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General Division III issues / Re: Future of Division III
« Last post by smedindy on Today at 02:59:49 pm »
At CWU all students can apply for academic scholarships (and our department has teamed with Financial Aid to streamline the flow of scholarship application and approval based on criteria that usually spurs from the wishes of the donor - A Business Major with over a 3.0 who is from Clark or Lewis County, for example). I'm surprised they don't have that option in NJ. Donors can't endow scholarships at the NJ publics?

We have athletes definitely taking a partial athletics scholarship, a tuition waiver, and another scholarship to pay for college - especially for soccer, track, baseball, and softball.
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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: MBB: University Athletic Association
« Last post by WUPHF on Today at 02:18:54 pm »
Randolph-Macon had a decent season in 17-18 (18-8) and will have a pretty experienced team this coming season. But they have been inconsistent in recent years. Should be a good game, though likely a W for Emory.

Emory loses four key seniors, but I do still think they are going to be very good this year relative to the league.  This should be a good test.

Sounds like Atlanta Thanksgiving weekend will be a fun place to be.

It will be interesting to see who the fourth game is, but definitely a good tournament.

Did you do your drive around the United States yet?  And, if not, is there a way to follow the fun online?
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Great Lakes Region / Re: MBB: Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association
« Last post by sac on Today at 02:18:29 pm »
Hope has posted its 2019 schedule

https://athletics.hope.edu/sports/mbkb/2018-19/schedule

Possibly unnecessary commentary at a later time.
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Northeast Region / Re: MBB: NESCAC
« Last post by nescac1 on Today at 02:12:07 pm »
nyhoopstalk, here is my educated guess for where NESCAC and other New England teams will rank in the pre-season top 25 next year.  I think next year is going to be absolutely LOADED in Division 3.  The likely top ten is beyond stacked with very experienced, very talented teams. 

Williams: 4-10
Hamilton: 8-15
Middlebury and Wesleyan: 20-30
Amherst: also receiving votes

MIT, like Williams, will likely be in the 4-10 range to start the year.  Springfield will be somewhere in the top 25.  That's likely it for New England, although Nichols, Keene, Eastern Conn, and Endicott may also get a little bit of consideration.  Hamilton, MIT and Williams all look absolutely loaded with proven upperclass talent next year, but so do many other teams across the country -- Whitman, Whitworth, Nebraska Wesleyan, Augustana, Illinois Wesleyan, seemingly half of the WIAC teams, just off the top of my head ...
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Central Region / Re: MBB: College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
« Last post by AndOne on Today at 02:09:42 pm »
Catching scent of a rumor that has begun wafting on the summer circuit breeze. It centers on the possibility that a certain former star player, whose academic/athletic collegiate career was recently interrupted, may return to the classroom and court in the upcoming year/season. 😯

Important to point out that, to date, only one note of this possible symphony has been sounded. So, it remains to be seen if itís composer was playing the joker, or if the composition might move from the adagio stage to andante. 🤗

Interesting possibility. 🤔
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East Region football / Re: FB: Liberty League
« Last post by Pat Coleman on Today at 12:30:14 pm »
Did either 'LL school schedule Castleton, Dean or Misericordia as members of this board suggested?

It takes two to schedule! Those schools have to want to play you.
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East Region football / Re: FB: Liberty League
« Last post by Pat Coleman on Today at 12:28:40 pm »
Malone has 9/15 open, but they have 10 games on the rest of the schedule. I'm thinking that game got cancelled for some reason. https://www.malonepioneers.com/schedule.aspx?schedule=133&path=football

Good question. Malone is entitled to play 11, though.
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North Region football / Re: FB: Ohio Athletic Conference
« Last post by Pat Coleman on Today at 12:27:43 pm »
Why would she mention St. John's outside of that context? It's not really relevant to her new role.

Michelle is really sharp, from having chatted with her when she was here in MN. I think she will do well.
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