I resemble that remark. Wut, wut schedule wise?Good deal. 4 - 0. Next up: at Pitt on Thursday at 6 then at Virginia Sunday at 3.
I don't understand the schedule, after the eight regular season games there will be ACC tournament with how many teams? Then how more games in the winter/spring and against who? When is the 48-team NCAA? Signed, Easily Confused.
I agree with you but whose time would you cut?This team has me excited.
They seem to be taking coaching.
When they get near the box they are passing it around with a purpose and find creative ways to attack.
I honestly think we go through the 8 games with no problem. Now UNC is athletic and enough to cause anyone
I am hoping to see more of Payne. She looks so much better in the attacking 1/3.
Yes, but that's just my opinion.Do yo think the freshmen got the early playing time because Payne was playing for Ireland? I do. If she is back for good I see her playing time increasing.
Thank you. I was not aware of that. So, was there only one game between the two scheduled during the Fall and it is now cancelled?Some conference schools have scheduled games with other conference schools NOT set up by the ACC.
For instance, UVA has played VT twice. Apparently UNC and UVA setup just such a game.
Yes. Inexplicably the ACC has not matched up UVA with UNC the last 2 (this makes 3) regular seasons.Thank you. I was not aware of that. So, was there only one game between the two scheduled during the Fall and it is now cancelled?
Time to play the subs!The bad news: Seminoles won't have Jaelin Howell available from October 18-28. The good news: she's been called up to the USWNT camp during that time period! That will be the first national team camp in seven months. Jaelin is one of 27 who will get a close look from our coaches.
Good for her. Plus, it looks like she will only miss Virginia (albeit our toughest regular season match).Time to play the subs!
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Junior Jaelin Howell was invited to the USWNT Training camp that will take place from October 18-28 as announced by the U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Vlatko Andonovsko. Jaelin continues to develop in all aspects of her play and I am glad that the National Team is...seminoles.com
Now that we are halfway thru the season and have a better idea about the championship quality of this team, what are your thoughts on who returns next Fall from the (5) seniors? Is it too unreasonable to think that all 5 will return? In softball, 4 of the five returned for this season and I assume are working on advanced degrees. That is a very sweet (and previously unexpected) deal for them. In soccer, you have to like their championship aspirations even more, but perhaps professional soccer will come calling for some.I expect we will see much more substituting since this is not a championship run. I expect
we will see all players at some time. Hope this works well for the team and the players.
I'll be interested to see which seniors will come back for another season.
It has been suggested that MB and GC have done enough to move on to a pro career if they so choose.
Others may move on to their chosen career (outside of soccer).
The other side of the coin, is some of these same seniors can work on an advanced degree at FSU's expense.
It will be interesting to see how this shakes out.
True. I guess only time will tell. Let's get the 2nd half of Fall started right with a great win tonight at Pitt. Do you think Jaelin is with the team? Pitt would be a great team to get some experience against for whoever starts in her place against Virginia Sunday afternoon.I have no inside info.
That said, Gabby Carle and Malia Berkely may opt for pro soccer. Gabby is a Canadian NTer. MB should be a high draft choice. She is on the radar of the USWNT.
I have no idea about KMac, Clara or Emily.
I guess it comes down to how much they want to get on with their life, versus staying another year (advanced degree) and competing for a 3rd, or will it be 4th natty?