she has anything to do with this club , the name I suppose .


Go look on the website - http://www.fastbreaklacrosse.com/cavalier-lacrosse-club.html

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #275206
10/27/18 08:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Serious question. Are there any other head DI lacrosse coaches (men or women) who also coach a club team or MLL team on the side? I'm not sure where Spallina finds the time to coach his 91 teams, the Lizards and also be present at recruiting events on the girls side.


Plenty of them Smith - Hofstra, Gait & Thorp - Cuse, Amonte - Northwestern, Myers - UVA , that's just off the top of my head, I'm sure there are many more. This trend is only going to continue to expand. The money they make combined with having unfiltered access to players is huge, for the aforementioned coaches their college coaching jobs are probably where they make the least amount of money




Thanks for making up nonsense.


Amonte is Wildcat Elite and Myers is Cavalier lacrosse Club



Again just making up nonsense , which of the teams does Myers coach ? Exactly why do you think she has anything to do with this club , the name I suppose .


cavlaxclub.com

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: TM@BOTC] #275218
10/27/18 01:30 PM
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VERY QUIET about fall ball!
Who looked good at Manhasset at Hofstra ?
How about Towson . Very quiet out there when it was very noisy when the when everyone was involved in where teams were placed,

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #275224
10/27/18 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Serious question. Are there any other head DI lacrosse coaches (men or women) who also coach a club team or MLL team on the side? I'm not sure where Spallina finds the time to coach his 91 teams, the Lizards and also be present at recruiting events on the girls side.


Plenty of them Smith - Hofstra, Gait & Thorp - Cuse, Amonte - Northwestern, Myers - UVA , that's just off the top of my head, I'm sure there are many more. This trend is only going to continue to expand. The money they make combined with having unfiltered access to players is huge, for the aforementioned coaches their college coaching jobs are probably where they make the least amount of money




Thanks for making up nonsense.


Amonte is Wildcat Elite and Myers is Cavalier lacrosse Club



Again just making up nonsense , which of the teams does Myers coach ? Exactly why do you think she has anything to do with this club , the name I suppose .


cavlaxclub.com




Crickets!

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Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #275225
10/27/18 04:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Serious question. Are there any other head DI lacrosse coaches (men or women) who also coach a club team or MLL team on the side? I'm not sure where Spallina finds the time to coach his 91 teams, the Lizards and also be present at recruiting events on the girls side.


Plenty of them Smith - Hofstra, Gait & Thorp - Cuse, Amonte - Northwestern, Myers - UVA , that's just off the top of my head, I'm sure there are many more. This trend is only going to continue to expand. The money they make combined with having unfiltered access to players is huge, for the aforementioned coaches their college coaching jobs are probably where they make the least amount of money




Thanks for making up nonsense.


Amonte is Wildcat Elite and Myers is Cavalier lacrosse Club



Again just making up nonsense , which of the teams does Myers coach ? Exactly why do you think she has anything to do with this club , the name I suppose .


cavlaxclub.com



Camp is open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level, and gender.
We are prohibited from offering free/reduced camp/clinic admission.
​Free and reduced admission is prohibited for recruitable aged participants.
Owned and operated by Julie Myers and Cavalier Lacrosse Inc., not The University of Virginia.

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #275227
10/27/18 04:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Serious question. Are there any other head DI lacrosse coaches (men or women) who also coach a club team or MLL team on the side? I'm not sure where Spallina finds the time to coach his 91 teams, the Lizards and also be present at recruiting events on the girls side.


Plenty of them Smith - Hofstra, Gait & Thorp - Cuse, Amonte - Northwestern, Myers - UVA , that's just off the top of my head, I'm sure there are many more. This trend is only going to continue to expand. The money they make combined with having unfiltered access to players is huge, for the aforementioned coaches their college coaching jobs are probably where they make the least amount of money




Thanks for making up nonsense.


Amonte is Wildcat Elite and Myers is Cavalier lacrosse Club



Again just making up nonsense , which of the teams does Myers coach ? Exactly why do you think she has anything to do with this club , the name I suppose .


cavlaxclub.com



CAV LAX TRAVEL TEAMS
Julie Myers is the club owner of Cav Lax--Head Coach of University of Virginia Women's Lacrosse team for the last 23 years. Julie works on player development with all teams and is excited to provide an in-town, high level lacrosse experience to our Charlottesville families. One goal of hers, as well as CavLax, is to grow with our girls--as the players get older and move into middle and high school, she wants to continue to provide a club team option for everyone.

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #275240
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completely agree that some 100% minute players at club level don't even make a UNC / Maryland roster let alone play. Look at the commitment pages of these clubs tons of girls going to Sacred Heart, Quinnipiac, Monmouth, Marist and ST Francis so they can 1, make the team, 2 actually get playing time.

And on the other point of getting better. SB players leave as better players than when they got there. In years past no names on way in and all americans and T watch players on way out


Many players at many programs leave as better players than when they went in.


If you use the senior Under Armour rosters as a proxy for this discussion, the Stonybrook side has a point. Since 2006 (13 years), 44 girls per year for a total of 572 players, Stonybrook has only had 2 players make the team (Taryn Ohlmiller 2016 and Shonly Wallace 2018). Below is each team that has had 10 or more UAAA since 2006 . Note Spallina there for 8 recruiting classes, Florida program had players starting in 2009 as their program was new and USC program is 7 years old. I am sure age of program and coaching changes impacted the totals for others as well. It also shows that some schools and coaches that get "the best players" make them into champions and others do not. I threw in JMU to show it can be done without "the best players", their 4 all graduated prior to last year's championship team. The UAAA site has all of the data, did my best to be accurate.


SCHOOL UAAA
Maryland 60
UNC 50
Virginia 47
Duke 42
Northwestern 37
Florida 33
Syracuse 33
Georgetown 33
Norte Dame 30
Princeton 22
Johns Hopkins 21
BC 19
Loyola 19
Penn State 14
Stanford 11
Harvard 11
Dartmouth 11
USC 10
Vanderbilt 10
Penn 10
James Madison 4
Stonybrook 2

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #275266
10/28/18 10:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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completely agree that some 100% minute players at club level don't even make a UNC / Maryland roster let alone play. Look at the commitment pages of these clubs tons of girls going to Sacred Heart, Quinnipiac, Monmouth, Marist and ST Francis so they can 1, make the team, 2 actually get playing time.

And on the other point of getting better. SB players leave as better players than when they got there. In years past no names on way in and all americans and T watch players on way out


Many players at many programs leave as better players than when they went in.


If you use the senior Under Armour rosters as a proxy for this discussion, the Stonybrook side has a point. Since 2006 (13 years), 44 girls per year for a total of 572 players, Stonybrook has only had 2 players make the team (Taryn Ohlmiller 2016 and Shonly Wallace 2018). Below is each team that has had 10 or more UAAA since 2006 . Note Spallina there for 8 recruiting classes, Florida program had players starting in 2009 as their program was new and USC program is 7 years old. I am sure age of program and coaching changes impacted the totals for others as well. It also shows that some schools and coaches that get "the best players" make them into champions and others do not. I threw in JMU to show it can be done without "the best players", their 4 all graduated prior to last year's championship team. The UAAA site has all of the data, did my best to be accurate.


SCHOOL UAAA
Maryland 60
UNC 50
Virginia 47
Duke 42
Northwestern 37
Florida 33
Syracuse 33
Georgetown 33
Norte Dame 30
Princeton 22
Johns Hopkins 21
BC 19
Loyola 19
Penn State 14
Stanford 11
Harvard 11
Dartmouth 11
USC 10
Vanderbilt 10
Penn 10
James Madison 4
Stonybrook 2


I think the original post was regarding the fact that many, if not all, the schools listed above had little to no interest for the HS kids recruited by SB, the one's all over every IL/UA/Nike list, etc. and yet they put a very competitive product on the field. Reality is SB has little to no chance of recruiting against those schools and never will, but they seem to be doing just fine

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #276680
11/17/18 10:13 PM
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Games today unwatchable on ESPN3. Terrible job trying to link sound, constant freezing etc. new style of play also unsatisfying, run and gun, choppy. No finesse just certain players taking tons of shots. Disappointing.

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11/18/18 02:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Games today unwatchable on ESPN3. Terrible job trying to link sound, constant freezing etc. new style of play also unsatisfying, run and gun, choppy. No finesse just certain players taking tons of shots. Disappointing.


I tried watching but gave up. No sound, hten chppy sound, I just couldn't deal with the annoyance. You'd think ESPN would have better tech than that.

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11/18/18 09:29 PM
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Games today unwatchable on ESPN3. Terrible job trying to link sound, constant freezing etc. new style of play also unsatisfying, run and gun, choppy. No finesse just certain players taking tons of shots. Disappointing.


Nobody cares but the kids parents, not even ESPN. The hype peaked about two years ago. Club and college excitement is in a down cycle

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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completely agree that some 100% minute players at club level don't even make a UNC / Maryland roster let alone play. Look at the commitment pages of these clubs tons of girls going to Sacred Heart, Quinnipiac, Monmouth, Marist and ST Francis so they can 1, make the team, 2 actually get playing time.

And on the other point of getting better. SB players leave as better players than when they got there. In years past no names on way in and all americans and T watch players on way out


Many players at many programs leave as better players than when they went in.


If you use the senior Under Armour rosters as a proxy for this discussion, the Stonybrook side has a point. Since 2006 (13 years), 44 girls per year for a total of 572 players, Stonybrook has only had 2 players make the team (Taryn Ohlmiller 2016 and Shonly Wallace 2018). Below is each team that has had 10 or more UAAA since 2006 . Note Spallina there for 8 recruiting classes, Florida program had players starting in 2009 as their program was new and USC program is 7 years old. I am sure age of program and coaching changes impacted the totals for others as well. It also shows that some schools and coaches that get "the best players" make them into champions and others do not. I threw in JMU to show it can be done without "the best players", their 4 all graduated prior to last year's championship team. The UAAA site has all of the data, did my best to be accurate.


SCHOOL UAAA
Maryland 60
UNC 50
Virginia 47
Duke 42
Northwestern 37
Florida 33
Syracuse 33
Georgetown 33
Norte Dame 30
Princeton 22
Johns Hopkins 21
BC 19
Loyola 19
Penn State 14
Stanford 11
Harvard 11
Dartmouth 11
USC 10
Vanderbilt 10
Penn 10
James Madison 4
Stonybrook 2


I think the original post was regarding the fact that many, if not all, the schools listed above had little to no interest for the HS kids recruited by SB, the one's all over every IL/UA/Nike list, etc. and yet they put a very competitive product on the field. Reality is SB has little to no chance of recruiting against those schools and never will, but they seem to be doing just fine


Because the coach knows what he is doing. The girls can play and he can coach'em. Not really a secret!

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: TM@BOTC] #277994
12/13/18 10:58 AM
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Any thoughts on the Inside Lacrosse preseason top 25 rankings? I will start by saying Navy too high ( very good coach but the team is severely lacking in talent this year); Hopkins is way too low ( they are a better team this year and many of their losses last year were very close games ; Penn State too high . I would take MD and BC vs the field at this point .

Re: 2018 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #277998
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Loyola, Syracuse, Navy, Penn State all too high

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