Congratulations to the Marlins on a fine season. I believe the ODAC will win another championship soon. With several conference teams at this level, the competition helps us all get better!
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RMC faced a tough situation. Beating a good team three times in one season is almost impossible, the 4th time is even more so. Should not be forced into that situation until the final four, my opinion.We'll see ... work is killing me at the moment ... not many Saturdays off!
Good luck to the Marlins this coming weekend. I'll try my best to get there.
Hasa, short drive from Greensboro !!!!
Tom Palombo has done a great job for Guilford. The Quakers were 3-22 in 1999 and 6-19 in 2000. Tom took over in 2003 and he's had one losing season in 12 (13-14 in 2005-2006). I hope we can get back to ODAC champion and NCAA contender form!Given VWC's program prior to Macedo, what he's been able to accomplish is miraculous....Coach Polumbo was NO SLOUCH!! Hes done a great job at Guilford and he was the coach before Macedo....
Congrats to RMC on a great year. Obviously the odac is dominated by two teams at this point.Everybody else needs to step it up; recruiting, coaching, etc., or this trend will continue. We'll see if other odac schools will rise to meet the challenge.What he said ...
When was the last time a team went undefeated in the league and tourney? Great accomplishment and good luck to both RMC and VWC going forward.
Mansfield University in Pennsylvania. They dropped their D2 program about 10 years ago and now play in the Sprint league with Army, Navy, Penn, Cornell and Princeton.I've honestly never heard of the Sprint league ... is this a Club football program for students not playing varsity intercollegiate sports at the service academies or in the the three Ivy League schools you cite?
Well, RMC and VWC are both certain Pool C bids, so they've won enough games already to know they're going to the NCAA Tournament. Guilford and EMU will not advance to the NCAAs without winning the ODAC.I agree ... this is the way it shapes up.
HasaThanks. I am pleased to advance ... we've faltered in the quarterfinals the last few years.
Congrats on the win. Good luck vs. VWC. Sounds like they may be getting hot at the right time. Does RMC play EMC ? If so, that could be interesting.
HasaI know ... all in good fun. HSC beat the Quakers a couple of weeks ago, so it was "iffy" tonight. ODAC Player of the Year Matt McCarthy scored 23 on 6 of 8 three-pointers and 5 FTs as the Quakers top the Tigers tonight, 66-59. Our "reward" is drawing the Marlins in the semis.
I trust you know I'm joking. I've totally checked out this b'ball season, not seen one game, so I have no idea what I'm talking about. I went into shock the way football ended and have yet to recover.
HasaWe'll see! lol Hope you are wrong!
Plan to spend the weekend with your family, Quakers will not advance !!!!!
With apologies to Prince, it must be the poster formerly known as Scottie Too Hottie!The #6 Yellow Jackets (18-2 ODAC, 22-3 Overall) were the #1 seed in the 2004 ODAC Tournament and they lost to #8 Lynchburg in the first round.(Speaking as Scott Harris and not HSC Athletics) I was a manager for that Lynchburg squad
Sometime between then and now your hands stopped bleeding.
And he's no longer too hot.
Great honor for RMC and for ODAC - a conference known for knocking each other off.Yes, congratulations to RMC! When GC reached #1 in 2010, they promptly lost their next game at home to EMU!