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Re: Crabs Lacrosse / Baltimore Lacrosse Club
Anonymous #350260 09/20/21 02:31 PM
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There are several other schools that have teams mixed between A & B. Figure out where you want to be and who you want to serve and attempt to raise your game to the A or drop to to B. Don't heavily recruit/develop for one or two sports while leaving the other ones out to dry... It would probably lead to a higher participation rate among the student body as well. This line of thought of course does not serve the the narrow minded thinking of some of the brass at the schools that are not all A or all B or their alumni.

Easier said than done. The resources/recruiting needed to go "A" in football is too great.

"A" Football takes too many true Athletic players to compete. While a few lacrosse players easily can play at A, the majority of players couldnt.

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Re: Crabs Lacrosse / Baltimore Lacrosse Club
Anonymous #350301 09/21/21 01:13 AM
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There are several other schools that have teams mixed between A & B. Figure out where you want to be and who you want to serve and attempt to raise your game to the A or drop to to B. Don't heavily recruit/develop for one or two sports while leaving the other ones out to dry... It would probably lead to a higher participation rate among the student body as well. This line of thought of course does not serve the the narrow minded thinking of some of the brass at the schools that are not all A or all B or their alumni.

Easier said than done. The resources/recruiting needed to go "A" in football is too great.

"A" Football takes too many true Athletic players to compete. While a few lacrosse players easily can play at A, the majority of players couldnt.
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Anonymous #350413 09/21/21 10:34 PM
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It has never been a BL thing…. It’s all private schools and it’s been this way since most private schools starting accepting students. The entry ( first grade or now ore first) age has always been later then public schools so if you enter at one of the later grades the school asks you to “hold back” to be at age with the others.

Was it developed for the elitist ? Of course!!
Today they refer to these schools as “elite private schools”

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Anonymous #350415 09/21/21 10:40 PM
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What teams at Gilman are B conference. Gilman won the most MIAA school in the league. All A conference.

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Anonymous #350452 09/22/21 08:57 AM
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It's just MSJ and CH now.

MSJ, CHC, McD, Spalding & Gilman are the only "A" Conference schools across the board in all sports. Some of them are larger schools, some are smaller and some are co-ed etc... Congrats to those schools for competing year in and year out while sometimes taking their lumps against schools that specialize in a particular sport while playing A conference. LB is just about there except for football. They will probably return soon as the program gets rebuilt.

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Anonymous #350462 09/22/21 09:55 AM
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It's just MSJ and CH now.

MSJ, CHC, McD, Spalding & Gilman are the only "A" Conference schools across the board in all sports. Some of them are larger schools, some are smaller and some are co-ed etc... Congrats to those schools for competing year in and year out while sometimes taking their lumps against schools that specialize in a particular sport while playing A conference. LB is just about there except for football. They will probably return soon as the program gets rebuilt.

In all fairness, its been over a decade that LB has been "rebuilding" its football program. This is not a $$ or admissions standards issue: purely bad management and a lack of accountability, if in fact they want to complete in the A Conference. They went from winning the Conference to dropping out of the MIAA to become independent to rejoining as a B team. Sound and fury signifying nothing.

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Anonymous #350463 09/22/21 10:12 AM
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It's just MSJ and CH now.

MSJ, CHC, McD, Spalding & Gilman are the only "A" Conference schools across the board in all sports. Some of them are larger schools, some are smaller and some are co-ed etc... Congrats to those schools for competing year in and year out while sometimes taking their lumps against schools that specialize in a particular sport while playing A conference. LB is just about there except for football. They will probably return soon as the program gets rebuilt.

It s much easier to go A in all sports when you are a single sex school with large enrollment. CH and Loyola should be in the A in all sports, just demographically speaking.
Spalding is not A across the board in all sports. Definitely still B in Tennis, and possibly others.
Also positive that Gilman is B in Ice Hockey.
There is also talk that McDonough is dropping to the B for baseball and possibly golf this year.

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Anonymous #350464 09/22/21 10:14 AM
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It's just MSJ and CH now.

MSJ, CHC, McD, Spalding & Gilman are the only "A" Conference schools across the board in all sports. Some of them are larger schools, some are smaller and some are co-ed etc... Congrats to those schools for competing year in and year out while sometimes taking their lumps against schools that specialize in a particular sport while playing A conference. LB is just about there except for football. They will probably return soon as the program gets rebuilt.

In all fairness, its been over a decade that LB has been "rebuilding" its football program. This is not a $$ or admissions standards issue: purely bad management and a lack of accountability, if in fact they want to complete in the A Conference. They went from winning the Conference to dropping out of the MIAA to become independent to rejoining as a B team. Sound and fury signifying nothing.
LB is primed to win a B championship this year in football. Before rejoining the A

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Anonymous #350472 09/22/21 10:57 AM
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It's just MSJ and CH now.

MSJ, CHC, McD, Spalding & Gilman are the only "A" Conference schools across the board in all sports. Some of them are larger schools, some are smaller and some are co-ed etc... Congrats to those schools for competing year in and year out while sometimes taking their lumps against schools that specialize in a particular sport while playing A conference. LB is just about there except for football. They will probably return soon as the program gets rebuilt.

In all fairness, its been over a decade that LB has been "rebuilding" its football program. This is not a $$ or admissions standards issue: purely bad management and a lack of accountability, if in fact they want to complete in the A Conference. They went from winning the Conference to dropping out of the MIAA to become independent to rejoining as a B team. Sound and fury signifying nothing.
LB is primed to win a B championship this year in football. Before rejoining the A

Didn’t LB just lose to St. Mary’s in football?

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Anonymous #350474 09/22/21 10:59 AM
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What teams at Gilman are B conference. Gilman won the most MIAA school in the league. All A conference.

Hockey and I don't think they have a rugby team

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Some of these schools won’t even have football in 5 years. A few no longer have the numbers to have a JV team. With the huge declines in youth football in recent years the numbers aren’t there to sustain it.

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Anonymous #350609 09/23/21 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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It's just MSJ and CH now.

MSJ, CHC, McD, Spalding & Gilman are the only "A" Conference schools across the board in all sports. Some of them are larger schools, some are smaller and some are co-ed etc... Congrats to those schools for competing year in and year out while sometimes taking their lumps against schools that specialize in a particular sport while playing A conference. LB is just about there except for football. They will probably return soon as the program gets rebuilt.

In all fairness, its been over a decade that LB has been "rebuilding" its football program. This is not a $$ or admissions standards issue: purely bad management and a lack of accountability, if in fact they want to complete in the A Conference. They went from winning the Conference to dropping out of the MIAA to become independent to rejoining as a B team. Sound and fury signifying nothing.
LB is primed to win a B championship this year in football. Before rejoining the A

Didn’t LB just lose to St. Mary’s in football?

Yep but they got some kids back and have stabilized the offense.......Concordia wins B though

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Anonymous #350626 09/23/21 12:03 PM
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It's just MSJ and CH now.

MSJ, CHC, McD, Spalding & Gilman are the only "A" Conference schools across the board in all sports. Some of them are larger schools, some are smaller and some are co-ed etc... Congrats to those schools for competing year in and year out while sometimes taking their lumps against schools that specialize in a particular sport while playing A conference. LB is just about there except for football. They will probably return soon as the program gets rebuilt.

In all fairness, its been over a decade that LB has been "rebuilding" its football program. This is not a $$ or admissions standards issue: purely bad management and a lack of accountability, if in fact they want to complete in the A Conference. They went from winning the Conference to dropping out of the MIAA to become independent to rejoining as a B team. Sound and fury signifying nothing.
LB is primed to win a B championship this year in football. Before rejoining the A

Didn’t LB just lose to St. Mary’s in football?

Yep but they got some kids back and have stabilized the offense.......Concordia wins B though

Concordia is St Francis 2.0.
Just not sure how long they can sustain giving athletic schollys without bringing in tuition dollars.
They need a Poggi.

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