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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

MU men's soccer (4-1) vs. George Mason (2-2) 3 p.m. Wednesday

Make predictions, pre and post game comments.

How much will MU miss Wilson??

Also... Steve Edelson of the Press will be covering the game for Thursday paper...

11 Comments:

Anonymous Hit a Free Throw said...

I think this may be the toughest game we've had on the Great Lawn. Losing Damon will definately hurt us but we have depth on the bench so it won't hurt us as bad. His speed on the break will definately be missed. I'm predicting a 1-1 tie.

8:50 AM, September 19, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats Hit a free throw you predicted the tie.
I agree with you about the depth on the bench. Certainly Damon was missed yesterday but the team pulled together and overcame the chalenge.
I'm sure they all would prefer a win but it was well played Soccer with the GM GK making the difference for his team.

1:50 PM, September 20, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very nice article in the Press to day covering yesterday's game with George Mason.
I would also encourage people to check out College Soccer News recent addition of it's "Hard Working Team Players" selection recently posted. The introduction to the piece is as well written description of the "Soccer Mentality" as I've seen and Angelo Amato from Monmouth being included in the number two spot is as deserved as it can be.
Congrats Angelo, keep up the hard work your play and commitment is absolutley critical to the team success.

4:11 PM, September 20, 2007  
Blogger Tony Graham said...

Iona (2-5-0), a 2-1 loser to Mount St. Mary's Wednesday visits MU 2 p.m. Saturday...I make the Hawks a two goal favorite!!!...

4:13 PM, September 20, 2007  
Anonymous Hit a Free Throw said...

Thanks for the kudos. The hawks should beat Iona. I agree with Tony 2-0 is my prediction. I think we are going to score early in the first half. If we would have beat GM, that would have put us in the top 25. Regionally we are still sitting at #3.

9:11 PM, September 20, 2007  
Anonymous FL MU/C ALUM said...

The MU men should shut-out Iona.
I will go one more than you and hit a free throw and predict the
score: MU 3 Iona 0.

4:19 PM, September 21, 2007  
Blogger Alvin said...

I think the Iona game will be interesting and might even be a 1-0 win for us. Not to go against Hit a Free Throw's lucky steak of predictions.
They have pretty good goalkeeping but we should certinly be able to get several shots on goal.
Go Hawks!

4:35 PM, September 21, 2007  
Blogger Alvin said...

Does nyone have any coments on Saturday's outcome?
I ws able to be at the game on Saturday and looked as though we just came out flat and paid dearly for it. Second half we played much better and would have secured a clear vistory if we could have begun that game with the same intensity.

1:33 PM, September 24, 2007  
Blogger Tony Graham said...

MU men's soccer visits 0-6 Princeton 7:30 p.m. Thursday Saturday but don't be fooled by the record. PU is coming off a 2-1 loss to No. 24 Cal when it had a late goal disallowed, also lost to Seton Hall 4-3....Has lost four games by one goal...

1:56 PM, September 24, 2007  
Blogger Tony Graham said...

Alvin,

I know the Iona game surprised the heck out of me...

In reading about it, it seems MU dominated play but that didn't translate into the win column which - as we know - happens often in soccer.

1:58 PM, September 24, 2007  
Anonymous Hit A Free Throw said...

I missed the game on Saturday but from what I heard we didn't look good at all. I'm sure that Rob will have the boys ready for the Princeton game. I'm predicting 1-0 victory for MU.

8:34 AM, September 25, 2007  

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