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Re: 2019-2020 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
TheBackOfTheCage #295197 10/25/19 10:48 AM
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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.

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Re: 2019-2020 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.


Wow. You must be the best stay at home dad out there watching game film instead of getting a job. Big lost.

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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.


I have never watched a Top Tier Club game live but the other night I did Watch one on youtube. You can not judge speed, pace of play, size, strength, aggressiveness, physicality etc... by watching film. The perspective changes depending on ones vantage point. Watching from the sideline is different from watching up in the stands and watching on TV / Computer is different than watching live. Where the camera is positioned affects how the game looks and a gam produced by ESPN in a legit stadium looks completely different from a game produced by a lesser quality outfit at a small school with bleachers. That said, The Top Club Teams could not compete with any DI programs or the Top Tier DII and DIII programs. The Top Tier Club programs could certainly compete with many DII and DIII programs and would beat 99% of all HS Teams.

here are highlights of 2017 BYU vs Utah... two years before the Utes went Varsity so probably few if any of their DI recruits.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiDk_6N-7flAhVmTd8KHUvkDk8QtwIINzAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dhpx8IzKNfhM&usg=AOvVaw30mkC7X1AEojwvLBqSgEOe

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Anonymous #295300 10/27/19 08:10 AM
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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.


Wow. You must be the best stay at home dad out there watching game film instead of getting a job. Big lost.


Seriously dude? So a guy who watches a club game on YouTube doesn’t have a job? Did you fall off your bike and bang your head.? Clown is the only way to describe you. Wow, just wow.

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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.


I have never watched a Top Tier Club game live but the other night I did Watch one on youtube. You can not judge speed, pace of play, size, strength, aggressiveness, physicality etc... by watching film. The perspective changes depending on ones vantage point. Watching from the sideline is different from watching up in the stands and watching on TV / Computer is different than watching live. Where the camera is positioned affects how the game looks and a gam produced by ESPN in a legit stadium looks completely different from a game produced by a lesser quality outfit at a small school with bleachers. That said, The Top Club Teams could not compete with any DI programs or the Top Tier DII and DIII programs. The Top Tier Club programs could certainly compete with many DII and DIII programs and would beat 99% of all HS Teams.

here are highlights of 2017 BYU vs Utah... two years before the Utes went Varsity so probably few if any of their DI recruits.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiDk_6N-7flAhVmTd8KHUvkDk8QtwIINzAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dhpx8IzKNfhM&usg=AOvVaw30mkC7X1AEojwvLBqSgEOe

The top club teams, cannot compete with any NCAA programs.

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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.


I have never watched a Top Tier Club game live but the other night I did Watch one on youtube. You can not judge speed, pace of play, size, strength, aggressiveness, physicality etc... by watching film. The perspective changes depending on ones vantage point. Watching from the sideline is different from watching up in the stands and watching on TV / Computer is different than watching live. Where the camera is positioned affects how the game looks and a gam produced by ESPN in a legit stadium looks completely different from a game produced by a lesser quality outfit at a small school with bleachers. That said, The Top Club Teams could not compete with any DI programs or the Top Tier DII and DIII programs. The Top Tier Club programs could certainly compete with many DII and DIII programs and would beat 99% of all HS Teams.

here are highlights of 2017 BYU vs Utah... two years before the Utes went Varsity so probably few if any of their DI recruits.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiDk_6N-7flAhVmTd8KHUvkDk8QtwIINzAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dhpx8IzKNfhM&usg=AOvVaw30mkC7X1AEojwvLBqSgEOe

The top club teams, cannot compete with any NCAA programs.


Ignorant statement.

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Anonymous #295494 10/29/19 05:21 AM
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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.


I have never watched a Top Tier Club game live but the other night I did Watch one on youtube. You can not judge speed, pace of play, size, strength, aggressiveness, physicality etc... by watching film. The perspective changes depending on ones vantage point. Watching from the sideline is different from watching up in the stands and watching on TV / Computer is different than watching live. Where the camera is positioned affects how the game looks and a gam produced by ESPN in a legit stadium looks completely different from a game produced by a lesser quality outfit at a small school with bleachers. That said, The Top Club Teams could not compete with any DI programs or the Top Tier DII and DIII programs. The Top Tier Club programs could certainly compete with many DII and DIII programs and would beat 99% of all HS Teams.

here are highlights of 2017 BYU vs Utah... two years before the Utes went Varsity so probably few if any of their DI recruits.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiDk_6N-7flAhVmTd8KHUvkDk8QtwIINzAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dhpx8IzKNfhM&usg=AOvVaw30mkC7X1AEojwvLBqSgEOe

The top club teams, cannot compete with any NCAA programs.


Ignorant statement.


Coming from a guy who never watched club lacrosse. But sure. Whatever you say lacrosse guru.

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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.


I have never watched a Top Tier Club game live but the other night I did Watch one on youtube. You can not judge speed, pace of play, size, strength, aggressiveness, physicality etc... by watching film. The perspective changes depending on ones vantage point. Watching from the sideline is different from watching up in the stands and watching on TV / Computer is different than watching live. Where the camera is positioned affects how the game looks and a gam produced by ESPN in a legit stadium looks completely different from a game produced by a lesser quality outfit at a small school with bleachers. That said, The Top Club Teams could not compete with any DI programs or the Top Tier DII and DIII programs. The Top Tier Club programs could certainly compete with many DII and DIII programs and would beat 99% of all HS Teams.

here are highlights of 2017 BYU vs Utah... two years before the Utes went Varsity so probably few if any of their DI recruits.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiDk_6N-7flAhVmTd8KHUvkDk8QtwIINzAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dhpx8IzKNfhM&usg=AOvVaw30mkC7X1AEojwvLBqSgEOe

The top club teams, cannot compete with any NCAA programs.


Ignorant statement.


Coming from a guy who never watched club lacrosse. But sure. Whatever you say lacrosse guru.


Just to change it up. The recent incident at St. Johns may have been the cause for a decommit by a 2021.

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Anonymous #295506 10/29/19 08:51 AM
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Watch YouTube, the proof is right there for you. if you think Club Lacrosse is on par with any NCAA D-1 through D-3 you know very little about the sport. The play is slow and unpolished. It looks like a lower-tier HS game.


I have never watched a Top Tier Club game live but the other night I did Watch one on youtube. You can not judge speed, pace of play, size, strength, aggressiveness, physicality etc... by watching film. The perspective changes depending on ones vantage point. Watching from the sideline is different from watching up in the stands and watching on TV / Computer is different than watching live. Where the camera is positioned affects how the game looks and a gam produced by ESPN in a legit stadium looks completely different from a game produced by a lesser quality outfit at a small school with bleachers. That said, The Top Club Teams could not compete with any DI programs or the Top Tier DII and DIII programs. The Top Tier Club programs could certainly compete with many DII and DIII programs and would beat 99% of all HS Teams.

here are highlights of 2017 BYU vs Utah... two years before the Utes went Varsity so probably few if any of their DI recruits.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=video&cd=4&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiDk_6N-7flAhVmTd8KHUvkDk8QtwIINzAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Dhpx8IzKNfhM&usg=AOvVaw30mkC7X1AEojwvLBqSgEOe

The top club teams, cannot compete with any NCAA programs.


Ignorant statement.


Coming from a guy who never watched club lacrosse. But sure. Whatever you say lacrosse guru.


Just to change it up. The recent incident at St. Johns may have been the cause for a decommit by a 2021.


Nobody goes to St John's to play lacrosse. It's a dead end.

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Re: 2019-2020 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
TheBackOfTheCage #295689 10/31/19 10:37 AM
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To the prior poster, lacrosse is a dead end at every single NCAA institution out there. There is nothing after graduation. So not sure what that even means.

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Anonymous #295718 10/31/19 07:31 PM
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To the prior poster, lacrosse is a dead end at every single NCAA institution out there. There is nothing after graduation. So not sure what that even means.


Obviously the poster is a J@&# MeanyArrogant P!#&%.

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TheBackOfTheCage #299075 02/10/20 06:24 PM
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Tough loss for St John's this weekend but it's nice to have College Lacrosse back!

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Re: 2019-2020 Men's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
TheBackOfTheCage #299083 02/11/20 12:47 AM
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Last season I went to Towson to watch them play a home game that was actually played at a neutral sight down south. There werecclub games going on at Burdick Field. Since I was there I decided to stay and watch it. From what I saw it was no where near close to the the D1 or solid D3 lacrosse I typically take my son to see during the season (games played in Maryland - Terps, Navy, Salisbury, Hounds, Hopkins, Tsu). From the two games I watch the players were either under sized or slower. Also stick skills appeared pretty sloppy.


In no way am I trying to diminish the value it brings to those who decide it provides the right atmosphere and life balance for their college experience. I have known many folks that played different intercollegiate sports. To play at that level you must love it as it is a serious life style commitment. This being said I believe, based upon what I viewed last year, equating club play to any leave of intercollegiate play is a bit farcical.

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