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  • #16
    Originally posted by SCSU O Line View Post
    I could of sworn that during last UNH's home game internet broadcast, one of the announcers was the AD from the University of Bridgeport. He stated that UNH was opening their home 2020 schedule vs. Bowie St on Sept. 5th. I have not been able to confirm this though
    Confirmed https://newhavenchargers.com/sports/.../schedule/2020

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Horror Child View Post
      Chargers hosting Assumption [WK-9] & Bentley [WK-10} Good chance these will be make or break games for all 3 teams

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Horror Child View Post
        That’s a good game for NH to get. BSU’s been real good the last couple seasons. Didn’t schedule any cupcakes in non conference games.

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        • #19
          ESU will host Pace in the season opener on the weekend of September 5th...

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          • #20
            Originally posted by cwfenn View Post

            That’s a good game for NH to get. BSU’s been real good the last couple seasons. Didn’t schedule any cupcakes in non conference games.
            If you discount the Franklin Pierce OOC game.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by NE10Fan View Post

              If you discount the Franklin Pierce OOC game.
              That's out of their hands isn't it? NE-10 should have Franklin Pierce schedule another D-3 team until they get things rolling. I'm sure NH would rather not play them twice.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by BigCatcirca73 View Post

                That's out of their hands isn't it? NE-10 should have Franklin Pierce schedule another D-3 team until they get things rolling. I'm sure NH would rather not play them twice.
                Having FP twice will be quite the strength of schedule drop for NH, but if NH can’t beat St. Anselm it won’t matter anyway. The extra “non league” games are going to continue until the NE10 can get back to 10 teams, which seems unlikely any time soon. It’s likely to become even more difficult since NH looks like they’re going to follow through with their plan to move to Division 1.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by cwfenn View Post

                  Having FP twice will be quite the strength of schedule drop for NH, but if NH can’t beat St. Anselm it won’t matter anyway. The extra “non league” games are going to continue until the NE10 can get back to 10 teams, which seems unlikely any time soon. It’s likely to become even more difficult since NH looks like they’re going to follow through with their plan to move to Division 1.
                  If NH cannot get into the NEC. (Which I have heard) No way do I make that move. CAA for football would be great. America East for all other sports. No thanks.

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                  • #24
                    The CAA has 12 teams in football where the NEC has 8 (9 with Merrimack which is still in the D1 reclassification process till '23). I don't know about the other sports, but they would seem to line up better with the NEC for football by the numbers.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by cwfenn View Post
                      Looks like Franklin Pierce is the only other school with a schedule right now-they play D3 Wesley again and have a home and home with New Haven.
                      Bentley has posted schedule - Opening Thurs. 9-3 @ 6:00 - all other games on Sat -times TBA. West Chester - Assumption [Non- L] - Stonehill - first 3 games

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by ne10nyc View Post

                        If NH cannot get into the NEC. (Which I have heard) No way do I make that move. CAA for football would be great. America East for all other sports. No thanks.
                        I would be a bit surprised if NH couldn't get approval to the NEC provided they make appropriate changes, but then again, the NEC may not want any more schools right now. As NE10Fan said, the CAA has 12 teams and they may also be closed to new schools, particularly re-classifying schools.

                        New Haven may also consider applying for the MAAC for non-football sports - they are geographically more aligned with New York-area schools than other New England schools and they used to be in the same conference with Quinnipiac, who is a MAAC member. Guessing their strategy is to go all-in for the NEC right now since it's probably the easiest conference to make a sales pitch to.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by BigCatcirca73 View Post

                          Bentley has posted schedule - Opening Thurs. 9-3 @ 6:00 - all other games on Sat -times TBA. West Chester - Assumption [Non- L] - Stonehill - first 3 games
                          And they still have 10/24 open to play SR1 opponent Alderson Broaddus which is still listed on D2's open dates page.

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                          • #28
                            St. Anselm is scheduled to play Tiffin in Week 2 when everyone else plays pseudo-non-conference games. This presumably means they have an opening in Week 11.

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