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A first-person account of Stags Athletics!

The M&M Boys

Blog Note: Max Buchanan and Marshall Johnson, members of the men’s lacrosse team, will be pairing up throughout the season to give you a view from their eyes.

Greetings to all readers who continue to read these blogs. I would like to apologize on the tardiness of this piece because of the serious schoolwork that was thrown at me last week. Therefore I was unable to get into the blogging mood/flow.

Anyways I would like to introduce you readers to my partner Marshall Johnson who is supposed to help me compose these masterpieces. A few words on Marshall, he likes to be portrayed as a very intimidating and scary man, but he really is a little softy who sleeps with his “blanky and teddy” at night and gets popped in practice by freshman TJ Neubauer. #SitMarshall

Speaking of freshman I would like to mention one of the most interesting people I have ever met, Tom Branca. Tom is a very diverse and interesting human being. When Tom isn’t playing goalie he likes posting “selfies” of himself on Facebook along with playing piano. He is a quite talented pianist with the ability to play music ranging from Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony to Vanessa Carlton’s A Thousand Miles which is a wonderful tune. He will be holding frequent locker room concerts for all who are interested.

#IDon’tAlwaysListenToPianoButWhenIDoIPreferTomBranca

This past week has been quite a blur due to the lack of sleep and studying so I will try my best to give the recap of the week. We had a few players return, including Tom “The Baptist” Lukacovic and Mike “The Smartest Filmer” Roe. Welcome back to the madness men. Speaking of madness Coach Spellman made us push a sled and drag a chain 100 yards. This really showed what team was made of. I saw a few young ones turn blue in the face and shaky legs because they have never experienced the craziness that Fairfield University Men’s Lacrosse endures on a daily bases, but to their credit they persevered the madness. Well Done.

Finally I would like to give a shout out to our very own Coach Lopes for managing to keep it real on a day-to-day basis. Whether it is warming up the goalies with that smooth low to high ripper or watching me suffer doing abs he always manages to keep it real. #CoachLopesIsAnAnimal

Thanks for reading,

Max

Martin Bahar’s Guiding Light

“It is not length of life, but depth of life”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Since February 9th, 2009, my family and I have had a constant day-to-day struggle understanding the meaning of the human condition. Questions of why, how, and for what cross our minds recurrently as we deal with the passing of our 25-year old beam of light, Madeleine Beverly Bahar, whose qualities of genuineness, caring, and generosity left a permanent mark on all of the lives she touched on her all-too-short stint on earth.  When you lose a loved one, in my case an older sister, there is no specific amount of time that exonerates you from the feelings of grief and sadness you experience daily, no answer for the infinite number of questions surrounding her passing, and no expressions of condolences that can bring your sister back to life.  Maddie’s time has passed and, while we know we will see her once again, it unfortunately will not be here on earth.  She rests in a better place now and, as hard as it is to cope with her passing from our perspective, we take faith knowing she no longer has to suffer.

Maddie’s legacy is one that is strong and one that transcends time. Her imprint on our world remains through the profound memories she shared with friends and family, the charitable efforts she displayed to those less fortunate over the years, and the resilience and optimism she exhibited in the most trying of times. She displayed her selflessness, grace and character during both her best of times and her worst of times, through sickness and in health.  She will always be remembered as somebody who put the well-being of others first, something not only seen through her work with Greater DC Cares and Loaves and Fishes, but also with her daily treatment of others.  Regardless of her situation, she never wanted somebody else to have a bad day.  Others always came first in Maddie’s world.

Since her passing, my family and I have taken part in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night walk.  Every year communities throughout the United States and Canada, through teams of families, friends, and co-workers, come together to raise money to bring hope to people battling blood cancers as part of a 5k walk. In 2009, our family formed Maddie’s Team and has since raised over $60,000 to support those battling blood cancers nationwide. The Light the Night walk is a terrific event to honor of Maddie, as it brings people together in an incredibly positive atmosphere and raises a substantial amount of money to help others.  The event symbolizes the altruistic manner through which Maddie lived her life and serves as a way for our family to carry on her beautiful legacy.  Information regarding our team’s fundraising efforts and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society can be found at: http://pages.lightthenight.org/nca/Montcomd12/MaddiesTeam.

One difficult thing I do occasionally is read through Maddie’s blog that she started when she entered the hospital in June 2008. It is hard not to get emotional reading it as it brings up so many memories, both good and bad, about my late sister. One consistent thing she conveys throughout her struggle is a beaming sense of optimism and grace through adversity. I encourage you to check out her blog at http://maddiebahar.blogspot.com/ to get an idea about the type of person Maddie was. It has not been updated and, likely, rarely visited by others since her passing, but it serves as an available means through which somebody can realize the type of person Maddie was without ever having met her. I hope her words can encourage all of us to dedicate or rededicate our lives to improving other people’s quality of life while we all are fortunate enough to do so.

MB

 

DOBO Diaries!

Blog Note: Kelly Romano and Kyle Koncz are the Directors of Basketball Operations for the Fairfield basketball programs. They will partner to bring you DOBO Diaries throughout the year – sharing with you some insights into the behind the scenes work that goes into making a Division I basketball program run. Their first post will serve as a little introduction to who they are and how they got here.

My name is Kelly Romano and I am the Director of Operations for the Women’s basketball team. I graduated from Fairfield in 2011 and shortly after was hired to work for the Women’s Basketball team.  My first year as a student at Fairfield was also Coach Frager and his staff’s first year.

I was fortunate enough to be a walk-on for this program and I believe what I learned from my coaches helped me a lot in school and my life.  I think it’s safe to say I am no stranger to perseverance.  I have played basketball through injuries since the spring of my junior year in high school.   I struggled with pain in my hips for a year and visited dozens of doctors before my final diagnosis was made.  The spring and summer of my senior year were spent rehabbing from bilateral hip surgery in hopes of trying out for the Fairfield Women’s basketball team.

All of my work and sacrifice paid off when that chilly September afternoon I was called into Coach Frager’s office and told the news that I was a member of the team!  After all was said and done, a head injury, another round of hip surgeries, and other bumps and bruises, I had a great experience at Fairfield and I consider myself very lucky to be in the position I am in.

I grew up just down the road in Westport, Conn, and currently reside in Fairfield just minutes away from campus.  My sister is a junior here at Fairfield and I take full advantage of this by bugging her every chance I get!  I’m not die-hard sports fan like Kyle but I own a Met’s hat and I am a Giants fan (fun fact: my brother played football at Bridgton Academy with Victor Cruz!).  I mostly am a Fairfield Stags fan, I grew up coming to these games and I continue to attend as many Stags games as I can.

In my free time I usually get dragged to do “fun activities” with my roommates, Athletics Communications graduate assistant (GA) Sarah Minice and Softball GA Laura Valentino.  These activities include baseball games, karaoke Thursdays, and the occasional paintballing excursions.  However, the real fun starts October 3rd, which is when we have our first practice!  I look forward to blogging about our season and giving everyone a little taste of what a “DOBO” does.

And now, here is my co-author Kyle!

Hello there! My name is Kyle Koncz, the Director of Basketball Operations for the Fairfield Men’s Basketball Team.  I’ll stop right there, because you are probably asking yourself what exactly does a Director of Basketball Operations do? Well that’s what I am here to answer.  Throughout the year I will be writing a series of posts to give you an inside look into what I do on a day to day basis to help everything run smoothly for our Stags Men’s Basketball Program.

To start you off I’ll let you know that my position in the college basketball world is called the DOBO, because who really wants to repeat the actual name over and over again, and as the DOBO I am in charge of a lot. By the end of the season I can guarantee you will have a little better idea of the behind the scenes action of our program.

I’ll get into the meat of my job in later posts, but it probably would be good to give you a little background of myself first. I was born and raised in good ole Cleveland, Ohio. The Mistake by the Lake some call it, but I like to refer to it as the Gem of the Midwest. I am a huge Cleveland sports fan, and can’t wait to celebrate our city’s first professional championship. My dream would be a Super Bowl title for the Browns! I know I coach basketball, but Cleveland always has and will be a Browns town. I played basketball at Princeton, and played for Coach Johnson my senior year. Last year I had the opportunity to coach at Williams College, and I came to Fairfield in the beginning of May, very excited to do all I can to help continue the success of the program!

I look forward to keeping you updated throughout the season and giving you a great feel for what we do. If nothing else it will allow you tag along on my ongoing quest to beat Assistant Coach Martin Bahar in tennis.

Until next time, GO STAGS!

Deep Thoughts From Carl-Shanigans

Blog Note: Carly Beyar and Shannon Fay are junior members of the women’s soccer team.  They will be teaming up to provide a Stag soccer point of view to Stag Tracks.

Hello friends,

Most people may know us as, Carly Beyar and Shannon Fay, however we would like to combine ourselves into the Carl-Shanigans. We are both juniors and members of the Fairfield Women’s Soccer team. Although our lives are completely absorbed with soccer practices and games, there is more to us than you may think.

September 7th, 2012 we played Hartford on Lessing Field and unfortunately ended up in a double overtime…TIE. Ties are the worst part of soccer in our eyes. However, our Coach Jimbo [head coach Jim O'Brien] was there to cheer us up after the game. He informed us that the men’s and women’s soccer teams were to be represented at Late-Night Barone around 10 pm that night.

We are not sure if you have ever heard of Late-Night at Barone, but it is infamously known for the most unhealthy food that could instantly make you the happiest person in the world. And if you know our team, you know we love food! You’ve got choices of bacon, egg and cheese, or chicken fingers, greasy pizza or even slushy cones (naturally having 2 or 3 them, but who’s keeping track?). Our team headed over around 10 o’clock PM and were the first on line (Shocker, we are always hungry).

The cafeteria was decorated with streamers and there were even custom made water bottles with soccer balls as caps. Not only did our team eat until we felt we were going to explode, but we also held the freeze dance competition in the middle of the cafeteria. Unfortunately shy faces didn’t want to come and dance, but our teammates danced enough for all of the guests at Late-Night. We had tons of laughs inside of our dance circle. Evidently, it was a great bonding experience for everyone, including the freshman who are still warming up to the upper class-man on our squad.

After going home late, we had to set our alarms to 8:30 AM. Normally it would be for a practice, however that day was different. Our team had decided to host a clinic called, “Mini Stags” for six weeks. Every Saturday for six weeks, 147 three and four-year-olds will come train with the Fairfield Women’s Soccer team.

Last Saturday was the first day so naturally we ran the registration and began to play games with our designated groups. We played with the mini stags for an hour playing games like, Duck Duck Goose, Red Light Green Light, Sharks and Minos, and of course a full-field scrimmage (Which was very difficult to control considering they are three years old), but we managed to be successful. The kids were laughing and enjoying themselves, as well as the parents who were carefully watching our every move on the sidelines. Incorporating the soccer ball into the drills was a challenge but we actually taught some children how to dribble the ball and shoot into a net. “No hands!” was repeated numerous times, but we hope to think that the children eventually got the point.

What we had thought would be a chore for the next six Saturday mornings actually turned out to be a blessing in disguise. The kids help us remember why we play the game we love, which is simply to be yourself and have fun. Sometimes with the pressures of college, we forget that soccer is about enjoying yourself and working as hard as you can to achieve a common goal. It is a blessing to be apart of teaching young kids to love the same game that we do. (Not to mention, we are making great babysitting contacts).

Well, that’s all we have to share right now! Stay tuned for more shenanigans that we might get into next….

xoxo,

Carl-Shanigans

 

More Max

Blog Note: Max Buchanan is a sophomore defender with the Stags lacrosse team. He will be writing throughout the year about his life as a Fairfield student-athlete.

Seasonal greetings to all, my name is Max Buchanan and I will be writing to all of you followers through the Fairfield Men’s Lacrosse blog about everyday experiences.

First order of business is to welcome our transfers. We have added two stellar student athletes, Tobias Armour and Griff McGoldrick. Even though I haven’t talked to Griff I would like to welcome him via this blog. Also I would like to take the time to tell Tobias that he has one of the coolest names because it means “Yahweh is good” in Greek.

Now we must talk about move in day. By Monday afternoon I was ecstatic to be back on campus because the grass looked well groomed along with Nick Guida’s stellar haircut. The dorm upgrade was very nice as well, because my fellow mates and I have air conditioning along with our own personal bathroom that smells like roses. Even though move in day was physically exhausting hauling up elements of clothing and televisions, there was a looming thought on my mind, the run test.

The run test was a surprise for all, which ended up being four 300 yard shuttles. This gave me serious anxiety because 300s are not only physically enduring on the legs and lungs, they are also mentally exhausting because they are absolutely crazy. Even though I did not make every time, I would call it a success because I lived to see another day at Fairfield University and to crush the lift test. Which is exactly what I did readers even with a rocky start to the day. I ended up putting up 260 pounds four times on the bench and feelings absolutely swollen and satisfied after my performance in the weight room.

After a long and physically enduring week it feels good to sleep in Saturday and Sunday along with opportunity to mentally prepare for the Mike Roe vs. Coach Copelan scrimmage occurring Monday morning at 7 a.m. I encourage all students and faculty to come out and watch Mike Roe’s team beat Coach Copelan’s in a friendly yet aggressive contest.

Thanks for reading and I look forward to writing for you again soon.

Max

#TobyForPresident

Staff Softball – Brzezinski Style

Blog Note: Julie Brezeninski is the Stags softball coach and was one of the key organizers of the staff softball team. All rules for staff games are approved by her.

A great way to start of the new academic calendar year in the athletic department is with a little competition.  With that being said the Fairfield University athletic department enjoyed an afternoon out on the softball field to get the competitive juices going, following the year opening department staff meeting.

After a lunch catered by Garden Catering to get going, and celebrate the Stags 2011-12 MAAC Commissioner Cup Championship, it was game time. Joe Klauder headed things up by having the numbers in a hat ready to be picked, and I got the field and rules going for the game.  Biggest rule change- only one homerun per inning per team will count, the rest are outs.

Right from the start we could see it was going to be Jack Jones’ day on team Red.    He was stellar on the mound holding the opposition to only two runs in the first two innings.  The lone highlight was a two run bomb over the right field fence by Coach Bill Currier in the early part of the game.  Jones was the Team Red run producer, launching not one but two missiles over the left field fence, as well as another double in the gap for a total of five RBI on the day.

The Red team built up a solid 12-3 lead by the 4th inning but then all the screws started to come undone.  Sloppy defense by Red followed by timely hitting on the White team formed a comeback in the making.  Coach Tyson Wheeler followed up Coach Kevin Conry’s homer with a three-run shot of his own, which was disallowed due to the aforementioned rule change.  The White team led by Wheelers strong defense and Joey Civico display of “I don’t need a glove” mentality got them back in the game and closed the gap to 15-11 heading into the last inning.

The White team held the Red team scoreless and was again on the prowl for a comeback in their final at bat.  Again, sloppy defense go the runners on early. The red team did all they could but were unable to hold off team White.  In dramatic fashion the final run was scored by Coach Kelly Romano as she slid under the tag of Chris O’Connor for the final tying run.  The game ended in a tie as the teams were wearing down.  The unanimous MVP of the game was Jones as he led his team to a stunning tie.

It was a great way to kick-off the season – having lunch together and enjoying a great sunny summer afternoon on the diamond.  It is back to the grind now, with a full slate of games for our athletic teams.  I am looking forward to seeing how the coming campaign unfolds and hope to see you all out at the games soon.

Parent Trap – Stags Style

Shannon Fay is a junior forward with the Fairfield women’s soccer team. She talks about the squad’s training trip the first week of preseason to New Hampshire.

Preseason is a time for our team to bond, with new faces joining us and rekindling friendships with old teammates. After the nerve racking emotions that come with fitness testing, we were fortunate to have time to build our team togetherness by traveling to Camp Merriwood, in New Hampshire. It was the real life “Parent Trap” camp, with all the activities that included archery, rock climbing, badminton as well as all the water sports. There was also the camaraderie displayed in the dining hall as well as all the laughs in our cabins.

I was so pumped to ring the dinner bell that announced it was time for us to head to the dining hall. We ate with the Boston University team and coaches and had all kinds of great home cooked foods with bread pudding being my personal favorite.

After practice and a night swim in the lake, Jimbo [Stags head coach Jim O’Brien] made a sweet bonfire and we all told some ghost stories. Each story was pretty good but Guti had some of the best. (Next year we will remember to bring the s’mores). The cabins were hilarious because we all forgot blankets and the beds were squeaking but it was nice to sleep somewhere other than Jouges.

The next morning we began our day with another awesome meal, had a walk through and got some time to ourselves to swim in the lake and relax. We were all sad leaving Camp Merriwood but were in a great mood heading to the game. The upbeat feeling continued during our play against BU and we were able to come out with a win in our first scrimmage.

Overall, I am glad we had a nice break away from campus and were able to come together, enjoy ourselves and start the season on a real positive note. I hope we get to go back next year!

The Other Things We Do – NCAA Committee Work

I recently returned from my summer meeting as a member of the NCAA Division I softball committee.  This meeting was my final responsibility (other than reviewing championship manuals) of my four-year term on the 10-member committee.

During those few days in July, we spent time reviewing the 2012 championship including the input from the softball coaches association and ESPN.  Our group reviewed the factors of the RPI and how those adjustments would have affected this year’s teams.  While we spent a lot of time with this review, we acknowledge that the RPI will just get the team on the board.  Our committee spends hours breaking down each team’s entire body of work to see which teams should get into the championships or become one of the 16 seeded teams.

Spending the past four years as a member of a sport committee has been a tremendous experience.  It’s a great chance to work with your peers and the NCAA staff in running a championship .  The spring includes bi-weekly ranking conference calls, a weekend of selecting and seeding the 64 team championship, representing the committee as a site rep at a regional or Super regional and culminating with about eight days in Oklahoma City (OKC) at the College World Series (CWS).

At Fairfield, we have had the experience of hosting NCAA events, and through that you really appreciate all of the people, particularly your local volunteers who give so much of their time to make the championship successful.  The experience of getting to know the volunteers from OKC and seeing the pride they have in the CWS was one of the highlights for me.  While the time away from the office was often a challenge to balance both roles, I am tremendously appreciative of this opportunity.

Earlier this summer, my term on the NCAA’s Recruiting/Personnel Cabinet also came to an end.  During my time on this Cabinet, we spent time researching, reviewing and developing legislation for the membership on Recruiting and personnel issues, particularly those that deal with the ever changing role of technology.  My participation was certainly useful in staying engaged with the NCAA’s governance process.  In the end, I think we all like the competition and the interaction with student-athletes which is what makes participation on a sport committee so rewarding.

While the summer goes really quick, it does bring about an exciting time with all the fall teams coming back to get ready for their seasons.  Go Stags!

Blog Note: Alison Sexton is in her 16th year as a member of the Fairfield Department of Athletics. She is the Senior Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrator.

Michael O’Keeffe – Olympic Blog

A photo of the pitch in Japan where Michael O'Keeffe received his first U23 international 'cap'.

Olympic Blog – Welcome To London!

Our tour of Asia is complete and we are rewarded with one day to soak up the Olympic village before we head to Austria for our final warm-up match.

Despite a 2-1 loss to Korea Republic, it was an improved performance from the Japan game as we continue to get used to each other and the style of play we have adopted.

The feeling amongst the team on the field is growing in confidence as we are beginning to become more comfortable with each other and understand combinations up and down the pitch.

That confidence on the field transpires off the field also, with a bit more banter flying around at the dinner table.

Our first taste of the Olympics was yesterday as we arrived to the Olympic village for a day off training to relax our bodies and soak up the atmosphere.

Although there were not a lot of athletes here yet, going into the Olympic dining hall (where the McDonalds is free!) and arriving to New Zealand’s building, welcomed by a haka [a version of the traditional haka performed by sports teams, especially the New Zealand rugby team], was an extremely proud feeling.

Knowing that you are now part of a small group of athletes (a little over 1000) to represent New Zealand at an Olympic games and be part of such a prestigious club is very humbling.

We were officially welcomed by the chief de commission Dave Currie and presented with our own pounamu – a greenstone native to New Zealand.

Following the official welcome and tour of the building came the time that every athlete looks forward to – kit allocation.

I was 5 years old again and it was Christmas as we got into our huge bag full of gear. Shirts, shorts, tracksuits, jerseys, jandals [a trademark for an open sandal that has a narrow strap between the big toe and the other toes], shoes, speakers, hats, singlets, the works; no matter how old you get, kit-day is always the most exciting.

We are just hanging around the village today, looking at some of the stadiums, a bit of shopping at the Westfield Mall, and trying to stay away from the ever so tempting McDonalds.

We leave for Austria tomorrow for one final game against the United Arab Emirates, before we head to Coventry where we will be based for a week and with the arrival of recent All-White captain Tommy Smith, the team is complete and rearing to go.

Let the Games begin!

Cheers,

Michael O’Keeffe

Michael O’Keeffe – 2012 Olympic Blog

Olympic Blog 2 – Preparation

Whether it be chicken nuggets for Usain Bolt or a steady 20km row in the morning for the rowing boys in Switzerland, everybody prepares differently, and as a goalkeeper, it is no different.

I always like to start off my goalkeeping sessions with some crisp volleys into my hands. It’s a good way to wake up the hands and body, particularly if you miss one and it hits you in the face.

Gradually I’ll begin to introduce some basic footwork into the drills now and begin to vary the service from volleys at the face, to volleys at the stomach and on the ground.

Footwork is an extremely important aspect of goalkeeping because your feet are what enable you to make the save. We practice these small – mostly lateral – movements in the hope that it becomes instinctive in a game.

The final stages of the warm-up include continuing footwork but working into a collapse dive, ensuring our body weight is forward so any parry’s can be steered away from goal.

These are essentially the fundamentals of goalkeeping and are repeated every session. Although it seems insignificant, personally, this part of the session is the most important.

The session will then move into more advanced drills of situations we may encounter during a game. Lots of shot stopping, reaction saves, one on ones, crossing, distribution, are all done to ensure we are prepared for anything that may come our way during 90 minutes.

Preparation off the field is equally important. The correct diet, hydrating, stretching all factor in and help you stay injury free and recover quicker.

Little things like wearing my long skins and stretching on the 12-hour flight to Japan so my legs don’t swell up are additional ways that I look to prepare before our game against Japan on the 11th.

My bags are packed and passport in hand as I say see ya later New Zealand and Konnichiwa Japan, en route to London 2012… prepared for a trip of a lifetime.

Cheers,

Michael O’Keeffe

Blog Note: Michael O’Keeffe is a senior with the Stags men’s soccer team.  He was recently selected to represent his home country, New Zealand, in the 2012 London Olympics. Read about that here. He will be providing Stag Tracks with a blog about his experience throughout the next month leading up to, and through the Olympic Games.

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