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    Quote Originally Posted by EastFan1 View Post
    Everyone in the CHA gets athletic scholarships except RIT. RIT still has 2 CHA conference tourney titles, an NCAA appearance and they beat Penn State in play-offs 3 out of 5 years.

    Would be interesting to see what RIT could do with 18 scholarships.
    I thought that Penn's inaugural season was 2014-15? If true, how would you explain beating Penn 3 of 5 years? Maybe I am missing something.

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: Let's Take the Next Step

    Quote Originally Posted by Puckdrop14 View Post
    I thought that Penn's inaugural season was 2014-15? If true, how would you explain beating Penn 3 of 5 years? Maybe I am missing something.
    Penn State's first season was 2012/13. Their record against RIT overall is 14-9-3. In the CHA tournament they advanced once against RIT and did not three times. In 2015 they did not play each other in the playoffs. It is possible my math is wrong, however, since I went to Harding (not named after the ignominious President, but for a Governor, or maybe that was Johnson HS).
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: Let's Take the Next Step

    Quote Originally Posted by bluffrinkrat View Post
    Penn State's first season was 2012/13. Their record against RIT overall is 14-9-3. In the CHA tournament they advanced once against RIT and did not three times. In 2015 they did not play each other in the playoffs. It is possible my math is wrong, however, since I went to Harding (not named after the ignominious President, but for a Governor, or maybe that was Johnson HS).
    Box scores from CHA play-offs in 2013, 2014 and 2017.

    http://collegehockeystats.net/1213/boxes/wpsurit1.m02

    http://collegehockeystats.net/1314/boxes/wpsurit1.m01

    http://collegehockeystats.net/1617/boxes/wpsurit1.m02

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: Let's Take the Next Step

    Looks like we're losing Reagan Rust to BU. That seems like a big loss. Wonder what's going on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPowers View Post
    Looks like we're losing Reagan Rust to BU. That seems like a big loss. Wonder what's going on.


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    Better exposure and competition for her playing at BU than at RIT. She's a good two way defenseman and her eyes are set on getting to the next level after college. The way RIT has been these past two seasons it's likely she felt that she couldn't achieve this if she stayed here all four years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ritBLKnORGsuit View Post
    Better exposure and competition for her playing at BU than at RIT. She's a good two way defenseman and her eyes are set on getting to the next level after college. The way RIT has been these past two seasons it's likely she felt that she couldn't achieve this if she stayed here all four years.
    Looks like she's doing what the title of this thread said....she's taking the next step. Great move on her part. She'll have no regrets. Will others follow her lead and transfer to other schools next year? Only time will tell but it wouldn't surprise me one bit.

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: Let's Take the Next Step

    Quote Originally Posted by ritBLKnORGsuit View Post
    Better exposure and competition for her playing at BU than at RIT. She's a good two way defenseman and her eyes are set on getting to the next level after college. The way RIT has been these past two seasons it's likely she felt that she couldn't achieve this if she stayed here all four years.
    lol...are u serious?? "getting to the next level after college"....LOL you're kidding, right? there is no 'next level'...the next level is "get on with your life and do something interesting"... and hopefully productive...which [unfortunately] many,many do not. Last I checked there was no NHL option

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrossCheck View Post
    lol...are u serious?? "getting to the next level after college"....LOL you're kidding, right? there is no 'next level'...the next level is "get on with your life and do something interesting"... and hopefully productive...which [unfortunately] many,many do not. Last I checked there was no NHL option
    I meant the Olympic team not a professional career of hockey.

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