I know that I normally write before practice, but I didn't get around to it today, so you will get a recap right now. Honestly, I was entirely impressed with so many of our players. It seemed like everyone was playing smart which is a huge step in the right direction. It seemed like people knew where they had to be while supporting a play without drawing quite so many two on one penalties. Of course, they still happened and I am sure they will always happen, but I felt like we were able to control this aspect of our game much better. Also, we always begin practice by passing the ball around inside the circle. We became slightly ambitious and tried with two balls going around inside which was interesting, but we only did that because we were doing so well with one. The ball was flying around and we didn't mess up very much. Again, not a huge deal, but it was definitely a huge step toward the right direction. It seems like every time we go to play another team it doesn't matter if we win or lose because we always do so much better afterwards. The first time we played New Hampshire, we won and took our game into different level. Then, we were hammered by Syracuse but our game developed even farther. Even though this past weekend was not officially a game, the experience that we gained maybe helped us realize another place where we need to work to improve.
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