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PrezdeJohnson09
06-07-2012, 11:04 AM
Middlebury is atop the Division III world after finally knocking Williams off the top pedestal finally as the Learfield Sports D-III Directors' Cup champion. The NESCAC continues to flex its muscles at the top of this thing every year year with three in the top five and five in the top 16.

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/nacda/sports/directorscup/auto_pdf/2011-12/misc_non_event/june7dIII.pdf?KEY=VLQVYGMSBHYTDAL.20120606231654

Division III and hockey playing schools of interest ranks:

1. Middlebury 1040.75
3. Williams 964.50
4. Amherst 950.75
7. Tufts 724.75
8. St. Thomas (Minn.) 720.25
10. SUNY Cortland 673.50
15. Wisconsin Eau-Claire 605.75
16. Bowdoin 594.00
31. Stevens Point 443.25
36. Skidmore 409.50
39. Gustavus Adolphus 395.75
41. St. Olaf (Minn) 382.50
48. Trinity (Conn.) 326.00
52. Hobart/William Smith (N.Y.) 316
53. St. Norbert 313.50
54. SUNY Geneseo 309.50
65. SUNY Plattsburgh 274.50
69. Wisconsin-River Falls 268.00
79. St. Lawrence 242.50
86. Norwich 223.00
94. Colby 213.50
95. St. Scholastica 213.00
100. Wisconsin-Stout 203.00
104. Western New England 192.00
107. Union 183.50 (sucks their FF app. for hockey doesnt count)
112. Castleton State 175.00
115. RIT 170.00
117. Hamline 168.50
122. Westfield State 161.50
126. Colorado College 157.00
136. Babson 144.50
140. SUNY Oswego 140.00
142. Adrian 139.00
142. Nazareth 139.00
144. Neumann 138.00
147. Buffalo State 131.00
148. Lebanon Valley (RIP :( ) 129.50
163. SUNY Fredonia 113.50
165. Augsburg (Minn.) 110.00
167. Conn. College 109.00
169. Stevenson (See ya soon ;) ) 108.00
170. Southern Maine 104.00
175. Salem State (you don't have to turn on the red light) 100.00
181. UMass-Boston 94.00
184. St. Johns (Minn.) 91.00
185. Bethel (Minn.) 90.50
195. UMass-Dartmouth 77.00
196. Univ. of New England 75.00
213. Brockport 70.50
214. Manhattanville 70.00
222. Hamilton 61.50 (Are they still going to be allowed in the NESCAC??!! Skidmore is waiting in the wings)
224. Elmira 60.00
224. Wentworth 60.00
227. Concordia (Wis.) 58.00
227. Plymouth State 58.00
236. Becker 50.00
236. Clarkson 50.00
236. Nichols 50.00
263. Worcester State 50.00
264. Utica 41.00
272. Framingham State 25.00
272. MSOE 25.00
272. Morrisville 25.00
272. RPI 25.00
272. Salve Regina 25.00
311. Lake Forest 20.00
312. Fitchburg State 15.50

Blugold Hockey
06-07-2012, 11:22 AM
Middlebury is atop the Division III world after finally knocking Williams off the top pedestal finally as the Learfield Sports D-III Directors' Cup champion. The NESCAC continues to flex its muscles at the top of this thing every year year with three in the top five and five in the top 16.

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/nacda/sports/directorscup/auto_pdf/2011-12/misc_non_event/june7dIII.pdf?KEY=VLQVYGMSBHYTDAL.20120606231654

Division III and hockey playing schools of interest ranks:

1. Middlebury 1040.75
3. Williams 964.50
4. Amherst 950.75
7. Tufts 724.75
8. St. Thomas (Minn.) 720.25
10. SUNY Cortland 673.50
15. Wisconsin Eau-Claire 605.75
16. Bowdoin 594.00
31. Stevens Point 443.25
36. Skidmore 409.50
39. Gustavus Adolphus 395.75
41. St. Olaf (Minn) 382.50
48. Trinity (Conn.) 326.00
52. Hobart/William Smith (N.Y.) 316
54. SUNY Geneseo 309.50
65. SUNY Plattsburgh 274.50
69. Wisconsin-River Falls 268.00
79. St. Lawrence 242.50
86. Norwich 223.00
94. Colby 213.50
95. St. Scholastica 213.00
100. Wisconsin-Stout 203.00
104. Western New England 192.00
107. Union 183.50 (sucks their FF app. for hockey doesnt count)
112. Castleton State 175.00
115. RIT 170.00
117. Hamline 168.50
122. Westfield State 161.50
126. Colorado College 157.00
136. Babson 144.50
140. SUNY Oswego 140.00
142. Adrian 139.00
142. Nazareth 139.00
144. Neumann 138.00
147. Buffalo State 131.00
148. Lebanon Valley (RIP :( ) 129.50
163. SUNY Fredonia 113.50
165. Augsburg (Minn.) 110.00
167. Conn. College 109.00
169. Stevenson (See ya soon ;) ) 108.00
170. Southern Maine 104.00
175. Salem State (you don't have to turn on the red light) 100.00
181. UMass-Boston 94.00
184. St. Johns (Minn.) 91.00
185. Bethel (Minn.) 90.50
195. UMass-Dartmouth 77.00
196. Univ. of New England 75.00
213. Brockport 70.50
214. Manhattanville 70.00
222. Hamilton 61.50 (Are they still going to be allowed in the NESCAC??!! Skidmore is waiting in the wings)
224. Elmira 60.00
224. Wentworth 60.00
227. Concordia (Wis.) 58.00
227. Plymouth State 58.00
236. Becker 50.00
236. Clarkson 50.00
236. Nichols 50.00
263. Worcester State 50.00
264. Utica 41.00
272. Framingham State 25.00
272. MSOE 25.00
272. Morrisville 25.00
272. RPI 25.00
272. Salve Regina 25.00
311. Lake Forest 20.00
312. Fitchburg State 15.50


Great job by the Blugolds representing the WIAC (and NCHA for one more year) at 15!

NorthernPike
06-07-2012, 11:44 AM
You must be a WIAC enthusiast. You notably left out the d3 champion, SNC, at #53.



Middlebury is atop the Division III world after finally knocking Williams off the top pedestal finally as the Learfield Sports D-III Directors' Cup champion. The NESCAC continues to flex its muscles at the top of this thing every year year with three in the top five and five in the top 16.

http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/nacda/sports/directorscup/auto_pdf/2011-12/misc_non_event/june7dIII.pdf?KEY=VLQVYGMSBHYTDAL.20120606231654

Division III and hockey playing schools of interest ranks:

1. Middlebury 1040.75
3. Williams 964.50
4. Amherst 950.75
7. Tufts 724.75
8. St. Thomas (Minn.) 720.25
10. SUNY Cortland 673.50
15. Wisconsin Eau-Claire 605.75
16. Bowdoin 594.00
31. Stevens Point 443.25
36. Skidmore 409.50
39. Gustavus Adolphus 395.75
41. St. Olaf (Minn) 382.50
48. Trinity (Conn.) 326.00
52. Hobart/William Smith (N.Y.) 316
54. SUNY Geneseo 309.50
65. SUNY Plattsburgh 274.50
69. Wisconsin-River Falls 268.00
79. St. Lawrence 242.50
86. Norwich 223.00
94. Colby 213.50
95. St. Scholastica 213.00
100. Wisconsin-Stout 203.00
104. Western New England 192.00
107. Union 183.50 (sucks their FF app. for hockey doesnt count)
112. Castleton State 175.00
115. RIT 170.00
117. Hamline 168.50
122. Westfield State 161.50
126. Colorado College 157.00
136. Babson 144.50
140. SUNY Oswego 140.00
142. Adrian 139.00
142. Nazareth 139.00
144. Neumann 138.00
147. Buffalo State 131.00
148. Lebanon Valley (RIP :( ) 129.50
163. SUNY Fredonia 113.50
165. Augsburg (Minn.) 110.00
167. Conn. College 109.00
169. Stevenson (See ya soon ;) ) 108.00
170. Southern Maine 104.00
175. Salem State (you don't have to turn on the red light) 100.00
181. UMass-Boston 94.00
184. St. Johns (Minn.) 91.00
185. Bethel (Minn.) 90.50
195. UMass-Dartmouth 77.00
196. Univ. of New England 75.00
213. Brockport 70.50
214. Manhattanville 70.00
222. Hamilton 61.50 (Are they still going to be allowed in the NESCAC??!! Skidmore is waiting in the wings)
224. Elmira 60.00
224. Wentworth 60.00
227. Concordia (Wis.) 58.00
227. Plymouth State 58.00
236. Becker 50.00
236. Clarkson 50.00
236. Nichols 50.00
263. Worcester State 50.00
264. Utica 41.00
272. Framingham State 25.00
272. MSOE 25.00
272. Morrisville 25.00
272. RPI 25.00
272. Salve Regina 25.00
311. Lake Forest 20.00
312. Fitchburg State 15.50

PrezdeJohnson09
06-07-2012, 12:01 PM
You must be a WIAC enthusiast. You notably left out the d3 champion, SNC, at #53.

Fixed. I starred them on my handwritten copy and then missed them when going through. I assure no slight intended.

:o

puxrex
06-08-2012, 09:45 AM
Interesting that Midd wins the Director's Cup without winning a national championship in any sport this year. The key was sending 13 teams to NCAA tournaments and turning in good performances in the tournaments. This is how Williams has dominated the cup for over a decade. Fewer championships but incredible depth in all sports. This year the traditionally strong Midd men's soccer, men's ice hockey, and men's lacrosse (sports in which the Panthers have won national championships) teams all failed to make the tournament this year. Here are some interesting stats from the Middlebury web site:
•31 NCAA varsity teams
•28 percent of students participate in varsity sports
•Almost 200 athletes compete in more than one varsity sport
•School boasts 31 National Championships since the NESCAC lifted its ban on NCAA play prior to the 1993-94 season. Middlebury had two National Championship teams prior to the ban on "team sports", the '79 & '80 Women's Ski Teams.
So which is better, a couple of national championship trophies for the case or the year-long, overall award?

Well done Panthers