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    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    Not sure I understand how the pairwise has Colby at 1 right now despite the 5-0-0 record...wonder if something is off right now with it.
    I don’t think the PWR is meaningful until the 2nd half of the season. Too small of a sample size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhammond View Post
    I don’t think the PWR is meaningful until the 2nd half of the season. Too small of a sample size.
    Right but I just don’t understand how an 8-0-0 Plattsburgh team with a win over 7-1-0 Norwich was behind 5-0-0 Colby before Platty lost to Middlebury. In what world does that make sense?

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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    Right but I just don’t understand how an 8-0-0 Plattsburgh team with a win over 7-1-0 Norwich was behind 5-0-0 Colby before Platty lost to Middlebury. In what world does that make sense?
    Funny things happen with the RPI metric when there are teams that have only played a few games. I used an RPI-like model when I published computer rankings, and the small sample effects boosted the NESCACs until they had played a variety of opponents. The metric is too insular until there have been more NC games for the NESCACs
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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    Plattsburgh 7 .. Potsdam 0. Final

    A little different than the first game earlier in the season at Maxcy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdwatcher View Post
    Plattsburgh 7 .. Potsdam 0. Final

    A little different than the first game earlier in the season at Maxcy
    McCabe was on fire when Potsdam almost pulled off the upset, not quite so last night. Plattsburgh did very well without their best forward on the ice. Abby Brush, Nicole Unsworth, Ivy Boric and Erin McArdle have been on fire the past few games.

    Norwich also with a blowout win, beating Castleton 5-0. Benoit is the second best defender in points per game in DIII (one could argue she's the top as Keely Rose is the only one ahead of her and she's a D/F) and the Cadets also have 3 freshmen scoring over a point per game. Only Alvernia has more freshmen at over a point per game.

    Bowdoin also drubbed a team, going 7-0 over Anna Maria. It was on the back of a performance that saw them go 2 for 3 on the power play without having to spend a second in the box themselves. Sophomore forward Angelina Joyce increased her season points total by 33% by scoring a goal and 2 assists.

    The only close game last night was Oswego over Cortland 3-2. The Red Dragons twice had a one goal lead over the Lakers but Oswego was able to equalize a second time late in the second and score the game winner 5 minutes into the 3rd period.

    I think the big games to watch this weekend will be at Murray Athletic Center as it's Amherst at Elmira on Saturday and Williams at Elmira on Sunday. The big western games to watch are midweek next week as it's Eau Claire @ Hamline on Tuesday 12/10 and GAC @ River Falls on Wednesday 12/11.
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    Norwich’s balance has been the story so far this season. Conway still leads with 15 points but the seventh best scorer has 9. All four lines have been contributing and they’ve been getting a lot of production from defense. Freshmen class is filled with talent, probably best class they’ve had since the current senior class and maybe one of the best in program history.

    Norwich has also almost split their 3 goalies evenly this season with playing time and they’ve all looked sharp during their turn in net.

    I’m excited for the East-West Classic in about a month when Adrian, Norwich, Plattsburgh and Elmira all get together again at Kreitzberg for their annual midseason measuring stick.

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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    Plattsburgh up 3-0 starting the second. 2019 NEWHL ROY Hanna Rose is making her first appearance of the season.

    Chatham beat Buff State 3-0 earlier. This is the earliest in a season the program has gotten to 5 wins, and the Cougars have been suiting up since 02-03.

    Oswego gave up an early goal but beat Canton 2-1.

    Hamilton beat Morrisville 5-1 on the road, with Giuttari scoring a hat trick.

    Cailey Kozich of UMB scored a hatty of her own in the Beacons' 6-0 win over NEC.

    Conn College up 2-0 on William Smith in the 2nd frame.

    Edit: Plattsburgh with a 5-2 win over Cortland that got ugly with a hit from behind. Red Dragons cut it to 3-2 until they gave up 2 goals during a 5 on 3.

    The Camels finish a 5-0 shutout of William Smith. Trinity with a 6-1 win on Salem State. Scoreless tie for Lake Forest and Trine. Also scoreless is Concordia (MN) at St. Thomas but that's at the first intermission. Norwich and Neumann both up 3-0 in the 2nd over Suffolk and Alvernia respectively.
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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    GAC posted their line chart on IG and I noticed they're only playing one junior and one senior and the rest are underclassmen. Very impressive season so far for such a young roster

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    Amanda Conway breaks Norwich’s all-time goal scoring record with her 94th goal today. Passed Julie Fortier ‘12 for the most all-time. She now sits 9th on the ncaa all-time foals scored list. Next up is Melissa Sheeran, who had 97.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    I think the big games to watch this weekend will be at Murray Athletic Center as it's Amherst at Elmira on Saturday and Williams at Elmira on Sunday. The big western games to watch are midweek next week as it's Eau Claire @ Hamline on Tuesday 12/10 and GAC @ River Falls on Wednesday 12/11.
    Elmira goes 2-0 on the weekend. The Williams game did not disappoint. Great contest. If not for the EA goal late, Elmira would have won all seven of their games this year in a shut-out. This is the first win of the year where a goal was given-up. Williams applied some heavy pressure at the end, and this one went-down to the final seconds. Well-played by both teams.

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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    Norwich alumna Kaycie Anderson with a nice shorty yesterday for the NWHL's CT Whale. She put one past lauded Hamilton alumna Sam Walther for the score.


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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    Hamline beat UW- Eau Claire on Tuesday 3-2.

    UW-River Falls beat Gustavus 3-1 last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3WomensHockey View Post
    Hamline beat UW- Eau Claire on Tuesday 3-2.

    UW-River Falls beat Gustavus 3-1 last night.
    Hard to determine who’s the top dog in the West right now. Seems like there are 4-5 western teams that could be in the running for the western spots in the FF.

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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    Hard to determine who’s the top dog in the West right now. Seems like there are 4-5 western teams that could be in the running for the western spots in the FF.
    It's really hard to see when the link to the D-III Pairwise rankings leads you to the article for the 2014 Laura Hurd Award winner.... C'mon USCHO.... how does that even happen?
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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    Quote Originally Posted by spwood View Post
    It's really hard to see when the link to the D-III Pairwise rankings leads you to the article for the 2014 Laura Hurd Award winner.... C'mon USCHO.... how does that even happen?
    The link is working for me and it ranks the top western teams as Adrian (5), GAC (6), Eau Claire (8) River Falls (9), Hamline (13). But I don't know how much to trust a computer ranking that has Colby as #1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    The link is working for me and it ranks the top western teams as Adrian (5), GAC (6), Eau Claire (8) River Falls (9), Hamline (13). But I don't know how much to trust a computer ranking that has Colby as #1.
    The links work fine on a computer. But if using the USCHO app on a mobile device the links are erratic and are not working properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_TG View Post
    The link is working for me and it ranks the top western teams as Adrian (5), GAC (6), Eau Claire (8) River Falls (9), Hamline (13). But I don't know how much to trust a computer ranking that has Colby as #1.
    Not enough games played for meaningful data. You really need 20 games before it gets reliable.
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    Re: 2019-20 D-III games / scores

    GAC gets their win back with a 3-1 win over River Falls last night. Molly McHugh scored 2 of the 3 goals for Gustavus.

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