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Dave Schmidt Originalsupdated 10-15-13
Original story by Dave Schmidt
THE 2014 D2 WATCHupdated 8-7-13
The following is a list of schools we will be watching to see if they apply for D2 membership in 2014. This is only a projected list and this list will be updated during the year.
Based on information we have verified and from several reliable SR sources
WILL TRY AGAIN CSU – San Marcos – will consider this for the 4th time Davenport University - denied in 2012 Georgetown (KY) College - denied in 2012 (8-7-13)-G-MAC announces that Georgetown College will apply for D2 in 2014 FIRST TIME Marian (IND) University (confirmed by school - 11-7-13 - talking to consultants) Purdue University Calumet - confirmed by source 9-11-13 Langston University Concordia University Irvine Concordia (OR) University - accepted into GNAC Cumberland University – confirmed 8-7-13 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical (FLA) University – Peach Belt to travel partner with Flagler Carroll (Mt) College - possibly in 2014 Westminster College - considering move WILL NOT APPLY Auburn Montgomery – after D2 revoked their 2013 membership invitation
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Sunshine State Conferenceupdated 12-9-13
Davenport Universityupdated 11-13-13
Marian (Ind) Universityupdated 11-7-13
Marian Looking At Move To D2Email reply to SR on Marian's possible move to D2
Now that our medical school has open(ed) we are looking into that. We had conversation with firm to help in that process. we think in the next two years we can do this.
Steve Downing Director of Athletics Marian University
Great Northwest Athletic Conferenceupdated 10-24-13
GNAC Working On Future ExpansionAccording to sources and information SR has confirmed that the GNAC has discussed future expansion with the following schools -
Concordia (Ore) University Carroll (Mt) College Westminster (Utah) College - also talking with PacWest South Dakota School of MinesLewis-Clark State College was contacted but has no plans in the future to move towards D2 membership.
Conference Football Scheduling Allianceupdated 10-2-13
D2 Membership Processupdated 9-26-13
Emmanuel Collegeupdated 9-23-13
Southern Wesleyan Universityupdated 9-21-13
NCAA APPEALSupdated 9-17-13
Two More Schools Win D2 Membership AppealsSR has been informed that Southern Wesleyan University and Emmanuel College have won their appeals and will start with the D2 membership process. Southern Wesleyan University and Emmanuel College both were sponsored by Conference Carolinas during the process.
Two other schools recently won appeals in the mebership process Mississpi College moving from D3 and Lee University who was accepted last year will now move forward in the process as well.
So far the record shows Schools Appealing 4 NCAA 0
Neither of the two schools, Conference Carolinas or the NCAA have released the information to the public at the this time.
related story to the membership process
Lee Universityupdated 9-10-13
Mississippi Collegeupdated 9-10-13
Langston Universityupdated 8-26-13
Embry-Riddle (Florida)updated 8-20-13
Cumberland Universityupdated 8-7-13
DII Vice President shares her vision, source of passion for athletics
*Update:Auburn-Montgomery Loses D2 MembershipOn July 22, the Division II Management Council referred the decision to accept membership applications of Auburn University at Montgomery (Alabama) and Spring Hill College (Mobile, Ala.) back to the Division II Membership Committee for further review.
On July 26, citing new information obtained regarding UAM’s probationary status with the NAIA, the Membership Committee overturned its initial decision and voted to deny the institution’s application for acceptance into the Division II membership process. The decision to accept Spring Hill into year one candidacy was upheld.
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conferenceupdated 7-30-13
South Dakota School of Minesupdated 7-17-13
Original story by Dave Schmidt
New Football Schoolsupdated 7-10-13
Independents Collegiate Athletic Associationupdated 6-25-13
Great Lakes Valley Conferenceupdated 6-6-13
Drury University director of athletics Pat Atwell talks with GLVCsports.com about the GLVC's inclusion of men's and women's swimming and diving for the 2013-14 season.
Golden Coast Conferenceupdated 6-3-13
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conferenceupdated 5-29-13
Georgetown Collegeupdated 5-13-13
2014According to a very reliable source Georgetown College will apply for D2 membership during the 2014 cycle. This after a firm was secured to do another new new study. SR hopes to verify with school officials.
It has been a "soap opera" journey for GC who decided to join D3 and than withdrew from that process, applied for D2 very late in the process and was denied membership in 2012 and than last summer said they would reapply for the early membership process in 2013. According to our sources they did not apply this year because of the search for a new president to replace President Crouch. In another "twist" (see link below) GC has renewed a search for a new president after two finalist withdrew from the process.
This year we have confirmed five schools have applied for D2 membership.
No D2 This Year For GeorgetownJUST IN - A reliable source tells us that Georgetown College will NOT aplly for D2 membership in February. Most likely due to the change in the president's office. We have an email into school officials to verify this information. Will update as soon as we receive confirmation.
Reply to our email request on Georgetown's NAIA Status
Per NAIA bylaws, Georgetown College would be eligible for NAIA postseason play in 2012-13. If Georgetown applies for NCAA membership again this upcoming year, then the institution would be ineligible for postseason play in 2013-14, regardless of whether the NCAA accepts the institution for membership.
Kay Hawes, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Director of Marketing and Public Relationsupdated 7-30-12
Great Midwest Athletic Conferenceupdated 2-21-13
The Great Midwest Athletic Conference, which applied for Division II membership in 2012, is currently completing an educational assessment program to become an active member conference Sept. 1, 2013, as well. The Membership Committee will vote on whether to grant active status to the G-MAC at its July meeting. Members of that conference for 2013-14 will be Alderson-Broaddus, Cedarville, Central State, Davis and Elkins, Kentucky Wesleyan, Ohio Valley, Salem International, Trevecca Nazarene and Ursuline.
Mountain East Conferenceupdated 2-16-13
UMass Lowellupdated 2-14-13
Auburn University-Montgomeryupdated 2-2-13
Emmanuel College/h1> updated 1-21-13
D3 Members Applying For D2 Proposalupdated 1-21-13
University of Sioux Fallsupdated 1-21-13
Newman Universityupdated 1-21-13
Southern Wesleyan Universityupdated 1-15-13
Columbus Stateupdated 12-21-12
Marian Universityupdated 12-20-12
Great Northwest Athletic Conferenceupdated 12-2-12
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Universityupdated 12-1-12
Grand Canyon University
Original story by Dave Schmidt
Missouri Southernupdated 11-21-12
Walsh and Maloneupdated 11-9-12
McMurry Universityupdated 11-4-12
Middle Georgia Stateupdated 10-30-12
Paine Collegeupdated 10-26-12
Loyola University New Orleansupdated 10-25-12
Salem International Universityupdated 10-16-12
Louisiana Collegeupdated 10-11-12
Notre Dame Collegeupdated 10-10-12
University of Texas Dallasupdated 10-3-12
Spring Hill Collegeupdated 10-2-12
Purdue University Calumetupdated 10-2-12
University of Central Arkansasupdated 9-29-12
Mississippi Collegeupdated 9-30-12
Azusa Pacific Universityupdated 9-18-12
South Dakota School of Mines & Technologyupdated 9-18-12
University of North Alabamaupdated 9-11-12
Lone Star Conferenceupdated 9-1-12
McKendree UniversityUpdated 8-30-12
Bluefield State Universityupdated 8-30-12
South Carolina State Universityupdated 8-30-12
CLICK HERE - Facing $6 Million Deficit, SC State Considers Cuts to Academics, Move to Div. II Athletics
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conferenceupdated 8-30-12
Grand Canyon Universityupdated 8-27-12
Central State University Universityupdated 8-22-12
GLVC and GLIAC Footballupdated 8-23-12
The Senior Reports sent the following email to both the GLVC and GLIAC -
GLVC - Urbana University GLIAC- Notre Dame (OH) CollegeWould like a statement on the announcement that the above schools will be leaving your conference to join the Mountain East Conference.
GLVC Response - 8-23-12Since Urbana University has not yet officially resigned from the GLVC as an associate member for football it would be premature to make any comment at this time.
Jim Naumovich, GLVC Commissioner
GLIAC Response - 8-23-12
Jeff Ligney, Assistant Commissioner - GLIACThe GLIAC has no comment on this matter at this time.
Trevecca Nazarene Universityupdated 8-22-12
Great Midwest Athletic Conferenceupdated 8-21-12
Mountain East Conferenceupdated 8-20-12
Adelphi Universityupdated 8-17-12
Abilene Christian Universityupdated 8-5-12
Simon Fraser Universityupdated 8-2-12
Cheyney Universityupdated 7-28-12
Union Universityupdated 7-30-12
Lindenwood Universityupdated 7-28-12
Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois updated 7-28-12
Northwestern Oklahoma State Universityupdated 7-19-12
East Coast Conferenceupdated 7-18-12
Lubbock Christian Universityupdated 7-18-12
Lee Universityupdated 7-17-12
University of Virginia’s College at Wiseupdated 7-17-12
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