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Re: SB Lacrosse 2018 Season
« Reply #15 on: October 23, 2017, 10:22:43 am »
J-dub and 42 thanks for the input.  i love summer lax.

what freshmen got minutes and looked good?  very curious, thanks.
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Re: SB Lacrosse 2018 Season
« Reply #17 on: October 23, 2017, 11:19:43 am »
J-dub and 42 thanks for the input.  i love summer lax.

what freshmen got minutes and looked good?  very curious, thanks.


I thought O'leary, Kaschalk and McCannell played well, I think the two middies scored a couple each. I might be mistaken. Walsh looked real smooth with 4 or 5 assists on the day.

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Re: SB Lacrosse 2018 Season
« Reply #18 on: October 23, 2017, 12:13:41 pm »
thanks.  it's early- and we dont have munoz yet- and its just fall ball.

but some guesses- in no particular order- sounds like we'll see white/CVG/haun/walsh on attack? 

grippe/matsuoka/kaschalk/mccannell at mid, perhaps some pickel/daly/lloyd?

is ellis healthy?  we've seen him in the mix at d-mid with guys like matsuoka, rees, robison, etc. 

my guess for down low is based off last year- anderson, abdellatif, pugal (LSM?), and now maybe some o'leary.  he's giant!

we are well stocked at goalkeeper- all of them can play, too. 
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Re: SB Lacrosse 2018 Season
« Reply #19 on: October 23, 2017, 02:21:22 pm »
thanks.  it's early- and we dont have munoz yet- and its just fall ball.

but some guesses- in no particular order- sounds like we'll see white/CVG/haun/walsh on attack? 

grippe/matsuoka/kaschalk/mccannell at mid, perhaps some pickel/daly/lloyd?

is ellis healthy?  we've seen him in the mix at d-mid with guys like matsuoka, rees, robison, etc. 

my guess for down low is based off last year- anderson, abdellatif, pugal (LSM?), and now maybe some o'leary.  he's giant!

we are well stocked at goalkeeper- all of them can play, too.
CVG was playing Mid yesterday

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Re: SB Lacrosse 2018 Season
« Reply #21 on: October 24, 2017, 10:23:07 pm »
Only got to see about 45 minutes of the MD scrimmage but a few things of note:

White moved to starting attack and is the teams best dodger
Dowd is the top FOGO...was winning the clamps vs the MD starter...Enneguess was the backup
Bollinger got the start in goal
Harry on the starting mid...he's the new Reh IMO...will play both O and D Mid
Rees, who is the best player they have is actually on the top man up unit
The D is still suspect, but they were playing MD...gave up lots of goals around the crease
Coaches need to work on their substitutions...Watkins used to have this down...it was a mess yesterday.  This has to be Nagle's last year.  The new Asst looks like he is 14.   


I saw it differently. You have to break it up into quarters during fall ball. I saw SB beat Maryland in the second quarter and the game was close for most of the third quarter. I saw the manup unit move the ball easily against Maryland and should have had 4 or 5 goals. Instead of 1 and a pipe. I mho this can be cleaned up easily. I saw some freshmen play well and felt like the coaches were mixing alot of kids into the game. My takeaway was very positive. They played Harvard to a 2 goal game with Harvard scoring very late. Harvard game was very even.

Fall ball is about a long bench and seeing what you have

I had mostly positive takeaway too for only seeing 45 minutes...didn't really say anything negative other than the D was average and the substitutions on the fly need work.


calling for the coaches job after 1 fall ball tournament is not too positive.

I looked up other programs that we play and that I believe most would call good programs with good coaches and a bright future. Their record over the last 5 years:
Hofstra 43-30
Princeton 39-32
Fairfield 43-34
Lehigh 45-35
Stony Brook 45-35






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« Reply #22 on: November 01, 2017, 02:03:11 pm »
Only got to see about 45 minutes of the MD scrimmage but a few things of note:

White moved to starting attack and is the teams best dodger
Dowd is the top FOGO...was winning the clamps vs the MD starter...Enneguess was the backup
Bollinger got the start in goal
Harry on the starting mid...he's the new Reh IMO...will play both O and D Mid
Rees, who is the best player they have is actually on the top man up unit
The D is still suspect, but they were playing MD...gave up lots of goals around the crease
Coaches need to work on their substitutions...Watkins used to have this down...it was a mess yesterday.  This has to be Nagle's last year.  The new Asst looks like he is 14.   


I saw it differently. You have to break it up into quarters during fall ball. I saw SB beat Maryland in the second quarter and the game was close for most of the third quarter. I saw the manup unit move the ball easily against Maryland and should have had 4 or 5 goals. Instead of 1 and a pipe. I mho this can be cleaned up easily. I saw some freshmen play well and felt like the coaches were mixing alot of kids into the game. My takeaway was very positive. They played Harvard to a 2 goal game with Harvard scoring very late. Harvard game was very even.

Fall ball is about a long bench and seeing what you have

I had mostly positive takeaway too for only seeing 45 minutes...didn't really say anything negative other than the D was average and the substitutions on the fly need work.


calling for the coaches job after 1 fall ball tournament is not too positive.

I looked up other programs that we play and that I believe most would call good programs with good coaches and a bright future. Their record over the last 5 years:
Hofstra 43-30
Princeton 39-32
Fairfield 43-34
Lehigh 45-35
Stony Brook 45-35

2 winning seasons in 6 years and hasn't been to the NCAA's since 2012.   

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Re: SB Lacrosse 2018 Season
« Reply #23 on: November 02, 2017, 02:19:01 pm »
saw on LP that ellis, a grad student, is transferring.  anyone know to where? 
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« Reply #24 on: November 03, 2017, 05:59:13 pm »
Only got to see about 45 minutes of the MD scrimmage but a few things of note:

White moved to starting attack and is the teams best dodger
Dowd is the top FOGO...was winning the clamps vs the MD starter...Enneguess was the backup
Bollinger got the start in goal
Harry on the starting mid...he's the new Reh IMO...will play both O and D Mid
Rees, who is the best player they have is actually on the top man up unit
The D is still suspect, but they were playing MD...gave up lots of goals around the crease
Coaches need to work on their substitutions...Watkins used to have this down...it was a mess yesterday.  This has to be Nagle's last year.  The new Asst looks like he is 14.   


I saw it differently. You have to break it up into quarters during fall ball. I saw SB beat Maryland in the second quarter and the game was close for most of the third quarter. I saw the manup unit move the ball easily against Maryland and should have had 4 or 5 goals. Instead of 1 and a pipe. I mho this can be cleaned up easily. I saw some freshmen play well and felt like the coaches were mixing alot of kids into the game. My takeaway was very positive. They played Harvard to a 2 goal game with Harvard scoring very late. Harvard game was very even.

Fall ball is about a long bench and seeing what you have

I had mostly positive takeaway too for only seeing 45 minutes...didn't really say anything negative other than the D was average and the substitutions on the fly need work.


calling for the coaches job after 1 fall ball tournament is not too positive.

I looked up other programs that we play and that I believe most would call good programs with good coaches and a bright future. Their record over the last 5 years:
Hofstra 43-30
Princeton 39-32
Fairfield 43-34
Lehigh 45-35
Stony Brook 45-35

2 winning seasons in 6 years and hasn't been to the NCAA's since 2012.


Give me a program similiar to SB that you feel is doing better. Yes the amount of NCAA appearances is disappointing. I believe SB has made their conference tournament the last 6 years. Any college lacrosse team in the nation, 1st major goal is to make your conference tournamnet ( it is considered the post season ) .  Team has been on national radar. Give me something tangible

due to only 16 NCAA spots . It is not so easy to make. I no other sport does top 20 teams NOT GET at large NCAA bids

I would argue that a 7-7 season and making the conference tournament is a success on some level. Definitely does not meet team goals I am sure but is not the disaapointment that you paint

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Re: SB Lacrosse 2018 Season
« Reply #25 on: November 04, 2017, 02:17:31 pm »
saw on LP that ellis, a grad student, is transferring.  anyone know to where?

Also no longer on the roster:

Devin Andrews
Jon Pfohl

Sure more will come

Any update on Munoz coming for the Spring Semester? could use another good middie





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Re: SB Lacrosse 2018 Season
« Reply #26 on: November 13, 2017, 09:37:25 am »
curious on who else you think will come, and the reasons for departure for pfohl and andrews.

if you follow the team on twitter, there are often short video clips of them working out and practicing.  looks like they are working hard on skills and putting in the extra reps.

also a bit more intel from a fan: http://network.laxpower.com/laxforum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=63506#p1545819
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« Reply #27 on: November 13, 2017, 10:48:19 am »
curious on who else you think will come, and the reasons for departure for pfohl and andrews.

if you follow the team on twitter, there are often short video clips of them working out and practicing.  looks like they are working hard on skills and putting in the extra reps.

also a bit more intel from a fan: http://network.laxpower.com/laxforum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=63506#p1545819


I had meant more departures to come as in Cusmano and Wolff - no longer on the roster

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« Reply #28 on: November 13, 2017, 10:56:13 am »
that's another nisky recruit out, along with pfohl.  byrne too- is he still IR?
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« Reply #29 on: November 13, 2017, 03:10:48 pm »
that's another nisky recruit out, along with pfohl.  byrne too- is he still IR?

Aiden Byrne left at the end of last season and was expected to show on the Monmouth Roster. I don't see him?
Gotta believe the SB - Nisky connection has taken a hit.