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Four LL players made the pre season All-America teams. 
All defense or special teams. RPI had three (two on the first team) and Ithaca had one (one on first team).

DT (1)   Josh Cohen                 RPI        Sr.  Wellesley, Mass.
CB (1)   C.J. Lyons                   RPI        Sr.  Rocky Mount, N.C.
K   (1)   Nicholas Bahamonde   Ithaca    Sr.  Berryville, Va.
LB  (3)  Joe Deptula                 RPI        Sr.  Watertown, Conn.

missed one.

OT (2) Tim Driscoll                  Union    Sr.  Pleasantville, N.Y.

Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Conference changes
« on: August 15, 2022, 02:04:10 pm »
Wells from United East to AMCC next year.

The UEC will be down to 7 members (entirely in PA/MD/DC) as we already knew Morrisville was moving to the NAC.

Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Conference changes
« on: July 27, 2022, 02:31:17 pm »

Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Conference changes
« on: July 06, 2022, 02:10:39 pm »
Carlow to AMCC was announced this morning. Presuming they clear all the hurdles, joining 2023-24 and fully postseason eligible in 2026-27.

Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Conference changes
« on: June 28, 2022, 12:37:29 pm »
Houghton also dropped men's and women's lacrosse last summer because it wasn't enrolling enough kids to sustain itself, plus most Houghton teams are awful. Nothing in common with Hope besides the first 2 letters of their names and being church colleges.

As for the other schools Gordon referenced, agreed. Elmira is broke and I have no idea how Wells is still open.

Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Conference changes
« on: June 23, 2022, 12:27:45 pm »
since Hartford brings the CCC to 11 members, anyone else think that as the NECC winds down its existence as a multi-sport conference (transitioning into a single sport men's volleyball circuit) that Eastern Nazarene, Mitchell and New England College will land here to make it an even 14 schools?

Possibly with two 7-team divisions in certain sports, or single round robin 13-game schedule in basketball for example.

Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Conference changes
« on: June 21, 2022, 12:40:50 pm »
Hartford to the CCC

the fans are absolutely thrilled LOL

Men's soccer / Re: SimpleCoach D3 Soccer YouTube Channel
« on: June 16, 2022, 12:40:18 pm »
If you still take requests, I think it would be cool to hear from another Liberty League coach, like Adam Clinton.

Your wish is my command, @StLawus

Where does he coach?  I will send an email. 

Going to start transitioning to the upcoming season, but will still line up selective interviews.

Head coach of RPI

since the AQ minimum is only 6 now, barring something unforeseen in terms of the way D3 football conducts its business, I fail to see where the E8 has to do anything if Utica leaves. Schedule another non conference game and keep rolling.

Also the stuff about the non-football LL schools adding football is laughable. Tell me you know nothing about Vassar and Bard without telling me you know nothing, et cetera.

National topics / Re: 2022 Playoffs
« on: June 07, 2022, 07:08:20 am »
Pat, Ralph, or others....

Has there ever been any discussion of having the Winner's Bracket losers (theoretically Games #7 and #8) switch pools after they lose for the D3 Baseball Tournament now that they've made the move to Pools instead of the traditional 8-team Bracket?

It honestly never crossed my mind until I was watching the D1 Women's College World Series and they mentioned that Texas and Oklahoma started in the same pool.  After they lost to Oklahoma, they went into the other pool and ended up winning three straight games and will face Oklahoma again, but now in the best-of-three series for the National Championship and not in an elimination game like the D3 baseball bracket is constructed.  It doesn't cause any extra games to be played, and to be honest, I kind of like the concept behind it.


I do too but in fact D1 softball is the only one of the 6 that does the pool switch/bracket flip. Everyone else basically has 2 simultaneous 4-team mini tourneys where the winners meet at the end.

What are the chances Hilbert (in Buffalo) is invited to join LL, makes sense from a regional standpoint>>>>

Lol no

E8 maybe in a decade if the school is still open, which it probably won't be.

It'll all get jacked up anyway when Utica goes D2, right?

The only thing I've seen about Utica is that they're close to petitioning the NCAA to go D1 in HOCKEY. Presently playing one sport at the D1 level and all others at D3 is allowed...examples RIT, Union. RPI , St. Lawrence in hockey and Hobart and Hopkins in lacrosse.

no, that's totally not true. Those schools are grandfathered but no one else is allowed to do that. That's why Utica is going D2.

It'll all get jacked up anyway when Utica goes D2, right?

New York Region / Re: BB: LL: Liberty League
« on: May 23, 2022, 01:36:19 pm »
UPDATE: Keystone, in fact, had absolutely nothing in the bullpen as Ithaca ended up demolishing them 17-2.

I wonder if the Ithaca - Catholic super regional will be in DC or at the friendly confines of Freeman Field.

New York Region / Re: BB: SUNYAC
« on: May 23, 2022, 12:19:50 pm »
Oswego wins 4-1. Congrats to the Lakers. Anthony Van Fossen, who took the mound in "relief" following the re-start, threw 5 no hit innings with only 1 walk. Total domination when his team needed it most.

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