Last edited by Reddington; 09-30-2019 at 05:37 PM.
11-2-6 in those games WITH LOVISA
Prediction: 5-12-2 this year WITHOUT
Selanderís Career Totals: 131 7651:01 300 4167 4467 .933 2.35 40-71-19 .381
She was easily one of the greatest college goalies of all time. Had she played for Minnesota or Clarkson, she would have 4 rings. With her in goal this year, RPI couldíve won 13-14 games, without, probably 5-6.
Still standing by my record of 6-27-2
Aly Tremblay '19 is listed as the Volunteer Assistant Coach. https://rpiathletics.com/roster.aspx?path=whock
There aren't that many goalies that have won two NCAA titles: Sautter, UMD; Horak, UM; Vetter, UW; Ršty, UM; Leveille, UM; Tiley, Clarkson. Only Vetter won three. A lot of great goalies didn't win any despite playing for excellent teams.
Another thing to consider is that it can be a totally different challenge for a goalie when seeing 20 shots per game rather than seeing 50. If she sees only two shots in a period but one hits the net, that can be more damaging than when one of 16 shots in a frame connects.
"... And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;" -- Rudyard Kipling
Nevermind winning a game, are we even going to score a goal this season?
I was able to watch most of the Pride game yesterday. Pride over Metropolitans 4-2 . Louisa was great in what I saw.....hope to see another game ( hope the streaming is better)....
Well, we scored a goal last weekend. Now the question becomes if we can win a game
Last edited by shelfit; 10-11-2019 at 07:47 PM.
Even though RPI had only nine shots, they were close to scoring. Lovisa could keep them in games like this.
Penn State is having trouble scoring but the d is solid.
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