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RE: 2019 Women's Soccer Thread
Physical game. Hawks dropped a close one 1-0. Onto conference play
09-15-2019 03:23 PM
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Any word on the ECU Makeup game? There's a bit of a gap before conference play starts if they wanna get this one in
09-18-2019 06:10 PM
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(09-18-2019 06:10 PM)solohawks Wrote:  Any word on the ECU Makeup game? There's a bit of a gap before conference play starts if they wanna get this one in

Not for ECU. They just played NC State last night, then have another match coming up on Sunday @ UNCG.
09-19-2019 09:42 AM
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RE: 2019 Women's Soccer Thread
Elon beat the Hawks 3-1. Ladies let up a 1st half goal. Were able to tie it up in the 2nd half but let up 2 late goals to drop the game
09-26-2019 08:07 PM
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Hawks get the 2-0 home win in a much needed rebound from Elon
09-29-2019 02:09 PM
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(09-29-2019 02:09 PM)solohawks Wrote:  Hawks get the 2-0 home win in a much needed rebound from Elon

5 minutes in NU’s Keeper got a red card for a handball outside the box. We scored on the free kick, then controlled the rest of the match while the Huskies played with 10. Crazy turn of events and we took full advantage.
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Dominant 5-0 home win for the Hawks. 4 way tie for 2nd place
10-03-2019 08:33 PM
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Big 1-0 road win for the Hawks today. Tied for 2nd with Delaware, 1 point behind Hofstra
10-06-2019 04:18 PM
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Hawks with a 1-0 home win versus the Tribe stay in a tie for 2nd and 1 point behind Hofstra for first.

Another home games this Sunday versus 7th place Drexel
10-10-2019 08:33 PM
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Seahawks with a big 2-0 win v Drexel. Still one point behind Hofstra
10-13-2019 02:16 PM
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I may go to Sunday's game. It's not every day that I can see a Women's World Cup (or equivalent in another sport) athlete play for a mid-major (or for any school while still in college). Schneider has been a great goalkeeper, whereas Hofstra wins with offense and by not allowing shots. You have a better goal differential. The RPI has Hofstra in 24th and by far the best in the CAA, with you second best in 86th. With Hofstra's last two games at bad William & Mary and Towson, Hofstra just needs a draw against you and two wins to stay in first. I went to CAA Men's Soccer and Women's Soccer Semifinals, but never a regular season game.

MLB teams have added netting to protect fans from foul balls. Hofstra Soccer Stadium has something dangerous when balls leave the field. The ball could go over the bleachers, hit the front of something to send it down to the bleachers, and then hit a fan on the back of the head.
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(10-16-2019 11:13 AM)EvanJ Wrote:  I may go to Sunday's game. It's not every day that I can see a Women's World Cup (or equivalent in another sport) athlete play for a mid-major (or for any school while still in college). Schneider has been a great goalkeeper, whereas Hofstra wins with offense and by not allowing shots. You have a better goal differential. The RPI has Hofstra in 24th and by far the best in the CAA, with you second best in 86th. With Hofstra's last two games at bad William & Mary and Towson, Hofstra just needs a draw against you and two wins to stay in first. I went to CAA Men's Soccer and Women's Soccer Semifinals, but never a regular season game.

MLB teams have added netting to protect fans from foul balls. Hofstra Soccer Stadium has something dangerous when balls leave the field. The ball could go over the bleachers, hit the front of something to send it down to the bleachers, and then hit a fan on the back of the head.

Wait. Are we worried about soccer balls hitting people in the head and causing injuries? 03-lmfao
10-16-2019 02:25 PM
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(10-16-2019 02:25 PM)CG_Hawk06 Wrote:  
(10-16-2019 11:13 AM)EvanJ Wrote:  I may go to Sunday's game. It's not every day that I can see a Women's World Cup (or equivalent in another sport) athlete play for a mid-major (or for any school while still in college). Schneider has been a great goalkeeper, whereas Hofstra wins with offense and by not allowing shots. You have a better goal differential. The RPI has Hofstra in 24th and by far the best in the CAA, with you second best in 86th. With Hofstra's last two games at bad William & Mary and Towson, Hofstra just needs a draw against you and two wins to stay in first. I went to CAA Men's Soccer and Women's Soccer Semifinals, but never a regular season game.

MLB teams have added netting to protect fans from foul balls. Hofstra Soccer Stadium has something dangerous when balls leave the field. The ball could go over the bleachers, hit the front of something to send it down to the bleachers, and then hit a fan on the back of the head.

Wait. Are we worried about soccer balls hitting people in the head and causing injuries? 03-lmfao

LOL. I'm not saying that a soccer ball to the head of a fan is good, but it's not at all similar to a rocket foul ball lined in the direction of a fan that has little time to react.
10-17-2019 01:29 PM
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(10-17-2019 01:29 PM)Gary Miller Wrote:  
(10-16-2019 02:25 PM)CG_Hawk06 Wrote:  
(10-16-2019 11:13 AM)EvanJ Wrote:  I may go to Sunday's game. It's not every day that I can see a Women's World Cup (or equivalent in another sport) athlete play for a mid-major (or for any school while still in college). Schneider has been a great goalkeeper, whereas Hofstra wins with offense and by not allowing shots. You have a better goal differential. The RPI has Hofstra in 24th and by far the best in the CAA, with you second best in 86th. With Hofstra's last two games at bad William & Mary and Towson, Hofstra just needs a draw against you and two wins to stay in first. I went to CAA Men's Soccer and Women's Soccer Semifinals, but never a regular season game.

MLB teams have added netting to protect fans from foul balls. Hofstra Soccer Stadium has something dangerous when balls leave the field. The ball could go over the bleachers, hit the front of something to send it down to the bleachers, and then hit a fan on the back of the head.

Wait. Are we worried about soccer balls hitting people in the head and causing injuries? 03-lmfao

LOL. I'm not saying that a soccer ball to the head of a fan is good, but it's not at all similar to a rocket foul ball lined in the direction of a fan that has little time to react.

Precisely what I was thinking. World of difference there.
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Hawks got a road draw today and clinched a spot in the CAA tournament. Currently tied with Elon for 2nd but they have the tiebreaker with their win
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You had more shots on goal, 7 to 3. Schneider did not have a great game. Three times she punched a ball she couldn't catch, albeit they weren't closely. One of those times Hofstra's first and only previous Women's Soccer coach criticized Schneider for not catching it. She loaned me a cushion to put on the wet bleachers. It rained in the whole second half, but I didn't want to leave early.

https://uncwsports.com/news/2019/10/20/w...-draw.aspx is titled "CAA's Top Two Teams Play to 1-1 Draw."

You and Elon both play fourth place Delaware. If Delaware wins both and Hofstra doesn't win both, Delaware will jump from fourth to first.
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