AU 68 LU 57

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AU 68 LU 57

Post by Ben » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:58 pm

Great game.
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Re: AU 68 LU 57

Post by TMH » Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:59 pm

Pheew...I hadn't heard from you in a month. I had hoped nothing happened. Then I checked and Lehigh won the 6 games during that stretch. :-) teasing!!

Lehigh finished the year at 21-10, possibly the best winning % of any Lehigh team outside of swimming. There is a lot to be proud of. Pre-season, they were picked to be 4th. They finished 3rd. You may want to critique Holy Cross who lost by 35 to Bucknell in the other game.

Carl is certainly one of the top players in the PL and was offered by a lot of bigger schools. Kudos to American for landing her. Who do you consider to be the 2nd best player though?
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Re: AU 68 LU 57

Post by Bison_137 » Thu Mar 14, 2019 11:46 pm

TMH wrote:
Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:59 pm

Carl is certainly one of the top players in the PL and was offered by a lot of bigger schools. Kudos to American for landing her. Who do you consider to be the 2nd best player though?

1. Yes, Carl is a very good player. Although a few of the schools that offered her were bigger in size, only two were better than American: Texas A&M and Bucknell.

2. I think it's pretty clear AU's second best player this year was Elina Koskimies, who is from Finland. Next best was Marenyi, who is from Indiana.
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Re: AU 68 LU 57

Post by RichH » Fri Mar 15, 2019 9:29 am

Ben's angst to the side, a pretty good year for the ladies. Box score shows a very tight game which the home team won. Frontline was quite good. Troyan gave her bench serious minutes to good effect.
Ben. Not surprised there are very good players in Pa. Pretty sure there are some in NJ also. That takes nothing away from the players that Troyan has brought in.
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