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(01-22-2018 07:26 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  In regards to Mt Union DII is a major no go because the OAC has schools with much better academic reputations. Sure it's not the North Coast but the G-Mac has some schools on the verge of closing.

Which schools are on the verge of closing? Do you have evidence or just opinion?
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RE: D-II/D-III/NAIA movement
(01-22-2018 11:51 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(01-22-2018 07:26 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  In regards to Mt Union DII is a major no go because the OAC has schools with much better academic reputations. Sure it's not the North Coast but the G-Mac has some schools on the verge of closing.

Which schools are on the verge of closing? Do you have evidence or just opinion?

I worked for Lake Erie College for a while and they are a dumpster fire plagued with accreditation problems. The WV schools in the conference have similarly awful enrollments
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RE: D-II/D-III/NAIA movement
(01-23-2018 10:52 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  
(01-22-2018 11:51 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(01-22-2018 07:26 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  In regards to Mt Union DII is a major no go because the OAC has schools with much better academic reputations. Sure it's not the North Coast but the G-Mac has some schools on the verge of closing.

Which schools are on the verge of closing? Do you have evidence or just opinion?

I worked for Lake Erie College for a while and they are a dumpster fire plagued with accreditation problems. The WV schools in the conference have similarly awful enrollments

Thanks. I look at the enrollment numbers here:
http://greatmidwestsports.com/sports/201...25723.aspx
and it doesn't look that bad. There are lots of NAIA schools at those enrollment levels and they are not "dumpster fires" but are in fact pretty well managed. So there's nothing inherently wrong with the enrollment numbers. But then again, the NAIA schools aren't blowing wads of cash on NCAA membership.
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RE: D-II/D-III/NAIA movement
Newman University will join the MIAA as an associate member for all 14 of their NCAA sports in 2019. They could become a full member if the MIAA decides to remove the requirement that full members must sponsor football.

http://ksn.com/2018/02/08/newman-athleti...2019-2020/
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RE: D-II/D-III/NAIA movement
(01-23-2018 11:21 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 10:52 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  
(01-22-2018 11:51 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(01-22-2018 07:26 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  In regards to Mt Union DII is a major no go because the OAC has schools with much better academic reputations. Sure it's not the North Coast but the G-Mac has some schools on the verge of closing.

Which schools are on the verge of closing? Do you have evidence or just opinion?

I worked for Lake Erie College for a while and they are a dumpster fire plagued with accreditation problems. The WV schools in the conference have similarly awful enrollments

Thanks. I look at the enrollment numbers here:
http://greatmidwestsports.com/sports/201...25723.aspx
and it doesn't look that bad. There are lots of NAIA schools at those enrollment levels and they are not "dumpster fires" but are in fact pretty well managed. So there's nothing inherently wrong with the enrollment numbers. But then again, the NAIA schools aren't blowing wads of cash on NCAA membership.

I live in West Virginia...

Alderson-Broadus College is in real financial trouble... They sunk A LOT of money into restarting FB; to the point of discontinuing several majors. I believe their accreditation status is on "Probation" due to finances.

Davis and Elkins is small, but stable.

Wheeling Jesuit is being bank-rolled by the local RC Diocese. They're well-off.
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RE: D-II/D-III/NAIA movement
(02-10-2018 06:03 AM)BearcatJerry Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 11:21 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 10:52 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  
(01-22-2018 11:51 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(01-22-2018 07:26 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  In regards to Mt Union DII is a major no go because the OAC has schools with much better academic reputations. Sure it's not the North Coast but the G-Mac has some schools on the verge of closing.

Which schools are on the verge of closing? Do you have evidence or just opinion?

I worked for Lake Erie College for a while and they are a dumpster fire plagued with accreditation problems. The WV schools in the conference have similarly awful enrollments

Thanks. I look at the enrollment numbers here:
http://greatmidwestsports.com/sports/201...25723.aspx
and it doesn't look that bad. There are lots of NAIA schools at those enrollment levels and they are not "dumpster fires" but are in fact pretty well managed. So there's nothing inherently wrong with the enrollment numbers. But then again, the NAIA schools aren't blowing wads of cash on NCAA membership.

I live in West Virginia...

Alderson-Broadus College is in real financial trouble... They sunk A LOT of money into restarting FB; to the point of discontinuing several majors. I believe their accreditation status is on "Probation" due to finances.

Davis and Elkins is small, but stable.

Wheeling Jesuit is being bank-rolled by the local RC Diocese. They're well-off.
According to Forbes, Alderson Broaddus College had the worse financial grade, Wheeling Jesuit was right there as well. Davis & Elkins received a B.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/schifrin/20...5db9e64a7e
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RE: D-II/D-III/NAIA movement
(02-10-2018 01:08 PM)sportsrankings Wrote:  
(02-10-2018 06:03 AM)BearcatJerry Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 11:21 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 10:52 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  
(01-22-2018 11:51 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  Which schools are on the verge of closing? Do you have evidence or just opinion?

I worked for Lake Erie College for a while and they are a dumpster fire plagued with accreditation problems. The WV schools in the conference have similarly awful enrollments

Thanks. I look at the enrollment numbers here:
http://greatmidwestsports.com/sports/201...25723.aspx
and it doesn't look that bad. There are lots of NAIA schools at those enrollment levels and they are not "dumpster fires" but are in fact pretty well managed. So there's nothing inherently wrong with the enrollment numbers. But then again, the NAIA schools aren't blowing wads of cash on NCAA membership.

I live in West Virginia...

Alderson-Broadus College is in real financial trouble... They sunk A LOT of money into restarting FB; to the point of discontinuing several majors. I believe their accreditation status is on "Probation" due to finances.

Davis and Elkins is small, but stable.

Wheeling Jesuit is being bank-rolled by the local RC Diocese. They're well-off.
According to Forbes, Alderson Broaddus College had the worse financial grade, Wheeling Jesuit was right there as well. Davis & Elkins received a B.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/schifrin/20...5db9e64a7e

Thanks for this, never seen it before. The link you provided was for 2016 though. Here's the 2017 version:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/schifrin/20...a3e3ca72f3

AB and Wheeling Jesuit have both improved. In fact, there aren't any "F"s left on the chart.
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RE: D-II/D-III/NAIA movement
(02-10-2018 03:12 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(02-10-2018 01:08 PM)sportsrankings Wrote:  
(02-10-2018 06:03 AM)BearcatJerry Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 11:21 PM)teamvsn Wrote:  
(01-23-2018 10:52 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  I worked for Lake Erie College for a while and they are a dumpster fire plagued with accreditation problems. The WV schools in the conference have similarly awful enrollments

Thanks. I look at the enrollment numbers here:
http://greatmidwestsports.com/sports/201...25723.aspx
and it doesn't look that bad. There are lots of NAIA schools at those enrollment levels and they are not "dumpster fires" but are in fact pretty well managed. So there's nothing inherently wrong with the enrollment numbers. But then again, the NAIA schools aren't blowing wads of cash on NCAA membership.

I live in West Virginia...

Alderson-Broadus College is in real financial trouble... They sunk A LOT of money into restarting FB; to the point of discontinuing several majors. I believe their accreditation status is on "Probation" due to finances.

Davis and Elkins is small, but stable.

Wheeling Jesuit is being bank-rolled by the local RC Diocese. They're well-off.
According to Forbes, Alderson Broaddus College had the worse financial grade, Wheeling Jesuit was right there as well. Davis & Elkins received a B.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/schifrin/20...5db9e64a7e

Thanks for this, never seen it before. The link you provided was for 2016 though. Here's the 2017 version:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/schifrin/20...a3e3ca72f3

AB and Wheeling Jesuit have both improved. In fact, there aren't any "F"s left on the chart.
surpringsly, the only schools that did close had C’s and D’s. Look at st Joseph’s IN and the dowling.
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University of St Thomas - Houston (NAIA) has been accepted into the D3 exploratory period.
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D2 Franklin Pierce is elevating their sprint football team to the D2 level, cutting men's and women's bowling and women's swimming, and upping scholarships for their remaining women's sports.

http://www.sentinelsource.com/news/local...55ae5.html
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