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    St. Anselm to D-III thoughts

    https://www.uscho.com/2015/08/26/st-a...ion-iii-level/

    Thoughts anyone?

    They would have to give up their spot in the prestigious Open tournament at the end of the year that the D-II schools play in together currently but otherwise I think moving to D-III would be great for them and for the ECAC East. Their games within the conference would finally mean something. I'd like to see all the D-II schools out of that conference frankly. It's ridiculous to have them in a conference when their games are really more like non-conference games anyway.

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    Re: St. Anselm to D-III thoughts

    Quote Originally Posted by shelfit View Post
    https://www.uscho.com/2015/08/26/st-a...ion-iii-level/

    Thoughts anyone?

    They would have to give up their spot in the prestigious Open tournament at the end of the year that the D-II schools play in together currently but otherwise I think moving to D-III would be great for them and for the ECAC East. Their games within the conference would finally mean something. I'd like to see all the D-II schools out of that conference frankly. It's ridiculous to have them in a conference when their games are really more like non-conference games anyway.
    Totally makes sense for them to be D3. The Open tournament is meaningless and their athletes would finally have the chance to play for a post-season title that means something. Coach Matthews has done an admirable job putting together a strong team - only imagine that it will be enhanced by the opportunity to participate in the post-season. And agree about the D1 (Holy Cross) and D2 teams in the ECAC-East - they should break off into their own league.

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