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D2 Schools As Candidates To Become D1
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RE: D2 Schools As Candidates To Become D1
I think OVC adds Southern Indiana (new arena soon) the minute they lose Murray St. OVC relocated its tourney from Nashville to Evansville and made quotes about tapping into that market.
12-04-2017 04:06 AM
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RE: D2 Schools As Candidates To Become D1
(12-04-2017 03:21 AM)AZcats Wrote:  
(12-03-2017 08:59 PM)mgillespie2 Wrote:  ****BREAKING NEWS****
UC SAN DIEGO JUST ANNOUNCED THAT THEY WILL BE JOINING THE BIG WEST CONFERENCE ALONG WITH CAL ST BAKERSFIELD. I ALSO FEEL THAT THE WHOLE CCAA Conference should move up to divison I due to the big student body they have and also having multiple sports

Sorry, you're a week late with the breaking news. Some schools in the CCAA have large enrollments but they probably don't have the finances available to move up.

But im sure those schools can try to have a good athletic program in the future.
12-07-2017 10:32 AM
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