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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #362726 01/13/22 01:03 PM
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Now you are losing credibility. An "outstanding game" by CN standards if not 2 for 8 shooting and zero draw controls no matter how you spin it. Beating UNC was an absolute team win and it was the defense, caused turnovers and great goal keeping that won the game. Best player in the sport but BC plays the ultimate, unselfish team game and have big game players and coaches.

Biggest difference in the game was saves.

Bingo. Rachel Hall had the game of her life at the right time. UNC had more shots and shots on goal than BC. Hall had more saves than Moreno (11 to 8). That's the game right there. Both played well, Hall got hot. Flip it, and we aren't having this conversation.

Back to how “Defense wins games”

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Re: 2020-2021 Women's College Lacrosse Season
TheBackOfTheCage #362755 01/13/22 05:06 PM
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To be exact I just looked NC was 10 for 34 shooting. That will probably cost you some wins. BC played great. Hall as mentioned was 20 percent higher in save percentage in that game versus season average. She played great. Team win.

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Anonymous #362756 01/13/22 05:17 PM
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To be exact I just looked NC was 10 for 34 shooting. That will probably cost you some wins. BC played great. Hall as mentioned was 20 percent higher in save percentage in that game versus season average. She played great. Team win.

The bulk of the shots were taken by three players, combined for 19 shots with only 9 shots on goal and only 3 goals. That’s less than 50% on goal and 15% shooting percentage. Not trying to diminish the goalie’s effort here, but the above assessment is correct, shooting was an issue.

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TheBackOfTheCage #362860 01/14/22 02:50 PM
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Well that was last year-

Who wins it this year? Does North repeat as Tew winner? What players emerge to lead teams vs last year? Who will lead the freshmen class(lots of redshirts last year)?

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Well that was last year-

Who wins it this year? Does North repeat as Tew winner? What players emerge to lead teams vs last year? Who will lead the freshmen class(lots of redshirts last year)?

It is doubtful that BC Repeats as Champions.

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Well that was last year-

Who wins it this year? Does North repeat as Tew winner? What players emerge to lead teams vs last year? Who will lead the freshmen class(lots of redshirts last year)?


Comes down to who wins the duel between Hall and Moreno. Great goalie play making a difference in the tourney in a key spot has been the key to the last two champs (Megan Taylor and UMD in 2019 and Rachel Hall as discussed here).

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Well that was last year-

Who wins it this year? Does North repeat as Tew winner? What players emerge to lead teams vs last year? Who will lead the freshmen class(lots of redshirts last year)?

It is doubtful that BC Repeats as Champions.

I think UNC is the favorite, regardless of the rankings.

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TheBackOfTheCage #362880 01/14/22 06:24 PM
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Would be shocked if both UNC and BC don't make the Final Four. Would also be shocked if either Cuse, UNC or BC don't win it all. It comes down to who gets hot down the stretch of the season. UNC as always will have the best talent but do they play unselfishly as a team and can they overcome their average coaching?

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