Toughest Week of Season Upcoming

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    lehigh90
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    Road games at BU and Bucknell. A split would be big.

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    sundayamqb
    sundayamqb
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    What are the odds of a split?

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    Bison137
    Bison137
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    Fwiw, Pomeroy says the chance of at least one win is 48.5%. Not fully factored in is that Bucknell has been missing two starters most of the year. Also not factored in is the loss of Porter.

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    LU65
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    Yes, a split would be great. And, at this stage of the season, I believe all 2-1 teams would be fine with a split. All except Loyola, perhaps. They will face two 0-3 teams (HC and AU) and have already rung up a win over BU.

    As for Lehigh, the week couldn’t be bigger with both BU and Bucky on their turf. Survive and our reward will be 4 of the next 5 at home. The only exception – a 2 1/2 bus ride to West Point.

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    travism
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    What starters are Bucknell missing.

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    Bison137
    Bison137
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    What starters are Bucknell missing.

    Kimbal Mackenzie and Avi Toomer, who both started last year and the first few games this year before both needed surgery. Mackenzie had an abdominal tear and Toomer a fracture in his ankle. Mackenzie is reportedly getting close to a return – a big missing piece who was All-PL last year. Toomer might be back later in the month. Also Nate Sestina missed last game after taking a hard foul vs Boston U and hurting his hip. I think he may be back for the LU game.

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