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    I was just using her as an example of a successful D3 assistant who might be looking to have their own program.
    Kevin Houle is (or will turn) 54 this year. I wonder how long he plans to keep coaching. He's been coaching in Plattsburgh since 1989 (he's about to hit 30 years...). If he does have a retirement date in mind, I would hope Blanchard would have that information as a possible replacement for him. I haven't heard any rumors about Coach Houle, just mentioning it...
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    Re: D3 18-19 season

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    Northland will be going to the WIAC
    The WIAC could find themselves with an auto bid if a couple of more things happen. The WIAC will now have 5 teams on the women's side. If St. Thomas is out of the MIAC and finds another DIII home, would they be eligible to be an associate member of the WIAC for hockey? If they could pull that off, that's six. Then you have Finlandia, a member of the NCHA in hockey but is a member of the WIAC for baseball. They could join them for hockey as the 7th team if both WIAC and Finlandia agree to it. The longest trip would be St. Thomas to Finlandia, which is still a shorter trip on the TES than Plattsburgh to Buffalo State.

    If the above somehow happens (a lot of hurdles) and the CHC/CCC Women can get a 7th member they could eventually have every conference with an autobid. Except the MAC, which is a conference within a conference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spwood View Post
    Kevin Houle is (or will turn) 54 this year. I wonder how long he plans to keep coaching. He's been coaching in Plattsburgh since 1989 (he's about to hit 30 years...). If he does have a retirement date in mind, I would hope Blanchard would have that information as a possible replacement for him. I haven't heard any rumors about Coach Houle, just mentioning it...
    In my (admittedly outsider) view, if she doesn’t apply for this, it’s a clear sign she is waiting to take over the Cardinals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spwood View Post
    Kevin Houle is (or will turn) 54 this year. I wonder how long he plans to keep coaching. He's been coaching in Plattsburgh since 1989 (he's about to hit 30 years...). If he does have a retirement date in mind, I would hope Blanchard would have that information as a possible replacement for him. I haven't heard any rumors about Coach Houle, just mentioning it...

    On behalf of all us that are 54.... he’s still young!

    He’s won a whole bunch of national championships and it’s well documented that he’s at the top of the heap in DIII compensation.

    Unless he gets a great DI opportunity I can’t see him leaving anytime soon.

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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Quote Originally Posted by GTOWN View Post
    On behalf of all us that are 54.... he’s still young!

    He’s won a whole bunch of national championships and it’s well documented that he’s at the top of the heap in DIII compensation.

    Unless he gets a great DI opportunity I can’t see him leaving anytime soon.
    I definitely wasn't implying he was old, but I believe 55 / 30 years would make him eligible for his New York State retirement, if he were so inclined. I have absolutely no inside information, just know this milestone is coming up for Coach Houle. I know I'm not advocating any changes for the women's team at this point!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTOWN View Post
    On behalf of all us that are 54.... he’s still young!

    He’s won a whole bunch of national championships and it’s well documented that he’s at the top of the heap in DIII compensation.

    Unless he gets a great DI opportunity I can’t see him leaving anytime soon.
    You know there are Youth AAA coaches making over $100K?
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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    You know there a Youth AAA coaches making over $100K?
    Unfortunately I know. Some coaches are double and triple dipping by coaching / assistant coaching on multiple teams

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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    2018-19 All-USCHO teams are out:

    First Team
    F: Bre Simon — Hamline
    F: Annie Katonka — Plattsburgh
    F: Amanda Conway – Norwich
    D: Holly Turnbull — Wisconsin-Eau Claire
    D: Meg Lahey — Elmira
    G: Kenzie Torpy — St. Thomas

    Second Team
    F: Courtney Wittig — Wisconsin-Eau Claire
    F: Katie Granato — Elmira
    F: Leah Schwartzman — Hamline
    D: Kelly O’Sullivan – Adrian
    D: Samantha Benoit — Norwich
    G: Kassi Abbott — Plattsburgh

    Third Team
    F: Rachel Anderson — St. Scholastica
    F: Courtney Moriarty — Plattsburgh
    F: Gina Scibetta — William Smith
    D: Hannah Kiraly — Plattsburgh
    D: Nikki Nightengale — Augsburg
    G: Jacque Rogers — Lake Forest

    Rookie
    F: Molly Garin — Hamline
    F: Hailey Redders — Nazareth
    F: Eliza Beaudin — Elmira
    D: Stephanie Kubis — Nazareth
    D: Sierra Benjamin — Plattsburgh
    G: Denisa Jandová – Adrian


    I agree with most of this. My only quibbles:

    1) Sierra Benjamin on the Rookie squad over Hanna Rose who was the NEWHL Rookie of the Year.

    2) I would have put Keeley Rose on the Rookie squad if we're going with multiple Naz players. I think she would have beat out Redders for points if she hadn't been moved to defensemen at the end of January.
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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    The WIAC could find themselves with an auto bid if a couple of more things happen. The WIAC will now have 5 teams on the women's side. If St. Thomas is out of the MIAC and finds another DIII home, would they be eligible to be an associate member of the WIAC for hockey? If they could pull that off, that's six. Then you have Finlandia, a member of the NCHA in hockey but is a member of the WIAC for baseball. They could join them for hockey as the 7th team if both WIAC and Finlandia agree to it. The longest trip would be St. Thomas to Finlandia, which is still a shorter trip on the TES than Plattsburgh to Buffalo State.

    If the above somehow happens (a lot of hurdles) and the CHC/CCC Women can get a 7th member they could eventually have every conference with an autobid. Except the MAC, which is a conference within a conference.
    Just do it now with St Scholastica and Finlandia. I'm sure those teams would love to get rid of Adrian, Lake Forest, Trine and Aurora trips.
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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    2018-19 All-USCHO teams are out:

    First Team
    F: Bre Simon — Hamline
    F: Annie Katonka — Plattsburgh
    F: Amanda Conway – Norwich
    D: Holly Turnbull — Wisconsin-Eau Claire
    D: Meg Lahey — Elmira
    G: Kenzie Torpy — St. Thomas

    Second Team
    F: Courtney Wittig — Wisconsin-Eau Claire
    F: Katie Granato — Elmira
    F: Leah Schwartzman — Hamline
    D: Kelly O’Sullivan – Adrian
    D: Samantha Benoit — Norwich
    G: Kassi Abbott — Plattsburgh

    Third Team
    F: Rachel Anderson — St. Scholastica
    F: Courtney Moriarty — Plattsburgh
    F: Gina Scibetta — William Smith
    D: Hannah Kiraly — Plattsburgh
    D: Nikki Nightengale — Augsburg
    G: Jacque Rogers — Lake Forest

    Rookie
    F: Molly Garin — Hamline
    F: Hailey Redders — Nazareth
    F: Eliza Beaudin — Elmira
    D: Stephanie Kubis — Nazareth
    D: Sierra Benjamin — Plattsburgh
    G: Denisa Jandová – Adrian


    I agree with most of this. My only quibbles:

    1) Sierra Benjamin on the Rookie squad over Hanna Rose who was the NEWHL Rookie of the Year.

    2) I would have put Keeley Rose on the Rookie squad if we're going with multiple Naz players. I think she would have beat out Redders for points if she hadn't been moved to defensemen at the end of January.

    LOL. Seriously, not ONE nescac player good enough to make any of these teams? Now that's funny

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    The nescac is heading in the wrong direction. It was a nice run

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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    The vote to amend the MIAC bylaws is today. Does anyone know if the results will be announced publicly? And which school is behind this and presumably trying to whip 9 votes to kick the Tommies out?
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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Latest info in this article that appeared in today's Star Tribune:

    Does St. Thomas have a future in the MIAC?
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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    The vote to amend the MIAC bylaws is today. Does anyone know if the results will be announced publicly? And which school is behind this and presumably trying to whip 9 votes to kick the Tommies out?
    There's a lot more discussion about this in the men's D3 thread...but appears no vote was taken, and they tabled it for a future meeting. I'm guessing that means the schools who want St Thomas out haven't gotten the votes yet. On the men's thread it was reported that Augsburg (ST Football beat 73-14), Hamline (62-0), St. Olaf (60-0) and Carleton (68-0) are behind the push and are threatening to pull their terrible football teams if the other MIAC schools don't get rid of St Thomas, which would leave the MIAC football conference without enough teams. Seems like a bunch of whiners upset that they suck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gojackets View Post
    There's a lot more discussion about this in the men's D3 thread...but appears no vote was taken, and they tabled it for a future meeting. I'm guessing that means the schools who want St Thomas out haven't gotten the votes yet. On the men's thread it was reported that Augsburg (ST Football beat 73-14), Hamline (62-0), St. Olaf (60-0) and Carleton (68-0) are behind the push and are threatening to pull their terrible football teams if the other MIAC schools don't get rid of St Thomas, which would leave the MIAC football conference without enough teams. Seems like a bunch of whiners upset that they suck.
    I ended up seeing student media at St Thomas reporting before the meeting that the vote was always meant to be in May, with today just being a chance to discuss it. They also reported that St Thomas wouldn’t need to leave until 2021, and Macalester (who pulled their football team from the conference in protest against St Thomas’ dominance) would rejoin if St Thomas is kicked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gojackets View Post
    There's a lot more discussion about this in the men's D3 thread...but appears no vote was taken, and they tabled it for a future meeting. I'm guessing that means the schools who want St Thomas out haven't gotten the votes yet. On the men's thread it was reported that Augsburg (ST Football beat 73-14), Hamline (62-0), St. Olaf (60-0) and Carleton (68-0) are behind the push and are threatening to pull their terrible football teams if the other MIAC schools don't get rid of St Thomas, which would leave the MIAC football conference without enough teams. Seems like a bunch of whiners upset that they suck.
    Back in the 70s Plattsburgh had football. In 1978 I went to a game against Cortland. By halftime Cortland lead 67-0. Needless to say, 1978 was the last season for Plattsburgh State football.

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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Nice article on Hamline's coach Natalie Darwitz.

    Natalie Darwitz shining anew as Hamline's coach
    https://www.startribune.com/natalie-d...ach/508971812/
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    Quote Originally Posted by CARDS_rule_the_Burgh View Post
    I ended up seeing student media at St Thomas reporting before the meeting that the vote was always meant to be in May, with today just being a chance to discuss it. They also reported that St Thomas wouldn’t need to leave until 2021, and Macalester (who pulled their football team from the conference in protest against St Thomas’ dominance) would rejoin if St Thomas is kicked out.
    Do these teams think that they will suddenly stop sucking at football if St Thomas isn't in the conference?
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