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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1620 on: December 01, 2016, 03:37:42 pm »
See post from hopefan on page 990 of the SLIAC men's board.

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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1621 on: January 22, 2017, 05:28:45 pm »
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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1622 on: May 25, 2017, 05:54:44 pm »
Wow I had not been paying attention to women's hoops on SLIAC.org, so it was not until today that I saw (on D3hoops.com) the BIG turnover in the SLIAC  Women's Basketball coaching ranks... 4 coaches leaving us (Blackburn, Iowa Wesleyan, Westminster, Eureka), 3 of those with winning records (All but Blackburn).   2 leaving for greener pastures (Iowa Wesleyan to NAIA William Penn, Westminster to Sewanee (one great school to another)), Eureka coach says being AD is enough time and effort thank you, and BC looks to change their fortunes.  Best of luck to those leaving the SLIAC to new positions, best of luck to the 4 new faces....guys, the talent won't knock your socks off, but in all cases it's good kids playing hard for a conference championship.

And to Tracy Braden moving from Westmin to Sewanee... Sewanee has got to be one of the 10 most beautiful locations of any D3 school in the country... you are SO fortunate to grab this opportunity!!

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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1623 on: August 06, 2017, 03:35:28 am »
I came across this announcement out on Facebook.... Best wishes on Prin's restart of Women's hoops

June 23, 2017

Elsah, Illinois

Principia College Director of Athletics Pete Paciorek announces the return of women's basketball with a 14-game junior varsity season in 20172018. Coach Dory Smith, who has a track record of rebuilding programs and brings a wealth of coaching knowledge and experience, will lead the team.

Smith has been one of the lead master instructors in coaching development for the state of Missouri, where she has mentored and guided many terrific high school coaches. She has also coached basketball and field hockey herself for many years.

"Athletic competition provides transformative opportunities for our students to learn and grow in ways that are tough to replicate," Paciorek says. "I have been impressed by the women on campus who have initiated the return of the basketball program. They are the champions of this cause to continue in the long history of Principia College women's hoops, and they have a coach who shares their passion for the game. I fully support these committed students and value the robust alumni base whose lives have been positively impacted by participating in the women's basketball program over the years."

The College anticipates that a successful JV program will lead to the return of the varsity program in the future.

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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1624 on: August 06, 2017, 08:14:08 am »
^^^ This is from June. Have to wonder why it has not also been announced on the SLIAC website yet, unless it has and I missed it.

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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1625 on: August 06, 2017, 09:21:27 am »
^^^ This is from June. Have to wonder why it has not also been announced on the SLIAC website yet, unless it has and I missed it.

I wrote a lengthy response to this question, decided it was just too negative... I'll just say, "Great question y jack"....

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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1626 on: November 09, 2017, 06:12:11 am »
Interesting.... very interesting.....  back on Nov. 4, Webster's Women beat Maryville Women in Exhibition Basketball, 57-56.... Maryville is the PRE SEASON FAVORITE in the very solid D2 GLVC, and they didn't just give the game to Webster, as their starters averaged 33 minutes on the court.

Unfortunately no boxscore accompanying the article on the Webster page, as I'm curious as to how final play went in 1 point game... did Maryville have a shot to win, did Webster make a game winner at the end?

Very amusing, on Maryville site, nice writeup/picture prior to game announcing that the game was scheduled etc... absolutely NOTHING about the resulting D3 Gorlock win!!! 

Webster was voted No 3 in preseason SLIAC ranking.... behind Greenville, Eureka.... hmmmmm....

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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1627 on: November 09, 2017, 09:25:07 am »
Interesting.... very interesting.....  back on Nov. 4, Webster's Women beat Maryville Women in Exhibition Basketball, 57-56.... Maryville is the PRE SEASON FAVORITE in the very solid D2 GLVC, and they didn't just give the game to Webster, as their starters averaged 33 minutes on the court.

Unfortunately no boxscore accompanying the article on the Webster page, as I'm curious as to how final play went in 1 point game... did Maryville have a shot to win, did Webster make a game winner at the end?

Very amusing, on Maryville site, nice writeup/picture prior to game announcing that the game was scheduled etc... absolutely NOTHING about the resulting D3 Gorlock win!!! 

Webster was voted No 3 in preseason SLIAC ranking.... behind Greenville, Eureka.... hmmmmm....

It is a preseason and exhibition game... by NCAA rule they are not allowed to write-up the result (best I understand the rule).
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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1628 on: November 10, 2017, 08:35:38 am »
^^^ Interesting about the rule. The Randolph-Macon men played a preseason exhibition against the University of Maryland on Nov. 2nd. R-MC has a write up (with box score) but Maryland only has photos. Guess the D3 school can do what it wants, though.

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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1629 on: November 10, 2017, 10:37:31 am »
Interesting.... very interesting.....  back on Nov. 4, Webster's Women beat Maryville Women in Exhibition Basketball, 57-56.... Maryville is the PRE SEASON FAVORITE in the very solid D2 GLVC, and they didn't just give the game to Webster, as their starters averaged 33 minutes on the court.

Unfortunately no boxscore accompanying the article on the Webster page, as I'm curious as to how final play went in 1 point game... did Maryville have a shot to win, did Webster make a game winner at the end?

Very amusing, on Maryville site, nice writeup/picture prior to game announcing that the game was scheduled etc... absolutely NOTHING about the resulting D3 Gorlock win!!! 

Webster was voted No 3 in preseason SLIAC ranking.... behind Greenville, Eureka.... hmmmmm....

It is a preseason and exhibition game... by NCAA rule they are not allowed to write-up the result (best I understand the rule).

Rules about publicizing scrimmages have gone away, actually. I don't remember a rule about exhibitions.
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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1630 on: November 11, 2017, 07:54:03 am »
Interesting.... very interesting.....  back on Nov. 4, Webster's Women beat Maryville Women in Exhibition Basketball, 57-56.... Maryville is the PRE SEASON FAVORITE in the very solid D2 GLVC, and they didn't just give the game to Webster, as their starters averaged 33 minutes on the court.

Unfortunately no boxscore accompanying the article on the Webster page, as I'm curious as to how final play went in 1 point game... did Maryville have a shot to win, did Webster make a game winner at the end?

Very amusing, on Maryville site, nice writeup/picture prior to game announcing that the game was scheduled etc... absolutely NOTHING about the resulting D3 Gorlock win!!! 

Webster was voted No 3 in preseason SLIAC ranking.... behind Greenville, Eureka.... hmmmmm....

It is a preseason and exhibition game... by NCAA rule they are not allowed to write-up the result (best I understand the rule).

Rules about publicizing scrimmages have gone away, actually. I don't remember a rule about exhibitions.

I think there is a D1 rule about having stats/boxscores from an exhibition.  I haven't seen a single d1 team with anything other than a very basic (and stat absent) write up about any exhibition so far.
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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1631 on: November 11, 2017, 09:18:30 am »
^^^Do you know if the same rule applies to D2? Maryville, who played Webster --  which is how this question first came up -- is D2.

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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1632 on: November 11, 2017, 03:18:42 pm »
^^^Do you know if the same rule applies to D2? Maryville, who played Webster --  which is how this question first came up -- is D2.

I don't even know if it applies to d1, just making an inference from an observation.
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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1633 on: November 12, 2017, 12:29:10 pm »
Interesting.... very interesting.....  back on Nov. 4, Webster's Women beat Maryville Women in Exhibition Basketball, 57-56.... Maryville is the PRE SEASON FAVORITE in the very solid D2 GLVC, and they didn't just give the game to Webster, as their starters averaged 33 minutes on the court.

Unfortunately no boxscore accompanying the article on the Webster page, as I'm curious as to how final play went in 1 point game... did Maryville have a shot to win, did Webster make a game winner at the end?

Very amusing, on Maryville site, nice writeup/picture prior to game announcing that the game was scheduled etc... absolutely NOTHING about the resulting D3 Gorlock win!!! 

Webster was voted No 3 in preseason SLIAC ranking.... behind Greenville, Eureka.... hmmmmm....

It is a preseason and exhibition game... by NCAA rule they are not allowed to write-up the result (best I understand the rule).

Rules about publicizing scrimmages have gone away, actually. I don't remember a rule about exhibitions.

Honestly, it is the one rule that has had me the most confused... so many different versions it isn't funny. I do see other exhibitions written up, so I have officially lost track of the rule. LOL
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Re: SLIAC
« Reply #1634 on: November 14, 2017, 07:15:44 pm »
FWIW. Fontbonne men played an exhibition against local D2 U of MO Saint Louis on 11/4. There is a write up on the UMSL athletics website.