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When will we get past the this isn't fair discussion and see this as a great life lesson in resiliency?
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10stone5 wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:10 am Jason Knox Hobart, so then that looks like two years eligibility left.
That's an interesting one...
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Matnum PI wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:11 pm
10stone5 wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:10 am Jason Knox Hobart, so then that looks like two years eligibility left.
That's an interesting one...
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Sidelinehorn! wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 1:34 pm When will we get past the this isn't fair discussion and see this as a great life lesson in resiliency?
There's a lesson here all right - the question is for whom: the children who lost opportunities or the adults who will benefit at their expense?
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To each his own but I see this as a terrible life lesson and teaching the opposite of resiliency. Some estimate are that 60% of small businesses in the country closed this past year. They don't get their businesses back. Millions of people lost their jobs, they don't get a "COVID year" where they don't have to pay their mortgage. High school kids lost sports, concerts, prom, trips, parties, basically everything that you remember as making being a teenager fun. They don't get any of that back. This isn't to whine and say any of those with such losses "deserve" restitution. Life is capricious and unfair and can suck at times. That though is the lesson, perhaps the most valuable one. Getting gifted a year of eligibility back doesn't teach resiliency, it is the opposite. You will miss out on jobs you deserve, girlfriends will dump you, others will make more and live more glamorous lives. Mommy and daddy won't be able to make everything right. But that is OK, you can gather yourself, breath in, breath out, move on. Resiliency is learned through fighting through, or just learning to live with, adversity. It isn't having a deus ex machina from the NCAA.
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pcowlax wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:28 pm To each his own but I see this as a terrible life lesson and teaching the opposite of resiliency. Some estimate are that 60% of small businesses in the country closed this past year. They don't get their businesses back. Millions of people lost their jobs, they don't get a "COVID year" where they don't have to pay their mortgage. High school kids lost sports, concerts, prom, trips, parties, basically everything that you remember as making being a teenager fun. They don't get any of that back. This isn't to whine and say any of those with such losses "deserve" restitution. Life is capricious and unfair and can suck at times. That though is the lesson, perhaps the most valuable one. Getting gifted a year of eligibility back doesn't teach resiliency, it is the opposite. You will miss out on jobs you deserve, girlfriends will dump you, others will make more and live more glamorous lives. Mommy and daddy won't be able to make everything right. But that is OK, you can gather yourself, breath in, breath out, move on. Resiliency is learned through fighting through, or just learning to live with, adversity. It isn't having a deus ex machina from the NCAA.
It’s really not that many kids playing additional years. The best kids will still find their way onto the field. Coaches that choose to have guys back or bring in grad transfers are doing so because they believe it is what’s best for the program. It’s D1 lacrosse, not everyone’s going to play.

If you’re going to be mad about it the focus shouldn’t be about playing time. In a sport where most (99%) aren’t full scholarship players, it makes it incredibly hard for players that don’t come from privileged backgrounds to take their extra year. It inadvertently gives preferential treatment to families with means - kicking any non elite players from blue collar families to the curb. The waiver to go over 12.6 helped in 2021, that’s no longer in effect. Many players want to play a 5th year at their school, they aren’t good enough players to warrant a lot of money or there simply isn’t money left to support 5 classes. In a year where people talked a lot about equity and opportunity, the move accidentally gave wealthy families yet another leg up.
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pcowlax wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:28 pm To each his own but I see this as a terrible life lesson and teaching the opposite of resiliency. Some estimate are that 60% of small businesses in the country closed this past year. They don't get their businesses back. Millions of people lost their jobs, they don't get a "COVID year" where they don't have to pay their mortgage. High school kids lost sports, concerts, prom, trips, parties, basically everything that you remember as making being a teenager fun. They don't get any of that back. This isn't to whine and say any of those with such losses "deserve" restitution. Life is capricious and unfair and can suck at times. That though is the lesson, perhaps the most valuable one. Getting gifted a year of eligibility back doesn't teach resiliency, it is the opposite. You will miss out on jobs you deserve, girlfriends will dump you, others will make more and live more glamorous lives. Mommy and daddy won't be able to make everything right. But that is OK, you can gather yourself, breath in, breath out, move on. Resiliency is learned through fighting through, or just learning to live with, adversity. It isn't having a deus ex machina from the NCAA.
I'm all for lessons in resiliency, but to be looking for that in a NCAA-sanctioned sport is misguided and unrealistic. The NCAA and the universities are fundamentally exploitative. That's an important life-lesson to learn as wel; to realize who is acting in your interest and who is not. Every one of these kids will have to deal with adversity in more meaningful circumstances than playing lacrosse. I'm not sure college lacrosse will be, or should be, a definitng experience. Most the kids entering the portal just want to play, find their level, and be at a school where they feel comfortable. More power to them.
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primitiveskills wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:47 pm The NCAA and the universities are fundamentally exploitative. That's an important life-lesson to learn as wel; to realize who is acting in your interest and who is not.
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Matnum PI wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:11 pm
10stone5 wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:10 am Jason Knox Hobart, so then that looks like two years eligibility left.
That's an interesting one...
Without getting into detail an acquiring program (because that’s what this is really Knox is just prepping to go pro and will be able to earn a living in the US or Canada in lacrosse) will need yo have some latitude on the academic side of things to bring him in. This is not to say he isn’t capable of achieving academically anywhere but as a no athletes more than half the D1 lacrosse schools wouldn’t accept his profile as a transfer student.
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Transfers @ 06-17-2021

Air Force - Sean Curcio (M)*** -> Drexel
Albany - Kyle Casey (A)**-> Pace (DII), Matt Eccles (M)**, Tehoka Nanticoke (A)
Binghamton - Tom Galgano (D)**,Teddy Dolan (G)*
Boston U. - Michael Doxie (M)**
Bryant: Mason Balch (A), Ryan Auger (M), Mitch Lachman (A)
Brown - George Pike (M)*, Riley Stewart (M)**, Ryan Aughavin (M)** -> (Staying at Brown for Extra Year), Finn Gibbons (A)**
Bucknell - Matt Fedorjaka (M)** - > Notre Dame, Tommy Sopko (A)**, Sumner Brumbaugh (A)**, Bryant Boswell (D)**
Canisius - Otto Bergmann (G)
Cleveland State - Kevin Sobey (G)
Colgate - Mike Hawkins, (A/M)** -> Notre Dame, James Caddigan (A)**, Thor Adamec (LSM)*
Cornell - Jonathan Donville (M)** -> Maryland, Harrison Bardwell (SSDM)**, Matt Licciardi (M)**
Dartmouth - Peter Rizzotti (LSM), Danny Hincks (G)*, Kellen Paradine (D)**, Westy McLaughlin (A)
Delaware - Peter St. Geme (M)
Detroit Mercy: Logan Shamblin (G)**
Drexel - Kyle DeCrispino (A) -> Mount St. Mary's, Aidan Coll(offense)**, Brennan Greenwald (LSM)*
Duke - JP Basile (A)**
Georgetown - Gavin Lindsay (SSDM)**
Hartford - 10+ Players, Ian Groom (FO) ->Hampton
Harvard - Austin Madronic (A)*
Hobart: Drew Blanchard (FO)**, Jason Knox (A)
Hofstra - Ben Stewart (M) -> Wagner
Jacksonville - Colby Rogers (FO)
Johns Hopkins - Owen Murphy (A), Brett Baskin (A/M)**, Luke Shilling (A)**, John Cohen (A), John Schreiber (M), Kaden Brothers (D), Jacob Brunner (M)
Lehigh - Matt Douglas (LSM/D)** —> Notre Dame
Marist - Jake Weinman (A)**, Jack Zukowski (SSDM)** -> Duke
Marquette - John Hulsman (G)**-> Florida Tech (DII)
Maryland- Connor Whalen (LSM), Dean Draughan (M), Kyle Berkeley (M)**-> Towson, Conor Calderone (FO), Nick DeMaio (A), Chris Brandau (G)
Mercer - Collin Stewart (M)
Michigan - Kevin Mack (A)**, Alex Bucknavage (M)**, Joey Corbett (M)
Monmouth: Chris Hervada (D)**, Dom Pizzulli (A)**
Mount St. Mary's - Louis Frankeny (A)**, Bryan McIntosh (D)** -> Hofstra, Sam Stephen (FO)**-> Rutgers
Navy - Tyler Cordes (M) *** -> Syracuse
North Carolina - Will Bowen (D)** -> Georgetown, Caton Johnson (G)-> Ohio State, Luke Millican (G)**, Alex Trippi **(A), Parker Alexander (SSDM)**, Brian Cameron (A)-> Rutgers
Notre Dame: Michael Drake (A/M)**, Matt Schmidt (G)**; Connor Morin (A)**, Jimmy Littlefield (D)**
Ohio State - Gerard Kane (A) -> Hofstra, Drew Elder (FO) -> Tampa (DII), Grant Mitchell (M), Michael Clibanoff (G), Matthew Clibanoff (A), Henry Watson (D)
Penn - Mitch Bartolo (A/M)**-> Rutgers , Sean Lulley (A)**->Duke
Penn State - Cole Willard (M)** -> Tampa (DII), John Nostrant (M)**
Providence - Toby Burgdorf (G)** -> Rutgers, Emmett Jennings (D)**
Richmond - Jax Popovich (FO) -> Boston U., Jason Reynolds (D)** —> Notre Dame, Tate Gallagher (M)**
Robert Morris - Michael Autry (FO)**
Rutgers - Max Beauchamp (M)
Sacred Heart: Logan Liljeberg (A)**—>UMass
St. Bonaventure - Brett Dobson (G)**
St. John’s - Dylan Willis (M) -> (Withdrawn on 5/4)
Stony Brook - Daniel Cassidy (D)**, Layton Harrell (A), Tommy Dolciotto (M), Zach Thompson (A), Steven Pinto (M), Kyle Hebert (G)**, Devin O’Leary **(LSM/D)
Syracuse - Zach Lee (D), JT Stirpe (A), Nathan McPeak (G)**, Luke Talago (FO)
Towson - Casey Wasserman (M)->Utah
UMass - Luke Blanc (A)->Marquette , Tyler Strub (D)
UMBC - Ryan Young (D)
Villanova - Keegan Khan (A)**, Owen PrybylskI (D)**, Dan Fisher (FO)**, Stevie Peters (M)**, Brendan Haggerty (G)**
Virginia - Will Rock (LSM)**, Regan Quinn (M)**, Russell Maher (A/M), Gavin Tygh (FO), Jackson Appelt (A)**, Michael Harmeyer (A)
VMI - Jon Fant (A) -> St. Joe’s
Vermont: Connor Boyle (M)
Yale - Nick Caccamo (D) -> Syracuse

Division 2/3
Amherst (D3) - Gib Versfeld (G)** -> Johns Hopkins, Ethan Kazmierski (M)**
Franklin & Marshall (D3) - Luke Keating (A)**
Gettysburg (D3) - Andrew Horn (D)**
Lynchburg (D3) - Tyler Gallagher (D)** ->Ohio State
Mercyhurst (D2) - Caleb Kueber (A)**, John Pipher (A)**, Nathan Grenon (M)**
Salisbury (D3) - Brad Apgar (D)**-> Rutgers, Griffin Moroney (A)**
Stevens Tech (D3) - Ryan Gebhardt (A/M)**
SUNY-Maritime (D3) - Matt DeMeo (M)! -> Stony Brook
Tufts (D3) - Max Waldbaum (A)** -> Jacksonville
Ursinus (D3) - Hakan Atillasoy (A)**
Wesleyan (D3) - Ronan Jacoby (A)** -> Rutgers
York (D3) - Brendan O'Sullivan (A)**

* in the portal for the future 2023
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*** transfer from Military Prep
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Here is the confirm of Kyle Berkeley from
Maryland to Towson,

https://www.instagram.com/kberk4/
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Transfers @ 06-17-2021

Air Force - Sean Curcio (M)*** -> Drexel
Albany - Kyle Casey (A)**-> Pace (D2), Matt Eccles (M)**, Tehoka Nanticoke (A)
Binghamton - Tom Galgano (D)**,Teddy Dolan (G)*
Boston U. - Michael Doxie (M)**
Bryant: Mason Balch (A), Ryan Auger (M), Mitch Lachman (A)
Brown - George Pike (M)*, Riley Stewart (M)**, Finn Gibbons (A)**
Bucknell - Matt Fedorjaka (M)** - > Notre Dame, Tommy Sopko (A)**, Sumner Brumbaugh (A)**, Bryant Boswell (D)**
Canisius - Otto Bergmann (G)
Cleveland State - Kevin Sobey (G)
Colgate - Mike Hawkins, (A/M)** -> Notre Dame, James Caddigan (A)**, Thor Adamec (LSM)*
Cornell - Jonathan Donville (M)** -> Maryland, Harrison Bardwell (SSDM)**, Matt Licciardi (M)**
Dartmouth - Peter Rizzotti (LSM), Danny Hincks (G)*, Kellen Paradine (D)**, Westy McLaughlin (A)
Delaware - Peter St. Geme (M)
Detroit Mercy: Logan Shamblin (G)**
Drexel - Kyle DeCrispino (A) -> Mount St. Mary's, Aidan Coll (A)**, Brennan Greenwald (LSM)*
Duke - JP Basile (A)**
Georgetown - Gavin Lindsay (SSDM)**
Hartford - 10+ Players, Ian Groom (FO) ->Hampton
Harvard - Austin Madronic (A)*
Hobart: Drew Blanchard (FO)**, Jason Knox (A)
Hofstra - Ben Stewart (M) -> Wagner
Jacksonville - Colby Rogers (FO)
Johns Hopkins - Owen Murphy (A), Brett Baskin (A/M)**, Luke Shilling (A)**, John Cohen (A), John Schreiber (M), Kaden Brothers (D), Jacob Brunner (M)
Lehigh - Matt Douglas (LSM/D)** —> Notre Dame
Marist - Jake Weinman (A)**, Jack Zukowski (SSDM)** -> Duke
Marquette - John Hulsman (G)**-> Florida Tech (DII)
Maryland- Connor Whalen (LSM), Dean Draughan (M), Kyle Berkeley (M)**-> Towson, Conor Calderone (FO), Nick DeMaio (A), Chris Brandau (G)
Mercer - Collin Stewart (M)
Michigan - Kevin Mack (A)**, Alex Buckanavage (M)**, Joey Corbett (M)
Monmouth: Chris Hervada (D)**, Dom Pizzulli (A)**
Mount St. Mary's - Luke Frankeny (A)**, Bryan McIntosh (D)** -> Hofstra, Sam Stephen (FO)**-> Rutgers
Navy - Tyler Cordes (M) *** -> Syracuse
North Carolina - Will Bowen (D)** -> Georgetown, Caton Johnson (G)-> Ohio State, Luke Millican (G)**, Alex Trippi **(A), Parker Alexander (SSDM)**, Brian Cameron (A) -> Rutgers
Notre Dame: Michael Drake (A/M)**, Matt Schmidt (G)**; Connor Morin (A)**, Jimmy Littlefield (D)**
Ohio State - Gerard Kane (A) -> Hofstra, Drew Elder (FO) -> Tampa (DII), Grant Mitchell (M), Michael Clibanoff (G), Matthew Clibanoff (A), Henry Watson (D)
Penn - Mitch Bartolo (A/M)**-> Rutgers , Sean Lulley (A)**->Duke
Penn State - Cole Willard (M)** -> Tampa (DII), John Nostrant (M)**
Providence - Toby Burgdorf (G)** -> Rutgers, Emmett Jennings (D)**
Richmond - Jax Popovich (FO) -> Boston U., Jason Reynolds (D)** —> Notre Dame, Tate Gallagher (M)**
Robert Morris - Michael Autry (FO)**
Rutgers - Max Beauchamp (M)
Sacred Heart: Logan Liljeberg (A)**—>UMass
St. Bonaventure - Brett Dobson (G)**
St. John’s - Dylan Willis (M) -> (Withdrawn on 5/4)
Stony Brook - Daniel Cassidy (D)**, Layton Harrell (A), Tommy Dolciotto (M), Zach Thompson (A), Steven Pinto (M), Kyle Hebert (G)**, Devin O’Leary **(LSM/D)
Syracuse - Zach Lee (D), JT Stirpe (A), Nathan McPeak (G)**, Luke Talago (FO)
Towson - Casey Wasserman (M)->Utah
UMass - Luke Blanc (A)->Marquette , Tyler Strub (D)
UMBC - Ryan Young (D)
Villanova - Keegan Khan (A)**, Owen PrybylskI (D)**, Dan Fisher (FO)**, Stevie Peters (M)**, Brendan Haggerty (G)**
Virginia - Will Rock (LSM)**, Regan Quinn (M)**, Russell Maher (A/M), Gavin Tygh (FO), Jackson Appelt (A)**, Michael Harmeyer (A)
VMI - Jon Fant (A) -> St. Joe’s
Vermont: Connor Boyle (M)
Yale - Nick Caccamo (D) -> Syracuse

Division 2/3
Amherst (D3) - Gib Versfeld (G)** -> Johns Hopkins, Ethan Kazmierski (M)**
Franklin & Marshall (D3) - Luke Keating (A)**
Gettysburg (D3) - Andrew Horn (D)**
Lynchburg (D3) - Tyler Gallagher (D)** ->Ohio State
Mercyhurst (D2) - Caleb Kueber (A)**, John Pipher (A)**, Nathan Grenon (M)**
Salisbury (D3) - Brad Apgar (D)**-> Rutgers, Griffin Moroney (A)**
Stevens Tech (D3) - Ryan Gebhardt (A/M)**
SUNY-Maritime (D3) - Matt DeMeo (M)! -> Stony Brook
Tufts (D3) - Max Waldbaum (A)** -> Jacksonville
Ursinus (D3) - Hakan Atillasoy (A)**
Wesleyan (D3) - Ronan Jacoby (A)** -> Rutgers
York (D3) - Brendan O'Sullivan (A)**

* in the portal for the future 2023
** grad transfer
*** transfer from Military Prep
! For future 2022
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Enough of this "life lesson" resilency talk. My senior high school son lost all jr spring sports, 2 proms, 1.5 years of classroom substituted with remote learning, spring/ summer /fall workouts for a four game football season, no pep rallies. scored a TD at a homecoming game in front of 50 parents, a 10 game basketball season with zero fans in stands etc. it was a really tough year and a half and Covid robbed him of what most of the posters experienced in HIgh School. Three students in the junior class committed suicide the past two years!!! It has been rough and I think grizzled parents should not equate their problems with covid with those of a wide-eyed 17 year old.
Those college students fortunate enough to be playing D1 lax busted their humps for 10 plus years to put themselves in that position. They all have achieved more athletically than likely 90% of posters. If these dedicated student athletes wants to delay "entering real life" by trying to utilize all their eligibility then more power to them. I hope every kid who is in the portal lands somewhere. They have 25-50 years to "enjoy" work. If they can extend their athletic experience a year or two then more power to them!
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HooDat wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 4:22 pm
primitiveskills wrote: Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:47 pm The NCAA and the universities are fundamentally exploitative. That's an important life-lesson to learn as wel; to realize who is acting in your interest and who is not.
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Pretty broad brush. There is an entire spectrum between SEC Football where you could have an illiterate with brain damage and wrecked knees after four years and D-III women's fencing where NCAA competition enhances the collegiate experience.
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Bearfan wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 7:33 pm Enough of this "life lesson" resilency talk. My senior high school son lost all jr spring sports, 2 proms, 1.5 years of classroom substituted with remote learning, spring/ summer /fall workouts for a four game football season, no pep rallies. scored a TD at a homecoming game in front of 50 parents, a 10 game basketball season with zero fans in stands etc. it was a really tough year and a half and Covid robbed him of what most of the posters experienced in HIgh School. Three students in the junior class committed suicide the past two years!!! It has been rough and I think grizzled parents should not equate their problems with covid with those of a wide-eyed 17 year old.
Those college students fortunate enough to be playing D1 lax busted their humps for 10 plus years to put themselves in that position. They all have achieved more athletically than likely 90% of posters. If these dedicated student athletes wants to delay "entering real life" by trying to utilize all their eligibility then more power to them. I hope every kid who is in the portal lands somewhere. They have 25-50 years to "enjoy" work. If they can extend their athletic experience a year or two then more power to them!
here here on incoming frosh and those in their first year.
and players should play the rules that work for them.

pcow is on the money. the nc$$ could've put equal resiliency on all athletes, all classes. just let it go. they've instead put the onus on some classes, and had them take the brunt of other classes. and in so doing, made it a 7? 8? year thing. absurd.
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Hopefully, brecht can integrate all 6 transfers without losing team chemistry. Last year, only the kirst brothers and dugenio, the FOGO transfer needed to integrate. If the 6 new transfers from the portal are successful next season, NJ high school ballers may start to stay at home.
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uvaumdlaxfam wrote: Tue Jun 15, 2021 12:41 pm
lilax wrote: Tue Jun 15, 2021 12:36 pm Ty Xanders is reporting that Tehoka Nanticoke is now on the transfer portal. Does anyone touch him?

https://twitter.com/tyxanders/status/14 ... 81219?s=20
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wgdsr wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 8:23 pm
Bearfan wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 7:33 pm Enough of this "life lesson" resilency talk. My senior high school son lost all jr spring sports, 2 proms, 1.5 years of classroom substituted with remote learning, spring/ summer /fall workouts for a four game football season, no pep rallies. scored a TD at a homecoming game in front of 50 parents, a 10 game basketball season with zero fans in stands etc. it was a really tough year and a half and Covid robbed him of what most of the posters experienced in HIgh School. Three students in the junior class committed suicide the past two years!!! It has been rough and I think grizzled parents should not equate their problems with covid with those of a wide-eyed 17 year old.
Those college students fortunate enough to be playing D1 lax busted their humps for 10 plus years to put themselves in that position. They all have achieved more athletically than likely 90% of posters. If these dedicated student athletes wants to delay "entering real life" by trying to utilize all their eligibility then more power to them. I hope every kid who is in the portal lands somewhere. They have 25-50 years to "enjoy" work. If they can extend their athletic experience a year or two then more power to them!
here here on incoming frosh and those in their first year.
and players should play the rules that work for them.

pcow is on the money. the nc$$ could've put equal resiliency on all athletes, all classes. just let it go. they've instead put the onus on some classes, and had them take the brunt of other classes. and in so doing, made it a 7? 8? year thing. absurd.
It is absurd….what the NCAA did for basketball this season was even more insane.
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Bearfan wrote: Thu Jun 17, 2021 7:33 pm Enough of this "life lesson" resilency talk. My senior high school son lost all jr spring sports, 2 proms, 1.5 years of classroom substituted with remote learning, spring/ summer /fall workouts for a four game football season, no pep rallies. scored a TD at a homecoming game in front of 50 parents, a 10 game basketball season with zero fans in stands etc. it was a really tough year and a half and Covid robbed him of what most of the posters experienced in HIgh School. Three students in the junior class committed suicide the past two years!!! It has been rough and I think grizzled parents should not equate their problems with covid with those of a wide-eyed 17 year old.
Those college students fortunate enough to be playing D1 lax busted their humps for 10 plus years to put themselves in that position. They all have achieved more athletically than likely 90% of posters. If these dedicated student athletes wants to delay "entering real life" by trying to utilize all their eligibility then more power to them. I hope every kid who is in the portal lands somewhere. They have 25-50 years to "enjoy" work. If they can extend their athletic experience a year or two then more power to them!
Thank you for your post and good luck to your son.

So many decisions were made in the heat of the moment and with the best intentions that might not seem logical a year and a half later, I honestly believe that these decisions were done for the right reasons at the time they were made.

While the extra year has negatively impacted my son, he realizes that so many families have suffered so much more then losing playing time to transfer students he was just happy to be back on the field this spring.

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