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Re: Team 91 MD
Anonymous #353782 10/21/21 03:56 PM
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It’s not about wins or tournament trophies it’s about coaching.

2024’s don’t win many tournaments but has the best players top to bottom.

It’s not about winning !!! Records mean nothing .

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
It’s not about wins or tournament trophies it’s about coaching.

2024’s don’t win many tournaments but has the best players top to bottom.

It’s not about winning !!! Records mean nothing .


Clubs mean very little and do very little to develop players. They are important in marketing players during the summer at events. Clubs are marketing machines not lacrosse academies. High schools develop kids. High school coaches develop players. 91 does a great job of marketing kids.

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Anonymous #353814 10/22/21 06:53 AM
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Team 91 last year:

'25- #1 team in the NATION!!!!
'26 1-5
'27 1-5
'28 1-6
'29 2-5

Team 91, overall record: 5-21
.192 win percentage.

Honestly none of this is relevant. Your son playing on T91 at age 9 or 12 almost makes it *less* likely they will be on T91 in 9th grade when all the rec rosters collapse and search out a home for college recruiting........and find a home at T91 who then goes out and wins big games. The T91 records at the younger age groups just don't mean anything because those kids won't be playing for 91 in the future.

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Anonymous #353822 10/22/21 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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It’s not about wins or tournament trophies it’s about coaching.

2024’s don’t win many tournaments but has the best players top to bottom.

It’s not about winning !!! Records mean nothing .


Clubs mean very little and do very little to develop players. They are important in marketing players during the summer at events. Clubs are marketing machines not lacrosse academies. High schools develop kids. High school coaches develop players. 91 does a great job of marketing kids.

Well stated, one fall my son played on a club that had 4 practices and 15 games. That is not "developing players" lol. In too many fall ball games, the boys are either playing soft because they are up by 12, or playing deflated because they are down by 12. However, the clubs and tourneys make a pile of money, the sponsors are happy, and for a few players, some buzz is generated. All that is great & fine, but the idea that it's "for player development" is a joke.

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TLaxOne #353824 10/22/21 08:18 AM
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And don’t look at our records. We are really coaching these kids up. Despite our lousy record, disorganized sidelines, and the terrible product on the field.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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It’s not about wins or tournament trophies it’s about coaching.

2024’s don’t win many tournaments but has the best players top to bottom.

It’s not about winning !!! Records mean nothing .


Clubs mean very little and do very little to develop players. They are important in marketing players during the summer at events. Clubs are marketing machines not lacrosse academies. High schools develop kids. High school coaches develop players. 91 does a great job of marketing kids.

Well stated, one fall my son played on a club that had 4 practices and 15 games. That is not "developing players" lol. In too many fall ball games, the boys are either playing soft because they are up by 12, or playing deflated because they are down by 12. However, the clubs and tourneys make a pile of money, the sponsors are happy, and for a few players, some buzz is generated. All that is great & fine, but the idea that it's "for player development" is a joke.

Sorry your son couldnt make a top club team and win some games and tournaments. That kind of thinking will not get your son a D1 scholarship.

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Anonymous #353850 10/22/21 10:45 AM
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Ask any player where he learns individual skills… it’s not high school.

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Team 91 brings on one or two players after the eighth grade. Just a small detail that is often neglected to be mentioned. 91 grows and develops players.

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Team 91 brings on one or two players after the eighth grade. Just a small detail that is often neglected to be mentioned. 91 grows and develops players.

Team 91 brings and trains two players . Just a small detail that is often neglected to be mentioned. 91 grows and develops these two special players.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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It’s not about wins or tournament trophies it’s about coaching.

2024’s don’t win many tournaments but has the best players top to bottom.

It’s not about winning !!! Records mean nothing .


Clubs mean very little and do very little to develop players. They are important in marketing players during the summer at events. Clubs are marketing machines not lacrosse academies. High schools develop kids. High school coaches develop players. 91 does a great job of marketing kids.

Well stated, one fall my son played on a club that had 4 practices and 15 games. That is not "developing players" lol. In too many fall ball games, the boys are either playing soft because they are up by 12, or playing deflated because they are down by 12. However, the clubs and tourneys make a pile of money, the sponsors are happy, and for a few players, some buzz is generated. All that is great & fine, but the idea that it's "for player development" is a joke.

Sorry your son couldnt make a top club team and win some games and tournaments. That kind of thinking will not get your son a D1 scholarship.

Didn't T91 go 1-15-1 last year at 2028?

D1 scholarships lol. Our MD boys in the 2026-2029 range are probably at the end of MD/NJ/NY/NE scholarship dominance as the programs in CA, TX, GA, and FL grow to fill up roster slots in ACC and Ivy League schools. Our sons may beat that wave of kids to college but it's coming.

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Ask any player where he learns individual skills… it’s not high school.

In HS the boys will learn how to play. They develop skills of all sorts that are far more valuable than dodging cones. Great back yard shooters and cone dodgers are... well, great back yard shooters and cone dodgers.

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TLaxOne #354012 10/24/21 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
It’s not about wins or tournament trophies it’s about coaching.

2024’s don’t win many tournaments but has the best players top to bottom.

It’s not about winning !!! Records mean nothing .


Clubs mean very little and do very little to develop players. They are important in marketing players during the summer at events. Clubs are marketing machines not lacrosse academies. High schools develop kids. High school coaches develop players. 91 does a great job of marketing kids.

Well stated, one fall my son played on a club that had 4 practices and 15 games. That is not "developing players" lol. In too many fall ball games, the boys are either playing soft because they are up by 12, or playing deflated because they are down by 12. However, the clubs and tourneys make a pile of money, the sponsors are happy, and for a few players, some buzz is generated. All that is great & fine, but the idea that it's "for player development" is a joke.

Sorry your son couldnt make a top club team and win some games and tournaments. That kind of thinking will not get your son a D1 scholarship.

Didn't T91 go 1-15-1 last year at 2028?

D1 scholarships lol. Our MD boys in the 2026-2029 range are probably at the end of MD/NJ/NY/NE scholarship dominance as the programs in CA, TX, GA, and FL grow to fill up roster slots in ACC and Ivy League schools. Our sons may beat that wave of kids to college but it's coming.

That wave is already here.

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Anonymous #354035 10/24/21 09:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
It’s not about wins or tournament trophies it’s about coaching.

2024’s don’t win many tournaments but has the best players top to bottom.

It’s not about winning !!! Records mean nothing .


Clubs mean very little and do very little to develop players. They are important in marketing players during the summer at events. Clubs are marketing machines not lacrosse academies. High schools develop kids. High school coaches develop players. 91 does a great job of marketing kids.

Well stated, one fall my son played on a club that had 4 practices and 15 games. That is not "developing players" lol. In too many fall ball games, the boys are either playing soft because they are up by 12, or playing deflated because they are down by 12. However, the clubs and tourneys make a pile of money, the sponsors are happy, and for a few players, some buzz is generated. All that is great & fine, but the idea that it's "for player development" is a joke.

Sorry your son couldnt make a top club team and win some games and tournaments. That kind of thinking will not get your son a D1 scholarship.

Didn't T91 go 1-15-1 last year at 2028?

D1 scholarships lol. Our MD boys in the 2026-2029 range are probably at the end of MD/NJ/NY/NE scholarship dominance as the programs in CA, TX, GA, and FL grow to fill up roster slots in ACC and Ivy League schools. Our sons may beat that wave of kids to college but it's coming.

That wave is already here.

It’s here and they have learned by watching all the tricks to advantages too! holdbacks are becoming the norm for them as well. Lots more competition for D1 spots and more of them , will be going to the powerhouses and kids that are forming in those states. Hotbeds are changing.

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Anonymous #354129 10/25/21 03:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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It’s not about wins or tournament trophies it’s about coaching.

2024’s don’t win many tournaments but has the best players top to bottom.

It’s not about winning !!! Records mean nothing .


Clubs mean very little and do very little to develop players. They are important in marketing players during the summer at events. Clubs are marketing machines not lacrosse academies. High schools develop kids. High school coaches develop players. 91 does a great job of marketing kids.

Well stated, one fall my son played on a club that had 4 practices and 15 games. That is not "developing players" lol. In too many fall ball games, the boys are either playing soft because they are up by 12, or playing deflated because they are down by 12. However, the clubs and tourneys make a pile of money, the sponsors are happy, and for a few players, some buzz is generated. All that is great & fine, but the idea that it's "for player development" is a joke.

Sorry your son couldnt make a top club team and win some games and tournaments. That kind of thinking will not get your son a D1 scholarship.

Didn't T91 go 1-15-1 last year at 2028?

D1 scholarships lol. Our MD boys in the 2026-2029 range are probably at the end of MD/NJ/NY/NE scholarship dominance as the programs in CA, TX, GA, and FL grow to fill up roster slots in ACC and Ivy League schools. Our sons may beat that wave of kids to college but it's coming.

That wave is already here.

It’s here and they have learned by watching all the tricks to advantages too! holdbacks are becoming the norm for them as well. Lots more competition for D1 spots and more of them , will be going to the powerhouses and kids that are forming in those states. Hotbeds are changing.

Out of state players didnt take long to catch up to the whole holdback bonanza going on. Most UA teams from different regions are loaded with holdbacks.

Crazy , but it works at the high level as long as your son is a very good player to begin with.

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Re: Team 91 MD
TLaxOne #354521 10/29/21 07:35 AM
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Hurry! Sign up for the ECD showcase this summer...just know that the all tournament team is already picked and consists of Team 91 Md players and former teammates of MM.

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