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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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OAKLAND
Suburban Detroit school, new to D-I, made top 40 in three women's sports (softball, basketball, soccer); no FB team

PORTLAND STATE
I-AA FB team was 7-4, had nation's No. 4 offense; hoops arena being renovated; former Miss America Katie Harmon is a junior

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M
Texas school 7-110 in FB since 1991; noted for engineering, nursing programs; once called "black Notre Dame" for its academics

QUINNIPIAC
Conn. school made hockey NCAAs; just changed nickname from Braves to Bobcats; moved up from D-II in 1998; no FB

RADFORD
Highlanders from Va. had first losing hoops season in 11 years; no FB team; just opened new track-soccer stadium

RHODE ISLAND
Dorms overlook FB field, so students grill and watch games from roofs; new hoops and skating arenas; has synchro-swim club

RIDER
Ludacris performed at Midnight Madness; N.J. school named for cranberry mogul Andre Rider; alum: Digger Phelps

ROBERT MORRIS
Pa. school named for patriot; ex-Jets coach Joe Walton led FB to 6-3 mark; big campus draw: Fight Night student boxing

SACRED HEART
Pioneers from Conn. went 11—0 in I-AA FB; also good in wrestling, women's sports (bowling top 15); moved up to D-I in '99

[Square Hat]ST. BONAVENTURE
Bonnies' hoops team made NIT; raucous home court; students sit together by dorm floors; no FB at small Buffalo-area school

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