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Re: Alumni on the Pro Circuit & International
« Reply #182 on: July 19, 2017, 12:25:28 pm »
Errol Wilson Named Team Jamaica Head Coach
http://www.insidelacrosse.com/article/errol-wilson-named-team-jamaica-head-coach/50111

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“Coach Wilson’s success as a player and a coach at the NCAA Division 1 level speaks for itself,” said Hutchinson, “But what we were most impressed with is his desire to be a good father, and to serve as a strong role model to the young men of Jamaica.”

an endless list of thank yous follows.  all class, all the time.
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Re: Alumni on the Pro Circuit & International
« Reply #183 on: August 07, 2017, 11:49:03 am »
Camposa Promoted at Navy
http://www.insidelacrosse.com/article/assistant-roundup-mike-phipps-to-georgetown-camposa-promoted-at-navy/50239

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In the wake of Mike Phipps' departure, Rob Camposa is set to be promoted from volunteer to full-time assistant at Navy. A former Stony Brook goalie, Camposa joined coach Rick Sowell's staff last year.
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Re: Alumni on the Pro Circuit & International
« Reply #184 on: August 10, 2017, 07:58:32 pm »
more on camposa: https://www.collegecrosse.com/2017/8/9/16119818/coaching-carousel-lafayette-leopards-jim-rogalski-michigan-wolverines-mike-phipps-schedule

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Meanwhile, Navy and head coach Rick Sowell will promote Rob Camposa to a full-time assistant coach with the team. Camposa spent last season as a volunteer assistant after stops with Molly College and at Rutgers for two seasons.

A former Stony Brook netminder, Camposa helped freshman goaltender Ryan Kern in starting all 14 games and backstopping an upset of Army West Point late in the season.

Might Camposa take over a part of the offense with Phipps gone? Associate Head Coach Ryan Wellner is their defensive-minded coach, while Sowell played midfield at Washington College in the 80s. Maybe he works with the offense a little bit, along with the face-off unit? Not sure, but it’s a great step for Camposa coaching wise.
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Re: Alumni on the Pro Circuit & International
« Reply #185 on: August 10, 2017, 08:01:42 pm »
waldeck on making the playoffs: http://www.dispatch.com/sports/20170805/professional-lacrosse--ohio-machine-faceless-defenders-take-pride-in-unselfish-play

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“We want to control the flow of the game, push the action and force teams out of their comfort zone,” said Waldeck, a product of Stony Brook. “For us, forcing turnovers is a matter of pride, just like scoring a goal or handing out an assist is to an offensive player. It’s the same in a lot of sports, but the guy who eventually puts the ball in the net gets the glory and is recognized by everyone — not the guy who got the ball off the ground and put the team into position to score. That’s OK. A defender has a mindset of just going out and doing his job.”

“Our offense is full of big names in the sport,” third-year defender Steve Waldeck said. “That unit has league MVPs, perennial all-stars, scoring champions, college All-Americans and national champions. ... guys who played at big-time programs. The defensive guys, we’re more off the beaten path. We don’t get our names in the paper, but that’s OK with us. We sort of relish that role.”

Karalunas has 54 ground balls and Waldeck 39 — career highs for both.
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