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norm1909
03-20-2010, 02:49 PM
The progress continues.

WOW, talk about beating expectations, the Cardinals, always a force to be reckoned with, took a predominately freshman class, with an all freshman goalie line-up to the NCAA Semi-Finals, what a way to beat those expectations.

Consistently throughout the 2009-10 season, coach Emery said, “We are a work in progress”, well let the progress continue.

New Recruits - as reported thru 3/27/10:
COBB, Daniel (http://www.dvthunder.ca/leagues/rosters_profile.cfm?clientID=2253&leagueID=6851&teamID=224594&playerID=569049)
DEVEREAUX, Brad (http://ushr.com/team_stats/20081101/37/1384)
FALOTICO, Blair (http://www.pointstreak.com/prostats/playerpage.html?playerid=2535162&seasonid=4693)
FARNAN, Ryan (http://www.pointstreak.com/prostats/playerpage.html?playerid=3125503&seasonid=4216)
ROYTMAN, Barry (http://www.pointstreak.com/prostats/playerpage.html?playerid=1432321&seasonid=4401)

norm1909
03-20-2010, 02:49 PM
Bill started us off in the previous thread with:


Two recruits to report so far: 1 new 1 old.


DEVEREAUX, Brad
Position: Defense
Height: 6-1
Weight: 230
DOB: N/A
Hometown: Duxbury, MA
Previous Team: Winchendon (NEPS)
Statistics: N/A


FARNAN, Ryan
Position: Forward
Height: 6-1
Weight: 170
DOB: 9/9/90
Hometown: Clifton Park, NY
Previous Team: Syracuse Stars (EJHL)
Statistics: GP:44 28G-31A-59PTS PIM:48

Henry
03-20-2010, 08:57 PM
I've watched Plattsburgh for many years. This is a young team that will learn from its mistakes. With a home schedule next year and another year of experience, they will be a force to be reckoned with. Norwich barely beat them and it took a lot of luck to do it.:D

Bill-R-
03-21-2010, 03:09 PM
Bill started us off in the previous thread with:

FALOTICO, Blair
Position: Forward
Height: 5-10
Weight: 175
DOB: 9/17/89
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
Previous Team: Pickering Panthers (CCHL)
Statistics: GP:50 17G-35A-52PTS PIM:24

ROYTMAN, Barry
Position: Defense
Height: 5-11
Weight: 170
DOB: 10/13/1989
Hometown: Staten Island, NY
Previous Team: Kanata (CJHL)
Statistics: GP:60 3G-30A-33PTS PIM:49

More to come.

Old Rook NU'66
03-21-2010, 07:36 PM
One has to love the positive spin of norm's post, e.g. "a work in progress".:rolleyes:

Actually, Plattsburg posted a dozen freshmen out of twenty six players named in the Div III Final Four Program Roster as did Oswego State. Norwich came to town with with eleven while St. Norbert's had but seven Freshmen. All together there were 42 Freshmen out of 104 participants from the four clubs in Lake Placid which translates roughly to 40.3% of them were freshmen.

Oh you can count on one thing, all these kids will be spending a lot of time squaring off against each other over the next three years. Bottom line--we are all winners and we are all "works in progress" so to speak. :cool:

Great game PSU. I want you to know, I am becoming as fond of Plattsburg as I have always been about Middlebury (and I mean that with all sincerity). You fans always seem to think positively. Your team always give our Cadets a tough game without any cheap nonsense just as you did this past Friday. You love your team but most of all the game and those that play it. See you folks next year fighting for a top spot. Thanks again for a great season. :)

CARDS_rule_the_Burgh
03-21-2010, 07:43 PM
FARNAN, Ryan
Position: Forward
Height: 6-1
Weight: 170
DOB: 9/9/90
Hometown: Clifton Park, NY
Previous Team: Syracuse Stars (EJHL)
Statistics: GP:44 28G-31A-59PTS PIM:48

Player who played HS with this guy says he's a good kid with a lot of finesse, knows how to score some big goals, and should fit in real well with the Cardinals. :D

norm1909
03-21-2010, 09:07 PM
One has to love the positive spin of norm's post, e.g. "a work in progress".:rolleyes:

Actually, Plattsburg posted a dozen freshmen out of twenty six players named in the Div III Final Four Program Roster as did Oswego State. Norwich came to town with with eleven while St. Norbert's had but seven Freshmen. All together there were 42 Freshmen out of 104 participants from the four clubs in Lake Placid which translates roughly to 40.3% of them were freshmen.

Oh you can count on one thing, all these kids will be spending a lot of time squaring off against each other over the next three years. Bottom line--we are all winners and we are all "works in progress" so to speak. :cool:

Great game PSU. I want you to know, I am becoming as fond of Plattsburg as I have always been about Middlebury (and I mean that with all sincerity). You fans always seem to think positively. Your team always give our Cadets a tough game without any cheap nonsense just as you did this past Friday. You love your team but most of all the game and those that play it. See you folks next year fighting for a top spot. Thanks again for a great season. :)

Thank you, I feel the same about Norwich (except swap Oswego for Middlebury), without great teams, there could be no great games.

Old Rook NU'66
03-21-2010, 09:31 PM
Thank you, I feel the same about Norwich (except swap Oswego for Middlebury), without great teams, there could be no great games.

Well said.

kylemiller
03-22-2010, 07:52 PM
i think all the 4 teams tht were there this year will be very good canidates to be there again... exspecially norwich and plattsburgh..

LoudHorns31
03-22-2010, 07:57 PM
i think all the 4 teams tht were there this year will be very good canidates to be there again... exspecially norwich and plattsburgh..

please, please, please, just read the boards on here and don't post. if you thought we were "mean" to you on bills board then your in for a world of hurt on here with your posts.

CARDS_rule_the_Burgh
03-22-2010, 08:07 PM
i think all the 4 teams tht were there this year will be very good canidates to be there again... exspecially norwich and plattsburgh..

I do hope you listen to Jim on this one, buddy. I know you've been reading these boards for a while.I'm sure you've seen how Pioneers#1 was treated, and I'm sure you've noticed that he hasn't posted in quite some time except to play the Pick 'Ems.

Now, compare the way you word your posts on The Nest, and the types of questions you ask and the types of comments you make, with the posts of Pioneers#1. I'm sure if you do that you will get an idea really quickly of how some members of this board will treat you here.

No offense, but you might be better off sticking to reading.

kylemiller
03-22-2010, 09:50 PM
ok i will take yur advice im all new to this type stuff even on the nest so ill try kk thanks guys

bakdraft21
03-23-2010, 06:55 PM
please, please, please, just read the boards on here and don't post. if you thought we were "mean" to you on bills board then your in for a world of hurt on here with your posts.

yoooooooo...board bully.........nice.......see ya next yr at the CC...'-)

LoudHorns31
03-23-2010, 08:19 PM
yoooooooo...board bully.........nice.......see ya next yr at the CC...'-)

hahaha I'm no board bully, I just know how some people on here can be and I know that Kyle is a young kid who is always looking for answers. and yeah, I'll be at the CC next year..... hopefully I'll be on the happy end this time! :D

norm1909
03-24-2010, 06:21 AM
SUNY to rein in sports after Binghamton scandal (http://www.pressrepublican.com/0100_news/local_story_082215535.html) (Article from the Plattsburgh Press-Republican 3/23/2010)


A SUNY investigation of problems in the men's basketball program at Binghamton University will lead to system-wide changes.

By MICHAEL GORMLEY
Associated Press Writer

ALBANY — The chancellor of New York's public university system on Tuesday recommended tighter control of school sports as a result of the four-month investigation that found state Binghamton University officials failed to act when problems arose in its men's basketball program.

Those findings included dubious enrollments and lax enforcement of academic standards for athletes.

State University of New York Chancellor Nancy Zimpher presented a plan to hire a senior adviser on athletics and to give a stronger voice to faculty and staff on how the athletic departments work at Binghamton and other SUNY schools.

She wants faculty to have an open channel for dissent and appeal of decisions regarding athletes and their education.

"The great academic reputation of Binghamton University is central to our interest and concern," she told the SUNY Board of Trustees. The scandal "is of great concern to me and to the sport."

She said she considers it her responsibility to provide greater oversight of college sports systemwide. As president of the University of Cincinnati, she made national headlines for forcing out Bob Huggins as men's basketball coach in 2005, demanding that the school recruit players who were serious students.

A $900,000 report issued last month by an independent investigator, former state Chief Judge Judith Kaye, recommended an "athletic oversight officer" for SUNY who would report on admissions, rules compliance and the academic progress and behavior of student-athletes.

The report concluded that Binghamton's academic integrity was sacrificed after the school stepped up in 2001 from Division III, typically for students without plans for pro careers, to Division I, big-time college athletics that can bring millions of dollars to a school through television deals, alumni contributions, merchandising and other sources.

Zimpher appointed Binghamton University professor Charles "Roger" Westgate to serve as the special adviser for the SUNY system, at least temporarily filling that role until there is a permanent hire. He is a professor of electrical and computer engineering.

In October, six men were kicked off Binghamton's men's basketball team, one after his arrest on cocaine charges. Longtime athletic director Joel Thirer resigned within a week. Coach Kevin Broadus was then suspended with pay from his $217,000 job after the university self-reported recruiting violations to the NCAA. There were also allegations that an athletics department employee had pressured an adjunct lecturer into giving preferential treatment to an athlete.

Binghamton President Lois B. DeFleur announced her resignation in January, effective at the end of July.

Zimpher said DeFleur, who was aware of the academic and social improprieties and initially did nothing about them, will be replaced by an interim president with experience in dealing with Division I athletics. The permanent president to be chosen in a national search will also have big-time sports experience, she said.

The cost of the investigative report was paid from Binghamton University's foundation and SUNY's Research Foundation, which is supposed to fund scientific and high-technology research that could lead to revenue from patents and jobs. No tuition or taxpayer money was used.

NUProf
03-24-2010, 08:03 AM
The cost of the investigative report was paid from Binghamton University's foundation and SUNY's Research Foundation, which is supposed to fund scientific and high-technology research that could lead to revenue from patents and jobs. No tuition or taxpayer money was used.

...except for the tuition/taxpayer money which will be spent on research that could have been funded by the cost of the report, but now will require support from institutional funds.

spwood
03-24-2010, 08:34 AM
...except for the tuition/taxpayer money which will be spent on research that could have been funded by the cost of the report, but now will require support from institutional funds.

My thought exactly. Why exactly didn't Binghamton just pay for 100% of this waste of money?

norm1909
03-24-2010, 08:19 PM
Cardinals optimistic about future (http://www.pressrepublican.com/0300_sports/local_story_083001027.html) (Article from the Plattsburgh Press-Republican 3/24/2010)


Last weekend's disappointment lingers on for the Plattsburgh State men's hockey team.

But, the 3-2 loss to eventual champion Norwich in the NCAA Division III Tournament Final Four semifinals in Lake Placid can't take away from what the Cardinals accomplished and the optimism for the future.

"For sure," said Cardinal junior forward Eric Satim, who finished second on the team in scoring, despite missing seven games due to a knee and ankle injury. "Our schedule was even tougher than it looked going into the season.

"No one knew what kind of team we would have. A good nucleus of our team was gone, including players like Nick Rolls and Joey Wilson. We had something like 13 freshmen on the roster. Then, we had some injuries and sickness during the season.

"We exceeded expectations. We played so many big games on the road, but that was good for us, especially the younger players, and it will help us next year."

The Cardinals, who were ranked fifth in the country going into the Final Four, finished the season with a 19-6-4 record and were second behind Oswego in the SUNYAC with a 13-2-1 mark.

Of those 29 games, 15 were played on the road and two at a neutral site. Incredibly, Plattsburgh State played 11 games against ranked teams — with only one at home, eight on the road and two at a neutral site.

"I'd like to fire the person who made our schedule, but it was me," joked Plattsburgh State head coach Bob Emery. "But, before the season, we were one of 76 teams. When the season ended, we were one of the top three.

"I felt confident we could win the national championship game if we would have made it that far. The guys are still down, but the players who will be coming back are optimistic."

The Cardinals were talented this season, but didn't have any superstars as evidenced by not having anyone chosen to the SUNYAC All-Conference First Team. The talent Plattsburgh State did have — plus an outstanding work ethic — got the Cardinals as far as they did.

"We were the epitome of the sum of its parts," Emery said. "We played great together. We didn't have that one guy who could get the big goal for us, but that is the culture of our program.

"We had trouble scoring goals and we had to do a good job keeping the puck out of our net. We did that for the most part. We overachieved this season."

"We had scoring balance and hard work paid off for us," Satim said. "We outshot a lot of teams this year.

"We also had two freshmen goalies (Josh Leis and Ryan Williams) and they did fine."

The Cardinals, after struggling in a 6-3 loss at Oswego in the SUNYAC Tournament championship game, earned an at-large big into the NCAA Division III Tournament and made the most of it.

Plattsburgh State skated to a 3-2 overtime win at Middlebury in the tournament quarterfinals before giving a good account of itself in the one-goal loss to Norwich.

"We didn't play as well as we could have in Oswego — we didn't have everyone going that game," said Satim.

"But we played probably our best game of the year in Middlebury and that was one of the highlights. Our defense played well and our forwards did a good job coming back.

"It was tough to lose to Norwich in the Fnal Four, but they are a real good team. We, however, were able to stay positive and had a good game."

Plattsburgh State loses three solid players in forwards Andrew Willock and Phil Farrow and defenseman Tom Breslin.

But, everyone else returns.

"It starts now for us," Emery said. "We don't lose a lot of scoring and we don't lose a lot on defense.

"But, we need to bring in some talent and we can't afford to let in soft goals in big games."

Henry
03-24-2010, 10:06 PM
Binghamton didn't need a "study" to figure out someone had gone out of control bringing in basketball players, many transfers, who were not suited to their academic environment. Is that guy still on the lam who nearly beat that kid to death in the bar ? Someone wanted to win a little too badly. I don't think the hockey programs fall under that kind of dementia. Say what you want about Emery. He runs a tight ship. No crap is tolerated which I must say is quite refreshing in todays look the other way win at all costs society.

WTOPAsstChief
03-24-2010, 11:40 PM
Player who played HS with this guy says he's a good kid with a lot of finesse, knows how to score some big goals, and should fit in real well with the Cardinals. :D

Was that one of the OTHER students who was in the hockey house? :D :D :D

http://stanhudy.blogspot.com/2007/04/dirty-bakers-dozen-13-students-trash.html