I asked David Albright about expansion during chat today
Rob (Boulder, CO): Where do you see colleges adding hockey in the future?
David Albright: (4:22 PM ET ) There are always the Title IX implications to consider, so that may limit some schools from moving forward. There's been some interesting talk about the possibility of a Big Ten conference if one more school sponsors the sport. I would say Penn State is the most likely candidate there, although Illinois might be a possibility considering the success of its club team. And it would be really interesting if the Pac-10 schools could somehow get involved as there are several good club teams out West. Also, I've never really understood why Syracuse doesn't play hockey.
KENNESAW, Ga. — Kennesaw State University would become the latest member of the CHA if the school's president, Dr. Betty L. Siegel, approves the athletic department's plan to add men's ice hockey as a varsity sport and to apply for league membership.
Kennesaw State, located 20 miles north of Atlanta, would announce its intentions to add men's hockey as a varsity sport this summer, pending the approval, and would look to join the CHA. Approval by Siegel could come as soon as this week.