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Great Lakes Region / Re: MBB: Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association
« Last post by sac on Today at 08:23:56 pm »
Decent time to remind that at two key points for Hope last year they were 4-5 returning from Orlando and 10-8 leaving a Kresge shellacking. 
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East Region / Re: Liberty League
« Last post by Caz Bombers on Today at 08:22:55 pm »
St. Lawrence fell on the road to a probably very good Scranton today while Bard with a road win at Dean to win that tournament.

Eight games Tuesday before we break for Thanksgiving.
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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: MBB: University Athletic Association
« Last post by WUPHF on Today at 08:20:05 pm »
The UAA is off to a 16-6 start through the end of the second weekend.

NYU lost to Baruch, 83-70 this afternoon.  First-years Alex Casieri and Cade Hoppe led the way in scoring and rebounding.

As for Chicago, I had penciled in a match-up with Springfield, but that game was not meant to be.  Chicago instead defeated Ohio Wesleyan, 82-70.  Jordan Baum nearly completed the triple-double with 20 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists.  Noah Karras also dropped in 20 points.  Dominic Lavarie barely played last season, but has played very well through the first three games.
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Mid-Atlantic Region / Re: Landmark Conference
« Last post by NEPAFAN on Today at 08:16:32 pm »
24 fast break points today, who are these guys? ;D
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General football / Re: Pool B
« Last post by Ralph Turner on Today at 08:14:23 pm »
Final record for the 2018 Pool B season:

JHU 49 MIT 0.
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South Region football / Re: FB: Southern Athletic Association
« Last post by raiderpa on Today at 08:14:12 pm »
Was wondering about the status of the Centre QB.  The news article that I read said he went out and did not return. Mount Union QB  starter was on the sidelines wearing a boot on his ankle and it is believed that he will not be available this week either.  A shame for both squads if the worst occurs and both have to go with backups.  Mount has had three backups transfer to other schools for playing time and all were great when they got chances to play, so they were big losses for the program.
Current backups are untested, one is totally a runner who plays qb and the other is not too bad, but terribly inexperienced. Had great stats last week, but the receivers were the story.  Passes that went 10 yards or less in the air turned into long td passes because of the speed and talent of the receiving corps, which is as good as we have had. The defense is the story for Mount. They have scored as many TD's, 12, as they have given up.  Very fast, very physical, very opportunistic.  Would love to hear from Centre fans on this board or the Ohio Athletic Conference board. Good luck Colonels.
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South Region football / Re: FB: American Southwest Conference
« Last post by Ralph Turner on Today at 08:12:04 pm »
The ASC is 26-15 in the playoffs thru the first round of the 2018 season since the 2009 playoffs.

2011 McMurry lost to UMHB in the second round.
2102 Louisiana College lost to UMHB in first round
2015 HSU lost to UMHB in the first round
2018 HSU lost to UMHB in the first round.

That makes the "non-conference" record 22-11. (.667).
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South Region football / Re: FB: American Southwest Conference
« Last post by DFWCrufan on Today at 08:11:37 pm »
HSU we used to see that with our 2016 Championship team, Jackson to Wilkerson and it was damaging, don't know why the Offense have veered away from it, I could easily see Sims or KJ Miller in that role could you imagine KJ Miller in that role?
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Men's soccer / Re: The Big Dance
« Last post by NEsoccerfan on Today at 08:11:17 pm »
In real time, this goal was fast as hell. 3 one-touches and Lopez buried it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEh4CBLKoas&feature=youtu.be

BEAUTIFUL stuff. THIS is what soccer is meant to look like - the Messiah, Chicago, Calvin etc. brand. Not that long throw, dump and run nonsense.
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Northeast Region / Re: MBB: NEWMAC
« Last post by rlk on Today at 08:06:00 pm »
Iím kinda glad I missed the finals of the Babson Invitational, where for the 2nd year in a row Keith Brown went nuts for Endicott, scoring 29 points in the 2nd half (38 for the game), enabling Endicott to overcome a 16-pt halftime deficit and win going away.

Memo to Babson:  Disinvite Endicott from the 2019 Invitational and replace them with Cupcake College.
Meanwhile Brown is still only a junior and has a major in Business Management.  Did we try to recruit this kid?

Suddenly next Sundayís game of Endicott (4-0) @ Middlebury becomes very intriguing.

Looks like Endicott is very, very dangerous indeed.
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