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Canadian Schools May Join NCAA

from the South Bend Tribune,

The Canadians are coming.

Thanks to a ruling at the NCAA convention last month, college hockey may see its next big expansion movement come north of the border.

NCAA officials voted overwhelmingly to allow Canadian schools to apply for NCAA membership in all sports. Canadian schools could begin play in the NCAA as early as next season, with Division II as the predetermined landing spot.

But since hockey doesn’t have a Division II, Canadian universities could jump right into Division I in that sport.


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