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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #350208 09/20/21 09:37 AM
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Early Top 25 is out:


1 - Boston College - Until they lose.

2 - North Carolina - # 2 about right, certainly Top 5.

3 - Syracuse - Top 10 but #3 ? Don't think they get to the Final Four.

4 - Northwestern - They will likely be back to the Final Four.

5 - Notre Dame - Too high at # 5, might not be Top 10 at seasons end.

6 - Stony Brook - As usual over hyped, will not finish Top 10.

7 - Maryland - Better than # 7, will challenge to get back to Final Four.

8 - Loyola - Solid Program, should be decent year but will finish outside the Top 10.

9 - Duke - #9 is about right.

10 - Florida - Will finish between 5 - 10.

11 - Virginia - Will also be in the mix to finish Top 10.

12 - James Madison - No problem with them at #12.

13 - Stanford - #13 might be a bit high, probably 15 - 20 range.

14 - Princeton - Ivy's back to normal, Princeton Top 10.

15 - Denver - Denver has been very good, could be Top 10.

16 - Rutgers - Looked good last year. Can they remain in the Top 20?

17 - Jacksonville - a little high but OK. Will be in the mix to finish Top 20.

18 - Drexel - Great year for Dragons last year. Can they build on it. Did they lose their Coach?

19 - Penn - Again, Ivy's back to normal #19 too low. 10 - 15 range.

20 - Hopkins - Very solid program, # 20 a bit low, think they will finish higher.

21 - Louisville - OK at 21

22 - Richmond - Too high. Don't think they will finish Top 25.

23 - Penn State - Whats up in Happy Vally? Too low at 23 more like 10 - 15 even with the transfers.

24 - Michigan - Way too low at 24. Not sure Top 10 but definitely 10 - 20

25 - UConn - Ok

Others? USC, Towson, Hofstra, Navy, Arizona St, Colorado, Dartmouth?

It is tough to repeat, Carolina will be on the warpath, a lot of changes at Syracuse, Northwester will be tough

Final Four: Boston College, North Carolina, Northwestern, ????

Fight it out..... : Syracuse, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Princeton, Duke, Denver. Notre Dame?

Michigan is way too @ 24 Stony Brook way too high @ 6. Curious to see what happens at PSU, Drexel, Syracuse and Rutgers.

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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #350234 09/20/21 12:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Early Top 25 is out:


1 - Boston College - Until they lose.

2 - North Carolina - # 2 about right, certainly Top 5.

3 - Syracuse - Top 10 but #3 ? Don't think they get to the Final Four.

4 - Northwestern - They will likely be back to the Final Four.

5 - Notre Dame - Too high at # 5, might not be Top 10 at seasons end.

6 - Stony Brook - As usual over hyped, will not finish Top 10.

7 - Maryland - Better than # 7, will challenge to get back to Final Four.

8 - Loyola - Solid Program, should be decent year but will finish outside the Top 10.

9 - Duke - #9 is about right.

10 - Florida - Will finish between 5 - 10.

11 - Virginia - Will also be in the mix to finish Top 10.

12 - James Madison - No problem with them at #12.

13 - Stanford - #13 might be a bit high, probably 15 - 20 range.

14 - Princeton - Ivy's back to normal, Princeton Top 10.

15 - Denver - Denver has been very good, could be Top 10.

16 - Rutgers - Looked good last year. Can they remain in the Top 20?

17 - Jacksonville - a little high but OK. Will be in the mix to finish Top 20.

18 - Drexel - Great year for Dragons last year. Can they build on it. Did they lose their Coach?

19 - Penn - Again, Ivy's back to normal #19 too low. 10 - 15 range.

20 - Hopkins - Very solid program, # 20 a bit low, think they will finish higher.

21 - Louisville - OK at 21

22 - Richmond - Too high. Don't think they will finish Top 25.

23 - Penn State - Whats up in Happy Vally? Too low at 23 more like 10 - 15 even with the transfers.

24 - Michigan - Way too low at 24. Not sure Top 10 but definitely 10 - 20

25 - UConn - Ok

Others? USC, Towson, Hofstra, Navy, Arizona St, Colorado, Dartmouth?

It is tough to repeat, Carolina will be on the warpath, a lot of changes at Syracuse, Northwester will be tough

Final Four: Boston College, North Carolina, Northwestern, ????

Fight it out..... : Syracuse, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Princeton, Duke, Denver. Notre Dame?

Michigan is way too @ 24 Stony Brook way too high @ 6. Curious to see what happens at PSU, Drexel, Syracuse and Rutgers.


It's become pretty obvious that nobody really cares about girls/woman's lacrosse much at all besides he parents of the players. The boys/men get all the attention and articles written about them in IL and LM, while girls are completely ignored. Very sad but true. The "professional" woman's lax is such a joke as well. Lacrosse can get your daughter into a great school. That's about it. Very sad!

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Anonymous #350236 09/20/21 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Early Top 25 is out:


1 - Boston College - Until they lose.

2 - North Carolina - # 2 about right, certainly Top 5.

3 - Syracuse - Top 10 but #3 ? Don't think they get to the Final Four.

4 - Northwestern - They will likely be back to the Final Four.

5 - Notre Dame - Too high at # 5, might not be Top 10 at seasons end.

6 - Stony Brook - As usual over hyped, will not finish Top 10.

7 - Maryland - Better than # 7, will challenge to get back to Final Four.

8 - Loyola - Solid Program, should be decent year but will finish outside the Top 10.

9 - Duke - #9 is about right.

10 - Florida - Will finish between 5 - 10.

11 - Virginia - Will also be in the mix to finish Top 10.

12 - James Madison - No problem with them at #12.

13 - Stanford - #13 might be a bit high, probably 15 - 20 range.

14 - Princeton - Ivy's back to normal, Princeton Top 10.

15 - Denver - Denver has been very good, could be Top 10.

16 - Rutgers - Looked good last year. Can they remain in the Top 20?

17 - Jacksonville - a little high but OK. Will be in the mix to finish Top 20.

18 - Drexel - Great year for Dragons last year. Can they build on it. Did they lose their Coach?

19 - Penn - Again, Ivy's back to normal #19 too low. 10 - 15 range.

20 - Hopkins - Very solid program, # 20 a bit low, think they will finish higher.

21 - Louisville - OK at 21

22 - Richmond - Too high. Don't think they will finish Top 25.

23 - Penn State - Whats up in Happy Vally? Too low at 23 more like 10 - 15 even with the transfers.

24 - Michigan - Way too low at 24. Not sure Top 10 but definitely 10 - 20

25 - UConn - Ok

Others? USC, Towson, Hofstra, Navy, Arizona St, Colorado, Dartmouth?

It is tough to repeat, Carolina will be on the warpath, a lot of changes at Syracuse, Northwester will be tough

Final Four: Boston College, North Carolina, Northwestern, ????

Fight it out..... : Syracuse, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Princeton, Duke, Denver. Notre Dame?

Michigan is way too @ 24 Stony Brook way too high @ 6. Curious to see what happens at PSU, Drexel, Syracuse and Rutgers.


It's become pretty obvious that nobody really cares about girls/woman's lacrosse much at all besides he parents of the players. The boys/men get all the attention and articles written about them in IL and LM, while girls are completely ignored. Very sad but true. The "professional" woman's lax is such a joke as well. Lacrosse can get your daughter into a great school. That's about it. Very sad!

Nothing Sad about it. What are the rest of the Long Island High School Athletes looking forward to?

Sorry, I have never understood you or people who think like you.

Girls/women’s lacrosse offers our daughters more opportunities than anything else.

What is your point? Do you not want your daughter to go to a good / great university and possibly get some financial help?

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Anonymous #350237 09/20/21 12:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Early Top 25 is out:


1 - Boston College - Until they lose.

2 - North Carolina - # 2 about right, certainly Top 5.

3 - Syracuse - Top 10 but #3 ? Don't think they get to the Final Four.

4 - Northwestern - They will likely be back to the Final Four.

5 - Notre Dame - Too high at # 5, might not be Top 10 at seasons end.

6 - Stony Brook - As usual over hyped, will not finish Top 10.

7 - Maryland - Better than # 7, will challenge to get back to Final Four.

8 - Loyola - Solid Program, should be decent year but will finish outside the Top 10.

9 - Duke - #9 is about right.

10 - Florida - Will finish between 5 - 10.

11 - Virginia - Will also be in the mix to finish Top 10.

12 - James Madison - No problem with them at #12.

13 - Stanford - #13 might be a bit high, probably 15 - 20 range.

14 - Princeton - Ivy's back to normal, Princeton Top 10.

15 - Denver - Denver has been very good, could be Top 10.

16 - Rutgers - Looked good last year. Can they remain in the Top 20?

17 - Jacksonville - a little high but OK. Will be in the mix to finish Top 20.

18 - Drexel - Great year for Dragons last year. Can they build on it. Did they lose their Coach?

19 - Penn - Again, Ivy's back to normal #19 too low. 10 - 15 range.

20 - Hopkins - Very solid program, # 20 a bit low, think they will finish higher.

21 - Louisville - OK at 21

22 - Richmond - Too high. Don't think they will finish Top 25.

23 - Penn State - Whats up in Happy Vally? Too low at 23 more like 10 - 15 even with the transfers.

24 - Michigan - Way too low at 24. Not sure Top 10 but definitely 10 - 20

25 - UConn - Ok

Others? USC, Towson, Hofstra, Navy, Arizona St, Colorado, Dartmouth?

It is tough to repeat, Carolina will be on the warpath, a lot of changes at Syracuse, Northwester will be tough

Final Four: Boston College, North Carolina, Northwestern, ????

Fight it out..... : Syracuse, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Princeton, Duke, Denver. Notre Dame?

Michigan is way too @ 24 Stony Brook way too high @ 6. Curious to see what happens at PSU, Drexel, Syracuse and Rutgers.


It's become pretty obvious that nobody really cares about girls/woman's lacrosse much at all besides he parents of the players. The boys/men get all the attention and articles written about them in IL and LM, while girls are completely ignored. Very sad but true. The "professional" woman's lax is such a joke as well. Lacrosse can get your daughter into a great school. That's about it. Very sad!

Great run down on the upcoming year! Very well spelled out. Let’s see how it all turns out? But, It sounds that poster certainly seems to know what they are talking about!

To the “sad” poster…. Getting into a great school with perhaps a boost from Lacrosse is nothing to be “SAD” about. It Will make for great opportunities and great futures for many girls who play the sport! It’s a GREAT sport!

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Anonymous #350256 09/20/21 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Early Top 25 is out:


1 - Boston College - Until they lose.

2 - North Carolina - # 2 about right, certainly Top 5.

3 - Syracuse - Top 10 but #3 ? Don't think they get to the Final Four.

4 - Northwestern - They will likely be back to the Final Four.

5 - Notre Dame - Too high at # 5, might not be Top 10 at seasons end.

6 - Stony Brook - As usual over hyped, will not finish Top 10.

7 - Maryland - Better than # 7, will challenge to get back to Final Four.

8 - Loyola - Solid Program, should be decent year but will finish outside the Top 10.

9 - Duke - #9 is about right.

10 - Florida - Will finish between 5 - 10.

11 - Virginia - Will also be in the mix to finish Top 10.

12 - James Madison - No problem with them at #12.

13 - Stanford - #13 might be a bit high, probably 15 - 20 range.

14 - Princeton - Ivy's back to normal, Princeton Top 10.

15 - Denver - Denver has been very good, could be Top 10.

16 - Rutgers - Looked good last year. Can they remain in the Top 20?

17 - Jacksonville - a little high but OK. Will be in the mix to finish Top 20.

18 - Drexel - Great year for Dragons last year. Can they build on it. Did they lose their Coach?

19 - Penn - Again, Ivy's back to normal #19 too low. 10 - 15 range.

20 - Hopkins - Very solid program, # 20 a bit low, think they will finish higher.

21 - Louisville - OK at 21

22 - Richmond - Too high. Don't think they will finish Top 25.

23 - Penn State - Whats up in Happy Vally? Too low at 23 more like 10 - 15 even with the transfers.

24 - Michigan - Way too low at 24. Not sure Top 10 but definitely 10 - 20

25 - UConn - Ok

Others? USC, Towson, Hofstra, Navy, Arizona St, Colorado, Dartmouth?

It is tough to repeat, Carolina will be on the warpath, a lot of changes at Syracuse, Northwester will be tough

Final Four: Boston College, North Carolina, Northwestern, ????

Fight it out..... : Syracuse, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Princeton, Duke, Denver. Notre Dame?

Michigan is way too @ 24 Stony Brook way too high @ 6. Curious to see what happens at PSU, Drexel, Syracuse and Rutgers.


It's become pretty obvious that nobody really cares about girls/woman's lacrosse much at all besides he parents of the players. The boys/men get all the attention and articles written about them in IL and LM, while girls are completely ignored. Very sad but true. The "professional" woman's lax is such a joke as well. Lacrosse can get your daughter into a great school. That's about it. Very sad!

So…. Do you think the same regarding men/womens college-track, soccer, swimming, golf, rowing, volleyball, tennis, waterpolo, fencing, rifle, skiing. Your statement is foolish and in your words “a joke”. College sports is about the athlete and competing. Your lack of knowledge regarding college athletics is astounding.

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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
TheBackOfTheCage #350262 09/20/21 02:55 PM
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What would be considered a good Athletic scholarship at a top 10 school? 25%? Are some girls getting 40-50 or more?

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What would be considered a good Athletic scholarship at a top 10 school? 25%? Are some girls getting 40-50 or more?

50% is not unrealistic for the right player

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Anonymous #350284 09/20/21 08:36 PM
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What would be considered a good Athletic scholarship at a top 10 school? 25%? Are some girls getting 40-50 or more?

Every situation is different. What they offer does tell you where you stand on their list.

The coaches # 1 will be offered more than the others, some will be offered a “spot” and nothing more.

Again, every situation is different, some would consider 30% at Northwestern as a low or not great offer . Others would jump at no $$ but a spot at Northwestern.

At Top 10 Programs which is really Top 8 because Princeton and Penn are two of the Top 10 Programs and they do not give athletic scholarships.

Only the top 2 or 3 incoming players at Top 10 programs get significant athletic $$. We are talking about maybe 15 - 20 players from the entire country.

Remember, Transfers are getting $$ as well.

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Anonymous #350285 09/20/21 08:42 PM
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25-30% is the norm. They have to divide 12.5 tuitions over 40 + players. The top tier players that have committed so far are getting 50% min and higher. But that is only for the very few.

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Anonymous #350290 09/20/21 09:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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What would be considered a good Athletic scholarship at a top 10 school? 25%? Are some girls getting 40-50 or more?

50% is not unrealistic for the right player

50% is common for at least a couple/few players in each incoming class. Couple years ago daughter had a few teams in top 10 offer. Several were 50% of full cost and one was 100%. Then the lower lax rank the team, and the lower academic rank the team, the more they seem to offer if the are trying to land top tier kids. When you get offers, make sure they are talking % of total cost and not % of tuition. Some coaches will offer 100% tuition (or some % of tuition) because it sounds amazing, but when you convert it to total cost it becomes a much less percentage of the total cost.

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Anonymous #350296 09/20/21 11:02 PM
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What would be considered a good Athletic scholarship at a top 10 school? 25%? Are some girls getting 40-50 or more?
I know it’s not Top 10 but if money is a concern, don’t forget that a recruit can get both athletic and academic money playing D2. I know several players who are playing at Top D2 programs and have almost the entire cost to attend covered by both an academic and athletic combined scholarship. And they are the super star of their teams which has made the experience a lot of fun for them.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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What would be considered a good Athletic scholarship at a top 10 school? 25%? Are some girls getting 40-50 or more?
I know it’s not Top 10 but if money is a concern, don’t forget that a recruit can get both athletic and academic money playing D2. I know several players who are playing at Top D2 programs and have almost the entire cost to attend covered by both an academic and athletic combined scholarship. And they are the super star of their teams which has made the experience a lot of fun for them.
Stacking athletic and academic can be done at the D1 level also

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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What would be considered a good Athletic scholarship at a top 10 school? 25%? Are some girls getting 40-50 or more?

50% is not unrealistic for the right player

50% is common for at least a couple/few players in each incoming class. Couple years ago daughter had a few teams in top 10 offer. Several were 50% of full cost and one was 100%. Then the lower lax rank the team, and the lower academic rank the team, the more they seem to offer if the are trying to land top tier kids. When you get offers, make sure they are talking % of total cost and not % of tuition. Some coaches will offer 100% tuition (or some % of tuition) because it sounds amazing, but when you convert it to total cost it becomes a much less percentage of the total cost.

Also, at well endowed schools, if you make less than 200k, you're probably looking at half the school cost covered by grants, and then non-ivies can give little more on top of that.

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Anonymous #350341 09/21/21 09:56 AM
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With regard to scholarship % I think the above advice does not take into account the fact that very good D1 programs are balancing 5 years of athletes into the scholarship pool this year and going forward for at least 2 more years. I think 50% is unrealistic unless you are a top goalie or lefty attacker with a million stats. Had a top 10 rated kid last year get 35% and the recruiting director said that was high for 'the new normal'.

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Anonymous #350383 09/21/21 05:27 PM
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Disagree. Of the group that have committed so far all of these girls are getting offered 50% minimum or greater. Fact.

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