Before we take a look at the upcoming games, earlier this week I posted a blog with my thoughts on the SR1 playoff picture. You can find that entry here:
This may be the last week of the season, but the good news is that we have an awesome schedule of games to close it out.
Updated 11-15-2013 at 06:45 AM by Chuck Bitner
Below are some of my thoughts on the SR1 playoff picture. Before I get into it, I want to stress that I am the PSAC blogger so I am evaluating this from a PSAC perspective. When I talk about best case scenarios, I mean best case for the PSAC in terms of how many teams are invited or where they will be seeded. Obviously, PSAC fans are hoping that three teams make it. Personally, I just want the six best teams to be in, but I also do believe that the three PSAC teams in contention are definitely in
Bloomsburg and Slippery Rock won their respective divisions on Saturday and will meet for the Conference Championship next Saturday. Slippery Rock won the West division outright while Bloomsburg secured a three way tie with West Chester and Shippensburg. All three teams finished 6-1 in the division but since none of three teams had head-to-head victories over the other two, the league went to the second tie-breaker, which is record in conference mandated cross over games (games against PSAC West
Updated 11-10-2013 at 10:58 AM by Chuck Bitner
Week number 10 brings us to the end of the divisional schedule. After Saturdayís games have been played, we will know who will meet for the sixth annual PSAC Championship game. The West division is a matter of formality as Slippery Rock can clinch the title with a win at Seton Hill, a program that has not won a game since October, 2011. The East division comes down to a battle between 9-0 West Chester and 8-1 Bloomsburg. West Chester is continuing their historic ride, while the Huskies are coming
Updated 11-07-2013 at 12:38 PM by Chuck Bitner
Iím sorry that Iíve been MIA on the message board for the past couple of days, but the second half of last week was a bit busy for me. It started with a middle of the night work emergency on Wednesday, then a very late night in Bloomsburg on Thursday and travel to and from Slippery Rock on Friday and Saturday. Iím finally slowing down and catching up, so here are of some my thoughts from the weekend.
Zulli showcases Harlon Hill talent for national audience
If any D2 fans around
Updated 11-03-2013 at 05:43 PM by Chuck Bitner