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Offline casualfan

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NACC 2022
« on: October 27, 2022, 11:19:29 am »
Not sure if on anyone's radar but the NACC Regular Season race was as wild & chaotic as it gets.

13 team league with a full 12 game round-robin schedule. 6 schools qualify for conference tournament.

Top 8 separated by only 3 points.

3 way tie at the top between Concordia-Wisconsin, Aurora, & MSOE.

Concordia-Wisconsin awarded #1 seed after being granted a forfeit victory over Concordia-Chicago from 10/22 after a 1-1 draw where CUC played a player who received his 5th yellow card in the match prior.

3 way tie for 4th between Marian, Benedictine, & Dominican.

Wisconsin Lutheran finishes 7th despite only 2 losses in 12 matches and a 2-2 home draw with MSOE last evening where a win would see WLC jump from 7th & out of the NACC Tourney all the way up to the top & be named co-conference champions.

St. Norbert who won the NACC in 2021 in their first year in the conference, misses out on the conference tournament altogether in 2022.

Wild season and the NACC Tournament is entirely up for grabs with no team separating themselves from the pack. Probably the strongest year for the conference within the region as well with a number of good results.

Likely still not a league with a Pool C candidate but that is not too far away. Should be a fun conference tournament to follow.

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Re: NACC 2022
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2022, 11:26:24 am »
Can't help but notice that fans here enjoy predictive analytics as much as the game! ;D

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Re: NACC 2022
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2022, 11:50:59 am »
A few years back I did a little feature on Wisc Luth and Concordia-Wisc.  @casualfan, your description depicts a conference that is very healthy.