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Pool A Finalized

Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference: Penn State-Behrend (20-8)
American Southwest Conference: Texas-Dallas (23-5)
Capital Athletic Conference: St. Mary’s (24-3)
Centennial Conference: Dickinson (20-7)
City University of New York Athletic Conference: Staten Island (22-5)
College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin: North Central (Ill.) (24-3)
Colonial States Athletic Conference: Cabrini (22-5)
Commonwealth Coast Conference: Curry (21-7)
Empire 8: Ithaca (19-8)
Great Northeast Athletic Conference: Albertus Magnus (24-4)
Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference: Rose-Hulman (24-3)
Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: Dubuque (21-7)
Landmark Conference: Catholic (24-3)
Liberty League: Hobart (21-6)
Little East Conference: Rhode Island College (25-3)
Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference: Fitchburg St. (16-10)
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association: Calvin (24-3)
Middle Atlantic Commonwealth: Alvernia (23-4)
Middle Atlantic Freedom: Delaware Valley (19-8)
Midwest Conference: St. Norbert (20-5)
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: St. Thomas (26-1)
New England Collegiate Conference: Elms (17-9)
New England Small College Athletic Conference: Amherst (25-2)
New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference: WPI (25-2)
New Jersey Athletic Conference: Ramapo (23-4)
North Atlantic Conference: Husson (20-8)
North Coast Athletic Conference: Ohio Wesleyan (22-5)
North Eastern Athletic Conference: Morrisville State (21-5)
Northern Athletics Conference: Aurora (22-6)
Northwest Conference: Whitworth (24-3)
Ohio Athletic Conference: Marietta (20-7)
Old Dominion Athletic Conference: Randolph-Macon (19-9)
Presidents Athletic Conference: St. Vincent (23-5)
St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: Spalding (20-7)
Skyline Conference: SUNY-Purchase (22-5)
Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: Redlands (22-5)
Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference: Trinity (Tex.) (20-7)
State University of New York Athletic Conference: Cortland (23-4)
University Athletic Association: Wash U (20-5)
Upper Midwest Athletic Conference: Northwestern (Minn.) (21-6)
USA South Athletic Conference: Christopher Newport (21-5)
Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: UW Whitewater (23-4)

4 Responses to “Pool A Finalized”

  1. Jack wrote:

    Given the change in format for the 75 anniversary of the tournament, will teams getting byes in the first round get a whole week off until March 9?

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    Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 9:03 pm | Permalink
    • Jeffrey Hetzel wrote:

      Yes. So it is pretty likely that Amherst isn’t going to play a game for two weeks.

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      Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 11:07 pm | Permalink
  2. clubbo wrote:

    Guys – excellent work on the prep for the nescac semi’s. Too bad that Midd couldn’t quite get it done vs. The Ephs (actually disgusting). Give the Makers some credit- they played two , today included , of their best games at Lefrak. in the thinking that you always learn more from a loss that you do from a win, there are positives in our performance. First once a game goes to OT everybody is rolling the dice. The OT is going to be decided by one or two plays or calls.
    It got to OT for a few reasons- Midd didn’t solve the Wms’ zone till early 2H. Earlier and it is possible that that 4 point lead at 10 min. mark is definitely more. The ability to attack it and solve it is key on on two fronts- we may see them again; and also others who have the Wms/Midd film may want to use the zone against the Panthers. Having solved that issue, my take is go ahead, Midd is ready. Secondly give credit to Epley. it was his best game of the year. We almost survived the heat from Klemm/Wohl (7-11 from 3) and allowing them 21 FT’s (vs.9). After all this goes down, there was a bad call that gave Wms the ball back very late, and a noncall where Joey was hammered to the floor.
    But Midd will get a bid (6th in a row)and is one of the ten locks from my take(Wms, Hamp-Syd, Va.Wes., Emory, Rochester, Wooster, Ill.Wes., Stevens Point, and M.I.T.) to get an at-large(poolC in d3 terminology) bid. We probably won’t get to host but this is a weird year because of the restructuring due to the ncaa extending the tourney, so that won’t be in stone till tomorrow afternoon. Talk soon. Clubbo.

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    Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 6:58 pm | Permalink
    • Jeffrey Hetzel wrote:

      Thanks Clubbo. Apparently the expectation from the team is that they will not be hosting, but after looking at how many bad teams won conference championships, I personally think it is more likely than not. Either way, can’t wait for the first round.

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      Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 11:06 pm | Permalink

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