* - Sunday and Monday games will be played at Youngstown State if the Penguins advance past the quarterfinals. If YSU does not advance to the semifinals, the remainder of the tournament will be played at the home of the highest remaining seed entering the semifinals.
Yep, and with Youngstown State in 8th place right now, it would have to beat Cleveland State at home then beat the No. 1 seed on the road in order to get to host the semis and finals. A tough task indeed.
Post by SRT4driver on Feb 13, 2006 12:22:35 GMT -6
Edit: Nevermind. That's a truly dumb format. YSU playing on the road in the 1st actual round when they're the host school? I wonder why the women's championship doesn't adopt the men's format?
Last Edit: Feb 13, 2006 12:38:16 GMT -6 by SRT4driver
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Nope. YSU would be on the road against the No. 1 seed in the quarterfinals:
Quarterfinals Thurs., Mar. 2 @ Higher Seed
"Sunday and Monday games will be played at Youngstown State in 2006 if they advance past the quarterfinals. If the Penguins do not advance to the semifinals, the remainder of the tournament will be played at the home of the highest-remaining seed entering the semifinals."