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Re: SB Lacrosse 2019 Season
« Reply #30 on: July 09, 2018, 11:48:51 am »
I haven't followed lacrosse closely over the last few years, but with Fields gone and Lerlan transferring, the AE title seems up for grabs for the first time in a long time.

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Re: SB Lacrosse 2019 Season
« Reply #31 on: July 19, 2018, 01:07:02 pm »
I haven't followed lacrosse closely over the last few years, but with Fields gone and Lerlan transferring, the AE title seems up for grabs for the first time in a long time.

Let's hope but it’s unlikely. Nagel has a proven track record of 1 and done in the AE tournament. I'm sure Albany's backup FOGO is better than our non FOGO, and we don't have any defenders in the class of Nanticoke. Worst of all Nagel is still there. Expect more nothing. I'm sure we'll see our share of good players transferring from SB Nagel lax, it happens every year. 

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Re: SB Lacrosse 2019 Season
« Reply #32 on: July 19, 2018, 01:09:05 pm »
actually i read that ierlan's backup transferred too.

and their incoming FOGO decommitted in favor of juco.
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Re: SB Lacrosse 2019 Season
« Reply #33 on: July 27, 2018, 05:20:20 pm »
https://www.collegecrosse.com/2018/7/27/17619696/college-crosse-2018-men-s-lacrosse-year-in-review-37-stony-brook-seawolves-america-east-ryland-rees?utm_campaign=collegecrosse&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

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#37 Stony Brook Seawolves

Personnel Losses
Key seniors departing: D Kyle Abdellatif (30 GBs, 9 CTs, 2 Gs, 1 A), LSM Tyler Anderson (34 GBs, 4 CTs, 2 Gs, 33.3% faceoff draws), SSDM Matt Robison (20 GBs, 5 CTs, 2 Gs, 1 A), G Brandon Maciejewski (8.70 GAA, 52.9% SV %), FOGO Matt Philbin (51.7% faceoff draws)
Senior scoring departing: 8 of 217 points (3.7%)
Senior starts lost: 22 of 150 (14.7%)

The Seawolves had plenty of guys take faceoffs, with seven players taking at least 10 draws.

Looking Ahead
Stony Brook doesn’t lose a ton of scoring or starters. Abdellatif is the only main loss in regards to starters, but Anderson and Robison are also important on the “rope” unit. The offense returns all nine of their 10 or more point scorers. If you include Rees and his eight points, that’s their entire top 10.

The big question has to be what the Seawolves do at the faceoff position. Having seven guys take more than 10 draws, five of them at least 30 draws, doesn’t do a lot. Senior Matt Philbin was the only player to have a win percentage of at least 50%, but he graduates. Sophomore Tristan Dowd and freshmen John Ehlers and Nolan Enneguess need to find a way to stand out from one another in the fall to pull away and become the top FOGO for Stony Brook.

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