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    I have seen this come up in multiple threads recently so thought I ask if you all know more recent numbers of how many scholarships each program is at now? I think Winona St. is the only team I’ve heard that’s at the full 36 now. Are there more now?

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    Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post
    I have seen this come up in multiple threads recently so thought I ask if you all know more recent numbers of how many scholarships each program is at now? I think Winona St. is the only team I’ve heard that’s at the full 36 now. Are there more now?
    MSU was at 34 and on track to have 36. I wish that we could see how everyone in the league compared.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by laker View Post

      MSU was at 34 and on track to have 36. I wish that we could see how everyone in the league compared.
      That’s good news! Last I heard MSU was at 32.

      I think Wayne is now around 30-32 which can partly explain why they’ve been good so far this season.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by laker View Post

        MSU was at 34 and on track to have 36. I wish that we could see how everyone in the league compared.
        Northern usual shares a mailing of where everyone is at in each sport but I didn't see anything this year (somewhat understandably)

        Where MSU is on track scholarships is absolutely unreal.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by NSU4LIFE View Post

          Northern usual shares a mailing of where everyone is at in each sport but I didn't see anything this year (somewhat understandably)

          Where MSU is on track scholarships is absolutely unreal.
          Pretty sure Northern is at 28. Now that they facilities are complete that is the next focus. At least that was what Josh said before he left.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by NSU4LIFE View Post

            Northern usual shares a mailing of where everyone is at in each sport but I didn't see anything this year (somewhat understandably)

            Where MSU is on track scholarships is absolutely unreal.
            How many is MSU at in track and how does it compare to the others? Sorry I don’t follow track closely.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by laker View Post

              MSU was at 34 and on track to have 36. I wish that we could see how everyone in the league compared.
              MSU is close to the NCAA limit of 36 for football and will be there in the future, that's great news for Mavs nation. Last I heard AU is at 30, but the school uses academic scholarships for those who qualify.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post
                How many is MSU at in track and how does it compare to the others? Sorry I don’t follow track closely.
                Northern and Augie are leaps and bounds ahead of everyone in the "non-major" sports. Last I knew Northern was 4th in nsic in track and had around 20 combined, i believe.

                Of course then you can break down endowed and yearly giving which makes it more of a guessing game

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by vikingfaithful View Post

                  MSU is close to the NCAA limit of 36 for football and will be there in the future, that's great news for Mavs nation. Last I heard AU is at 30, but the school uses academic scholarships for those who qualify.
                  So they use academic scholarships to basically fill in the other “6” correct?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by NSU4LIFE View Post

                    Northern and Augie are leaps and bounds ahead of everyone in the "non-major" sports. Last I knew Northern was 4th in nsic in track and had around 20 combined, i believe.

                    Of course then you can break down endowed and yearly giving which makes it more of a guessing game
                    Didn’t even realize track could have that many scholarships available. Baseball doesn’t even have that many.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post

                      Didn’t even realize track could have that many scholarships available. Baseball doesn’t even have that many.
                      Upon digging, d2 limit is 12.6 for mens and 12.6 for women's but it combines xc and track. So, most you can have combined are 25.2 which is why I felt like my number was way off for bother but just didn't think they could be that far behind. That said, that MSU number is also obviously wrong.

                      https://scholarshipstats.com/ncaalimits

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by NSU4LIFE View Post

                        Upon digging, d2 limit is 12.6 for mens and 12.6 for women's but it combines xc and track. So, most you can have combined are 25.2 which is why I felt like my number was way off for bother but just didn't think they could be that far behind. That said, that MSU number is also obviously wrong.

                        https://scholarshipstats.com/ncaalimits
                        Laker said "on track" to have 36...not that track had 36. I'll take my L

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Twincitiesmav View Post

                          So they use academic scholarships to basically fill in the other “6” correct?
                          Yes.They have to have very good high school grades to qualify for many of those schlarships. I've noted through the years that many recruiting targets are at or near 4.0 students. Some years ago a student who went on to med school chose AU over a preferred walk-on offer from SDSU, because he stated he was basically going to Augustana for free. He turned out to be a average football player.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by NSU4LIFE View Post

                            Laker said "on track" to have 36...not that track had 36. I'll take my L
                            I did give money to both track and cross country, but not quite THAT much..............

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                            • #15
                              I assumed at least half of the NSIC was now at 36

                              Mankato, Northern, Wayne, Upper Iowa, Moorhead, Mary, Minot, Augie, USF

                              That is who I thought was at 36

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