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Not so much negative as trying to be realistic this year. Albany loses arguably its most accomplished senior class ever, the most high profile transfer maybe ever in college lacrosse leaves, two new coaches, and I think I heard a comment from Coach Marr that up to fifteen guys who have played very little could be counted on this year to contribute this season, and your top player misses the entire fall season.

That's a lot of transition. 

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I think/hope Tehoka steps forward. Unlike Connor & Lyle who led "quietly", Tehoka seems to be more fiery. A few times last year maybe too much so. But I agree with something you (2018) said in the past, how hard he worked and spending an extra year @ IMG to get to college. He was the number 1 recruit in the country for a reason and he certainly held his own in the FILA against some of the best players in the world (many older and more experienced.) I/We may never know what the fall absence was all about; and I absolutely agree had he been with the team, fall ball would have been a great place to bond and for him to assume the leadership position. Nevertheless, I fully expect/hope that the fire and desire in him comes roaring out this spring. Rutgers should be a good first test.

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On 12/29/2018 at 7:22 AM, AlbanyFan2018 said:

Not so much negative as trying to be realistic this year. Albany loses arguably its most accomplished senior class ever, the most high profile transfer maybe ever in college lacrosse leaves, two new coaches, and I think I heard a comment from Coach Marr that up to fifteen guys who have played very little could be counted on this year to contribute this season, and your top player misses the entire fall season.

That's a lot of transition. 

Absolutely.  Could be a tough year or it could be better than many think if the young guys step up.

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On 12/29/2018 at 2:05 PM, dslyank said:

I think/hope Tehoka steps forward. Unlike Connor & Lyle who led "quietly", Tehoka seems to be more fiery. A few times last year maybe too much so. But I agree with something you (2018) said in the past, how hard he worked and spending an extra year @ IMG to get to college. He was the number 1 recruit in the country for a reason and he certainly held his own in the FILA against some of the best players in the world (many older and more experienced.) I/We may never know what the fall absence was all about; and I absolutely agree had he been with the team, fall ball would have been a great place to bond and for him to assume the leadership position. Nevertheless, I fully expect/hope that the fire and desire in him comes roaring out this spring. Rutgers should be a good first test.

They will continue to play together from now until official start of the season.  Hopefully that part of things will be fine, should be.  Def has to be good and the middies and attack have to mesh.

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19 hours ago, HOF2013 said:

They will continue to play together from now until official start of the season.  Hopefully that part of things will be fine, should be.  Def has to be good and the middies and attack have to mesh.

I think the boys go back in about ten days or so for some bounding and then hit it. Looking forward to seeing them play against a very good Rutgers team on the 26th.

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15 hours ago, AlbanyFan2018 said:

I think the boys go back in about ten days or so for some bounding and then hit it. Looking forward to seeing them play against a very good Rutgers team on the 26th.

Is that a Scrimage?

 

 

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