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Bogus Megapardus

Canadians

Lehigh signs two of Canada's top prospects:

http://insidelacrosse.com/news/20...h-signs-two-canadas-top-prospects

Lacrosse is the national sport of Canada. (You thought it was hockey, didn't you?)  All Canadians go to college free, and the lacrosse there is competitive and ubiquitous.  So how do Canadian players wind up in the U.S.?  They have to get a free ride, that's how.  Syracuse and Cornell always have had many Canadians.

So the Brown Stain is getting top Canadian players (presumably by offering grants) while Lafayette's coaches are begging, publicly, for employment elsewhere.  What's wrong with this picture?
cr

Re: Canadians

Bogus Megapardus wrote:
Lehigh signs two of Canada's top prospects:

http://insidelacrosse.com/news/20...h-signs-two-canadas-top-prospects

Lacrosse is the national sport of Canada. (You thought it was hockey, didn't you?)  All Canadians go to college free, and the lacrosse there is competitive and ubiquitous.  So how do Canadian players wind up in the U.S.?  They have to get a free ride, that's how.  Syracuse and Cornell always have had many Canadians.

So the Brown Stain is getting top Canadian players (presumably by offering grants) while Lafayette's coaches are begging, publicly, for employment elsewhere.  What's wrong with this picture?


Why isn't Colgate getting them, we are a lot closer.
Franks Tanks

Re: Canadians

Bogus Megapardus wrote:
Lehigh signs two of Canada's top prospects:

http://insidelacrosse.com/news/20...h-signs-two-canadas-top-prospects

Lacrosse is the national sport of Canada. (You thought it was hockey, didn't you?)  All Canadians go to college free, and the lacrosse there is competitive and ubiquitous.  So how do Canadian players wind up in the U.S.?  They have to get a free ride, that's how.  Syracuse and Cornell always have had many Canadians.

So the Brown Stain is getting top Canadian players (presumably by offering grants) while Lafayette's coaches are begging, publicly, for employment elsewhere.  What's wrong with this picture?


It appears we are getting ready for D-III, while Lehigh desires to have a D-I athletic department.

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