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PAC to sponsor ACHA women's hockey in 2018
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I think the PAC needs to bring up women's hockey to meet title 9 requirements for a move to D1.
05-16-2017 01:46 PM
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RE: PAC to sponsor ACHA women's hockey in 2018
I wonder if the west coast schools that have club women's hockey will add it as a varsity sport?
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RE: PAC to sponsor ACHA women's hockey in 2018
Michigan, Michigan St, and Notre Dame still haven't sponsored a varsity women's team yet. If they want to be competitive with Minnie and Sconnie, they need to spend circa $2 mill annually. Don't think the PAC12 can do it cheaply like some ECAC schools with travel. Womens lax is an appropriate Title IX add for most, like Ariz St, which added WLAX and triathlon.
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