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    Saw this posted online. These are "full scholarship equivalencies" for all NCAA athletic teams at that school.


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    Thank VERY MUCH for this info!

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    More clear evidence that ESU football issues are fixable, but will require a large-scale program overhaul. Here are the keys Jimmy, good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastStroud13 View Post
    More clear evidence that ESU football issues are fixable, but will require a large-scale program overhaul. Here are the keys Jimmy, good luck!
    These numbers don’t mean Football is getting a lot of money

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostOfHomer01 View Post
    These numbers don’t mean Football is getting a lot of money
    Right. I am more saying that should they so choose, ESU could prioritize having a decent football program. They're not necessarily hemmed in by the same constraints as some of the other cellar dwellers.

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    I can't find the latest numbers. Could be interesting to see what % of total scholarships goes to football at each school.

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    I am personally embarrassed that UPJ, without football, gives out more scholarship equivalencies than Shippensburg. So should WCU. That's ridiculous.

    Also would be curious to know how much of Mercyhurst's money goes out to ice hockey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrshooter View Post
    I am personally embarrassed that UPJ, without football, gives out more scholarship equivalencies than Shippensburg. So should WCU. That's ridiculous.

    Also would be curious to know how much of Mercyhurst's money goes out to ice hockey.
    Both Erie schools pump a lot in to men's and women's basketball. Wrestling rules the roost at UPJ.

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    I would guess Mercyhurst and Seton Hill allocate a lot to their baseball programs, too. If they haven't been and start to, cover your eyes (for those who watch D2 college baseball )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozsa2 View Post
    I would guess Mercyhurst and Seton Hill allocate a lot to their baseball programs, too. If they haven't been and start to, cover your eyes (for those who watch D2 college baseball )
    That would be me, for one!

    Last I'd heard, Ship's Matt Jones had one (1) scholarship equivalency to divvy up among his roster. Which makes their perennial standing as a regional power rather remarkable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrshooter View Post
    That would be me, for one!

    Last I'd heard, Ship's Matt Jones had one (1) scholarship equivalency to divvy up among his roster. Which makes their perennial standing as a regional power rather remarkable.

    That's 'fairly' common in baseball in the PSAC, correct? Perhaps more than (1) but not much more. The way IUP treats baseball ... they are lucky they have uniforms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    That's 'fairly' common in baseball in the PSAC, correct? Perhaps more than (1) but not much more. The way IUP treats baseball ... they are lucky they have uniforms.
    I'm not sure what it's like for the other schools, but I wouldn't be surprised if that's the case. Although I'm pretty sure Mercyhurst and Seton Hill are giving out considerably more than the rest. Seton Hill's a rising giant in D-II baseball.

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    I bet Clarion, Boro, and Lock Haven give the full 9.9 for D1 wrestling, and Pitt Johnstown probably gives the full 9 for D2 wrestling. it would be nice to see break down by sport.

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    Wow, I had no idea wrestling gave so few scholarships. What's the average roster size ... at least 30-some, right?

    I've seen the men's and women's basketball breakdowns before ... the disparity, per capita, is similar to football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    Wow, I had no idea wrestling gave so few scholarships. What's the average roster size ... at least 30-some, right?

    I've seen the men's and women's basketball breakdowns before ... the disparity, per capita, is similar to football.
    Yes most teams have 30 or so wrestlers in the room and there are 10 "starters" so not even 1 scholarship for every weight class in D1 (10). The thing that I find funny is the difference between D1 (9.9 and D2 (9). What I would find interesting is not just seeing each schools breakdown, but also seeing where they are competitively in that sport over the years would be fascinating to me.

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    School Total Equivalencies Football Equivalencies Football as %
    IUP 64.8 25.46 39.29%
    California 64.71 20.37 31.48%
    Mercyhurst 110.23 32.86 29.81%
    Slippery Rock 62.46 18.1 28.98%
    Bloomsburg 38.07 10.75 28.24%
    Gannon 117.98 33.07 28.03%
    Seton Hill 97.00 25.75 26.55%
    Clarion 44.18 10.56 23.90%
    East Stroudsburg 57.44 12.7 22.11%
    Edinboro 56.64 12.5 22.07%
    Millersville 39.84 8.66 21.74%
    Kutztown 36.81 7.7 20.92%
    Shippensburg 49.29 9.85 19.98%
    West Chester 51.86 6.7 12.92%
    Lock Haven 33.77 4.35 12.88%

    I'd love to see this for all PSAC sports. Then also see how it compares to the perennial powers elsewhere.

    Mercyhurst awards more football scholarships than Lock Haven awards athletic scholarships.
    Last edited by Fightingscot82; 10-29-2018 at 01:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fightingscot82 View Post
    I'd love to see this for all PSAC sports. Then also see how it compares to the perennial powers elsewhere.

    Mercyhurst awards more football scholarships than Lock Haven awards athletic scholarships.
    Good chart.

    Wow. That's bleak. Really ... bleak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fightingscot82 View Post
    School Total Equivalencies Football Equivalencies Football as %
    IUP 64.8 25.46 39.29%
    California 64.71 20.37 31.48%
    Mercyhurst 110.23 32.86 29.81%
    Slippery Rock 62.46 18.1 28.98%
    Bloomsburg 38.07 10.75 28.24%
    Gannon 117.98 33.07 28.03%
    Seton Hill 97.00 25.75 26.55%
    Clarion 44.18 10.56 23.90%
    East Stroudsburg 57.44 12.7 22.11%
    Edinboro 56.64 12.5 22.07%
    Millersville 39.84 8.66 21.74%
    Kutztown 36.81 7.7 20.92%
    Shippensburg 49.29 9.85 19.98%
    West Chester 51.86 6.7 12.92%
    Lock Haven 33.77 4.35 12.88%

    I'd love to see this for all PSAC sports. Then also see how it compares to the perennial powers elsewhere.

    Mercyhurst awards more football scholarships than Lock Haven awards athletic scholarships.

    It’s no secret Foosball is #1 at IUP.

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    IUP is giving out 65 total with 25.5 going to football. Men's and Women's basketball are getting another 18-19 of those. So, that's about 20 left to spread across all the other sports. I'm actually surprised the other sports are getting 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IUPbigINDIANS View Post
    IUP is giving out 65 total with 25.5 going to football. Men's and Women's basketball are getting another 18-19 of those. So, that's about 20 left to spread across all the other sports. I'm actually surprised the other sports are getting 20.
    I actually have those numbers. 8.03 for men's basketball and 9.24 for women's basketball. IUP spends 65.94% of their athletic scholarships on football and basketball.

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