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07-21-2013, 10:22 PM
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Closest NCAA Div 1 School to NYC?

Is Quinnipiac the closest program to NYC? I'm not sure if I'm missing something.

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07-21-2013, 10:23 PM
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Is Quinnipiac the closest program to NYC? I'm not sure if I'm missing something.
maybe yale?

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I'd like to know the answer to this as well.

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Ya, looks like Yale would be slightly closer than Quinnipiac.

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Also Sacred Heart is close.

Here's a good map:



http://billsportsmaps.com/wp-content...endances_n.gif

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Sacred Heart, Princeton, Army, Quinnipiac, and Yale are the closest to NYC

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Sacred Heart, Army, and Princeton are all about an hour according to google maps and between 50 and 60 miles away.

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Don't forget UConn.

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07-24-2013, 04:42 AM
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Please be more specific... For hockey?? Or a division 1 program?? U have non hockey division 1 rutgers, manhattan college, LIU, Wagner, st Francis, St. John's, seton hall, St. Peter's...

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Please be more specific... For hockey?? Or a division 1 program?? U have non hockey division 1 rutgers, manhattan college, LIU, Wagner, st Francis, St. John's, seton hall, St. Peter's...
Being its a hockey board, I think it was specific enough!

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West Point. Army.

Hopefully with the new arena being built in the Bronx, which is supposed to have a large enough capacity arena for a minor pro team, NYU will finally step up with the big boys. Not holding my breath, though.

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Being its a hockey board, I think it was specific enough!
The thread started with OT....

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West Point. Army.

Hopefully with the new arena being built in the Bronx, which is supposed to have a large enough capacity arena for a minor pro team, NYU will finally step up with the big boys. Not holding my breath, though.
They're closer than Fordham is right now. And they'd only have to be D3, which would leave room for a few players to stay on the team while Fordham would have to bring in a full roster to be a D1 team. A lot of the NYU guys are Junior A players who took the year off to try to go D1 and couldn't. I plan on trying out in a few weeks actually.

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07-24-2013, 06:51 AM
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Sacred Heart, Army, and Princeton are all about an hour according to google maps and between 50 and 60 miles away.
In metro NYC, you can ignore any online service's timing estimation, since it's entirely traffic-dependent.

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I've been waiting for my Lions to establish a D1 program for years :\

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Yay, good old Holy Cross is on that map

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I used to love going to West Point games as a kid. Also, if you get a chance, check out a Yale/Harvard or Yale/Cornell game in New Haven.

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UConn's joining Hockey East in 2014-15 and moving their games to Hartford. Still a bit of a troop but I'd say worth it for the BC, BU, ND, Vermont games

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In metro NYC, you can ignore any online service's timing estimation, since it's entirely traffic-dependent.
Not to mention it can take well over an hour just to get from one side of NYC to the other.

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Union isn't too much further than some of these other places mentioned, and has been pretty good the last few years!

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I've been waiting for my Lions to establish a D1 program for years :\
As in Nittany Lions?

Gonna be brutal for you the first couple years. Pretty tough conference (but not nearly as stacked as the WCHA). It's too bad Minnesota lost so many key players to the pros, imagine what they could've done in the big 10.

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As in Nittany Lions?

Gonna be brutal for you the first couple years. Pretty tough conference (but not nearly as stacked as the WCHA). It's too bad Minnesota lost so many key players to the pros, imagine what they could've done in the big 10.
I'm assuming he means Columbia.

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I'm curious what makes you so curious.

NCAA hockey is just about the best thing since sliced bread. If you're looking to become a fan then good choice.

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