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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #350621 09/23/21 11:33 AM
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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.

Fact??? That’s hysterical 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Top programs def offer full rides


Read Scholarship Myth (US Lax, September 2017)

The NCAA limits Division I women’s programs to 12 (per school year)…. simple math can yield the unlikelihood of a prospect earning a full athletic scholarship.

2020-2021 season rosters:

BC; 37 players (11 Fresh., 10 Soph., 7 Jr., 7 Sr. and 2 Grads)
Cuse: 46 players (9 Fresh., 8 Soph., 9 Jr., 9 Sr. and 11 Grads)
NC: 40 players (13 Fresh., 10 Soph., 5 Jr., 9 Sr and 3 Grads)
NW: 37 players (6 Fresh., 12 Soph., 6 Jr., 10 Sr. and 3 Grads)


Look at the roster sizes above and try and explain how a single player can receive a full athletic scholarship when only 12 are available for the whole team.

Also, can you imagine if one player receives a full scholarship and becomes (injured / ineligible / decides to transfer) and how that would impact the trajectory of the program.

Parents/players exaggerate the package (merit and scholarship) they receive and simply say my kid received a full athletic scholarship, because they are proud of their kid and uninformed (delusional) people just keep repeating what they have been told.

No one receives a DI lacrosse full athletic scholarship.

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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #350624 09/23/21 11:51 AM
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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.

Fact??? That’s hysterical 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Top programs def offer full rides


Read Scholarship Myth (US Lax, September 2017)

The NCAA limits Division I women’s programs to 12 (per school year)…. simple math can yield the unlikelihood of a prospect earning a full athletic scholarship.

2020-2021 season rosters:

BC; 37 players (11 Fresh., 10 Soph., 7 Jr., 7 Sr. and 2 Grads)
Cuse: 46 players (9 Fresh., 8 Soph., 9 Jr., 9 Sr. and 11 Grads)
NC: 40 players (13 Fresh., 10 Soph., 5 Jr., 9 Sr and 3 Grads)
NW: 37 players (6 Fresh., 12 Soph., 6 Jr., 10 Sr. and 3 Grads)


Look at the roster sizes above and try and explain how a single player can receive a full athletic scholarship when only 12 are available for the whole team.

Also, can you imagine if one player receives a full scholarship and becomes (injured / ineligible / decides to transfer) and how that would impact the trajectory of the program.

Parents/players exaggerate the package (merit and scholarship) they receive and simply say my kid received a full athletic scholarship, because they are proud of their kid and uninformed (delusional) people just keep repeating what they have been told.

No one receives a DI lacrosse full athletic scholarship.

You sound like you know but you are flat out wrong.

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Anonymous #350632 09/23/21 12:57 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.

Fact??? That’s hysterical 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Top programs def offer full rides


Read Scholarship Myth (US Lax, September 2017)

The NCAA limits Division I women’s programs to 12 (per school year)…. simple math can yield the unlikelihood of a prospect earning a full athletic scholarship.

2020-2021 season rosters:

BC; 37 players (11 Fresh., 10 Soph., 7 Jr., 7 Sr. and 2 Grads)
Cuse: 46 players (9 Fresh., 8 Soph., 9 Jr., 9 Sr. and 11 Grads)
NC: 40 players (13 Fresh., 10 Soph., 5 Jr., 9 Sr and 3 Grads)
NW: 37 players (6 Fresh., 12 Soph., 6 Jr., 10 Sr. and 3 Grads)


Look at the roster sizes above and try and explain how a single player can receive a full athletic scholarship when only 12 are available for the whole team.

Also, can you imagine if one player receives a full scholarship and becomes (injured / ineligible / decides to transfer) and how that would impact the trajectory of the program.

Parents/players exaggerate the package (merit and scholarship) they receive and simply say my kid received a full athletic scholarship, because they are proud of their kid and uninformed (delusional) people just keep repeating what they have been told.

No one receives a DI lacrosse full athletic scholarship.

You sound like you know but you are flat out wrong.


Not the poster but would agree. Maybe ask your club directors or coaches many who have played at the D1 level and many who were darn good recruits

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Anonymous #350659 09/23/21 03:48 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.

Fact??? That’s hysterical 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Top programs def offer full rides


Read Scholarship Myth (US Lax, September 2017)

The NCAA limits Division I women’s programs to 12 (per school year)…. simple math can yield the unlikelihood of a prospect earning a full athletic scholarship.

2020-2021 season rosters:

BC; 37 players (11 Fresh., 10 Soph., 7 Jr., 7 Sr. and 2 Grads)
Cuse: 46 players (9 Fresh., 8 Soph., 9 Jr., 9 Sr. and 11 Grads)
NC: 40 players (13 Fresh., 10 Soph., 5 Jr., 9 Sr and 3 Grads)
NW: 37 players (6 Fresh., 12 Soph., 6 Jr., 10 Sr. and 3 Grads)


Look at the roster sizes above and try and explain how a single player can receive a full athletic scholarship when only 12 are available for the whole team.

Also, can you imagine if one player receives a full scholarship and becomes (injured / ineligible / decides to transfer) and how that would impact the trajectory of the program.

Parents/players exaggerate the package (merit and scholarship) they receive and simply say my kid received a full athletic scholarship, because they are proud of their kid and uninformed (delusional) people just keep repeating what they have been told.

No one receives a DI lacrosse full athletic scholarship.

You sound like you know but you are flat out wrong.

Do you personally know someone who has received a full academic scholarship to a D1 school? If so, from what club and yo what school?

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Anonymous #350663 09/23/21 04:21 PM
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Yes. 3 so far. All committed by 9/12

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Anonymous #350670 09/23/21 05:20 PM
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Yes. 3 so far. All committed by 9/12

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Anonymous #350675 09/23/21 06:21 PM
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Yes.

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Perhaps when “Athletic Scholarship” Plus some “academic” whether warranted or not, plus some “in-state” tuition rates, etc. might equal a “Full Ride” for some and to Them...that is the end result-no $. Might not be a “Full Ride” from the 12 athletic Scholarships available.

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Anonymous #350693 09/23/21 11:29 PM
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Yes.

What schools gave full rides?

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Anonymous #350696 09/24/21 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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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.

Fact??? That’s hysterical 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Top programs def offer full rides


Read Scholarship Myth (US Lax, September 2017)

The NCAA limits Division I women’s programs to 12 (per school year)…. simple math can yield the unlikelihood of a prospect earning a full athletic scholarship.

2020-2021 season rosters:

BC; 37 players (11 Fresh., 10 Soph., 7 Jr., 7 Sr. and 2 Grads)
Cuse: 46 players (9 Fresh., 8 Soph., 9 Jr., 9 Sr. and 11 Grads)
NC: 40 players (13 Fresh., 10 Soph., 5 Jr., 9 Sr and 3 Grads)
NW: 37 players (6 Fresh., 12 Soph., 6 Jr., 10 Sr. and 3 Grads)


Look at the roster sizes above and try and explain how a single player can receive a full athletic scholarship when only 12 are available for the whole team.

Also, can you imagine if one player receives a full scholarship and becomes (injured / ineligible / decides to transfer) and how that would impact the trajectory of the program.

Parents/players exaggerate the package (merit and scholarship) they receive and simply say my kid received a full athletic scholarship, because they are proud of their kid and uninformed (delusional) people just keep repeating what they have been told.

No one receives a DI lacrosse full athletic scholarship.

You sound like you know but you are flat out wrong.

Do you personally know someone who has received a full academic scholarship to a D1 school? If so, from what club and yo what school?

The poster can't tell you because it's not true. As someone else stated, there is often creative financing which can appear as a full ride, but NO SCHOOL GIVES A 100% ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP. The top recruits might get 50-75% if they are truly exceptional. There is usually only one girl in the grade that fits this description, For the 2023s, the girl is going to BC. There is no way she is getting more than 50-75% athletic money. Have you seen their roster? Do the math!!

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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #350728 09/24/21 11:20 AM
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I agree with everything just posted except....the Best in the grade is from Grizzlies and is going to UNC. The YJ and Jesters girls going to BC might be next. BTW...I am a YJ.

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Anonymous #350731 09/24/21 11:30 AM
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I agree with everything just posted except....the Best in the grade is from Grizzlies and is going to UNC. The YJ and Jesters girls going to BC might be next. BTW...I am a YJ.

Oh yes, that was a mistake. I meant Grizzlies to UNC, not BC. After her, there are a bunch tied for second. The YJ girl is good, yes, but no difference between her and several others. I would say she is the best YJ though

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TheBackOfTheCage #350756 09/24/21 05:05 PM
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based on what I have read on BOTC, what I have heard people say and my experience navigating the recruiting process with two kids who currently play in college I am pretty sure that there are going to be a lot of disappointed / disgruntled Long Island parents in the coming weeks and months.

There are just too many delusional parents out there who believe their child is way better than she is. During the recruiting process the college coaches will let their actions speak and their actions will tell the parents where their daughter ranks. Too many parents think they know who all of the best players are and which players should be "ranked" or make a team i.e. UA, AS etc... or which Club Team is the best.

News flash, if the best college programs are not making offers it's a safe bet that the player is not considered to be a very strong player. If we look at the best college programs, the programs that are consistently in the Top 10-20 we will see maybe 25 Long Island players end up at these schools. There will be a very small number of players who receive offers from the top programs but for whatever reason choose to go elsewhere. For the most part the best players will have their choice of schools and they will more than likely find a home at one of the best college programs. The list of schools is pretty diverse in terms of academics, location, size of school etc...

College coaches do not recruit club teams, they recruit players and they recruit these players from all over the country, I doubt most parents from Long Island had any idea who Izzy Scane or Charolette North were when they were juniors in HS. I will guarantee every college coach worth their salt knew all about them.

I truly wish all of the players well but to some of the parents (not all ) just the ones who think they know who all of the best players are and obviously think their daughter is one of them many of you are in for a rude awakening.

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Anonymous #350766 09/24/21 08:46 PM
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based on what I have read on BOTC, what I have heard people say and my experience navigating the recruiting process with two kids who currently play in college I am pretty sure that there are going to be a lot of disappointed / disgruntled Long Island parents in the coming weeks and months.

There are just too many delusional parents out there who believe their child is way better than she is. During the recruiting process the college coaches will let their actions speak and their actions will tell the parents where their daughter ranks. Too many parents think they know who all of the best players are and which players should be "ranked" or make a team i.e. UA, AS etc... or which Club Team is the best.

News flash, if the best college programs are not making offers it's a safe bet that the player is not considered to be a very strong player. If we look at the best college programs, the programs that are consistently in the Top 10-20 we will see maybe 25 Long Island players end up at these schools. There will be a very small number of players who receive offers from the top programs but for whatever reason choose to go elsewhere. For the most part the best players will have their choice of schools and they will more than likely find a home at one of the best college programs. The list of schools is pretty diverse in terms of academics, location, size of school etc...

College coaches do not recruit club teams, they recruit players and they recruit these players from all over the country, I doubt most parents from Long Island had any idea who Izzy Scane or Charolette North were when they were juniors in HS. I will guarantee every college coach worth their salt knew all about them.

I truly wish all of the players well but to some of the parents (not all ) just the ones who think they know who all of the best players are and obviously think their daughter is one of them many of you are in for a rude awakening.

Why are you stating a bunch of jibberish that people already know?? Yawn…… Is there an actual point in your message?? Confused at why you’re posting

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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #350772 09/24/21 09:47 PM
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Eye of beholder. Bully selfish play or team play. Which do you prefer?

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