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Re: Boys High School
Anonymous #350419 09/21/21 10:48 PM
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Gilman's best offensive player (Woloson) is a junior, no?

No he’s not. A second line midfielder. Very low lacrosse IQ.

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Anonymous #350421 09/21/21 10:57 PM
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11 teams in the A conference. 26 kids in the final 8 NCAA D1 tourney from one league, not state, is pretty impressive.

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Anonymous #350652 09/23/21 03:14 PM
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There are 230 high school teams in Maryland. All 11 MIAA “A” teams were ranked in the top 18 last season.

Send your kid where he will have a chance to get some playing time. There are never any guarantees, but take stock of the situation and be honest about your kids’ chances of playing at these schools. MIAA is great but not if you’ll never get to play.

Even the bottom teams in the miaa were ranked well ahead of the public state champs.

And federation rules are trash. MIAA is such a superior brand of lax and it isn’t even close.

Where did you see those rankings?

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Anonymous #350655 09/23/21 03:39 PM
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11 teams in the A conference. 26 kids in the final 8 NCAA D1 tourney from one league, not state, is pretty impressive.


And less than 4 or 5 players from those 8 teams with rosters of 45+ actually saw the field. And one of those was a holdback/redshirt/extracovidyear player. MIAA is getting a reputation as good skilled practice players.

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Anonymous #350657 09/23/21 03:40 PM
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Gilman's best offensive player (Woloson) is a junior, no?

No he’s not. A second line midfielder. Very low lacrosse IQ.

Must have replaced your son with that remark. Have him Hit The Wall !

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Anonymous #350662 09/23/21 04:13 PM
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11 teams in the A conference. 26 kids in the final 8 NCAA D1 tourney from one league, not state, is pretty impressive.


And less than 4 or 5 players from those 8 teams with rosters of 45+ actually saw the field. And one of those was a holdback/redshirt/extracovidyear player. MIAA is getting a reputation as good skilled practice players.

Then tell what league is better maryland public…..lol

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Anonymous #350681 09/23/21 07:19 PM
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11 teams in the A conference. 26 kids in the final 8 NCAA D1 tourney from one league, not state, is pretty impressive.


And less than 4 or 5 players from those 8 teams with rosters of 45+ actually saw the field. And one of those was a holdback/redshirt/extracovidyear player. MIAA is getting a reputation as good skilled practice players.

Then tell what league is better maryland public…..lol

Nice Strawman...who said they weren't a good league?? Great HS lacrosse is played in MIAA. We were talking about players that actually play in D1 from there. First statement was that a bunch get committed, just not a lot see the field form such a highly recruited league.

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Anonymous #350717 09/24/21 09:35 AM
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11 teams in the A conference. 26 kids in the final 8 NCAA D1 tourney from one league, not state, is pretty impressive.


And less than 4 or 5 players from those 8 teams with rosters of 45+ actually saw the field. And one of those was a holdback/redshirt/extracovidyear player. MIAA is getting a reputation as good skilled practice players.

Then tell what league is better maryland public…..lol

Nice Strawman...who said they weren't a good league?? Great HS lacrosse is played in MIAA. We were talking about players that actually play in D1 from there. First statement was that a bunch get committed, just not a lot see the field form such a highly recruited league.

Numbers or it's all smoke and unsubstantiated bs.

The MIAA conference as a whole is hands down the best in the world.

Show me another conference that has its teams, top to bottom, ranked higher.

The best in MD/DC:
https://www.laxnumbers.com/ratings.php?y=2021&v=3206

The best in the Mid Atlantic Region:
https://www.laxnumbers.com/ratings.php?y=2021&v=3002

And the best in the nation:
https://www.laxnumbers.com/ratings.php?y=2021&v=3000

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Anonymous #350721 09/24/21 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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11 teams in the A conference. 26 kids in the final 8 NCAA D1 tourney from one league, not state, is pretty impressive.


And less than 4 or 5 players from those 8 teams with rosters of 45+ actually saw the field. And one of those was a holdback/redshirt/extracovidyear player. MIAA is getting a reputation as good skilled practice players.

Then tell what league is better maryland public…..lol

Nice Strawman...who said they weren't a good league?? Great HS lacrosse is played in MIAA. We were talking about players that actually play in D1 from there. First statement was that a bunch get committed, just not a lot see the field form such a highly recruited league.

Numbers or it's all smoke and unsubstantiated bs.

The MIAA conference as a whole is hands down the best in the world.

Show me another conference that has its teams, top to bottom, ranked higher.

The best in MD/DC:
https://www.laxnumbers.com/ratings.php?y=2021&v=3206

The best in the Mid Atlantic Region:
https://www.laxnumbers.com/ratings.php?y=2021&v=3002

And the best in the nation:
https://www.laxnumbers.com/ratings.php?y=2021&v=3000

Wow, You are a little Sensitive Sam. Relax, no one is saying that the Mighty MIAA isnt a great conference. Comprehension of words must not be your strong point.

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Anonymous #350747 09/24/21 02:43 PM
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The links you shared have some school records wrong, so they are not a reliable source. Do you have any other sources?

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Anonymous #350763 09/24/21 08:32 PM
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The links you shared have some school records wrong, so they are not a reliable source. Do you have any other sources?

There is no real perfect source for High School Lacrosse. They all have some issues. Most do ok at best with rankings. Max Preps would be a good source for rankings but the MIAA is too good to post scores there.

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The links you shared have some school records wrong, so they are not a reliable source. Do you have any other sources?

There is no real perfect source for High School Lacrosse. They all have some issues. Most do ok at best with rankings. Max Preps would be a good source for rankings but the MIAA is too good to post scores there.

the schools can barely post their scores on their own Twitter feeds and homepages yet alone multiple websites.

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Anonymous #350787 09/25/21 07:41 AM
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The links you shared have some school records wrong, so they are not a reliable source. Do you have any other sources?

There is no real perfect source for High School Lacrosse. They all have some issues. Most do ok at best with rankings. Max Preps would be a good source for rankings but the MIAA is too good to post scores there.

the schools can barely post their scores on their own Twitter feeds and homepages yet alone multiple websites.

Please, Why should they, The MIAA is best in world according to above poster.

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Anonymous #350793 09/25/21 11:19 AM
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11 teams in the A conference. 26 kids in the final 8 NCAA D1 tourney from one league, not state, is pretty impressive.


And less than 4 or 5 players from those 8 teams with rosters of 45+ actually saw the field. And one of those was a holdback/redshirt/extracovidyear player. MIAA is getting a reputation as good skilled practice players.

Then tell what league is better maryland public…..lol

Nice Strawman...who said they weren't a good league?? Great HS lacrosse is played in MIAA. We were talking about players that actually play in D1 from there. First statement was that a bunch get committed, just not a lot see the field form such a highly recruited league.

In 2019 there were 4 MIAA alums on 1st team AA and 14 total. I believe there were 10 MIAA AAs this past season. There are roughly 20 MIAA grads in PLL. Which league would have comparable numbers? BTW in the 80's 90s etc there were plenty of stars from the league that became benchwarmers in college. No secret that great athletes are playing lacrosse all over the country and are getting good coaching.

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Anonymous #350810 09/25/21 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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11 teams in the A conference. 26 kids in the final 8 NCAA D1 tourney from one league, not state, is pretty impressive.


And less than 4 or 5 players from those 8 teams with rosters of 45+ actually saw the field. And one of those was a holdback/redshirt/extracovidyear player. MIAA is getting a reputation as good skilled practice players.

Then tell what league is better maryland public…..lol

Nice Strawman...who said they weren't a good league?? Great HS lacrosse is played in MIAA. We were talking about players that actually play in D1 from there. First statement was that a bunch get committed, just not a lot see the field form such a highly recruited league.

In 2019 there were 4 MIAA alums on 1st team AA and 14 total. I believe there were 10 MIAA AAs this past season. There are roughly 20 MIAA grads in PLL. Which league would have comparable numbers? BTW in the 80's 90s etc there were plenty of stars from the league that became benchwarmers in college. No secret that great athletes are playing lacrosse all over the country and are getting good coaching.

OK Sensitive Sam, There were zero 1st team AA last year. I think one on second team a SSDM. MIAA is a highly recruited conference and has many skilled players and has for years. Getting back to the main point what started this, each year in D1, it seems less and less are seeing the field due to the athletes and athleticism of many players from other non hot bed areas. It is fewer than years ago when most top teams had many MIAA players actually playing. Hopefully that changes

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