j4241 wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 11, 2020 1:46 pm
That's not a crazy ordering, by any means, but I think you (and Eagles93) are selling Langseth short. She has 63 points for a team that scored 86 goals. She had points on 73% of the goals for a third ranked team that still gives up almost 2 goals a game (unlike Andover, who wins on the back of domination at both ends). That is an absolutely bonkers number. No one else on the candidate list was even close to that (Delianedis at 60% was next, Mobley at 54%, Nelson at 42%, Corneliusen at 43%). She may not deserve to win, but she deserves to be in the final consideration for top two or three. She's definitely ahead of Nelson, in my opinion. Andover without Nelson would be ranked 1 or 2. EP without Langseth would be outside the top 15.
I agree, I was just trying to spark some debate. I said darkhorse because I think she's deserving but I don't feel like she gets the same recognition as some of the other names.
I think Langseth will be in final 5 and deserves consideration for winner.
Delianedis loses a little bit of luster with three teammates in final 10. But still a deserving winner.
Nelson has a lot of help around her.
I think Nicholson should make final 5 based on skill, does the "Gopher effect" push her to the top?
Would prefer to see Breck play an Edina/Tonka/Andover/EP schedule before I vote for Mobley.
Santl is a nice player, not best in state though.
Corneliusen plays a lot of cupcakes.
Burton and Wethington can't win, not the best senior on their team.
Not very familiar with Bourgerie.
All of these girls are phenomenal players, don't take any of the above as criticism of them individually.
I think 2021 is a one-horse race, Hemp wins it. We can wait for that discussion in a couple weeks.