Posts tagged ‘Mid American Conference’

03/08/2012

NCAA New Div II “Western-64”

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

(Enrollment, Name, City, Current Conference)

WEST COAST (11 teams now in D-I/6 states)
8,300–Santa Clara, California (WCC)
7,900–Seattle University, Washington (W-A)
7,549–San Diego, California (WCC)
7,229–Gonzaga, Washington (WCC)
6,700–Rice, Houston, Texas (USA)
6,000–Pepperdine, Malibu, California (WCC)
4,768–St. Mary’s, Moraga, California (WCC)
4,417–Air Force, Colorado (Mt-W)
4,170–Tulsa, Oklahoma (USA)
3,740–U Pacific, Stockton, California (B-W)
3,200–Portland, Oregon (WCC)

PACIFIC WEST (11 private teams D-II/III/3 states)
8,539–Azusa Pacific, California (Pac-W-II)
6,398–Chapman, Orange, California (Ind.-III)
4,715–Cal-Baptist, Riverside, CA (Pac-W-II)
4,400–Redlands, San Bern, CA (SCIAC-III)
3,773–Seattle Pacific, Washington (GtNW-II)
3,700–Fresno Pacific, California (Pac-W-II)
3,669–Pacific Lutheran, WA (NWC-III)
3,487–Pt Loma Nazarene, SD, CA (Pac-W-II)
3,433–Lewis & Clark, Oregon (NWC-III)
3,382–George Fox, Oregon (NWC-III)
3,298–Cal-Lutheran, T. Oaks, CA (SCIAC-III)

GREAT WEST (10 private teams/3 states)
6,361–Incarnate Word, Texas (LStar-II)
6,123–Regis, Denver, Colorado (R-Mt-II)
5,500–Dallas Baptist, Texas (H-LD-II)
5,500–St. Edwards, Texas (H-LD-II)
4,669–Abilene Christian, Texas (LStar-II)
4,500–St. Mary’s, Texas (H-LD-II)
3,758–Le Tourneau, Texas (AmSW-III)
3,417–Oral Roberts, Tulsa, Oklahoma (Sum-I)
3,255–U of Dallas, Texas (SoColl-III)
3,100–Houston Baptist, Texas (Gt-W-I)

WESTERN STATES (12 public teams/4 states)
Northwest Division (6 teams/3 states)
8,836–Cal State Stanislaus, California (Cal-II)
8,769–Sonoma State, California (Cal-II)
7,435–Humboldt State, California (Cal-II)
5,654–Western Oregon, Oregon (GtNW-II)
4,600–Montana State-Billings (GtNW-II)
3,820–Cal State Monterey Bay, CA (Cal-II)
Mountain Division (6 teams/2 states)
8,042–Colorado State-Mesa (R-Mt-II)
7,800–Cal. State-Bakersfield, CA (Ind.-I)
7,400–Colorado-Colorado Springs (R-Mt-II)
5,145–Colorado State-Pueblo (R-Mt-II)
4,000–Ft. Lewis State, Colorado (R-Mt-II)
3,338–Colorado Mines State (R-Mt-II)

ROCKY MT. STATES (11 public teams/4 states)
7,509–Southern Utah State (Big Sky/Sum-I)
7,127–Pittsburg State, Kansas (M-AmI-II)
6,545–Washburn State, Kansas (M-AmI-II)
6,404–Emporia State, Kansas (M-AmI-II)
5,944–Dixie State Utah (Pac-W-I)
5,727–East Central Oklahoma (G-Am-II)
5,574–Eastern New Mexico (LStar-II)
5,449–Cameron State, Oklahoma (LStar-II)
4,850–SW Oklahoma State (G-Am-II)
3,889–SE Oklahoma State (G-Am-II)
3,500–New Mexico-Highlands (R-Mt-II)

SOUTHWESTERN STATES (9 public teams/1 state)
8,300–Prairie View A & M, Texas (SWA-I)
7,759–West Texas A & M, TX (LStar-II)
6,898–Angelo State, Texas (LStar-II)
6,687–Tarleton State, Texas (LStar-II)
6,149–Texas AM Kingsville, TX (LStar-II)
6,093–Midwestern State, Texas (LStar-II)
5,326–Texas-Tyler, TX (AmSW-III)
4,298–Texas A & M Inter, TX (H-LD-II)
3,600–Texas Permian Basin, TX (H-LD-II)

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

03/06/2012

NCAA: New Div I “Northeast-64”

Appendix E for article: “NCAA Needs 5 Leagues of 64 Teams Each,” posted on March 1, 2012 at jeffbrinckman.wordpress.com. The new Div. I “Northeast-64” would have six sub-conferences:

(Enrollment, Name, City, Current Conference)

BIG EAST COLLEGIANS (10 big private schools)
23,000–Northeastern–Boston, Massachusetts (Col)
20,407–Syracuse, New York (ACC)
14,900–St. John’s–Queens, New York (Big E)
14,600–Fordham—Bronx, New York (Atl.-10)
13,000–Hofstra–Hempstead, New York (Col)
24,000–Long Island–Brooklyn, New York (NE)
9,745–Seton Hall–South Orange, NJ (Big-E)
12,100–Farleigh Dickinson-Teaneck, NJ (NE)
10,482–Villanova–Philadelphia, PA (Big-E)
17,000–Drexel—Philadelphia, PA (Col)

BIG EAST SCHOLARS (10 big private schools)
20,699–Harvard—Cambridge, Massachusetts (Ivy)
11,666–Yale–New Haven, Connecticut (Ivy)
20,633–Cornell–Ithaca, New York (Ivy)
22,920–Columbia–New York City (Ivy)
20,643–Pennsylvania–Philadelphia (Ivy)
14,600–Boston College, Massachusetts (ACC)
31,000–Boston University, Massachusetts (Am-E)
10,200–MIT–Cambridge, Mass. (New/EFC-III)
42,189–New York University, NYC (UAA-III)
10,875–Carnegie Mellon—Pittsburgh, PA (UAA-III)
(Ivy schools also play Princeton, Dartmouth, Brown)

ACC–NORTHEAST (11 public schools/11 states)
11,000–Maine–Orono (Am-E)
11,054–Vermont–Burlington (Am-E)
14,219–New Hampshire—Durham (Am-E)
26,000–Massachusetts–Amherst (Atl-10)
15,984–Rhode Island–Kingston (Atl-10)
20,000–Connecticut–Hartford (Big-E)
18,202–Albany, New York (Am-E)
28,993–Rutgers–New Brunswick, NJ (Big-E)
35,000–Temple-Philadelphia, PA (Atl.-10)
19,499–Delaware–Newark (Col)
37,600–Maryland–College Park (ACC)

NORTHEAST COLONISTS (10 teams/5 states)
10,900–Southern Maine–Gorham (LE-III)
13,400–Massachusetts–Boston (LE-III)
15,000–Massachusetts–Lowell (NE-10-II)
10,400–Bridgewater State, Mass. (MASAC-III)
16,000–Suffolk, Boston, Mass. (GrNE-III)
16,000–Johnson & Wales–Rhode Island (GrNE-III)
12,000–Central Connecticut State-New Britain (NE)
12,000–S. Connecticut St.–New Haven (NE-10-II)
11,224–SUNY Buffalo, New York (SUNY-III)
14,224–Rochester Tech- New York (Lib-III)

NORTHEAST AMERICANS (12 teams/5 states)
28,000–New York at Buffalo (Mid-Am)
14,898–Binghamton, New York (Am-E)
24.598–Stony Brook, New York (Am-E)
16,600–Montclair State, New Jersey (NJAC-III)
10,900–Paterson State–New Jersey (NJAC-III)
15,000–Kean, Union, New Jersey (NJAC-III)
10,500–Rutgers-Newark, New Jersey (NJ-III)
14,000–West Chester State, Pennsylvania (PASt-II)
14,000–Indiana State of Pennsylvania (PASt.-II)
10-600–Kutztown State, Pennsylvania (PASt.-II)
12,668–Maryland–Baltimore (Am-E)
11,500–Wilmington–Delaware (CAtl.-II)

NORTHEAST IMMIGRANTS (11 teams/1 state)
17,000–Queens–Flushing, New York (ECC-II)
10,565–Mercy–Dobbs Ferry, New York (ECC-II)
12,700–NY Tech–Old Westbury (ECC-II)
15,000–Baruch–Manhattan, New York (CUNY-III)
15,000–Brooklyn, New York (CUNY-III)
11,000–Staten Island, New York (CUNY-III)
21,000–Hunter, New York (CUNY-III)
12,000–NYC Tech–Brooklyn (CUNY-III)
13,000–City Coll.–Manhattan, NY (CUNY-III)
14,000–John Jay-Manhattan, NY (CUNY-III)
10,615–Lehman, New York City (CUNY-III)

03/05/2012

NCAA: New Div I “Southeast-64”

Appendix D for article: “NCAA Needs 5 Leagues of 64 Teams Each,” posted on March 1, 2012 at jeffbrinckman.wordpress.com. The new Div I “Southeast-64” would have six sub-conferences:

(Enrollment, Name, City, Current Conference)

SEC–CAPTAINS (10 state schools/10 states)
29,300–North Carolina–Chapel Hill (ACC)
28,000–South Carolina–Columbia (SEC)
35,040–Georgia–Athens (SEC)
51,000–Florida–Gainesville (SEC)
31,000–Alabama–Tuscaloosa (SEC)
15,800–Mississippi–Oxford (SEC)
27,000–Tennessee–Knoxville (SEC)
26,841–Kentucky–Lexington (SEC)
20,895–Virginia–Charlottesville (ACC)
29,000–West Virginia–Morgantown (Big-E)

SEC–COMMANDERS (10 mostly private/9 states)
14,200–Duke, Durham, North Carolina (ACC)
*6,830–Wake Forest, Raleigh, North Carolina (ACC)
11,772–Charleston, South Carolina (So)
15,600–Miami, Florida (ACC)
12,316—Emory–Atlanta, Georgia (UAA-III)
18,669–Auburn, Alabama (SEC)
11,000–Tulane–New Orleans, Louisiana (USA)
12,000–Vanderbilt–Nashville, Tennessee (SEC)
15,000–Louisville, Kentucky (Big-E)
16,437–Georgetown–Wash. DC (Big-E)
(*small school grandfathered into new league)
(Louisville and Auburn are older public universities)

ACC–SOUTHEAST (10 teams/5 coastal states)
30,379–Virginia Tech–Blacksburg (ACC)
33,800–North Carolina State–Raleigh (ACC)
13,462–Clemson, South Carolina (ACC)
20,400–Georgia Tech–Atlanta (ACC)
40,875–Florida State–Tallahassee (ACC)
36,316–South Florida–Tampa (Big-E)
32,000–Virginia Commonwealth, Richmond (Col)
30,000–Georgia State–Atlanta (Col)
25,156–North Carolina–Charlotte (Atl.-10)
50,485–Central Florida–Orlando (USA)

SOUTHEAST–COLONIAL (11 teams/4 states)
21,000–Towson State—Baltimore, Maryland (Col)
25,000–George Washington, Wash. DC (Atl.-10)
9,940–American–Wash. DC (Patriot)
10,500–Howard–Wash. DC (Mid-E)
15,000–Marshall–Huntington, West Virginia (USA)
31,262–George Mason–Arlington, Virginia (Col)
24,000–Old Dominion–Norfolk, Virginia (Col)
18,668–James Madison, Harrisonburg, Virginia (Col)
12,068–North Carolina–Wilmington (Col)
17,614–North Carolina A &T–Greensboro (Mid-E)
40,709–Florida International–Miami (Sun-B)

SOUTHEAST–HEARTLAND (11 teams/5 states)
27,246–Eastern Carolina—Greenville, NC (USA)
10,471–Campbell—Buies Creek, North Carolina (Big-S)
46,312–Liberty–Lynchburg, Virginia (Big-S)
10,926–Appalachian State–Boone, NC (So)
9,429–Western Carolina, Cullowhee, NC (So)
19,909–Georgia Southern–Statesboro (So)
10,500–Tennessee–Chattanooga (So)
15,000–Eastern Tennessee–Johnson City (A-Sun)
18,000–Alabama–Birmingham (USA)
9,504–Jacksonville State, Alabama (O-V)
22,912–Florida Atlantic–Boca Raton (Sun-B)

SOUTHEAST–SUNSHINE (12 teams/3 states)
15,029–South Alabama—Mobile (Sun-B)
11,740–Kennesaw State, Georgia (A-Sun)
12,898–Valdosta State, Georgia (Gulf-S-II)
11,200–Western Georgia–Carrollton (Gulf-S-II)
16,526–Northern Florida–Jacksonville (A-Sun)
10,500–Florida Gulf Coast–Ft. Myers (A-Sun)
12,074–Florida A & M–Tallahassee (Mid-E)
12,021–Western Florida–Pensacola (Gulf-S-II)
10,500–U of Tampa, Florida (SunSt-II)
15,120–St. Leo U, Tampa, Florida (SunSt-II)
33,135–Nova Southeast–Davie, Florida (SunSt-II)
9,300–Barry, Miami Shores, Florida (SunSt-II)

03/04/2012

NCAA: New Div I “Great Lakes-64”

Appendix C for article: “NCAA Needs 5 Leagues of 64 Teams Each,” posted on March 1, 2012 at jeffbrinckman.wordpress.com. The new Div. I “Great Lakes-64” would have six sub-conferences:

(Enrollment, Name, City, Current Conference)

BIG 10–GREAT LAKE NAVIGATORS (10 teams/10 states)
41,000–Michigan–Ann Arbor (Big-10)
30,800–Iowa–Iowa City (Big-10)
42,000–Indiana–Bloomington (Big-10)
42,000–Wisconsin–Madison (Big-10)
41,900–Illinois–Urbana (Big-10)
52,000–Minnesota–Minneapolis (Big-10)
24,000–Nebraska–Lincoln (Big-10)
42,421–U of Cincinnati, Ohio (Big-E)
28,823–U of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Big-E)
14,100–North Dakota–Grand Forks (B-Sky)

BIG 10–GREAT LAKE EXPLORERS (10 teams/10 states)
41,000–Michigan State–East Lansing (Big-10)
29,000–Iowa State–Ames (Big-12)
39,000–Purdue–West Lafayette (Big-10)
30,000–Wisconsin–Milwaukee (Horizon)
25,000–Northern Illinois–DeKalb (Mid-A)
15,649–Minnesota State–Mankato (N-Sun)
14,000–Nebraska–Omaha (Summit)
56,000–Ohio State–Columbus (Big-10)
44,505–Penn State–Carlisle (Big-10)
10,100–South Dakota–Vermillion (Sum)

GREAT LAKE PIONEERS (12 private schools/7 states)
15,000–Northwestern–Evanston, Illinois (Big-10)
11,733–Notre Dame–South Bend, Indiana (Big-E)
11,599–Marquette–Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Big-E)
25,398–DePaul–Chicago, Illinois (Big–E)
15,000–Loyola–Chicago, Illinois (Horizon)
10,900–Dayton, Ohio (Atl.-10)
10,100–Duquesne–Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Atl.-10)
16,500–St. Louis University, Missouri (Atl.-10)
13,000–Washington U–St. Louis, Missouri (UAA-III)
14,788–University of Chicago, Illinois (UAA-III)
9,814–Case Western–Cleveland, Ohio (UAA-III)
10,800–St. Thomas–St. Paul, Minnesota (MNIAC-III)

GREAT LAKE–EIRE (11 public/2 states)
31,000–Wayne State–Detroit, Michigan (GL-II)
29,000–U of Akron, Ohio (Mid-A)
24,000–Kent State, Ohio (Mid-A)
22,043–Eastern Michigan–Ypsilanti Mid-A)
22,000–U of Toledo, Ohio (Mid-A)
20,619–Ohio University–Athens (Mid-A)
20,286–Miami of Ohio–Oxford (Mid-A)
18,000–Bowling Green State, Ohio (Mid-A)
17,000–Wright State–Dayton, Ohio (Horizon)
16,400–Cleveland State, Ohio (Horizon)
12,500–Youngstown State, Ohio (Horizon)

GREAT LAKE–HURON (10 public/3 states)
27,000–Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis (Sum)
27,000–Illinois–Chicago (Horizon)
26,866–Central Michigan–Mt. Pleasant (Mid-A)
24,829–Western Michigan–Kalamazoo (Mid-A)
24,229–Grand Valley St.—Allendale, MI (GL-II)
20,000–Ball State–Muncie, Indiana (Mid-A)
17,624–Oakland State–Rochester, MI (Sum)
14,000–Indiana Purdue–Ft. Wayne (Sum)
13,000–Ferris State-Big Rapids, MI (GL-II)
10,400–Saginaw Valley State, MI (GL-II)

GREAT LAKE–SUPERIOR (11 public/7 states)
10,500–Minnesota–Duluth (N-Sun)
17,231–St. Cloud State, Minnesota (N-Sun)
14,769–North Dakota State–Fargo (Sum)
14,000–Northern Iowa–Cedar Falls (M-V)
13,600–Western Illinois–Macomb (M-V)
12,800–South Dakota State–Brookings (Sum)
12,753–Wisconsin–Oshkosh (Wis.-III)
11,140–Wisconsin–Eau Claire (Wis.-III)
10,962–Wisconsin–Whitewater (Wis.-III)
10,074–Wisconsin–La Crosse (Wis.-III)
9,417–Northern Michigan, Marquette (GtLI-II)