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Lacrosse, track, cross country, softball / Re: Lacrosse
« on: Yesterday at 11:58:58 pm »
Should be a good game tomorrow when the Middlebury Ladies face off against the defending champion Cortland Red Dragons in the National Semifinals of the NCAA Lacrosse tournament. I think the Cortland Ladies will defend their title but if anyone can stop them from doing so it could be the Panthers. Still I'm betting Vandy, that the drinks will be on him when he makes his visit to Memorial Hall this coming basketball season. Wish these two were meeting in the championship game instead of the semifinals. Don't think that the Red Dragons will win this one by a 14 or 16 goal margin like their previous 3 NCAA games. I see a final score of something like a 15-9 Cortland win.

Hoping that the Cortland Ladies can gain a measure of revenge against the NESCAC for the whipping the Tufts Men put on the Cortland Men in the 2nd round of the NCAA Lacrosse tournament. I expect the Jumbos will make it 3 National Titles in a row when they take on Salisbury on Sunday for all the marbles. The Jumbos marched through New York beating Cortland, Ithaca and St Lawrence, all by double digit margins. Can you say juggernaut? Rooting for the Jumbos to keep the title in the Northeastern part of the country.

Cortland Men trying to repeat as the National Champions in baseball. They won their first game today in the DIII World Series as the D3 National Pitcher of the Year, Cortland's Seth Lamando, threw a shutout against Emory University and defeated the Eagles by a 1-0 score in a pitcher's duel. Lamando had 10 strikouts and scattered 6 hits. He improved his season's record to 10-0 and lowered his ERA to a miniscule 0.72  Cortland's  Paul Dondero homered to account for the only run in the game.
         

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: Yesterday at 10:13:05 pm »
jdex,
Checked 3 different sites but none of them give the pitch count for either starter. Don't understand the lack of info.

Great game by the Red Dragons as Lamando showed why he was chosen as the D3 Pitcher of the Year. Superb defense by Cortland as well to get out of several jams with some fine fielding. Amazing to see both hurlers come back out and pitch after sitting out the long rain delay. The boys in the Big Leagues don't do that.

Looks like Cortland may play Trinity Texas tomorrow as they lead Wisconsin La Crosse 3-0 after 4 innings when the game was halted because of more rain.

Game was resumed and at midnight Eastern time Trinity is now ahead by a score of 6-0. Trinity will be batting in the bottom of the 8th.

Trinity defeats Wisconsin La Crosse 8-0. Cortland will face the Tigers at 2:15 PM this afternoon (Saturday). Emory meets Wisconsin La Crosse in an elimination game at 11 AM.

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 09, 2016, 03:11:27 am »
jdex,

I see that nephew Sam is having another superb year. Could he go back to back POY? Also see that Sam has a younger brother that looks like a good hurler and a decent infielder as well. Leads the team with an ERA of 1.38.

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Lacrosse, track, cross country, softball / Re: Lacrosse
« on: May 09, 2016, 03:03:22 am »
Magicman.....how does one stop a RED Dragon? >:(


amh63,

Need to find St. George and then I'm not even sure if he could do the job.  ;D

On Sunday the Red Dragon Ladies won the SUNYAC Championship in softball without suffering a defeat in the playoffs.

Also on Sunday the Red Dragon Men won the SUNYAC Championship in baseball and were undefeated in tournament play as well. Cortland will undoubtedly retain their #1 ranking in the country and will host the upcoming NCAA NY Regional.   

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 08, 2016, 04:27:00 pm »
Congratulations to the Red Dragons on another SUNYAC title. Red Dragon ladies also win the softball championship, giving Cortland 4 YAC titles in 2 days. Heady stuff!! 8-)

Good job again this season for keeping us so well informed, jdex. Plus K.

Good luck to all the Red Dragon teams in pursuit of more National Championships. Hope you go 4 for 4, but I'll be happy with a couple. 

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Lacrosse, track, cross country, softball / Re: Lacrosse
« on: May 07, 2016, 09:30:57 pm »
Cortland State once again trying for a stranglehold on the spring sports championships. Men's Lacrosse team won the SUNYAC title today beating Brockport 7-6.

The Women's Lacrosse team won their 37th straight game over the past two years defeating Brockport today 16-11 to win the SUNYAC championship again. The Red Dragons are the top ranked team in the nation and will be looking to defend their National Championship they won last year.

The Red Dragon softball team remains undefeated in the YAC tournament and will face Buffalo State on Sunday for the championship. The Bengals will have to defeat Cortland twice to claim the title. Good luck with that.

And that brings us to the defending National Champion baseball team who is undefeated in the SUNYAC championship after today's games. The Red Dragon's will face Oswego on Sunday for the title. THe Lakers will have to win 2 games to dethrone the Red Dragons. 

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New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 07, 2016, 09:20:59 pm »
Cortland State once again trying for a stranglehold on the spring sports championships. Men's Lacrosse team won the SUNYAC title today beating Brockport 7-6.

The Women's Lacrosse team won their 37th straight game over the past two years defeating Brockport today 16-11 to win the SUNYAC championship again. The Red Dragons are the top ranked team in the nation and will be looking to defend their National Championship they won last year.

The Red Dragon softball team remains undefeated in the YAC tournament and will face Buffalo State on Sunday for the championship. The Bengals will have to defeat Cortland twice to claim the title. Good luck with that.

And that brings us to the defending National Champion baseball team who is undefeated in the SUNYAC championship after today's games. The Red Dragon's will face Oswego on Sunday for the title. THe Lakers will have to win 2 games to dethrone the Red Dragons. 

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Potsdam State has hired a new coach and only had to go 10 miles down the road to find him. Jim Bechtel who has been the coach at SUNY-Canton for the past few years will take over the Bears

This seems like a good hire for the Bears. Canton has improved steadily under his guidance. Seems like a good recruiter and has a solid 10 year resume.
Hope the Bears find their way back to respectability. Here's a link to the news release:

http://www.potsdambears.com/news/2016/4/28/bechtelMBB042916.aspx

The Lady Bears also got a new coach as Brittany Cohen, former 2 time SUNYAC Player of the Year at Cortland State just a few years ago, will take over the reins of the women's basketball program. Cohen's grandfather was longtime Bear's assistant coach Stan Cohen, who passed away last year. Her dad is Hal Cohen who was a starter for Syracuse University's basketball team back in the late 70's. Britanny's most recent job was working for the NBA's Dallas Mavericks. Here's the news release on her hire:

http://www.potsdambears.com/news/2016/4/28/cohenWBB042816.aspx   

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It was nice to see 3 SUNYAC teams in the final D3hoops poll.

Oswego at #21, Cortland State at #28 and Plattsburgh State at #29. With a little luck we could have had 3 teams in the Top 25.

Next year will find another extremely competitive conference race. I think Cortland and Plattsburgh have the nucleus for another decent season. Oswego lost a lot of talent but with Brian Sortino and Mykelle Krecko back they have possibilities. Geneseo only lost 2 players and with Justin Ringen and John Decker returning, they will be in the playoffs.   Brockport should be solid again as well, with 5 of their top 6 scorers back. Fredonia will look to move up the ladder as they should continue to improve.

Everybody could be chasing Buffalo State though as I think they return more talent than anybody. How all that talent comes together on the court will be the question mark, but right now they are the frontrunners, I believe.  Of course after seeing my Cardinals when they come back in the fall I might change my mind.  ;D  I do know we'll have one or two surprises to unveil. 8-)

Practice starts in 170 days.       

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God must have something really special planned for Buffalo State next season!

Another young member of the BENGALS family has passed away!  Hezekiah Johnson, became a honorary member of the BENGALS this past season. I was his ride to and from our home games, so we often had chances to talk away from the court. He even traveled with the team for road games at Brockport, Fredonia and Geneseo. We even went to play Lazertron and went to see "Star Wars" Christmas night. He had an infectious happy spirit which everyone on the team enjoyed. For all the stuff he was going through, he never complained!

http://www.buffalostateathletics.com/news/2015/12/7/MBB_1207155139.aspx

He passed away, at the age of 18 years old last week. Funeral is tomorrow!

May "Hezzie" rest in peace!

BENGAL family...... forever!


Sorry to hear that news Champ. I remember when that news article making him an honorary Bengal was released back in December. Sad that he couldn't get the kidney that would have given him a new lease on life.

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Future's Tournament League
« on: April 13, 2016, 11:41:58 pm »
 Round 1
1. Greek Tragedy - Joey Flannery - Babson
2. magicman - Johnny McCarthy - Amherst
3. Ronk - Marcus Carter - Christopher Newport
4. FC Grizzlies - Nate Axelrod - Ohio Wesleyan
5. NCF - Alex Sorenson - North Central
6. Hoops Fan - Tim Daly - Christopher Newport
7. 7express - Connor Raridon - North Central

Round 2
8.   7Express - D.J. Devalk- St. Norbert
9.   Hoops Fan - Aaron McFarland - Christopher Newport
10. NCF - Jeff Racy - Amherst
11. FCGrizzlies - Tom Palleschi - Tufts
12. Ronk - Michael Blaszczyk - Benedictine
13. magicman - Dan Fanelly - Wooster
14. Greek Tragedy - Tahron Harvey - Benedictine

Round 3
15. Greek Tragedy -  Isaiah Nelson - Babson
16. magicman - Ben Simpson - Ohio Wesleyan
17. Ronk - Tim Howell - Whitman
18. FC Grizzlies - Juwan Henry - North Park
19. NCF - Matt St. Amour - Middlebury
20. Hoops Fan - Jordan Robinson - North Park
21. 7express - Vincent Pace- Tufts

Round 4
22. 7express - Shonteay Lovell- Albertus Magnus
23. Hoops Fan - Seth Clark - Ohio Wesleyan
24. NCF - Grant Schaeffer - UST
25. FCGrizzlies - Kenny Love - Whitworth
26. Ronk - Ben Bobinski - St. Norbert
27. magicman - Cam Haslam - Chapman University
28. Greek Tragedy - Jaqhawn Walters - Albertus Magnus

Round 5
29. Greek Tragedy - Spencer Williams - Wooster
30. magicman - Derek Magnuson - Bethel
31. Ronk - Jay Howard - Catholic
32. FC Grizzlies - Sterling Holmes - Texas Lutheran
33. NCF - Terrence Garner - St. Norbert
34. Hoops Fan - David Linane - John Carroll
35. 7express - Keegan Ryan- St. John Fisher

Round 6
36. 7express - Khory Moore - Virginia Wesleyan
37. Hoops Fan - Jamail Stanley - SUNY-Old Westbury
38. NCF - A.J. Edwards - Marietta
39. FCGrizzlies - Tyheim Monroe - Cabrini
40. Ronk - Brandon Federici - F&M
41. magicman - Jade Dawson- Amherst
42. Greek Tragedy - David George - Amherst

Round 7
43. Greek Tragedy - Kevin Regimbal - CNU
44. magicman - Bridgeport Tusler - Bethel 
45. Ronk - Steven Weidlich - Susquehanna
46. FC Grizzlies - Ty Sabin - Ripon
47. NCF - Christian McDonald - Whitman
48. Hoops Fan - Sam Borst-Smith - Rochester
49. 7express - Dizel Wright - Keene State

Round 8
50. 7express - Tarchee Brown - Eastern Connecticut
51. Hoops Fan - Kamahl Walker - Endicott
52. NCF - Jason Beckman - Alma
53. FCGrizzlies - Reece Dupler - Wooster
54. Ronk - Bradley Jacks - Babson
55. magicman - Mitch Balser - Wooster
56. Greek Tragedy - Christian Jurlina - Whitworth

Round 9
57. Greek Tragedy - Raheem Anderson - Husson
58. magicman - Daniel Aronowitz - Williams
59. Ronk - Gordon Jeter - Salisbury
60. FCGrizzlies - Mack Montague - Rochester
61. NCF - Rayshard Brown - Christopher Newport
62. Hoops Fan - Tarik Smith - Tufts
63. 7express - Cole Van Schyndel - UW Whitewater

Round 10
64. 7express - Justin Ringen - Geneseo
65. Hoops Fan - Nick Comenale - Babson
66. NCF - Harrison Blackledge - Hope
67. FCGrizzlies - Doug Caputo - John Carroll
68. Ronk - Wyatt Smith - Salisbury
69. magicman - Jon Patron - Plattsburgh State
70. Greek Tragedy

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Future's Tournament League
« on: April 13, 2016, 11:41:39 pm »
With the 69th pick in the Early Bird NCAA Fantasy League my final selection is far from being irrelevant as he was the Rookie of the Year in the SUNYAC conference and his injury in the semifinals of the conference tournament was the reason Plattsburgh lost to Oswego. With him, I think Plattsburgh would have made a serious run in the NCAA tournament. We would have held the sectional instead of Tufts had we made the Sweet 16 and we were a better team than Cortland who lost to Amherst in the final 5 seconds of the game. Without him I knew we were in trouble.

I just have to hope Plattsburgh can make it to the Dance next year.

Jon Patron has a good chance of becoming the all time leading scorer in Plattsburgh State history. 369 points his freshman year and he came off the bench. Next year I believe he'll average a double-double. This year he had 14.3 points per game and 7.3 rebounds per game.   

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Future's Tournament League
« on: April 13, 2016, 11:30:36 pm »
Someone likes Salisbury.  ???  ;D  :)

Who's Wyatt Smith?

Wyatt Smith I'm guessing was injured this year an will be back for his senior season next year. In the 2014-15 season he averaged 14.7 ppg and grabbed 7.9 rebounds per game. ronk did his homework but then it's in his region.

Speaking of injuries, who's Williams' point guard you were yapping about?

Mike Greenman. Went down after only 4 games this year.

My pick is coming right up.

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Future's Tournament League
« on: April 13, 2016, 09:11:33 pm »
Don't get mad when I take the guy from Stevens Point that you want.

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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Future's Tournament League
« on: April 13, 2016, 09:09:17 pm »
OK

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