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    Quote Originally Posted by mar7967 View Post
    Me either, but I know Lindenwood played 30 last year (not counting the exhibiton), but played 34 the two years before that. is the 30 game limit new? RIT is a D3 school but plays the full 34 games...
    IIRC, RIT got in before 2010-100 passed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDad16 View Post
    It was mentioned in the "McDonald Out at RIT" thread.

    http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...ald-out-at-RIT
    I know that, I was talking specifically about *this* thread though, which began by talking about thoughts about the other CHA teams next season. And that's a big move that will affect how RIT does this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    IIRC, RIT got in before 2010-100 passed.
    Could you clarify - is 2010-100 a rule that got changed? I can't find anything on a quick google search. It seems like 2010 is a year, and RIT Men were playing up before then, but the women were not. So it could be a Title IX thing too?


    Edit - I looked at the NCAA Div II manual, and it looks like 34 games are allowed. source: http://www.ncaapublications.com/prod...loads/D218.pdf
    17.13.5 Number of Contests.
    17.13.5.1 Maximum Limitations—Institutional. A member institution shall limit its total playing schedule
    with outside competition during the institution’s ice hockey playing season in women’s ice hockey to 34
    contests, except for those contests excluded under Bylaws 17.13.5.4 and 17.13.5.5 and in men’s ice hockey to
    32 contests (games or scrimmages), except for those contests excluded under Bylaws 17.13.5.3, 17.13.5.3.1 and
    17.13.5.5. (Revised: 1/9/96 effective 8/1/96, 4/15/03)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mar7967 View Post
    Could you clarify - is 2010-100 a rule that got changed? I can't find anything on a quick google search. It seems like 2010 is a year, and RIT Men were playing up before then, but the women were not. So it could be a Title IX thing too?


    Edit - I looked at the NCAA Div II manual, and it looks like 34 games are allowed. source: http://www.ncaapublications.com/prod...loads/D218.pdf
    2010-100 was a legislative proposal that killed future playups but allowed a sport in the other sex to venture into the deep end if the other sex was already in D1 prior to the enactment of the legislation

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    2010-100 was a legislative proposal that killed future playups but allowed a sport in the other sex to venture into the deep end if the other sex was already in D1 prior to the enactment of the legislation
    Ahh, understood. But apparently it has no bearing on number of games allowed.
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    Re: 2018-19 Penn State Nittany Lions

    Six Penn State women's hockey players have been named AHCA Division 1 All-American Scholars:

    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/w-...080118aaa.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZedLeppelin View Post
    Six Penn State women's hockey players have been named AHCA Division 1 All-American Scholars:

    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/w-...080118aaa.html
    Footnote: All six so honored are Minnesota girls...congrats to all!
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    Re: 2018-19 Penn State Nittany Lions

    Quote Originally Posted by oggie View Post
    His 2020 class are all his. Bothun was all set to commit to Princeton until he left. Saw her play at NAHA was best goalie there. https://www.mngirlshockeyhub.com/leaders
    She should be the U-18 national team goalie this year. Lead team MN to 2nd place finish 2014 WSI in Bolzano was goalie of tournament. Already compared with Raty who happens to be her goalie trainer.
    Not seeing this Bothun girl you talk about on the roster. Is she hurt? Must of been political I'm sure!

    https://teamusa.usahockey.com/news_article/show/939185

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    Penn State sophomore Natalie Heising has been invited to the 2018 USA Hockey Women's National Festival in Lake Placid:

    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/w-...080318aaa.html

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    Re: 2018-19 Penn State Nittany Lions

    With the 2018-19 schedules being posted now for all of the WCHA, Hockey East, and ECAC, and Penn State and Lindenwood competing to be the last in the country to officially post a schedule, the Penn State schedule looks pretty complete as follows (with four games against Lindenwood to be added somewhere in there). December looks like the obvious place for the Lindenwood games, for a season total of 34 games:

    Sep. 28-29 vs Colgate (at Colgate)
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    Oct. 5-6 vs Merrimack (at Penn State)
    Oct. 12-13 vs Union (at Union)
    Oct. 19-20 vs Providence (at Penn State)
    Oct. 26-27 vs Mercyhurst (at Mercyhurst)
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    Nov. 3-4 vs Syracuse (at Penn State)
    Nov. 16-17 vs RPI (at RPI)
    Nov. 20-21 vs RIT (at Penn State)
    Nov. 30-Dec.1 vs Robert Morris (at Robert Morris)
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    Dec. 30-31 vs Boston University (at Boston University)
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    Jan. 8 vs Cornell (at Penn State)
    Jan. 25-26 vs Syracuse (at Syracuse)
    Jan. 29 vs Princeton (at Princeton)
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    Feb. 8-9 vs Robert Morris (at Penn State)
    Feb. 15-16 vs Mercyhurst (at Penn State)
    Feb. 22-23 vs RIT (at RIT)

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    Re: 2018-19 Penn State Nittany Lions

    Quote Originally Posted by ZedLeppelin View Post
    December looks like the obvious place for the Lindenwood games ...
    There is a gap in January, either 1/11-12, or 1/18-19. It looks like other CHA teams are playing 3/1-2, so I'd expect the second series there.
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    Re: 2018-19 Penn State Nittany Lions

    Penn State has officially posted half a schedule, but it cuts off after December 1, so maybe tomorrow the other half will show up. The exhibition game is September 22 against Ryerson University (out of Toronto).

    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/w-...key-sched.html

    And former Penn State player Jordin Pardoski has left the coaching staff at Elmira to join Brown University as an assistant coach:

    https://brownbears.com/news/2018/8/1...key-staff.aspx

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    Kind of old news by now, but Penn State has officially announced the Jenna Brenneman transfer from Clarkson to Penn State:

    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/w-...082018aaa.html

    It's a bit of a tough read on Brenneman, who played very little at Clarkson and I think only against Brown. However, she does have a solid background from her playing days in Minnesota, so she's certainly talented and will finally get to use it at Penn State, so it's a good move for her. Her two seasons of D-1 hockey have been back-to-back national championships, too, so she brings that to the locker room. I think it's a great move for Brenneman and a great move for Penn State.

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    This is a cool idea from the gurus at Penn State athletics:

    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/w-...ckey-body.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZedLeppelin View Post
    This is a cool idea from the gurus at Penn State athletics:

    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/w-...ckey-body.html
    BU has usually had a double header at Agganis every season since the womenís program started. They have done both the single ticket and seperate tickets, but all menís ticket buyers get a womenís ticket for free. BU regularly has womenís games at Walter Brown at 3 and menís games at Agganis at 7 on Saturdays (they have three this season plus the Agganis doubleheader.

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    Finally, Penn State has released the 2018-19 schedule on their newly-redesigned website:

    https://gopsusports.com/schedule.aspx?path=whockey
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    No news out of Penn State lately, but the first game of the season is 18 days away (September 22, 1:00 PM, against Ryerson University).

    I'll be anxious to see the newcomers:

    Jessica Adolfson (Linkoping, Sweden) is a defenseman on the Swedish national team, after playing on the U-18 team, and also has IIHF experience. That should transition well to the NCAA, and this looks like a good grab for Jeff Kampersal.

    Loli Fidler (Edina, MN) looks like pure gold any way you look at her stats. Back-to-back state champ, MVP of 2017 state tournament, all kinds of points in every season she's played. All-conference, all-state, all-tournament, Minnesota Ms. Hockey semifinalist, etc. She's going to be fun to watch.

    Rene Gangarosa (Rochester, NY) is insane - multiple letterwinner in hockey, lacrosse, tennis, and a junior national champion in judo. I don't think she sleeps. Her stats as a defenseman are impressive, with a ton of points every year, and she's a three-time invitee to the USA Hockey Development Camp. She's going to be a good one.

    Amy Dobson (Hamilton, Ontario) has a lot of PWHL experience, as well as other Canadian league play that I don't really know anything about. Multiple tournament appearances with gold and silver at league, provincial, and national tournaments, and played on Team Ontario in the national tournament and won a silver medal with them.

    Anna Promersberger (Fargo, ND) won three state titles with Shattuck St. Mary's, is a three-time attendee at the USA Hockey National Camp, won a North Dakota state championship, and garnered other conference and state accolades. She looks like a good one to pair with the likes of sophomore Natalie Heising and/or junior Brooke Madsen.

    Izzy Heminger (Dublin, OH) played four years with the Ohio AAA Blue Jackets, and her official Penn State bio doesn't mention it but she also played at NAHA. Her official bio is pretty sparse, so there's not much to go on as far as anticipation, so I'll be curious to see her game in NCAA D-1.

    Jenna Brenneman (Eagan, MN) is the junior goalie transfer from Clarkson, but has very limited NCAA play (three games in two seasons), so it will be fun to see her now that she will finally get serious ice time. Her pre-college bio looks good: Minnesota High School Goalie of the Year, two-time all-state all-star, three-time conference all-star, and two-time attendee at the USA Hockey Development Camp. Her experience winning back-to-back NCAA championships will be a good thing for Penn State on and off the ice.

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    Senior defenseman Kelsey Crow (Minnetonka, MN) will captain the 2018-19 Penn State women's hockey team. There hasn't been an official announcement, but she's shown in a Penn State photo shoot wearing the "C":

    https://twitter.com/PennStateWHKY/st...04936684728320

    She was an obvious choice and a good one. She's not only a smart, solid defenseman, she's also received a bunch of academic accolades in her time at Penn State. She was an alternate captain for her sophomore and junior seasons. Her full Penn State bio is here:

    https://gopsusports.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=5894

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