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Middle Atlantic Region / Re: Landmark Conference
« Last post by ronk on Today at 12:32:48 am »
Moravian was 8th and E'town wasn't ranked at all in the rankings released before today's games were played. E'town is 1-6 against regionally ranked foes, unless Moravian drops out of the final set of rankings, which wouldn't bode well for either team. At best the Greyhounds are deep on the bubble and E'town likely isn't on it at all.

http://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2017/02/women-regional-rankings-third

Big game by Emily Martin, though, who had a triple-double for the Blue Jays.

 I was eliminating the 3 AQs ahead of Moravian and E-town in the regional ranking in saying they would be teams 5 & 6 in the slot.
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So, I guess not.
Now it's time to go continue learning how to count to ten.  ::)

Let the record show that AO is NOT an NCC grad!!   ::) :P

No, but given his math skills he could be! :-

CardAlum,

You set yourself up for that one!  ;)

Nice one, USee.
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Middle Atlantic Region / Re: Landmark Conference
« Last post by gordonmann on Today at 12:25:02 am »
Moravian was 8th and E'town wasn't ranked at all in the rankings released before today's games were played. E'town is 1-6 against regionally ranked foes, unless Moravian drops out of the final set of rankings, which wouldn't bode well for either team. At best the Greyhounds are deep on the bubble and E'town likely isn't on it at all.

http://www.d3hoops.com/notables/2017/02/women-regional-rankings-third

Big game by Emily Martin, though, who had a triple-double for the Blue Jays.
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Middle Atlantic Region / Re: Landmark Conference
« Last post by ronk on Today at 12:05:45 am »
 Lady Royals play excellent defense in taking Moravian's comeback punch from 13 down to win 71-60. Kudos go especially to Katie Broderick and Emily Sheehan for defending Camille McPherson(5-20, 0-6(3s)) and Lily Warhaftig for a number of steals, rebounds, deflections, drive to the basket, and very nice assist. In other words, she made a lot of plays.
  Catholic was extended by E-town but won in OT and will host the Lady Royals Saturday nite.
  I'll make the case that the Landmark should be a 4-bid NCAA conference. In addition to the primary criteria, the lowest SOS of the 4 is Scranton's .559(and all should increase after tonite's games), they had a nonconference record of 38-5, and 2 of them(Scranton & E-town) lost to no one outside of the 4. Moravian and E-town will probably teams 5 & 6 at the Mid-Atlantic slot of the selection table but I think they'll still get in.
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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Pool C
« Last post by Greek Tragedy on Today at 12:01:51 am »
Here is NCAA's Regional Rankings, updated through Sunday, using their numbers

   RK      Reg      School      Con      Win%      vRRO      SoS      RESULTS   
   1      ATL      Neumann 23-2      CSAC      0.920      5-0      0.503   
   2      ATL      Ramapo 23-2      NJAC      0.920      5-2      0.491   
   3      ATL      NJCU 20-6      NJAC      0.769      4-3      0.507   
   4      ATL      Cabrini 19-5      CSAC      0.792      1-4      0.522   
   5      ATL      TCNJ 18-7      NJAC      0.720      3-4      0.515   
   6      ATL      Rowan 17-9      NJAC      0.654      3-5      0.552   
   7      ATL      Staten Is 19-5      CUNYAC      0.792      0-4      0.491   
   8      ATL      Delaware V 16-9      MACF      0.640      1-4      0.538   
   RK      Reg      School      Con      Win%      vRRO      SoS   
   1      CENT      River Falls 20-3      WIAC      0.870      6-2      0.594   
   2      CENT      Wash U 20-4      UAA      0.833      7-3      0.574   
   3      CENT      Whitewater 19-5      WIAC      0.792      2-3      0.565   
   4      CENT      Eau Claire 17-7      WIAC      0.708      3-2      0.570   
   5      CENT      Augustana 18-6      CCIW      0.750      2-2      0.528   
   6      CENT      Carthage 16-7      CCIW      0.696      2-4      0.554   
   7      CENT      Benedictine 21-3      NACC      0.875      0-0      0.490   
   8      CENT      Oshkosh 16-9      WIAC      0.640      4-5      0.588   
   RK      Reg      School      Con      Win%      vRRO      SoS   
   1      EAST      Rochester 21-3      UAA      0.875      4-1      0.526   
   2      EAST      SJF 20-5      E8      0.800      1-3      0.543   
   3      EAST      Skidmore 19-6      LL      0.760      6-1      0.524   
   4      EAST      St Lawrence 20-5      LL      0.800      2-5      0.521   
   5      EAST      Oswego St 19-6      SUNYAC      0.760      3-2      0.522   
   6      EAST      Brockport 19-6      SUNYAC      0.760      2-4      0.518   
   7      EAST      Cortland 17-8      SUNYAC      0.680      3-3      0.532   
   8      EAST      Union 14-9      LL      0.609      2-6      0.528   
   RK      Reg      School      Con      Win%      vRRO      SoS   
   1      GL      Marietta 21-4      OAC      0.840      4-4      0.578   
   2      GL      Hanover 19-3      HCAC      0.864      2-2      0.523   
   3      GL      Hope 19-4      MIAA      0.826      2-1      0.519   
   4      GL      Mt St Joseph 19-5      HCAC      0.792      2-1      0.510   
   5      GL      Wooster 18-7      NCAC      0.720      4-5      0.537   
   6      GL      JCU 17-7      OAC      0.708      2-5      0.563   
   7      GL      Denison 21-4      NCAC      0.840      3-2      0.466   
   8      GL      Ohio Wes 19-6      NCAC      0.760      3-4      0.508   
   9      GL      Ohio North 16-9      OAC      0.640      2-4      0.550   
   RK      Reg      School      Con      Win%      vRRO      SoS   
   1      M-ATL      CNU 23-2      CAC      0.920      2-2      0.522   
   2      M-ATL      Susquehanna 20-4      LAND      0.833      3-2      0.546   
   3      M-ATL      Lycoming 20-4      MACC      0.833      0-1      0.525   
   4      M-ATL      Swarthmore 20-5      CC       0.800      2-2      0.523   
   5      M-ATL      Scranton 19-6      LAND      0.760      5-3      0.524   
   6      M-ATL      Salisbury 19-6      CAC      0.760      3-3      0.524   
   7      M-ATL      Catholic 17-8      LAND      0.680      2-5      0.546   
   8      M-ATL      Moravian 17-6      LAND      0.739      4-4      0.510   
   RK      Reg      School      Con      Win%      vRRO      SoS   
   1      NE      Babson 24-1      NEWMAC      0.960      4-1      0.572   
   2      NE      Middlebury 22-3      NESCAC      0.880      7-3      0.605   
   3      NE      Tufts 20-5      NESCAC      0.800      4-3      0.562   
   4      NE      Wesleyan 19-6      NESCAC      0.760      4-3      0.560   
   5      NE      Amherst 17-7      NESCAC      0.708      5-5      0.595   
   6      NE      Williams 18-7      NESCAC      0.720      5-4      0.584   
   7      NE      MIT 19-6      NEWMAC      0.760      0-4      0.540   
   8      NE      E Conn 17-8      LEC      0.680      3-4      0.563   
   9      NE      Keene St 17-8      LEC      0.680      2-3      0.572   
   10      NE      Endicott 20-5      CCC      0.800      1-1      0.510   
   11      NE      Mass-Dart 16-9      LEC      0.640      4-2      0.545   
   RK      Reg      School      Con      Win%      vRRO      SoS   
   1      SOUTH      Hardin-Simmons 18-6      ASC      0.750      3-1      0.556   
   2      SOUTH      Emory 17-7      UAA      0.708      2-3      0.541   
   3      SOUTH      Guilford 20-5      ODAC      0.800      2-2      0.500   
   4      SOUTH      Con Tex 16-6      ASC      0.727      1-2      0.539   
   5      SOUTH      LeTourneau 18-4      ASC      0.818      1-1      0.486   
   6      SOUTH      RMC 17-8      ODAC      0.680      1-3      0.523   
   7      SOUTH      Emory & Henry 17-7      ODAC      0.708      1-4      0.527   
   8      SOUTH      VWC 17-8      ODAC      0.680      1-6      0.531   
   RK      Reg      School      Con      Win%      vRRO      SoS   
   1      WEST      Whitman 25-0      NWC      1.000      4-0      0.535   
   2      WEST      Whitworth 22-3      NWC      0.880      1-2      0.527   
   3      WEST      St Thomas 19-6      MIAC      0.760      0-1      0.522   
   4      WEST      Loras 18-7      IIAC      0.720      1-2      0.544   
   5      WEST      Neb Wes 17-6      IIAC      0.739      1-1      0.521   
   6      WEST      CMS 17-3      SCIAC      0.850      2-2      0.486   
   7      WEST       16-7      MIAC      0.696      1-2      0.523   
   8      WEST      Cal Lutheran 17-6      SCIAC      0.739      3-3      0.502   
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East Region / Re: MBB: State University of New York Athletic Conference
« Last post by magicman on Yesterday at 11:50:38 pm »
I posted this on the Liberty League board but it concerns the SUNYAC conference as well.

Two losses in the Liberty League tonight as the top 2 seeds Skidmore and St.Lawrence both lose.

St. Lawrence lost in double overtime to Union 110-108 on a last second 3 pointer.

Skidmore was upset by 4th seeded Hobart 70-65.

Skidmore's loss creates  another East Region team that is hanging by a thread, hoping for an NCAA at large bid. With a 19-7 overall record it might be tough to get in. Losing in the semifinal game hurts. Two years ago Plattsburgh State won the regular season SUNYAC crown and lost in the Championship game of the conference tournament, ended up 19-8 and they didn't get an at large bid. A few years earlier when Hamilton was a member of the Liberty League they finished tied with SLU with a 12-2 league record and were 18-7 overall. They lost in the first round of the LL tournament and were bypassed by the committee.

The 3rd set of Regional Rankings came out today and Rochester is still the top ranked team in the East even with a loss in their last game. They lost the automatic bid from their conference to Washington U, so the Yellowjackets will be the first team at the table from the East Region.  St. John Fisher is ranked 2nd in the region and even if they lose I don't think SLU, with their loss tonight, will jump over the Cardinals. If Fisher loses they may be the 2nd team at the table. The best Oswego  or Brockport can be if they don't win the SUNYAC would be 20-7, assuming they win a semifinal game and lose in the championship game. That may be good enough to move them past Skidmore and in Brockport's case if they get to 20-7, move them over the Saints. They own a win over St. Lawrence and could have a stronger SOS than the Saints by selection time with 2 playoff games against the single game SLU had. SLU has a win over Oswego so if the Lakers lo
se, the Saints will probably stay in front of Oswego. 
There are 21 at large bids this year and 8 regions looking to get them. Some regions will get 4 or perhaps 5 bids, like the New England region as an example. The NESCAC conference could get 4 teams into the NCAA tournament and 5 isn't out of the question. The Midwest region also has a number of teams that will get at large bids. The East Region will be fortunate to get three bids. We may only get two.       
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East Region / Re: Liberty League
« Last post by magicman on Yesterday at 11:47:48 pm »
Two losses in the Liberty League tonight as the top 2 seeds Skidmore and St.Lawrence both lose.

St. Lawrence lost in double overtime to Union 110-108 on a last second 3 pointer.

Skidmore was upset by 4th seeded Hobart 70-65.

Skidmore's loss creates  another East Region team that is hanging by a thread, hoping for an NCAA at large bid. With a 19-7 overall record it might be tough to get in. Losing in the semifinal game hurts. Two years ago Plattsburgh State won the regular season SUNYAC crown and lost in the Championship game of the conference tournament, ended up 19-8 and they didn't get an at large bid. A few years earlier when Hamilton was a member of the Liberty League they finished tied with SLU with a 12-2 league record and were 18-7 overall. They lost in the first round of the LL tournament and were bypassed by the committee.

The 3rd set of Regional Rankings came out today and Rochester is still the top ranked team in the East even with a loss in their last game. They lost the automatic bid from their conference to Washington U, so the Yellowjackets will be the first team at the table from the East Region.  St. John Fisher is ranked 2nd in the region and even if they lose I don't think SLU, with their loss tonight, will jump over the Cardinals. If Fisher loses they may be the 2nd team at the table. The best Oswego  or Brockport can be if they don't win the SUNYAC would be 20-7, assuming they win a semifinal game and lose in the championship game. That may be good enough to move them past Skidmore and in Brockport's case if they get to 20-7, move them over the Saints. They own a win over St. Lawrence and could have a stronger SOS than the Saints by selection time with 2 playoff games against the single game SLU had. SLU has a win over Oswego so if the Lakers lo
se, the Saints will probably stay in front of Oswego. 
There are 21 at large bids this year and 8 regions looking to get them. Some regions will get 4 or perhaps 5 bids, like the New England region as an example. The NESCAC conference could get 4 teams into the NCAA tournament and 5 isn't out of the question. The Midwest region also has a number of teams that will get at large bids. The East Region will be fortunate to get three bids. We may only get two.         
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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Pool C
« Last post by Ryan Scott (Hoops Fan) on Yesterday at 11:37:11 pm »
Did the Liberty League just become a three bid league??

With all the upsets, I'm not sure Skidmore's SOS will be good enough to get in.  6-1 RRO is nice, though.  We'll see.
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Atlantic Region / Re: MAC Freedom League
« Last post by saratoga on Yesterday at 11:34:12 pm »
Ahhh...life down on the farm...you've got to love it.

Hope the little guy is ok.

DVC Smokin Squirrel's does have a ring to it though.
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West Region football / Re: FB: Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
« Last post by faunch on Yesterday at 11:28:12 pm »

Coach Yuen left St. Olaf and joined UST's coaching staff: https://twitter.com/CoachYuen


I find his timeline very authentic - especially the clear line where he started RT anything and everything about UST athletics. #BrickByBrick

Was he hired as football coach or as a re-tweeter??

Maybe he's preparing for a Presidential run? ;D

Tweeter or a Tool!  I know...no political commentary on this page! 
-karma to me!
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