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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #301681
04/29/20 04:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
same, arent really sure if we should be asking any questions or just wait and see.



Send a note if you need to, but dont be a nudge..

I shouldnt have to day this but it should be from the player.. not the parent.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #301683
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
same, arent really sure if we should be asking any questions or just wait and see.



Send a note if you need to, but dont be a nudge..

I shouldnt have to day this but it should be from the player.. not the parent.


At this point it's best to wait and let the dust settle. Each school and athletic department are handling things differently. The coaches are still trying to figure out what's going to happen with their current rosters. A text or email to say "hi" is fine, but the 2021s aren't the priority right now. They'll reach out to everyone in due time.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #301690
04/30/20 09:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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same, arent really sure if we should be asking any questions or just wait and see.



Send a note if you need to, but dont be a nudge..

I shouldnt have to day this but it should be from the player.. not the parent.


At this point it's best to wait and let the dust settle. Each school and athletic department are handling things differently. The coaches are still trying to figure out what's going to happen with their current rosters. A text or email to say "hi" is fine, but the 2021s aren't the priority right now. They'll reach out to everyone in due time.


The coaches are more concerned with the appeals that nearly ever single college athletic department has sent in to the NCAA, looking to cut the number of headcount sports so they can cut the budget. Football and basketball are obviously safe. If NCAA allows this, women’s lacrosse is not safe at all. Without a doubt, this is a valid consideration that the NCAA may definitely consider. Drastic measures will be coming down the pipes, government, economic, businesses, schools etc.... certain sports may survive this, other likely will not. That’s what the coaches of these sports are worrying about.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #301695
04/30/20 12:45 PM
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Look into women’s BB, UConn women’s hoops lost over 3m last year and they have been top program and have loyal following.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #301696
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Some 21s will be in trouble. Kids at MAAC and Patriot league schools and coached emailed daughter and said few kids looking to transfer to Patriot school. Coach said existing kids might have to tryout and scholarship money may be altered.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #301699
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Look into women’s BB, UConn women’s hoops lost over 3m last year and they have been top program and have loyal following.


Geno makes $2.5MM per year . Throw in his assistants and there is probably another $500,000. It's time for these athletics departments to start renegotiating some contracts.

Tough to hear for some but while IX was well intended it has been a major financial drain.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #301701
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Committed 21's, are you hearing anything from your college coaches about relief with regard to standardized testing?

It is all up in the air, and will be dependent on what the individual admissions departments do in regards to new policies for regular admissions, the colleges will have some big decisions to make at institutional levels and it will trickle down to athletics admissions after that. If your daughter is committed have her discuss this with her coach (most coaches have been contacting their commits in the last month or so during this crisis). If she isn't committed look into the regular admission policy changes at the schools she is interested in, and use that to guide you. Best of luck!


Just curious if anyone has had their daughter's coach contact them yet with specific information regarding their scholarship offer or status. My daughter is committed to a D1 school, but other than a "hope you're staying safe" text, we've heard nothing concrete and aren't really sure if we are supposed to.

My daughter got a call from her coach and had a lengthy conversation. The coach has expressed some concern because the PAC-10 is discussing adopting a policy that will likely hurt several programs in the conference including hers and possibly put them on the chopping block. She also said she has seen many of the seniors with the extra year, seek transfers, and almost all are looking to transfer out of the conference based on this situation. I have seen one big name PAC 10 player transfer to a "safe" team.

The coach told her if nothing changes the offer remains, but she also told her that she should make sure she is registered and going to recruiting tournaments with her travel team just in case.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #301719
05/01/20 08:32 AM
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Wow re: PAC-10 parent. Very uncertain times. Committed 21 ACC has had frequent generic friendly personal texts from coaches re: recent grades but nothing concrete regarding program or individual status.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #301736
05/01/20 01:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Committed 21's, are you hearing anything from your college coaches about relief with regard to standardized testing?

It is all up in the air, and will be dependent on what the individual admissions departments do in regards to new policies for regular admissions, the colleges will have some big decisions to make at institutional levels and it will trickle down to athletics admissions after that. If your daughter is committed have her discuss this with her coach (most coaches have been contacting their commits in the last month or so during this crisis). If she isn't committed look into the regular admission policy changes at the schools she is interested in, and use that to guide you. Best of luck!


Just curious if anyone has had their daughter's coach contact them yet with specific information regarding their scholarship offer or status. My daughter is committed to a D1 school, but other than a "hope you're staying safe" text, we've heard nothing concrete and aren't really sure if we are supposed to.

My daughter got a call from her coach and had a lengthy conversation. The coach has expressed some concern because the PAC-10 is discussing adopting a policy that will likely hurt several programs in the conference including hers and possibly put them on the chopping block. She also said she has seen many of the seniors with the extra year, seek transfers, and almost all are looking to transfer out of the conference based on this situation. I have seen one big name PAC 10 player transfer to a "safe" team.

The coach told her if nothing changes the offer remains, but she also told her that she should make sure she is registered and going to recruiting tournaments with her travel team just in case.


Uhhh...what recruiting tournaments? My guess is that's not happening this summer. June tourneys already rescheduled for August, might get dumped outright. Vail tournament cancelled. Lots of colleges cancelling all summer camps.

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #301762
05/03/20 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Committed 21's, are you hearing anything from your college coaches about relief with regard to standardized testing?

It is all up in the air, and will be dependent on what the individual admissions departments do in regards to new policies for regular admissions, the colleges will have some big decisions to make at institutional levels and it will trickle down to athletics admissions after that. If your daughter is committed have her discuss this with her coach (most coaches have been contacting their commits in the last month or so during this crisis). If she isn't committed look into the regular admission policy changes at the schools she is interested in, and use that to guide you. Best of luck!


Just curious if anyone has had their daughter's coach contact them yet with specific information regarding their scholarship offer or status. My daughter is committed to a D1 school, but other than a "hope you're staying safe" text, we've heard nothing concrete and aren't really sure if we are supposed to.

My daughter got a call from her coach and had a lengthy conversation. The coach has expressed some concern because the PAC-10 is discussing adopting a policy that will likely hurt several programs in the conference including hers and possibly put them on the chopping block. She also said she has seen many of the seniors with the extra year, seek transfers, and almost all are looking to transfer out of the conference based on this situation. I have seen one big name PAC 10 player transfer to a "safe" team.

The coach told her if nothing changes the offer remains, but she also told her that she should make sure she is registered and going to recruiting tournaments with her travel team just in case.

What is the PAC 10??? If your daughter was committed you would know it’s PAC 12! Stirring garbage!

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #302253
05/23/20 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Committed 21's, are you hearing anything from your college coaches about relief with regard to standardized testing?

It is all up in the air, and will be dependent on what the individual admissions departments do in regards to new policies for regular admissions, the colleges will have some big decisions to make at institutional levels and it will trickle down to athletics admissions after that. If your daughter is committed have her discuss this with her coach (most coaches have been contacting their commits in the last month or so during this crisis). If she isn't committed look into the regular admission policy changes at the schools she is interested in, and use that to guide you. Best of luck!


Just curious if anyone has had their daughter's coach contact them yet with specific information regarding their scholarship offer or status. My daughter is committed to a D1 school, but other than a "hope you're staying safe" text, we've heard nothing concrete and aren't really sure if we are supposed to.

My daughter got a call from her coach and had a lengthy conversation. The coach has expressed some concern because the PAC-10 is discussing adopting a policy that will likely hurt several programs in the conference including hers and possibly put them on the chopping block. She also said she has seen many of the seniors with the extra year, seek transfers, and almost all are looking to transfer out of the conference based on this situation. I have seen one big name PAC 10 player transfer to a "safe" team.

The coach told her if nothing changes the offer remains, but she also told her that she should make sure she is registered and going to recruiting tournaments with her travel team just in case.

What is the PAC 10??? If your daughter was committed you would know it’s PAC 12! Stirring garbage!



Do you think it's over for 2021?

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: Anonymous] #302254
05/23/20 08:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Committed 21's, are you hearing anything from your college coaches about relief with regard to standardized testing?

It is all up in the air, and will be dependent on what the individual admissions departments do in regards to new policies for regular admissions, the colleges will have some big decisions to make at institutional levels and it will trickle down to athletics admissions after that. If your daughter is committed have her discuss this with her coach (most coaches have been contacting their commits in the last month or so during this crisis). If she isn't committed look into the regular admission policy changes at the schools she is interested in, and use that to guide you. Best of luck!


Just curious if anyone has had their daughter's coach contact them yet with specific information regarding their scholarship offer or status. My daughter is committed to a D1 school, but other than a "hope you're staying safe" text, we've heard nothing concrete and aren't really sure if we are supposed to.

My daughter got a call from her coach and had a lengthy conversation. The coach has expressed some concern because the PAC-10 is discussing adopting a policy that will likely hurt several programs in the conference including hers and possibly put them on the chopping block. She also said she has seen many of the seniors with the extra year, seek transfers, and almost all are looking to transfer out of the conference based on this situation. I have seen one big name PAC 10 player transfer to a "safe" team.

The coach told her if nothing changes the offer remains, but she also told her that she should make sure she is registered and going to recruiting tournaments with her travel team just in case.

What is the PAC 10??? If your daughter was committed you would know it’s PAC 12! Stirring garbage!



Do you think it's over for 2021?

what do you mean think its over for 2021?

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Re: Girls 2021-11th Grade Fall 2019/Summer 2020 [Re: TM@BOTC] #302265
05/24/20 08:07 AM
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Do you mean for recruiting for 2021's? I guess that depends on whether they will get an opportunity to step on a field. Doubtful tournaments will get played in July/August but who knows.

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