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East Region football / Re: FB: New Jersey Athletic Conference
« Last post by wesleydad on Today at 01:09:56 pm »
Nice start.  Force punt.  i play 40+ yard TD run for EJ Lee and Wesley is up 7-0.  Too easy?  Hopefully they just lay a whoopin on Rowan and move on to next week.
Midd and Williams turn the lemon of being in the sticks into lemonade. Others in the sticks have not found the recipe.
Men's soccer / Re: Liberty League
« Last post by Saint of Old on Today at 01:06:29 pm »
So sorry.
I hit send a bit too soon.
Now that I have had time to think about it, I am even more torn about this pick than I was.

These are two desperate teams, who could have a big confidence boost with a win.

I think the home team gets the edge.

2-0 SLU.

West Region football / Re: FB: Northwest Conference
« Last post by RFB on Today at 01:05:58 pm »
Go Cats....little rain never slowed down the Wildcats!

True, but what about mud?


Central Football
Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Rule and Policy Changes
« Last post by ronk on Today at 12:55:18 pm »
Fort Myers? I missed the announcement. It didn't come up in any previous discussion on this board about desirable alternatives to Salem; for example, one consideration was a locale within a reasonable transit(drive) of a D3 presence(schools). Fort Myers wouldn't qualify on that basis.

The NCAA u-turned on their decision to move the Final Four from Salem to Fort Wayne. They then asked D3hoops to conduct a poll as to where they wanted to move the Final Four, but it couldn't be back to Salem. Any poster at All-American level or higher was eligible to vote on the new location, as HoFers' votes counted as 2. The final decision was made to move it to sunny Fort Myers.

How could you miss all that?? Where have you been? Check your spam email. I know it's the off-season and all... ???  ;D  :D  :)

 Glad to know it was a decision procedure with which I'm comfortable. ::) I've been by Fort Wayne on the train; for you youngsters, Fort Wayne was in the original NBA(now the Detroit Pistons) and I remember the Celtics having to get off the train a few miles out of town and having to get local transportation into the city.
Basketball Open Dates / Re: Women's single games
« Last post by mwebster31 on Today at 12:51:19 pm »
Clarkson University is looking for 2 single games for the 2018-19 season. Open dates:

November 17th
December 8th-9th (open to a tournament this weekend)

If you are interested please contact Maureen Webster or 315-268-3757
The countdown 'til kickoff is on! Although I'm anxiously counting down for the next game as soon as the clock ends. St John's could use a game where they just roll after the sloppy conditions (& ball handling) last weekend against Carleton in Northfield. Hoping they can go into the bye on a very high note!
Gustavus was the real football powerhouse of the MIAC when I was in school. Hamline in basketball and Duluth in hockey. Showing my age again.  :)
Anyone know what happened to Gustavus QB Veldman? Gustavus is a different team without him. Hes had a rough time with injuries his first two seasons.
Men's soccer / Re: Liberty League
« Last post by deutschfan on Today at 12:44:08 pm »
Saint--you are such a tease.  2-0 for which side in the SLU--Skidmore game, or are you just picking the score without picking the team that wins the game? 
I'm a comparatively new devotee of NESCAC.  I love it.  It's the only amateur football left in the entire country.

All of Division III qualifies as this, for sure. That's one of the reasons I was so drawn to it.

(Psst -- please, let's all leave the generalizations about each other and their political leanings on the curb.)
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