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MWC Teams in 2018-2019 Tournaments:

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Cayman Islands Classic: Akron, Boise St, Clemson, Creighton, Georgia, Illinois St, St. Bonaventure, TBA

Maui Invitational: Arizona, Auburn, Duke, Gonzaga, Illinois, Iowa St, San Diego St, Xavier 

Wooden Legacy: Fresno St, Hawaii, La Salle, Miami, Northwestern, Seton Hall, Utah, TBA

Suncoast Classic: Home: Boston College, Mississippi, Richmond and Wyoming Away: Grambling St, Niagara, TBA, TBA

Diamond Head Classic: Bucknell, Charlotte, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana St, Rhode Island, TCU and UNLV.

 

Nevada, Colorado St, Utah St, San Jose St, New Mexico and Air Force not schedules for any tournaments at this time

 

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9 hours ago, wolfpack1 said:

Cayman Islands Classic: Akron, Boise St, Clemson, Creighton, Georgia, Illinois St, St. Bonaventure, TBA

Maui Invitational: Arizona, Auburn, Duke, Gonzaga, Illinois, Iowa St, San Diego St, Xavier 

Wooden Legacy: Fresno St, Hawaii, La Salle, Miami, Northwestern, Seton Hall, Utah, TBA

Suncoast Classic: Home: Boston College, Mississippi, Richmond and Wyoming Away: Grambling St, Niagara, TBA, TBA

Diamond Head Classic: Bucknell, Charlotte, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana St, Rhode Island, TCU and UNLV.

 

Nevada, Colorado St, Utah St, San Jose St, New Mexico and Air Force not schedules for any tournaments at this time

 

Maui Invitational: Arizona, Auburn, Duke, Gonzaga, Illinois, Iowa St, San Diego St, Xavier.

One if these teams is gonna have to drop out, because you shouldn’t be playing a conference mate in OOC play! 

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6 minutes ago, LoboMan59 said:

Maui Invitational: Arizona, Auburn, Duke, Gonzaga, Illinois, Iowa St, San Diego St, Xavier.

One if these teams is gonna have to drop out, because you shouldn’t be playing a conference mate in OOC play! 

I was reading on the Gonzaga board that there is precedence for a teams remaining in it if they were in different conferences at the time of the invite. I don't remember the example they used though.

 

Either way, I'm really frustrated at Nevada's lack of OOC tournaments. All 3 years Muss has been here we've played in crappy tournaments with low majors. It's a great way to get neutral games against good teams. Not sure why we aren't being invited?

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Is there a limit? Like, a team can only play in one tournament every other year or two, or something like that, due to having to stay within a certain number of games allowed per year?

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17.3.5 number of Contests.

17.3.5.1 Maximum Limitations—Institutional. An institution shall limit its total regular-season playing schedule with outside competition in basketball during the playing season to one of the following (except for those contests excluded under Bylaw 17.3.5.3): (Revised: 4/27/06 effective 8/1/06) (a) 27 contests (games or scrimmages) and one qualifying regular-season multiple-team event per Bylaw 17.3.5.1.1; or (b) 29 contests (games or scrimmages) during a playing season in which the institution does not participate in a qualifying regular-season multiple-team event.

17.3.5.1.1 Qualifying Regular-Season Multiple-Team Event. A qualifying regular-season multipleteam event is one in which: (Revised: 4/27/06 effective 8/1/06, 4/26/07 effective 8/1/07, 1/15/11 effective 8/1/11) (a) The event is sponsored by the NCAA, an active or affiliated member or a member conference of the Association and must take place in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Canada, Mexico or the United States or one of its territories;  (b) The event includes not more than four contests per institution and concludes not later than 14 days after the first contest of the event; (c) Participation is limited, by conference, to one team per conference and, by institution, to not more than once in the same event in any four-year period; and (d) Each participating institution is using Bylaw 17.3.5.1-(a) as its maximum contest limitation for the playing season in which it participates in the event.

17.3.5.1.1.1 Hawaii/Alaska/Puerto Rico Exception. An active Division I institution located in Hawaii, Alaska or Puerto Rico that serves as the sponsor of a qualifying regular-season multipleteam event is not required to count its participation in the event as its one qualifying regular-season multiple-team event pursuant to Bylaw 17.3.5.1-(a), provided the event is conducted in the institution’s state or territory and the institution counts all contests of the event in which it is a participant toward its maximum contest limitations. Such an event qualifies as a qualifying regular-season multiple-team event for the other participating institutions, provided all such institutions use Bylaw 17.3.5.1-(a) as the maximum contest limitation for the playing season in which they participate in the event. (Adopted: 6/13/06) 

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11 hours ago, wolfpack1 said:

Nevada, Colorado St, Utah St, San Jose St, New Mexico and Air Force not schedules for any tournaments at this time

SJSU is scheduled to play in the De La Salle high school tournament in November.

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11 hours ago, wolfpack1 said:

Cayman Islands Classic: Akron, Boise St, Clemson, Creighton, Georgia, Illinois St, St. Bonaventure, TBA

Maui Invitational: Arizona, Auburn, Duke, Gonzaga, Illinois, Iowa St, San Diego St, Xavier 

Wooden Legacy: Fresno St, Hawaii, La Salle, Miami, Northwestern, Seton Hall, Utah, TBA

Suncoast Classic: Home: Boston College, Mississippi, Richmond and Wyoming Away: Grambling St, Niagara, TBA, TBA

Diamond Head Classic: Bucknell, Charlotte, Colorado, Hawaii, Indiana St, Rhode Island, TCU and UNLV.

 

Nevada, Colorado St, Utah St, San Jose St, New Mexico and Air Force not schedules for any tournaments at this time

 

I wonder if Nevada did not want a Tourney.

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1 hour ago, LoboMan59 said:

Is there a limit? Like, a team can only play in one tournament every other year or two, or something like that, due to having to stay within a certain number of games allowed per year?

There are also not as many tournaments as they used to be either, as with rule changes and such about tournaments some have shut down. Great Alaskan Shootout is no more, Maui is set up for a few years in the future, and with some they want named teams from the P5. 

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3 minutes ago, MWC said:

I wonder if Nevada did not want a Tourney.

Depending on the rules maybe they can't either? There are other tournaments who have not announce any participants yet either.

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2 hours ago, bigd said:

 

Either way, I'm really frustrated at Nevada's lack of OOC tournaments. All 3 years Muss has been here we've played in crappy tournaments with low majors. It's a great way to get neutral games against good teams. Not sure why we aren't being invited?

Nevada does have a wide open schedule for next year. The only contracted games I know of is Rhode Island, Davidson and Pacific. If they do the MWC vs. MVC challenge again I would predict Loyola-Chicago on the road. 

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