NCAA New Div II “North Atlantic-64”


Appendix E for article: “NCAA Div II Needs Five 64-Team Leagues,” posted 3-7-12 at jeffbrinckman.wordpress.com. The new Div. II “North Atlantic-64” would have six sub-conferences:

(Enrollment, Name, City, Current Conference)

UPPER IVY (10 private teams/7 states) (6 mc, 4 hc)
8,649–Brown, Rhode Island (Ivy) mc
7,592–Princeton, New Jersey (Ivy) mc
6,974–Lehigh, Pennsylvania (P-L-I) mc
6,141–Dartmouth, New Hampshire (Ivy) mc
5,601–U of Rochester, New York (Lib-III) hc
5,327–Brandies, Massachusetts (UAA-III) hc
5,138–Tufts, Massachusetts (NESCA-III) mc
4,478–Johns Hopkins, Maryland (CeC-III) mc
3,869–Worcester Tech, Mass (NEWM-III) hc
3,650–Bucknell, Pennsylvania (P-L-I) hc

NEW ENGLAND NORTH (10 private teams/1 state)
5,497–Bentley, Mass (NE-10-II)
5,062–Springfield, Mass (NEWM-III)
4,912–Simmons, Mass (Gt-NE-III)
3,800–Emerson, Mass (Gt-NE-III)
3,728–Wentworth Tech, Mass (CCC-III)
3,490–Southern New Hampshire (NE-10-II)
3,200–Babson, Massachusetts (NEWM-III)
3,198–Endicott, Massachusetts (CCC-III)
3,182–Curry, Massachusetts (CCC-III)
3,177–American International, MA (NE-10-II)

NEW ENGLAND SOUTH (9 private teams/3 states)
8,520–Quinnipiac, Connecticut (NE-I)
7,366–Hartford, Connecticut (Am-E)
6,938–Sacred Heart, Connecticut (NE-I)
5,100–Fairfield, Connecticut (M-At-I)
5,082–Bryant, Rhode Island (NE-I)
4,590–Roger Williams, Rhode Is. (CCC-III)
4,585–Providence College, Rhode Is. (Big-E)
4,391–U of New Haven, Conn. (NE-10-II)
4,018–U of Bridgeport, Conn. (ECC-II)

NEW YORK CONFERENCE (10 private teams/1 state)
6,115–Marist, New York (M-At-I/PioF-I)
6,098–Ithaca, New York (Emp.-III)
3,533–Molloy, New York (ECC-II)
4,708–Canisius, New York (M-At-I)
4,648–Iona, New York (M-At-I)
4,514–Polytech of New York (Sky-L-III)
3,925–Medaille, New York (A-Mt-III)
3,746–Niagara, New York (M-At-I)
3,140–Nazareth, New York (Emp.-III)
3,116–St. Rose, New York (NE-10-II)

PENN-CENTRAL (10 private teams/1 state)
7,900–St. Joseph’s, Pennsylvania (Atl.-10-I)
6,454–Widener, Pennsylvania (Mid-AC-III)
6,176–LaSalle, Pennsylvania (Atl-10-I)
5,367–York College, Penn. (Cap-A-III)
5,160–Scranton, Pennsylvania (LD-M-III)
5,136–Wilkes, Pennsylvania (Mid-A-F-III)
4,235–Eastern, Pennsylvania (Mid-A-F-III)
4,078–Arcadia, Pennsylvania (MID-AC-III)
3,500–Philadelphia U, Penn. (C-Atl.-II)
3,199–De Sales, Pennsylvania (Mid-A-F-III)

ATLANTIC CENTRAL (15 private teams/3 states)
New York City—Long Island (8 teams/1 state)
8,928–Pace U, NYC (NE-10-II)
8,472–Long Island-Post, New York (ECC-II)
8,110–Adelphi, New York (NE-10-II)
7,000–Dowling, NY (ECC-II)
6,800–New Rochelle, NYC (Ind.-III)
5,431–Rensselaer Tech, NYC (Lib-III)
4,853–St. Joseph’s, NYC (Ind-/Sky-L-III)
3,500–Manhattan, Riverdale NY (M-At-I)
New Jersey–Maryland (7 teams/2 states)
7,440–Monmouth, New Jersey (NE-I)
5,000–Rider, New Jersey (M-At-I)
3,941–Stevenson, Maryland (Mid-AC-III)
3,700–St. Peter’s, New Jersey (M-At-I)
3,641–McDaniel, Maryland (CeC-III)
3,288–Farleigh-D-Florham, NJ (Mid-A-F-III)
3,153–Georgian Court, New Jersey (C-Atl.-II)

For Div I see: jeffbrinckman.wordpress.com homepage (Categories: NCAA Conferences): 1) NCAA Needs 5 Leagues of 64 Teams Each, (3-1-12); 2) “NCAA: New Div I “Pacific-64” (3-2-12); 3) NCAA: New Div I “Southwest-64” (3-3-12); 4) “NCAA: New Div I “Great Lakes-64” (3-4-12); 5) NCAA: New Div I “Southeast-64” (3-5-12); 6) NCAA: New Div I “Northeast-64” (3-6-12).

For more Div II see: jeffbrinckman.wordpress.com homepage (Categories: NCAA Conferences): 1) NCAA Div II Needs Five 64-Team Leagues (3-7-12); 2) NCAA: New Div II “Western-64” (3-8-12); 3) NCAA: New Div II “Northern-64” (3-9-12); 4) NCAA New Div II “Southern-64” (3-10-12); 5) NCAA New Div II “Eastern States-64” (3-11-12).

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