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hofpridefan

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Would like to hear the proper ruling on this one.


Ncaa website, under “One-Time Transfer Exception”
http://www.ncaa.org/student-athletes/current/transfer-terms
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I maybe wrong but last year I believe Sara Edwards transfered to Hofstra in December of 2016  She was not on the roster in the fall.
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Ncaa website, under “One-Time Transfer Exception” http://www.ncaa.org/student-athletes/current/transfer-terms


Interesting. JMU and/or Coach LaPorte would have to grant her release though. Why they would do that would be beyond comprehension, especially since Good is their ONLY hope to have a winning season. 

Thanks hofpridefan
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If she finishes and graduates in Dec of 2017 she is free and clear to go as a grad transfer.
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Also how many Commits did Mickey Dean take with him to Auburn.
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Also how many Commits did Mickey Dean take with him to Auburn.
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I haven't heard if any commits changing and going with Dean but, we will know next week during the NLI signing period.

Ye sure if Good is ahead of schedule to graduate I guess she could go. 
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I haven't heard if any commits changing and going with Dean but, we will know next week during the NLI signing period.

Ye sure if Good is ahead of schedule to graduate I guess she could go. 



I can't see any transferring to Auburn, unless they are studs. Like Good
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I can't see any transferring to Auburn, unless they are studs. Like Good


I would think Dean was real careful and there was some sort of "understanding" when he decided to leave about pilfering his current roster, especially Good. And no doubt there are a few kids on the current roster who could easily play for him @ Auburn. Just because it's Auburn doesn't necessarily mean the talent is automatically better. Remember, he beat SEC schools enough during his tenure @ JMU...

I bet he'd love to have some of his now 'former' JMU players to help "install" his team culture into the Auburn program. 

What will be interesting is when some of his former commits want to change their mind & follow him to Auburn. Big question there is would he be interested enough to take them? Recently he's had to deal with just trying to stop the bleeding of Myers commits so he can see what they recruited. No doubt some quality talent has already changed their minds & left.


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I don't know enough about the JMU recruiting classes past this year to comment, but besides Good who on this year's roster would contribute in the SEC? In the past, there was a Catcher, a couple Infielders and of course JJ that were really talented, but I'm not sure the rest are at that level.
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I don't know enough about the JMU recruiting classes past this year to comment, but besides Good who on this year's roster would contribute in the SEC? In the past, there was a Catcher, a couple Infielders and of course JJ that were really talented, but I'm not sure the rest are at that level.


Then he managed some pretty good wins against SEC programs. 

Dean didn't put a bad product on the field. His kids year to year could mostly play with any program they faced. No doubt his starting roster wasn't as deep as the top programs year to year. I'd argue take better part of some of his starting lineups from JMU, & plug them in @ Auburn, with him as coach, they'd be viewed as just another stud SEC roster. 

Some very, very good players get lost in the mix of the CAA.
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Don't disagree that the supporting cast in the past had SEC quality players. I'm just not sure who would be at that level currently. They've lost the majority of that talent and the remaining players haven't shown the same consistency out of CAA play. 
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Good is NOT on schedule to graduate early.  She will be in the JMU purple for her senior year. 
TruDat

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Oh well. The rest of the CAA should just resign themselves to sitting home for the regionals.
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2018 Schedules Released:
Delaware http://www.bluehens.com/SportSelect.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=29100&SPID=110407&SPSID=670258
Drexel http://drexeldragons.com/schedule.aspx?path=softball
Hofstra not yet released
JMU not yet released
Towson http://www.towsontigers.com/schedule.aspx?path=softball
Charleston http://www.cofcsports.com/schedule.aspx?path=softball
UNCW http://www.uncwsports.com/schedule.aspx?path=softball
Elon http://www.elonphoenix.com/schedule.aspx?path=softball
TruDat

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Drexel has an extremely weak schedule. Should result in a lot of wins.
SchmorMi

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I think a lot of teams could do a better job in pre-season as well as mid-week in the scheduling department...lots of weak opponents all around!
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I think a lot of teams could do a better job in pre-season as well as mid-week in the scheduling department...lots of weak opponents all around!


None of the CAA teams did anything noteworthy against P5 teams last year except JMU, so it isn't super surprising.

Drexel - 0 P5 opponents
Towson - 1 P5 opponent
Delaware - 4 P5 opponents
Charleston - 5 P5 opponents
UNCW - 3 P5 opponents
Elon - 5 P5 opponents

I expect to see Hofstra and JMU playing at least 5 apiece. 
hofpridefan

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I know for sure HU plays Florida State and Oregon in a tournament at FSU, and I assume there will be more P5s if the schedule is similar to what it usually is
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So what are the predictions for the CAA this season? JMU is obviously the favorite, but it will be interesting to see if they struggle without Dean running the show. Is Hofstra favored to finish second?
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So what are the predictions for the CAA this season? JMU is obviously the favorite, but it will be interesting to see if they struggle without Dean running the show. Is Hofstra favored to finish second?
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