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Mid-Atlantic Region / Re: Landmark Conference
« on: October 12, 2017, 10:42:55 am »
To follow up on the last post Scranton loses Vitkus and his rebounds. We already know the issue that Scranton has had with rebounding... should be interesting who steps up.

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Men's soccer / Re: Mid-Atlantic Region
« on: October 10, 2017, 08:57:46 pm »
welp scranton got smoked 6-0. Time for me to start focusing on Basketball season.

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Mid-Atlantic Region / Re: Landmark Conference
« on: October 05, 2017, 07:42:09 pm »
Scranton's Roster up, no surprises...

 Brandon Feinberg didn't return.

Good catch, wonder why. Opportunity for a Forward/Center to step up...

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Mid-Atlantic Region / Re: Landmark Conference
« on: October 05, 2017, 05:28:02 pm »
Scranton's Roster up, no surprises...

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Men's soccer / Re: Mid-Atlantic Region
« on: October 05, 2017, 05:05:30 pm »
I saw the second half of Scranton-Drew. Scranton was denied on a PK and had a few chances in the 2nd half. Looks like Drew will have home field advantage in the playoffs. Also watched Etown-Moravian play to a 2OT draw.

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Men's soccer / Re: D3 soccer in Landmark conference
« on: October 04, 2017, 09:30:15 am »
Scranton vs Drew
Moravian vs E-town

Tonight..

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Men's soccer / Re: Mid-Atlantic Region
« on: September 28, 2017, 09:09:13 am »
Really excited for Elizabethtown-Scranton on Saturday night. Good feed from E-town and both teams need to avoid going 0-2 in conference in the worst way.

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Men's soccer / Re: D3 soccer in Landmark conference
« on: September 26, 2017, 07:31:34 pm »
Should we crown Drew now or later? They keep rolling...

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Men's soccer / Re: D3 soccer in Landmark conference
« on: September 22, 2017, 11:03:10 am »
Has any one watched Trenton State this year? I wasn't that impressed by Drew. ThoughT Trenton State held there own against a team everyone thought was really good. The outcome favors Drew but not sure the game favored them.

Trenton State? Thought it was the college of new jersey.

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Men's soccer / Re: Mid-Atlantic Region
« on: September 21, 2017, 10:18:06 am »
Very tough loss for Scranton. I thought it was an overall even game. Fords looked solid in possession while Scranton looked dangerous in the air and strong defensively. This one could have gone either way and a tough way for the Royals to lose in the closing seconds of the first overtime. Fords had the better of play during that overtime and it was a brilliant free kick by Janelli. Both teams will be ranked regionally and nationally, I would imagine, for the remainder of the season. Scranton needs to get back to there winning ways though after two tough home defeats in a row. Fords have a faltering F&M side next who are in an almost must win or die mode. 4 blemishes already for the Diplomats and they can't afford many more.

Amen. Scranton had a break out and run and turned the ball over leading to the foul with 45 seconds left. Need to get back on track against Moravian.

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Men's soccer / Re: D3 soccer in Landmark conference
« on: September 20, 2017, 09:53:23 am »
After the first couple games of the season I think it is safe to say that the conference is a little down this year and is a toss up between 4 different teams with 2/3 being front-runners.

Etown and Scranton will be outs as always and Drew is emerging as a force. Catholic is close behind in that 4 spot and Moravian is also trying to creep into the picture. Susquehanna, Goucher, and Juniata all have lots of work to do once conference play starts.

I'm on record as saying it's a 3 horse race with Drew, ETown, Scranton and then Catholic grabbing the #4.  If I had to pick 1-4, I'd go Drew, ETown, Scranton, Catholic

I think Moravian is in the mix. Let's see how the first weekend shakes out.

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Men's soccer / Re: D3 soccer in Landmark conference
« on: September 20, 2017, 09:01:44 am »
According to a release from the conference Drew leads the nation in scoring offense.

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Men's soccer / Re: 2017 Season - National Perspective
« on: September 19, 2017, 09:38:01 pm »
How last week's Top 25 fared:

#1    Calvin (6-0-0)      
   Sep. 13   at Trine (3-1-1) *    W 3-0
   Sep. 16   Hope (2-4-0) *    W 2-0
         
#2    Tufts (4-0-1)      
   Sep. 16   Connecticut College (3-0-2) *    T 0-0
   Sep. 17   Trinity (Conn.) (1-3-0) *    W 2-0
         
#3    Chicago (6-0-0)      
   Sep. 13   at #25 Loras (4-2-0)    W 3-0
   Sep. 16   at Aurora (5-3-0)    W 6-0
         
#4    Trinity (Texas) (6-1-0)      
   Sep. 12   Schreiner (2-5-0) *    W 2-0
   Sep. 15   University of Dallas (3-1-1) *    L 2-3
   Sep. 17   Colorado College (3-2-1) *    W 2-0
         
#5    Lycoming (7-0-0)      
   Sep. 13   Medaille (4-3-0)    W 2-0
   Sep. 16   at #13 Scranton (5-1-0)    W 3-1
         
#6    Rutgers-Newark (6-0-0)      
   Sep. 16   Rutgers-Camden (2-4-1) *    W 2-0
         
#7    Amherst (1-1-0)      
   Sep. 16   Middlebury (4-1-0) *    L 0-1
         
#8    Oneonta State (4-0-1)      
   Sep. 16   at Vassar (3-2-1)    T 1-1
         
#9    John Carroll (6-0-0)      
   Sep. 13   at Case Western Reserve (3-2-1)    W 1-0
   Sep. 16   Ohio Wesleyan (3-3-0)    W 5-4
         
#10    Haverford (4-1-1)      
   Sep. 13   Stevens (4-3-0)    W 1-0
   Sep. 16   at #14 Johns Hopkins (6-0-0) *    L 0-2
         
#11    Kenyon (4-1-2)      
   Sep. 13   at Marietta (4-1-1)    T 0-0
   Sep. 16   Thomas More (3-2-1)    T 1-1
         
#12    Messiah (5-1-0)      
   Sep. 13   Dickinson (3-2-1)    W 4-0
   Sep. 15   at #17 Rowan (6-2-0)    W 3-2
         
#13    Scranton (5-1-0)      
   Sep. 12   at Misericordia (0-6-0)    W 2-0
   Sep. 16   #5 Lycoming (7-0-0)    L 1-3
         
#14    Johns Hopkins (6-0-0)      
   Sep. 13   York (Pa.) (2-3-1)    W 4-1
   Sep. 16   #10 Haverford (4-1-1) *    W 2-0
         
#15    Washington and Lee (5-0-1)      
   Sep. 12   at Southern Virginia (3-4-0)    W 7-0
   Sep. 16   Capital (4-2-0)    W 4-0
         
#16    St. Thomas (6-1-0)      
   Sep. 13   Saint Mary's (Minn.) (4-3-0) *    W 2-1
   Sep. 16   at St. John's (1-3-1) *    W 5-1
         
#17    Rowan (6-2-0)      
   Sep. 13   Hood (4-3-0)    W 5-0
   Sep. 15   #12 Messiah (5-1-0)    L 2-3
   Sep. 16   New Jersey City (4-2-1) *    W 6-0
         
#18    Carnegie Mellon (4-1-0)      
   Sep. 15   Westminster (Pa.) (3-4-1)    W 4-0
         
#19    Cortland State (6-1-0)      
   Sep. 13   Alfred (1-4-0)    W 3-0
   Sep. 16   St. Lawrence (2-3-1)    W 3-1
         
#20    Brandeis (4-1-0)      
   Sep. 13   WPI (4-2-0)    W 2-1
   Sep. 16   Elms (0-5-0)    W 6-0
         
#21    Gettysburg (5-0-0)      
   Sep. 16   at Washington College (1-5-0) *    W 3-0
         
#22    Wartburg (3-1-1)      
   Sep. 17   Macalester (4-2-1)    L 0-1
         
#23    Lynchburg (4-1-1)      
   Sep. 14   Mary Washington (4-1-1)    L 1-2
   Sep. 17   at Oglethorpe (4-2-0)    W 1-0
         
#24    Stockton (6-0-1)      
   Sep. 13   at Arcadia (4-1-1)    T 0-0
   Sep. 16   Kean (3-2-1) *    W 1-0
         
#25    Loras (4-2-0)      
   Sep. 13   #3 Chicago (6-0-0)    L 0-3
   Sep. 17   Carthage (3-2-1)    W 4-0

Thanks for taking the time to do this!!

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Men's soccer / Re: 2017 Season - National Perspective
« on: September 15, 2017, 09:27:57 pm »
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