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Men's soccer / Re: MIAA
« on: March 21, 2018, 05:17:19 pm »
One thing that jumped out at me when I looked at Hope's roster was they only graduated one senior. Brandt will certainly have a lot of experience back to build on.

Men's soccer / Re: Hot Stove Action
« on: March 06, 2018, 05:52:57 pm »
Here are some additional commits to be added....

Stephen Zuluaga, Dover HS NJ, Ramapo
Slater Bushen, Upstate United SC, SUNY Oswego
Domeniko Skrelja, Watertown HS CT, St. Josephs CT
Benjamin Cawood, Montgomery HS CA, Marin FC, Babson

Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: March 06, 2018, 09:34:31 am »

Coach Wheeler of Wesleyan gave the approximate RANGE of SAT scores on the team, but not the mean and the median.  TyWebb's post provides a context in which to view that range.  Maybe it's only one player with a low SAT.

Ommadawn, it sounds like you recall that meeting better than I did or a similar one you attended at Wesleyan. I appreciate the clarification.

Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: March 04, 2018, 07:23:42 pm »
Hello Mom1234,

I'm new to the board also, my son just completed his college search process and I'm happy to relay a few things to you about some schools that have come up in the discussion.

Vassar - Coach Jennings seems like a nice guy and a straight shooter. He was a terrific communicator and was always very prompt
             to return emails and calls to my son. I'm no great judge of style of play, but watching their games via streaming last season I wouldn't call them direct.
             My son is a defender so I have to admit, we didn't discuss attacking styles. Vassar always seems to be in the mix for the Liberty League title
             which was appealing. As far as your son's SAT score (1250-1300 your guessing), I would think he would have a very decent chance of acceptance, especially with a tip from the coach.
             Vassar still attracts many more women than men. The most recent College Data indicates that Vassar accepted 55% of all men who applied.  Pretty good odds, especially for such
             a good school.

Wesleyan - Son did a one day ID camp. One take away from it, Coach Wheeler (who seemed personable) mentioned in a parent only meeting that if your SAT score was below 1300, if I recall correctly, that you would be better off looking somewhere else. The fact that Wesleyan hasnt' been as competitive in the NESCAC recently did factor into my son's decision not to pursue, academically it wasn't an issue.

Best of luck, and if I think of anything else that may be helpful, I'll be sure to relay.

Men's soccer / Re: Hot Stove Action
« on: February 15, 2018, 04:36:44 pm »
Hello all,

Thrilled to have recently found this site and all the great discussions about soccer. Reading through the threads I am impressed by the passion for and depth of knowledge of D3 soccer.
As a neophyte to D3 soccer, this is a great landing spot.


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