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Date Posted: Thursday, August 26, 05:26:29pm
Author: Alan
Subject: What is her recruiting budget? A lot depends on this. Not like durkin finding hlede by accident.
In reply to: TMH 's message, "I agree. If I had any disappointment about SMS though (and I am a huge supporter), it is her inability to use her resume and name recognition to recruit nationally." on Thursday, August 26, 03:35:16pm

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  • Frankly, if you have the #57th ranked high school senior sitting in your back yard (Mt Lebanon), you don't necessarily need to go to California or Arizona to get a player. However, I do believe that you will see a wider geographic distribution of recruits for 2011 than we have ever seen before. Susie did say that when she was 1st hired, she would attempt to lock in the cream of thr crop in western PA, which is generally regarded as a pretty good area for D-1 girls' talent. (NT) -- Always a Duke, Thursday, August 26, 07:48:59pm
  • Good points. I think Suzie has a different challenge trying to compete on a national or international than Ron does. High school boys know more about the NCAA men's scene than the girls do, largely because of the high level of exposure given to men's sports. So Suzie trying to talk to girls from Paterson Catholic in NJ, or a school in Indiana, is a little tougher until Duquesne gets a higher profile. Next step I think is expanding into Ohio, Philly, NJ, Lehigh Valley, then expanding the borders. (NT) -- El Duque, Saturday, August 28, 11:13:53am

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