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Non-revenue college sports thread

Discussion in 'College Sports' started by terrynever, Feb 3, 2018.

  1. terrynever

    terrynever Member SoSH Member

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    In a great wrestling showdown between No. 1 Penn State and No. 2 Ohio State on Saturday night, Nits rallied for 19-18 win. Sellout crowd, great atmosphere. Match turned when unranked Nit Anthony Vassar upset top-ranked Kyle Moore at 197. Olympic and World champion Kyle Snyder was held to a 15-10 decision at heavyweight. He needed to win by eight points to tie the dual-meet.

    This is one sport where the Big Ten rules. Penn State has won six of the last seven national championships and the Buckeyes took the other.
     
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  2. Ale Xander

    Ale Xander Member SoSH Member

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    On a rainy wonderful day in Newton, Arsenault from Apuzzo gave the BC Eagles a 12-11 heart-pounding overtime win over Stony Brook, and a back-to-back trip to the Final Four for the BC Women's Lacrosse team. Soar Eagles, soar.

    BC faces Maryland, ironically, on the Stony Brook campus, for the National Semi-Finals, on Friday May 25th.

    In the other semi, UNC faces JMU.
     
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  3. Ale Xander

    Ale Xander Member SoSH Member

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    BC Lacrosse beats Maryland, 15-13, and goes to their 2nd consecutive National Championship Final. They will take on JMU at Noon, live on ESPNU.
     
  4. DukeSox

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    Men’s lax final is tomorrow Duke v Yale.
     
  5. Freddy Linn

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    Yale takes it, got a little interesting there mid way through the third.

    Interesting stat, there was only one lead change in the entire tournament. Hard to believe.
     
  6. DanoooME

    DanoooME Well-Known Member Gold Supporter SoSH Member

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    And Iowa won the previous 3 before that. And Minnesota the year before Iowa. The last team to win the national championship that wasn't Oklahoma State or from the Big Ten was Arizona State in 1988.

    The Big 10 and Big 12 (current teams) have dominated. The only teams to win from other conferences are Arizona State (Pac-12) in 1988 and Cornell College (normally Division III) in 1947. Only 12 different teams have ever won the title.
     
  7. terrynever

    terrynever Member SoSH Member

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    Yes, it is a sport marked by dynasties. And a lack of participation. Many D-I programs dropped the sport because their teams do not make money. I would guess that Penn State, Ohio State and Iowa more than break even. Gotta look that up!
     

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