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Re: 2018-2019 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #283325
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Not looking to get bashed but it looks like there is some good women's lacrosse being played on the college level on Long Island. Stony Brook has showed they are a top 20 team with some big wins this week against Johns Hopkins and USC. Hofstra looks like they are improving with a very young team dropping a 2OT game to James Madison. Adelphi, CW Post and NYIT are all solid D2 programs with Adelphi in the hunt for a title.

Most of the girls on these teams are from LI and many were not considered the top girls in HS. Great to see this talent, good luck to all the rest of the way


Agree. SBU is very good, Hofstra is good as well . SBU will knock somebody off in the NCAA Tournament. Does Hofstra have a shot at the tournament if they do not win their conference? Hofstra currently has an RPI of 18 not sure if that will hold. They need to win remaining regular season games and at least make their tourney finals. Towson will be a challenge. Towson can not be judged by their record, they have played a very difficult schedule. Predicting Hofstra by 2 smile


That was a tough loss for Hofstra and a very good win for SBU. Hope Hofstra can beat Towson and make some noise in CAA tournament. Great for LI Lacrosse to have College programs do well! Having both SBU and Hofstra "dancing " in May would be great!!!!

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Not looking to get bashed but it looks like there is some good women's lacrosse being played on the college level on Long Island. Stony Brook has showed they are a top 20 team with some big wins this week against Johns Hopkins and USC. Hofstra looks like they are improving with a very young team dropping a 2OT game to James Madison. Adelphi, CW Post and NYIT are all solid D2 programs with Adelphi in the hunt for a title.

Most of the girls on these teams are from LI and many were not considered the top girls in HS. Great to see this talent, good luck to all the rest of the way


Agree. SBU is very good, Hofstra is good as well . SBU will knock somebody off in the NCAA Tournament. Does Hofstra have a shot at the tournament if they do not win their conference? Hofstra currently has an RPI of 18 not sure if that will hold. They need to win remaining regular season games and at least make their tourney finals. Towson will be a challenge. Towson can not be judged by their record, they have played a very difficult schedule. Predicting Hofstra by 2 smile


That was a tough loss for Hofstra and a very good win for SBU. Hope Hofstra can beat Towson and make some noise in CAA tournament. Great for LI Lacrosse to have College programs do well! Having both SBU and Hofstra "dancing " in May would be great!!!!


Strong Island ! : ) Go Stony Brook , Go Hofstra!

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Did I miss something. Didn't Stony Brook just beat USC?
Why are they ranked lower today the game was yesterday.


Body of work. Dartmouth just beat Penn but Penn has a better body of work. Princeton just beat Loyola and they have a similar body of work so go figure...

Michigan and JMU are not top 10 teams. Dartmouth is Top 15 maybe higher. Florida too low, they could make the final four. Navy and Denver are a little high. Stony Brook could surprise come tournament time.

Good luck to all.

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Did I miss something. Didn't Stony Brook just beat USC?
Why are they ranked lower today the game was yesterday.


Body of work. Dartmouth just beat Penn but Penn has a better body of work. Princeton just beat Loyola and they have a similar body of work so go figure...

Michigan and JMU are not top 10 teams. Dartmouth is Top 15 maybe higher. Florida too low, they could make the final four. Navy and Denver are a little high. Stony Brook could surprise come tournament time.

Good luck to all.


Unfortunately there are many factors that go into the rankings. What teams did you beat and then what teams did they beat (or lose to).

Stony Brook beat USC and Hopkins but lost to Denver (while SBU was ranked higher) lost to Princeton (not a terrible loss until Princeton lost to Brown) lost to unranked Stanford and lost to similarly ranked UF. Not the best resume. Especially the loss to Stanford and the weak conference schedule they play.

USC has lost to BC (so has everyone else). USC beat Stanford twice (SBU lost to them). USC split w Colorado (SBU).

Princeton loss to Brown really hurts them. Loyola loss to Hopkins hurts them. Dartmouth win over Penn is big for Dartmouth but also helps Michigan because Michigan beat them. Michigan beat Colorado and Denver (See above USC and SBU who have losses against those teams). Beat Hopkins (who beat Loyola). Plus they have wins against Penn State and Towson (who were ranked when they played.). Their only loss is to #2 Maryland (who has beaten everyone) and they play Northwestern on Thu. A win would be big, but a loss to the #6 team won't hurt them.

JMU has losses to UNC, UVA and MD. Wins vs VATech (#14 at the time) And Penn State (#19 at the time). Plus they beat High Point (who has beaten Hopkins).

Definitely tough to figure out the polls but this year, Duke and VATech are down. (Duke isn't a #13 team). Terrible non-conference plus zero quality wins). VATech has only beaten Denver (maybe UVA this Saturday). None of the polls can justify moving Navy up, UF up, USC up, IVies are up and down.

Selection Sunday should be fun!

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Did I miss something. Didn't Stony Brook just beat USC?
Why are they ranked lower today the game was yesterday.


Body of work. Dartmouth just beat Penn but Penn has a better body of work. Princeton just beat Loyola and they have a similar body of work so go figure...

Michigan and JMU are not top 10 teams. Dartmouth is Top 15 maybe higher. Florida too low, they could make the final four. Navy and Denver are a little high. Stony Brook could surprise come tournament time.

Good luck to all.


Unfortunately there are many factors that go into the rankings. What teams did you beat and then what teams did they beat (or lose to).

Stony Brook beat USC and Hopkins but lost to Denver (while SBU was ranked higher) lost to Princeton (not a terrible loss until Princeton lost to Brown) lost to unranked Stanford and lost to similarly ranked UF. Not the best resume. Especially the loss to Stanford and the weak conference schedule they play.

USC has lost to BC (so has everyone else). USC beat Stanford twice (SBU lost to them). USC split w Colorado (SBU).

Princeton loss to Brown really hurts them. Loyola loss to Hopkins hurts them. Dartmouth win over Penn is big for Dartmouth but also helps Michigan because Michigan beat them. Michigan beat Colorado and Denver (See above USC and SBU who have losses against those teams). Beat Hopkins (who beat Loyola). Plus they have wins against Penn State and Towson (who were ranked when they played.). Their only loss is to #2 Maryland (who has beaten everyone) and they play Northwestern on Thu. A win would be big, but a loss to the #6 team won't hurt them.

JMU has losses to UNC, UVA and MD. Wins vs VATech (#14 at the time) And Penn State (#19 at the time). Plus they beat High Point (who has beaten Hopkins).

Definitely tough to figure out the polls but this year, Duke and VATech are down. (Duke isn't a #13 team). Terrible non-conference plus zero quality wins). VATech has only beaten Denver (maybe UVA this Saturday). None of the polls can justify moving Navy up, UF up, USC up, IVies are up and down.

Selection Sunday should be fun!



Complete gibberish.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Did I miss something. Didn't Stony Brook just beat USC?
Why are they ranked lower today the game was yesterday.


You might be looking at different polls - the one above from Baldbear shows they moved from 20 up to 17 this week.

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Did I miss something. Didn't Stony Brook just beat USC?
Why are they ranked lower today the game was yesterday.


Body of work. Dartmouth just beat Penn but Penn has a better body of work. Princeton just beat Loyola and they have a similar body of work so go figure...

Michigan and JMU are not top 10 teams. Dartmouth is Top 15 maybe higher. Florida too low, they could make the final four. Navy and Denver are a little high. Stony Brook could surprise come tournament time.

Good luck to all.


Unfortunately there are many factors that go into the rankings. What teams did you beat and then what teams did they beat (or lose to).

Stony Brook beat USC and Hopkins but lost to Denver (while SBU was ranked higher) lost to Princeton (not a terrible loss until Princeton lost to Brown) lost to unranked Stanford and lost to similarly ranked UF. Not the best resume. Especially the loss to Stanford and the weak conference schedule they play.

USC has lost to BC (so has everyone else). USC beat Stanford twice (SBU lost to them). USC split w Colorado (SBU).

Princeton loss to Brown really hurts them. Loyola loss to Hopkins hurts them. Dartmouth win over Penn is big for Dartmouth but also helps Michigan because Michigan beat them. Michigan beat Colorado and Denver (See above USC and SBU who have losses against those teams). Beat Hopkins (who beat Loyola). Plus they have wins against Penn State and Towson (who were ranked when they played.). Their only loss is to #2 Maryland (who has beaten everyone) and they play Northwestern on Thu. A win would be big, but a loss to the #6 team won't hurt them.

JMU has losses to UNC, UVA and MD. Wins vs VATech (#14 at the time) And Penn State (#19 at the time). Plus they beat High Point (who has beaten Hopkins).

Definitely tough to figure out the polls but this year, Duke and VATech are down. (Duke isn't a #13 team). Terrible non-conference plus zero quality wins). VATech has only beaten Denver (maybe UVA this Saturday). None of the polls can justify moving Navy up, UF up, USC up, IVies are up and down.

Selection Sunday should be fun!



Complete gibberish.


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Re: 2018-2019 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season [Re: Anonymous] #283430
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What is going on in Syracuse? I thought they had a shot at winning it all but after watching last night I'm not sure they will win another game (ACC Tournament or first round NCAA Tournament). Their Draw was a disaster, they are slow through the midfield, their defense looked weak and overall they did not look very athletic. They are very skilled offensively (almost too slick). They do not re-defend very well at all (not fast or athletic). Their goalie is good although had a few bad breaks last night with deflected shots etc... Watching the game, I never thought they would lose but they just did not look good. That said, if they can find a way to gain more possessions they might have a chance because I do think they can score. Lets hope last night was a bad dream with a number of pipes and the Cornell goalie making a few very good saves. Cuse will most likely be the 4 seed in the ACC Tourney and will play Virginia. Can't see them beating Virgina with the type of performance they put on last night.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Did I miss something. Didn't Stony Brook just beat USC?
Why are they ranked lower today the game was yesterday.


Body of work. Dartmouth just beat Penn but Penn has a better body of work. Princeton just beat Loyola and they have a similar body of work so go figure...

Michigan and JMU are not top 10 teams. Dartmouth is Top 15 maybe higher. Florida too low, they could make the final four. Navy and Denver are a little high. Stony Brook could surprise come tournament time.

Good luck to all.


Unfortunately there are many factors that go into the rankings. What teams did you beat and then what teams did they beat (or lose to).

Stony Brook beat USC and Hopkins but lost to Denver (while SBU was ranked higher) lost to Princeton (not a terrible loss until Princeton lost to Brown) lost to unranked Stanford and lost to similarly ranked UF. Not the best resume. Especially the loss to Stanford and the weak conference schedule they play.

USC has lost to BC (so has everyone else). USC beat Stanford twice (SBU lost to them). USC split w Colorado (SBU).

Princeton loss to Brown really hurts them. Loyola loss to Hopkins hurts them. Dartmouth win over Penn is big for Dartmouth but also helps Michigan because Michigan beat them. Michigan beat Colorado and Denver (See above USC and SBU who have losses against those teams). Beat Hopkins (who beat Loyola). Plus they have wins against Penn State and Towson (who were ranked when they played.). Their only loss is to #2 Maryland (who has beaten everyone) and they play Northwestern on Thu. A win would be big, but a loss to the #6 team won't hurt them.

JMU has losses to UNC, UVA and MD. Wins vs VATech (#14 at the time) And Penn State (#19 at the time). Plus they beat High Point (who has beaten Hopkins).

Definitely tough to figure out the polls but this year, Duke and VATech are down. (Duke isn't a #13 team). Terrible non-conference plus zero quality wins). VATech has only beaten Denver (maybe UVA this Saturday). None of the polls can justify moving Navy up, UF up, USC up, IVies are up and down.

Selection Sunday should be fun!



Complete gibberish.


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Read article in US Lacrosse Magazine.... above post not gibberish. RPI (what gets teams into NCAA tournament via "at large bids" ) takes into account what above post tries to explain.

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What is going on in Syracuse? I thought they had a shot at winning it all but after watching last night I'm not sure they will win another game (ACC Tournament or first round NCAA Tournament). Their Draw was a disaster, they are slow through the midfield, their defense looked weak and overall they did not look very athletic. They are very skilled offensively (almost too slick). They do not re-defend very well at all (not fast or athletic). Their goalie is good although had a few bad breaks last night with deflected shots etc... Watching the game, I never thought they would lose but they just did not look good. That said, if they can find a way to gain more possessions they might have a chance because I do think they can score. Lets hope last night was a bad dream with a number of pipes and the Cornell goalie making a few very good saves. Cuse will most likely be the 4 seed in the ACC Tourney and will play Virginia. Can't see them beating Virgina with the type of performance they put on last night.


That was a great game. Cornell had an answer for SU zone D. They were quick and athletic all over the field. Their goalie played well. SU has some issues!

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What is going on in Syracuse? I thought they had a shot at winning it all but after watching last night I'm not sure they will win another game (ACC Tournament or first round NCAA Tournament). Their Draw was a disaster, they are slow through the midfield, their defense looked weak and overall they did not look very athletic. They are very skilled offensively (almost too slick). They do not re-defend very well at all (not fast or athletic). Their goalie is good although had a few bad breaks last night with deflected shots etc... Watching the game, I never thought they would lose but they just did not look good. That said, if they can find a way to gain more possessions they might have a chance because I do think they can score. Lets hope last night was a bad dream with a number of pipes and the Cornell goalie making a few very good saves. Cuse will most likely be the 4 seed in the ACC Tourney and will play Virginia. Can't see them beating Virgina with the type of performance they put on last night.



They are just not a very athletic team on either side of the field. It cannot be the easiest to get to level recruits especially from outside of NY wanting to go to Cuse anymore.

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Did I miss something. Didn't Stony Brook just beat USC?
Why are they ranked lower today the game was yesterday.


Body of work. Dartmouth just beat Penn but Penn has a better body of work. Princeton just beat Loyola and they have a similar body of work so go figure...

Michigan and JMU are not top 10 teams. Dartmouth is Top 15 maybe higher. Florida too low, they could make the final four. Navy and Denver are a little high. Stony Brook could surprise come tournament time.

Good luck to all.


Unfortunately there are many factors that go into the rankings. What teams did you beat and then what teams did they beat (or lose to).

Stony Brook beat USC and Hopkins but lost to Denver (while SBU was ranked higher) lost to Princeton (not a terrible loss until Princeton lost to Brown) lost to unranked Stanford and lost to similarly ranked UF. Not the best resume. Especially the loss to Stanford and the weak conference schedule they play.

USC has lost to BC (so has everyone else). USC beat Stanford twice (SBU lost to them). USC split w Colorado (SBU).

Princeton loss to Brown really hurts them. Loyola loss to Hopkins hurts them. Dartmouth win over Penn is big for Dartmouth but also helps Michigan because Michigan beat them. Michigan beat Colorado and Denver (See above USC and SBU who have losses against those teams). Beat Hopkins (who beat Loyola). Plus they have wins against Penn State and Towson (who were ranked when they played.). Their only loss is to #2 Maryland (who has beaten everyone) and they play Northwestern on Thu. A win would be big, but a loss to the #6 team won't hurt them.

JMU has losses to UNC, UVA and MD. Wins vs VATech (#14 at the time) And Penn State (#19 at the time). Plus they beat High Point (who has beaten Hopkins).

Definitely tough to figure out the polls but this year, Duke and VATech are down. (Duke isn't a #13 team). Terrible non-conference plus zero quality wins). VATech has only beaten Denver (maybe UVA this Saturday). None of the polls can justify moving Navy up, UF up, USC up, IVies are up and down.

Selection Sunday should be fun!



Complete gibberish.


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Read article in US Lacrosse Magazine.... above post not gibberish. RPI (what gets teams into NCAA tournament via "at large bids" ) takes into account what above post tries to explain.


All college tournaments are about location

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What is going on in Syracuse? I thought they had a shot at winning it all but after watching last night I'm not sure they will win another game (ACC Tournament or first round NCAA Tournament). Their Draw was a disaster, they are slow through the midfield, their defense looked weak and overall they did not look very athletic. They are very skilled offensively (almost too slick). They do not re-defend very well at all (not fast or athletic). Their goalie is good although had a few bad breaks last night with deflected shots etc... Watching the game, I never thought they would lose but they just did not look good. That said, if they can find a way to gain more possessions they might have a chance because I do think they can score. Lets hope last night was a bad dream with a number of pipes and the Cornell goalie making a few very good saves. Cuse will most likely be the 4 seed in the ACC Tourney and will play Virginia. Can't see them beating Virgina with the type of performance they put on last night.


That was a great game. Cornell had an answer for SU zone D. They were quick and athletic all over the field. Their goalie played well. SU has some issues!


Great game? Syracuse looked slow and they lacked energy. "Cornell had an answer for SU zone D". Did they? Did I miss something? Didn't Syracuse win the game? What was the answer? Who was "quick and athletic all over the field"? Did you watch the game? If you are referring to the Cornell goalie I would agree. I am not sure if there are any "issues" at Syracuse but if the past two game are an accurate reflection of the teams overall strength / ability they are done. Was Syracuse looking past Cornell? If Syracuse doesn't win their first round ACC game they will not be a Top 8 seed for the NCAA Tournament. Could be an early exit this year. Very surprised by their poor performance. On a positive note... I think their settled offense is very good.

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Will there be any surprises in the tourney this year?

Michigan has to be considered a bit of a surprise. Anyone else?

Will the ACC will have 5... Boston College, Notre Dame, Virginia, Syracuse, Duke? I think 5 unless there are some upsets .

How about Big Ten... 4? Maryland, Northwestern, Michigan, Hopkins?

Ivy looks to have 3. Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn unless there is an upset in Ivy tournament.

Patriot 2. Loyola and Navy.

Pac 12? 1 or 2? USC , Stanford.

CAA? 1 or 2??

Who can play spoiler? Who has the best chance at upsetting a favorite?

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What is going on in Syracuse? I thought they had a shot at winning it all but after watching last night I'm not sure they will win another game (ACC Tournament or first round NCAA Tournament). Their Draw was a disaster, they are slow through the midfield, their defense looked weak and overall they did not look very athletic. They are very skilled offensively (almost too slick). They do not re-defend very well at all (not fast or athletic). Their goalie is good although had a few bad breaks last night with deflected shots etc... Watching the game, I never thought they would lose but they just did not look good. That said, if they can find a way to gain more possessions they might have a chance because I do think they can score. Lets hope last night was a bad dream with a number of pipes and the Cornell goalie making a few very good saves. Cuse will most likely be the 4 seed in the ACC Tourney and will play Virginia. Can't see them beating Virgina with the type of performance they put on last night.


That was a great game. Cornell had an answer for SU zone D. They were quick and athletic all over the field. Their goalie played well. SU has some issues!


Great game? Syracuse looked slow and they lacked energy. "Cornell had an answer for SU zone D". Did they? Did I miss something? Didn't Syracuse win the game? What was the answer? Who was "quick and athletic all over the field"? Did you watch the game? If you are referring to the Cornell goalie I would agree. I am not sure if there are any "issues" at Syracuse but if the past two game are an accurate reflection of the teams overall strength / ability they are done. Was Syracuse looking past Cornell? If Syracuse doesn't win their first round ACC game they will not be a Top 8 seed for the NCAA Tournament. Could be an early exit this year. Very surprised by their poor performance. On a positive note... I think their settled offense is very good.


I watched the game. Cornell continually had a player open inside 8. Usually a second cutter from around crease or following from elbow. Didn't take full advantage but That blueprint will hurt SU when they play a veteran team ((UNC, UVA, BC in ACC tournament). SU got beat on Draw. Usually because girls around circle for Cornell were quicker to balls on the turf. Cornell goalie was excellent.

SU did hit a bunch of pipes.... overall a nice showing by Cornell. Yes they lost but SU wants to tout itself as a Final Four contender? Not from what I saw against an unranked, young Cornell team or against UNC the week before.....

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