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  • #16
    Sometimes you just stumble on information and I just found this. It appears that American International College is adding Men's Volleyball for 2020-2021. They never published a release and there are no Archived Stories for the sport, it's just listed on the [Sports] sub-menu as "(Coming Fall 2020)". Of course, Men's VB is a spring sport with D1 and D2 combined.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Tech Boys View Post
      Sometimes you just stumble on information and I just found this. It appears that American International College is adding Men's Volleyball for 2020-2021. They never published a release and there are no Archived Stories for the sport, it's just listed on the [Sports] sub-menu as "(Coming Fall 2020)". Of course, Men's VB is a spring sport with D1 and D2 combined.
      I've found stories nearly a year later. You look at the standings and say, "Why isn't team x on there? Then you find out that they changed conferences or dropped the sport.

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      • #18
        The Howard Bison will begin NEC competition during the 2020-21 season in men’s and women’s swimming. In 2021-22, Howard will join the conference in men's and women's soccer, women's lacrosse and women's golf.

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        • #19
          Missouri Western women's lacrosse will compete as an associate member of the GLVC beginning next spring.

          https://gogriffons.com/news/2020/6/2...embership.aspx

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          • #20
            Missouri Western women's lacrosse wasn't listed with the other schools changing affiliate membership because it is a new team for 2020-2021.

            Added and dropped teams. Team plays outside the school's primary conference where indicated. Schools in red made the announcement after March 12.

            Added for 2020-2021
            American International College (M) Volleyball ? — (IND)
            Anderson (M) Lacrosse
            Arkansas Tech (W) Track & Field Outdoor
            Barton College Football — (IND)
            Benedict College (M) Volleyball
            Bloomsburg (W) Golf
            Central State (M) Volleyball
            Concordia-St. Paul (W) Swimming & Diving
            Davenport (M) Swimming & Diving
            Erskine College Football — (IND)
            Fort Valley State (M) Volleyball
            Glenville State College Wrestling
            Kentucky State (M) Volleyball
            Lock Haven (W) Golf
            Mary (M) Golf
            (W) Golf
            Mississippi College (W) Golf
            Missouri Western State (W) Lacrosse — (GLVC)
            Missouri-St. Louis (M) Cross Country
            (W) Cross Country
            (M) Track & Field Indoor
            (W) Track & Field Indoor
            (M) Track & Field Outdoor
            (W) Track & Field Outdoor
            Morehouse College (M) Volleyball
            Paine College (M) Volleyball
            Quincy Bowling
            St. Cloud State (M) Soccer — (IND)
            Shepherd (M) Cross Country
            (W) Cross Country
            Stonehill College (W) Swimming & Diving
            Wayne State College (W) Golf
            West Virginia State (W) Soccer
            Wheeling (M) Golf
            (M) Lacrosse — (GMAC)
            (W) Lacrosse
            (M) Swimming & Diving
            (W) Swimming & Diving
            Young Harris College (W) Volleyball

            Dropped after 2019-202
            Alabama-Huntsville (M) Tennis
            (W) Tennis
            Albany State (M) Cross Country
            (M) Golf
            Fayetteville State (W) Tennis
            Florida Tech Football — (GSC)
            Lincoln (MO) Bowling — (GLVC)
            Mary (M) Soccer — (IND)
            Minnesota-Crookston Football
            Roberts Wesleyan College (M) Golf — (IND)
            (M) Tennis
            (W) Tennis
            Rollins College (M) Cross Country
            (W) Cross Country
            St. Cloud State Football
            (M) Golf
            (W) Golf
            St. Edward's (M) Golf
            (W) Golf
            (M) Soccer
            (M) Tennis
            (W) Tennis
            Seattle Pacific (W) Gymnastics — (Mountain Pacific Sports Federation)
            Sonoma State (M) Tennis — (PWC)
            (W) Tennis — (PWC)
            (W) Water Polo — (Western Water Polo Association)
            Tiffin (M) Swimming & Diving
            (W) Swimming & Diving

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            • #21
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              Allen Yellow Jackets, D'Youville College Saints


              Savannah State to become active DII member

              Savannah State will become the newest member of Division II beginning Sept. 1.

              The Division II Membership Committee made the decision earlier this week in a videoconference after Savannah State successfully completed the two-year reclassification process from Division I to Division II. As an active member, Savannah State will be eligible for all Division II benefits, including the ability to compete in NCAA Division II championships and a vote at the NCAA Convention.

              The Division II membership will total 302 colleges and universities in 2020-21.

              Two schools also were approved to begin the Division II membership process and will enter provisional year one in the fall: Allen and D’Youville. Allen will transition from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, while D’Youville will transition from Division III. Both moves to Division II require at least a three-year membership process.

              Texas-Tyler advanced to provisional year three of the three-year reclassification process from Division III to Division II. Staten Island and Frostburg State, both transitioning from Division III to Division II, advanced to provisional year two of the three-year process.

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              Savannah State: NCAA Grants Savannah State Full Division II Status

              Texas-Tyler: UT Tyler Advances To Final Year Of NCAA Division II Transition

              Frostburg State: NCAA Approves Frostburg For Provisional Year Two

              College of Staten Island: CSI Approved By NCAA For Provisional Year Two In Division II

              Allen: No announcement by the school, nor one that they applied to D2. Still don't officially know what conference they will join.

              D'Youville College: Division II Announcement

              It appears that D'Youville might begin D2 competition in Year 1.
              In the upcoming 2020 season, the Saints will meet new conference challengers including the Daemen Wildcats, Roberts Wesleyan Redhawks, Molloy College Lions, and others. In recent campus communications to current parents and students, D'Youville announced it's restart plan for the campus opening in the fall. The athletic schedule is set to move forward as of this point, although that is subject to change with the monitoring of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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              • #22
                It bewilders me how little coverage there is of Allen's move anywhere.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
                  It bewilders me how little coverage there is of Allen's move anywhere.
                  Little coverage? More like no coverage. The latest news on Allen's website is about wrestling on May 21. The only reason we know anything about them is from the February Membership Committee report and today's announcement by the committee. CSI even did a fun and exciting video just for advancing to Year 2.

                  CSI video

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                  • #24
                    The PBC adds Men's Lacrosse as a championship sport in an announcement on July 9. Alabama-Huntsville, Lander, Montevallo, and Shorter will participate in the inaugural 2021 season. Flagler College will be a new team starting for the 2022 season and Young Harris College also joins in the 2022 season after sitting out the 2021 season.

                    Peach Belt Conference to Add Men's Lacrosse as Championship Sport

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                    • #25
                      D1 Northern Colorado is moving their baseball from the WAC to the Summit in 2021-22. Good move IMO.

                      https://thesummitleague.org/news/202...affiliate.aspx

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                      • #26
                        Makes sense. The Summit needs a sixth team whereas the WAC has plenty, and UNC has more history with NDSU/SDSU/UNO than with anyone in the WAC.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
                          Makes sense. The Summit needs a sixth team whereas the WAC has plenty, and UNC has more history with NDSU/SDSU/UNO than with anyone in the WAC.
                          Yes- I remember talking to UNC baseball players when they came to play at Mankato back in the NCC days.

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                          • #28
                            Maybe a possible opening for a future Northern Colorado move to the Summit and MVFC. Some have said that UNC identifies with the West more than the Plains but they have been in the Big Sky for only 14 years while they were conference mates with UNO and the 4 Dakota schools for 25 years in the NCC. UNC wrestling is with NDSU and SDSU in the Big12 and previously in the Western Wrestling Conference since the schools moved to D1.

                            Updates:

                            Alderson Broaddus is now listed as an affiliate on the GMAC site for Men's Lacrosse. The ECC release about the D'Youville College and College of Staten Island transition to D2 says D'Youville will not appear on ECC schedules in 2020-2021 and will play a D2/D3 mixed schedule.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Tech Boys View Post
                              The ECC release about the D'Youville College and College of Staten Island transition to D2 says D'Youville will not appear on ECC schedules in 2020-2021 and will play a D2/D3 mixed schedule.
                              This is consistent with what Staten Island did last year. Neither the ECC nor the AMCC have D'Youville listed on their sites as a member.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Inkblot View Post
                                This is consistent with what Staten Island did last year. Neither the ECC nor the AMCC have D'Youville listed on their sites as a member.
                                Yeah, schools normally don't start playing a D2 schedule until Year 2. I can recall only three times someone started in Year 1; Northwestern Oklahoma State, Westminster College, and Frostburg State. In the case of the first two, they were denied D2 membership the previous year. Since all three had accepted invitations to their respective conferences for at least 1.5 years, they were already included on the conference schedules.

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