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Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: September 24, 2014, 06:29:04 pm »
Haha, not sure about that.  Good soccer coach though.

Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: September 24, 2014, 06:19:14 pm »
No I am not, I have watched Glaser 5 times now, I am aware there are better teams than Colby-Sawyer.  Rashid is a fantastic player but deadly we won't see him this fall, and he missed a portion of last fall.  He is certainly worth debate though.  Santos was the best freshman I have seen but is defensively lazy, drifts out of tough games and has regressed every year.

Top 5 in order for me.

1 - Glaser (Midd)
2 - Rashid (Williams)
3 - Muralles (Williams)
4 - Jones (Bowdoin)
5 - Santos (Tufts)


Interesting note, I believe Amherst the best team despite not having any of the top five players.  Serpone does a wonderful job, regardless on thoughts of how he goes about it.

Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: September 24, 2014, 05:21:30 pm »
How can the conferences best player have no left foot.

Many said David Beckham had no left foot, and Maradona no right, they played much bette revel than NESCAC so maybe it could be the case?  I am going on game impact I have seen admitting I don't see very game, we can all pick flaws in very player in the conference.  Surely better debate to say who you think is best, rather than shoot down another?

Men's soccer / Re: NESCAC
« on: September 24, 2014, 04:29:20 pm »

UNE 0 Bowdoin 2

Bowdoin seem to lack some of the toughness seen on previous years, but the winger Jones is a tremendous player.  Pretty standard win that was expected, with lively freshman Di Stefano netting.  I think Di Stefano has a bright future in the conference.

Coast Guard 1 Conn College 0

Very surprising result.  Ken Murphy is a tremendous recruiter and motivator, and I believe every year will see Conn make the break up the league.  Must be disheartening, but expect the Camels to bounce back.   Hilmonaz injured but looked a blaze of energy in the early fall last season.

Colby 2 USM 0

Colby continue the trend of winning out of conference and losing in conference that goes back over 2 years.  From my knowledge, USM is among weaker out of conference foes NESCAC teams face.  Not many players on Colby grab the eye outside of defender Stanton.

Middlebury 3 Colby-Sawyer 0

Watched second half of this game.  Fully believe sophomore forward Glaser is the conference's best player.  Dominant win for a resurgent squad (remember when Saward was finished in some eyes).

RPI 1 Williams 1

Can only imagine this is a good result for RPI, as Williams a good squad despite the surprising Amherst beating.  Freshman forward Sisco-Tolomeo one to keep an eye on. Shows Russo will not go the Sir Alex Ferguson route of leaving cupboard bare for successor.

Bates 0 MMA 2

Tough times for the Bobcats despite a 30-6 advantage in shots, surprising given some of the talent on the roster.  Sophomore Knot has 8 career goals and midfielder Moyo was a scholarship player at Creighton.  Flaherty coaching for his future.

Hamilton 2 Utica 1

Late winner lifts Continentals to a win.  Seen this squad twice, and Nizzi infuses a wonderful energy into the group.  2 goal scorer and all-NESCAC striker Kraynak started his Hamilton career as a defender.

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