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  1. TUvet

    Women’s Lax Recruit

    Great recruit for the women's program and good to get a relationship with the heavy hitters in the girls lacrosse world. I know Blair's stepfather Chris Robinson. He is the former head coach of the ultra successful McDonogh program and is now coaching in Florida. He won a state championship in his first year in Florida. Blair's uncle is Scott Robinson who also coached at McDonogh as well and runs the also very successful M&D lacrosse club. I know Scott is a Towson grad and I see him at quite a few Towson mens lax games.
  2. I was only able to watch the first quarter but winning on the road against a decent opponent is not an easy task. Good win. The Citadel has had the entire off season to prepare (as has Towson). I am not a football guy but I know the Citadel offense has brought victories for Navy against Notre Dame etc. It is very difficult to go against. It sounded like the announcers were calling the game from the studio.
  3. TUvet

    Athletics Website

    SPOT ON!!!!!!!!
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    in response to your nepotism question womens' lacrosse head coach and top assistant are a husband and wife combination.
  5. TUvet

    Lacrosse Decommit

    Ty Xanders @tyxanders · 1h Ridge Johnson, D, Lakeside (Ga.) /@ThunderLB3 has flipped from @Towson_MLAX to @NDlacrosse . Raw athlete with upside who has been among the most dramatically improved players in the 2020 class. A Killler for the Tigers
  6. TUvet

    Lacrosse Decommit

    https://www.collegecrosse.com/2019/6/4/18652136/ncaa-college-lacrosse-coaching-updates-fairfield-harvard-andrew-baxter-gerry-byrne-navy-stony-brook Nadelen would double his salary at Navy. I was told by a person I would consider a pretty reliable source at a club tournament this weekend that there is another high profile coach not listed in this article pursuing the Navy job. If this person took the Navy job I could see Nadelen being a prime candidate for the position that vacates. I would hate to lose him, but from his perspective now may be a good time to go.
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    First lax transfer reported

    Today I read where Jacksonville added the #61 ranked and #38 ranked players in the country as transfers. At the same time High Point signed the MVP of the Inside Lacrosse Invitational. With the additions of schools to the lacrosse landscape the last few years the need for Towson to nail their incoming freshman recruits is really becoming crucial. We had a span the last couple of years where transfers were a substantial part of our lineup. The increased competition for transfers, and the advent of the transfer portal I believe have hurt Towson. To my knowledge we have added one impact transfer in the last two years. I was told earlier in the summer there is a second transfer that is a good player. Nads has proven to be a GREAT coach. The university is so fortunate to have him as a coach. However, his staff's job is more challenging than ever with not only fighting the traditional programs for recruits but new programs like Jacksonville, Marquette and Utah for potential recruits. and transfers.
  8. TUvet

    First lax transfer reported

    My understanding is there is another transfer coming the Tigers way.
  9. TUvet

    2020 Basketball offers

    Adam Finkelstein @AdamFinkelstein · 13m Archbishop Carroll (DC) & @teamdurantaau rising senior Cory Barnes has committed to Towson. Powerful and super tough guard who fits the Towson mold.
  10. TUvet

    Gilardi to Stony Brook

    This is the busiest time of the year for recruiting. Congratulations to Coach G but a tough time to lose him.
  11. Ubriaco originally committed to Hopkins. Hi father is head coach at Loyola High School. Both his father and mother played lacrosse at then Loyola College. He got some playing time this year I wouldn't be surprised if he ended up at Loyola.
  12. Scoll to the 4:05 mark and you will hear legendary Boys' Latin coach give his assessment of Andrew Milani as he is featured in a players to watch segment. He is a big pickup for the Tigers
  13. We have to remember that the 2019 commits were still recruited under the old recruiting rules where the blue bloods like Hopkins, Notre Dame, Carolina, Duke, Maryland had their recruiting class finished in the fall of the high school player's freshman year. I had a player on my club team commit to their college in the summer before they entered 9th grade. We are just not going to get any of those kids. The 2020 class will be the first class under the new rules of no contact under September 1st of the athletes junior year. Some of the 2020's committed before this rule took place. There were only a handful of 2021's that committed in middle school before the rule took place.
  14. Matt great analysis. We will lose two of the the top 2 of the top 3, and 3 of the top 13 selections in the Major League Lacrosse league draft. Alex Woodall was the first overall selection, the third selection was Goodrich, and the 13th selection was Sunday. We will never have that again. That is why advancing this year was so critical. We will almost certainly take a step back. If you look at the roster for next year as currently constructed I think we would be in a battle to make the CAA playoffs. Umass returns a very talented group that should win the league 5, Hofstra whom we beat by one goal is very young, Delaware and Drexel will be good teams. The strength of our team will be our low defense. Bodden, Smith and Silah are all talented. Middies are our top need, defensive middies are also needed. McClean is a very good middie. Not a great scorer but is a really good athlete on the wings on faceoffs and on the defensive end. I thought Beachum had potential but his time diminished. The coaches watch the video and see the players everyday at practice so I trust their judgement. The transfer portal makes it a whole new ballgame in regards to transfers. As a high school and club coach I have contacted coaches on players behalf after they have communicated with the coach from whom they were playing for that they are transferring. The transfer portal opens the bidding to all the D1 schools. It is going to make things more difficult. Something to look at is a change in recruiting. This year we had 32 players on the roster from Maryland, the most of any team in the tournament. For the 2020-21 campaigns 17 of the 21 recruits are from out of state. https://www.insidelacrosse.com/team/commits/towson/19 I have no problems with that if it keeps us as an elite team. I can tell you from watching club and having assisted a team that has traveled south during our spring break to play teams in Georgia and Florida the sport has exploded in non-traditional areas. I know that having the Under Armour games on campus and the TU camps and tournaments have attracted players to TU's from throughout the country. I also think the Final Four two years ago helped in national exposure. I have seen three of the commits from the state of Maryland. Evan Long is a diminutive yet fiery goalie from McDonogh has really quick hands, is aggressive and quick. Andrew Milani is a very quick and again small attack from St. Paul's. He can finish. Josh Webber class of 2020 is a very fast yet small middie. He might be the fastest middie on a top 5 in the country Calvert Hall team. I know Jonathen Bender from Bullis had four goals vs Loyola but i have not seen him play. Logan Zimnoch was a very talented middie in high school at St. Paul's that was a freshman this year. There is not doubt that we need a few impact transfers. I hear associate head coach Giglardi could be involved with the Fairfield job. The head coach of Sacred Heat who is a Fairfield alum is also involved with that job.
  15. TUvet

    Struggling to find words

    I think both Silah and Koby are great talents and I don't want to seem I am blaming either one. On the double screen the person guarding the second screener should switch. That isn't Koby's responsibility. I get the coaches strategy of packing it in but the no pressure on the ball allowed the feeder to sit there for a few seconds to find the open shooter. I do want to commend Coach Nads for getting us in the playoffs five out of the last eight seasons. We are very fortunate to have him.

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