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Have there ever been any decommits as a result of performance at these games?

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Congratulations to all of those teams and individuals that made the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad. Those teams that did not make it...you can [Censored] talk other teams all you want about lacrosse - college is about the education first and foremost.

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Congratulations to all of those teams and individuals that made the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad. Those teams that did not make it...you can [Censored] talk other teams all you want about lacrosse - college is about the education first and foremost.

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Congratulations to all of those teams and individuals that made the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad. Those teams that did not make it...you can [Censored] talk other teams all you want about lacrosse - college is about the education first and foremost.

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND


Rumor was last year Stanford had the best recruit class. How did that work out?? Now more Stanford nonsense.... they are going to Big 10 with ND? Cmon, please read the information out there......why would the Big 10 have Stanford join their conference. Stanford sports on a whole are mediocre at best. Stanford Football??? Wlax would get whipped in Big 10.

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND


Rumor was last year Stanford had the best recruit class. How did that work out?? Now more Stanford nonsense.... they are going to Big 10 with ND? Cmon, please read the information out there......why would the Big 10 have Stanford join their conference. Stanford sports on a whole are mediocre at best. Stanford Football??? Wlax would get whipped in Big 10.

Why so angry? The top recruit redshirted because of an injury. She’s fine now. Thanks for asking. Was your daughter snubbed by Stanford? As for Stanford sports, pretty sure they have more NCAA championship than any other school. Some people should educate themselves before opening their ignorant mouths

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND


Rumor was last year Stanford had the best recruit class. How did that work out?? Now more Stanford nonsense.... they are going to Big 10 with ND? Cmon, please read the information out there......why would the Big 10 have Stanford join their conference. Stanford sports on a whole are mediocre at best. Stanford Football??? Wlax would get whipped in Big 10.

Why so angry? The top recruit redshirted because of an injury. She’s fine now. Thanks for asking. Was your daughter snubbed by Stanford? As for Stanford sports, pretty sure they have more NCAA championship than any other school. Some people should educate themselves before opening their ignorant mouths

Why so much ego? Stanford is an amazing educational institution, congratulations! They are not a top 10 team in womens lacrosse. Everyone deals with injuries.

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND


Rumor was last year Stanford had the best recruit class. How did that work out?? Now more Stanford nonsense.... they are going to Big 10 with ND? Cmon, please read the information out there......why would the Big 10 have Stanford join their conference. Stanford sports on a whole are mediocre at best. Stanford Football??? Wlax would get whipped in Big 10.

Why so angry? The top recruit redshirted because of an injury. She’s fine now. Thanks for asking. Was your daughter snubbed by Stanford? As for Stanford sports, pretty sure they have more NCAA championship than any other school. Some people should educate themselves before opening their ignorant mouths

Why so much ego? Stanford is an amazing educational institution, congratulations! They are not a top 10 team in womens lacrosse. Everyone deals with injuries.

Nobody claimed they were top 10…yet. They do have some great recruits and current players and have the talent go further than they have in the past. Somehow you became defensive when it was pointed out that they had a great summer winning the committed academy and having the UA MVP. You are also the one who poked fun at “what happened to the #1 recruit” of course all teams have injuries, who said they didn’t? You seem awfully negative on Stanford, why?

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND


Rumor was last year Stanford had the best recruit class. How did that work out?? Now more Stanford nonsense.... they are going to Big 10 with ND? Cmon, please read the information out there......why would the Big 10 have Stanford join their conference. Stanford sports on a whole are mediocre at best. Stanford Football??? Wlax would get whipped in Big 10.

Why so angry? The top recruit redshirted because of an injury. She’s fine now. Thanks for asking. Was your daughter snubbed by Stanford? As for Stanford sports, pretty sure they have more NCAA championship than any other school. Some people should educate themselves before opening their ignorant mouths

Why so much ego? Stanford is an amazing educational institution, congratulations! They are not a top 10 team in womens lacrosse. Everyone deals with injuries.

Nobody claimed they were top 10…yet. They do have some great recruits and current players and have the talent go further than they have in the past. Somehow you became defensive when it was pointed out that they had a great summer winning the committed academy and having the UA MVP. You are also the one who poked fun at “what happened to the #1 recruit” of course all teams have injuries, who said they didn’t? You seem awfully negative on Stanford, why?

Win some games in the PAC before you start talking about top 10.

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The first thing out of an executive recruiter's mouth is "The women's lacrosse team isn't very good at Stanford is it, only top 25 in the nation." Any young woman coming out of Stanford after competing in women's lacrosse has options we dream all ours daughter's can have. Mediocre at best, they win the College Cup most years for best athletics in all of college. Where do most of the United States Olympians go after the Olympics, Stanford! Great schools that set women up to succeed in life!

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND


Rumor was last year Stanford had the best recruit class. How did that work out?? Now more Stanford nonsense.... they are going to Big 10 with ND? Cmon, please read the information out there......why would the Big 10 have Stanford join their conference. Stanford sports on a whole are mediocre at best. Stanford Football??? Wlax would get whipped in Big 10.

Why so angry? The top recruit redshirted because of an injury. She’s fine now. Thanks for asking. Was your daughter snubbed by Stanford? As for Stanford sports, pretty sure they have more NCAA championship than any other school. Some people should educate themselves before opening their ignorant mouths

Why so much ego? Stanford is an amazing educational institution, congratulations! They are not a top 10 team in womens lacrosse. Everyone deals with injuries.

Nobody claimed they were top 10…yet. They do have some great recruits and current players and have the talent go further than they have in the past. Somehow you became defensive when it was pointed out that they had a great summer winning the committed academy and having the UA MVP. You are also the one who poked fun at “what happened to the #1 recruit” of course all teams have injuries, who said they didn’t? You seem awfully negative on Stanford, why?

Win some games in the PAC before you start talking about top 10.

Lol, guess you didn’t hear that Stanford is PAC 12 champions. Every time you comment you make yourself look more and more like a jealous fool

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I laugh not only at the smugness directed at Stanford, but also to the 40+ elite universities women's lacrosse opens up to or daughters. Top 10, top 100, who cares, great schools that set women up to succeed in life! Good luck to all! I guess were not all as lucky as Mr. North looking down at us all. hahahaha

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The Stanford haters are jealous fools. Congratulations If your daughter is fortunate enough to be offered a spot at Stanford.

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If Lacrosse helped open door to Stanford, and girl did not walk through it , that’s foolish. It’s one of the hardest and best academic institutions to get into. Let’s not lose sight that academics and future success is the big picture and lacrosse really has no future. It’s a means and not an end.

If a school is picked for their lacrosse , that’s totally foolish and misguided. It helps open doors that may otherwise never have opened without playing the sport. Sounds like someone is very jealous of girls who actually get offers from Stanford! Very few do and congrats to those who do! Amazing life opportunity.

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Congratulations to all daughters that have been offered a spot at ANY D1 school!

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND


Rumor was last year Stanford had the best recruit class. How did that work out?? Now more Stanford nonsense.... they are going to Big 10 with ND? Cmon, please read the information out there......why would the Big 10 have Stanford join their conference. Stanford sports on a whole are mediocre at best. Stanford Football??? Wlax would get whipped in Big 10.

Why so angry? The top recruit redshirted because of an injury. She’s fine now. Thanks for asking. Was your daughter snubbed by Stanford? As for Stanford sports, pretty sure they have more NCAA championship than any other school. Some people should educate themselves before opening their ignorant mouths

Why so much ego? Stanford is an amazing educational institution, congratulations! They are not a top 10 team in womens lacrosse. Everyone deals with injuries.

Nobody claimed they were top 10…yet. They do have some great recruits and current players and have the talent go further than they have in the past. Somehow you became defensive when it was pointed out that they had a great summer winning the committed academy and having the UA MVP. You are also the one who poked fun at “what happened to the #1 recruit” of course all teams have injuries, who said they didn’t? You seem awfully negative on Stanford, why?

Win some games in the PAC before you start talking about top 10.

Lol, guess you didn’t hear that Stanford is PAC 12 champions. Every time you comment you make yourself look more and more like a jealous fool

Congrats on PAC 12 champs. How did that East Coast trip go for ya. 1 Win (Albany)...3 losses (Cuse, Richmond, Virginia). But they are top 10...cmon man

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Congratulations to all daughters that have been offered a spot at ANY D1 school.

Only if your daughter plays at BC, Maryland or UNC is it a success.

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Stanford looking good again. Won the committed academy. UNC and Duke looked good too


Those schools HIGHLY recommend that all their 22-23 commits play. Other schools do not.

Stanford player also MVP of Under Armour. I’m hearing they may go Big Ten along with ND


Rumor was last year Stanford had the best recruit class. How did that work out?? Now more Stanford nonsense.... they are going to Big 10 with ND? Cmon, please read the information out there......why would the Big 10 have Stanford join their conference. Stanford sports on a whole are mediocre at best. Stanford Football??? Wlax would get whipped in Big 10.

Why so angry? The top recruit redshirted because of an injury. She’s fine now. Thanks for asking. Was your daughter snubbed by Stanford? As for Stanford sports, pretty sure they have more NCAA championship than any other school. Some people should educate themselves before opening their ignorant mouths

Why so much ego? Stanford is an amazing educational institution, congratulations! They are not a top 10 team in womens lacrosse. Everyone deals with injuries.

Nobody claimed they were top 10…yet. They do have some great recruits and current players and have the talent go further than they have in the past. Somehow you became defensive when it was pointed out that they had a great summer winning the committed academy and having the UA MVP. You are also the one who poked fun at “what happened to the #1 recruit” of course all teams have injuries, who said they didn’t? You seem awfully negative on Stanford, why?

Win some games in the PAC before you start talking about top 10.

Lol, guess you didn’t hear that Stanford is PAC 12 champions. Every time you comment you make yourself look more and more like a jealous fool

Congrats on PAC 12 champs. How did that East Coast trip go for ya. 1 Win (Albany)...3 losses (Cuse, Richmond, Virginia). But they are top 10...cmon man


All great experiences. Awesome winning a conference championship, and going to one of the top schools in the world. Beautiful weather, gorgeous grounds, brilliant classmates and professors. Amazing how bitter and embarrassing you sound. Nobody ever said Stanford was top 10, only that they have potential to do improve, somehow you have an issue with that. You also said “win a PAC game” and embarrassed yourself there. Where is your daughter going to school? I’m sure someone could rip your daughters school and performance to shreds because they’re upset their daughter wasn’t offered there which I suspect is your issue-normal people don’t act the way you do. I feel sorry for anyone who has to be near you on a sideline. How about trying to be positive. All schools have their strengths and weaknesses, girls choose schools for a variety of reasons. Pros and cons everywhere. Stanford is the number one choice for some, other girls may prefer to go elsewhere. Good luck to all that get a chance to play and attend a great school!

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What school(s) does everyone think will get the most 5th year transfers ?

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What school(s) does everyone think will get the most 5th year transfers ?

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Congratulations to all daughters that have been offered a spot at ANY D1 school.

Only if your daughter plays at BC, Maryland or UNC is it a success.

I honestly hope you are being facetious, but unfortunately on this forum, you never know

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Is it common place for girls to quit playing D1 Lacrosse? My daughter's school has had 4 already this Fall and talk of more to come. Does this happen all the time?

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Is it common place for girls to quit playing D1 Lacrosse? My daughter's school has had 4 already this Fall and talk of more to come. Does this happen all the time?

I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later 45% played significant minutes in their last year. Another 17% were on roster but did not play significant minutes. 38% no longer played.

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Is it common place for girls to quit playing D1 Lacrosse? My daughter's school has had 4 already this Fall and talk of more to come. Does this happen all the time?

I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later there was a 43% loss of lacrosse players over the four years from 2013 to 2017.

It’s like having two full time jobs in college if you play a D1 sport! It’s Very exhausting and many girls get burnt out and are miserable trying to do both well. The girls then realize what’s the most important job and choose to drop Lacrosse and think about their futures.

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Is it common place for girls to quit playing D1 Lacrosse? My daughter's school has had 4 already this Fall and talk of more to come. Does this happen all the time?

I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later there was a 43% loss of lacrosse players over the four years from 2013 to 2017.

It’s like having two full time jobs in college if you play a D1 sport! It’s Very exhausting and many girls get burnt out and are miserable trying to do both well. The girls then realize what’s the most important job and choose to drop Lacrosse and think about their futures.

I edited the numbers as I found my final report. I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later 45% played significant minutes in their last year. Another 17% were on roster but did not play significant minutes. 38% no longer played.

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Is it common place for girls to quit playing D1 Lacrosse? My daughter's school has had 4 already this Fall and talk of more to come. Does this happen all the time?

I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later there was a 43% loss of lacrosse players over the four years from 2013 to 2017.

It’s like having two full time jobs in college if you play a D1 sport! It’s Very exhausting and many girls get burnt out and are miserable trying to do both well. The girls then realize what’s the most important job and choose to drop Lacrosse and think about their futures.

I edited the numbers as I found my final report. I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later 45% played significant minutes in their last year. Another 17% were on roster but did not play significant minutes. 38% no longer played.

So, sounds like 1/2 no longer “played” D1 lacrosse by their last year. Something definitely to think about when picking a college! Choose a college you will be happy at, as if you were not going to be playing lacrosse there. Don’t let the schools lacrosse be the deciding factor.

So many great D2 and D3 schools that would probably be better fit and experience for girls. However, they have in their head that they want to go to a D1 school for the sport. Do lots of homework on different schools.

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Is it common place for girls to quit playing D1 Lacrosse? My daughter's school has had 4 already this Fall and talk of more to come. Does this happen all the time?

I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later there was a 43% loss of lacrosse players over the four years from 2013 to 2017.

It’s like having two full time jobs in college if you play a D1 sport! It’s Very exhausting and many girls get burnt out and are miserable trying to do both well. The girls then realize what’s the most important job and choose to drop Lacrosse and think about their futures.

I edited the numbers as I found my final report. I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later 45% played significant minutes in their last year. Another 17% were on roster but did not play significant minutes. 38% no longer played.

So, sounds like 1/2 no longer “played” D1 lacrosse by their last year. Something definitely to think about when picking a college! Choose a college you will be happy at, as if you were not going to be playing lacrosse there. Don’t let the schools lacrosse be the deciding factor.

So many great D2 and D3 schools that would probably be better fit and experience for girls. However, they have in their head that they want to go to a D1 school for the sport. Do lots of homework on different schools.

Pretty sure Baldbear looked at all levels DI DII DIII. I would be willing to be that the more competitive you get in the DI ranks the majority of players continue to play. By the way, where do you come up with 50% at the DI level? The number cited was 38% which means that 62% are still playing and I believe those numbers count players with career ending injuries. I bet if you look at Top 20 programs 80% plus are still playing in their senior year maybe higher.

So, sounds like you are pushing your own narrative / agenda.

Bald Bear thank you for the leg work and please correct me if I am wrong.

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Is it common place for girls to quit playing D1 Lacrosse? My daughter's school has had 4 already this Fall and talk of more to come. Does this happen all the time?

I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later there was a 43% loss of lacrosse players over the four years from 2013 to 2017.

It’s like having two full time jobs in college if you play a D1 sport! It’s Very exhausting and many girls get burnt out and are miserable trying to do both well. The girls then realize what’s the most important job and choose to drop Lacrosse and think about their futures.

I edited the numbers as I found my final report. I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later 45% played significant minutes in their last year. Another 17% were on roster but did not play significant minutes. 38% no longer played.

So, sounds like 1/2 no longer “played” D1 lacrosse by their last year. Something definitely to think about when picking a college! Choose a college you will be happy at, as if you were not going to be playing lacrosse there. Don’t let the schools lacrosse be the deciding factor.

So many great D2 and D3 schools that would probably be better fit and experience for girls. However, they have in their head that they want to go to a D1 school for the sport. Do lots of homework on different schools.

Pretty sure Baldbear looked at all levels DI DII DIII. I would be willing to be that the more competitive you get in the DI ranks the majority of players continue to play. By the way, where do you come up with 50% at the DI level? The number cited was 38% which means that 62% are still playing and I believe those numbers count players with career ending injuries. I bet if you look at Top 20 programs 80% plus are still playing in their senior year maybe higher.

So, sounds like you are pushing your own narrative / agenda.

Bald Bear thank you for the leg work and please correct me if I am wrong.

He stated 38% no longer play, and 17% were still on roster but did not play significant min. So, basically 38 + 17 basically no longer “play” by their last year. Doesn’t that equal 55% basically not playing in their last year? I just did his math. Not my narrative

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Is it common place for girls to quit playing D1 Lacrosse? My daughter's school has had 4 already this Fall and talk of more to come. Does this happen all the time?

I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later there was a 43% loss of lacrosse players over the four years from 2013 to 2017.

It’s like having two full time jobs in college if you play a D1 sport! It’s Very exhausting and many girls get burnt out and are miserable trying to do both well. The girls then realize what’s the most important job and choose to drop Lacrosse and think about their futures.

I edited the numbers as I found my final report. I was coursed with the task of following the entire 2013 class through graduation for USA lacrosse. It wasn’t easy but many Excel sheets later 45% played significant minutes in their last year. Another 17% were on roster but did not play significant minutes. 38% no longer played.

So, sounds like 1/2 no longer “played” D1 lacrosse by their last year. Something definitely to think about when picking a college! Choose a college you will be happy at, as if you were not going to be playing lacrosse there. Don’t let the schools lacrosse be the deciding factor.

So many great D2 and D3 schools that would probably be better fit and experience for girls. However, they have in their head that they want to go to a D1 school for the sport. Do lots of homework on different schools.

Pretty sure Baldbear looked at all levels DI DII DIII. I would be willing to be that the more competitive you get in the DI ranks the majority of players continue to play. By the way, where do you come up with 50% at the DI level? The number cited was 38% which means that 62% are still playing and I believe those numbers count players with career ending injuries. I bet if you look at Top 20 programs 80% plus are still playing in their senior year maybe higher.

So, sounds like you are pushing your own narrative / agenda.

Bald Bear thank you for the leg work and please correct me if I am wrong.

He stated 38% no longer play, and 17% were still on roster but did not play significant min. So, basically 38 + 17 basically no longer “play” by their last year. Doesn’t that equal 55% basically not playing in their last year? I just did his math. Not my narrative

Why are you saying DI? Agree, looks like you have an agenda.

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Many talk as if someone chooses a D1 school that is not in the top ten as nobody. First, all of our girls are competitive at this level. How many girls playing on a top team are really going to be happy riding the bench or maybe seeing live action in one or two games? How much $ are they really getting to attend these schools? How much debt will they have coming out? What happens if there is a coaching change and they weren't recruited by new coach? Our daughters can make names for themselves in lower level lacrosse schools with some very high level academics, playing, getting a great education, some play close to home and will have very little debt. This is to be celebrated all the way around.

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Many talk as if someone chooses a D1 school that is not in the top ten as nobody. First, all of our girls are competitive at this level. How many girls playing on a top team are really going to be happy riding the bench or maybe seeing live action in one or two games? How much $ are they really getting to attend these schools? How much debt will they have coming out? What happens if there is a coaching change and they weren't recruited by new coach? Our daughters can make names for themselves in lower level lacrosse schools with some very high level academics, playing, getting a great education, some play close to home and will have very little debt. This is to be celebrated all the way around.

Are you responding to a specific post? What prompted you to post the above nonsense?

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