I am currently coming up with trivia questions to ask the “kids” for our traditional Christmas Eve present opening. We share Christmas Eve with a few families and the kids open the gifts from the other families. At some point awhile back I started allowing presents to be opened based on answering trivia questions. The…… Continue reading Happy Holidays!
There are a lot of interesting little stories buried in the EADA Data so I thought today I would muse on a few that I found. Remember that this data is from 2016. I had mentioned in my EADA post that Sul Ross State had a rodeo team. What I didn’t realize at the time…… Continue reading Thursday Musing (12/20/18)
As many of you know my daughter played DIII volleyball for four years starting in 2013. There were a lot of factors that went into choosing a school and a volleyball program. Things like the coach, the cost, the team, the location, the cost, the available majors, the student/professor ratios and, of course, the cost.…… Continue reading EADA Data
The 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-America NCAA Division III Volleyball Team was announced the other day and we have one selection from the West Region. Congratulations to Sarah Paolini of Mary Hardin-Baylor for her selection to the second team! This is the second year in a row Sarah has received this honor. Sarah has a…… Continue reading Academic All-America Team
Update #1 – Because I didn’t make it clear…this post covers the teams outside of the West Region. There are four posts on the site that cover each of the West Region conferences. Update #2 – As I wrote “Update #1”, I realized I forgot Mills College and UC Santa Cruz. I was going to…… Continue reading Statistics Loss – Top 25+
The final West Region conference we will look at with respect to graduation statistics loss will be the ASC. I will look at the Top 25 later this week and that post will include Mills College and UC Santa Cruz, as well. So far we’ve seen two conferences that will hold steady or improve in…… Continue reading Statistics Loss – ASC
Two conferences in the books! You can find the SCAC statistics here and the SCIAC statistics here. With this post we’ll dive into the NWC. As we’ve seen in the previous two posts, the statistics loss was pretty similar between the conferences…that will not be the case with the NWC. As a reminder… I’ve done…… Continue reading Statistics Loss – NWC