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  1. 2019 Danes

    We made it to the final four this year! Do we think we need to tear down the UA program because of one kid's decision? Hell no! Every program needs to evolve, each year things are tweaked for one reason or another. I don't think his transfer says anything about a lack of structure and discipline. If anyone's transfer in or out gives the coaching staff ideas on bettering the program, so be it.... that's how running a sports program works. Someone said that 'jonesy' was mentioned in the stands by parents, saying he's a heck of a faceoff guy, and from the stats, it looks like Altimari has a 70percent high school fo rate, played football, and wrestled. I really don't want to hear any former player's name here anymore. It's getting old.
  2. 2018/2019 Schedule

    $iena can suck it
  3. 2019 Danes

    The incoming Owen Hill is listed as a middie/FO guy. If you aren't familiar with the two freshman we had on the squad this year, take a lookie...... Player Profile: Anthony Altimari Position: Faceoff Specialist Height: 6'1" Weight: 205 Year: Freshman Hometown: Yorktown Heights, N.Y. High School: Yorktown High School: Ranked the #6 incoming faceoff specialist in Class of 2017 by Inside Lacrosse... Played lacrosse, football and wrestling at Yorktown High... Led Yorktown to three New York State Class B Section I championships from 2015-17, helping team to combined 51-17 record in those years... Earned All-Section I honor and Section Championship Offensive MVP in 2017. also being a two-time Lohud All-Hudson Valley Second Team player... 70% face-off winner with 150 ground balls and 14 goals as a senior. Player Profile: Austin Jones Position: Faceoff Specialist Height: 5'9" Weight: 175 Year: Freshman Hometown: Northport, N.Y. High School: Northport Senior High School: Played four years of lacrosse at Northport... Career 70% faceoff winner in high school... Helped Northport win 35 games in final three years... Named Top-50 Long Island player in 2017 to watch by News12. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice... Son of Jim and Judy Jones... Has two sisters, Kaeleigh and Lindsay.
  4. 2019 Danes

    To me it’s a bitch move
  5. As for Canada, I am surprised as well considering we have Merrick Thomson. Not sure if people have forgotten, but Merrick lead the MLL in scoring in his final year before injury
  6. After hearing about ierlan, wonder how appealing transferring in seems now
  7. 2019 Danes

    Cornell doesn't give athletic scholarships, correct?
  8. 2019 Danes

    Spent a lot of time in the Czech Republic back in the early 2000s..... what’s your impression of Prague now?
  9. 2019 Danes

    So, now that all of the $iena hit the fan, are we hearing anything from anywhere about a transfer in? Any more rumors?
  10. 2019 Danes

    Hey TD, do the right thing, stay at Albany and honor your commitment to the Great Danes
  11. 2019 Danes

    I was reading on the lax forum that we had a face off stud committed from Long Island champ Islip who at the last minute switched his commitment to Navy. Anybody know who that kid was? Good example how it affects a program when a star player failis to live up to his commitment.
  12. 2019 Danes

    We made a commitment to the kid and to some extent, we have planned around him being in the program for two more years. There is no problem with him serving a penalty for breaking his commitment. He’s not going to pick Any America East school and most likely he wants to go to Cornell or Syracuse. Therefore, his penalty... conditional release forbidding transfer to either school.