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Burlington Catholic Central joins King and Whitefish Bay as the only schools with multiple scholarship basketball players.

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What about St. Cats with Bostick and Bunch. I read that Bostick didn't make the ACT score but he still had the scholarship.
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is Cynor going to play at Viterbo or just going to school there?


As long as his knee holds up he plans on playing.


[link=http://www.viterbo.edu/athletics/mbb/]http://www.viterbo.edu/athletics/mbb/[/link]



He was doing a basketball workout in the weight room a couple of days ago from Viterbo so I assumed he was playing.


My bad. He was going to go to Viterbo but after his knee surgerory they didn't want any thing to do with him. He's going to Northland instead and then he's going to try to transfer to a D2 college after a year or two if it goes good.


Viterbo's incoming freshmen recruits are as follows...

G- Tyrone Colston, 5'10", Minneapolis Patrick Henry High School
G- Nick Carroll, 6'3", Cretin-Derham Hall High School
G- Ryan Meyer, 6'2", Holmen High School
G- Eric Ambrose, 6', Badger High School
G- Dustin Hines, 5'11", North Crawford High School
G- Tyler Hanold, 6'2", Ithaca High School
F- Kenyatta Johnson, 6'4", Minneapolis Patrick Henry
F- Tyler Aspenson, 6'4", Westby High School
F- Jerrod Buchholtz, 6'6", Durand High School
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Tyler Granrath who averaged about 18 points a game for Port Washington is going to play at UW-Stout. I'm a little surprised -- not that he's going to play at Stout, but that he decided to play basketball instead of football. He was a pretty decent QB and may be a little small to play forward in the WIAC.
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Apparently Meyer from Holmen is going to be playing at UW La Crosse instead.
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This would be true except if one remembers the Stevens Point Back to Back National Championship team in which they were better than alot of midmajors including uwgb and smoked uw-parkside. Also including a loss to marquette by 8!!! Tell them that they were just a D3 school---people need to stop talking so stupid and know ur info before hand!!!!
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going back to the D2/D3 discussion, i know that whitewater is expanding its campus and building new things so it may become a D2 school in the future.. the only thing that could stop that would be, they may have to switch conferences because every other school in the WIAC is D3
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going back to the D2/D3 discussion, i know that whitewater is expanding its campus and building new things so it may become a D2 school in the future.. the only thing that could stop that would be, they may have to switch conferences because every other school in the WIAC is D3


UW Oshkosh, UW Superior, UW River Falls have all built/are building new campus structures. Does that mean they are moving to D2 as well?

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going back to the D2/D3 discussion, i know that whitewater is expanding its campus and building new things so it may become a D2 school in the future.. the only thing that could stop that would be, they may have to switch conferences because every other school in the WIAC is D3


Two barriers inhibit UWW from going D2.

One is money, where are they going to find enough money to fund adequate scholarships for all of their athletic programs. Remember then they have to deal with Title IX and have gender equality as well. Additionaly staff will be needed, compliance officer ...

The second, is probably a bigger barrier and that is the Board of Regents for the UW system. What incentive would they have to encourage member schools to move to D2. (A) They will be concerned about the money issue -and- (B) More concerned about the impact cascading moves ... i.e. if UWW goes D2, why not Stevens Point. In the end you weaken the WIAC, costing the UW system more money and you do not get much out of it.
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