Other NESCAC schools “played” but Middlebury (for example) played 8 games with 15 players on roster. They played Amherst, Williams and cant recall for 2 games each. Zero winter sports for those schools.
I’m not sure if the original poster’s intent, but this list can be used for two things that I can think of: Who has a lot of players with TWO years of additional eligibility. (Helpful to note which schools have graduate programs in this case) and which schools are more likely to shut down sports. (I really hope Covid was a once in a lifetime phenomenon but it might give some parents pause-not debating validity or not)
My intent / initial thought was actually this: each of these schools is now starting fall ball with a bunch of players who potentially have not been on the field in 2 years, especially in HA D3 world. Their coaches are now trying to figure out what kind of hand they've been dealt and have to play.
Thanks for the correction. A D2 in Long Island and 2 JUCOs in OH.
CCC was 12-43 in 2019. NYIT was 37-16 in 2019 and was previously Independent (no conference) for a few years. Sinclair was 51-10 in 2019 but the program has only been in existence for 3 years before Covid cancelled 2019 season. I'm not sure if these are great rock solid programs to use as exception examples. Possibly there are other reasons leading to this decision.
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