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smcouvillion

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Wow!!!!


hopefully she can actually work to keep the ball in the park
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Sydney Springfield to Okla State.
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hopefully she can actually work to keep the ball in the park


If VB can get her grounded in that area she could really help the Tide
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smcouvillion

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Nice pickup
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Good luck Sydney. You'll always have that no doubt HR against ULL in regionals. 
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lol
Softballjunkie223

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What is dean doing to make so many people transfer?🤔🤔🤔
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What is dean doing to make so many people transfer?🤔🤔🤔

This seems to be a pattern with him.  I saw quite a bit of it as a CAA fan when he was at Madison.

I've heard that he is difficult to play for because he is very demanding and has a inflexible standard.

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What is dean doing to make so many people transfer?🤔🤔🤔


Probably using your softball knowledge would be my guess
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What is dean doing to make so many people transfer?🤔🤔🤔


This stuff has always been normal for him. He is extremely difficult to play for, just a harsh/strict demeanor, not everyones cup of tea for sure. It has its positive but its negatives as well. 
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Jenna Olszewski from Auburn to UAB


Nice pick up for Kolaitis 
UGASBFan

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Is it just me or does it feel like there were/is a lot more transfers than normal?
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Is it just me or does it feel like there were/is a lot more transfers than normal?


It seems like it gets worse every year, and this is for every sport. 
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Or just more reported
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Shayla Smith & Alia Booth (Georgia Highlands) to Georgia Southern.
CoachZ

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With the increase in roster size (25ish), you know that there are at least 10 players on every major roster not even getting much of a chance. Some are there for the education and experience and are willing to stick it out. Some decide they’d rather be on the field somewhere. Clearly, that doesn’t explain all transfers. IMO, it is a fair piece to the puzzle.
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With the new no contact rule and the way the transfer rule is right now I expect to see more and more transfers every year. Until now coaches have been able to build relationships with a lot of these players over a 5 or 6 year period. I can see the transfer rule changing in the next decade.
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Why have all of these players transferred to the Cajuns?

Kelli Miligan - Texas A&M
Kendall Talley - Lamar
Tiana Patrick - Santa Anita CC
Kali Kitsinis - Santa Anita CC
Ashlee Snyder - Salt Lake CC
Julie Rawls - Northwestern State

Plus, they have a freshman pitcher coming in from AUSTRALIA.

What's Glasco doing????
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Why have all of these players transferred to the Cajuns?

Kelli Miligan - Texas A&M
Kendall Talley - Lamar
Tiana Patrick - Santa Anita CC
Kali Kitsinis - Santa Anita CC
Ashlee Snyder - Salt Lake CC
Julie Rawls - Northwestern State

Plus, they have a freshman pitcher coming in from AUSTRALIA.

What's Glasco doing????


Whatever he is doing, it looks like he is doing a good job.
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Why have all of these players transferred to the Cajuns?

Kelli Miligan - Texas A&M
Kendall Talley - Lamar
Tiana Patrick - Santa Anita CC
Kali Kitsinis - Santa Anita CC
Ashlee Snyder - Salt Lake CC
Julie Rawls - Northwestern State

Plus, they have a freshman pitcher coming in from AUSTRALIA.

What's Glasco doing????


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Why have all of these players transferred to the Cajuns?

Kelli Miligan - Texas A&M
Kendall Talley - Lamar
Tiana Patrick - Santa Anita CC
Kali Kitsinis - Santa Anita CC
Ashlee Snyder - Salt Lake CC
Julie Rawls - Northwestern State

Plus, they have a freshman pitcher coming in from AUSTRALIA.

What's Glasco doing????


He is doing exactly what Troy should be doing - going after junior college players that are good! If you look at the history of the Troy team (prior to Mullins), the leading hitters almost every year were JUCO transfers.  They can be successful in the Sunbelt.  The JUCO teams in Florida are loaded with good talent - the girls are just from small schools (where you play volleyball, soccer, and softball instead of softball year around), the parents are poorer and don't pay giant travel ball fees, and the coaches are not connected and give no help to the students.  Glasco knows what he is doing - finding some hidden gems that mid-major teams have to find to compete with the Power 5.  
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Why have all of these players transferred to the Cajuns?

Kelli Miligan - Texas A&M
Kendall Talley - Lamar
Tiana Patrick - Santa Anita CC
Kali Kitsinis - Santa Anita CC
Ashlee Snyder - Salt Lake CC
Julie Rawls - Northwestern State

Plus, they have a freshman pitcher coming in from AUSTRALIA.

What's Glasco doing????


Probably looking at the transfers to fill possible holes he may see until his 2021 & future committed recruiting classes can make campus.
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And remaking the team to fit the vision he has. Last year was mainly about competing with what he was left with under the circumstances.
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Now its official Dandola of Hofstra to Syracuse. Hofstra now left with only two starters from last year.The Purge continues.
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Now its official Dandola of Hofstra to Syracuse. Hofstra now left with only two starters from last year.The Purge continues. 


I see the oranges (tangerines) on her twitter and instagram pages....Still waiting for her to release something in writing the way Sarah did.

But yeah, 99.9999% she is gone.
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Is it just me or does it feel like there were/is a lot more transfers than normal?


It's probably just you.  [wink]

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With the new no contact rule and the way the transfer rule is right now I expect to see more and more transfers every year. Until now coaches have been able to build relationships with a lot of these players over a 5 or 6 year period. I can see the transfer rule changing in the next decade.


With all due respect I see exactly the opposite.  By not committing as a 13 year old these girls are more likely to choose a school that is a good fit for them. Right now girls and parents are just jumping at the chance to say  they committed. 
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With all due respect I see exactly the opposite.  By not committing as a 13 year old these girls are more likely to choose a school that is a good fit for them. Right now girls and parents are just jumping at the chance to say  they committed. 


+1 —

1- coaches have a better idea as to whether or not a player will actually fit into their program when they graduate. Right now, coaches are just making educated guesses before most of the players have even hit puberty. And if other coaches are excited about them, then they’re just trying to beat everyone to the punch just in case someone knew something they didn’t. 2- Players have a better idea of what they’re walking into (they’ll actually get to meet a few kids they may actually get to play with on their recruiting visit. 3- there’s more of a chance that the coach who recruited them will still be there by the time they arrive (since its not 6 years away).

Logic says fewer transfers will occur. Now, the verbal commitments all these people made when the kids were 12 are likely to change as the type of program they’ll fit into becomes more clear.
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With all due respect I see exactly the opposite.  By not committing as a 13 year old these girls are more likely to choose a school that is a good fit for them. Right now girls and parents are just jumping at the chance to say  they committed. 
I agree with this over the long term
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