Love it, got lucky. Watch out for Maine this year. Lol.
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So....if they are playing DI..in the NEWHA division, there will be 6 teams in 2019-20. would that make this league eligible for an auto-bid to the NCAA? less room for mistakes (BC) in the league tourney.
Um I sure would lol
Is there that much difference in cost flying to Minnesota versus flying to Arizona? Especially if you're on a charter.
I would imagine you would see a lot of schools pair up to fly out there, especially if you could get a second school in the area (UA) to start a program. It would definitely work.
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The issue would be that no one can get to Tempe without flying. Most teams are only looking to fill 5-6 games, max, with teams that can't bus. An Arizona State team would need to do this for their whole schedule, as well as flying to every game they play. Not only would there own travel be a lot more expensive, I'd bet that they'd have to do what the Alaska schools do on the men's side, and cover some of their visiting opponents' travel costs in order to have a full schedule.
[QUOTE=MAHOCKEY FAN;6696481]So....if they are playing DI..in the NEWHA division, there will be 6 teams in 2019-20. would that make this league eligible for an auto-bid to the NCAA? less room for mistakes (BC) in the future
I donít look so stupid now...
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