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Breaking Down the D3 Tournament Selections

Last year, I was pretty charitable to the D3 Selection Committee. I thought deserving teams were left at home, but more as a function of the field being too small than the committee picking the wrong teams to fill it. 1,902 more words

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Previewing the 2016 NESCAC Tournament

After winning titles in 2014 and 2015, Wesleyan enters this weekend’s NESCAC Tournament looking for Division III’s third three-peat of the season, something that’s never been done. 1,179 more words

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Previewing the 2016 NAC Tournament

As in 2015, the Maine schools will make the long trek down to Castleton to contest the NAC title. The host Spartans swept to their second straight title a year ago, but three good teams will be itching to wrest that title away from them this time around. 825 more words

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Previewing the 2016 CCC Tournament

As usual, we enjoyed competitive title and playoff races in the CCC, which has set us up with a deep tournament field to enjoy this weekend. 1,544 more words

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Previewing the 2016 MASCAC Tournament

On a D3 scene where parity has been in fairly short supply in 2016, the MASCAC stands out. Salem took up their usual spot at the top of the standings, MMA and Fitchburg put up their best league marks in years to finish 2nd and 3rd; Bridgewater had its best year since 2013 to return to the playoffs after 2015; and Worcester, 2014 champions and 21-7 over the last two years, missed the field entirely. 1,451 more words

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Previewing the 2016 GNAC Tournament

For the first time since 2010, someone other than Saint Joe’s comes into this week as defending GNAC champions. After Suffolk wrested the championship away from the Monks last season, the two teams contested this year’s regular-season title through the final weekend, and both look primed for a deep playoff run. 1,582 more words

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Previewing the NECC Tournament

Heading into this weekend’s conference tournament, you can make a pretty strong case that this has been the most competitive, entertaining season in NECC history. For the first time since its inaugural year in 2009, all four tournament teams enter the weekend at .500 or better. 1,661 more words

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