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Savannah St. To Join MEAC

Mar
10
2010
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ssu meac Savannah St. To Join MEAC

It’s been a long time coming for Savannah St. After years without a home, they finally have gotten into the MEAC.

From the MEAC:

“The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) announced today that Savannah State University has been extended provisional membership to the MEAC beginning July 1, 2010, as voted on by the conference’s Council of Chief Executive Officers (CCEO’s).

A press conference is set for 5 p.m. on Friday, March 12, in the post game interview room of the Joel Coliseum. An additional press conference will take place on Wednesday, March 24 in Savannah, Georgia.

“We are pleased to extend membership and welcome Savannah State University to the MEAC family,” said MEAC Commissioner Dennis E. Thomas. “The addition of SSU keeps us in compliance with our long range and strategic plan of adding up to 14 members. Adding SSU to the membership completes the geographical footprint that bridges our South Carolina and Florida institutions.”

Commissioner Thomas added, “I would like to commend Dr. Yarbrough, President, Dr. Flythe, and the entire SSU family for all their hard work as we welcome this outstanding academic institution into the conference.”

As a provisional member, SSU must be in compliance with three (3) stipulations by September 1, 2011 before full membership status into the MEAC is granted. The stipulations include (1) student-athlete scholarships, (2) athletic budget, and (3) staffing.”

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  • Anonymous

    Poor Savannah State. Poor MEAC. There are no winners here.

  • http://live.com Nathan Brice

    Our long national nightmare is done. There will be almost no independent teams left once this happens. The new rules that are being proposed would pretty much eliminate independent teams. I hope that happens.

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