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PAC 10 sports in jeopardy:
Looking at the sponsorship of all the PAC 10’s sports and these are a few that could be in trouble:

Men’s Soccer (4+1): they already have San Diego St as an affiliate. UNLV, AFA, and San Jose St are all viable possibilities (currently affiliated with the WAC)

Men’s Swimming and Diving (5): one or both of UC San Diego or UC Santa Barbara (MPSF) make the most sense institutionally.

Women’s Lacrosse (5): Denver, San Diego St, Fresno St, and UC Davis all have a team
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08-03-2022 08:57 PM
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RE: PAC 10 sports in jeopardy:
(08-03-2022 08:57 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  Looking at the sponsorship of all the PAC 10’s sports and these are a few that could be in trouble:

Men’s Soccer (4+1): they already have San Diego St as an affiliate. UNLV, AFA, and San Jose St are all viable possibilities (currently affiliated with the WAC)

Men’s Swimming and Diving (5): one or both of UC San Diego or UC Santa Barbara (MPSF) make the most sense institutionally.

Women’s Lacrosse (5): Denver, San Diego St, Fresno St, and UC Davis all have a team
More reasons for a coast to coast P3.
08-03-2022 10:10 PM
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RE: PAC 10 sports in jeopardy:
They can always invite San Jose State for men's soccer --they are affiliates in the WAC and would be happy with an all west coast league (SDSU, Cal, Stanford, OSU, UW). UNLV could also be invited, same situation.

Men's swimming can just go back in the MPSF, which is mostly Big West schools. ASU, Arizona, Utah, Cal would then have a meet with UCSB, UCSD, Cal Poly, CSUb, Hawaii and UOP. Alternately they could invite UC Santa Barbara, UC San Diego and UNLV (also have swimming in the WAC)

Neither is much of a problem. The Pac-12 doesn't really need these sports. In house or MPSF works almost equally well.
08-03-2022 11:24 PM
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RE: PAC 10 sports in jeopardy:
(08-03-2022 10:10 PM)Porcine Wrote:  
(08-03-2022 08:57 PM)Fighting Muskie Wrote:  Looking at the sponsorship of all the PAC 10’s sports and these are a few that could be in trouble:

Men’s Soccer (4+1): they already have San Diego St as an affiliate. UNLV, AFA, and San Jose St are all viable possibilities (currently affiliated with the WAC)

Men’s Swimming and Diving (5): one or both of UC San Diego or UC Santa Barbara (MPSF) make the most sense institutionally.

Women’s Lacrosse (5): Denver, San Diego St, Fresno St, and UC Davis all have a team
More reasons for a coast to coast P3.

Not going to happen until the ACC is gutted.

Short term they need to just add a few.
08-04-2022 04:35 AM
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