The Mayor of Dewitt
- Aug 15, 2011
Penn State had Grant Ament, who set a single season assist record last year, and infact blew the old record out of the water.
Interesting point made by Foy - it is a bit striking to watch Scanlan's high school vs college highlight tape. Wonder if it was just the nature of playing with someone like Spencer, but he doesn't dodge a lot in the Loyola highlights. He clearly shows the ability, but it will be interesting to watch what kind of role Scanlan has. Obviously 'Cuse doesn't have a Pat Spencer, but they also don't have a stereotypical QB type either.
I think of Rhefuss as being more of a dodger, but he has shown the ability to be a very good passer (look at his games against Navy), and Curry can certainly be a play maker from the midfield. I also think of Syracuse as being a very unselfish team in general, so it might not matter if they don't have a "QB" (UVA and Penn State didn't really have one last year either). If Voigt was able to score 30+ goals last year as a finisher only type player I think Scanlan can certainly exceed that.
My bad! I meant Yale, since they played in the title game. Thanks for pointing out my mistake! Editing it now.Penn State had Grant Ament, who set a single season assist record last year, and infact blew the old record out of the water.
Matt Moore of UVA had 43 assists last year. Kraus had a similar amount. I can buy your argument for UVA, even though in my opinion that is a stretch, but not Penn State.
I thought that schools weren't allowed to limit transfers anymore.Read somewhere else that Loyola coach needs to sign off on it.
He's good to go, you only need to sit a year if its your second transfer or within some conferences.So, he's eligible right away, correct? I'm not sure if he's affected by the new transfer rule (or if it's even gone into effect yet - wonky internet connection is hurting my Google game ).
Lot of context in that article. Well done by the DOAfter a freshman season with 43 goals, Scanlan has transferred to Syracuse over Virginia and Cornell, among othersdailyorange.com
When Chase Scanlan told John Desko he planned to decommit from Syracuse in 2016, Desko had one message.
“If you want to come back, our offer stands.”
Three years later, Scanlan faced the same uncertainty. He entered the transfer portal on June 19 following a 43-goal freshman season at Loyola. He didn’t know when the portal would open or where he’d end up. Desko, on the other hand, was compliant watching out for his former recruit.
So when he was officially cleared, Desko was the first to call.
Or if you are an athlete in certain sports--football, M/W basketball, baseball, hockey.He's good to go, you only need to sit a year if its your second transfer or within some conferences.
Knee-jerk reaction I'm not entirely sure isn't true: If he was familiar with Google Maps or Waze, it would have only taken three.
Thank gawd. Loyola's coach was the goalie the 1990 national champs* hung 21 on in the title game.I thought that schools weren't allowed to limit transfers anymore. View attachment 167440
Edit: Loyola's coach has nothing to say in the matter.
#24 is the Akron/OCC/Albany Hill. He's heavier (210) and has a pony tail.Chase is on Six Nations Arrows roster, a Ontario Jr A summer team with couple of present Cuse players, Clay Scanlan and Tehoka as well as several members of the Bomberry and Staats families including Jerry.
Recent game shows Cuse's Kevin Owen Hill scoring two goals as did Jeremy Bomberry. Hill is #24 and his scores are toward the beginning of posted video. Chase did not play in this contest.
Hill is lefty with skills, on smaller side but has Voigt like hands and good mobility. Possible sleeper