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Re: 2019-2020 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #305927 08/03/20 09:39 PM
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[quote=Anonymous][quote=Anonymous][quote=baldbear]It's looking like NCAA Spring sports is a 50/50 proposition right now. Do the schools extend another year in the event Spring sports are also cancelled?


I do not have a problem with anyone's opinion on the matter. What I have an issue with is the parents of HS sophomores who some how feel that this is unfair to their daughter who has not even scratched the surface of work done by any of these college athletes. My advice to them would be to help their daughter get recruited, get the HS grades required, make a commitment , sign a NLI, get accepted, compete and get the grades to remain on the team before complaining about what they are entitled to.

How do you know the HS girl isn't getting the "required grades" or hasn't "scratched the surface of work" in her own way?

Who says the HS player/family feel "entitled?" Maybe, all she wants is fairness- an approximate level of opportunity (and it doesn't even have to be equal) that ALL of the players ahead of her experienced and ALL of the players behind her will also be able to experience in the future?

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Re: 2019-2020 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
Anonymous #305933 08/03/20 10:07 PM
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Did not say she was entitled, said she was effected . If those HS sophs. Continue to progress from potential player to Student Athlete they will have plenty of opportunities to compete for roster spots, playing time and scholarship money. Daughters team graduated 6 and only bought back 1. That is probably about the norm for 5th yr seniors on most teams in any given year.

1 returning 5th year senior is not a big deal. But quite a few schools have a lot more coming back or transferring in.

5th year players for 2021
ACC: UNC -3, Syracuse- 10, Duke- 3, Notre Dame-6, VT-4
Big 10: Hopkins-3, OSU-4, Michigan-4
Pac 12: Stanford-5

Could be a one-time aberration. What if it's not?

Re: 2019-2020 Women's DI, II & III College Lacrosse Season
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Never said anyone wasn't getting the grades.And I am sure they are all working hard but They just have a long way to go. And you are right they should have the same experience and oppurtunity. The NCAA decision to grant an extra year of eligibility to all spring athletes will not hinder their oppurtunity to play,and or receive scholarship money. If they continue to improve both academically and athletically they will get both. There are very few players that will take advantage of the 5th year and even less that will garner the kind of scholarship money that will affect most programs budgets.

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Anonymous #305972 08/04/20 08:07 AM
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It's looking like NCAA Spring sports is a 50/50 proposition right now. Do the schools extend another year in the event Spring sports are also cancelled?

It was a really dense idea for the NCAA to grant spring sport athletes from all 4 classes an extra year of eligibility because they missed a majority of their season. By their logic, all of the fall sports athletes now deserve an extra year for missing their season, too And if there is no spring season next year, the same lacrosse players who gained an extra year in April should be able to stockpile a 2nd year of eligibility. How about 3 more years if the cycle repeats itself in 2022? When does this madness stop?

Going to guess that your kid wasn't impacted by this. Typical

You must be the guy who went to the grocery store at the beginning of the pandemic to buy up all of the toilet paper because you were running low; and you didn't think twice that it would be a good idea to leave some behind to allow others to buy some, too.

You must be the guy with a HS junior who thinks she’s getting a raw deal because some kid who lost a season should tough it out. Well, you lose.

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Anonymous #305989 08/04/20 10:35 AM
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It's looking like NCAA Spring sports is a 50/50 proposition right now. Do the schools extend another year in the event Spring sports are also cancelled?

It was a really dense idea for the NCAA to grant spring sport athletes from all 4 classes an extra year of eligibility because they missed a majority of their season. By their logic, all of the fall sports athletes now deserve an extra year for missing their season, too And if there is no spring season next year, the same lacrosse players who gained an extra year in April should be able to stockpile a 2nd year of eligibility. How about 3 more years if the cycle repeats itself in 2022? When does this madness stop?

Going to guess that your kid wasn't impacted by this. Typical

You must be the guy who went to the grocery store at the beginning of the pandemic to buy up all of the toilet paper because you were running low; and you didn't think twice that it would be a good idea to leave some behind to allow others to buy some, too.

You must be the guy with a HS junior who thinks she’s getting a raw deal because some kid who lost a season should tough it out. Well, you lose.

The issue isn't "Some Kid who lost a season" ( but really only 8 games for most) its 4 years of kids who lost 8 games impacting every future player.. I have no issue with the senior class getting a do-over. but to say that last years college freshman class now need a fifth year because the season was cut short is ridiculous.
There wont be a fall ball season this year.. what is the NCAA gonna do.. do-over for all again?
If there is a limited season next spring what is the NCAA gonna do .. another do-over?

Multiply that by all sports..

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Anonymous #305997 08/04/20 10:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by baldbear
It's looking like NCAA Spring sports is a 50/50 proposition right now. Do the schools extend another year in the event Spring sports are also cancelled?

It was a really dense idea for the NCAA to grant spring sport athletes from all 4 classes an extra year of eligibility because they missed a majority of their season. By their logic, all of the fall sports athletes now deserve an extra year for missing their season, too And if there is no spring season next year, the same lacrosse players who gained an extra year in April should be able to stockpile a 2nd year of eligibility. How about 3 more years if the cycle repeats itself in 2022? When does this madness stop?

Going to guess that your kid wasn't impacted by this. Typical

You must be the guy who went to the grocery store at the beginning of the pandemic to buy up all of the toilet paper because you were running low; and you didn't think twice that it would be a good idea to leave some behind to allow others to buy some, too.

You must be the guy with a HS junior who thinks she’s getting a raw deal because some kid who lost a season should tough it out. Well, you lose.

Keep taking more toilet paper then, it's not a surprise.

Everybody lost this spring. Some lost less and actually got to play almost 1/2 their season this spring - the college players. Others lost more and didn't get to play at all and will face unintended consequences down the road.

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Anonymous #306219 08/06/20 11:00 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Originally Posted by baldbear
It's looking like NCAA Spring sports is a 50/50 proposition right now. Do the schools extend another year in the event Spring sports are also cancelled?

It was a really dense idea for the NCAA to grant spring sport athletes from all 4 classes an extra year of eligibility because they missed a majority of their season. By their logic, all of the fall sports athletes now deserve an extra year for missing their season, too And if there is no spring season next year, the same lacrosse players who gained an extra year in April should be able to stockpile a 2nd year of eligibility. How about 3 more years if the cycle repeats itself in 2022? When does this madness stop?

Going to guess that your kid wasn't impacted by this. Typical

You must be the guy who went to the grocery store at the beginning of the pandemic to buy up all of the toilet paper because you were running low; and you didn't think twice that it would be a good idea to leave some behind to allow others to buy some, too.

You must be the guy with a HS junior who thinks she’s getting a raw deal because some kid who lost a season should tough it out. Well, you lose.

Keep taking more toilet paper then, it's not a surprise.

Everybody lost this spring. Some lost less and actually got to play almost 1/2 their season this spring - the college players. Others lost more and didn't get to play at all and will face unintended consequences down the road.


Sorry your hS junior lost her season and is going to lose again and again and again. Wanna buy some TP?

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Anonymous #306247 08/06/20 03:07 PM
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So are you, probably more so than us.
Am good on TP- you’re going to need to a lot more for your needs.

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It's looking like NCAA Spring sports is a 50/50 proposition right now. Do the schools extend another year in the event Spring sports are also cancelled?

It was a really dense idea for the NCAA to grant spring sport athletes from all 4 classes an extra year of eligibility because they missed a majority of their season. By their logic, all of the fall sports athletes now deserve an extra year for missing their season, too And if there is no spring season next year, the same lacrosse players who gained an extra year in April should be able to stockpile a 2nd year of eligibility. How about 3 more years if the cycle repeats itself in 2022? When does this madness stop?

Going to guess that your kid wasn't impacted by this. Typical

It should have been seniors only, no reason a freshman,soph or juniors needed to have a year tacked on.. it was a mistake and these repercussions are now going to be felt through all D-1 sports. it was a move based on emotion last year. it needs to be fixed now.

First off, its all divisions not just D1. And secondly, how do you propose they "fix this"??

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Anonymous #306331 08/07/20 01:10 PM
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It's looking like NCAA Spring sports is a 50/50 proposition right now. Do the schools extend another year in the event Spring sports are also cancelled?

It was a really dense idea for the NCAA to grant spring sport athletes from all 4 classes an extra year of eligibility because they missed a majority of their season. By their logic, all of the fall sports athletes now deserve an extra year for missing their season, too And if there is no spring season next year, the same lacrosse players who gained an extra year in April should be able to stockpile a 2nd year of eligibility. How about 3 more years if the cycle repeats itself in 2022? When does this madness stop?

Going to guess that your kid wasn't impacted by this. Typical

It should have been seniors only, no reason a freshman,soph or juniors needed to have a year tacked on.. it was a mistake and these repercussions are now going to be felt through all D-1 sports. it was a move based on emotion last year. it needs to be fixed now.

First off, its all divisions not just D1. And secondly, how do you propose they "fix this"??

Seniors only..

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