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Re: Boys 2028 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #326661 04/13/21 05:42 AM
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The topic of NL coaches is boring. I thought the purpose of these boards was to bash the Hawks and Madlax dads that wear vests. Let’s get back to that.

Did you hear about the email the Madlax director sent to a HS player 10 years ago ?

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Anonymous #326664 04/13/21 06:36 AM
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Yes. Talk to the coach. They are very responsive.

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Anonymous #326665 04/13/21 06:40 AM
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NL doesn’t have dad coaches

The 2028 absolutely has a Dad coach and is listed on the site. The Dad also has a son on the 2026's and he asked/demanded to coach. The dad has a playing resume but so do lots of other parents of players at NL. I don't know why NL lets him coach his own son. It is opposite what they tell everyone and what people believe.

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Anonymous #326675 04/13/21 08:27 AM
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NL doesn’t have dad coaches

The 2028 absolutely has a Dad coach and is listed on the site. The Dad also has a son on the 2026's and he asked/demanded to coach. The dad has a playing resume but so do lots of other parents of players at NL. I don't know why NL lets him coach his own son. It is opposite what they tell everyone and what people believe.

This is wrong. The website is out of date. There was a dad who helped when the team was younger. The club director and a rotating group of non-dad assistant coaches coach the team now.

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Anonymous #326684 04/13/21 09:19 AM
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My kid plays for Next Level. The coach is amazing. He teaches the kids so much and he's all about development and giving every kid a chance. Does any adult on this forum remember what their youth lacrosse record was in 5th grade? As parents, do you care about the team's record or do you care about your kid growing as a player and a person? The Next Level coach does things the right way on and off the field. It's true the team hasn't played well the last 3 games. It's also true they've been missing key kids in each of those games (which is not a good excuse for losing because I'm sure every other team has had same issue this spring -- but 3 games is a small sample size and both losses came on man down situations at end of 4th Q or OT). Next Level should be getting the full squad back soon. When they do, they'll be tough to beat. But there are a lot of strong teams in this division, so who knows? But I can tell you the Next Level coaches do an awesome job.

NL dad you might want to check “all about development and giving every kid a chance” line with parents of an older NL team. Mitchell play book is to line pockets with the young teams with talk of development and then recruit a new set of players for the older teams by offering free rides for players of other clubs. That’s how the 2024 and 2025 teams were built. Very few players from fifth grade still on those teams. Check the rosters.

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TheBackOfTheCage #326689 04/13/21 09:53 AM
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I love the NL implosion posts.

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Anonymous #326699 04/13/21 10:31 AM
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The topic of NL coaches is boring. I thought the purpose of these boards was to bash the Hawks and Madlax dads that wear vests. Let’s get back to that.

Did you hear about the email the Madlax director sent to a HS player 10 years ago ?
That’s a decade old dead horse tired of being beaten. Move on.

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Anonymous #326702 04/13/21 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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The topic of NL coaches is boring. I thought the purpose of these boards was to bash the Hawks and Madlax dads that wear vests. Let’s get back to that.

Did you hear about the email the Madlax director sent to a HS player 10 years ago ?
That’s a decade old dead horse tired of being beaten. Move on.

Looks like you missed the joke buddy.

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TheBackOfTheCage #326713 04/13/21 11:10 AM
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Week 4 Predictions

Crabs vs Next Level(-3)
Hawks(-4) vs True
Madlax vs FCA (-2)
Bye(-3) vs BLC

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TheBackOfTheCage #326718 04/13/21 11:33 AM
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Week 4 Predictions

Crabs vs Next Level(-3)
Hawks(-4) vs True
Madlax vs FCA (-2)
Bye(-3) vs BLC

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Anonymous #326724 04/13/21 12:12 PM
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Doesn't this happen with many of the "elite" teams?

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Anonymous #326739 04/13/21 02:05 PM
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NL doesn’t have dad coaches

The 2028 absolutely has a Dad coach and is listed on the site. The Dad also has a son on the 2026's and he asked/demanded to coach. The dad has a playing resume but so do lots of other parents of players at NL. I don't know why NL lets him coach his own son. It is opposite what they tell everyone and what people believe.

This is wrong. The website is out of date. There was a dad who helped when the team was younger. The club director and a rotating group of non-dad assistant coaches coach the team now.

That was a different Dad. There is one left.

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Anonymous #326741 04/13/21 02:09 PM
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My kid plays for Next Level. The coach is amazing. He teaches the kids so much and he's all about development and giving every kid a chance. Does any adult on this forum remember what their youth lacrosse record was in 5th grade? As parents, do you care about the team's record or do you care about your kid growing as a player and a person? The Next Level coach does things the right way on and off the field. It's true the team hasn't played well the last 3 games. It's also true they've been missing key kids in each of those games (which is not a good excuse for losing because I'm sure every other team has had same issue this spring -- but 3 games is a small sample size and both losses came on man down situations at end of 4th Q or OT). Next Level should be getting the full squad back soon. When they do, they'll be tough to beat. But there are a lot of strong teams in this division, so who knows? But I can tell you the Next Level coaches do an awesome job.

NL dad you might want to check “all about development and giving every kid a chance” line with parents of an older NL team. Mitchell play book is to line pockets with the young teams with talk of development and then recruit a new set of players for the older teams by offering free rides for players of other clubs. That’s how the 2024 and 2025 teams were built. Very few players from fifth grade still on those teams. Check the rosters.

NL, like a lot of clubs, have A and B teams. It doesn't surprise me the rosters change quite a bit as kids mature; their interests change; and players change rosters to get on better teams.

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Anonymous #326742 04/13/21 02:11 PM
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The topic of NL coaches is boring. I thought the purpose of these boards was to bash the Hawks and Madlax dads that wear vests. Let’s get back to that.

Did you hear about the email the Madlax director sent to a HS player 10 years ago ?
That’s a decade old dead horse tired of being beaten. Move on.

Looks like you missed the joke buddy.

Or the IG intimidation, or the roster cheating for years in a row, or the wholesale poaching of teams...

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Anonymous #326745 04/13/21 02:40 PM
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The topic of NL coaches is boring. I thought the purpose of these boards was to bash the Hawks and Madlax dads that wear vests. Let’s get back to that.

Did you hear about the email the Madlax director sent to a HS player 10 years ago ?
That’s a decade old dead horse tired of being beaten. Move on.

Looks like you missed the joke buddy.
No, and not your buddy. hammerhead.

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