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Under NCAA rules, the B10 needs six teams to qualify for an automatic postseason bid in lacrosse (similar to hockey). With the addition of RU and UMD, we have enough programs on the women's side (UM, OSU, PSU, NW, RU, UMD) but are short one on the men's side (NW does not currently have a men's team). Apparently one possibility being kicked around is inviting Johns Hopkins, one of the nation's premier lax programs, as an associate member of the B10.
This post was edited by MrWoodson 18 months ago
Man, Johns hopkins would run train on that conference for the foreseeable future.
Troof. I wonder how long it's going to take for Michigan to compete nationally with the powerhouses. We seem to be getting better recruits every year, which makes perfect sense. Hopkins would expedite the B1G's acquisition of lacrosse as a whole. With that said, I'd rather they didn't join. I'm not a fan of programs joining for one specific sport.
Guess that settles it. Gonna have to add UNC and UVA as 15 and 16 to balance things out.
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