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Manhattan vs SB 3/18 6pm
« on: March 17, 2014, 11:57:52 am »
i know nothing about manhattan as ive lost touch with this program.  what i can tell you is that they are struggling this year and it hasnt been close- i think they are 1-6.  theyve struggled to score and
at times have kept teams to 10 or less. 

we are getting them in the middle of a road stretch, where they havent won yet outside of their home field.  46' with possible showers.  coverage is here: http://www.americaeast.com//mediaPortal/player.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=14000&KEY=&id=1091086&catid=0

there's been more talk about how well rooney has done while intermittently shifting into midfield.  this allows sichenzia to come on attack and creates a problem for teams that double pole hughes and rogers.  i really think that all of this is a result of schultz stepping up into a more ball handling role, while easty stays inside. 

i think they can go on a tear here and win 5 in a row.  and bryant again showed how you can defeat albany.  GO SB
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Re: Manhattan vs SB 3/18 6pm
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2014, 05:47:44 pm »
 I agree, I think Rooney bouncing back and forth is a plus. Remember 2 yrs ago he scored most of his goals from the midfield. I personally would like to see him stay there. I think the offense runs better with him at midfield and Sichenzia on attack. With Shultz feeding and scoring you can afford to play him there. Also with Sichenzia and Rooney on the field at the same time it gives them a lot more speed on the offensive end.

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Re: Manhattan vs SB 3/18 6pm
« Reply #2 on: March 18, 2014, 09:18:09 am »
I agree, I think Rooney bouncing back and forth is a plus. Remember 2 yrs ago he scored most of his goals from the midfield. I personally would like to see him stay there. I think the offense runs better with him at midfield and Sichenzia on attack. With Shultz feeding and scoring you can afford to play him there. Also with Sichenzia and Rooney on the field at the same time it gives them a lot more speed on the offensive end.

Than you could put Andreassi to D-Mid...that would help the transition game too...I just can't see coach doing that to his 1st SB recruit and his handpicked captain

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Re: Manhattan vs SB 3/18 6pm
« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2014, 04:22:04 pm »
looks like Hofstra and SJU (we play them Sat) are locked in a 9-9 tie just after half. 

And someone wrote that Cernuto is out: http://network.laxpower.com/laxforum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=40417&start=2120
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Re: Manhattan vs SB 3/18 6pm
« Reply #4 on: March 18, 2014, 05:03:11 pm »
looks like mcardle got the OT winner at home to defeat Hofstra.  The Dutch are pretty good this year, and SJU pulled that off sans-Cernuto.

Also Fairfield just beat Massachusetts.
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Re: Manhattan vs SB 3/18 6pm
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2014, 09:45:28 am »
on the AETV feed, the camera girls didnt know the microphone was on...  ???

just as i was thinking- how did we give up 5 first quarter goals to Manhattan yet keep Maryland to a one goal quarter?  and then we shut out the jaspers for the most part in the 2nd half. 

our EMO struggled, which was our strength!  0 of 5.

lets get two in a row now.  GO SB
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