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2023 MLAX - Inside Lacrosse - Upbeat Analysis

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I got a tremendous sense of positivity out of UAlbany’s fallball. Culturally, everything feels like the vibe you’d expect from the Great Danes. They were young last year, and it showed with helter skelter play. This year’s team is big and physical and has an infusion of really talented freshmen. Graydon Hogg has been on a new level in the fall; there’s as much depth as ever offensively blurring the lines between midfield and attack. Look for Elijah Gash to play LSM, a move that could unleash his athleticism.

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2 hours ago, HOF2013 said:

AGREE!  Can't wait for the season...

I have mentioned this before, I saw MLAX while watching a Field Hockey match.  The MLAX team just looked like they were having fun practicing and the coaches seemed so relaxed and enjoying the time with their student athletes.  Everyone seemed to put last season behind them. 

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Inside Lacrosse thoughts in one sentence on each Division 1 school is out, below is the America East thoughts:

UAlbany Things are looking up for the Danes, who have turned youth into experience. Look for Graydon Hogg to play at a new level in the spring.

Binghamton The Bearcats were America East semifinalists; there are sure things in the midfield (Thomas Greenblatt) and defense (Max Verch), but the biggest question mark is in goal after Teddy Dolan transferred to Maryland.

Bryant The Brad Ross era gets underway and a 1-2 punch at the face-off with Jacob Alexander and Nate Laliberte, plus experience on offense, equals a good core for him to operate with.

Merrimack Three of their losses were by two or fewer goals last year; a strong keeper in Henry Vogt, plus experience on defense, could turn those to wins.

NJIT The Highlanders were winless in 2022; coach Eric Wolf arrives with top facilities in place, and Owen Corry is a standout attackman on the roster.

UMBC Ryan Moran has put UMBC consistently in the hunt in the America East, and this year is no different with a promising young talent in Jordan Galloway and a pair of 20-goal scorers in Mike Doughty and Brian Tregoning.

Vermont Thomas McConvey is gone, but Vermont should still lead the America East with some of the top players at each position, like attackman David Closterman, FO Tommy Burke, LSM Nick Alviti and others.


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