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  1. That is bad news for us. Though, probably good news for him.
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  2. That's a pretty strongly worded article calling for the dismissal of a college president in the Washington Post. I'm surprised it was published.
    1 point
  3. Received an email today from Justin that he is leaving UA June 10th. For those who do not know Justin, he was the Associate Director of Annual Giving. He was always a voice of reason and was always very responsive to questions or issues presented to him. He was always respectful to fans and donors and IMHO will be GREATLY missed. He always went to bat for fans, often battling others in the Athletic Administration in support of the everyday fan. On a personal note, my name would Not be on the plaque dedicating the new football stadium ( it was not Casey then) if not for Justin Brown.
    1 point
  4. Agreed. This is a loss for the athletic department. He was the only person there I could count on to be responsive/receptive when contacted. Nate Mason too.
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  5. Just another sign how far the AmEast has/is falling?????? UA and pretty sure umbc, brook and even bingo in their first round games over the years, never or at least mostly never took a first round "thrashing." UA even when eliminated in second round or qtrs over the years were always competitive at least. Even semi-final loss was certainly not a total trashing. Even this year as "bad" as UA was they did beat Cuse (even in a down year for them they are still an ACC power with a win against Duke, only one of their acc loses was by more than few goals and they came closer to anyone in the country to beating Maryland [10-14]. In UA's three IVY loses, they were in every game; and a single bad QTR in each game were basically the differences. VT did not have a single quality OCC win; with their best OCC win against Penn State (who though rated early finished out of the top 30.) Not trying to say UA was/is better than VT this year; obviously VT had UA's number the last couple of years. But still think with UA's young attack and midfield, and with Scott making the needed Defensive improvements, UA will be back to the top of the AmEast sooner than later.
    1 point
  6. the concept photos in that "release" make me really happy.
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  7. I was reminded by the numerous Instagram postings of individual sports teams announcing their members of the Class of 2022. This included both undergraduates and graduate students receiving degrees or certificates. To our student-athletes receiving degrees and certificates, congratulations....and if you are leaving us .... thank you for your efforts on our behalf. Wishing you success in your professional and personal life.
    1 point
  8. Army defenseman Marcus Hudgins entered the NCAA’s transfer portal on Thursday with two years of eligibility remaining, multiple sources told Inside Lacrosse. Named a preseason first-team All-American heading into 2022, Hudgins did not suit up for the Black Knights this spring due to personal reasons. OK, Scott go get him!
    1 point
  9. I think we have all waken up to the evolution of DI Lacrosse....after the 2018 season.... UAlbany had to face the impact of the transfer portal .... however we felt that our successes would allow us to recruit successfully ....our efforts have not led to a return appearance to the NCAA tournament .... the top one hundred players, for the most part, want to go to an Ivy Conference Team .... Big Ten Team .... and the ACC .....rest assured the ACC Teams have made a big effort to re-restock and return to prominence next year.... per Inside Lacrosse Syracuse has one of their best recruiting classes.... Big Ten and the ACC schools have the budgets ..... Ivy Conference have a storied educational background.....and money ..... with the numbers of teams playing DI lacrosse increasing .... it appears the talent outside the top one hundred is now diluted and the competition from the Top Tier DIII schools for talent
    1 point
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