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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #357399 11/19/21 01:50 PM
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I often scratch my head why some of these individuals continue to play beyond their mid 20s. It's similar to minor league baseball players that don't stop.
That's an ignorant comment. Obviously they love the sport and want/can continue to play. If they weren't good enough, they wouldn't be playing, so why does age matter?

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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
TheBackOfTheCage #357403 11/19/21 02:00 PM
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Does anyone know if the US team game will be streamed online somewhere?

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TheBackOfTheCage #357550 11/21/21 07:49 AM
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It will be interesting to see if SB and UNC programs hold to high standards with coaches consumed in USA. All relative of course that would be conference championships and elite eight to final four appearances. If history holds true we should see a drop as we saw with GTown and RF.

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Anonymous #357569 11/21/21 10:55 AM
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It will be interesting to see if SB and UNC programs hold to high standards with coaches consumed in USA. All relative of course that would be conference championships and elite eight to final four appearances. If history holds true we should see a drop as we saw with GTown and RF.

Stony Brook has never made the Final Four, not sure exactly how many times they have made elite eight and would not put winning The AE in the same category as winning The ACC.

Not sure what has gone wrong at Georgetown but I don’t think it has anything to do with the coach having been involved with US Team. Surprised he is still there.

North Carolina will not be affected at all, the school simply has too much to offer and is a very desirable destination for a very large percentage of high end players.

If SBU drops off at all the only reason would be if JS can not find talent interested in going to SBU which has never been the case.

I believe both programs will remain two of the top 10 overall programs.

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Anonymous #357574 11/21/21 11:33 AM
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It will be interesting to see if SB and UNC programs hold to high standards with coaches consumed in USA. All relative of course that would be conference championships and elite eight to final four appearances. If history holds true we should see a drop as we saw with GTown and RF.

Pretty sure SBU will maintain status quo as will UNC but I would not consider the two programs to have similar track records or the same "high standards" when it comes to the NCAA Tournament.

Stony Brook NCAA Tournament history: Elite Eight 3x, No Final Four appearances.

2013: They Lost to Maryland in the round of 16.

2014: They Lost to Syracuse in round of 16.

2015: They Lost to Princeton in round of 16.

2016: They Lost to Syracuse in round of 16.

2017: They Lost to Maryland in round of 8.

2018: They Lost to Boston College in round of 8.

2019: They Lost to Maryland in the round of 16.

2020: Season cut short.

2021: They Lost to North Carolina in the round of 8.

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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
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Well based on Inside Lacrosse it looks like UNC should run away with it for again this year, Oh wait they haven’t won it in last 6 years. They have 4 in top 11 and make up 25 percent of the 25(not including 2 very good players TW or SG). Can’t have talent like that and not win the big one more often- meaning Natty, not conference.

BC who won and has everyone coming back only has 3 total, as well as CUSE. Don’t sleep on JS, he has some talent at SB.

Should be interesting if IL ratings are right. LOL.

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Anonymous #358613 11/29/21 04:38 PM
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Well based on Inside Lacrosse it looks like UNC should run away with it for again this year, Oh wait they haven’t won it in last 6 years. They have 4 in top 11 and make up 25 percent of the 25(not including 2 very good players TW or SG). Can’t have talent like that and not win the big one more often- meaning Natty, not conference.

BC who won and has everyone coming back only has 3 total, as well as CUSE. Don’t sleep on JS, he has some talent at SB.

Should be interesting if IL ratings are right. LOL.

Typical hater post... pretty sure BC had at least 4 First Team All-Americans (more than any other team) and a Tewaaraton Award Winner in 2019 and did not win. Syracuse has never won a National Championship (have they ever won anything?) and Stony Brook rarely even makes it to the Final Eight (Quarterfinals) and has never made it to a Final Four (at least they win the America East) yet you mock UNC who has 2 NCAA National Championships, 4 NCAA Finals appearances , 12 NCAA Final Four Appearances, 6 ACC Championships and a Coach who sits at number three in all time wins... All of that was accomplished without a single Tewaaraton Award winner.

Classic, just classic.

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TheBackOfTheCage #358715 11/30/21 12:39 PM
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Does anyone know if any other colleges/universities will be adding women's lacrosse programs in the next couple of years? Is that posted publicly somewhere or is that all hush hush until it becomes official? just curious..

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Anonymous #358753 11/30/21 04:49 PM
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Does anyone know if any other colleges/universities will be adding women's lacrosse programs in the next couple of years? Is that posted publicly somewhere or is that all hush hush until it becomes official? just curious..
USF announced they are adding
I don’t think it’s hush hush

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Anonymous #358765 11/30/21 06:29 PM
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Does anyone know if any other colleges/universities will be adding women's lacrosse programs in the next couple of years? Is that posted publicly somewhere or is that all hush hush until it becomes official? just curious..
This is a good site to stay abreast:

http://thegrowthblog.blogspot.com/p/new-varsity-college-programs.html?m=1

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