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Naples Rulings

April 29 2009 at 11:41 AM
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With the ruling allowing small team-team trasfers between D2 and D3 teams at a school how will this effect the MACHA and their schools that have multiple teams?

 
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April 29 2009, 1:00 PM 

I'm not sure that it will have too big of an effect, the majority of the 2nd teams in the MACHA are still considered D2. I think KU is the only MACHA team with a D2 and D3 squad.

 
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April 29 2009, 3:00 PM 

There will be a D3 division of the MACHA in 2010-2011 if the ACHA really is allowing movement between D2 and D3 squads. Look for all school in the MACHA that have two teams to go D3.

 
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April 29 2009, 10:27 PM 

This rule was past because MACHA second teams asked for it to facilitate a move to forming a great group of D3 teams. The way has been cleared. 2010 - 2011 will see MACHA with Gold, Silver, and D3

 
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April 29 2009, 10:35 PM 

Right on...I guess I should have went to the meeting haha


 
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