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Re: MBB: Capital Athletic Conference
« Reply #4830 on: August 18, 2020, 03:03:43 pm »
someone remind me how many hoops games will constitute a season this year? Is it 12? I can't remember and cannot find it. Thanks!

updated - found it...12 it is. And I don't think you need a conference tournament.
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Re: MBB: Capital Athletic Conference
« Reply #4831 on: August 19, 2020, 03:21:20 pm »
someone remind me how many hoops games will constitute a season this year? Is it 12? I can't remember and cannot find it. Thanks!

A season can consist of up to 25 games, but the minimum this year was lowered to 12. That doesn't mean you only have to play 12, but for the sport to qualify for NCAA membership then they have to play 12. That last part dependent on whether the NCAA is sponsoring the championship in that particular season (last season being an exception since the regular season was over when that decision was made).

So a team could play up to 25 in the regular season if they want to.

The normal minimum I think is 17 for basketball.
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Re: MBB: Capital Athletic Conference
« Reply #4833 on: September 23, 2020, 06:26:17 pm »
Will there be a 2020-21 NCAA Division III basketball season? If so what will it look like? What will the post-season look like?

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