2008 centennial conference wrestling meet

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2008 centennial conference wrestling meet

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Albright College - Albright has been an official member since at least the academic year. The college is currently a member of the Commonwealth and Middle Atlantic Conferences. Alfred University - Alfred was discussed in David B. Eavenson wrote that conference records show that Alfred joined the MAC sometime after but does not give either the year or the source of this information. Alfred University is not mentioned in any conference records. The switched membership to the Commonwealth Conference in June American University - American was an official member between and when they departed with 10 other larger schools to form the East Coast Conference.

American returned to the MAC as an Associate Member no voting, scheduling or championship participation rights for two academic years and In they moved from the Freedom to Commonwealth Conference. Bucknell remained in the conference as an Associate Member not voting, scheduling or championship participation rights from through Bucknell was also discussed in David B. Eavenson wrote that conference records show that Bucknell joined the MAC sometime after but does not give either the year or the sources of this information.

LeRoy Mercer, conference secretary, editor. Columbia Univeristy - Columbia was an official member of the conference form though when they left in disagreement over the MAC's first official reorganization.

Columbia was also discussed in David B. He also wrote that although Columbia was not represented as one of the 13 colleges and universities in attendance at the inception meeting of the conference inthey were one of five additional institutions that approved the original plan for the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Delaware Valley College - Delaware Valley became a member of the conference during the academic year. The college is currently a member of the Freedom and Middle Atlantic Conferences. The university is currently a member of the Freedom and Middle Atlantic Conferences. The school became DeSales University in Dickinson College - Dickinson was represented at the very first gathering in and participated in the first conference track and field championship in Dickinson is listed in official records as having held conference membership at least from through when 10 schools departed to form the Centennial Conference.

Dickinson was further discussed in David B. Eavenson wrote that conference records show that Dickinson was not represented as one of the 13 colleges and universities in attendance at the inception meeting of the conference in nor as one of the five institutions who did not attend the meeting but that did approve the original plan.

2008 centennial conference wrestling meet

Craver was one of four members on the MAC's Executive Committee in ; the first known assembly of this administrativ sub-group. Drew University - Drew became a member of the conference during the academic year.

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Drexel University - Formerly both Drexel Institute of Technology and Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry, Drexel was a member of the conference during the academic year and remained until when 11 larger schools departed to form the East Coast Conference.

Drexel remained in the conference as an Associate member no voting, schedulign or championship participation rights from through Drexel was alos discussed in David B. Eavenson wrote that conference records show that Drexel joined the MAC sometime after but does not give either the year or the source of this information.

The university was also represented at the inception meeting of the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Conference on April 23, and, as such, is sometimes listed as one of hte conference's original 13 members. Elizabethtown College - Elizabethtown offiially became a member of the conference during the academic year. The schol was listed among the membership during the annual meeting minutes but it was noted that they would not join the conference officially until the following academic year.

2008 centennial conference wrestling meet

The college is currenlty a member of the Commonwealth and Middle Atlantic Conferences. Fairleigh Dickinson University, College at Florham Madison, originally - Fairleigh Dickinson became a member of the conference during the academic year.

The college was also represented at the inception meeting of the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Conference on April 23, and, as such, is sometimes listed as one of the conference's original 13 members.

2008 centennial conference wrestling meet

Eavenson wrote that Frank C. Garwood is listed as Secretary-Treasurer in There are no other records until when Samuel C. Palmer of Swarthmore College was named to this position. It is not known if Garfield held the position from to However, Eavenson does note that Garfield returned to the role of Secretary-Treasurer in Gettysburg is listed in official records as having held conference membership from at least thorugh when 10 schools departed to form the Centennial Conference.

However, the school did not participate in the inception meeting of the MASCAA on May 16, nor compete in the inaugural track and field championship the following day. Babbitt was one of four members on the MAC's Executive Committee in ; the first known assembly of this adminstrative sub-group. Haverford is listed in official records as having held conference membership from at least through when 10 schools departed to form the Centennial Conference.

Hofstra University - Formerly Hofstra College, Hofstra became a membre of the conference during the academic year and remained until Hofstra returned to the MAC as an Associate Member no voting, scheduling or championship participation rights for two academic years and The school became Hofstra University in Johns Hopkins University - Johns Hopkins is listed in official records as having held conference membership from at least through when 10 schools departed to form the Centennial Conference.

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Johns Hopkins was also discussed in David B. Eavenson wrote that conference records show that Johns Hopkins joined the MAC sometime after but does not give either the year or the sourse of this information.

2008 centennial conference wrestling meet

He also wrote that although Johns Hopkins was not represented as one of the 13 colleges and universities in attendance at the inception meeting of the conference inthey were one of five institutions that approved the original plan for the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Thompson was one of four members on the MAC's Executive Committee inthe first known assembly of this administrative sub-group. Juniata College - Juniata is listed in official records as having held conference membership since at least Juniata was also discussed in David B.

Eavenson wrote that conference records show that Juniata joined the MAC sometime after but does not give either the year or the source of this information. King's College - King's became a member of the conference during the academic year.

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Eavenson also wrote that Lafayette hosted the first annual meeting of the "Association" on May 16,though official conference minutes list the gathering as the 25th annual. This would suggest that the April 23, "inception" meeting in Philadelphia, also discussed in Eavenson's history, is accepted as the first annual meeting.

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The 13 colleges that attended the Philadelphia meeting are referred in varioius records as the original 13 members, thus adding credence to this assumption. Nevertheless, Lafayette did host the conference's first sporting event, the first annual track meet, on May 17, Ironically, there is no record of Lafayette having attended the Philadelphia meeting, and, as such, they are not recognized by some as an original member. Lafayette was a member of the conference from at least the academic year and remained until when 11 larger schools departed to form the East Coast Conference.

Lafayette remained in the conference as an Associate Member no voting, scheduling or championship participation rights from through LaSalle University - Formerly LaSalle College, LaSalle became a member of the conference during the academic year and remained until when 11 larger schools departed to form the East Coast Conference. LaSalle remained in the conference as an Associate Member no voting, scheduling or championship participation rights for two academic years and The school became LaSalle University in Lebanon Valley College - Lebanon Valley was the only school not in attendance at the questioned first annual meeting of the "Association," held at Lafayette College on May 16,to participated in the first annual track meet the next day.

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Eavenson wrote that Lebanon Valle withdrew from the Association sometime in the years after but does not give either the year or the source of this information.

This would of course imply that the college was a member of the conference sometime during this time period. Regardless, Lebanon Valley has been an official member since at least academic year. Eavenson also wrote that although Lehigh was not represented as one of hte 13 colleges and universities in attendance at the inception meeting of the conference inthey were one of five institutions that approved the original plan for the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Kanaly was one of four members on the MAC's Executive Committee inthe first known assembly of this administrative sub-group. Lehigh was a member of the conference from at least the academic year and remained until when 11 larger schools departed to form the East Coast Conference.

Lehigh was in the conference as an Associate Member no voting, scheduling or championship participation rights from through They do not appear to have been associated with the conference in any manner during the academic year.

They were also represented at the first annual meeting of the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletics Association on May 16, and competed in the inaugural track and field championship the following day. In addition, a Muhlenberg official was in attendance at the inception meeting of the Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Conference on April 23, and, as such, the school is sometimes listed as one of the conference's original 13 members. Stanton finished as the school's all-time leading scorer, until his record was broken by Shattuck in Small's teams have continued to rewrite the school and Centennial Conference record book as Small has coached the all-time scoring leader Shattuckrebounds leader Steve Erfle and assists and steals leader Mike McGarvey.

Several players have also set single-season Centennial and school marks under Small. Before stopping in Collegeville, Small had prior coaching experience in the Centennial serving as an assistant at Haverford and at Ursinus as an assistantand also served on the staff at Swarthmore He is the chair of the Centennial Conference men's basketball committee and also serves on the ECAC men's basketball selection committee.

Fromhe served on the NCAA men's basketball championship selection committee. We want to build the premier basketball program in the Centennial Conference and in the Middle Atlantic region. We want to create a basketball family - a group of coaches and young men who are very close, who treat each other with tremendous respect, and who carry themselves with class and dignity at all times.

We want to build a program that competes each winter against the toughest competition. And lastly, we want to mentor great men - during their four years in our family, we want our players grow into great leaders and men of courage, integrity and loyalty.