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Looking at the box score it seems like the Albany Midfield takes almost no shots (at least for this game). 17 of the 22 Albany shots were by the attack with only 5 from the midfield. Compare that to Bucknell who had 30 shots from their 3 starting midfielders alone accounting for 6 goals. I know shots from attack are usually higher percentage shots, but you have to let it fly from the midfield now and again. Even if they go wide you will most likely retain possesion. How does Caufield have 0 shots?


The other really disturbing thing about this team is the face-offs and ground balls. They seem to always lose these categories. That has to change if they want to have any success this year.

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Coming off an injury, Caulfield didn't start. How many minutes did he play?


Olson did well on faceoffs vs. UMass and in earlier games, but seems to have fallen off lately (9-21 vs. Bucknell). Other teams getting scouting reports?


UA also had three penalties (to one for Bucknell) and failed four clears (to 1). A large part of the shot differential has to be just not having possession of the ball. Is the a time-of-possession stat anywhere?


After watching the Marist game I was wondering if our defensemen are just a little slow getting to ground balls.

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