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Big Sky Conference QUADRUMVIRATE 2016-7

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57 minutes ago, Risky said:

 

 

57 minutes ago, Risky said:

Would baseball be considered one of U Conn's minor sports?  Do people go to their baseball games? 

The Big East actually had teams in the South then, like USF, and UCONN actually won a baseball regional at Clemson, so in spite of only playing home games in front of 400 odd fans, they were good.  At the time, UCONN hockey didn't even give out scholarships and vb is notoriously bad on the east coast.  Lax and soccer are probably more popular for fans therè.

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When it rains it pours at UND! All these accomplishments are certainly a success story, especially with there being 12 teams in 3 of the conferences and 13 teams in the other conference.  

Another Grand Slam, (taking The Sicatoka's phrase from a previous post), this time the four coaches of the Conference Championship Teams. 

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Since we became Fighting Hawks,   championship trophy's have been piling up.   Whatever is going on,  it is sure has  been productive.   Let's keep it going.

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59 minutes ago, Risky said:

Since we became Fighting Hawks,   championship trophy's have been piling up.   Whatever is going on,  it is sure has  been productive.   Let's keep it going.

Isn't it great.

I was on another site and a Montana poster congratulated us about these accomplishments on this thread and that Montana is a charter member of the Big Sky and has been trying to do this and we did it in 5 years. Another UND poster thanked him for his nice comments. Many Bizon up the river are total opposzittttttttttttttes.

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