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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby UKLaxfan Mon Apr 23, 2012 9:28 am

It was on ESPN iPlayer as well

Every single Male Lacrosse Player should have the opportunity to watch the ACC Champsionship games

Semi-Finals
Duke vs Maryland
Virginia vs North Carolina

Final

North Carolina vs Duke

Lacrosse the way it should be played, defence, attack, midfield, face-off & Goalie Play

and next Season Syracuse join the Party in the ACC :mrgreen:

ACC Lacrosse is beautiful to watch

ESPN America will show all three games this week

If you were ever thinking of getting ESPN America

This Month is the month to get it

ELA Need to Promote these showings on UK Television
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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby sinner Thu May 03, 2012 10:57 am

ESPN America makes my virgin media bill worthwhile!

Will they be showing any of the MLL?
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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby UKLaxfan Mon May 07, 2012 9:48 pm

ESPN America Schedule online

http://www.espnamerica.com/pdf/ESPN_AMERICA_F1.pdf

There are a couple of Conference Finals on this week, Big East/ECAC/American East/Ivy League then nothing until end of May when Men's & Women's Final Fours will be shown.
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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby Phil Mon May 14, 2012 6:32 pm

I hate the ESPN online schedule viewer..

Trying to get our SU to put on the final.
Am I right in thinking it is on Monday 28th, 6pm, ESPN America, Sky Channel 431?

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NCAA D1 All-Americans Announced

Postby Rotisserie Thu May 24, 2012 3:58 pm

The D1 AA honours have been announced: Who do you agree/disagree with?

FIRST TEAM
Attack
Peter Baum, Colgate Unniversity
William Manny, University of Massachusetts
Steele Stanwick, University of Virginia

Midfield
Colin Briggs, University of Virginia
Robert Rotanz, Duke University
Tom Schrieber, Princeton University

LP Midfield
CJ Costabile, Duke University

Face-off
RG Keenan, University of North Carolina

Defense
Tucker Durkin, Johns Hopkins University
Kevin Randall, University of Notre Dame
Chad Wiedmaier, Princeton University

Goalie
John Kemp, University of Notre Dame

SECOND TEAM
Attack
Marcus Holman, University of North Carolina
Mark Matthews, University of Denver
Mike Sawyer, Loyola University
Jordan Wolf, Duke University

Midfield
Anthony Biscardi, University of Massachusetts
Robert Guida, Johns Hopkins University
Chris LaPierre, University of Virginia
John Ranagan, Johns Hopkins University

LP Midfield
Jesse Bernhardt, University of Maryland

Face-off
Chase Carraro, University of Denver

Defense
Matt Lovejoy, University of Virginia
Michael Manley, Duke University
Brian Megill, Syracuse University
Jason Noble, Cornell University

Goalie
Tyler Fiorito, Princeton University

THIRD TEAM
Attack
Billy Eisenreich, Bucknell University
Logan Schuss, The Ohio state University
Garrett Thul, United States Military Academy

Midfield
Brent Adams, Fairfield University
Roy Lang, Cornell University
Roman Lao-Gosney, Lehigh University
Kiel Matisz, Robert Morris University
Jeremy Noble, University of Denver

LP Midfield
Scott Ratliff, Loyola University

Face-off
Bobby Dattilo, Hobart College
Stephen Robarge, Virginia Military Institute

Defense
Joe Bonanni, The Ohio State University
Tom Celentani, University of Massachusetts
Ty Souders, Lehigh University
Dana Wilber, Drexel University

Goalie
Austin Kaut, Penn State University

HONORABLE MENTION
Attack
Jimmy Bitter, University of North Carolina
Chris Bocklet, University of Virginia
Jeff Cohen, Harvard University
Joe Cummings, University of Maryland
Kevin Cunningham, Villanova University
Art Kell, University of Massachusetts
Eric Lusby, Loyola University
Matt Mackrides, Penn State University
Kieran McArdle, St. John's University
Bryan Neufeld, Siena College
Joe Resetarits, University at Albany

Midfield
Davis Butts, Loyola University
Ryan Creighton, University of North Carolina
Rob Emery, University of Virginia
Cam Flint, University of Denver
John Haus, University of Maryland
Josh Hawkins, Loyola University
Jeff Ledwick, Colgate University
Greg Mahony, Yale University
Will Mangan, Rutgers University
Jim Marlatt, University of Notre Dame
Justin Turri, Duke University

LP Midfield
John Cunningham, Princeton University
Tim Henderson, United States Military Academy
Mason Poli, Bryant University

Face-off
Dylan Levings, Yale University

Defense
Reid Acton, Loyola University
Joe Fletcher, Loyola University
Peter Johnson, Yale University
Scott McWilliams, University of Virginia
Matt Miller, University of Notre Dame
Goran Murray, University of Maryland
Jake Smith, University of Massachusetts

Goalie
Niko Amato, University of Maryland
Pierce Bassett, Johns Hopkins University
Charlie Cipriano, Fairfield University
Rob Fortunato, University of Virginia
Tim McCormack, University of Massachusetts
Matthew Poillon, Lehigh University
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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby UKLaxfan Thu May 24, 2012 5:09 pm

2nd Team All American
Midfield

John Ranagan, Johns Hopkins University

I disagree with the above

He is a fine athlete who is big and strong, fast-ish but not quick

He is an example of the type of player I do not like as he is a flat track bully

If he has a favourable match up he can run over you

He has no Plan B and is boring and one dimensional to watch

Jeremy Noble, University of Denver is a far better player

Johns Hopkins players seem to get lots of accolades because they play for Hopkins

Political voting is strong on the AA Selection Committee

Ranagan is not an All American Midfielder - even though he now has a certificate to say otherwise = Joke! :twisted:
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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby UKLaxfan Sun May 27, 2012 10:45 am

Div II & Div III Finals on today LIVE & FREE

http://www.ncaa.com/liveschedule/2012/05/27

Division II NCAA Final
Dowling vs. Limestone
6:00pm UK Time


Division III NCAA Final

SUNY Cortland vs. Salisbury
9:00pm UK Time
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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby Paul_lboro/wildcats Mon May 28, 2012 9:11 am

Both were really great games to watch. I hadn't seen many of the DII and DIII finals before but the play from all 4 teams was brilliant and really enjoyable. I hope the DI final will be just as entertaining though I'm annoyed they moved our lax bank holiday to next week!
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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby jibbers Mon May 28, 2012 3:40 pm

Sawyer and Biscardi both very unlucky not to be 1st team. I understand there is only a certain amount of places available but those 2 have been pretty special.
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Re: 2012 NCAA Coverage

Postby plainnash Tue May 29, 2012 8:11 pm

RG Keenan over Chase Carraro? Madness.
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