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Date Posted: Wed, June 24 2020, 13:37:09
Author: Guest
Subject: Re: More summer reading - D3 to D1 pathway proposed by NCAA
In reply to: Go_Griffs 's message, "More summer reading - D3 to D1 pathway proposed by NCAA" on Wed, June 24 2020, 8:46:01

Interesting, but I would be stunned to see any of those listed making such a move for a variety of reasons. I could never see schools like Amherst, Middlebury, Rochester, Washington U., Tufts, Johns Hopkins ruining what a great thing they have going and going through a minimum of 5-10 years of athletic misery. U-Chicago was a charter member of the Big 10 and left. They have an 8 billion dollar endowment and are typically rated as one of the best schools in the US and world. Emory is not too far behind. Wellesley is all-female so they cannot be D1. The last thing, they would all want to play in either the Ivy or Patriot league and that is very unlikely.
The more likely, IMO, is D1 schools moving to D3, especially during these financial times.

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[> We will have to make changes -- COVID 19 didn't help our 150th anniversary, Thu, June 25 2020, 12:29:08

CC will have to adjust, it's inevitable. Giving kids a single room kills their P&L. Let's hope that their freshman class is strong. CC needs to do a better job of marketing Niagara & Bona have done a great job on building their brand.

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