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40 minutes ago, GreatDanes06 said:

This also isn't UMass-Lowell and Stony Brook

They won and looked damn good for the most part...with Fields playing like he did, I have much more confidence going into the Quarterfinals.

I disagree. They won but didn’t play with hunger, urgency, good slides or ball movement until the middle of the second half of the third period.  

We must play better against ND/Denver or we will get smoked

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I expect CF to get the start. I can't say I have inside information....but maybe I do..... or maybe I am hoping my fellow West Genny Alum Chemotti sees this and forms his game plan around it. Either w

We thought almost 3 weeks (before Bing/Yale weekend) would help him but really didn't  but I think most of us agree,  dress him but shackle him to bench unless absolutely needed.

They have to use an entire group of criteria to make their determinations and Syracuse, based on strength of schedule finished ahead of them.

I'm just happy to see Connor out there playing well.  I really hope he can stay healthy because if he can play like that and run the offense like he did, we will once again be very hard to beat. 

Overall, solid win. 

 

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Sec 107 was noisy and I was under a #$&@ing persistent drip from the top deck. Richmond was good but did not have enough firepower. I think the slick field definitely gave the advantage to the offense on both sides. Some of Tehoka’s plays were like sending the FB up the gut. Those close quarters passes inside were a thing of beauty. One of TN’s was just shy of a Sports Center top ten. I was very satisfied with effort. Every time UR closed it to 3 the team responded. UMass gave Yale a tussle. 

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45 minutes ago, Dane96 said:

I disagree. They won but didn’t play with hunger, urgency, good slides or ball movement until the middle of the second half of the third period.  

We must play better against ND/Denver or we will get smoked

I agree that there was a short time against the zone when we did not move the ball well BUT you said the defense did not play well, I disagree with that.  The defense played well

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34 minutes ago, jimbo said:

Sec 107 was noisy and I was under a #$&@ing persistent drip from the top deck. Richmond was good but did not have enough firepower. I think the slick field definitely gave the advantage to the offense on both sides. Some of Tehoka’s plays were like sending the FB up the gut. Those close quarters passes inside were a thing of beauty. One of TN’s was just shy of a Sports Center top ten. I was very satisfied with effort. Every time UR closed it to 3 the team responded. UMass gave Yale a tussle. 

Only closed to 3 once after the 1st Q.

We scored 5 - 4 - 4 - 5 - pretty even I'd say.

Richmond 2 -3 - 3 - 1

 

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23 minutes ago, UAalum72 said:

TU says attendance was 4,800. I guess as an attraction SoCon champ Richmond is not defending national champ North Carolina.

I had the same exact thought!  Still pretty good for a 1st round game.  No?

 

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Not a bad effort.  I know, 18 goals and I am complaining.   Still could be more efficient, many shots in 1st half not strong and right into goalies stick.  Tehoka is wacky.  The toughest shots he scores and the easy wide open ones are easy saves.  He also is good for at least 2 shots a game where he has back to goal and fires at least 10 feet wide lol.  Great to see Connor play and play well and stay healthy.  That draining helped tremendously.   TD great.   JD a little off in 1st half, couple easy goals.  

Could that effort beat ND or Denver?  I guess question now is who would you rather play next.  Nemesis ND or Baptiste.  I go with Denver.  TD splits with Baptiste and  Denver can't score so we should score enough to win.

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Amazing quote from an opposing coach: “When he has the ball in his stick,” Richmond head coach Dan Chemotti said, “I felt everybody in the stadium — even our defense — I just felt like became spectators, just wanting to watch him play. You want a kid like that to play.”

And Michael Kelly is doing an absolutely awesome job with these stories and the clips from the press conferences and goals and tweets.  Times Union has nothing like it.  Just awesome. 

https://dailygazette.com/article/2018/05/12/no-2-ualbany-men-s-lacrosse-advances-to-ncaa-quarterfinals

 

 

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