Post by reformation on Feb 18, 2017 9:44:13 GMT -5
I would think that both the mens and women's coaches should be on thin ice if there is no serious turnaround this yr. The women have gotten a little worse basically every year since Kim Simmonds left. The men have been a disaster as chronicled above. There's really no excuse for gtown to have a full scholarship program with these results, given the schools location, history in the sport and the demographic of most of the players. The current status of the programs certainly represents a pretty bad use of resources by the school.
Those who say results are not impt basically don't value admission + a partial free ride to gtown. The women I think still get very good recruits, though not top 5 classes like they used to. The men I think get much lower ranked recruits, though probably still ok classes. My guess is that there is a culture issue for both programs for which the coaches are certainly partly responsible. But I certainly could be wrong on this and would welcome insight from those with more firsthand knowledge.
Post by reformation on Mar 1, 2017 22:39:28 GMT -5
Women lose tough overtime game to Hopkins. Combined the men and women are 1-7 this year. Both programs have been in a long steady decline. Would hope that both men's and women's coaches' seats should be heating up.
Post by reformation on Mar 22, 2017 22:53:17 GMT -5
After losses today men/women are a combined 5 wins 12 losses. Both programs once elite seem to have bottomed out kind of like basketball. Wonder if there is any thought re the coaching situation by the admin.