6/16/2013 12:43 PM
P.S.  Oops, switched alts and didn't realize it.  Anyway, this  got me the C that LL316 was referring to.
6/16/2013 1:21 PM
Posted by ll316 on 6/16/2013 12:41:00 PM (view original):
Posted by chapelhillne on 6/16/2013 12:22:00 PM (view original):
Posted by skinzfan36 on 6/16/2013 1:30:00 AM (view original):
D3 to D1 jump is not too difficult so long as you stay in the same place for awhile and show success there instead of job jumping all the time. I was at La Grange for 18 seasons before I made the jump (although I was qualified 4-5 seasons prior). I didn't have amazing success but the school also hadn't won a single tournament game before I got there.

http://www.whatifsports.com/hd/CoachProfile/Default.aspx?uid=680517&wid=10
Three coaches from the USA South jumped from D3 to D1 in the Ivy league in the same year (Me, skinzfan36, and toknowpepsi). That's the same conference patsfan is in now. One more coach may jump this year to coach Columbia. Even with the success I had a t Palm Beach Atlantic, I didn't qualify for may teams at all, despite all of the national championships. I think the best prestige I could get was like a D+, which was kind of frustrating.
A D+?  This past job cycle, I was a long shot for 1 C prestige and a quite a few C-'s.  That's surprising to me that you didn't have more choices.
Maybe I am not remembering right. I was set on going to the Ivy League, since several of us were making the move at one time, so that we could fill the conference.
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