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Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: November 03, 2017, 10:17:01 pm »
Itís awesome to see the Camden fans so passionate about their program. The bottom line is that Kids have better options now. Two years in a row for Camden to miss the NCAA tournament doesnít make recruiting any easier.

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: November 02, 2017, 02:26:53 pm »
ill be the first person here to call this. Rowan season will be over in the first weekend of NCAAs.

Loser how does Camden look for the ECAC's?

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: November 01, 2017, 11:13:19 pm »
Stockton registered 1 shot on goal! And 5 shots attempted in 110 minutes. Shots where 26 to 5 and 10-1 SOG. Stockton came in hoping for pkís And almost got there. But letís not act like they came to play. Funny how you say how physical Stockton was but then say Rowan gets away with fouls. Itís always tough to beat conference opponents twice but more so when they sit in. The post and a few great saves by Stocktonís GK almost where enough. Not sure what happened after the game but I hate to see kids lose their cool. Now RUN comes back to Glassboro looking for the AQ. If Rowan gets the AQ could it be only one team from the NJAC? I donít think so! I think the winner on Saturday will host the first round.

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: October 26, 2017, 02:24:35 pm »
Lastguy who was the ref?

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: October 26, 2017, 01:07:42 pm »
To me it just further signifies the changing of the guard in the NJAC. The run that Camden had was nice, but it is clearly over. The loss to Stockton could be a dagger in recruiting as well.

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: October 25, 2017, 11:30:22 pm »
Looks like my predictions played out exactly as predicted! Off on a few scores but it is what it is. Camden is out at the hands of South Jersey rival Stockton. Not sure how Camden let that one slip! The are usually well coached enough to hold a lead with a minute left. Stockton slips in and now travels to Kean. I hope that Newark comes back to Glassboro to see a great NJAC final!

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: October 25, 2017, 11:31:23 am »
Current NJAC Standings heading into the final day.

2017 Men's Soccer Standings
School                             CPts   Conf            CPct.   Overall   Pct.       Streak
Rowan                              22           7-0-1   0.938   15-2-1   0.861   T1
Rutgers-Newark                       21   7-1           0.875   17-2           0.895   W2
Montclair State                       12   4-4           0.500   11-6-1   0.639   L1
Kean                                      12          4-4           0.500   9-6-1   0.594   W1
Stockton                               11   3-3-2   0.500   12-3-4   0.737   T1
William Paterson               11    3-3-2   0.500   10-4-3   0.676   T1
Ramapo                              10    3-4-1   0.438   8-9-1   0.472   T1
Rutgers-Camden               8           2-4-2   0.375   8-7-4   0.526   T1
The College of NJ               6           1-4-3   0.313   6-8-3   0.441   W1
New Jersey City                       1           0-7-1   0.063   4-11-2   0.294   L9

Todays matches:                                                                                                                                My Predictions
Montclair State University         New Jersey City         3 p.m.   Jersey City, NJ                        5-0 
The College of New Jersey         Rowan                 7:00 p.m.   Glassboro, NJ                        0-4
Ramapo College                         Kean                         7:30 PM   Union, NJ                                1-2
Stockton University                 Rutgers-Camden            7:30 PM   Camden, NJ                        0-0
William Paterson University         Rutgers-Newark         7:30 p.m.   Newark, NJ                        1-2

Predicted seeding for tournament
1-Rowan      Bye
2-Newark     Bye

Men's soccer / Re: 2017 Season - National Perspective
« on: October 20, 2017, 10:00:35 am »
Make up your mind Shooter. Your crying for Calvin who has played one of the softest schedules in the country by teams currently ranked in the region. Only 5 of the 45 ranked teams have played easier schedules than Calvin.
Last week your all over Rowan for not having a tougher schedule. Yet the numbers show only 9 of the 45 ranked teams played a tougher schedule than Rowan year to date. And by the way Rowan has a higher SOS than Messiah! Lol

Men's soccer / Re: 2017 Season - National Perspective
« on: October 16, 2017, 10:55:25 pm »
Shooter. Your clearly a Messiah homer. Your speaking from an uneducated perspective when it comes to scheduling. We will see what the SOS numbers look like soon enough. Coach Baker is in his fourth season in charge after taking over on the day before preseason in 2014! Under his guidance the program has gone 10-9, 16-6, 17-3-1 and this year looking at 17-2 entering the playoffs. With two losses that  fall flat on the shoulders of the keeper who is no longer starting. All I can say is your right Rowan hasnít done it yet in the Baker era. But they have taken over the NJAC and put themselves in position to again have Home field advantage. They had a team full of sophomores last year letís see what they get done with more upperclassmen playing this year.

Men's soccer / Re: 2017 Season - National Perspective
« on: October 15, 2017, 09:39:13 pm »
Rowan has turned from a teaching school from its inception to an engineering school with the change from Glassboro State to Rowan. The cumulative GPA of the team is above 3.0!

The Rowan University men's and women's soccer teams received the United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award for the 2016-17 academic year. The recipients were announced on Thursday.
The Profs were one of just 195 programs across all divisions to earn the award in both genders. A total of 813 teams (282 men, 531 women) were honored for posting a team grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher.

As for Tufts last year! Rowan didnít beat them obviously, but they only graduated one starter. Rowan is still a year away from having the Coaching staffs first recruiting class are seniors. That class has two sophomore all-Americans!

Men's soccer / Re: 2017 Season - National Perspective
« on: October 15, 2017, 12:17:50 am »
I agree. Rowan was able to shut down RUN all American Foward. They took over in the second half. #9 is a transfer from Montclair that had 11 goals as a freshman for them 2 years ago. Now heís at Rowan as a sophomore and is a total stud. Rowan added 6 new starters to the team that went 17-3-1 and graduated only 2 players. Their early season losses were to top 10 teams. They definitely have momentum after the big win tonight.

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: October 15, 2017, 12:05:21 am »
Crazy night in the NJAC!
Well this is the game that would most likely decide the regular season NJAC champ. Rutgers Newark traveled to Glassboro to take on Rowan. This game was back and forth early with both teams getting chances but Rowan had the better of play. In the second half Rowan took over but couldnít score. The game went to overtime where finally Rowan was able to get one past the little Rutgers Newark Keeper winning 1-0. This gives Rowan a clear path to home field advantage in the playoffs.

results from tonight...

TCNJ 3 - 0 Montclair
NJCU 0 - 1 Ramapo
William Patterson 1 - 1 Stockton
Kean 2 - 1 Rutgers Camden
Rowan 1 - 0 Rutgers Newark

Updated Standings

SCHOOL               CPTS      CONF   OVERALL
Rowan                 21       7-0   14-2
Rutgers-Newark         18       6-1   15-2
Montclair State         12       4-3   10-5-1
William Paterson.     10       3-3-1   9-4-2
Kean                          9       3-4   8-5-1
Ramapo                  9       3-4   8-8
Stockton                  8       2-3-2   10-3-3
Rutgers-Camden.      7       2-4-1   6-7-3
The College of NJ.     6       1-3-3   5-7-3
New Jersey City          1       0-6-1   4-8-2

Rowan has now realer off 9 straight since dropping a game to messiah that they should have won. (PK missed In Overtime) The team will be making its third straight NCAA appearance and is poised to make a deep run this year.

Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: October 12, 2017, 10:12:27 am »
I Don't follow the conference closely. I look on this thread do to the importance of the teams that come out of the conference nationally every year. However, I think that picking kids out who are "busts" is really not a good topic. It is unfair, as that is all based of of other people's opinions. These kids go out and play a game they love. Some kids hit their ceiling earlier than others. But calling kids out by name for not tearing it up is disheartening.

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: October 11, 2017, 06:03:49 pm »
On the schedule tonight.
                                           My prediction
Rowan at Rutgers Camden          ( 3-0 )

William Patterson at Montclair.     (2-3)

Tcnj at Stockton                         (0-2)

Ramapo at Rutgers Newark         (0-2)

Men's soccer / Re: NJAC
« on: October 09, 2017, 10:20:54 pm »
Agreed! The only way three get in is if someone other than RUN or Rowan win the AQ!

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