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    2019-20 DIII Recruits

    Here's the list of publicly available commitments I've found so far through various online sources. Please feel free to contribute any you've come across or if you have any corrections. As always, with DIII there are no binding NLIs so anything below can change between now and October. Happy offseason!


    Adrian
    Kaleigh Cadorette-F-Barrington, NH-Boston Shamrocks
    Lindsey Sorrell-F-LaSalle, ON-Southwest Jr Wildcats
    Emily Stemple-F-Saginaw, MI-Honeybaked U19

    Alvernia
    Morgan Moore-D-Niles, MI-Meijer AAA
    Alex Robertson-F-Beverly, MA-Boston Shamrocks

    Amherst
    Jillian Mazzocca-F-West Hartford, CT-Hotchkiss/CT Polar Bears
    Kathryn Pohl-F-Chicago, IL-CYA
    Leslie Schwartz-D-Boston, MA-East Coast Wizards/Rivers

    Augsburg
    Payton Allen-D-Saint Michael, MN-North Wright County

    Aurora
    Autumn Fosmore-G-Cadillac, MI-Meijer AAA
    Katie Robinson-D-Sault Ste Marie, MI-Meijer AAA

    Becker
    Amber Lee-G-Scarborough, ME-Northern Cyclones
    Brandi Lee-F-Scarborough, ME-Northern Cyclones
    Taylor Markstein-F-Longmeadow, MA-Boston Shamrocks

    Bethel
    Lara Trulove-F-Glenwood Springs, CO-Coeur D'Alene

    Bowdoin
    Kathryn Kester-D-New York, NY-Phillips Exeter
    Gretchen Klens-F-Springboro, Ohio-Gilmour Academy
    Meagan Miranda-G-Mendon, MA-Worcester Acadmedy/Mid-Fairfield Stars

    Chatham
    Dena Akers-D-Boca Raton, FL-Boston Shamrocks

    Colby
    Madi Brown-D-Saranac Lake, NY-Northern Cyclones
    Tate Senden-F-Palmer, AK-Shattuck St. Mary's

    Concordia (WI)
    Isabela Noyle-F-Anchorage, AK-Alaska All Stars
    Megan Whitlatch-F-Wasilla, AK-Alaska All Stars

    Connecticut College
    Caroline Keefe-F-Winthrop, MA-Brooks
    Camille Phelan-F-Medfield, MA-Rivers
    Abigail Wieczorek-G-Winnetka, IL-Chicago Mission

    Elmira
    Emma Edgington-F-Salem, NH-Northern Cyclones
    Kelly Millins-F-Elmhurst, IL-Team Illinois
    Holley Riva-F-Lakeville, CT-Berkshire/Mid-Fairfield Stars

    Gustavus Adolphus
    Frannie Gerardi-G-Yonkers, NY-Selects Academy

    Hamilton
    Allison Curry-F-Grasonville, MD-Washington Pride
    Maura Holden-F-Hingham, MA-East Coast Wizards/Williston Northampton
    Abby Kuhns-F-Skaneateles, NY-Loomis Chaffee/Mid-Fairfield Stars
    Tracey Stafford-D-Ridgefield, CT-Choate Rosemary Hall

    Hamline
    Madison Davis-F-Mankato, MN-Mankato East

    Johnson & Wales
    Katarina Diehr-D-Fullerton, CA-Boston Shamrocks
    Sam Lawler-F-Billerica, MA-East Coast Wizards
    Koryn Russell-F-Plainfield, IL-Team Illinois
    Kiya Vincent-D-Famington, MN-Gilmour Academy

    Lake Forest
    Stokli Ashcraft-F-McCall, ID-Coeur D'Alene
    Karya Dean-D-Missoula, MT-Coeur D'Alene
    Kelly McCullough-F-Famington Hills, MI-Little Caesars
    Hannah Turnage-G-White Lake, MI-Belle Tire

    Lebanon Valley
    Allison DiPrato-D-Manchester, CT-East Catholic HS/CT Northern Lights

    Manhattanville
    Lena Flores-G-Chicago, IL-Team Illinois

    Middlebury
    Caroline Cutter-D-Holliston, MA-Brooks
    Mollie Dalbey-F-Silver Spring, MD-Washington Pride
    Audrey Lazar-F-Buffalo, NY-Lawrenceville School
    Inga Van Wieren-D-Lansing, MI-Honeybaked U19
    Claudia Vira-D-High Bridge, NJ-Taft

    Nazareth
    Kateri Heithaus-F-St. Louis, MO-Dallas Stars Elite
    Morgan Leuenberger-D-Freeland, MI-Honeybaked U19
    Rachel Rice-F-Plano, TX-Dallas Stars Elite
    Heather Levy-F-Holland, PA-Philadelphia Elite

    New England College
    Cassandra Vorderbrug-D/F-Coates, NC-Boston Shamrocks

    Nichols
    Kaci Johnson-F-Wayzata, MN-Wayzata
    Katheryn Pettibone-D-Suffield, CT-The Gunnery/CT Northern Lights
    Lauren Rokala-D-Saint Michael, MN-North Wright County

    Norwich
    Julia Masotta-F-Tewksbury, MA-Boston Shamrocks
    Olivia Thrower-F/D-Windham, NH-Northern Cyclones

    Plymouth State
    Chantelle Ross-F-Ottawa, ON-Nepean-Greco

    Salve Regina
    Tori Amaral-F-Manchester, CT-East Catholic HS/CT Northern Lights

    Southern Maine
    Kailey Robert-F-Colchester, VT-Rice Memorial HS

    St. Catherine's
    Emma Moore-D-Grand Rapids, MI-Meijer AAA
    Marie Reimer-F-Rogers, MN-Rogers

    St. Norbert's
    Ava Jaschke-D-Williamston, MI-Meijer AAA
    Gaby Turer-F-Whitefish Bay, WI-Milwaukee Jr. Admirals

    St. Thomas
    Kylie Watts-G-Chugiak, AK-Alaska All Stars

    Stevenson
    Rachel Craig-D-Garnet Valley, PA-Philadelphia Elite

    SUNY Buffalo state
    Emma Simpson-F-Dillsburg, PA-Philadelphia Jr Flyers

    SUNY Canton
    Zoe Brown-F--Rivers

    SUNY Morrisville
    Madalyn Box-D--Little Caesars

    SUNY Oswego
    Morgan Shines-F-Marengo, IL-Chicago Mission

    SUNY Plattsburgh
    Ivy Boric-F-Newport Beach, CA-Anaheim Jr Lady Ducks
    Tatem Cheyney-F-Ottawa, ON-Ottawa Lady 67's AA
    Emma Faso-F-Buffalo, NY-CASH/Buffalo Bisons
    Lilla Nease-G-Lake Forest, CA-Anaheim Jr Lady Ducks
    Kendall Wasik-D-Northville, MI-Honeybaked

    Trinity
    Claudia Capone-D-Foxboro, MA-Williston Northampton
    Mia Fusco-F-Winchester, MA-Lawrence Academy/East Coast Wizards
    Olive Scull-D-Hanover, NH-Kimball Union

    UMass-Boston
    Addie Budington-D-Winnetka, IL-CYA

    Utica
    Morgan Leib-F-Detroit, MI-Little Caesars

    UW-Eau Claire
    Samantha Scherling-F-Rogers, MN-Rogers

    UW-River Falls
    Katie Cooley-G-Colorado Springs, CO-Team Colorado
    Maddie McCollins-F-Wayzata, MN-Wayzata
    Jessica Rubenalt-D-Middleton, WI-Madison Capitols
    Brooke Walters-F-Sartell, MN-Sartell/Sauk Rapids

    UW-Superior
    Cassie McClure-F-Duluth, MN-Duluth

    Wesleyan
    Akari Kubo-F-Grapevine, TX-Dallas Stars Elite
    Rachel Ziff-D-Ashburn, VA-Washington Pride

    William Smith
    Emma Brophy-F-Manchester, MA-Choate Rosemary Hall
    Liza Diffley-D-Old Saybrook, CT-Choate Rosemary Hall/Mid-Fairfield Stars
    Mia LaPlante-F-Framingham, MA-Brooks

    Williams
    Emily Batchelor-F-Sherborn, MA-Phillips Andover
    Paige Galle-D-Cambridge, MA-St. Paul's
    Kelly McCarthy-F-Duxbury, MA-Phillips Andover
    Jillian Parsons-F-Milford, CT-Westminster/Mid-Fairfield Stars
    Kaitlin Shaughnessy-F-Westwood, MA-Rivers
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    Re: 2019-20 DIII Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    Here's the list of publicly available commitments I've found so far through various online sources. Please feel free to contribute any you've come across or if you have any corrections. As always, with DIII there are no binding NLIs so anything below can change between now and October. Happy offseason!


    Adrian
    Kaleigh Cadorette-F-Barrington, NH-Boston Shamrocks
    Lindsey Sorrell-F-LaSalle, ON-Southwest Jr Wildcats
    Emily Stemple-F-Saginaw, MI-Honeybaked U19

    Alvernia
    Morgan Moore-D-Niles, MI-Meijer AAA
    Alex Robertson-F-Beverly, MA-Boston Shamrocks

    Amherst
    Jillian Mazzocca-F-West Hartford, CT-Hotchkiss/CT Polar Bears
    Kathryn Pohl-F-Chicago, IL-CYA
    Leslie Schwartz-D-Boston, MA-East Coast Wizards/Rivers

    Augsburg
    Payton Allen-D-Saint Michael, MN-North Wright County

    Aurora
    Autumn Fosmore-G-Cadillac, MI-Meijer AAA
    Katie Robinson-D-Sault Ste Marie, MI-Meijer AAA

    Becker
    Amber Lee-G-Scarborough, ME-Northern Cyclones
    Brandi Lee-F-Scarborough, ME-Northern Cyclones
    Taylor Markstein-F-Longmeadow, MA-Boston Shamrocks

    Bethel
    Lara Trulove-F-Glenwood Springs, CO-Coeur D'Alene

    Bowdoin
    Kathryn Kester-D-New York, NY-Phillips Exeter
    Gretchen Klens-F-Springboro, Ohio-Gilmour Academy
    Meagan Miranda-G-Mendon, MA-Worcester Acadmedy/Mid-Fairfield Stars

    Chatham
    Dena Akers-D-Boca Raton, FL-Boston Shamrocks

    Colby
    Madi Brown-D-Saranac Lake, NY-Northern Cyclones
    Tate Senden-F-Palmer, AK-Shattuck St. Mary's

    Concordia (WI)
    Isabela Noyle-F-Anchorage, AK-Alaska All Stars
    Megan Whitlatch-F-Wasilla, AK-Alaska All Stars

    Connecticut College
    Caroline Keefe-F-Winthrop, MA-Brooks
    Camille Phelan-F-Medfield, MA-Rivers
    Abigail Wieczorek-G-Winnetka, IL-Chicago Mission

    Elmira
    Emma Edgington-F-Salem, NH-Northern Cyclones
    Kelly Millins-F-Elmhurst, IL-Team Illinois
    Holley Riva-F-Lakeville, CT-Berkshire/Mid-Fairfield Stars

    Gustavus Adolphus
    Frannie Gerardi-G-Yonkers, NY-Selects Academy

    Hamilton
    Allison Curry-F-Grasonville, MD-Washington Pride
    Maura Holden-F-Hingham, MA-East Coast Wizards/Williston Northampton
    Abby Kuhns-F-Skaneateles, NY-Loomis Chaffee/Mid-Fairfield Stars
    Tracey Stafford-D-Ridgefield, CT-Choate Rosemary Hall

    Hamline
    Madison Davis-F-Mankato, MN-Mankato East

    Johnson & Wales
    Katarina Diehr-D-Fullerton, CA-Boston Shamrocks
    Sam Lawler-F-Billerica, MA-East Coast Wizards
    Koryn Russell-F-Plainfield, IL-Team Illinois
    Kiya Vincent-D-Famington, MN-Gilmour Academy

    Lake Forest
    Stokli Ashcraft-F-McCall, ID-Coeur D'Alene
    Karya Dean-D-Missoula, MT-Coeur D'Alene
    Kelly McCullough-F-Famington Hills, MI-Little Caesars
    Hannah Turnage-G-White Lake, MI-Belle Tire

    Lebanon Valley
    Allison DiPrato-D-Manchester, CT-East Catholic HS/CT Northern Lights

    Manhattanville
    Lena Flores-G-Chicago, IL-Team Illinois

    Middlebury
    Caroline Cutter-D-Holliston, MA-Brooks
    Mollie Dalbey-F-Silver Spring, MD-Washington Pride
    Audrey Lazar-F-Buffalo, NY-Lawrenceville School
    Inga Van Wieren-D-Lansing, MI-Honeybaked U19
    Claudia Vira-D-High Bridge, NJ-Taft

    Nazareth
    Kateri Heithaus-F-St. Louis, MO-Dallas Stars Elite
    Morgan Leuenberger-D-Freeland, MI-Honeybaked U19
    Rachel Rice-F-Plano, TX-Dallas Stars Elite
    Heather Levy-F-Holland, PA-Philadelphia Elite

    New England College
    Cassandra Vorderbrug-D/F-Coates, NC-Boston Shamrocks

    Nichols
    Kaci Johnson-F-Wayzata, MN-Wayzata
    Katheryn Pettibone-D-Suffield, CT-The Gunnery/CT Northern Lights
    Lauren Rokala-D-Saint Michael, MN-North Wright County

    Norwich
    Julia Masotta-F-Tewksbury, MA-Boston Shamrocks
    Olivia Thrower-F/D-Windham, NH-Northern Cyclones

    Plymouth State
    Chantelle Ross-F-Ottawa, ON-Nepean-Greco

    Salve Regina
    Tori Amaral-F-Manchester, CT-East Catholic HS/CT Northern Lights

    Southern Maine
    Kailey Robert-F-Colchester, VT-Rice Memorial HS

    St. Catherine's
    Emma Moore-D-Grand Rapids, MI-Meijer AAA
    Marie Reimer-F-Rogers, MN-Rogers

    St. Norbert's
    Ava Jaschke-D-Williamston, MI-Meijer AAA
    Gaby Turer-F-Whitefish Bay, WI-Milwaukee Jr. Admirals

    St. Thomas
    Kylie Watts-G-Chugiak, AK-Alaska All Stars

    Stevenson
    Rachel Craig-D-Garnet Valley, PA-Philadelphia Elite

    SUNY Buffalo state
    Emma Simpson-F-Dillsburg, PA-Philadelphia Jr Flyers

    SUNY Canton
    Zoe Brown-F--Rivers

    SUNY Morrisville
    Madalyn Box-D--Little Caesars

    SUNY Oswego
    Morgan Shines-F-Marengo, IL-Chicago Mission

    SUNY Plattsburgh
    Ivy Boric-F-Newport Beach, CA-Anaheim Jr Lady Ducks
    Tatem Cheyney-F-Ottawa, ON-Ottawa Lady 67's AA
    Emma Faso-F-Buffalo, NY-CASH/Buffalo Bisons
    Lilla Nease-G-Lake Forest, CA-Anaheim Jr Lady Ducks
    Kendall Wasik-D-Northville, MI-Honeybaked

    Trinity
    Claudia Capone-D-Foxboro, MA-Williston Northampton
    Mia Fusco-F-Winchester, MA-Lawrence Academy/East Coast Wizards
    Olive Scull-D-Hanover, NH-Kimball Union

    UMass-Boston
    Addie Budington-D-Winnetka, IL-CYA

    Utica
    Morgan Leib-F-Detroit, MI-Little Caesars

    UW-Eau Claire
    Samantha Scherling-F-Rogers, MN-Rogers

    UW-River Falls
    Katie Cooley-G-Colorado Springs, CO-Team Colorado
    Maddie McCollins-F-Wayzata, MN-Wayzata
    Jessica Rubenalt-D-Middleton, WI-Madison Capitols
    Brooke Walters-F-Sartell, MN-Sartell/Sauk Rapids

    UW-Superior
    Cassie McClure-F-Duluth, MN-Duluth

    Wesleyan
    Akari Kubo-F-Grapevine, TX-Dallas Stars Elite
    Rachel Ziff-D-Ashburn, VA-Washington Pride

    William Smith
    Emma Brophy-F-Manchester, MA-Choate Rosemary Hall
    Liza Diffley-D-Old Saybrook, CT-Choate Rosemary Hall/Mid-Fairfield Stars
    Mia LaPlante-F-Framingham, MA-Brooks

    Williams
    Emily Batchelor-F-Sherborn, MA-Phillips Andover
    Paige Galle-D-Cambridge, MA-St. Paul's
    Kelly McCarthy-F-Duxbury, MA-Phillips Andover
    Jillian Parsons-F-Milford, CT-Westminster/Mid-Fairfield Stars
    Kaitlin Shaughnessy-F-Westwood, MA-Rivers
    Only three Canucks in the whole bunch....kinda sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeymoreHockey View Post
    Only three Canucks in the whole bunch....kinda sad!
    Provincial championship in Ontario doesnít happen for another two weeks. The list may change a little after then.

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    Re: 2019-20 DIII Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by SeymoreHockey View Post
    Only three Canucks in the whole bunch....kinda sad!
    Quote Originally Posted by GTOWN View Post
    Provincial championship in Ontario doesnít happen for another two weeks. The list may change a little after then.
    The exchange rate is slightly worse than it was last year. USports continues to grow. Girls/womens programs in the US continue to grow. There were 3 Canadians at the semifinals, all of them playing for Adrian. 8 more if you include the rosters of the earlier rounds (4 on Norwich, 3 on Williams and 1 on UW-RF).


    I don't think it's ever going back to what it was like in the aughties when your daughter and many of her fellow Canadians came down and made up significant portions of DIII rosters. I'm hoping the opportunities for Canadian women to play at the collegiate level in Canada increase as the opportunity in the US has been decreasing. But there are more teams now in both countries and certainly there are teams in NCAA DIII with empty roster spots (see Wilkes). I think the exchange rate will have to come back to even for it to ever come back up on the US side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    The exchange rate is slightly worse than it was last year. USports continues to grow. Girls/womens programs in the US continue to grow. There were 3 Canadians at the semifinals, all of them playing for Adrian. 8 more if you include the rosters of the earlier rounds (4 on Norwich, 3 on Williams and 1 on UW-RF).


    I don't think it's ever going back to what it was like in the aughties when your daughter and many of her fellow Canadians came down and made up significant portions of DIII rosters. I'm hoping the opportunities for Canadian women to play at the collegiate level in Canada increase as the opportunity in the US has been decreasing. But there are more teams now in both countries and certainly there are teams in NCAA DIII with empty roster spots (see Wilkes). I think the exchange rate will have to come back to even for it to ever come back up on the US side.
    I agree with you with one exception, I'm hearing from more DIII coaches that maybe the pendulum has swung too far. They are looking to admissions to help them a little more to entice a few more Canadians over the next couple of years. When my daughter committed (she's finishing up her junior year) the going rate for tuition/room/board was between $21-$23k at most schools (thank God she had good marks!). In the last 2 years that has crept up to $25-$27k.

    Now coaches are trying to get that back down to $21-$23k. It may not open the floodgates, but if the exchange stays roughly where it is, it may entice a few more Canadian families to consider DIII.

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    Re: 2019-20 DIII Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by GTOWN View Post
    I agree with you with one exception, I'm hearing from more DIII coaches that maybe the pendulum has swung too far. They are looking to admissions to help them a little more to entice a few more Canadians over the next couple of years. When my daughter committed (she's finishing up her junior year) the going rate for tuition/room/board was between $21-$23k at most schools (thank God she had good marks!). In the last 2 years that has crept up to $25-$27k.

    Now coaches are trying to get that back down to $21-$23k. It may not open the floodgates, but if the exchange stays roughly where it is, it may entice a few more Canadian families to consider DIII.
    Some of that is certainly trying to find the right price point on cost. Higher education in the US, especially in the Northeast/New England right now is really struggling. There have been at least 10 schools that have already closed or will be closing in 2018-19 due to not being able to stay viable. Now, you shouldn't see that effect too many of the hockey schools since hockey generally is a pretty expensive sport and not something a struggling institution will take on or operate. Daniel Webster being the outlier so far...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    Some of that is certainly trying to find the right price point on cost. Higher education in the US, especially in the Northeast/New England right now is really struggling. There have been at least 10 schools that have already closed or will be closing in 2018-19 due to not being able to stay viable. Now, you shouldn't see that effect too many of the hockey schools since hockey generally is a pretty expensive sport and not something a struggling institution will take on or operate. Daniel Webster being the outlier so far...
    In the northeast I know that Mt. Ida, Newbury, Green Mountain and Southern Vermont all closed and Lyndon State and Johnson State merged into Northern Vermont University. Vermont in particular seems to have been hit pretty hard. Any more than that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    In the northeast I know that Mt. Ida, Newbury, Green Mountain and Southern Vermont all closed and Lyndon State and Johnson State merged into Northern Vermont University. Vermont in particular seems to have been hit pretty hard. Any more than that?
    St. Joseph's College (Vermont)
    Burlington College
    Atlantic Union (Boston)
    Goddard College and Hampshire College are on life support and could announce any day.

    So I guess that only makes nine. Sorry overstepped by one. But it wouldn't surprise if we see another couple announce in the next month. The Mount Ida one came out of no where last year.

    But also I was including Lyndon and Johnson kind of combining, so that would effectively make 10.
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    Re: 2019-20 DIII Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    St. Joseph's College (Vermont)
    Burlington College
    Atlantic Union (Boston)
    Goddard College and Hampshire College are on life support and could announce any day.

    So I guess that only makes nine. Sorry overstepped by one. But it wouldn't surprise if we see another couple announce in the next month. The Mount Ida one came out of no where last year.

    But also I was including Lyndon and Johnson kind of combining, so that would effectively make 10.
    5 closures and a merger in Vermont. Seems very disproportionate...I loved visiting VT when I was a Plattsburgh student and I am saddened for the state. Hopefully they can stabilize.
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    Re: 2019-20 DIII Recruits

    On the AHCA job board, WNEC has an opening for a women's head coach for play in the 2020 season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    On the AHCA job board, WNEC has an opening for a women's head coach for play in the 2020 season.
    They would likely be joining the CHC. One more team to keeping their autobid

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    On the AHCA job board, WNEC has an opening for a women's head coach for play in the 2020 season.
    I had heard rumblings. Guess that pretty much makes it official.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    I had heard rumblings. Guess that pretty much makes it official.
    So based on the AHCA board the current HC openings are Buffalo State, St. Olaf and a 20-21 debuting Western New England. Any others?

    EDIT: Also, with the departure of Canton and Morrisville and the presumption that the WNEU joins the Colonial, does the CHC become the Commonwealth Women since every team in the conference is a permanent member of the Commonwealth Coast Conference plus Becker which is an associate of the CCC for Men's Hockey (and Football)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    5 closures and a merger in Vermont. Seems very disproportionate...I loved visiting VT when I was a Plattsburgh student and I am saddened for the state. Hopefully they can stabilize.
    Iíve seen a few reports that the state of Vermont spends less per student than any other state so the schools are much more tuition driven. If you canít run a tight ship under those conditions you are in trouble.

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    Re: 2019-20 DIII Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    The exchange rate is slightly worse than it was last year. USports continues to grow. Girls/womens programs in the US continue to grow. There were 3 Canadians at the semifinals, all of them playing for Adrian. 8 more if you include the rosters of the earlier rounds (4 on Norwich, 3 on Williams and 1 on UW-RF).


    I don't think it's ever going back to what it was like in the aughties when your daughter and many of her fellow Canadians came down and made up significant portions of DIII rosters. I'm hoping the opportunities for Canadian women to play at the collegiate level in Canada increase as the opportunity in the US has been decreasing. But there are more teams now in both countries and certainly there are teams in NCAA DIII with empty roster spots (see Wilkes). I think the exchange rate will have to come back to even for it to ever come back up on the US side.
    In addition to the exchange rate, Canadian universities are now offering scholarships. Personally, if there were scholarships back in the day, my D would have attended Western. I was looking at the education quality; unfortunately, she was looking for a good team. Guess who won! (And it worked out pretty good in the end!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    ...But also I was including Lyndon and Johnson kind of combining, so that would effectively make 10.
    If Lyndon and Johnson combined with Bates, would we get Lyndon Bates Johnson?

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    Re: 2019-20 DIII Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by SeymoreHockey View Post
    In addition to the exchange rate, Canadian universities are now offering scholarships. Personally, if there were scholarships back in the day, my D would have attended Western. I was looking at the education quality; unfortunately, she was looking for a good team. Guess who won! (And it worked out pretty good in the end!)
    Is that still the case? I remember reading that it was a 5 year pilot project. If memory serves those 5 years are up for the 2019-2020 season. I haven't seen anything saying they extended the pilot.

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    Re: 2019-20 DIII Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by SeymoreHockey View Post
    Only three Canucks in the whole bunch....kinda sad!
    Right. That's 3 too many, I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    They would likely be joining the CHC. One more team to keeping their autobid
    Anna Maria even though they're a GNAC school??

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    Anna Maria even though they're a GNAC school??
    I thought Anna Maria had applied to the NEHC?

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