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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #291143 08/13/19 06:17 PM
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Love how you all detest on 91. We were and are the top program in Baltimore at the 26 level and arguably the premier all around program in the nation.


Thanks Mark ! We all were wondering who was Top club in Nation ! Thanks for clarifying that. As we say around here. " Give it to the 9th grader "

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Love how you all detest on 91. We were and are the top program in Baltimore at the 26 level and arguably the premier all around program in the nation.


quick question then. your team rarely wins a game (outside of your own tournament), why is that? i admire the blinded conviction though

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Anonymous #291157 08/14/19 05:31 AM
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WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????


Yes I did. 20 years ago when most of these coaches were probably playing their college lacrosse, the sport was very different. A community college in a heavy lacrosse area like Maryland probably had a better team than most colleges around the country. People used to come from all over to play a year or two at CCBC and then try to transfer out to bigger schools. I’ll stand by my statement.

And where did you play your college lacrosse?

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WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????



https://ccbcessexknights.com/sports/mlax/men-s_lax_history/index

He’s not really wrong.

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Anonymous #291160 08/14/19 07:14 AM
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Love how you all detest on 91. We were and are the top program in Baltimore at the 26 level and arguably the premier all around program in the nation.


Thanks Mark ! We all were wondering who was Top club in Nation ! Thanks for clarifying that. As we say around here. " Give it to the 9th grader "

Just to keep it real, Team 91MD nowhere in the top 25. Keep riding those Team 91 LI coattails, Mark! It suits you.

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Anonymous #291162 08/14/19 07:23 AM
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WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????


Yes I did. 20 years ago when most of these coaches were probably playing their college lacrosse, the sport was very different. A community college in a heavy lacrosse area like Maryland probably had a better team than most colleges around the country. People used to come from all over to play a year or two at CCBC and then try to transfer out to bigger schools. I’ll stand by my statement.

And where did you play your college lacrosse?

Community college programs in this area were top notch back in the day, think this generations post grad schools. I have quite a few friends who started at CCBC and ended their careers in professional leagues.

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Anonymous #291165 08/14/19 08:04 AM
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Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .

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Anonymous #291172 08/14/19 09:08 AM
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WOW, did this guy really reference a community college as being stacked??? Now that hilarious.....Bet you'll say academically it's the same as Yale too????


Yes I did. 20 years ago when most of these coaches were probably playing their college lacrosse, the sport was very different. A community college in a heavy lacrosse area like Maryland probably had a better team than most colleges around the country. People used to come from all over to play a year or two at CCBC and then try to transfer out to bigger schools. I’ll stand by my statement.

And where did you play your college lacrosse?

Community college programs in this area were top notch back in the day, think this generations post grad schools. I have quite a few friends who started at CCBC and ended their careers in professional leagues.


This isnt wrong. Club teams and recruiting wasnt nearly what it is nowadays obviously so kids often got overlooked. A year at CC often helped kids move on to bigger and better things.

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Anonymous #291191 08/14/19 11:29 AM
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Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .


Don’t let Hawks dad get your panties in a bunch. Just ignore him. His kid probably rides the bench anyway, but hey, at least he is on the 42-0 team, right?

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Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .


no dog in this fight but your comments tweaked my curiosity. did you play d3 or cc ball & for who? or was hs ball the last stop? give us some insight into your rec coaching genius so we can demand the same of our coaches here in LI. guessing you are from jersey or eastern short?

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Anonymous #291211 08/14/19 01:33 PM
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Your son better be the best player on his team for the s you talk , you are clueless about the sport . Where a person played in college has nothing to do with there coaching level , a great player doesnt equal a great coach. According to you every team stinks except the hawks , so why are you so worried about what team are doing .


no dog in this fight but your comments tweaked my curiosity. did you play d3 or cc ball & for who? or was hs ball the last stop? give us some insight into your rec coaching genius so we can demand the same of our coaches here in LI. guessing you are from jersey or eastern short?


Unlike you guys, I would like to extend a heartfelt welcome to you NY parents down here on our MD forum.

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I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport

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I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport

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I completely agree that:

-Elite players typically do not become great coaches

-Great coaches typically were not elite players

I feel that this is true for every sport


What about Petro of Hopkins

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Anonymous #291236 08/14/19 07:28 PM
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91 will give Hawks all they can handle this year. Added big lefty attack and a couple of kids from TX.

Big lefty attack? You sure about that, dad?


From Texas??? Please tell me they did not love here for Team 91 MD

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