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Date Posted: 18:35:02 05/24/05 Tue
Subject: Re: Centenary
In reply to:
's message, "Re: Centenary" on 15:26:25 05/24/05 Tue
SDSU lead the Nation in D-II attendence in both Men's and Women's basketball our last season before moving up. The Men have done it 6 of the last 10 years and never finished below 6th place. We play our games on campus at Frost Arena (Cap. 9,000). Here is a quick peek at our schedult for next season (still have a couple of dates to fill).
2005-06 SDSU Men’s Basketball Schedule
Nov 18 @ Illinois
Nov 24, Southeast Missouri State
Nov 28, Maine
Nov 30, Cal-State Fullerton
Dec 3, Tennesee State
Dec 6, Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Dec 8, @ Nebraska
Dec 10, Denver
Dec 12, UMKC
Dec 17, @ Middle Tennessee State
Dec 20, Manhatten, @ Sioux Falls
Dec 22, @ Minnesota
Dec 28, Butler
Jan 2, @ Montana State
Jan 7 Utah Valley State
Jan 14, @NDSU
Jan 16, SW Minnesota State
Jan 21, @ Lamar
Jan 25, @ Idaho State
Jan 28, @ Utah State
Feb 2, @ Utah Valley State
Feb 6, IPFW
Feb 18, NDSU
Feb 22, @IPFW
Mar 3, @ San Diego State
Mar 5, @ Cal State Fullerton
Plus to be scheduled at Central Florida, and at Marquette.
The other "Dakota School" is North Dakota State they are a fine school as well and would make a great addition to the Mid-Con, IMHO.
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Re: Centenary -- 89rabbit, 14:17:55 06/07/05 Tue
Looks like Centenary is staying for now.
Southland Conference cuts UTPA out of expansion plans
EDINBURG — The University of Texas-Pan American didn’t make the final cut with the Southland Conference.
The Southland Conference’s 10 presidents met Friday in Galveston to discuss the possibility of expansion and elected to give Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Central Arkansas on-campus visits, SLC Director of Media Relations Kristie Le confirmed Monday. UTPA, Centenary and Tarleton State — the other three schools that made 45-minute presentations to the Southland Conference Board of Directors during a May 21 meeting in Houston — were not awarded on-campus visits. . . .
The Southland Conference announced its intentions to "explore the possibility of expansion" this past January. UTPA, along with the four other schools, then had a chance to make its sales pitch to the league during last month’s meeting in Houston.
It was the first time UTPA has had a chance to make a presentation to the conference since being booted from the Sun Belt Conference in July 1998 after being plagued by NCAA violations throughout the late 1980s and into the mid-90s.
Geographically, the Southland Conference is the best fit for UTPA. The athletic programs at UTPA currently compete against Texas-San Antonio, Texas-Arlington, Lamar, Texas State and Sam Houston State, all members of the Southland Conference.
Other options for conference affiliation for UTPA include the Mid-Continent Conference (there are no current openings) and the possible formation of an Independent conference.
The Mid-Continent, which has expressed interest in UTPA in the past, would saddle the Broncs with costly travel, while the Independent conference is still in the brainstorming stages. . . .
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