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Men's soccer / Re: D3 All Americans
« on: February 15, 2019, 05:11:38 pm »
Thank you for not loading the 1st team with 8 forwards ;-)

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Men's soccer / Re: National "Signing" Day
« on: February 12, 2019, 08:03:55 pm »
EDP league posted the following.  I'm not sure how many are already noted above by OldNed, so apologies in advance for any duplicates...

Will Tarpine, Albright College, Maryland United 00/01 Premier
Hunter Martin, Alvernia University, South Central PA Soccer Academy
Matt McCabe, Arcadia University, Westmont Premier SA
Caleb Bush, Bridgewater College, Lehigh Valley United
Jack Tapplett, Cabrini College, Westmont Premier SA
Nate Perrins , Catholic University , Lower Merion- u18 Galaxy 
Devin Lebel , Centenary College , Magpies SC
Michael Lanfear, Clarkson University, Alleycats Arsenal
Bruce Doyle, Connecticut College, TSF Academy
Nick Rogers, Connecticut College, TSF Academy
Henry Schwartz, Denison University, STA 2001 Boys
Tim O'Hare, Dickinson College, Lower Merion SC Rats
Owen Stahl, Drew University, STA 2001 Boys
Jason Reardon, Drew University , Jersey Crew SC Predators
Aidan Link, Eastern University, Lehigh Valley United
Derek Buhrman, Eastern University, South Central PA Soccer Academy
Jared Whitehorn, Eastern University, Lehigh Valley United
Zach Raffino, Elmira College, Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals - 01 Boys Black
Cole Hendricks, Emory College, Baltimore Celtic 2000
Christian Clark, Franklin & Marshall College, FCUSA NJ 00/01B Blue
Henry Cooke, Franklin & Marshall College, Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals - 01 Boys Black
William Micheletti, Franklin & Marshall College, Lower Merion SC Rats
Lucas DiGiaccomo, Gettysburg College, STA 2001 Boys
Mathew Tennant, Gettysburg College, YMS
Joseph Simon, Goucher College, FCUSA NJ 00/01B Blue
Sam Meyerowitz, Hamilton College, FCUSA NJ 00/01B Blue
Sam Webber, Hamilton College, United Philly Soccer
Alex Charest, Hartwick College, Syracuse Development Academy
Jake Zona, Hartwick College, Syracuse Development Academy
Sean Touey, Holy Family University, Lower Merion SC Rats
John McCarthy, Ithaca College, Baltimore Celtic 01
Kobe Crone, Lycoming College, Baltimore Celtic 2000
Brendan Duffy, Muhlenberg College, FC Copa Academy
Justin Siegel, Muhlenberg College, TSF Academy
Johnny Guimares, Penn State Berks, Westmont Premier SA
Daniel Chesner, Ramapo College, FC Copa Academy
Jordan Knapp, Rochester Institute of Technology, Syracuse Development Academy
Nick Feldman, Rosemont, Cherry Hill FC Tsunami 00
Chad Yates, Rowan University , Washington United Arsenal
Corey Haines, Rowan University , Washington United Arsenal
Devon Piro, Rowan University , Washington United Arsenal
Jake Logar, Rowan University , Washington United Arsenal
Wilby Alfred, Rowan University , Wall SC Sting
Julian Randall , Rutgers Newark , Magpies SC
Julian Randall, Rutgers-Newark , Magpies SC
Derick Kehn, Southern Vermont College, Alleycats Rangers 
Wil Lawson, Springfield College, Alleycats Arsenal
Connor Owenburg, SUNY Cortland , SUSA Elite 01
Riley Burke, SUNY Cortland , Syracuse Development Academy
Frank Schmidt, SUNY Maritime, Massapequa SC 2001 Elite
Ethan Brunell, SUNY Oneonta, Alleycats Arsenal
Ian Zingaro, SUNY Oneonta, Syracuse Development Academy
Nate Hanna, SUNY Oneonta, Syracuse Development Academy
Donny Ophals, SUNY Potsdam, Massapequa SC 2001 Elite
Ethan Ganard, Susquehanna University, PDA Shore Baggio
Sean Nolan, Swarthmore College, Baltimore Celtic 2000
Scott Marshall, Trinity College, Lower Merion SC Rats
Evan Farr, Union College, Alleycats Arsenal
Griffin Wada, University of Chicago, Lower Merion SC Rats
Max Brown, University of Mary Washington, Future Player Academy
Jaedan Joyce, University of Rochester, Future Player Academy
Ryan Cacace, University of Rochester, Syracuse Development Academy
Eric Wnorowski, Vassar College, Wall SC Sting
John Peterson, Washington & Lee, Baltimore Celtic 2000
Ethan McMillen, Washington & Lee, Bethesda SC Blue 00
Harrison Malone, Washington College, LMSC Rats
Bergen Criswell, Wells College, Alleycats Arsenal
Gabe Comenzo, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Alleycats Arsenal
Max Chammorro, York College, Westmont Premier SA

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Men's soccer / Re: CCIW
« on: February 04, 2019, 03:06:06 pm »
They hired David Draiman from Disturbed?

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Men's soccer / Re: Coaching Carousel
« on: January 22, 2019, 11:19:50 am »
A new coach, and soon a league with no AQ. Coincidence? What's the future look like for CNU?

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Men's soccer / Re: 2017 South Atlantic
« on: December 12, 2018, 01:10:43 pm »

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Men's soccer / Re: The Big Dance
« on: December 10, 2018, 05:20:17 pm »
Kind of nitpicky, but I don't think people put F&M over Haverford very much here. Obviously, this is just a gut feeling.

I never count out the Fords, from personal experience. ;-)

Agreed.  daddyEzK simply took offense that Haverford wasn't given the love he felt they deserved (understandable since his kid is on the team).  However, any "shade" given to Haverford was probably due in large part to having a new coach and losing 4 of their first 7 games.  I believe Haverford usually gets plenty of love, if there such a thing, though daddy is new to the boards this year so his experience is limited. Just my two cents.

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Men's soccer / Re: The Big Dance
« on: December 08, 2018, 04:23:27 pm »
Welcome DucksFan.  I loosely follow the Ducks as there are plenty of local players on the roster and I'm always curious to see the transition from HS to college.  It'll be nice to see another NJ voice on the boards.

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Men's soccer / Re: 2018 NCAA Tournament Bracket Challenge
« on: December 04, 2018, 03:32:42 pm »
Maybe there needs to be a SoS type calculation to determine if you can advance after the first two rounds  ;D

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Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: December 04, 2018, 12:52:06 pm »
Ferrigno ALWAYS played a flat 4-4-2 which was a common formation in the 80's/90's. He would constantly yell at his two strikers to stay together.

Yup. As a striker in the earl 90's, I was constantly told to be "10 yards at all times" from my striker partner. 

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Men's soccer / Re: The Big Dance
« on: December 04, 2018, 12:46:54 pm »
Carnegie Mellon and Johns Hopkins both have excellent engineering programs. In fact, I believe JHU has the #1 ranked biomedical engineering program in country.

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Men's soccer / Re: The Big Dance
« on: November 30, 2018, 02:50:13 pm »
After watching Tufts/Roch 1st half, does anyone beside me get the feeling that Calvin will win by 2-3 goals in the final?

Wouldn't make that mistake. Tufts after all gritted out a 1-0 2OT result in the Final against Calvin in 2016...and I think most would say that Calvin had the better chances throughout the game.

Fair enough.  But man, Calvin just seems to be playing as a cohesive unit.

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Men's soccer / Re: The Big Dance
« on: November 30, 2018, 02:45:00 pm »
After watching Tufts/Roch 1st half, does anyone beside me get the feeling that Calvin will win by 2-3 goals in the final?

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Men's soccer / Re: The Big Dance
« on: November 30, 2018, 12:04:14 pm »
Time to see what Chicago coach is made of.  They haven't been down 2 goals all season.

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Men's soccer / Re: 2018 Season - National Perspective
« on: November 30, 2018, 10:13:08 am »
What a joke. I have a huge issue with these teams.  8/15 on first team are forwards? If you have to go to 15 players, why load up on forwards if every school plays with fewer forwards than midfielders and defenders.  Forward would be the least deserving of extra spots.

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Men's soccer / Re: The Big Dance
« on: November 29, 2018, 01:34:30 pm »

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