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It's NCAA Division One Soccer.

CU was decent at NAIA, the move to D2 was a bridge too Far.

Sorry local guys coaching average girls was not the formula for staying at OSU.

Shouldn't be the recipe for hiring, ya think?
What ?? Concordia University women's soccer was dominate at the NAIA level even winning a national title. The jump to NCAA II has been the same, one of the top teams in the nation.
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What ?? Concordia University women's soccer was dominate at the NAIA level even winning a national title. The jump to NCAA II has been the same, one of the top teams in the nation.
Just to put things into proper perspective.

Jesuit HS today would destroy any iteration of NAIA Concordia or D2.

NAIA women’s soccer colleges: A college experience that fits many needs
For many student-athletes, the charm of NAIA women’s soccer colleges comes from their smaller class sizes and overall flexibility between athletics, academics and a social life. Here are a few key points that make NAIA women’s soccer colleges unique:

The campus and class size. NAIA women’s soccer schools tend to have smaller campuses and class sizes, and many student-athletes prefer to get to know their professors. There can also be a strong sense of community, rather than feeling like just a number in a sea of students.
Flexibility in the recruiting process. The NAIA leaves recruiting up to the colleges—there’s no recruiting calendars or rules to memorize. Coaches at NAIA women’s soccer schools can recruit at any time and by any means they see fit. NAIA schools can be a good option for athletes who bloomed later or got their recruiting process started later.
The balance between athletics, academics and a social life. NAIA women’s soccer colleges are known for their ability to accommodate student-athletes’ interests. If student-athletes want to study abroad, have an on-campus job or join another extracurricular activity, an NAIA women’s soccer college might be a good fit for them.
NAIA schools offer student-athletes the opportunity to be just that: students and athletes. While they’ll be expected to train hard and play harder, they can take advantage of the other activities college has to offer. Plus, they’ll be surrounded by a close-knit community of students, professors, administrative staff and athletes.

compared to Division I

NCAA Division 1 women’s soccer colleges: Compete at the highest level
D1 college women’s soccer colleges are known for their competitive teams and athletic rigor. Here are a few distinguishing factors of D1 women’s soccer colleges:

The highest level of athletic competition. For many student-athletes, the allure of competing at the D1 level lies in wanting to play against the best athletes. While there are tremendous athletes at every level, D1 college women’s soccer teams will have the deepest bench, and the average level of competition will usually be higher than the other division levels.
The largest athletic budgets. It’s no coincidence that D1 college women’s soccer teams often have the newest equipment and the best facilities. They tend to have larger athletic budgets and can often spend more money on their sports teams.
Large campus and class sizes. At the D1 level, student-athletes will likely be on a campus with thousands of other students. Especially freshman year, student-athletes will have large lectures and may be taught by a teaching assistant, or someone other than their professor. This means athletes need to really stay on top of their schoolwork.
On D1 college women’s soccer teams, athletes will find serious competitors who were likely the best athletes on their own club and high school teams. They’ll be in the spotlight, competing and practicing year-round. If a student-athlete is ready to really commit to their sport, D1 might the right division level for them.

Worlds apart.

Thanks for the laugh.
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Just to put things into proper perspective.

Jesuit HS today would destroy any iteration of NAIA Concordia or D2.

NAIA women’s soccer colleges: A college experience that fits many needs
For many student-athletes, the charm of NAIA women’s soccer colleges comes from their smaller class sizes and overall flexibility between athletics, academics and a social life. Here are a few key points that make NAIA women’s soccer colleges unique:

The campus and class size. NAIA women’s soccer schools tend to have smaller campuses and class sizes, and many student-athletes prefer to get to know their professors. There can also be a strong sense of community, rather than feeling like just a number in a sea of students.
Flexibility in the recruiting process. The NAIA leaves recruiting up to the colleges—there’s no recruiting calendars or rules to memorize. Coaches at NAIA women’s soccer schools can recruit at any time and by any means they see fit. NAIA schools can be a good option for athletes who bloomed later or got their recruiting process started later.
The balance between athletics, academics and a social life. NAIA women’s soccer colleges are known for their ability to accommodate student-athletes’ interests. If student-athletes want to study abroad, have an on-campus job or join another extracurricular activity, an NAIA women’s soccer college might be a good fit for them.
NAIA schools offer student-athletes the opportunity to be just that: students and athletes. While they’ll be expected to train hard and play harder, they can take advantage of the other activities college has to offer. Plus, they’ll be surrounded by a close-knit community of students, professors, administrative staff and athletes.

compared to Division I

NCAA Division 1 women’s soccer colleges: Compete at the highest level
D1 college women’s soccer colleges are known for their competitive teams and athletic rigor. Here are a few distinguishing factors of D1 women’s soccer colleges:

The highest level of athletic competition. For many student-athletes, the allure of competing at the D1 level lies in wanting to play against the best athletes. While there are tremendous athletes at every level, D1 college women’s soccer teams will have the deepest bench, and the average level of competition will usually be higher than the other division levels.
The largest athletic budgets. It’s no coincidence that D1 college women’s soccer teams often have the newest equipment and the best facilities. They tend to have larger athletic budgets and can often spend more money on their sports teams.
Large campus and class sizes. At the D1 level, student-athletes will likely be on a campus with thousands of other students. Especially freshman year, student-athletes will have large lectures and may be taught by a teaching assistant, or someone other than their professor. This means athletes need to really stay on top of their schoolwork.
On D1 college women’s soccer teams, athletes will find serious competitors who were likely the best athletes on their own club and high school teams. They’ll be in the spotlight, competing and practicing year-round. If a student-athlete is ready to really commit to their sport, D1 might the right division level for them.

Worlds apart.

Thanks for the laugh.


To summarize this long winded diatribe that someone cut and pasted from wiki, there are some great atheletes at lower levels and higher levels but more at higher levels.
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Just to put things into proper perspective.

Jesuit HS today would destroy any iteration of NAIA Concordia or D2.

NAIA women’s soccer colleges: A college experience that fits many needs
For many student-athletes, the charm of NAIA women’s soccer colleges comes from their smaller class sizes and overall flexibility between athletics, academics and a social life. Here are a few key points that make NAIA women’s soccer colleges unique:

The campus and class size. NAIA women’s soccer schools tend to have smaller campuses and class sizes, and many student-athletes prefer to get to know their professors. There can also be a strong sense of community, rather than feeling like just a number in a sea of students.
Flexibility in the recruiting process. The NAIA leaves recruiting up to the colleges—there’s no recruiting calendars or rules to memorize. Coaches at NAIA women’s soccer schools can recruit at any time and by any means they see fit. NAIA schools can be a good option for athletes who bloomed later or got their recruiting process started later.
The balance between athletics, academics and a social life. NAIA women’s soccer colleges are known for their ability to accommodate student-athletes’ interests. If student-athletes want to study abroad, have an on-campus job or join another extracurricular activity, an NAIA women’s soccer college might be a good fit for them.
NAIA schools offer student-athletes the opportunity to be just that: students and athletes. While they’ll be expected to train hard and play harder, they can take advantage of the other activities college has to offer. Plus, they’ll be surrounded by a close-knit community of students, professors, administrative staff and athletes.

compared to Division I

NCAA Division 1 women’s soccer colleges: Compete at the highest level
D1 college women’s soccer colleges are known for their competitive teams and athletic rigor. Here are a few distinguishing factors of D1 women’s soccer colleges:

The highest level of athletic competition. For many student-athletes, the allure of competing at the D1 level lies in wanting to play against the best athletes. While there are tremendous athletes at every level, D1 college women’s soccer teams will have the deepest bench, and the average level of competition will usually be higher than the other division levels.
The largest athletic budgets. It’s no coincidence that D1 college women’s soccer teams often have the newest equipment and the best facilities. They tend to have larger athletic budgets and can often spend more money on their sports teams.
Large campus and class sizes. At the D1 level, student-athletes will likely be on a campus with thousands of other students. Especially freshman year, student-athletes will have large lectures and may be taught by a teaching assistant, or someone other than their professor. This means athletes need to really stay on top of their schoolwork.
On D1 college women’s soccer teams, athletes will find serious competitors who were likely the best athletes on their own club and high school teams. They’ll be in the spotlight, competing and practicing year-round. If a student-athlete is ready to really commit to their sport, D1 might the right division level for them.

Worlds apart.

Thanks for the laugh.
If you can coach then it shows thru at any level. Being successful at lower levels shows that someone has ability. Would rather have a successful coach coming from lower level or club them an assistant from a great program with no proven ability to be a head coach. OSU's current womens basketball coach showed successfully at George Fox (i think) before OSU and the baseball coach did also. That seemed to work out ok.
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Colleges usually require a college degree.
Did Clive have a degree?
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Did Clive have a degree?
Maybe not academic, but he was a good man.
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Did Clive have a degree?
He had a UK passport, which at the time made him an expert.
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He had a UK passport, which at the time made him an expert.
LOL, still does!!
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Just to put things into proper perspective.

Jesuit HS today would destroy any iteration of NAIA Concordia or D2.

NAIA women’s soccer colleges: A college experience that fits many needs
For many student-athletes, the charm of NAIA women’s soccer colleges comes from their smaller class sizes and overall flexibility between athletics, academics and a social life. Here are a few key points that make NAIA women’s soccer colleges unique:

The campus and class size. NAIA women’s soccer schools tend to have smaller campuses and class sizes, and many student-athletes prefer to get to know their professors. There can also be a strong sense of community, rather than feeling like just a number in a sea of students.
Flexibility in the recruiting process. The NAIA leaves recruiting up to the colleges—there’s no recruiting calendars or rules to memorize. Coaches at NAIA women’s soccer schools can recruit at any time and by any means they see fit. NAIA schools can be a good option for athletes who bloomed later or got their recruiting process started later.
The balance between athletics, academics and a social life. NAIA women’s soccer colleges are known for their ability to accommodate student-athletes’ interests. If student-athletes want to study abroad, have an on-campus job or join another extracurricular activity, an NAIA women’s soccer college might be a good fit for them.
NAIA schools offer student-athletes the opportunity to be just that: students and athletes. While they’ll be expected to train hard and play harder, they can take advantage of the other activities college has to offer. Plus, they’ll be surrounded by a close-knit community of students, professors, administrative staff and athletes.

compared to Division I

NCAA Division 1 women’s soccer colleges: Compete at the highest level
D1 college women’s soccer colleges are known for their competitive teams and athletic rigor. Here are a few distinguishing factors of D1 women’s soccer colleges:

The highest level of athletic competition. For many student-athletes, the allure of competing at the D1 level lies in wanting to play against the best athletes. While there are tremendous athletes at every level, D1 college women’s soccer teams will have the deepest bench, and the average level of competition will usually be higher than the other division levels.
The largest athletic budgets. It’s no coincidence that D1 college women’s soccer teams often have the newest equipment and the best facilities. They tend to have larger athletic budgets and can often spend more money on their sports teams.
Large campus and class sizes. At the D1 level, student-athletes will likely be on a campus with thousands of other students. Especially freshman year, student-athletes will have large lectures and may be taught by a teaching assistant, or someone other than their professor. This means athletes need to really stay on top of their schoolwork.
On D1 college women’s soccer teams, athletes will find serious competitors who were likely the best athletes on their own club and high school teams. They’ll be in the spotlight, competing and practicing year-round. If a student-athlete is ready to really commit to their sport, D1 might the right division level for them.

Worlds apart.

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I am a Jesuit “homer” and Jesuit would get destroyed by Concordia. They would give up double digits goals
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I am a Jesuit “homer” and Jesuit would get destroyed by Concordia. They would give up double digits goals
I am not sure double digits, but outplayed by a long shot? YES.
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