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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 12:11 pm 
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1. ARKANSAS FORT SMITH FROM NJCAA
2. BRIARCLIFFE FROM NJCAA
3. URBANA FROM NAIA
4. ILLINOIS AT SPRINGFIELD FROM NAIA
5. KING COLLEGE OF TN FROM NAIA
6. ST. THOMAS OF FL FROM NAIA
7. NORTHWOOD OF FL FROM NAIA


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 2:17 pm 
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Are these schools coming out of the NAIA ?
(I have no record of them bing in NCAA - Div. III).


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2008 9:54 pm 
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Arkansas-Fort Smith may not be able to crack the stuffed Gulf South, but is far enough West that they could join the Heartland or event the Lonestar Conference.

Briarcliffe should wind up in the Northeast 10 or East Coast Conference in fairly short order.

Urbana and Illinois-Springfield should find a home in one of the Great Lakes Conferences, although they may have to wait for Division I to make some room for them.

King College of Bristol, Tennessee doesn't appear to have a whole lot of options. The Gulf South is very overcrowded, the Peach Belt, South Atlantic and Conference Carolinas probably wouldn't want to take a school in Tennessee, and the SIAC would be a poor institutional fit.

St. Thomas and Northwood seem like locks for the Sunshine State conference, except adding both puts the conference at 11 schools. Distant West Florida probably wouldn't want to join the SSC. The NAIA's Florida Sun Conference is down to six schools once St. Thomas and Northwood leave-do they make a move on Georgia Southwestern and/or Shorter?


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 1:51 pm 
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GA SW is already NCAA II and Shoter is too far north. Add Thomas University of GA, Voorhees College and Southeastern University.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2008 2:00 pm 
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I see the folowing happening:

1. ARKANSAS FORT SMITH FROM NJCAA TO GSC
2. BRIARCLIFFE FROM NJCAA TO CACC
3. URBANA FROM NAIA TO GLIAC
4. ILLINOIS AT SPRINGFIELD FROM NAIA TO GLVC
5. KING COLLEGE OF TN FROM NAIA TO SAC
6. ST. THOMAS OF FL FROM NAIA TO SSC
7. NORTHWOOD OF FL FROM NAIA TO SSC





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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2008 11:01 am 
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ADDING TO THE ABOVE IS NEW DIVISION III SCHOOLS:

INDEPENDENTS:

1. DOANE COLLEGE
2. LANCASTER BIBLE COLLEGE
3. LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY
4. MOUNT MARY COLLEGE
5. SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE BROOKLYN
6. SALEM COLLEGE
7. SPALDING UNIVERSITY
8. UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI CLERMONT COLLEGE
9. UNIVERSITY OF MAINE PRESQUE ISLE

UPPER MIDWEST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

BETHANY LUTHERAN COLLEGE
COLLEGE OF ST. SCHOLASTICA
CROWN COLLEGE
NORTH CENTRAL UNIVERSITY
NORTHLAND COLLEGE
NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE OF MN
PRESENTAION COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MORRIS

MITCHELL COLLEGE TO NECC
COBLESKILL STATE COLEGE TO NEAC
MORRISVILLE STATE COLLEGE TO SUNYAC
PURCHASE COLLEGE OF SUNY TO SKYLINE
FRANCISCAN UNIVERSITY TO AMCC
GENEVA COLLEGE TO PRESIDENT'S ATH. CONF.
MOUNT ALOYSIUS COLLEGE TO AMCC
PENN. STATE UNIVERSITY BERKS TO NEAC
PENN. STATE UNIVERSITY HARRISBURG TO NEAC
LYNDON STATE COLLEGE TO NAC


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:47 pm 
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D-II
2007
UI-Springfield (GLVC)
Lincoln(PA) (CIAA soon)
King (Indy, ConfCarolinas?)
Lake Erie (applied for GLIAC)
St.Thomas(FL) (Indy, SSC?)
Urbana (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf)
UA-Ft.Smith (Indy, LSC? Heartland?, GSC rejected them)
2008
Briarcliffe(NY) (Indy, ECC?)
Ohio Dominican (applied for GLIAC)
CS East Bay (CCAA)
Maryville(MO) (GLVC)
Academy of Art (PWC)
Lambuth (Indy, GSC?)
Dominican(CA) (PWC)
2009
Cumberland(TN) (Indy, GSC?, SAC?)
William Jewell (Indy applied for GLVC)
Walsh (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf., GLIAC?)
Malone (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf., GLIAC?)

Rumors
Mt.Vernon Nazarene, Notre Dame(OH), Cedarville want to join this Ohio Conference. There will be a meeting with the AMEC schools about this in the spring.

Carroll, Simon Fraser, UBC are being looked at by the GNAC for membership.

Also look for some schools in Oklahoma and/or Texas to move to D-II's Heartland Conf. 2 schools are leaving for other confernces putting their membership at 7.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 7:44 pm 
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Update with all the work from F4CF

D-II
2007
UI-Springfield (GLVC)
Lincoln(PA) (CIAA)
King (Indy, ConfCarolinas?)
Lake Erie (applied for GLIAC)
St.Thomas(FL) (Indy, SSC?)
Urbana (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf)
UA-Ft.Smith (Heartland)
2008
Ohio Dominican (applied for GLIAC)
CS East Bay (CCAA)
Maryville(MO) (GLVC)
Academy of Art (PWC)
Lambuth (Indy, GSC?)
Dominican(CA) (PWC)
2009
Cumberland(TN) (Indy, GSC?, SAC?)
William Jewell (Indy applied for GLVC)
Walsh (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf.)
Malone (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf.)
Cedarville (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf.)
Notre Dame(OH) (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf.)
Mt.Vernon Nazarene (Indy, wants to start an Ohio Conf.)
Simon Fraser (Indy, will apply for GNAC)

Note:Briarcliffe(NY) withdrew its D-II application

Rumors:
Menlo looking at D-II and the PWC & GNAC for football
S.Oregon looking at D-II and the GNAC
British Columbia looking at D-II and the GNAC
Lehman looking at D-II
Sioux Falls looking at D-II and the NSIC
Northwood(FL) applied in 2006 but nothing has happened


PS UAFS was never in the NAIA they went from JUCO to D-II

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 7:53 pm 
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D-III

1. DOANE COLLEGE (Staying in the NAIA)
2. LANCASTER BIBLE COLLEGE
3. LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY
4. MOUNT MARY COLLEGE
5. SAINT JOSEPH'S COLLEGE BROOKLYN
6. SALEM COLLEGE
7. SPALDING UNIVERSITY
8. UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI CLERMONT COLLEGE
9. UNIVERSITY OF MAINE PRESQUE ISLE (Staying NAIA)
10.Berry (looking at the GSAC)
11.Covenant (looking at the GSAC)
12.PSU-Abington (looking at the NEAC)

Note: Montreat may also move to D-III

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2009 10:31 pm 
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On the NAIA board they are talking about a big announcement coming out of Carroll(MT) on thursday at 2PM. Which we think is that they are moving to D-II and the GNAC.

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