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RE: NJIT to the Atlantic Sun !
Is the Atlantic Sun planning to keep NJIT in the league for a while? If so, would they be looking for a travel partner closer to New Jersey?
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RE: NJIT to the Atlantic Sun !
(06-13-2015 12:34 AM)TardisCaptain Wrote:  Is the Atlantic Sun planning to keep NJIT in the league for a while? If so, would they be looking for a travel partner closer to New Jersey?
Which current division 1 program other than NJIT would join the Atlantic Sun?
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(06-13-2015 12:34 AM)TardisCaptain Wrote:  Is the Atlantic Sun planning to keep NJIT in the league for a while? If so, would they be looking for a travel partner closer to New Jersey?
Right now their travel partner would probably be Lipscomb, which would just be a flight from Nashville to one of the NYC/NJ airports.

If they can get the Big South to place their football programs, they should take three Indiana, West Chester, and Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. They are the three largest schools in their conference by enrollment, and would of course be a short drive from NJIT. For #12, take Bellarmine (Louisville, KY) to partner with Lipscomb.

NJIT/Kutztown
Indiana (PA)/West Chester
Bellarmine/Lipscomb
Kennesaw State/USC Upstate
Stetson/Florida Gulf Coast
Jacksonville/North Florida

Then for Big South Football:

Monmouth*
West Chester*
Kutztown*
Indiana (PA)*
Liberty
Gardner-Webb
Presbyterian
Charleston Southern
Coastal Carolina
Kennesaw State*
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RE: NJIT to the Atlantic Sun !
(06-13-2015 03:26 PM)chargeradio Wrote:  
(06-13-2015 12:34 AM)TardisCaptain Wrote:  Is the Atlantic Sun planning to keep NJIT in the league for a while? If so, would they be looking for a travel partner closer to New Jersey?
Right now their travel partner would probably be Lipscomb, which would just be a flight from Nashville to one of the NYC/NJ airports.

If they can get the Big South to place their football programs, they should take three Indiana, West Chester, and Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. They are the three largest schools in their conference by enrollment, and would of course be a short drive from NJIT. For #12, take Bellarmine (Louisville, KY) to partner with Lipscomb.

NJIT/Kutztown
Indiana (PA)/West Chester
Bellarmine/Lipscomb
Kennesaw State/USC Upstate
Stetson/Florida Gulf Coast
Jacksonville/North Florida

Then for Big South Football:

Monmouth*
West Chester*
Kutztown*
Indiana (PA)*
Liberty
Gardner-Webb
Presbyterian
Charleston Southern
Coastal Carolina
Kennesaw State*
Just what NJIT needed a set northeastern division 2 schools.
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RE: NJIT to the Atlantic Sun !
(06-13-2015 07:30 PM)Rich52c Wrote:  
(06-13-2015 03:26 PM)chargeradio Wrote:  
(06-13-2015 12:34 AM)TardisCaptain Wrote:  Is the Atlantic Sun planning to keep NJIT in the league for a while? If so, would they be looking for a travel partner closer to New Jersey?
Right now their travel partner would probably be Lipscomb, which would just be a flight from Nashville to one of the NYC/NJ airports.

If they can get the Big South to place their football programs, they should take three Indiana, West Chester, and Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. They are the three largest schools in their conference by enrollment, and would of course be a short drive from NJIT. For #12, take Bellarmine (Louisville, KY) to partner with Lipscomb.

NJIT/Kutztown
Indiana (PA)/West Chester
Bellarmine/Lipscomb
Kennesaw State/USC Upstate
Stetson/Florida Gulf Coast
Jacksonville/North Florida

Then for Big South Football:

Monmouth*
West Chester*
Kutztown*
Indiana (PA)*
Liberty
Gardner-Webb
Presbyterian
Charleston Southern
Coastal Carolina
Kennesaw State*
Just what NJIT needed a set northeastern division 2 schools.

If you were going to take a div II school to travel with NJIT, a closer candidate would be LIU Post.
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RE: NJIT to the Atlantic Sun !
How come no separate NJIT board?



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(12-06-2015 11:48 AM)GoodOwl Wrote:  How come no separate NJIT board?




Good question. They still have Northern Kentucky listed. Certainly not up to date. 05-nono
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RE: NJIT to the Atlantic Sun !
(03-04-2016 11:44 PM)RUfan03 Wrote:  
(12-06-2015 11:48 AM)GoodOwl Wrote:  How come no separate NJIT board?




Good question. They still have Northern Kentucky listed. Certainly not up to date. 05-nono
Why does NJIT have a 16 million shortfall?
NJIT cannot afford its new events center.
NJIT is number #1 in the % of student funds used to support athletics.
NJIT was shutting course in order to help pay for this events center
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RE: NJIT to the Atlantic Sun !
(06-16-2015 10:20 PM)RUfan03 Wrote:  
(06-13-2015 07:30 PM)Rich52c Wrote:  
(06-13-2015 03:26 PM)chargeradio Wrote:  
(06-13-2015 12:34 AM)TardisCaptain Wrote:  Is the Atlantic Sun planning to keep NJIT in the league for a while? If so, would they be looking for a travel partner closer to New Jersey?
Right now their travel partner would probably be Lipscomb, which would just be a flight from Nashville to one of the NYC/NJ airports.

If they can get the Big South to place their football programs, they should take three Indiana, West Chester, and Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. They are the three largest schools in their conference by enrollment, and would of course be a short drive from NJIT. For #12, take Bellarmine (Louisville, KY) to partner with Lipscomb.

NJIT/Kutztown
Indiana (PA)/West Chester
Bellarmine/Lipscomb
Kennesaw State/USC Upstate
Stetson/Florida Gulf Coast
Jacksonville/North Florida

Then for Big South Football:

Monmouth*
West Chester*
Kutztown*
Indiana (PA)*
Liberty
Gardner-Webb
Presbyterian
Charleston Southern
Coastal Carolina
Kennesaw State*
Just what NJIT needed a set northeastern division 2 schools.

If you were going to take a div II school to travel with NJIT, a closer candidate would be LIU Post.

All those Penn schools have declining attendance and funding issues. The chancellor of that system recently left, probably related to those issues.
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