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  • Middlebury 2018 Preview

    Middlebury College Panthers Head Coach: Dave Campbell 2017 Record: 9-9 (4-6 in NESCAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “To compete for a NESCAC Championship.”, Coach Campbell. Key players this spring: Henry Riehl, Senior, Attack; Sophomore, AJ Kucinski, Attack; Eric Rogers, Senior, Defense; and Chase Midgley, Junior, Goal. Biggest game for the Panthers this spring: First game […]

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  • Bowdoin 2018 Preview

    Bowdoin College Polar Bears Head Coach: Jason Archbell 2017 Record: 10-6 (7-3 in NESCAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “We expect to be competitive in the NESCAC and position ourselves to compete for and win a NESCAC Championship.”, Coach Archbell. Key players this spring: Brett Kujala, Senior, Attack; Shawn Daly, Senior, Attack; Dan Buckman, Senior, Midfield; […]

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  • Conn College 2018 Preview

    Connecticut College Camels Head Coach: Dave Cornell 2017 Record: 7-9 (3-7 in NESCAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “Get back to the NESCAC Final Four and compete for an NCAA Tournament berth.”, Coach Cornell. Key players this spring: Ben Parens, Senior, FO/Midfield; PJ Kelleher, Attack, Junior; and Jordan Foster, Junior, Attack. Biggest game for the Camels […]

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  • Tufts 2018 Preview

    Tufts University Jumbos Head Coach: Casey D’Annolfo 2017 Record: 13-6 (7-3 in NESCAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “We want to compete at a high level every single game and try and maximize our potential as individuals and as a group.  Hopefully the byproduct of that will be more wins than losses.”, Coach D’Annolfo. Key players […]

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  • Amherst 2018 Preview

    Amherst College Mammoths Head Coach: Jon Thompson 2017 Record: 13-5 (8-2 in NESCAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “Live up to our own identity.  We try not to compare ourselves with others.  We try to compete with the ghost of Amherst potential.”, Coach Thompson. Key players this spring: Jimmy McAfee,Sophomore, Midfield; Colin Minicus, Sophomore, Attack; Evan […]

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  • Mitchell 2018 Preview

    Mitchell College Mariners Head Coach: Rich Petillo 2017 Record: 2-10 (1-3 in NECC) Expectations heading into 2018: “Our expectations are simple.  Build on every practice and game.  We are a young developing team.”, Coach Petillo. Key players this spring: Brian Jordan, Senior, Defense; and Kyle Marsh, Junior, Midfield. Biggest game for the Mariners this spring: […]

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  • Castleton 2018 Preview

    Castleton University Spartans Head Coach: Bo McDougall 2017 Record: 10-9 (6-1 in NAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “I expect our team to play together, play hard, and play consistent for 60 minutes in every game on our schedule. If we do those things we’ll be competitive in every game.”, Coach McDougall. Key players this spring: […]

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  • NEC 2018 Preview

    New England College Pilgrims Head Coach: Jedd Brown 2017 Record: 13-6 (7-0 in NAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “We are the defending back to back champions in the NAC and we look to defend the title and to try accomplish a first ever conference three-peat.”, Coach Brown. Key players this spring: Matt Richard, Senior, Attack; […]

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  • Lyndon State 2018 Preview

    Lyndon State College Hornets Head Coach: Kevin Pezanowski 2017 Record: 10-7 (5-2 in NAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “Once again compete in post season NEC tournament.  Finish in third place or higher in order to host a first/second round playoff game.”, Coach Pezanowski. Key players this spring: Brandon Hunter, Junior, Defense; Shea Jones, Junior, Midfield […]

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  • Green Mountain 2018 Preview

    Green Mountain College Eagles Head Coach: Paul Reif 2017 Record: 1-10 (1-6 in NAC) Expectations heading into 2018: “Going into the 2018 season we have team expectations of making our conference playoffs.  With 22 transfers and freshman recruits coming in this fall, our current team is setting the tone for a new culture and atmosphere […]