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Postseason
« on: October 11, 2009, 11:45:52 am »
Feel free to rename the topic.

The 2009 Handbook was released a couple days ago. I mentioned it on the blog, but there are some changes this year.

• The OWP and OOWP formula is made explicit. OWP counts for 1/3 and OOWP for 2/3.
• Webcasting/other live coverage capabilities now a stated criterion for regional hosts.
• "Once ranked, always ranked" replaces "ranked opponents are those that appear in the final regional rankings." Not direct quotes from the Handbook.

Also from the 2009 Handbook:
• 62 teams this year (61 in '08). Should be seven eight-team regionals and one six-teamer.
• 40 Pool A's (was 38 in '08 ... welcome, Landmark/GSAC)
• Pool B and C breakdowns were not mentioned but should be released with regional hosts. My guess is 20 C's and 2 B's (Was 19 and 4 last season).

Key dates:
10/21: Regional rankings begin
11/4: Regional hosts selected (a few days later than in '08, when an originally selected host did not make the tourney and subsequently did not host a regional).
11/8: Tournament teams selected
11/9: Online selection show
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2009, 02:14:44 pm »
Thanks, Dude.

What I don't like about the Volleyball Handbook are these items:

1)  It does not list the teams in the conferences that participate.
2)  It does not delineate the composition of the Regions by teams and conferences.  (In fact, I do not see a link to where this information has been compiled for easy access.)
3)  It does not tally the member institutions by Pool A or Pool B.
4)  It does not "show the math" as to how the bids were determined.
5)  It does not list those teams that have opted for NAIA, NCCAA or USCAA playoffs instead.
6)  It does not show the teams that are provisional and those that are re-classifying into and out of D-III.

We do get an idea of when the NECC and the UMAC will receive their Pool A bids from this section of the Handbook.


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Conference Membership Deadline
To receive automatic qualification for the 2009-10 championships, conferences must
have their membership established and defined by April 1, 2008.

One can get the impression that there will not be sufficient teams left in Pool B to allocate a bid in the near future.  (Chapman, Trinity DC. Mount Mary WI, anyone else?)



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Re: Postseason
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2009, 02:17:48 am »
Thanks, Dude.

What I don't like about the Volleyball Handbook are these items:

1)  It does not list the teams in the conferences that participate.
2)  It does not delineate the composition of the Regions by teams and conferences.  (In fact, I do not see a link to where this information has been compiled for easy access.)
3)  It does not tally the member institutions by Pool A or Pool B.
4)  It does not "show the math" as to how the bids were determined.
5)  It does not list those teams that have opted for NAIA, NCCAA or USCAA playoffs instead.
6)  It does not show the teams that are provisional and those that are re-classifying into and out of D-III.

We do get an idea of when the NECC and the UMAC will receive their Pool A bids from this section of the Handbook.


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Conference Membership Deadline
To receive automatic qualification for the 2009-10 championships, conferences must
have their membership established and defined by April 1, 2008.

One can get the impression that there will not be sufficient teams left in Pool B to allocate a bid in the near future.  (Chapman, Trinity DC. Mount Mary WI, anyone else?)
Agreed on all, Ralph.
2) I, too, miss the lists of teams by region. It's a bit bulky and in some cases outdated, but here is a sortable database that I use.

But this one is better. It has projected eligibility years and everything. Why not copy and paste this info to the Handbook like was done in past years? I'm with you there. Thought I'd leave the first link up there so maybe the NCAA will update it. For example, East Bay is no longer a D-III volleyball program.

Anyway, the bid allocation is 19 C's (376 teams) and 3 B's (35 teams). In the West, there are only 18 Pool A teams and 3 Pool B's (but the link only mentions Santa Cruz and Chapman as full members, with La Sierra as a provisional. What's 1+1+0?). Still, 20 or 21 teams? Pretty thin, considering there are three regions with 60+.

Your last point could impact Nebraska Wesleyan the most.

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Re: Postseason
« Reply #3 on: October 12, 2009, 10:07:00 pm »
Central Region  (39 teams)

Pool A Conferences (4)

Institutions in AQ Conferences (30)

Pool B Independents (9)

Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (9)
Buena Vista University
Central College (Iowa)
Coe College
Cornell College
University of Dubuque
Loras College
Luther College
Simpson College
Wartburg College

Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (12)
Augsburg College
Bethel University (Minnesota)
Carleton College
Concordia College, Moorhead
Gustavus Adolphus College
Hamline University
Macalester College
College of St. Benedict
St. Catherine University
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
St. Olaf College
University of St. Thomas (Minnesota)

St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (8 )
Blackburn College
Eureka College
Fontbonne University
Greenville College
MacMurray College
Principia College
Webster University
Westminster College (Missouri)

University Athletic Association (1*)
Washington University (Missouri)

* University Athletic Association is noted in Pool A in 6 regions.
^ Provisional


Pool B Independents (9)

Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (8 )  (Should be Pool A in 2010-11.)
Bethany Lutheran College
Crown College (MN)
Martin Luther College
University of Minnesota, Morris
Northland College
Northwestern College
Presentation College
College of St. Scholastica

Nebraska Wesleyan University

^ North Central University (10-11)
^ Spalding University (12-13)/St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #4 on: October 12, 2009, 10:14:37 pm »
GREAT LAKES REGION  (48 teams)

Pool A Conferences (7)

Institutions in AQ Conferences (48)

Pool B Independents (0)

Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (9)
Anderson University (Indiana)
Bluffton University
Defiance College
Franklin College
Hanover College
Manchester College
College of Mount St. Joseph
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (9)
Adrian College
Albion College
Alma College
Calvin College
Hope College
Kalamazoo College
Olivet College
Saint Mary’s College (Indiana)
Trine University

North Coast Athletic Conference (9)
Allegheny College
Denison University
Earlham College
Hiram College
Kenyon College
Oberlin College
Ohio Wesleyan University
Wittenberg University
College of Wooster

Ohio Athletic Conference (10)
Baldwin-Wallace College
Capital University
Heidelberg College
John Carroll University
Marietta College
Mount Union
Muskingum College
Ohio Northern University
Otterbein College
Wilmington College (Ohio)

Presidents’ Athletic Conference (8 )
Bethany College (West Virginia)
Chatham University
Grove City College
Thiel College
Thomas More College
Washington and Jefferson College
Waynesburg College
Westminster College (Pennsylvania)

Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (2#)
Centre College
DePauw University

University Athletic Association (1*)
Case Western Reserve University

# Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference is noted in Pool A in 3 regions.
* University Athletic Association is noted in Pool A in 6 regions.
^ Provisional
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #5 on: October 12, 2009, 10:21:22 pm »
MID ATLANTIC REGION  (66 teams)

Pool A Conferences (8 )

Institutions in AQ Conferences (65 66)

Pool B Independents (1 0)

Allegheny Mountain (9)
Frostburg State University
Hilbert College
La Roche College
Medaille College
Mount Aloysius College
Penn State University, Altoona
Pennsylvania State University, Erie, the Behrend College
University of Pittsburgh, Bradford
University of Pittsburgh, Greensburg

Capital Athletic Conference Inc. (9)
Gallaudet University
Hood College
University of Mary Washington
Marymount University (Virginia)
Salisbury University
St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Stevenson University
Wesley College
York College (Pennsylvania)

Centennial Conference (11)
Bryn Mawr College
Dickinson College
Franklin & Marshall College
Gettysburg College
Haverford College
Johns Hopkins University
McDaniel College
Muhlenberg College
Swarthmore College
Ursinus College
Washington College (Maryland)

Colonial States Athletic Conference (12)
Baptist Bible College
Cabrini College
Cedar Crest College
Centenary (New Jersey)
Gwynedd-Mercy College
Immaculata University
Keystone College
Marywood University
Neumann College
College of Notre Dame (Maryland)
Philadelphia Bible College
Rosemont College

Commonwealth Conference (7 8 )
Albright College
Alvernia College
Arcadia University
Elizabethtown College
Lebanon Valley College
Lycoming College
Messiah College
Widener University

Freedom Conference (9  8 )
Alvernia College  Moved to Commonwealth Conference in 2009-10
Delaware Valley College
DeSales University
Eastern University
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Florham
King’s College (Pennsylvania)
Manhattanville College
Misericordia University
Wilkes University

Landmark Conference (7)
Catholic University
Goucher College
Juniata College
Moravian College
University of Scranton
Susquehanna University
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

University Athletic Association (1*)
Carnegie Mellon University

^ Provisional

Pool B Independents (1  0 )

Penn State Berks College/North Eastern Athletic Conference


^ Franciscan University of Steubenville (11-12)/AMCC
^ Lancaster Bible College (10-11)
^ Penn State University, Abington (13-14)/North Eastern Athletic Conference
^ Penn State Harrisburg (10-11)/North Eastern Athletic Conference
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #6 on: October 12, 2009, 10:26:36 pm »
MIDWEST REGION  (43 teams)

Pool A Conferences (4)

Institutions in Conferences (41)

Pool B Independents (2)

College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (8 )
Augustana College (Illinois)
Carthage College
Elmhurst College
Illinois Wesleyan University
Millikin University
North Central College
North Park University
Wheaton College (Illinois)

Midwest Conference (10)
Beloit College
Carroll College (Wisconsin)
Grinnell College
Illinois College
Knox College
Lake Forest College
Lawrence University
Monmouth College (Illinois)
Ripon College
St. Norbert College

Northern Athletics Conference (13)
Alverno College
Aurora University
Benedictine University (Illinois)
Concordia University Chicago
Concordia University (Wisconsin)
Dominican University (Illinois)
Edgewood College
Lakeland College
Maranatha Baptist Bible College
Marian University (Wisconsin)
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Rockford College
Wisconsin Lutheran College

University Athletic Association (1*)
University of Chicago

Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (9)
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
University of Wisconsin, Platteville
University of Wisconsin, River Falls
University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
University of Wisconsin, Stout
University of Wisconsin, Superior
University of Wisconsin, Whitewater

* University Athletic Association is noted in Pool A in 6 regions.

Pool B Independents (2)
Finlandia University
Mount Mary College

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Re: Postseason
« Reply #7 on: October 12, 2009, 10:33:28 pm »
NEW ENGLAND REGION (77 teams)

Pool A Conferences (8 )

Institutions in Conferences (68)

Pool B Independents (9)

Commonwealth Coast Conference (11)
Anna Maria College
Colby-Sawyer College
Eastern Nazarene College
Endicott College
Gordon College
University of New England
Regis College (Massachusetts)
Roger Williams University
Salve Regina University
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Western New England College

Great Northeast Athletic Conference (13)
Albertus Magnus College
Emerson College
Emmanuel College (Massachusetts)
Johnson and Wales University
Lasell College
Mount Ida College
Norwich University
Pine Manor College
Rivier College
Simmons College
St. Joseph College (Connecticut)
Saint Joseph’s College (Maine)
Suffolk University

Little East Conference (8 )
Eastern Connecticut State University
Keene State College
University of Massachusetts, Boston
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Plymouth State University
Rhode Island College
University of Southern Maine
Western Connecticut State University

Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference (7)
Bridgewater State College
Framingham State College
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Salem State College
Westfield State College
Worcester State College

New England Small College Athletic Conference (11)
Amherst College
Bates College
Bowdoin College
Colby College
Connecticut College
Hamilton College
Middlebury College
Trinity College (Connecticut)
Tufts University
Wesleyan University (Connecticut)
Williams College

New England Women’s & Men’s Athletic Conference (10)
Babson College
Clark University (Massachusetts)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mount Holyoke College
Smith College
Springfield College
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Wellesley College
Wheaton College (Massachusetts)
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

North Atlantic Conference (7)
Castleton State College
Green Mountain College
Husson College
Johnson State College
Maine Maritime Academy
University of Maine, Farmington
Thomas College

University Athletic Association (1*)
Brandeis University

* University Athletic Association is noted in Pool A in 6 regions.

^ Provisional

Pool B Independents (9)

New England Collegiate Conference (8 )  (Should be Pool A in 2010-11)
Bay Path College
Becker College
Daniel Webster College
Elms College
Lesley University
Mitchell College
Newbury College
Southern Vermont College

University of Maine at Presque Isle

^ Lyndon State College (10-11)/NAC
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #8 on: October 12, 2009, 10:44:21 pm »
NEW YORK REGION (63 teams)

Pool A Conferences (7)

Institutions in Conferences (55 56)

Pool B Independents (8 7)

City University of New York Athletic Conference (10)
Baruch College
Brooklyn College
City College of New York
Hunter College
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Lehman College, City University of New York
Medgar Evers College
New York City College of Technology
College of Staten Island
York College (New York)

Empire 8 (9)
Alfred University
Elmira College
Hartwick College
Ithaca College
Nazareth College
Rochester Institute of Technology
St. John Fisher College
Stevens Institute of Technology
Utica College

New Jersey Athletic Conference (9)
Kean University
Montclair State University
New Jersey City University
Ramapo College
Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Rowan University
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Newark
William Paterson University of New Jersey

North Eastern Athletic Conference (5)
Cazenovia College
D’Youville College
Keuka College
Morrisville State College
State University of New York Institute of Technology

Skyline Conference (10)
Bard College
State University of New York at Farmingdale
State University of New York Maritime College
Mount Saint Mary College (New York)
College of Mount St. Vincent
State University College at Old Westbury
Polytechnic University (New York)
Purchase College, State University of New York
The Sage Colleges
St. Joseph’s College (Long Island)

State University of New York Athletic Conference (10)
College of Brockport, State University of New York
Buffalo State College
State University College at Cortland
State University College at Fredonia
State University College at Geneseo
State University College at New Paltz
State University College at Oneonta
State University of New York at Oswego
Plattsburgh State University of New York

University Athletic Association (2*)
New York University
University of Rochester

* University Athletic Association is noted in Pool A in 6 regions.

Pool B Independents (8 7)

Liberty League (5)
Clarkson University
Skidmore College
St. Lawrence University
Union College (New York)
Vassar College

College of New Rochelle
College of Saint Elizabeth   (Now a member of the NEAC)
Yeshiva University

^ State University of New York at Cobleskill (12-13)/ North Eastern Athletic Conference
^ St. Joseph’s College, New York (11-12)

^ Provisional
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #9 on: October 12, 2009, 10:50:09 pm »
SOUTH REGION (54 teams)

Pool A Conferences (6)

Institutions in Conferences (51)

Pool B Independents (3)

American Southwest Conference (13)
Concordia University Texas
East Texas Baptist University
Hardin-Simmons University
Howard Payne University
LeTourneau University
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
McMurry University
Mississippi College
Schreiner University
Sul Ross State University
Texas Lutheran University
University of Texas at Dallas
University of Texas at Tyler

Great South Athletic Conference (8 )
Agnes Scott College
Huntingdon College
La Grange College
Maryville College (Tennessee)
Piedmont College
Salem College
Spelman College
Wesleyan College (Georgia)

Old Dominion Athletic Conference (11)
Bridgewater College (Virginia)
Eastern Mennonite University
Emory and Henry College
Guilford College
Lynchburg College
Randolph College
Randolph-Macon College
Roanoke College
Sweet Briar College
Virginia Wesleyan College
Washington and Lee University

Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (8#)
Austin College
Hendrix College
Millsaps College
Oglethorpe University
Rhodes College
University of the South
Southwestern University (Texas)
Trinity University (Texas)

USA South Athletic Conference (10)
Averett University
Christopher Newport University
Ferrum College
Greensboro College
Mary Baldwin College
Meredith College
Methodist University
North Carolina Wesleyan College
Peace College
Shenandoah University

University Athletic Association (1*)
Emory University

# Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference is noted in Pool A in 3 regions.
* University Athletic Association is noted in Pool A in 6 regions.


^ Provisional

Pool B Independents (3  2 )

University of Dallas  (NEAC affiliate in 2009)
Rust College
Trinity College (District of Columbia)
^ Berry College (13-14)
^ Birmingham-Southern College (11-12)
^ Covenant College (13-14)
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #10 on: October 12, 2009, 10:54:13 pm »
WEST REGION (20 teams)

Pool A Conferences (3)

Institutions in Conferences (18)

Pool B Independents (3  2)

Northwest Conference (9)
George Fox University
Lewis & Clark College
Linfield College
Pacific Lutheran University
Pacific University (Oregon)
University of Puget South
Whitman College
Whitworth University
Willamette University

Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (8 )
California Institute of Technology
California Lutheran University
Claremont McKenna-Harvey Mudd-Scripps Colleges
University of La Verne
Occidental College
Pomona-Pitzer Colleges
University of Redlands
Whittier College

Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (1#)
Colorado College

Pool B Independents (3 2)
University of California, Santa Cruz
Chapman University

^ La Sierra University


# Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference is noted in Pool A in 3 regions.
^ Provisional
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #11 on: October 12, 2009, 11:00:30 pm »
There are several errors in the lists that I have copied from this pdf entitled,

2009 NCAA DIVISION III WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL POOLS.


http://ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/2dfdba804f9f79f48bc1dfbe749a3a0e/Pools+2009.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CACHEID=2dfdba804f9f79f48bc1dfbe749a3a0e

I will list the errors that I have found.

NEAC Dallas (University of Dallas is a member this year.)

http://www.neacsports.com/School-Dallas.shtml

The NEAC has a multi-region exemption.

College of St Elizabeth is now a member of the NEAC

http://www.neacsports.com/Standings-WVolleyball-09.html

I have also corrected the listings in the Handbook for these changes:

Alvernia switching conferences.

PSU-Berks is in the NEAC and not an independent.



If you need it, here's where I found the pools link.

Pools

http://ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/2dfdba804f9f79f48bc1dfbe749a3a0e/Pools+2009.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CACHEID=2dfdba804f9f79f48bc1dfbe749a3a0e

Thanks
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« Reply #12 on: October 13, 2009, 09:10:56 am »
If you need it, here's where I found the pools link.

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Re: Postseason
« Reply #13 on: October 31, 2009, 09:42:49 am »
October 28, 2009 Regional Rankings

CENTRAL REGION In-Region Record Overall Record
1. Washington U. in St. Louis 20-0 22-3
2. Nebraska Wesleyan 10-2 10-2
3. St. Thomas (Minnesota) 21-5 22-6
4. St. Benedict 22-5 22-5
5. St. Mary’s (Minnesota) 20-6 20-7
6. Simpson 16-10 17-10
7. St. Olaf 22-2 23-3
8. Luther 18-9 22-10

GREAT LAKES REGION In-Region Record Overall Record
1. Hope 17-1 23-2
2. Ohio Northern 18-2 22-3
3. Heidelberg 15-2 24-5
4. Calvin 17-4 20-5
5. Mount Union 18-4 19-4
6. Wittenberg 18-4 21-4
7. DePauw 20-5 26-6
8. Thomas More 24-7 25-9

MID-ATLANTIC REGION In-Region Record Overall Record
1. Juniata 16-0 26-2
2. Haverford 19-2 24-3
3. Eastern 19-2 23-4
4. Salisbury 16-4 22-4
5. Frostburg State 24-2 25-4
6. Lebanon Valley 24-2 25-2
7. DeSales 17-5 18-6
8. Mary Washington 15-10 17-10

MIDWEST REGION In-Region Record Overall Record
1. Wisconsin-Oshkosh 29-1 31-1
2. Wisconsin-Whitewater 20-5 25-5
3. Carthage 19-3 24-4
4. North Central (Illinois) 22-2 27-3
5. Wisconsin-Platteville 14-7 19-10
6. Wisconsin-Eau Claire 21-5 22-6
7. Chicago 19-10 22-10
8. Illinois Wesleyan 14-11 16-13

NEW ENGLAND REGION In-Region Record Overall Record
1. Tufts 23-2 25-2
2. Massachusetts-Boston 21-2 24-4
3. Williams 14-7 15-8
4. Connecticut College 19-5 19-5
5. Amherst 19-5 19-5
6. Springfield 24-5 24-5
7. Middlebury 15-4 18-4
8. MIT 18-5 23-7

NEW YORK REGION In-Region Record Overall Record
1. New York University 19-5 22-7
2. New Paltz State 18-2 26-5
3. Stevens Institute of Technology 22-4 22-7
4. Clarkson 20-2 24-5
5. Nazareth 21-7 22-11
6. Fredonia State 20-8 21-10
7. Cortland State 18-8 18-11
8. Vassar 15-6 17-7

SOUTH REGION In-Region Record Overall Record
1. Emory 14-1 26-4
2. Southwestern (Texas) 24-0 26-3
3. Texas-Dallas 19-0 20-0
4. Christopher Newport 23-4 28-6
5. Randolph-Macon 16-3 20-5
6. Trinity (Texas) 23-6 24-8
7. Washington and Lee 16-7 17-10
8. Lynchburg 16-5 17-7

WEST REGION In-Region Record Overall Record
1. Colorado College 23-2 29-3
2. Pacific Lutheran 15-4 16-5
3. Redlands 17-4 18-4
4. George Fox 12-4 15-5
5. Puget Sound 12-6 14-6
6. Cal Lutheran 14-5 16-10
7. La Verne 13-10 17-12
8. Pomona-Pitzer 10-11 12-12


In each region, 8 teams are ranked by the Evaluations committee, whether there are 20 teams in the (West) region or 77 (New England).
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Re: Postseason
« Reply #14 on: November 07, 2009, 10:14:46 pm »
Midwest Region AQ's"

WIAC:  UW-Whitewater
MWC:   St. Norbert
CCIW:  Carthage
NAthCon:   Lakeland