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Old 04-13-2017, 10:56 AM   #76 (permalink)
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Number of transfers now stands at 456. As you would expect, those transfers that have chosen a new school have dropped down a level or two.
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In light of an increasing number of student-athletes switching schools in recent years, a new NCAA group has been formed to study Division I transfer rules and consider improvements.

South Dakota State athletic director Justin Sell will chair the Division I Transfer Working Group, which the NCAA says will focus on supporting academic success of students as its primary goal. Jane Miller, Virginia’s faculty athletics representative, will be the vice chair.

The 19-person group includes familiar names such as Mid-American Conference commissioner Jon Steinbrecher, Iowa AD Gary Barta, Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork, Colorado AD Rick George and USF AD Mark Harlan.

Boise State’s Bryan Harsin and St. Joseph’s Phil Martelli are the only head football and men’s basketball coaches in the group. Coastal Carolina defensive back Nicholas Clark and Western Illinois basketball guard Garret Covington are the only student-athletes in the group.

This is third group formed since 2012 to examine transfers, and the latest group will, according to the release, “aim for a uniform experience for all student-athletes, unless data justify a different standard for certain groups.”

Legislative recommendations are expected to be finalized before the June 2018 Council meeting.
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That is encouraging news. I just hope the foxes don't infiltrate the proverbial hen house during the process.
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Was this said with a straight face?
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I've led a sheltered life (or too much bourbon).
Have never heard of Longwood.

edit: well, not in the context of a school anyway.
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I've led a sheltered life (or too much bourbon).
Have never heard of Longwood.

edit: well, not in the context of a school anyway.
Longwood is in Farmville, Va. It used to be a female teachers college years ago I think. It has been co-ed for a while. The Longwood Lancers are in the Big South Conference. Jerome Kersey is a famous basketball player from Longwood. I kayak the Appomattox River in Farmville. They also have the High Bridge rail trail to bike. Good town with Hamden-Sydney College nearby.

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Longwood is in Farmville, Va. It used to be a female teachers college years ago I think. It has been co-ed for a while. The Longwood Lancers are in the Big South Conference. Jerome Kersey is a famous basketball player from Longwood. I kayak the Appomattox River in Farmville. They also have the High Bridge rail trail to bike. Good town with Hamden-Sydney College nearby.

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Longwood is co-ed? Next you will tell me JMU is as well...
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Longwood is co-ed? Next you will tell me JMU is as well...
Yep. It happened. They let men in. Speaking of Longwood, I think Colin Ducharme went there before transferring to UVA. My memory can be horrible but I kind of remember Longwood playing Eastern Mennonite and Bridgewater back when I lived in the Shenandoah Valley.
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Yep. It happened. They let men in. Speaking of Longwood, I think Colin Ducharme went there before transferring to UVA. My memory can be horrible but I kind of remember Longwood playing Eastern Mennonite and Bridgewater back when I lived in the Shenandoah Valley.
I thought it was the other way around, transferred to Longwood from UVA as a Grad Transfer before there was a rule, but while Longwood was still D2.

Edit: BTW his father was one of my favorite professors.
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I thought it was the other way around, transferred to Longwood from UVA as a Grad Transfer before there was a rule, but while Longwood was still D2.

Edit: BTW his father was one of my favorite professors.
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The 6'9 Ducharme would transfer to Longwood from the University of Virginia for his final year of eligibility in 2000. Ducharme averaged 19.6 points and 15.8 rebounds per game in his one year in Farmville. He led Longwood to a CVAC championship and a NCAA tournament appearance while being named the Division II National Player of the Year by multiple outlets. Ducharme remains only one of two retired numbers in Longwood history, with the other being Jerome Kersey.
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Yep. It happened. They let men in. Speaking of Longwood...
I thought that was the end.
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