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Multi-Regional Topics / Re: Conference changes
« Last post by gordonmann on Today at 12:12:31 am »
Bump...

Provisional Pipeline for 2019-2020
First year full members: (presume Belhaven)
*4th year provisional members: (presume none)
*3rd year provisional members:  (presume Brevard, Dean, Pfeiffer)
2nd year provisional members: (presume SUNY-Delhi, Johnson and Wales (Col.))
1st year provisional members: Pratt, University of St Thomas (TX), Mississippi University for Women.
Exploratory: Bob Jones, Warren Wilson; Lindenwood-Belleville was initially listed in this group, but announced it is ending most undergraduate programs after 2019-20.
*Games against Year 3 and 4 provisional members count the same as games against full-members for regional-ranking and tournament selection purposes

Conference Changes Starting in 2019-2020
Alfred State leaves the ACAA for the AMCC
Frostburg State leaves D3 for D2
Manhattanville leaves the MACF for the SKY
New Rochelle (IND) closes
Newbury (NECC) closes
Penn State-Harrisburg leaves the CAC for a return to the NEAC
Southern Vermont (NECC) closes
Staten Island leaves D3 for D2 (plays full D3 schedule. Not eligible for post-season)
Stevens leaves the E8 for the MACF
St. Elizabeth leaves the NEAC for the CSAC
SUNY-Delhi joins the NAC
Texas-Tyler leaves D3 for D2
Thomas More leaves D3 for the NAIA

Side note: Simmons discontinues its women's program

Conference Changes Starting in 2020-2021
Arcadia shifts from the MAC Commonwealth to the MAC Freedom
Eastern shifts from the MAC Freedom to the MAC Commonwealth
Franciscan leaves the AMCC for the Presidents' Athletic Conference
Keuka leaves the NEAC for the E8
Lycoming shifts from the MAC Commonwealth to the MAC Freedom
St. Norbert leaves the MWC for the NACC
Suffolk leaves the GNAC for the CCC
Valley Forge leaves the ACAA for the CSAC
York (Pa.) leaves the CAC for the MAC Commonwealth

Conference Changes Starting in 2021-2022
St. Thomas involuntarily removed from MIAC, will go to ???
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West Region football / Re: FB: American Rivers Conference
« Last post by Pat Coleman on Yesterday at 10:15:32 pm »
As a subscriber to The Athletic, I really enjoyed this piece.
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North Region football / Re: FB: Ohio Athletic Conference
« Last post by JCUStreaks70 on Yesterday at 05:46:09 pm »

- What OAC team is the greatest challenge this year to the Raiders?

If a good freshman QB pops up,  Mount Union's second team.

Otherwise, JCU.

Edward

Hadn't thought of that. You're right!  ;D

Well we all agree on who it won't be.... And just for you Mount guys ;)



and then for my fellow Streak

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North Region football / Re: FB: Ohio Athletic Conference
« Last post by MUC57 on Yesterday at 05:41:19 pm »

- What OAC team is the greatest challenge this year to the Raiders?

If a good freshman QB pops up,  Mount Union's second team.

Otherwise, JCU.

Edward

Hadn't thought of that. You're right!  ;D
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North Region football / Re: FB: Ohio Athletic Conference
« Last post by edward de vere on Yesterday at 05:14:43 pm »

- What OAC team is the greatest challenge this year to the Raiders?

If a good freshman QB pops up,  Mount Union's second team.

Otherwise, JCU.
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Basketball Open Dates / Re: Men's single games
« Last post by jclarke on Yesterday at 04:40:31 pm »
Brockport men's basketball is looking for 1 non-league game for the 2019-2020 season. Preferably, looking to travel to the downstate area on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving (11/26) or Wednesday (11/27). No return game needed! Please email Associate head coach, Joe Clarke, at jclarke@brockport.edu, if interested!
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North Region football / Re: FB: Ohio Athletic Conference
« Last post by MUC57 on Yesterday at 04:35:45 pm »
I know it is early, but what can we expect to see from the Raiders in 2019?

- Where are the strengths on offense, returning QB, RB and WR's?
 
- What are the gaps to fill or surprises?

- What are the strengths on defense, returning LB's?

- What are the gaps this fall, and have they been addressed with incoming freshman?

- Who is the back-up QB?

- Who calls the plays this year?

- Is LK really involved with the QB's from a coaching perspective?

- What OAC team is the greatest challenge this year to the Raiders?

The question that I can answer is the last one..

JCU!!

Other than that, I'd just be ignorant. :)

I would have said "Wilmington" but that's just me.   ;D
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North Region football / Re: FB: Ohio Athletic Conference
« Last post by bluestreak66 on Yesterday at 04:35:11 pm »
I know it is early, but what can we expect to see from the Raiders in 2019?

- Where are the strengths on offense, returning QB, RB and WR's?
 
- What are the gaps to fill or surprises?

- What are the strengths on defense, returning LB's?

- What are the gaps this fall, and have they been addressed with incoming freshman?

- Who is the back-up QB?

- Who calls the plays this year?

- Is LK really involved with the QB's from a coaching perspective?

- What OAC team is the greatest challenge this year to the Raiders?

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North Region football / Re: FB: Ohio Athletic Conference
« Last post by JCUStreaks70 on Yesterday at 04:09:42 pm »
I know it is early, but what can we expect to see from the Raiders in 2019?

- Where are the strengths on offense, returning QB, RB and WR's?
 
- What are the gaps to fill or surprises?

- What are the strengths on defense, returning LB's?

- What are the gaps this fall, and have they been addressed with incoming freshman?

- Who is the back-up QB?

- Who calls the plays this year?

- Is LK really involved with the QB's from a coaching perspective?

- What OAC team is the greatest challenge this year to the Raiders?

The question that I can answer is the last one..

JCU!!

Other than that, I'd just be ignorant. :)
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Central Region / Re: MBB: College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin
« Last post by AndOne on Yesterday at 03:29:06 pm »
Remaining nights scheduled @ Elmhurst @ 6:00 on July 2, 7, 14, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 28, and August 6, 8, and 11.
Games left @ Concordia-Chicago are @ 6:00 on June 25 & 27, and July 9 & 11.
@ IIT @ 7:00 on June 30, and August 4.
The Benedictine portion of the schedule is complete.

The problem is you never know how many players are going to show up on any given night, primarily because itís a problem for many kids who are working during the summer to fight traffic getting home from work, and then again to make it to the gym by 6:00.
Because of traffic, the NCC guys, for example, usually just play among themselves on nights games are scheduled at Concordia or IIT. Also, on most Sunday nights. And some of those nights, itís problematic getting 10 guys. IDK what other teams do on those nights.
I suspect the best chances of getting the most guys from the most teams there will be the upcoming weeknights at Elmhurst as it is somewhat centrally situated.
Among the teams haphazardly participating are Benedictine, Trinity (Palos), Concordia, NCC, IWU, Elmhurst, and Loras.
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