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OVERALL 27-35 (does not include sub D-I's)

By Conference:
Atlantic 10: 1-4
Big 10: 0-1
Big East: 0-6
Pac-12: 1-0
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Colonial: 3-2
Ivy: 6-5
MAAC: 8-5
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Big South: 1-0
MEAC: 1-0
Great West: 0-1
Northeast: 3-7
Ohio Valley: 1-0
Patriot: 1-4
Summit: 1-0
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Sub-DI: 4-0


By Team:
Connecticut: 0-3
Duquesne: 1-1
LaSalle: 0-1
Marquette: 0-1
George Washington: 0-1
Ohio State: 0-1
Rhode Island: 1-0
Rutgers: 0-1
Seton Hall: 0-1
Washington: 1-0
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Brown: 1-2
Canisius: 1-1
Cornell: 1-0
Dartmouth: 1-1
George Mason: 0-1
Harvard: 1-0
Loyola (MD): 0-3
Marist: 1-0
Northeastern: 2-1
Pennsylvania 0-2
Rider: 1-0
St. Peter's: 2-0
Siena: 3-0
Towson: 1-0
Yale: 2-0
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Army: 0-1
Bryant: 0-1
Central Connecticut: 1-1
Coastal Carolina: 1-0
Eastern Illinois: 1-0
Holy Cross: 1-2
Monmouth: 0-1
Mount St. Mary's 0-2
Navy: 0-1
New Jersey Tech: 0-1
Quinnipiac: 0-1
Sacred Heart: 1-1
South Carolina State: 1-0
UMKC: 1-0
Wagner: 1-0
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Eastern (PA): 1-0
Marywood: 1-0
Mount Ida: 1-0
Suffolk: 1-0
 

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Albany is 2-1 with wins over the Pac 10 and A10. That should get a prize.
 

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If we had a "Power Ratings" I'd put Albany, Stony Brook, and Vermont in Top 3 at this point.

I know BU is still 0-fer but I bet they have a similar season like last year- puke in OOC but still do well in conference play. They would be my 4th team at this point.
 

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So, to summarize, the AE beat a lot of teams they weren't supposed to beat and now every team has some reason to believe that they have a chance at the conference championship because they beat someone who beat..... That's really the best OOC outcome we could could hope for.
 

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Harvard almost beat 11-3 Saint Mary's last night- had a 14pt halftime lead but ended up losing 69-70.
 

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Turns out UVM's loss to Towson wasn't as bad as we originally thought. I was able to catch the Towson/George Mason game on Comcast Sports Network last night. Great game that went into overtime. Beninom had a career high 31 points and hit some big shots in OT to ice it for Towson. They now sit in second place behind Northeastern in the CAA.

Mason's big man Eric Copes had a double double and played well. IIRC he was headed to GW before Nero fired Karl Hobbs and hired Lonergan.
 
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