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Re: SB Lacrosse 2015 Season
« Reply #315 on: April 06, 2015, 10:31:57 am »
gotta love quint... he always throws us a bone.  how's about #9?

http://www.insidelacrosse.com/article/quint-s-top-20-a-few-teams-step-forward-some-fall-back/31583/2

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9. Stony Brook — The Seawolves have won eight of their last nine games, the latest was 13-10 gem over Princeton. Mike Rooney now has 67 points, trailing just Lyle Thompson. Brody Eastwood has 39 goals, tied for No. 2 in the land. The offense is scoring 14.5 goals per game.

The America East is a two-horse race, with Albany beating Stony Brook, 17-15, on March 14 being the most significant game thus far.

It’s interesting to see that Stony Brook has a non-league game on April 15 against Duke. I believe this was a weather postponement. It becomes a Wednesday game of national significance.


also this: 7. Albany — Even in defeat, I was very impressed with what I saw from Albany in a Thursday night loss at Syracuse. If the Danes can figure out their face-off woes, lookout. Lyle Thompson is averaging 6.8 points per game and continues to amaze. If Albany wins the America East AQ — and it won't be easy beating Stony Brook again — this team is a matchup nightmare in the NCAA Tournament. Others can't say that.
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