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Rank of our current team's D1 experience in ~ minutes played:

 

1. Isaac Copeland 1847 min

2. Glynn Watson 1807 min

3. Evan Taylor 1513 min

4. Duby Okeke 1401 min

5. Jack McVeigh 1267 min

6. James Palmer 900 min

7. Anton Gill 634 min

8. Isaiah Roby 456 min

9. Jordy Tshimanga 388 min

T10. Nana Akenten 0 min

         Thomas Allen

         Thorir Thorbjarnarson

 

I think its an interesting stat to look at. Wonder how it stacks up against previous years?

 

Anyone care to look?

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4 hours ago, khoock said:

Rank of our current team's D1 experience in ~ minutes played:

 

1. Isaac Copeland 1847 min

2. Glynn Watson 1807 min

3. Evan Taylor 1513 min

4. Duby Okeke 1401 min

5. Jack McVeigh 1267 min

6. James Palmer 900 min

7. Anton Gill 634 min

8. Isaiah Roby 456 min

9. Jordy Tshimanga 388 min

T10. Nana Akenten 0 min

         Thomas Allen

         Thorir Thorbjarnarson

 

I think its an interesting stat to look at. Wonder how it stacks up against previous years?

 

Anyone care to look?

 

I'm assigning that to you as homework.

 

I get to do that (assign homework) because I'm Norm.  And you're not.  So ...  get to it.

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5 hours ago, khoock said:

Rank of our current team's D1 experience in ~ minutes played:

 

1. Isaac Copeland 1847 min

2. Glynn Watson 1807 min

3. Evan Taylor 1513 min

4. Duby Okeke 1401 min

5. Jack McVeigh 1267 min

6. James Palmer 900 min

7. Anton Gill 634 min

8. Isaiah Roby 456 min

9. Jordy Tshimanga 388 min

T10. Nana Akenten 0 min

         Thomas Allen

         Thorir Thorbjarnarson

 

I think its an interesting stat to look at. Wonder how it stacks up against previous years?

 

Anyone care to look?

 

OK, I'll do last year.  Going into last year, it looked like this:

 

1.  Tai Webster, 2,221 min

2.  Glynn Watson, 826 min

3.  Evan Taylor, 758 min

4.  Michael Jacobson, 623 min

5.  Jack McVeigh, 577 min

6.  Anton Gill, 427 min

7.  Ed Morrow Jr., 411 min

8.  Nick Fuller, 318 min

T9.  Jordy, Jeriah, Isaiah 0 min

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12 minutes ago, Norm Peterson said:

 

OK, I'll do last year.  Going into last year, it looked like this:

 

1.  Tai Webster, 2,221 min

2.  Glynn Watson, 826 min

3.  Evan Taylor, 758 min

4.  Michael Jacobson, 623 min

5.  Jack McVeigh, 577 min

6.  Anton Gill, 427 min

7.  Ed Morrow Jr., 411 min

8.  Nick Fuller, 318 min

T9.  Jordy, Jeriah, Isaiah 0 min

Looks like were much more experienced this year

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Dropping the high and low from this season and from last season yields the following:

 

This year:  7,978 total minutes, or an average of 1140 for the players with returning D1 minutes (not counting the high and the low.)

 

Last year:  3,622 total minutes, or an average of 604 for the players with returning D1 minutes (not counting the high and the low.)

 

The player with the most D1 minutes this year accounts for 18% of the team's total D1 minutes.

 

The player with the most D1 minutes last year accounted for 39% of the team's total D1 minutes.

 

Going into last year, we had one player (Tai Webster) with at least 900 career D1 minutes.  This year, we have 6 such players.

 

I think someone was asking if we're really any more experienced as a team this year than we were last year.  This might answer that question.

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9 hours ago, Norm Peterson said:

Dropping the high and low from this season and from last season yields the following:

 

This year:  7,978 total minutes, or an average of 1140 for the players with returning D1 minutes (not counting the high and the low.)

 

Last year:  3,622 total minutes, or an average of 604 for the players with returning D1 minutes (not counting the high and the low.)

 

The player with the most D1 minutes this year accounts for 18% of the team's total D1 minutes.

 

The player with the most D1 minutes last year accounted for 39% of the team's total D1 minutes.

 

Going into last year, we had one player (Tai Webster) with at least 900 career D1 minutes.  This year, we have 6 such players.

 

I think someone was asking if we're really any more experienced as a team this year than we were last year.  This might answer that question.

Interesting stuff, indeed.

 

We were going to be more experienced this year than last year regardless, as the guys who transferred would have greater minutes coming into this year, obviously.

 

But what this information does (at the very least should do) is alleviate any fears of coming in with an inexperienced team even though we lost some pretty big cogs last year.  

 

This is a cool way to look at the experience we have coming back.  Thanks @khoock and @Norm Peterson for doing the homework.  I dig it!

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Average D1 minutes played per eligible player on roster during Miles tenure:

•2012-13: 583 min = 15-18 (5-13)

•2013-14: 420 min = 19-13 (11-7)

•2014-15: 801 min = 13-18 (5-13)

•2015-16: 604 min = 16-18 (6-12)

•2016-17: 523 min = 12-19 (6-12)

•2017-18: 851 min = TBD

 

There ya have it. 

 

*Averages include incoming freshmen and tranfer's minutes played at other D1 schools*

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