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THE REST OF DIVISION I
October 07, 2002
These 124 schools didn't make this year's SI 200—some just missed—but next year they can again give it the old college try
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October 07, 2002

The Rest Of Division I

These 124 schools didn't make this year's SI 200—some just missed—but next year they can again give it the old college try

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[Square Hat] MANHATTAN
Lacrosse made NCAAs, basketball the NIT; seventh-inning stretch invented by Jaspers baseball coach in 1880s; no FB

MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE
Art Shell's alma mater a small (3,400 undergrads), historically black college; loves hoops, but team went 11-18

MERCER
Bears from Ga. made top 40 in soccer; hoops a dismal 6-23; has campuswide Midnight Madness, with fireworks; no FB

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE
Jerry Rice's alma mater 0-11 in FB but hired new coach: ex-Delta Devils QB Willie Totten, who set 75 I-AA records passing to Rice

MISSOURI- KANSAS CITY
Alma mater of Casey Stengel and Don Fehr has no baseball team; kangaroo mascot first drawn by Walt Disney; No. 17 in soccer

MONMOUTH
Hawks from N.J. had winning marks in all major sports; scored in track NCAAs; Blue Crew fan group launched to enliven arena

MONTANA STATE
No. 16 in skiing; hoops made NIT; cage-fighting a club sport; odd fan: Hairy Back Guy shaves MSU into hirsute back

MOREHEAD STATE
School in Ky. mountains is alma mater of Phil Simms; has won 16 national cheerleading titles; holds IM turkey shoot

MORGAN STATE
Baltimore school redid FB stadium for 2-9 Bears; hoops coach is Butch Beard; cheer: "Don't take no mess!"; famed cheerleaders

MORRIS BROWN
Rough D-I debut for Atlanta school named for noted Episcopal bishop; Wolverines went 4-25 in men's hoops, 2-23 in women's

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