February 11, 2016 at 9:06 pm #25457
What Is the focus groupFebruary 11, 2016 at 10:06 pm #25458
Periodically Rich may gather people together to have a discussion on how to improve various aspects of the Lehigh experience. I was involved in two of them and they really do listen to what you have to say.February 11, 2016 at 10:19 pm #25459
Awesome. I will try and find out when this takes place. Maybe we can run into each other at game. I will not be at the brunch. Just the gameFebruary 11, 2016 at 10:32 pm #25460
Guess what Travis, getting fans to Goodman is just as difficult and depressing…..and at most schools, football is the big money maker. Lehigh probably loses $$$ at all sports, wish we had a more loyal alumni and local fan base. Been to 2 Stabler games and it was worse than the high school I went to. I feel your pain.February 11, 2016 at 11:15 pm #25463
Yes I hear you Miller. I don’t want to be negative. I love Lehigh basketball. I tend sometimes To get to stressed over the games lol. I just want to see an improvement in certain areas. It’s not hard to change a few things around. Esp when it comes to new ideas during stoppages. And not to mention music. I mean now a days everything is on computer. I tunes, iPods. Can download any song in less then a min. It’s simple things to start. I was really impressed with Lafayette the other night. They were doing it the way it should be done. I understand attendance is an issue and it is everywhere. Bucknell wasn’t even near sold out for that big game. I just want to see a better atmosphere at stabler. I’d watch the jump roper kids every game lol. They are fantastic. Anyway. I’ll focus on how hot this team is right now. Going to be fun.February 11, 2016 at 11:32 pm #25464
At my sons high school the players picked the songs for warm up/time outs etc and it was up to him(my son) to play them at the appropriate times(he announced). It worked well and the administration approved and loved it. Everyone loves the lights being turned out and player intro starts with spot lights and music. Hope things improve because a great game experience makes a great time for the fans and players.February 13, 2016 at 3:54 am #25484
I have not read all these posts, but I’m reading John Feinstein’s “The Last Amateurs.”
Just got to Page 112 where he describes — in the first year of schollies –Lafayette maintained the tradition of informal postgame receptions (after showering, etc.) where fans and players gather to discuss the game.
He explains that the players of that time were not like the “pro athletes” on other campuses: The PL kids at the time were totally integrated with their non-hoops classmates, studied in libraries with them, partied with them, etc. Thus, the students knew the basketball players well and went to root for them.
Would postgame receptions work? Who knows … different times …?February 16, 2016 at 10:56 am #25520
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