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  • University of Hartford men's and women's hockey?

    https://www.hartfordbusiness.com/art...the-right-move

    Vermont fan here who saw this article on another forum. Hartford is moving out of DI into DIII and at the bottom of that article the president says the goal is to add men's and women's ice hockey and I thought I'd share it here because that's interesting since they don't officially have a league they are moving to yet.

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    If they're going to do hockey the CCC might be their best primary target. Offerings-wise, the CCC offers every sport U of Hartford currently offers except women's golf (and maybe there's enough CCC women's golf schools who are associate members elsewhere to bring it in-house?). Geographically they'd be the southernmost member of the conference but they're not too far from Nichols, WNEU, Salve and RWU (not a hockey school).

    The big question is which conference has enough members to accept them? CCC looks like they have an even number of ten members so they might not have the appetite for them as full members. Perhaps they can be associate members for hockey if they find a home for the other sports?

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    • #3
      Can some of the sports at Hartford remain DI and the rest move to DIII? I'm not sure of the current rules around this.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MELIN27 View Post
        Can some of the sports at Hartford remain DI and the rest move to DIII? I'm not sure of the current rules around this.
        Absolutely not.

        The entire program must be in one division. They closed the rule which allowed only one sport to play up.
        Russell Jaslow
        [Former] SUNYAC Correspondent
        U.S. College Hockey Online

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Russell Jaslow View Post

          Absolutely not.

          The entire program must be in one division. They closed the rule which allowed only one sport to play up.
          To be fair - with the NCAA essentially re-writing what it is or will be this could very well change in the near future. We may not even recognize the NCAA. But Hartford seems pretty clear, they don't want to spend on DI anymore.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SNHUPenman View Post

            To be fair - with the NCAA essentially re-writing what it is or will be this could very well change in the near future. We may not even recognize the NCAA. But Hartford seems pretty clear, they don't want to spend on DI anymore.
            Are you suggesting that the NCAA is basically dismantling the airplane as they are crashing it?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by UCBadger View Post

              Are you suggesting that the NCAA is basically dismantling the airplane as they are crashing it?
              I think the courts (right or wrong) started the plane down... the NCAA is hilariously powerless to stop it.
              Steve
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              • #8
                Originally posted by UCBadger View Post

                Are you suggesting that the NCAA is basically dismantling the airplane as they are crashing it?
                Merely suggesting the NCAA (or college sports) may not look anything like what we have come accustomed to in the near future. Never before has so much been up in the air.

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