Friday, February 24, 2012

The Beginning of the End

It's safe to say that this is a really, really forgettable year. The women are already done until September (although for the last month or so, this weekend was probably as far as they were going to go since beating Cornell twice was always kind of a dicey proposition anyway), while the men are drawing dead with two games left to play - they will be on the road in the first round regardless of what happens this weekend, although they can influence whether they play a tougher first round opponent or a comparatively easier one.

As of now, the Engineers could potentially travel to any of Colgate, Clarkson, Harvard, Quinnipiac, Yale, or St. Lawrence next weekend. Does it really matter? Probably not. Clarkson and Quinnipiac swept RPI, Colgate (tonight's opponent) left them a bloody mess at Freakout, Harvard ties everyone, St. Lawrence is this year's Jekyll and Hyde, and RPI always seems to give Yale a good game.

This has been a most frustrating season - and I'll write about it a little more next week - but the end is in sight, good or bad.

Get pumped up, if you can.

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