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The 1st NS Academic Hockey Tournament EVERYTHING Thread

Postby Osterhalten » Sun Apr 07, 2024 8:46 pm

Welcome to Osterhalten for the first-ever NationStates Academic Hockey Tournament!

College Format:
8 groups of 5, with the top 2 in each group advancing to the knockout rounds.
High School Format:
3 groups of 5, with the top 2 in each group + the next two highest teams overall advancing to the knockout rounds.

Schedule + Cutoffs:
MD1 4/17 WED 2v5 3v4 1BYE - 3v5 1v2 4BYE
MD2 4/19 FRI 1v3 4v5 2BYE - 1v4 2v3 5 BYE
MD3 4/21 SUN 2v4 1v5 3BYE - 2v5 3v4 1BYE
MD4 4/23 TUE 3v5 1v2 4BYE - 1v3 4v5 2BYE
MD5 4/25 THU 1v4 2v3 5 BYE - 2v4 1v5 3BYE
Cutoffs will be at 6 PM Eastern Standard Time, with room to extend if requested.

College Groups:
Group 1
DOR - Naval Academy of Rava
UTA - Bingham Young University
AQU - Karlei University
DAH: University of Varsaviae
FAN - Université de Hermeville
Group 2
CDG - White Mountain College
OST - Vichelin University
WPD - Fedoro University
KIM - Lumikukkulat University
UTA - Utah State University
Group 3
ESL - Kineziologija Podgora
CRN - Crpostown University
BNJ - Moravica A&M University
ARD - Clearwell University
UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer
Group 4
OST - Grand University of Ingny
AMN - Harbin Sport University
TJU - Central State University
DEL - Medan State University
DAH: Sports Collegium ex Germania
Group 5
AMN - Heilongjiang University
CRN - Valeria State University
TJU - College of Portside
PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology
LIS - Universidade de Beaumont
Group 6
LIS - Universidade de Salinas
WPD - Bucketwood University
FAN - Université de Cherreyes
MIR - Aeolis University
ARD - Bale Union University
Group 7
CAD - Küsbon College
AQU - University of Telora
MIR - Collins University
ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora
BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University
Group 8
WST - Grand Wisteria College
UPI - University of the Plough Islands
CDG - Southern Victoriaville University
CAD - LeBois Santura
UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska

High School Groups:
Group 1
CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy
CRN - Kantver College
ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora
DAH - Ventus Pragae High School
OST - Woodward High School
Group 2
LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont
OST - Argonne-Durand Academy
CAD - Riverstone International School
CRN - Exetenia Public School
DAH - Berlin Athletics High School
Group 3
WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought
ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka
WPD - Pender HS
LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas
DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki

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RP Bonuses will be substantial as I wish to reward nations who are more invested in this tournament. For each team you roster, you will receive a half-matchday worth of RP bonus. Please also include a style modifier for each team, even if you do not make a full roster for them. A style modifier is a number from -5 to 5 that indicates how offensive or defensive your team plays. Teams with higher modifiers score more goals, yet allow more goals against and vice versa.

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Postby Osterhalten » Thu Apr 11, 2024 3:47 pm

Welcome to Osterhalten for the first-ever NationStates Academic Hockey Tournament!


This nation is a land of opposites, as just kilometers from dense, grand cities you find almost untouched wildlands. The Eastern third of the nation is extremely populated, mainly centered around Lake Charleston, the lifeblood of the East. It is on those beautiful shores that you'll find the nation's largest cities, the Osterhaltian centers of commerce and culture such as Ingny and Hauberg. Visit the old homes of royals at the Isomberg Palaces in Ingny, or walk through the old backbone of Osterhaltian's manufacturing industries revitalized post-industrial areas, such as The Mill District, in Hauberg. Both cities are also known for their beautiful and widespread Second Empire-style architecture. The pride and joy of Osterhalten, its refined and masterfully planned rail system which connects the nations centers of population, small and large alike. Take a high speed train from Ingny, along Lake Charleston's shores to Hauberg, and then on to the nation's capital, in the South-Central region, Dreamcliff. Nestled in an inlet along rocky shores on a vast ocean, Dreamcliff is home to the nation's bureaucracy and legislators, as well as some of the finest examples of Federal-style architecture in the world. All three cities have world-class infrastructure and public transport, including protected cycle lanes, metro and commuter rail systems, bus systems, and more. Transportation anywhere in the nation is a breeze. Moving further west, you reach the Malvestra Coast, a scenic coastal area with rocky bluffs and high peaks that provide amazing views of the water and towns tucked between the sea and mountains. Reaching the westernmost coast you'll find the highest mountains in the nation, providing a golden location for skiing, snowboarding and hiking, as well as some of the prettiest vistas in the nation. The various groups will be hosted in Osterhaltian Hockey League stadiums around the nation, and in venues in Ingny, Dreamcliff and Hauberg for the knockout matchups.

Getting in to Osterhalten is a simple affair: fly to one of the nation's three international airports in Comyard, Dreamcliff or Ingny. Why so few? Domestic plane travel has been outlawed, as there is simply no need for plane travel in the mid-sized nation with high-speed rail links to every city. From those airports, you can take rail to your final destination, be it Hauberg, Vigny, or Redchapel. You can also drive, yet it is far slower and less convenient. Teams will be provided with team-only rail cars that will attach on regularly scheduled trains, yet they may be declined if the team does not wish for this service. The nation is an island* and as such there are no external, non-plane connections to the Esportivan mainland (There are boats, but...).

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COLLEGE VENUES

GROUP 1
Fleet Arena, Capacity 21,900
Dreamcliff, Capital


Collegiate Group 1 will play its games at Fleet Arena, in Dreamcliff, the nation's capital. The arena, sponsored by a large shipping and delivery company, holds 21,900 fans and is one of the older OHL arenas, built in 1987. However, the arena has undergone extensive renovations to be able to host Dreamcliff Senators HC, a Premier League OHL team. Dreamcliff is a massive city of 10,294,000, second most in the nation. The nation's capital, like all Osterhaltian cities is dense at over 17,000 citizens per square kilometer. Dreamcliff is served by a well-functioning, massive metro rail system as well as a smaller commuter rail network. Getting around is no hassle with the 9 metro lines that criss-cross the city, serving every corner within the city limits and additional service outside. Dreamcliff is situated on the warm waters of the Grenoir Sea, providing easy access to water activities and beaches.

GROUP 2
Neubauer Arena, Capacity 22,650
Hauberg, Vichelin


Group 2 will play in Hauberg, in the home of the Hauberg Hurricanes. The arena is sponsored by Neubauer, which is a major manufacturing company centered in the area. Hauberg is the third largest city in the nation, falling just behind Dreamcliff with a population of 10,220,000. Situated right along the beaches of the vast Lake Charleston, Hauberg is traditionally a major manufacturing city that had a rough patch of a few decades when industry faltered in the 1940s. Yet when jobs returned to the area, it saw a major resurgence in the 1960s that has carried into today, making the city famous for its widespread industrial-style buildings that have been converted for all sorts of uses. The city is served by commuter, subway, tram and bus lines that run all hours of the day.

GROUP 3
Pike and Shield Arena, 23,000
Vigny, Burton


Vigny, a city of 4.3 million people on the warm waters of the Montcalm Bay plays host to Group 3. Pike + Shield Arena, sponsored by a major insurance company, is home to HC Vigny of the OHL Premier League. It is one of the newest OHL arenas, rebuilt in 2018. The city is one of the most well-off areas of the nation, and as a result is expensive to live in. Vigny boasts one of the premier old towns of Osterhalten, with buildings in the district dating back to 1600. The area is known for having some of the most devoted hockey fans in the entire country: its professional teams, small and large, haven't had a non-sellout game for 10 years. The city's commuter rail is the most efficient, well-run system in Osterhalten. The trains are fast and frequent and boast amenities not even seen on some long-distance trains.

GROUP 4
Avril Arena, 19,950
Krisposaa, New Conach


Krisposaa is the smallest of the 8 cities hosting groups, at a population of 979,000. Krisposaians are known around Osterhalten for loving plants, and as a result the city is filled with trees and greenery which has earned it the nickname “The Green Thumb”. Every street is tree-lined with window-boxes hanging out of a significant number of windows. This glorious greenery dies down during the winter, yet the massive Krisposaian parks system still delights under a covering of snow. The Avril Arena, named after a sustainable lumber company located in Krisposaa, is one of the smallest arenas currently in Premier League use, yet still large by most standards. The city’s gargantuan tram network connects the city with great efficiency.

GROUP 5
Renvalere Arena, 20,400
Darton, New Conach


Agribusiness is what makes this city go around: over 70% of major agricultural companies are headquartered in Darton. A substantial segment of the population is employed by either one of the many agribusiness companies or lumber companies who harvest from the forests of northeastern Osterhalten. These companies make their homes in old, large mills from the city’s industrial heyday. As a result, the Agri District makes for a good sightseeing walk for those interested in industrial history. Renvalere Arena is a newer arena, built to satisfy a growing demand for a larger arena in 2013. The city is serviced by commuter rail, metro and bus systems.

GROUP 6
The Forum at Marzstrasse. 22,600
Ingny, Ashcairn

Osterhalten’s largest city is undoubtedly the cultural and economic hub of the nation. You can walk along some of the nation’s best views of Charleston Lake on the Charleston Esplanade, flanked on the land side by the nation’s greatest attractions: the Isomberg Palace Complex, the grounds of the Grand University of Ingny and the Cosmopolitan Museum of Art among so many others. The Esplanade is unquestionably the must-see attraction of Osterhalten, as so much of the nation’s history is made and stored along it. Exploring the Palace Complex is worth a day on its own, as the museums within the grounds and the palace itself are so full of history and splendor that it would be a shame to miss any of it. Ingny is also home to the world’s largest metro system, a system so dense that you’re never further than five minutes from a station. The Forum hosted Group 1 of the 50th World Cup of Hockey, and has been proven as a suitable hosting location after a successful group stage with no hiccups.

GROUP 7
Philipsen Arena, 21,000
Lascoux, Bathurst


Primarily French-speaking Lascoux is home to the nation’s aerospace sector, with both the Osterhaltian Space Agency and numerous aerospace companies located within the city’s boundaries. The OSA launches rockets and satellites at the Brighton Space Center just outside of the city, making it a major tourist destination for those interested in spacefaring. Additionally, the city is home to sizable financial and medical sectors leading to the city being richer than most in the nation. However, there is a larger income gap with lower income groups earning less than in other cities as well. Philipsen Arena is sponsored by the largest aerospace manufacturing company in Osterhalten (fitting for Lascoux). The arena has some of the most amenities of any in Osterhalten, some considered trivial and unnecessary by buzzkill taxpayers.

GROUP 8
OstAirhalten Arena, 21,400
Comyard, Terrebonne


The fifth largest Osterhaltian city is known best for its cuisine: famed worldwide are its Commie (not communist, nickname for Comyard) grilled sandwiches and fries. Commie Sandwiches are large, gooey cheese, tomato, egg and meat sandwiches that are served with traditional Comyard Fries: fries also covered in cheese and egg. If that’s not your style, you can take in views of Lake Montrose, named for the city sitting on the opposite side of the lake from Comyard. Home to one of the nation’s three passenger airports, the city is the location one of the two main headquarters of OstAirhalten, the government-run passenger airline, which sponsors the arena of the Comyard Dukes.

HIGH SCHOOL VENUES
GROUP 1
The Forum at Marzstrasse, 22,600
Ingny, Ashcairn


GROUP 2
Neubauer Arena, Capacity 22,650
Hauberg, Vichelin


GROUP 3
Fleet Arena, Capacity 21,900
Dreamcliff, Capital
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Postby The Plough Islands » Thu Apr 11, 2024 4:30 pm

DISCOVER the Plough Islands;

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The flag of the Commonwealth of the Plough Islands is a triband of green and amber - the former a colour associated with the pine forests and rolling lowland plains of the islands since the 19th century, and the latter representing the golden age of socialist progress lying ahead of the new country - charged on the central stripe with the national coat of arms.

Thousands of kilometres from anywhere across the vast Celestial Ocean and often hidden away from the outside world in a thick cocoon of mist, it seems highly unlikely that civilisation ever found a foothold on the rocky archipelago that makes up the Commonwealth of the Plough Islands. And yet, despite their size and isolation - or, perhaps, because of it - the hundred and forty thousand people who call them home have thrived here, revelling in their stereotype of an unworldly backwater where life revolves around the factory and the cricket field, speaking English with a deliberate, gentle, tonal accent that hints at a deeper understanding of the multiverse, and remaining quietly yet fiercely proud of the socialist society they have nurtured in which to each is given according to his need.
Their story begins in the 18th century CE1, when British explorers led by captain Cornelius Sutton wintered over on the hitherto uninhabited islands during a cartographical expedition in 1747. Sutton reported favourably on their potential for settlement, writing of their relatively mild winters and apparently plentiful resources, and returned three years later with a royal charter and the first British settlers to begin what would be 210 years of imperial rule; he would give his name posthumously to the settlement that grew up around his landing site, which would become the colonial capital of Sutton. Gradually, after brief periods as a coaling station and then a penal colony, by the late 19th century the Plough Islands had become a stable and self-sustaining, if not profitable, enterprise, with waves of English and Highland Scots migration spreading to all seven main islands and stripping bare their lower slopes of pine trees to create a patchwork of mineshafts and wheat fields.
This prosperity only benefited a narrow élite of landowners and traders who controlled the colonial shipping lines; a combination of an economy that focused almost exclusively on resource extraction, particularly from the iron and nickel mines of Redcliff Island, and poor oversight from Britain owing to the islands' geographical distance from London, created a highly unequal society that in turn provided fertile ground for revolutionary ideals. As the population of the islands stagnated in the early 20th century, and political development ossified around the interests of the existing government, leftwing agitation among the workers of the islands began to crystallise in the development of a distinct Plough Islander identity, one that united the farmers, labourers, and miners of the colony in opposition to the ruling class. Under the banner of the Party of Socialists of the Plough Islands, and the leadership of Gabriel Sutcliffe, a tenant farmer from Waterfalls whose ideas were heavily influenced by the writings of Leon Trotsky and Hồ Chí Minh, the struggle ultimately succeeded in winning a negotiated transfer of power from Britain to an elected Socialist government in 1960, establishing the Plough Islands as an independent Marxist-Leninist republic.
The early years of independence were marked by considerable upheaval as agriculture was collectivised, the economy was restructured with the expropriation of land and property, and nearly fifty thousand people emigrated in the wake of British withdrawal, briefly threatening the survival of the new country. As the changes took root, though, those who remained on the islands became closer to each other and to the socialist future they were striving to build, and further migration from the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact under the Vital Skills Programme of the 1970s and 1980s added a new dimension to Plough Islander society and bolstered the industrial and technical capacity of the country. The modern Plough Islands are still thousands of kilometres from anywhere, but they enjoy a standard of living comparable to the so-called benevolent West with a societal egalitarianism that far surpasses it, and with the involvement of recent Premiers Dale Piper and Arthur Gibbs in the regional institutions of Anaia - not to mention the multiversal sporting achievements of the national cricket team - they have a transnational presence that belies their size and isolation.


EXPLORE the University of the Plough Islands;

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The coat of arms2 of the University of the Plough Islands, granted in 1962 and blazoned Vert, a pale wavy Azure fimbriated Argent, over all a book of the same bound Or between four fountains. The fountains on the shield are taken from the Lainemouth municipal arms, while the unicorn supporters allude to the Scottish roots of Andrew Carnegie.

Paradoxically, the main institution of further education and crucible of Marxist-Leninist theory on the Plough Islands has, as its founding father, the arch-capitalist Andrew Carnegie; the renowned Scottish-American steel tycoon and foe of organised labour gave half a million American dollars to the colonial government in 1906 to further education and literacy on the islands, as part of the philanthropic legacy he offered to the Anglophone world in the early 20th century. Part of Carnegie's gift stipulated that a vocational school be created, to be located outside the colonial capital at Sutton, so a site on the other side of Swift Island, on the river port of Lainemouth, was chosen, and following four years of planning and construction the Carnegie Institute of the Plough Islands was opened in the autumn of 1910.
Housed in a monumental granite building, whose imposing classical façade stood in naked contrast to the squalour in which the working classes lived on the docks, the terms of the original donation nevertheless required it to be open to all, and its remit gradually broadened from its original narrow goals of technical and practical learning for industry. In the years after the First World War several hundred students were following humanities and scientific courses at the Institute, with some gaining bachelor's degrees through correspondence with the University of London in a partnership that lasted until the eve of independence. The Institute also played a role in the political education of many early leaders in the nascent Socialist movement; in the heavily stratified society that had developed under British rule, it was one of the few places free of class distinction, and as pressure for social change increased outside the walls of the university, the calls for action often came from within them.
By the 1930s, the reputation of the Institute for left-wing politics was such that the colonial authorities shut down classes in literature and philosophy in 1937, arresting several tutors for espousing Marxist ideas on the grounds that they were subverting social order and the authority of Crown forces in the colony, and when Hitler invaded Poland two years later, bringing the British Empire into another war, the Institute was effectively suppressed as the main buildings were requisitioned by the government for housing pilots under the Commonwealth Air Training Plan. Following the defeat of fascism in Europe, however, the grip of imperialism was increasingly weakened by the agitations of the Socialists, and as the postwar colonial authorities shifted towards accommodating the movement rather than proscribing it, the Institute took on a wider societal role, publishing material that helped set out an ideological blueprint for independence. Trevor Weaver, the Principal of the Institute around this time, would go on to serve as the Minister for Education & Health in the inaugural Socialist government.
When independence from Britain was finally achieved in 1960, the Carnegie Institute was reorganised as the University of the Plough Islands, an act of the People's Assembly formally creating it a research and teaching university offering four-year degrees in many traditional academic subjects. The early years of the transition proved difficult, with student enrolment dropping as many of the former colonial élite and their enablers left rather than follow the Socialist line, and at one point the University had fewer than 200 students on campus. The crisis ultimately strengthened the bonds of the university with Plough Islander society, however, and by the following decade a medical school and arts faculty had been established as the new country became increasingly self-sufficient, while the former polytechnic and applied science responsibilities of the University became part of the separate, decentralised Plough Islands Technical College in 1976.
Today - entering the sixty-fourth year of its independence - the University of the Plough Islands has nearly a thousand students and researchers across all disciplines, and remains the intellectual North Star of the republic, at the forefront of its ideological and societal development. Some older alumni will still speak of "Carnegie" quite fondly, and the name remains in common use to describe the original Edwardian buildings and the district of the town of Lainemouth that has grown up around them, while newer students continue to bear much of the same revolutionary spirit that has shaped several generations of culture and progress on the road to building communism in the Celestial Ocean.


MEET the students of the Ice Sport Association;

In keeping with the teachings of Marx, Engels, Lenin, and Sutcliffe, as well as the Commonwealth tradition from which it originates, competitive sports are not a significant part of life at the University of the Plough Islands. All extracurricular activities on campus are organised and run entirely by student volunteers, and while some are well established - the University of the Plough Islands Cricket Association has sent a team to the national limited overs competition, the Sutcliffe Shield, since 1973 - most have a sporadic existence, with enthusiasm and interest waxing and waning from year to year.
The University of the Plough Islands Ice Sports Association was established in the early 1970s but has only continuously operated since 1986, chiefly as a student curling club; the slow, strategic game has traditionally been the predominant winter sport on the islands, and until a new clubhouse was constructed at the University in 2001 across the road from the Carnegie campus, there were no ice surfaces in Lainemouth long enough to accommodate an international standard skating rink. Curling remained in the ascendancy into the new century, however, with University rinks holding the national challenge cup four times, most recently from 2017 to 2019.
Ice hockey was only brought out of its frozen niche last year, when Paul Campbell, a secretary at the Ministry of Culture and Society in Sutton, organised a Plough Islands team to take part in the inaugural Anaian Ice Hockey Championships being organised by United Hawkland in Koroa City. To the surprise of everyone - not least themselves - Campbell's band of constables, dockworkers, and engineers came away with the championship, overcoming professional teams from capitalist countries with many more players and resources available to them. The achievements of the team were celebrated on Plough Radio and the front pages of newspapers and journals, and when the Plough Islanders - even more improbably - defended their regional title in Ko-oren last autumn, with a team that included half of the ice hockey playing complement of the University, Campbell and his players had achieved the kind of recognition on the islands normally reserved for Socialist leaders and cricket captains.
When the Ice Sports Association opened applications for the 2023-24 academic year, therefore, they found themselves swamped by newfound interest in ice hockey. Previously, curlers had to be persuaded to give up their ice time or even strap on skates to provide enough players for a full game; now, after temporarily bringing back graduates to help out with coaching, the Association has more than two dozen ice hockey members and can put on multiple games in a weekend. With the Carnegie ice rink scheduled for refitting over the summer using some of the foreign exchange prize money earned by the Plough Islander victories in Koroa and Ko-oren, the future of ice hockey appears bright indeed at the University. And, while the amateur ethos of university sport remains inviolable, entering the Nationstates Academic Hockey competition in Osterhalten marks a first, hesitant step into a potential wider world of more serious competition.

on the 6th April 2024, "a call to arms", the University of the Plough Islands student journal, wrote:
white waves on an ocean, gems from a golden age
ahead of their trip to osterhalten for the nationstates academic hockey competition, frederick cunningham profiles his comrades in the university of the plough islands ice sports association3

Sometimes, even in a society that has risen above superstition and religion, things just seem to happen to you that make you wonder how you got here at all. Going from ice hockey as a fun way of exercising and meeting new people after lectures, to travelling all the way to Esportiva and pulling on a shirt to represent the University - let alone writing about the experience and trying to be objective - is a great honour, if a faintly surreal one, and certainly an experience a world away from late evening tutorials in the Carnegie Building.
Some of us can take it in our stride; Cassandra Farmer and Sergey Ivanushkin both played in the decisive game of the AIHC in front of nearly seventeen thousand people, and millions more following on pan-Anaian television, and even when thinking about these perspective altering numbers, it is still hard to imagine anything that could phase Richard Cairns. But for others, particularly our first year students, it may be their first time leaving the islands, and even as we pledge to try our hardest for ourselves and our ideals, we should also not forget to try and enjoy the journey, so long as it lasts.

PLAYER: Richard Cairns
DATE OF BIRTH: 7th November, 2005
FROM: Sutton, Swift Island
DEGREE COURSE: Philosophy
POSITION: Defensive skater

A powerfully built skater who has been playing, on and off, since his early teenage years, Richard is a tactically astute defensive player who can control the puck very well, and would likely have been in contention to travel to Ko-oren last year had he not been denied by injury.
He also serves as a one-man agitprop campaign for ice hockey, persuading among others Cassandra Farmer and this author to strap on a pair of skates through his relentless, obsessive, and infectious positivity about the game.

PLAYER: Frederick Gabriel Cunningham
DATE OF BIRTH: 30th January, 2006
FROM: Foxdale, Bradford Island
DEGREE COURSE: Literature
POSITION: Attacking skater

Frederick is a reasonably strong skater and mediocre shooter who struggles to write positively about himself, even in the third person. He is told, though, that he shows good foresight in attack and can see opportunities other players have difficulty finding, supposedly tirelessly working to benefit the team.
He hopes, naïvely and a little selfishly, to use the tournament as an opportunity to meet players from around the multiverse in Osterhalten and gain new perspectives on the Plough Islands from the outside world.

PLAYER: Aeneas Denis Allende Farmer
DATE OF BIRTH: 16th September, 2005
FROM: Arcturus, Swift Island
DEGREE COURSE: Meteorology
POSITION: Goaltender

The Farmer family patriarch is the former Socialist minister, Hector Farmer, and the family resemblence is obvious in their tangled blonde hair and icy blue eyes. Aeneas - named, as his obligatory disclaimer goes, for the Trojan hero - is as calm and collected as you would hope for someone who came of age with seven brothers and sisters.
Aeneas has taken over from the graduated Matthew Campbell as first choice goaltender of the University, and is alert and methodical in his approach, often crouched down and rarely leaving his goal line.

PLAYER: Cassandra Naomi Clara Farmer
DATE OF BIRTH: 22nd June, 2004
FROM: Arcturus, Swift Island
DEGREE COURSE: Art
POSITION: Defensive skater

The quiet pioneer of the Farmer clan in ice hockey, and the reason for her younger siblings' involvement, Cassandra has been playing for four years and her reserved exterior hides a wholehearted embrace of the sport and boundless support for her comrades on and off the ice when their backs are against the wall.
Though Cassandra first came to attention for her grace on the ice, with the supple calves of a dancer, she has grown into a tenacious, versatile player with an eye for goal and a wrist shot that can confound opposing defences.

PLAYER: Clytemnestra Ami Constance Farmer
DATE OF BIRTH: 8th February, 2007
FROM: Arcturus, Swift Island
DEGREE COURSE: Philosophy
POSITION: Defensive skater

Clytemnestra is the youngest and most outgoing of the current crop of Farmers, and has integrated very well into the team, becoming a very popular figure almost overnight at Ice Sport Association social events.
A lithe, almost fey skater who is quicker across the ice than almost anyone else, Clytemnestra slips easily in and out of a crowd to good effect, and compensates for a tendency to hang back from conflict with a tendency to find herself, at crucial moments, in the right place to make a difference.

PLAYER: Sergey Vasilyevich Ivanushkin
DATE OF BIRTH: 7th November, 2003
FROM: Highrock, New Dalmatia
DEGREE COURSE: Physics
POSITION: Attacking skater

Sergey, with his attacking instincts, excellent balance, and a near-permanent toothy smile for anyone and everyone, was the new star of the Plough Islands at the second AIHC; taken to Ko-oren as a backup, he played all seven games and scored nine goals, including two hat-tricks, some with displays of skill that seemed to defy logic.
All of this came with a refusal to take himself too seriously, and since taking up the sport two years ago he has been a well liked member of the team, and hopefully one set for further success after he graduates.

PLAYER: Jonathan McIllmurray
DATE OF BIRTH: 19th October, 2004
FROM: Southport, New Hibernia
DEGREE COURSE: Marxist-Leninist economics
POSITION: Defensive skater

Chosen unanimously as our captain for the 2023-24 academic year, Jonathan played three games for the Plough Islands in Ko-oren, before being ruled out of the tournament with a side injury that saw him wearing a support belt (and enjoying its extra storage pockets) in lectures and on social outings for weeks afterwards.
Jonathan came into ice hockey from curling; he has been on the ice since he was ten, and his main advantage in both sports is his height; he stands 190cm tall with skates, giving him a long reach for face-offs.

PLAYER: Kimberley Smith
DATE OF BIRTH: 28th December, 2006
FROM: Echodale, Swift Island
DEGREE COURSE: Ecology
POSITION: Attacking skater

Broad shouldered, stocky, and forthright in her opinions, Kimberley has the self-belief to match anyone on the ice psychologically, and is an independently minded player who prefers to run into the heart of opposing defences and shoot from close range rather than play things safe.
She has learned quickly since signing up to the Ice Sports Association last autumn, working hard on her technique and volunteering for extra training sessions - in the process spurring a few of the old guard to come along too!

PLAYER: Robin Tristan Lenin Trevithick
DATE OF BIRTH: 31st March, 2007
FROM: Sutton, Swift Island
DEGREE COURSE: Philosophy
POSITION: Defensive skater

Robin is another of the promising intake of new ice hockey players, and possesses quick reflexes and a blocking technique that improves by the week. He came to us with a strong sporting pedigree; he opened the batting for Sutton & Avalon under-20s as a sixteen year old.
A veritable fountain of confidence with an often inspired, and occasionally unintentionally hilarious, turn of phrase, Robin is also involved in the University Socialists and may yet have a bright future in government one day.

PLAYER: Rodney Peter Williams
DATE OF BIRTH: 14th October, 2006
FROM: Southport, New Hibernia
DEGREE COURSE: Physics
POSITION: Goaltender

A cheerful, easygoing New Hibernian who absorbs the ills of his friends like a sponge, Rodney is another player who had never set foot on an ice rink before last autumn, and took to the goaltender position as nobody else would volunteer.
What Rodney claims to lack in ability he more than makes up for in an enthusiasm that leads him to venture out and up the ice in support of attacks, even occasionally scoring goals himself. He can, and will, try anything if he feels like it might hypothetically work out, and the results are often entertaining.


SEE the kits and colours they will wear;

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The new ice hockey playing kits of the University of the Plough Islands Ice Sports Association, made by the Red Flag high-performance textile co-operative on Redcliff Island; dark white and blue horizontal wavy stripes, in the manner of the fountains on the university coat of arms, with white collars and cuffs, and are shown here with white cricket trousers.

The white and blue sporting colours of the University derive from the coat of arms of the institution, and by extension from the city of Lainemouth; they are relatively rarely seen outside of occasional sailing regattas and the Sutcliffe Shield, where University teams traditionally wear a relatively dark blue to contrast against the white ball but have experimented in the new century with a variety of different shades and motifs. The Ice Sports Association have relatively little history by comparison, but have normally worn plain blue in recent years; however, the higher profile of the NSAH tournament has prompted the University to commission new playing kits from the Red Flag textile co-operative that inter alia supplies the national cricket and ice hockey teams.
Made from soft, yet tough, synthetic fabric, the new, lighter weight shirts bear the University coat of arms on the breast, and feature an undulating striped design taken from the four fountains on the shield. Aside from the crest, and a capital letter "C" for captain McIllmurray, the shirts are simple and entirely unadorned with no names or numbers, the hope being that the players have been together for long enough to know who is who. They are nominally worn with white cricket trousers and, optionally, with blue batting helmets, although individual variations on legwear and equipment are highly likely.
No alternate kits have been produced, and there are no concrete plans in the event of the University facing another team in blue. It has been suggested, only partially facetiously, that the players' stock of intricately patterned cashmere sweaters may be called into service if they are unable to agree a solution, potentially replacing one clash of colours with another.


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If my opponent roleplays first, they may:
Choose my starting lineup: Within reason4
Choose my scorers: Yes
Choose scoring events: Yes
RP injuries to my players: Yes
Assign penalties to my players: Yes
Godmod events: Yes

The history of Plough Islander ice hockey has been played out mostly in narrow ice houses attached to workers' welfare associations, by men and women up to and sometimes entering their fifties, and with an idea of sportsmanship derived from cricket and curling and untainted by zero-sum financial reward. Consequently the sport as played on the islands has developed into a slower, more tactical, game than the one bred by the arenas and leagues across the Celestial Ocean. Matches are characterised by players braking to hold up the puck and assess their options as they move forward, by a lack of physical force, by long periods of each side taking long range shots from within their own half (the "icing" rule being an invention of the interwar period that postdated the sport's codification on these shores), and by a calculated, highly cautious approach that borrows heavily from the other major ice sport on the islands.
Only recently, with the Anaian Ice Hockey Championship, has there been some cross-pollination with the wider ice hockey multiverse, and generally results have favoured the Plough Islands in the battle of styles; a school of thought has developed, echoing a common tendency among many islanders, that these show there is nothing to be learned from the outside world. Over the last twelve months, however, there have been small signs of modern influence, if not metamorphosis - formerly consequence free matches have seen teams caring a little more about winning, and club veterans have been consciously scaling back their time on the ice in favour of younger, fitter players. Protective equipment remains virtually unheard of, though, as does fighting, and it still shocks Plough Islanders that other teams would not only condone punching and shirt pulling but actively task players with carrying it out. This all translates into the real world as a relatively low style modifier of -4, and a lack of tactical substitutions - absent any unfortunate events, the same six players that start the game will play the full sixty minutes. Injured players will normally try and carry on and, should this prove too hard, be swapped out at the break between periods, or the University will carry on playing at a numerical disadvantage.
Expectations both in and out of character will be very modest indeed, with the Plough Islanders treating the tournament as a toe in the water and a horizon broadening opportunity first and foremost, but opponents of the University will nevertheless be met with a style unlike much of what they may be used to, played in a spirit of unity and socialist fraternity like they will never have known before. While the golden age may not be revealed today, there is hope and optimism in the hearts of the team from the University of the Plough Islands.5

1 The Plough Islands run on real time rather than any of the accelerated calendars that everyone else appears to use, for reasons that I cannot quite articulate; it felt like the correct thing to do when I was first filling in the lore of the country, much like two years per World Cup cycle must have felt like the right thing to do to everyone who uses that system. The same goes for the various real-world references - I am sadly not anywhere near creative enough to be able to write about Marxism without Marx (or plates without Plato) as a lot of other far more talented people on this forum are able to do. If this is a problem for anyone's canon, I apologise, and hopefully having the point of divergence be sixty-four years ago provides enough distance for you to work with.

2 This is actually my third attempt at creating a coat of arms for the university. (I had thought it was my second, but it turned out there was actually an earlier one lurking in an old thread that I only found out when putting this post together!) I do think this one is definitive, though; next to the previous efforts it actually looks like something a university might use, so I will officially call this a retcon. I just hope spending an evening learning to draw a horse's arse has not been a total waste of time!

3 Knowing my own writing style a little too well, I decided to try and experiment with this section and set myself a hard length limit in this section, and anything more that gets written in a call to arms during this tournament; maximum 5 lines per paragraph (and less for the player bios), since Notepad doesn't lend itself to word counts. This has helped quite a bit with my tendency to write seven sentences where one word would do, but despite this restriction - or, possibly, because of it - the rest of the post has somehow become twice as long. I am so sorry about this.

4 Ideally I would be able to write up every match and provide full lineup information, but owing to the format this might not be possible - I *really* struggle with double scorination so roleplaying every single game might prove difficult. I will be available on Discord and via telegram if you want to confirm a lineup, though - there are only so many combinations of ten players possible, but generally the older players are more likely to feature in back to back matches, with a team consisting entirely of first-year and second-year students being unlikely outside of a major injury crisis.

5 Finally, good luck to everyone else taking part - particularly Cardenao, Cassadaigua, United States of Nova Calania, and Wisteria and Surrounding Territories - and thankyou to Osterhalten for having me in the competition. I'm looking forward to some good roleplay opportunities, and maybe the chance to strike a blow or two for communism...
National team
Test rank: 6th
ODI rank: 1st
Commonwealth of the Plough IslandsPopulation: 139,550Golden age, revealed today
ANAIA NATION
Because not all those
who wander are lost
he/they

See also: overview factbook

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Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby TJUN-ia » Sat Apr 13, 2024 11:27 am

CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY GRIZZLIES
ЦЕНТРАЛЬНЫЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ ГРИЗЛИ
(TSENTRAL'NYY GOSUDARSTVENNYY UNIVERSITET GRIZLI)

Also Known As: CSU, Central State, CenSta
School Location: Szensky, CSTO Zone
Home Colours: Red/White
Road Colours: White/Red/Blue
Mascot: Ivan the Bear
Fight Song: "To Arms For CSU!"

STARTING SIX
W: Karina Stepova (Soph.)
C: Kim Min-Seong (Fre.)
W: Aoki Mawanaka (CEA/Soph.)
D: Christopher Mejia (UAS/Snr./Ice Jaguar)
D: Annisa Pratita Citta Dewi (CEA/Snr./Ice Jaguar)
GK: Juliana Verukiskaya (Soph./Ice Jaguar)



COLLEGE OF PORTSIDE MARINERS

Also Known As: M's, CPortside, CP
School Location: Portside, JagBase TJUN-ia
Home Colours: Blue/Green
Road Colours: White/Green
Mascot: Mariner Martin
Fight Song: "Off To Sea"

STARTING SIX
W: Shane McKraken (Snr./Ice Jaguar)
C: Tim "TimTim" Tobias (Fre.)
W: John McKraken (Snr./Ice Jaguar)
D: Tilly McFaden (Fre.)
D: Johnathan Okuwu (AU/Soph./Ice Jaguar)
GK: Earling Ølsonsson (Soph.)
Last edited by TJUN-ia on Sat Apr 13, 2024 2:05 pm, edited 1 time in total.
1st: ECC4/5, NSSCRA13, RLWC22, IBS20, EBT3, EIHT2
2nd: NSCF24/26, ARWC4, WC:TOTS, IBC34, IBS17, RUWC33/35, ECC6
3rd: ARWC3, IBC32, ECC3/7, ARWC6, ET20IV
NSSCRA - JR
T1: #07 Michael Stefan (S13 T1 Champ/9W)/#64 Alfonso Mercado (3W)/#03 Maddison Riley-Jones (S10 T2 Champ/2W-T1/3W-T2)
T2: #96 Alice Jepkosgei (3W)/#70 Gongming Gao [NCR] (5W)/#79 Axel Chase

WGPO: #11 Lane Carter (2W)/ #9 Batu Tüvshinbayar (WGP2 S5 Champion/1W)
NSTT: 4 S-Titles (3 RU)/2 D-Titles (6 RU)

UN - U1
TJUN (Ta-Jun) - An organ of the UN that focuses on "international role-play" (i.e. USA = Fang the Sniper) (U2)
TJUN-ia (Ta-Jun-ee-a) - The testing grounds of TJUN members, but operates as an independent nation. (U3)

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Postby Osterhalten » Sat Apr 13, 2024 1:08 pm

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ARGONNE-DURAND ACADEMY 
Wanderers
Style Mod: +2
Colors: Maroon and Cream
City: Ingny
State: Ashcairn
Argonne-Durand Academy has all the accolades it needs to prove that is the gold standard of ice-hockey private schools in all of Osterhalten: they won arguably the most difficult high school state championship and then went undefeated in their run to the inaugural Osterhalten High School Hockey Championship, losing just once on the route to the finals. After placing first in the Ashcairn State Championships to advance to the nationals, the Wanderers defeated Coefort-based Refengaard 5 to 3 in the first round of the knockouts. Next up were Saint-Valere, the powerhouse school from Mecharia: the Wanderers shut them out 2-0 to advance to the second group stage. As the group stage commenced, hosted by Queen Magdeleine School in Hauberg, Argonne-Durand went undefeated, though every game but one was decided by one goal difference. They easily qualified to the Final Four by double the points of the next school, Killington Academy. In the first game, the played 4-seeded Victoria HS, hailing from Comyard, and handily defeated them 5-1, setting the Wanderers up for a final match against Woodward, which they won 6-3. With about half of the team returning next year, and plenty of talented players in the pipeline, Argonne-Durand will be continue to be a threat to the national title.

Argonne-Durand was established as a boarding school in 1742, opened by the Duke of Argonne and the Duke of Durand, and has since evolved into a premier private school for ice hockey and academics in the Ingny region. The school sits in the Argonne neighborhood of northwestern neighborhood, in the same neighborhood as a currently Cardinal League (2nd-tier) hockey team, Argonne. The neighborhood is known as a richer area, and most of its homes are old brownstone rowhouses on leafy, tree-lined streets. The school is located in a large manor along the area's main drag, Haverby Street.

ROSTER

Pos. Name Age Playstyle
C A Leopold Muller 18 Playmaker
C Sebastian Ross 16 Sniper
C Ezra Fisher 17 Playmaker

LW Everett Breyer 16 Playmaker
LW John Hazelton 18 Playmaker
LW Quinn Steinbrunner 18 Power Forward

RW Ben Deloitte 17 Sniper
RW William Hesse 18 Playmaker
RW Otto Moser 16 Two Way Forward

LD C Henry Girard 18 Offensive D
LD Hudson Harmon 18 Defensive D
LD Cameron Baumann 16 Two Way D

RD A Noah Maria 17 Offensive D
RD Stephen Turrane 18 Defensive D
RD Willem Wagner 15 Offensive D

G Theodore Perry 18 Hybrid
G Rainer Dupont 16 Butterfly


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WOODWARD HIGH SCHOOL 
Jackals
Style Mod: +1
Colors: Black and Yellow
City: Segas
State: Monguijes
Woodward High isn't exactly a household name in the hockey world, let alone Osterhalten, for their incredible talent. Though they are one of the best teams from Monguijes, the state rarely does much in national tournaments. However, Woodward made their presence known by defeating two powerhouse teams from some of the best hockey states in the nation, Saint-Pierre from Richelieu and Cordurouy from Capital, in the first two rounds of the knockouts. Though both games went to a shootout, they quickly became one of the most talked about teams in the tournament. The group stage was rough, yet they managed to squeak into the top four with a record of 1-0-2-2, qualifying third of six. Woodward laid a 4-1 win on Killington Academy in the semi-finals to play Argonne-Durand in the finals, though they lost 3-6. The Jackals nailbiting performance set a high bar for Monguijen teams in the first revamped high school National tournament, one that might be difficult to overcome.

Woodward High School is a public school teaching 1,500 students located in the largest city of Monguijes, Segas. It is around one kilometer south of downtown in one of the poorer neighborhoods of the city, and attracts some of Segas' best high school-age kids for its well-run ice hockey program that has won numerous state championships. After this run, the school will likely earn more funding to support its team and school, as their Nationals run made large amounts of profit for the state education department.

Pos.   Name             Age   Playstyle
C C Jacob Kramer 18 Playmaker
C Samuel Hyland 16 Two-Way
C Quinn Simmons 17 Power

LW A Kevin Adamcyzk 18 Power
LW Freddy Greenway 15 Sniper
LW Jackson Hyland 18 Playmaker

RW Petr Cymbal 17 Sniper
RW Owen Lorraine 16 Playmaker
RW Caleb Drittman 18 Grinder

LD Jans Engvall 17 Offensive D
LD Colin Barnson 17 Stay-at-home D
LD Sean Rice 16 Offensive D

RD A Alexander Young 17 Defensive D
RD Anthony Bourne 17 Defensive D
RD Zach Hines 18 Grinder

G Harper Vourel 16 Hybrid
G Caleb Johanson 17 Hybrid
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Left-wing Utopia

Postby Kimi-Suomi » Sat Apr 13, 2024 2:03 pm

LUMIKUKKULAT UNIVERSITY LUMINARIES
LUMIKUKKULAT YLIOPISTO VALAISIMET

Also Known As: Lumi U, LumYli, Space U
School Location: Lumikukkulat, Valonalue
Home Colours: Gold/Black
Road Colours: White/Gold
Mascot: Aurinkonainen (The Sun Woman)
Fight Song: "Ylistä Aurinkoa!" (Praise The Sun!)

[box]STARTING SIX
W: Olli Räsänen (Soph./Leijonanpennut)
C: Natalia Summanen (Jnr./Leijonat)
W: Emma Summanen (Jnr./Leijonat)
D: Hilda Øgendål (Fre./Leijonanpennut)
D: Ria Summanen (Snr./Leijonat)
GK: Sandra Jurmu (Jnr./[Leijonanpennut)/box]
B W O A H
A Tribute To The Iceman

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Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Dod Rava » Sun Apr 14, 2024 1:48 am

Naval Academy of Rava
Akademia Marynarki Wojennej w Rawie


Colors: Blue, Yellow and White
A public university whose headquarters are located in the capital city of Dod Rava, Rawa. It was founded in 1917.
NAR provides education for officer-cadets, commissioned officers and civilian students at first and second cycles of study (undergraduate and graduate), as well as doctoral studies.
The institution is supervised by the Ministry of National Defense.


No. Pos     Name              Age      Hometown.

13 C Grzegorz Kapusta 22 Rawa
99 C Nina Hutnik 19 Rawa
68 C Maciej Horeszko 19 Koronki


10 LW Isabella Arias 19 Garłowo
15 LW/RW Karol Bajek 21 Rawa
18 LW Melania Bogacz 18 Koronki


41 RW Teodor Polak 20 Nova Port
75 RW/LW Ismael Moya 19 Rawa
96 RW Ricardo Abasto 22 Graboste


29 D Kinga Soja 19 Rawa
88 D Ivanna Skrzypiec 20 Nova Port
39 D Adam Kopa 19 Port Magdalena
34 D Irena Dacko 19 Helow
46 D Brajan Kobiec 19 Spacoi
4 D Ignacy Grom 18 Rawa


70 GK Roksana Toma 20 Rawa
23 GK Iwan Porada 18 Nova Port


School of Sports Mastery Koronki
Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki

Colors: Red and White
Private High School located in Lace, which provides sports training in Football, Gridiron, Ice Hockey, Handball, Volleyball and Athletics.
The school is under the patronage of local sports teams.


No. Pos     Name              Age      

1 C Oskar Brożek 17
2 C Daniel Salkowski 16
3 C Jacob Coronil 18


4 LW Alicia Carballo 16
5 LW Jan Klimko 18
6 LW Kaja Kasza 18


7 RW Paulina Robak 17
8 RW Arnold Nores 18
9 RW Aleks Modrzewski 17


10 D Joel Maroto 16
11 D Szczepan Olender 18
12 D Leon Czapla 17
13 D Lena Stocka 17
14 D Mateusz Świeży 17
15 D Tymon Nowoland 18


16 GK Jerzy Górski 18
17 GK Sara Nawrot 16


My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: No
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes
Godmod Injuries to my Players: No
Assign Penalties to my Players: Yes
Eject my Players: Yes
Godmod Other Events: No
Last edited by Dod Rava on Wed Apr 17, 2024 1:03 pm, edited 1 time in total.
REPUBLIKA DOD RAVY
Republic of Dod Rava
Population: 18 million ☆ Capital: Rawa

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Cassadaigua
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Capitalist Paradise

Postby Cassadaigua » Sun Apr 14, 2024 6:16 am

White Mountain College


Coach- Christina Garner (51)
Assistant Coach- Kimmy Fraser (46)

(Line and defensive pairings listed below are the typical pairings, but things can and will be mixed up from time to time)

Line 1:
LW- #14- Abby Poirier (6'2, 213) (Senior)
C- #11- Sarah Hill (6'1", 203) (Junior)
RW- #21- Madison Knight (6'3, 222) (Sophomore)

Line 2:
LW- #15- Caitlin McGarty (5'10", 181) (Senior)
C- #19- Caitlyn Bell (6'0", 194) (Sophomore)
RW- #16- Kaitlin Armstong (5'11", 188) (Senior)

Line 3:
LW- #22- Chloe Ackermann (6'4", 219) (Senior)
C- #25- Jenna LaCroix (6'1", 206) (Sophomore)
RW- #8- Brittany Helton (6'4", 226) (Junior)

Line 4:
LW- #17- Kristen Varela (5'8", 164) (Junior)
C- #27- Natalie Haynes (6'0", 192) (Senior)
RW- #23- Courtney Stevens (6'1", 201) (Junior)

D Pair 1:
LD- #2- Addisyn Ward (5'10", 189) (Sophomore)
RD- #5- Cassandra Bowers (6'1", 199) (Senior)

D Pair 2:
LD- #3- Hailee Cullen (6'2", 207) (Junior)
RD- #4- Nicole Morris (5'9", 176) (Junior)

D Pair 3:
LD- #6- Lauren McDonald (6'4", 225) (Senior)
RD- #7- Kyle Mason (6'5", 240) (Junior)

Goalies-
Typical Starter- #31- Kelsey Clayborne (6'1", 202) (Sophomore)
Typical Backup- #1- David McCoy (6'2", 203) (Junior)

Also with the team (scratched unless otherwise noted)
G- #30- Kenny Lockhart (5'11", 195) (Freshman)
D- #24- Hannah Kirkham (6'5", 221) (Junior)
D- #32- Heather Weston (5'10", 188) (Senior)
D- #33- Lilly Coleman (6'2", 205) (Sophomore)
F- #13- Rachel Newman (6'2", 201) (Senior)
F- #28- Rylie Covington (5'10", 184) (Sophomore)
F- #29- Travis Duquette (6'3", 218) (Sophomore)
F- #10- Tyler Peralta (6'2", 211) (Freshman)




Southern Victoriaville University


Coach- Amanda Swanson (46)
Assistant Coach- Allison Jones (61)

(Line and defensive pairings listed below are the typical pairings, but things can and will be mixed up from time to time)

Line 1:
LW- #24- Brooke Harrison (5'10", 185)(Senior)
C- #51- Ashley Mitchell (5'11", 188) (Junior)
RW- #44- Jennifer Lawson (6'5", 230) (Sophomore)

Line 2:
LW- #18- Daniella Wright (6'3", 220) (Senior)
C- #93- Jessica Brooks (5'11", 182) (Sophomore)
RW- #14- Sierra Myers (5'11", 188) (Junior)

Line 3:
LW- #22- Josie Miles (6'1", 207) (Senior)
C- #34- Tara Jordan (6'4", 222) (Senior)
RW- #23- Taylor Houston (5'11", 189) (5th yr Senior)

Line 4:
LW- #10- Brianne Garcia (6'5", 228) (Senior)
C- #37- Lexi Wilson (6'4", 226) (Freshman)
RW- #27- Emily Kucharski (6'5", 235) (Junior)

D Pair 1:
LD- #5- Julie Brown (5'10", 177) (Senior)
RD- #2- Julia White (6'2", 214) (Junior)

D Pair 2:
LD- #3- Shelby Collard (6'0", 190) (Senior)
RD- #8- Shannon Shapiro (6'1", 190) (Junior)

D Pair 3:

LD- #4- Baylie Mayes (5'9", 169) (Junior)
RD- #7- Tori Christenson (6'5", 231) (Senior)

Goalies-
Typical Starter- #1- Katie Bausher (6'3", 220) (Senior)
Typical Backup- #30- Stacie Bergeron (6'1", 204) (Junior)

Also with the team (scratched unless otherwise noted)
G- #31- Emma Barrett (6'2", 215) (Freshman)
D- #6- Michaela Stewart (5'8", 166) (Senior)
D- #42- Samantha Rainforth (6'3", 223) (Senior)
D- #55- Makenzie Fuller (5'9", 178) (Sophomore)
F- #15- Ellie Constantino (5'11", 194) (Senior)
F- #20- Lola Gentry (6'2", 212) (Freshman)
F- #21- Stella Wooden (6'4", 229) (Freshman)
F- #17- Ricky Stephenson (6'6", 238) (Senior)

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following: (applies to both)
Choose my Scorers: Yes
Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: No
RP Injuries to my Players: Yes, but only say they are hurt
Godmod Injuries to my Players: No
Assign Penalties to my Players: Yes. Fights are okay with a player of mine who’s description is logical for one. I'm fine with a female player of mine getting into a fight with a male player of yours as long as you have my player, at the least, put a good fight.
Eject my Players: Yes, but nothing over the top.
Godmod Other Events: No

Style Modifier:
0 (for both schools)
NS Sports’ only World Cup, World Bowl, World Cup of Hockey, World Baseball Classic and International Basketball Championships winner!

(Motorsports, college basketball, and volleyball, too)


Specific Titles: World Cup 50, 51; WBC 14, 16, 19, 50 & 58; WB 8, 22, & 40; WCOH 11 & 39; IBC 13.
Also: CR 40 & 43; CoH 39; Swamp Soccer 4, RTC WC 18 & 19; WVE 6; NSCAA 3, 5 & 9; NSSCRA 7
Runner Up: CoH 40, CR 37, 38 & 41; WB 21, WcoH 8, IBC 12, WBC 13, 15, 47 & 48, DBC 21.
WC Qualified for: 45, 46, 49-61, 67, 79 (DNP WC 69-77), 81-90, 92.
XIII Summer Olympiad: 2nd Most Medals
Hosted: WC 54, 67, 84 & 88; CoH 57 & 73, BoF 47, CR 30, WB 16, WBC 18, 26, 40, 45 & 50, NSCAA, NSCH 1; WLC 7, 30 & 33.

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Postby Cassadaigua » Tue Apr 16, 2024 2:36 pm

What’s this, college hockey?
By Kenzie Sherman, Concord Heights Times


A little while ago, it was announced that a new international collegiate sports system would be starting up that would focus on the sport of hockey. Up until now, the world has two major such tournaments, and it’s the NSCAA Basketball that gets the most attention out of the Cassadagan audience due to the Matriarchy’s widespread participation. Also very popular is the NSCF, which is football (also known as gridiron by some), and that is something that we did play a couple seasons in, but when it came down to it, the schools that had participated each agreed that it was too much of an academic burden on the students.

The hockey organization will be known as the NSAH, or the NationStates Academic Hockey. There is also a high school division of this tournament which Cassadaigua will not have any interest in due to what we feel is an undue burden on the academics of young teenagers. The Cassadagan Hockey Association stated that they will not ever consider an entry on that side of the bracket right off the bat, so everyone will know not to get their hopes up. Now, comes college hockey, and two schools will be participating from Cassadaigua but they are not schools that you would expect to see. They are Southern Victoriaville University and White Mountain College. So, yes, no University of Concord Heights, Brat Tech, or other institutions that you would expect to see. The athletic director of UCH, Kate Jacobs, told me when I inquired that, “We don’t feel that it is in the best interest of our academic athletes to get involved with an upstart competition like this. The NSAH may very well work out, but we will focus on playing at home, exclusively.”

For Southern Victoriaville University, a school that also qualified for the NSCAA tournament this year, it was a no brainer in the positive way. “We jumped right on it,” Hannah McCoy, the school’s AD said, “why wouldn’t you? We will be one of the inaugural schools of the tournament, and Victoriaville is known for great hockey!” It is true that regionally, hockey is very popular in Victoriaville, SVU has never won a national championship. Still, on the coattails of the basketball entry, the college is hoping that it can get the kind of international recognition that bigger schools in Cassadaigua have.

Then there is White Mountain College, a small private school with an enrollment of 3,550 students that is fourty miles south of Grande Mountain. They were quick to sign up in an effort to show their powerful hockey program. In the words of their AD, Brittney Arias, “We are known for being a great option for young hockey players to make an impression on pro scouts but also get a very high quality education. Now, we will add to that by allowing our student athletes to play against the best in the world.”

Soon, we will see what these two schools are capable of doing. Neither play anywhere near Concord Heights, but we can still root them on!
NS Sports’ only World Cup, World Bowl, World Cup of Hockey, World Baseball Classic and International Basketball Championships winner!

(Motorsports, college basketball, and volleyball, too)


Specific Titles: World Cup 50, 51; WBC 14, 16, 19, 50 & 58; WB 8, 22, & 40; WCOH 11 & 39; IBC 13.
Also: CR 40 & 43; CoH 39; Swamp Soccer 4, RTC WC 18 & 19; WVE 6; NSCAA 3, 5 & 9; NSSCRA 7
Runner Up: CoH 40, CR 37, 38 & 41; WB 21, WcoH 8, IBC 12, WBC 13, 15, 47 & 48, DBC 21.
WC Qualified for: 45, 46, 49-61, 67, 79 (DNP WC 69-77), 81-90, 92.
XIII Summer Olympiad: 2nd Most Medals
Hosted: WC 54, 67, 84 & 88; CoH 57 & 73, BoF 47, CR 30, WB 16, WBC 18, 26, 40, 45 & 50, NSCAA, NSCH 1; WLC 7, 30 & 33.

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Postby Lisander » Wed Apr 17, 2024 1:46 pm

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ICE - COLLEGE & JUNIOR HOCKEY
Without LAN's endorsement, Universidade de Beaumont and Universidade de Salinas send teams to NSAH tournament
Juno Vieira, for HOCKEY⚜NΛTION

Universidade de Beaumont and Universidade de Salinas moved ahead of Liga Acadêmica Nacional and secured four spots in the NSAH ice hockey tournament (two for the college division and two for high school). Just as the northern teams in Liga Nacional de Hóquei, that seem to be always discontent with the actions of the league organization, these two universities decided to defy the plans of the board and stepped up as the national qualifiers, without consulting other LAN Hockey teams, like Universidade de Soria, Universidade de Oris and Universidade de São Miguel Arcanjo.

The NSAH (NationStates Academic Hockey) is a new board, that sought the place formerly occupied by NSCAA Hockey and NSCYH. Being a new board, in fact it received mixed support. We are able to see some well-known universities from around the world, participants in NSCAA and/or NSCF, like Université Nationale from St. Jean Jacques sur Mer and LeBois Santura from Cardenao. However, just as in Lisander, hockey locations aren't exactly locations for Gridiron Football, Association Football or Basketball, and we see a lot of new universities from known nations stepping up, like White Mountain College, a small university from Cassadaigua, or the University of Plough Islands. Maybe because of the project being really new, LAN advised against joining already. The advice fell into deaf ears.

Not only UB and US presented as the national representatives, but also applied for the High School division. Both selected local High Schools to partner and support during the tournament. Beaumont selected Secundaire Gallienoise and Salinas went with its own subsidiary High School, the Escola de Aplicação. “As a new venture in a scenario that is normally neglected not only internationally, but also locally, NSAH can count on the unrestricted dedication of the Beaumont Uni Athletics. We are ardent defendants of Ice Hockey, and we couldn't lose this opportunity, irrespectively of Liga Acadêmica Nacional opposing or not the plans. Nor we are counting with LAN financial support neither we'll disregard the LAN Championship. We'll still send a team to those games, even if it isn't the best team available.” said a spokerperson of Universidade de Beaumont.

Same applies for Universidade de Salinas, that published a small note on its social media platforms: "Due to the first team travel to Ingny, Osterhalten, the next matches of LAN Ice Hockey Championship, the U hockey team will field a roster composed of juniors and non-regular players, invited among the academical community."

This rift between north and south isn't a new thing in Lisander Ice Hockey. As is widely known in local scene, the U is still the main force behind HC Universitario, the Salinas LNH (professional) team. Also, even if Universidade de Beaumont has no established ties with Beaumont Athletic, the influence of the Wolves game and club positions against the "south-centric" boards can be seen among the members of the Athletics. We have to wait and see if Liga Acadêmica Nacional will comment on these.
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Postby The Plough Islands » Wed Apr 17, 2024 2:45 pm

More experiments in "Joey, for the love of Satan give yourself a length limit" here, partially out of necessity since I had four hours' notice to put most of this together, but it's turned out...sort of? alright? I need to work on finding the voice of a call to arms a little bit more, but since it's all students writing I can hopefully be forgiven a tiny bit of inconsistency!
My thanks to United States of Nova Calania and Wisteria and Surrounding Territories for providing me some additional background information via telegram - fortunately, I had the presence of mind to screenshot my then-open telegrams folder when the database failure happened...



on the 14th April 2024, "a call to arms", the University of the Plough Islands student journal, wrote:
the same old fish, swimming in a new sea
frederick cunningham reports from osterhalten, where the ice sport association have settled in for the next two weeks of nationstates academic hockey competition

We arrived in Comyard, in the south of the Osterhalten mainland, on Thursday after rather a roundabout journey from Echodale - part of which, from Port Anaia to Esportiva, took place aboard a sentient cargo ship that seemed thoroughly uninterested in discussing economic theory. Comyard is nearly thirty times the size of Lainemouth, but despite the urban sprawl the food choices are plentiful and the sunsets over Lake Montrose are spectacular; we get a good view from our hostel on the lakefront, with Dr. Berezhnoy from the physics department and our constable escorts staying next door.
Sharing a single room between the ten of us has certainly been an experience, although thus far it is a good one - the hostel is less than twenty minutes from the school ice rink we have been allocated for practice, which provides good opportunities for bonding as we trickle back late in the evening. What we have yet to do is meet our opponents; Jonathan spent a day travelling up to Dreamcliff for a captains' photography session, which is as much exposure as any of us have had. So our first time meeting our opponents will be on the ice, with two games a day over the course of the next week.

polish university of nova calania
ostrow krolewski, nova calania - morning, wednesday 17 april - afternoon, sunday 21 april

The Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska in its native tongue, though it also offers courses taught in English and French, the first game on Wednesday is against our distant friends from the recently unified states of southwestern Nova Calania. Included in the confederation are the regional ice hockey powerhouses of Saint Jean-Jacques & Burnham-on-Stove, whose senior team the Plough Islands narrowly overcame in Ko-oren back in September; Sergey Ivanushkin scored the only goal of the game, which also featured Cassandra Farmer and Jonathan McIllmurray.
The university's sports programme is well developed and draws students from the wider continent as well as its home territory of Odlegla Ziemia, with the "Aztecs" regularly playing inter-university hockey within the new union of nations. Culturally, expectations may be of a rough game with lots of foul play, as the reputation of the senior national team had been last year, but on that occasion the Tapirs played hard but fair and there was little to argue about in terms of their sportsmanship, so we can hopefully look forward to some good, spirited ice hockey against our fellow Anaians.

central wisteria college
wisteria city, wisteria - afternoon, wednesday 17 april - morning, tuesday 23 april

The second game, on the other hand, may see a collision of ideas off the ice as well as on it. The Grand Wisteria College is Jax Coolidge's reactionary, warped vision of the world writ large, with students receiving an indoctrination into the supposed evils of collectivism and the violent rejection of any idea of a common good, married with a brutal exercise regimen, all founded in opposition to modern pedagogy that, to quote, ""giv[es] up educational effectiveness under the guise of false equality"; strong, if morally bankrupt, statements from the so-called defenders of freedom.
However, while intellectually they cannot possibly be taken seriously, the Wisterians' training makes them an undeniable physical threat; their cause may be hollow, but their players' checking is decidedly not. Therefore the University will need to hold firm and counterattack in order to stay competitive - potentially a tough task in the second match of the day - and while, in the long term, the cause of socialism is just and will inevitably triumph, across sixty minutes the struggle may be one of survival rather than honour.
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ODI rank: 1st
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ANAIA NATION
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who wander are lost
he/they

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Postby Osterhalten » Wed Apr 17, 2024 4:12 pm

Aaaand cutoff. MD1 results will be up tonight.
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MD1 - games 1 and 2 RESULTS

COLLEGIATE


GROUP 1
UTA - Bingham Young University 2–1 FAN - Université de Hermeville
AQU - Karlei University 0–1 DAH - University of Varsaviae

Group 1                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 UTA - Bingham Young University 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 2
2 DAH - University of Varsaviae 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 2
3 FAN - Université de Hermeville 1 0 1 0 1 2 −1 0
4 AQU - Karlei University 1 0 1 0 0 1 −1 0

FAN - Université de Hermeville 4–2 AQU - Karlei University
DOR - Naval Academy of Rava 1–0 UTA - Bingham Young University

Group 1                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 FAN - Université de Hermeville 2 1 1 0 5 4 +1 2
2 DAH - University of Varsaviae 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 2
DOR - Naval Academy of Rava 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 2
4 UTA - Bingham Young University 2 1 1 0 2 2 0 2
5 AQU - Karlei University 2 0 2 0 0 5 −3 0


GROUP 2

WPD - Fedoro University 1–0 UTA - Utah State University
OST - Vichelin University 2–0 KIM - Lumikukkulat University
Group 2                                                          Pld   W   L    OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 OST - Vichelin University 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 2
2 WPD - Fedoro University 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 2
3 UTA - Utah State University 1 0 1 0 0 1 −1 0
4 KIM - Lumikukkulat University 1 0 1 0 0 2 −2 0

UTA - Utah State University 1–0 OST - Vichelin University
CDG - White Mountain College 2–2 WPD - Fedoro University (2–3 OT)

Group 2                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 WPD - Fedoro University 2 2 0 0 4 2 +2 4
2 OST - Vichelin University 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 2
3 UTA - Utah State University 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 2
4 CDG - White Mountain College 1 0 1 1 2 3 −1 1
5 KIM - Lumikukkulat University 1 0 1 0 0 2 −2 0

GROUP 3
CRN - Crpostown University 2–0 UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer
BNJ - Moravica A&M University 0–1 ARD - Clearwell University

Group 3                                                       Pld    W   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CRN - Crpostown University 1 1 0 2 0 +2 2
2 ARD - Clearwell University 1 1 0 1 0 +1 2
3 BNJ - Moravica A&M University 1 0 1 0 1 −1 0
4 UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 1 0 1 0 2 −2 0

UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 5–3 BNJ - Moravica A&M University
ESL - Kineziologija Podgora 3–2 CRN - Crpostown University

Group 3                                                       Pld    W   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CRN - Crpostown University 2 1 1 4 3 +1 2
2 ESL - Kineziologija Podgora 1 1 0 3 2 +1 2
3 ARD - Clearwell University 1 1 0 1 0 +1 2
4 UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 2 1 1 5 5 0 2
5 BNJ - Moravica A&M University 2 0 2 3 6 −3 0

GROUP 4
AMN - Harbin Sport University 0–0 DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania (2–1 SO)
TJU - Central State University 1–1 DEL - Medan State University (1–2 SO)

Group 4                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 AMN - Harbin Sport University 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
DEL - Medan State University 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2
3 DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
TJU - Central State University 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1

DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 0–3 TJU - Central State University
OST - Grand University of Ingny 3–3 AMN - Harbin Sport University (4–3 OT)

Group 4                                                       Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 TJU - Central State University 2 1 0 1 4 1 +3 3
2 OST - Grand University of Ingny 1 1 0 0 4 3 +1 2
3 DEL - Medan State University 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1
4 AMN - Harbin Sport University 2 1 0 1 3 4 −1 1
5 DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 2 0 1 1 0 3 −3 1

GROUP 5
CRN - Valeria State University 1–0 LIS - Universidade de Beaumont
TJU - College of Portside 2–0 PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology

Group 5                                                       Pld    W   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 TJU - College of Portside 1 1 0 2 0 +2 2
2 CRN - Valeria State University 1 1 0 1 0 +1 2
3 LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 1 0 1 0 1 −1 0
4 PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 1 0 1 0 2 −2 0

LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 0–0 TJU - College of Portside (0–1 SO)
AMN - Heilongjiang University 1–2 CRN - Valeria State University

Group 5                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CRN - Valeria State University 2 2 0 0 3 1 +2 4
2 TJU - College of Portside 2 2 0 0 2 0 +2 3
3 LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 2 0 1 1 0 1 −1 1
4 AMN - Heilongjiang University 1 0 1 0 1 2 −1 0
5 PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 1 0 1 0 0 2 −2 0

GROUP 6
WPD - Bucketwood University 0–0 ARD - Bale Union University (1–0 OT)
FAN - Université de Cherreyes 1–3 MIR - Aeolis University

Group 6                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 MIR - Aeolis University 1 1 0 0 3 1 +2 2
2 WPD - Bucketwood University 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 2
3 ARD - Bale Union University 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 1
4 FAN - Université de Cherreyes 1 0 1 0 1 3 −2 0

ARD - Bale Union University 3–2 FAN - Université de Cherreyes
LIS - Universidade de Salinas 1–0 WPD - Bucketwood University

Group 6                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 ARD - Bale Union University 2 1 0 1 3 3 0 3
2 MIR - Aeolis University 1 1 0 0 3 1 +2 2
3 LIS - Universidade de Salinas 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 2
4 WPD - Bucketwood University 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 2
5 FAN - Université de Cherreyes 2 0 2 0 3 6 −3 0

GROUP 7
AQU - University of Telora 0–1 BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University
MIR - Collins University 0–0 ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora (1–0 OT)

Group 7                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 2
MIR - Collins University 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 2
3 ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 1
4 AQU - University of Telora 1 0 1 0 0 1 −1 0

BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 1–3 MIR - Collins University
CAD - Küsbon College 1–1 AQU - University of Telora (0–3 SO)

Group 7                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 MIR - Collins University 2 2 0 0 4 1 +3 4
2 BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 2 1 1 0 2 3 −1 2
3 AQU - University of Telora 2 1 1 0 1 2 −1 2
4 CAD - Küsbon College 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1
5 ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 1 0 0 1 0 1 −1 1

GROUP 8
UPI - University of the Plough Islands 1–1 UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska (3–2 SO)
CDG - Southern Victoriaville University 2–3 CAD - LeBois Santura

Group 8                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CAD - LeBois Santura 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 2
2 UPI - University of the Plough Islands 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2
3 UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1
4 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University 1 0 1 0 2 3 −1 0

UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 1–1 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University (1–2 SO)
WST - Grand Wisteria College 0–1 UPI - University of the Plough Islands

Group 8                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 UPI - University of the Plough Islands 2 2 0 0 2 1 +1 3
2 CAD - LeBois Santura 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 2
3 UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 2 0 0 2 2 2 0 2
4 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University 2 1 1 0 3 4 −1 1
5 WST - Grand Wisteria College 1 0 1 0 0 1 −1 0

HIGH SCHOOL

GROUP 1
CRN - Kantver College 2–1 OST - Woodward High School
ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora 0–0 DAH - Ventus Pragae High School (2–3 SO)

Group 1                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CRN - Kantver College 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 2
2 DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
3 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
4 OST - Woodward High School 1 0 1 0 1 2 −1 0

OST - Woodward High School 2–2 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora (3–2 OT)
CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy 1–1 CRN - Kantver College (1–2 OT)

Group 1                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CRN - Kantver College 2 2 0 0 4 2 +2 4
2 DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
3 OST - Woodward High School 2 1 1 0 4 4 0 2
4 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora 2 0 0 2 2 3 −1 2
5 CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy 1 0 0 1 1 2 −1 0

GROUP 2
OST - Argonne-Durand Academy 1–0 DAH - Berlin Athletics High School
CAD - Riverstone International School 3–1 CRN - Exetenia Public School

Group 2                                                             Pld    W   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CAD - Riverstone International School 1 1 0 3 1 +2 2
2 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy 1 1 0 1 0 +1 2
3 DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 1 0 1 0 1 −1 0
4 CRN - Exetenia Public School 1 0 1 1 3 −2 0

DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 0–0 CAD - Riverstone International School (3–2 SO)
LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont 2–4 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy

Group 2                                                             Pld    W   L    OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy 2 2 0 0 5 2 +3 4
2 CAD - Riverstone International School 2 1 0 1 3 1 +2 3
3 DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 2 1 1 0 0 1 −1 1
4 LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont 1 0 1 0 2 4 −2 0
5 CRN - Exetenia Public School 1 0 1 0 1 3 −2 0

GROUP 3
ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka 1–1 DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki (2–1 OT)
WPD - Pender HS 2–2 LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas (2–3 OT)

Group 3                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 2
2 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka 1 1 0 0 2 1 +1 2
3 WPD - Pender HS 1 0 0 1 2 3 −1 1
4 DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 1 0 0 1 1 2 −1 1

DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 1–0 WPD - Pender HS
WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought 0–1 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka

Group 3                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka 2 2 0 0 3 1 +2 4
2 DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 2 1 0 1 2 2 0 3
3 LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 2
4 WPD - Pender HS 2 0 1 1 2 4 −2 1
5 WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought 1 0 1 0 0 1 −1 0


Next Cutoff: 4/19 Friday, 6:00 EST
Please let me know if you notice any mistakes. I will correct them as soon as possible.
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Postby Utahn Theocratic Republic » Wed Apr 17, 2024 10:44 pm

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Bingham Young University Ice Miners


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"BYU" Miners Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Patrick King
Assistant: Aidan Baker
Assistant: Harley Lewis
Equipment Manager: Samuel Cook
Player developments coach: Jude Burton
Medical Staff: Bailey Lane

Style Modifier: +4



#	CENTERS	        AGE	 HT	WT	SHOT	BIRTH PLACE
72 Hayden Alston 26 5-10 189 R Park City
79 Arthur Miller 21 5-11 197 L Enoch
93 Jaime Tasis 25 6-2 201 R Logan
53 Chaffin Burwell 23 6-3 192 L Ogden
24 Nicolás Japón 19 6-0 190 R South Salt Lake


Info on the centers

BYU hockey boasts a formidable lineup of centermen, each bringing their unique strengths to the ice. Hayden Alston anchors the center position with his exceptional playmaking ability and vision on the ice, consistently setting up scoring opportunities for his teammates. Arthur Miller adds a physical presence down the middle, dominating in the faceoff circle and providing solid defensive play. Jaime Tasis brings speed and agility to the position, using his quickness to create space and generate scoring chances.

Chaffin Burwell contributes versatility, excelling in both offensive and defensive roles while providing leadership on and off the ice. Nicolás Japón rounds out the centermen with his skillful stickhandling and scoring touch, often finding the back of the net in critical moments. Together, these centermen form a dynamic core for BYU hockey, driving the team's success with their talent and determination.


#	LEFT WINGS	AGE	HT	WT	SHOT	BIRTH PLACE
90 Gerardo Ruiz 18 6-0 200 L North Salt Lake
29 Fisc Spendlove 20 5-11 198 L St. George
83 Blake Cooke 19 5-10 195 L South Jordan
78 Alberto Ruiz 23 6-3 199 L Murry
60 Deon Moses 21 5-9 191 L Park City


Info on the Left Wings
BYU hockey's left wing position is bolstered by a dynamic group of players, each bringing their own unique strengths to the team. Gerardo Ruiz leads the charge with his speed and agility, often creating scoring opportunities with his quickness and puck-handling skills. Fisc Spendlove adds physicality and grit to the left wing, using his size to win battles along the boards and provide a strong defensive presence. Blake Cooke brings offensive firepower, with a knack for finding open space and finishing scoring chances with precision.

Alberto Ruiz contributes versatility, excelling in both offensive and defensive roles while providing leadership and experience on the ice. Deon Moses rounds out the left wingers with his tenacity and work ethic, consistently outworking opponents and making an impact in all areas of the game. Together, these left wingers form a formidable unit for BYU hockey, driving the team's success with their skill, determination, and commitment to excellence.


#	RIGHT WINGS	AGE	HT	WT	SHOT	BIRTH PLACE
1 Tony Trujillo 23 6-0 197 R Park City
22 Pedro Miralles 20 5-11 196 R Park City
97 Billy Wallace 21 6-1 198 R Park City
46 Lucho Palau 22 5-10 193 L North Salt Lake
94 Cheston Monson 18 6-0 195 L North Salt Lake


Info on the Right Wings
BYU hockey's right wing position is fortified by a talented group of players, each bringing their unique skill set to the ice. Tony Trujillo stands out with his lethal shot and offensive instincts, often finding the back of the net in key moments. Pedro Miralles adds finesse and creativity to the position, using his stickhandling ability to navigate through opposing defenses and set up scoring opportunities. Billy Wallace provides a physical presence on the right wing, using his size and strength to win battles along the boards and create space for his teammates.

Lucho Palau brings speed and agility, using his quickness to generate scoring chances and apply pressure on opposing goaltenders. Cheston Monson contributes versatility, excelling in both offensive and defensive roles while providing leadership and stability on the right side. Together, these right wingers form a formidable force for BYU hockey, driving the team's success with their skill, determination, and commitment to excellence.


#	DEFENSE	        AGE	HT	WT	SHOT	BIRTH PLACE
69 Aputi Asiata 20 6-0 198 R North Salt Lake
44 Tupai Waata 25 6-2 199 L Riverton
12 Noa Nacua 23 6-0 197 L South Jordan
2 Iakopo Tau 22 6-2 201 L American Fork
6 Deon Moses 21 6-0 200 R Ogden
20 Peni Timu 19 6-1 203 R North Salt Lake
10 Corey Morgan 18 6-0 205 L Ogden
23 Patrick Cole 18 6-5 198 R American Fork


Info on the Defense
BYU hockey boasts a formidable defensive corps, anchored by a group of skilled and versatile players. Aputi Asiata leads the way with his physicality and shutdown ability, using his size and strength to neutralize opposing forwards and protect the net. Tupai Waata adds poise and leadership to the blue line, anchoring the defense with his smart decision-making and strong positional play. Noa Nacua brings a two-way presence, contributing offensively while also excelling in his defensive responsibilities.

Iakopo Tau provides stability and reliability, consistently making sound defensive plays and blocking shots when needed. Deon Moses adds speed and agility to the defensive unit, using his quickness to transition the puck up the ice and support the rush. Peni Timu rounds out the group with his physicality and defensive awareness, providing a physical presence in front of the net and clearing the crease effectively. With Corey Morgan and Patrick Cole serving as solid options off the bench, BYU's defensive depth is unparalleled, allowing the team to shut down opposing offenses and control the flow of play from the back end.





First Line
Alberto Ruiz - Arthur Miller - Tony Trujillo

Tupai Waata - Aputi Asiata

Second Line
Fisc Spendlove - Hayden Alston - Pedro Miralles

Noa Nacua - Deon Moses

Third Line
Gerardo Ruiz - Jaime Tasis - Billy Wallace

Iakopo Tau - Peni Timu

Fourth Line
Alberto Ruiz - Chaffin Burwell - Lucho Palau





Benched


Offence
Cole, Moses, Japón.

Defense
Morgan, Cole.






#	GOALIES	        AGE	HT	WT	SHOT	BIRTH PLACE
11 Iareto Nacua 20 6-2 215 L Murry
5 Emmitt Cohen 22 6-6 219 R Logan
34 Aidan Ryan 19 5-11 220 R Ogden


Info on the Goalies
BYU hockey's goaltending position is anchored by the proven starter Iareto Nacua, a 20-year-old netminder standing tall at 6'2". Nacua brings a combination of size, athleticism, and poise between the pipes, instilling confidence in his teammates with his consistent performance and ability to make key saves in crucial moments. His positioning and rebound control are exemplary, allowing him to effectively shut down opponents' scoring opportunities and keep his team in the game.

Backing up Nacua are Emmitt Cohen and Aidan Ryan, both talented goaltenders who provide depth and competition in practice, pushing Nacua to maintain his high level of play. With Nacua leading the way in goal, BYU hockey boasts a formidable last line of defense, capable of shutting down even the most potent offensive threats.





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Universidade de Beaumont
Nickname: Stars, North Stars (unofficial)
Colours:Navy Blue, Midnight Blue and Gold
From: Beaumont, Lisander
Plays at: UB Multipurpose Arena (300)
National Championship: Runners-up

Roster:
Pos	#	Name			Age	
G 1 Serge Lauder 21
G 30 Philipe Sousa 20

D 4 Moisés Ardmore 18
D 12 Fabien Benaglio (C) 22
D 26 Joel Ardmore 19
D 16 Atlas Blondlot 18
D 34 Vicente Norman 18

F 11 Fabrício Cox 18
F 9 Ariel Aiamonte 23
F 32 Kendrick Valier 23
F 27 Abel Florian 23
F 23 Rogério Zemets 18
F 28 Benício Lanza 19
F 7 Iago Basile 20

Head Coach Carlos Armellin 48



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Affiliate High School Team: École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont (for short, ESGB) is a school founded by Gallienois expatriates in Beaumont. Originally focused only in providing education in the mother tongue of its ancestrals, it later changed its program to be a vocational school. Among the vocational programs, there's an Ice Hockey Team, and this Ice Hockey team is known as one of the best High School team among the northern cities, and also one of the greatest contributors for Universidade de Beaumont Hockey Team. Starter 6: Adrien Blanche; Ryan Vincennes, Nathan de Coeur; Erick Urzaiz, Jonas Lamy, Lucca Nogaret.


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Universidade de Salinas
Nickname:The U
Colours:Red and White
From: Salinas, Lisander
Plays at: U Arena (12,000)
National Championship: Champions

Roster:
Pos	#	Name			Age	
G 1 Yannes Becker 21
G 2 Lorenzo Azhari 18

D 24 Gaspar Cavalcanti 19
D 6 Matias Pons 18
D 18 Louis Segard 20
D 14 Salviano Ferrer 23
D 5 Quirino Gante 21

F 9 Marco Porter 22
F 39 Anthony Kross (C) 23
F 41 Leónidas Arenhart 21
F 42 Marko Arenhart 19
F 90 Shayan Marengo 22
F 26 Luan Foncet 23
F 10 Júlio Lemos 18

Head Coach Arlo Castelli 50



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Affiliate High School Team: Escola de Aplicação de Salinas (for short ESAS) is the Laboratory School for the educational-focused degrees of Universidade de Salinas. Teachers formed at the U, usually have internships at this school during undergraduation. ESAS has Preschool, Grade School and High School sectors. The high school students at ESAS are always in contact with cutting-edge educational techniques and theories, and most of them keep in Universidade de Salinas, moving to the University proper. The hockey team is formed by students of the last two years of HS. Starter 6: Sebastian Durant; Max Dantas, Átila Maurer; Petros Ávila, Anselmo Villanova, Wallace Lago.


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Postby The Plough Islands » Fri Apr 19, 2024 2:37 pm

So, lesson learned; two paragraphs is a bit short to fit an actual match report in - I had to expand them to four paragraphs each to try and get what felt like enough detail in; doubtless people who actually report on these games professionally are laughing at me, and to be fair they are probably right to. (also, owing to the forum outage yesterday, and spending most of today prodding and poking at trees, this is very much 'the first draft is the best draft' - so judge accordingly...
Commiserations to United States of Nova Calania and Wisteria and Surrounding Territories, and good luck to Cassadaigua - and thanks for providing a wealth of IC information to go on!



University of the Plough Islands 1-1 Polish University of Nova Calania (after overtime; University of the Plough Islands win shoot-out 3-2)
Players: Aeneas Farmer, Cassandra Farmer, McIllmurray, Trevithick, Cunningham, Ivanushkin.
Goals: own goal (Polish University of Nova Calania, 7:22), Cunningham (41:13)

University of the Plough Islands 1-0 Central Wisteria College
Players: Aeneas Farmer, Cairns, Cassandra Farmer, McIllmurray, Ivanushkin, Smith.
Goals: Ivanushkin (37:04)

on the 18th April 2024, "a call to arms", the University of the Plough Islands student journal, wrote:
so welcome to what used to be, a place of hope and charity
forward frederick cunningham reports on a frantic, but successful, first day for the ice sport association in osterhalten

According to the information we were given, the capacity of the Comyard arena staging our matches is about a full December Park cricket ground - except confined within such a small space as to create a sensory overload that is literally indescribable. For many of the University team, including this writer, the first game of the day against the Polish University of Nova Calania was our first exposure to such a vast mass of concentrated humanity, and between the unfamiliar sensation and the frantic pace of the game, the early stages of the match are perhaps understandably a little blurred.
What was sadly all too clear was the goal conceded by the University early in the game; a miscommunication with Aeneas Farmer saw the puck inavertedly deflected in off my skate after what should have been a routine recovery, disrupting what had actually felt like a strong start by those in blue and white. Emboldened, the Nova Calanians began to push harder and generally had the better of the University through the first half of the game, playing fast and fair, and it was not until the final session of the match that the tide began to turn, along with a chance at redemption for this writer.
While practicing, this writer had rehearsed a move with Sergey Ivanushkin where he would take a high, speculative shot from long range and release the New Dalmatian to get to the rebounded puck quickly in order to sweep it in. The manoeuvre had been tried twice to no avail, and early in the third period we had another attempt, only for the Nova Calanians to be caught unawares as my initial shot somehow flew in past everyone to level the score. This, though, proved the only highlight until the end of the game, leaving the University navigating the unfamiliar waters of sudden death overtime.
In the event, the additional time was played out more like an obligation than a competition between two visibly tiring teams, one that not even changes of players from the Nova Calanians could impart any urgency to, and the game was ultimately decided by a shoot-out. Ivanushkin and Cassandra Farmer were familiar with the procedure from their experience in Ko-oren, and both scored their attempts on goal easily; Aeneas Farmer then padded away the puck to leave McIllmurray with a free shot at victory, and our captain seized on the chance with a feint past the Nova Calanian goalkeeper.

The joy of the triumph was tempered with the knowledge that the afternoon match against Central Wisteria College would be a far more physically draining game; in the event, it was one this writer, exhausted and winded from eighty minutes of ice hockey, saw from the side of the rink, with Richard Cairns and Kimberley Smith coming into the side as Trevithick also made way. Predictably, the Wisterians sought to impose themselves on the match from the start, but McIllmurray kept enough players on the University side of the rink to blunt their attacks, with Aeneas Farmer covering his goal crease well.
The offensive strategy, cynical though it felt, was to capitalise whenever Wisterian gamesmanship left them with a numerical disadvantage - which, unfortunately, happened with some regularity, with the University regularly having a player or two more on the ice. Eventually, after a largely fruitless first session, this paid off towards the end of the second period; McIllmurray broke out across the halfway line and lashed the puck down the ice for Ivanushkin to catch the Wisterian goaltender off guard, his simple shot giving the University a lead they would not relinquish.
The Wisterians responded with a renewed determination that manifested in a barrage of attacks, using their superior strength to physically create openings and pepper Aeneas Farmer with shots. Too often, though, it also found expression as a misguided aggression; when Smith found an opening at the start of the third period and nearly repeated McIllmurray's breakout she was upended by a very, very clumsy block that sparked a physical confrontation when Cairns came to assist his comrade, and was left unable to continue with her ankles bruised and tender.
The University were therefore down to five, but the ensuing penalties - including five minutes to Cairns for retaliation - sapped much of the headwind of the match, leaving it playing out aimlessly with both teams below full strength. It represented not so much a triumph of socialism as it did a victory for luck and pragmatism, but the distinction mattered little to our aching bodies, and it was a very happy team that crawled back to the hostel last night. Southern Victoriaville University await on Friday, and on the evidence of today we will be ready for anything they are capable of.

southern victoriaville university
victoriaville, cassadaigua - afternoon, friday 19 april - morning, thursday 25 april

Another university with a well-resourced and integrated athletic programme in the Nova Calanian mould, Victoriaville lies in the ice sport heartlands of Cassadaigua's southwest, and its university has a national reputation in the sport that almost exceeds its academic accomplishments. They are by far the larger of the two Cassadagan entries to the competition, but for all their institutional backing have been down on their luck so far; they narrowly lost their opening game to LeBois Santura University from Cardenao, and required a shootout to overcome the Nova Calanians in their evening match.
Cassadaigua is a matriarchal society, and accordingly the Southern Victoriaville players lean heavily female and highly athletic, with their skater Jennifer Lawson standing over even the 1.9 metre Jonathan McIllmurray at the photo session earlier in the week. They will likely be a tough opponent, with four separate sets of attacking skaters and nearly as many players in their reserve as the Ice Sport Association have brought for the entire tournament, but we will hopefully have the advantage of rest, and be able to rise to their level for what should be some exciting, tactically even ice hockey.
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NSAH I - A Start

Postby TJUN-ia » Fri Apr 19, 2024 2:44 pm

Hockey. Collegiate Hockey.
It's necessary for our development and for our future.
Two familiar schools have Ice Hockey programs and so, these two gladiators look to do us proud.


Central State
CSU Hockey is the 2nd biggest sport for the school behind basketball and because of that, a large gathering of Grizzlies fans were willing to make the trip to Osterhalten for this inaugural tournament. Their first opponent was Medan State and as an inaugural international game, this one was certainly tight. CSU took the lead in the 1st thanks to Karina Stepova but the opposition would get one back in the 2nd and after that, Overtime couldn't split them. A shootout was required and in that scenario, Medan State pulled out the 2-1 win.

Game 2 against Sports Collegium ex Germania definitely went better as the Grizzlies stormed away with the win, with Aoki Mawanaka getting two and Kim Min-Seong with the 3rd.

College of Portside
The Mariners like hockey...not as much as basketball or lacrosse, but enough that locals pay attention to it - especially when they do well. They started out Group 5 playa against El Dorado Institute of Technology (or ELIT, I guess) and this game certainly was fun for those who love the M's. Both of their goals would be scored in the 2nd period, both through TimTim Tobias, as CPortside got the 2-0 starting gun.

Game 2 would be up against Universidade de Beaumont and this one would be more frustrating than anything else. Both teams had changes, both in regulation and in Overtime, but the goalies weren't being beaten today and that meant only one thing: a shootout. This time, CPortside got the 1-0 win thanks to the only goal of the game from Shane McKraken.
1st: ECC4/5, NSSCRA13, RLWC22, IBS20, EBT3, EIHT2
2nd: NSCF24/26, ARWC4, WC:TOTS, IBC34, IBS17, RUWC33/35, ECC6
3rd: ARWC3, IBC32, ECC3/7, ARWC6, ET20IV
NSSCRA - JR
T1: #07 Michael Stefan (S13 T1 Champ/9W)/#64 Alfonso Mercado (3W)/#03 Maddison Riley-Jones (S10 T2 Champ/2W-T1/3W-T2)
T2: #96 Alice Jepkosgei (3W)/#70 Gongming Gao [NCR] (5W)/#79 Axel Chase

WGPO: #11 Lane Carter (2W)/ #9 Batu Tüvshinbayar (WGP2 S5 Champion/1W)
NSTT: 4 S-Titles (3 RU)/2 D-Titles (6 RU)

UN - U1
TJUN (Ta-Jun) - An organ of the UN that focuses on "international role-play" (i.e. USA = Fang the Sniper) (U2)
TJUN-ia (Ta-Jun-ee-a) - The testing grounds of TJUN members, but operates as an independent nation. (U3)

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Postby Osterhalten » Fri Apr 19, 2024 7:39 pm

MD2 - games 3 and 4 RESULTS

COLLEGIATE


GROUP 1
AQU - Karlei University 1–0 DOR - Naval Academy of Rava
DAH - University of Varsaviae 0–1 FAN - Université de Hermeville

Group 1                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 FAN - Université de Hermeville 3 2 1 0 6 4 +2 4
2 DAH - University of Varsaviae 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 2
DOR - Naval Academy of Rava 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 2
UTA - Bingham Young University 2 1 1 0 2 2 0 2
5 AQU - Karlei University 3 1 2 0 1 5 −4 2

Game 4
DOR - Naval Academy of Rava 3–1 DAH - University of Varsaviae
UTA - Bingham Young University 3–3 AQU - Karlei University (1–2 SO)

Group 1                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 FAN - Université de Hermeville 3 2 1 0 6 4 +2 4
2 DOR - Naval Academy of Rava 3 2 1 0 4 2 2 4
3 AQU - Karlei University 4 2 2 0 4 8 −2 4
4 UTA - Bingham Young University 3 1 1 1 2 2 0 3
5 DAH - University of Varsaviae 3 1 2 0 2 4 -2 2


GROUP 2

OST - Vichelin University 1–1 CDG - White Mountain College (1–2 OT)
KIM - Lumikukkulat University 1–0 UTA - Utah State University
Group 2                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 WPD - Fedoro University 2 2 0 0 4 2 +2 4
2 CDG - White Mountain College 2 1 0 1 4 4 0 3
3 OST - Vichelin University 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 3
4 UTA - Utah State University 3 1 2 0 1 2 -1 2
5 KIM - Lumikukkulat University 2 1 1 0 1 2 −1 2

Game 4
CDG - White Mountain College 3–0 KIM - Lumikukkulat University
WPD - Fedoro University 0–1 OST - Vichelin University

Group 2                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CDG - White Mountain College 3 2 0 1 7 4 +3 5
2 OST - Vichelin University 4 2 1 1 4 3 +1 5
3 WPD - Fedoro University 3 2 1 0 4 3 +1 4
4 UTA - Utah State University 3 1 2 0 1 2 -1 2
5 KIM - Lumikukkulat University 3 1 2 0 1 5 −4 2

GROUP 3
BNJ - Moravica A&M University 1–0 ESL - Kineziologija Podgora
ARD - Clearwell University 1–0 UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer

Group 3                                                       Pld    W   L    GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 ARD - Clearwell University 2 2 0 2 0 +2 4
2 CRN - Crpostown University 2 1 1 4 3 +1 2
3 ESL - Kineziologija Podgora 2 1 1 3 3 0 2
4 UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 3 1 2 5 6 -1 2
5 BNJ - Moravica A&M University 3 1 2 4 6 −2 2

Game 4
ESL - Kineziologija Podgora 0–0 ARD - Clearwell University (0–1 OT)
CRN - Crpostown University 0–1 BNJ - Moravica A&M University

Group 3                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 ARD - Clearwell University 3 3 0 0 3 0 +3 6
2 BNJ - Moravica A&M University 4 2 2 0 5 6 −1 4
3 ESL - Kineziologija Podgora 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 3
4 CRN - Crpostown University 3 1 2 0 4 3 +1 2
5 UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 3 1 2 0 5 6 -1 2

GROUP 4
TJU - Central State University 1–0 OST - Grand University of Ingny
DEL - Medan State University 3–2 DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania

Group 4                                                       Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 TJU - Central State University 3 2 0 1 5 1 +4 5
2 DEL - Medan State University 2 2 0 0 4 3 0 4
3 AMN - Harbin Sport University 2 1 0 1 3 4 −1 3
4 OST - Grand University of Ingny 2 1 1 0 4 4 0 2
5 DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 3 0 2 1 2 6 −4 1

Game 4
OST - Grand University of Ingny 0–2 DEL - Medan State University
AMN - Harbin Sport University 0–1 TJU - Central State University

Group 4                                                       Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 TJU - Central State University 4 3 0 1 6 1 +5 7
2 DEL - Medan State University 3 3 0 0 6 3 3 6
3 AMN - Harbin Sport University 3 1 1 1 3 5 −2 3
4 OST - Grand University of Ingny 3 1 2 0 4 6 -2 2
5 DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 3 0 2 1 2 6 −4 1
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GROUP 5
TJU - College of Portside 5–3 AMN - Heilongjiang University
PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 0–3 LIS - Universidade de Beaumont

Group 5                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 TJU - College of Portside 3 3 0 0 7 3 +4 6
2 CRN - Valeria State University 2 2 0 0 3 1 +2 4
3 LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 3 1 1 1 3 1 +2 3
4 AMN - Heilongjiang University 2 0 2 0 4 7 −3 0
5 PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 2 0 2 0 0 5 −5 0

Game 4
AMN - Heilongjiang University 3–0 PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology
CRN - Valeria State University 2–0 TJU - College of Portside

Group 5                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
2 CRN - Valeria State University 3 3 0 0 5 1 +4 6
1 TJU - College of Portside 4 3 1 0 7 5 +2 6
3 LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 3 1 1 1 3 1 +2 3
4 AMN - Heilongjiang University 3 1 2 0 7 7 0 2
5 PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 3 0 3 0 0 8 −8 0
[/spoiler]

GROUP 6
FAN - Université de Cherreyes 3–5 LIS - Universidade de Salinas
MIR - Aeolis University 1–2 ARD - Bale Union University

Group 6                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 ARD - Bale Union University 3 2 0 1 5 4 1 5
2 LIS - Universidade de Salinas 2 2 0 0 6 3 +3 4
3 MIR - Aeolis University 2 1 1 0 4 3 +1 2
4 WPD - Bucketwood University 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 2
5 FAN - Université de Cherreyes 3 0 3 0 6 11 −5 0

Game 4
LIS - Universidade de Salinas 3–0 MIR - Aeolis University
WPD - Bucketwood University 1–1 FAN - Université de Cherreyes (2–1 SO)

Group 6                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 LIS - Universidade de Salinas 3 3 0 0 9 3 +6 6
2 ARD - Bale Union University 3 2 0 1 5 4 1 5
3 WPD - Bucketwood University 3 2 1 0 2 2 0 4
4 MIR - Aeolis University 3 1 2 0 4 6 -2 2
5 FAN - Université de Cherreyes 4 0 3 1 7 12 −5 1

GROUP 7
MIR - Collins University 3–2 CAD - Küsbon College
ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 1–1 BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University (2–1 OT)

Group 7                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 MIR - Collins University 3 3 0 0 7 3 +4 6
2 BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 3 2 1 0 3 4 −1 4
3 ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 2 1 0 1 2 2 0 3
4 AQU - University of Telora 2 1 1 0 1 2 −1 2
5 CAD - Küsbon College 2 0 1 1 3 4 -1 1

Game 4
CAD - Küsbon College 3–3 ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora (4–3 OT)
AQU - University of Telora 0–2 MIR - Collins University

Group 7                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 MIR - Collins University 4 4 0 0 9 3 +6 8
2 BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 3 2 1 0 3 4 −1 4
3 ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 3 1 0 2 5 6 -1 4
4 CAD - Küsbon College 3 1 1 1 7 7 0 3
5 AQU - University of Telora 3 1 2 0 1 4 −3 2

GROUP 8
CDG - Southern Victoriaville University 3–0 WST - Grand Wisteria College
CAD - LeBois Santura 0–2 UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska

Group 8                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 UPI - University of the Plough Islands 2 2 0 0 2 1 +1 4
2 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University 3 2 1 0 6 4 2 4
3 UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 3 1 0 2 4 2 2 4
4 CAD - LeBois Santura 2 1 1 0 3 4 -1 2
5 WST - Grand Wisteria College 2 0 2 0 0 4 −4 0

Game 4
WST - Grand Wisteria College 2–2 CAD - LeBois Santura (3–2 OT)
UPI - University of the Plough Islands 1–1 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University (2–1 OT)

Group 8                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 UPI - University of the Plough Islands 3 3 0 0 4 2 +2 6
2 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University 4 2 1 1 7 6 1 5
3 UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 3 1 0 2 4 2 2 4
4 CAD - LeBois Santura 3 1 1 1 5 7 -2 3
5 WST - Grand Wisteria College 3 1 2 0 3 6 −3 2

HIGH SCHOOL

GROUP 1
ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora 0–0 CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy (4–3 SO)
DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 3–2 OST - Woodward High School

Group 1                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CRN - Kantver College 2 2 0 0 4 2 +2 4
2 DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 2 2 0 0 3 2 1 4
3 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora 3 1 0 2 2 3 −1 4
4 OST - Woodward High School 3 1 2 0 6 7 -1 2
5 CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy 2 0 0 2 1 2 −1 2

Game 4
CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy 0–1 DAH - Ventus Pragae High School
CRN - Kantver College 1–1 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora (1–0 SO)

Group 1                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CRN - Kantver College 3 3 0 0 5 3 +2 6
2 DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 3 3 0 0 4 2 2 6
3 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora 4 1 0 3 3 4 −1 5
4 OST - Woodward High School 3 1 2 0 6 7 -1 2
5 CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy 3 0 1 2 1 3 −2 2

GROUP 2
CAD - Riverstone International School 3–1 LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont
CRN - Exetenia Public School 3–3 DAH - Berlin Athletics High School (3–4 OT)

Group 2                                                             Pld    W   L    OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CAD - Riverstone International School 3 2 0 1 6 2 +4 5
2 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy 2 2 0 0 5 2 +3 4
3 DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 3 2 1 0 3 4 −1 3
4 CRN - Exetenia Public School 2 0 1 1 4 6 −2 1
5 LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont 2 0 2 0 3 7 −4 0

Game 4
LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont 1–2 CRN - Exetenia Public School
OST - Argonne-Durand Academy 3–2 CAD - Riverstone International School

Group 2                                                             Pld    W   L    OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy 3 3 0 0 8 4 +4 6
2 CAD - Riverstone International School 4 2 1 1 8 5 +3 5
3 DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 3 2 1 0 3 4 −1 3
4 CRN - Exetenia Public School 3 1 1 1 7 8 −1 3
5 LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont 3 0 3 0 4 9 −5 0

GROUP 3
WPD - Pender HS 3–3 WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought (1–2 SO)
LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 5–2 DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki

Group 3                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 2 2 0 0 8 4 +4 4
2 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka 2 2 0 0 3 1 +2 4
3 DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 3 1 1 1 4 7 -3 3
4 WPD - Pender HS 3 0 1 2 5 7 −2 2
5 WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought 2 1 1 0 3 4 −1 2

Game 4
WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought 0–2 LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas
ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka 1–3 WPD - Pender HS

Group 3                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 3 3 0 0 10 4 +6 6
2 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka 3 2 1 0 4 4 0 4
3 WPD - Pender HS 4 1 1 2 8 8 0 4
4 DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 3 1 1 1 4 7 -3 3
5 WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought 3 1 2 0 3 6 −3 2


Next Cutoff: 4/21 Sunday, 6:00 EST
Please let me know if you notice any mistakes. I will correct them as soon as possible. Table formatting errors are due to lack of time and forum issues.
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Postby United States of Nova Calania » Sat Apr 20, 2024 10:17 am

Nova Calania


Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska Aztecs

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Location: Ostrow Krolewski, Odlegla Ziemia
Arena: Wlodzimierz Wolkowicz Arena
Capacity: 6,200
Home Colors Black and red
Away colors: White, black and red

Head Coach: Kazimierz Kocur

17	C	Maksymilian Kocur	20
21 C Hou Aiguo 20
38 C Elzbieta Borowska 19
15 C Katarzyna Kocur 18
27 AD Camille Langevin 20
12 AD Zbigniew Adamkiewicz 20
41 AD Wladyslawa Bogusz 18
9 AD Grzegorz Pawlowski 18
34 AG Szczepan Grzywacz 21
82 AG Xu Meixiu 19
20 AG Beatrycze Matuszczak 20
81 AG Oliwia Gesicki 18
74 DG Bronislaw Drozd 21
5 DD Chloe Gorski 19
84 DG Malgorzata Kapek 19
8 DD Slawomir Wodzinski 18
7 DD Lu Qing 18
32 DG Kacper Sipowicz 19
30 GK Anastazja Lubanska 21
70 GK Roksana Janowicz 18


Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer Toucans

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Location: Baie-Sainte-Marguerite district, Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer
Arena: Aréna des Toucans
Capacity: 17,700
Home colors: Green, black and yellow
Away colors: White, green and black

Head Coach: Serge Huberdeau

24	C	William Lalumière	18
37 C Sébastien Pépin 19
92 C Émile Gaumond 19
29 C Daphnée Carreau 18
27 AG Antoine Surette 19
40 AG Guillaume McManus 19
68 AG Émilie Tapin 21
12 AG Alexandre Brideau 18
28 AD Mikolaj Klimczak 19
77 AD Holly Ludwig 18
89 AD Catherine Delaunière 18
44 AD Mégane Viens 18
33 DD Cassandra McGee 20
22 DG Francis Huberdeau 19
23 DG Kevin Dupuis 21
70 DD Xavier Barbe 19
45 DG Ariana Ruiz Espinoza 18
41 DD Gabriel Gilmour 18
60 GK Annabelle Casgrain 20
30 GK Bianca Croteau 18

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NSAH II - Hockey Huh

Postby TJUN-ia » Sun Apr 21, 2024 1:25 pm

Hockey. Collegiate Hockey.
It's necessary for our development and for our future.
Two familiar schools have Ice Hockey programs and so, these two gladiators look to do us proud.


Central State
Three points last time out for the Grizzlies put them in a good place and for their final group games of the group stage, they hope to do enough to secure progression into whatever the next stage looks like. That process began against one of the host schools, the Grand University of Ingny, and this one was certainly close but in the end, a solitary breakthrough in the 2nd by Christopher Mejia was enough to secure the dub. After that came Harbin Sport University and once again, this one was close...but in the end Karina Stepova got the deciding goal in the end. 7 points in the bag, will that be enough?

College of Portside
Meanwhile, CPortside had started off 2-from-2 and they certainly wanted to keep the good times rolling in Group 5. Against Heilongjiang University, the Mariners had a bit of a goal fest on their hands. The opposition managed to get three goals for themselves and in other scenarios, that would've been enough...but not in this one. John McKraken got a hatty and Johnathan Okuwu a brace in a 5-3 win. The less said about the Valeria State game the better, a 2-0 defeat meaning the Ms are 2nd on the bye. Will that be enough?
1st: ECC4/5, NSSCRA13, RLWC22, IBS20, EBT3, EIHT2
2nd: NSCF24/26, ARWC4, WC:TOTS, IBC34, IBS17, RUWC33/35, ECC6
3rd: ARWC3, IBC32, ECC3/7, ARWC6, ET20IV
NSSCRA - JR
T1: #07 Michael Stefan (S13 T1 Champ/9W)/#64 Alfonso Mercado (3W)/#03 Maddison Riley-Jones (S10 T2 Champ/2W-T1/3W-T2)
T2: #96 Alice Jepkosgei (3W)/#70 Gongming Gao [NCR] (5W)/#79 Axel Chase

WGPO: #11 Lane Carter (2W)/ #9 Batu Tüvshinbayar (WGP2 S5 Champion/1W)
NSTT: 4 S-Titles (3 RU)/2 D-Titles (6 RU)

UN - U1
TJUN (Ta-Jun) - An organ of the UN that focuses on "international role-play" (i.e. USA = Fang the Sniper) (U2)
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Postby The Plough Islands » Sun Apr 21, 2024 2:40 pm

University of the Plough Islands 2-1 Southern Victoriaville University (after overtime)
Players: Aeneas Farmer, Cairns, Cassandra Farmer, McIllmurray (Trevithick, 60:00), Cunningham, Ivanushkin.
Goals: Ivanushkin x 2 (24:30 & 69:09), Myers (Southern Victoriaville University, 52:13)

on the 20th April 2024, "a call to arms", the University of the Plough Islands student journal, wrote:
icarus regrets and retires, puzzled
as the ice sport association build on their strong start of their tournament, frederick cunningham explores life away from the ice rink

None of us have come out to Esportiva seriously expecting to be competitive, and so hopefully we could be forgiven that, with the schedule presenting the opportunity for a break - even if only half a day - and having won our first two games against much better resourced opposition, we felt like some kind of reward was warranted. Having spent most of the last fortnight either at the hostel, on the practice rink, or shuttling between the two, our discussions quickly coalesced on giving ourselves a chance to relax, and get in what practice we could at the arena before our match on Friday afternoon.
With Dr. Berezhnoy reachable by phone but otherwise satisfied that we could look after ourselves, Thursday therefore became an unofficial rest day, with Jonathan McIllmurray leading a group of players out into Comyard city centre. Not all of us made the journey; as this writer had a report to file, myself and Cassandra Farmer contented ourselves with an evening stroll along the lakefront, before finding ourselves in a social club on the quayside discussing a variety of things only tangentially related to ice hockey with Qing Lu and Meixiu Xu from the Polish University of Nova Calania.
Some of our comrades had more exciting adventures, and a few of the team were caught out by the midnight curfew at our hostel and had to be fetched by security; of note, Sergey Ivanushkin and Robin Trevithick's evening had somehow ended at a rapid chess tournament, where the latter had managed to win a small bundle of colourful banknotes for second place overall (!), while Clytemnestra Farmer returned even later with a constable in tow, a story that cannot be printed, and a headache that could not be banished, precluding her from playing any part against Southern Victoriaville University.
In the event, the first period of that game was largely uneventful, with the Cassadagans seemingly happy to settle into a rhythm closer to Plough Islander ice hockey, but after the break things became a lot more hectic. The women in purple nearly always had the better of any physical battles over the University, and it was on a rare break out of our own that Ivanushkin took an unexpected lead, feinting past Katie Bausher and flicking a low shot into the corner from close range.
Having gone behind, our opponents seemed to spur into action, putting more of themselves into checks and tackles, and Shannon Shapiro was penalised just before the end of the period for a particularly rough collision on McIllmurray. Our captain came out the worst from the incident, clutching at his side as we came off the ice, but insisted to us all that he was fine to continue; he nevertheless spent most of the final period out by the side boards, while the rest of the University team dropped back into our own half of the rink to try and weather increasing Cassadagan pressure.
As strong as we were, and as alert as Aeneas Farmer proved in goal, our slender lead could not hold forever, and seven minutes from the end our luck ran dry as Sierra Myers pushed past Cassandra Farmer and angled a shot that ricocheted back across the goal and in. Though Southern Victoriaville were now very much on the front skate, there was too little time remaining for either side to create a chance, and so it was once more to overtime. By now the pain of his ribs was getting to McIllmurray, and the University captain reluctantly took himself out of the game in favour of Trevithick.
The Suttoner immediately brought some new energy to our team, as we began to metaphorically fight back against our larger and more athletic foes, and when the winning moment came he played a large part in it. Trevithick had dummied past Myers and found me from across the rink with an excellent pass that I was only partially aware of; under pressure from Shapiro, my shot was rushed and straight at Bausher, who blocked the puck out forcefully. She could only find the oncoming Ivanushkin, though, who reacted instinctively and found a gap under the scrambling goaltender for our third win in a row.
The Cassadagans took the defeat with good grace, but most of the crowd in the Comyard Arena had been wearing purple, and our celebratory huddle felt almost absurd amidst what felt like a roaring silence. As is usually the case, though, there is always some cause for concern even in victory, and that night it was McIlmurray; if only to avoid any aggravation of his old injuries, he may not lead the team on Sunday against LeBois Santura University and the Nova Calanians. In spite of that, there is enough buoyancy in our small group of players to begin to fuel dreams of what we might yet be capable of.

lebois santura university
new cardonia, cardenao - morning, sunday 21 april - afternoon, thursday 25 april

Despite the best efforts of this writer, the "Broncos" have been quite elusive thus far in Osterhalten - international reporting on the university is scant outside of their professional gridiron football team, requests for information have been met with confusion and silence, and though we nominally share an allocated practice rink, they have normally left well in advance of our arrival at the school, their garishly dark blue and orange signwritten bus and its faintly incongruous 'BSU' acronym the only visible sign of their presence.
What we can infer implies an exceptionally well-resourced institution; LeBois Santura University have competed in multiple international gridiron football competitions and also been nominated to represent the country in last year's "World Bowl" competition, wearing the national colours to do so. Their ice hockey team have, though, had more indifferent results in Osterhalten, scoring five goals in three games but yet to win since the first day of the tournament, and it remains to be seen what side of the institution we will encounter tomorrow morning in the arena.
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MD2 - games 5 and 6 RESULTS

COLLEGIATE


GROUP 1
DAH - University of Varsaviae 2–2 UTA - Bingham Young University (2–3 OT)
FAN - Université de Hermeville 1–2 DOR - Naval Academy of Rava

Group 1                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 DOR - Naval Academy of Rava 4 3 1 0 6 3 +3 6
2 UTA - Bingham Young University 4 2 1 1 5 4 1 5
3 FAN - Université de Hermeville 4 2 2 0 7 6 +1 4
4 AQU - Karlei University 4 2 2 0 4 8 −2 4
5 DAH - University of Varsaviae 4 1 2 1 4 7 -3 3

Game 6
FAN - Université de Hermeville 3–6 UTA - Bingham Young University
DAH - University of Varsaviae 1–1 AQU - Karlei University (1–2 OT)


Group 1                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 UTA - Bingham Young University 5 3 1 1 11 7 4 7
2 DOR - Naval Academy of Rava 4 3 1 0 6 3 +3 6
3 AQU - Karlei University 5 3 2 0 6 9 −3 6
4 FAN - Université de Hermeville 5 2 3 0 10 12 -2 4
5 DAH - University of Varsaviae 5 1 2 2 5 9 -4 4


GROUP 2

KIM - Lumikukkulat University 1–1 WPD - Fedoro University (0–1 SO)
UTA - Utah State University 1–2 CDG - White Mountain College

Group 2                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CDG - White Mountain College 4 3 0 1 9 5 +4 7
2 WPD - Fedoro University 4 3 1 0 5 4 +1 6
3 OST - Vichelin University 4 2 1 1 4 3 +1 5
4 KIM - Lumikukkulat University 4 1 2 1 2 6 −4 3
5 UTA - Utah State University 4 1 3 0 2 4 -2 2

Game 4
UTA - Utah State University 2–1 WPD - Fedoro University
KIM - Lumikukkulat University 0–0 OST - Vichelin University (1–0 OT)

Group 2                                                          Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CDG - White Mountain College 4 3 0 1 9 5 +4 7
2 WPD - Fedoro University 5 3 2 0 6 6 0 6
3 OST - Vichelin University 5 2 1 2 4 4 0 6
4 KIM - Lumikukkulat University 5 2 2 1 2 6 −4 5
5 UTA - Utah State University 5 2 3 0 4 5 -1 4

GROUP 3
ARD - Clearwell University 5–6 CRN - Crpostown University
UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 2–0 ESL - Kineziologija Podgora

Group 3                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 ARD - Clearwell University 4 3 1 0 8 6 +2 6
2 UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 4 2 2 0 7 6 +1 4
3 BNJ - Moravica A&M University 4 2 2 0 5 6 −1 4
4 CRN - Crpostown University 4 2 2 0 4 5 -1 4
5 ESL - Kineziologija Podgora 4 1 2 1 3 5 -2 3

Game 6
UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 5–2 CRN - Crpostown University
ARD - Clearwell University 2–3 BNJ - Moravica A&M University

Group 3                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 UNC - Université nationale de Saint-Jean-Jacques-sur-Mer 5 3 2 0 12 8 +4 6
2 ARD - Clearwell University 5 3 2 0 10 9 +1 6
3 BNJ - Moravica A&M University 5 3 2 0 8 8 0 6
4 CRN - Crpostown University 5 2 3 0 6 10 -4 4
5 ESL - Kineziologija Podgora 4 1 2 1 3 5 -2 3

GROUP 4
DEL - Medan State University 0–0 AMN - Harbin Sport University (1–0 OT)
DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 4–2 OST - Grand University of Ingny

Group 4                                                       Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 TJU - Central State University 4 3 0 1 6 1 +5 7
2 DEL - Medan State University 4 4 0 0 7 3 4 8
3 AMN - Harbin Sport University 4 1 1 2 3 6 −3 4
4 DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 4 1 2 1 6 8 −2 3
5 OST - Grand University of Ingny 4 1 3 0 6 10 -4 2

Game 6
DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 1–0 AMN - Harbin Sport University
DEL - Medan State University 2–0 TJU - Central State University

Group 4                                                       Pld   W   L   OTL   GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 DEL - Medan State University 5 5 0 0 9 3 +6 10
2 TJU - Central State University 5 3 1 1 6 3 +3 7
3 DAH - Sports Collegium ex Germania 5 2 2 1 7 8 −1 5
4 AMN - Harbin Sport University 5 1 2 2 3 7 −4 4
5 OST - Grand University of Ingny 4 1 3 0 6 10 -4 2

GROUP 5
PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 2–1 CRN - Valeria State University
LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 3–1 AMN - Heilongjiang University

Group 5                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 CRN - Valeria State University 4 3 1 0 6 3 +3 6
2 TJU - College of Portside 4 3 1 0 7 5 +2 6
3 LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 4 2 1 1 6 2 +4 5
4 AMN - Heilongjiang University 4 1 3 0 8 10 -2 2
5 PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 4 1 3 0 2 9 −7 2

Game 6
LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 1–0 CRN - Valeria State University
PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 0–0 TJU - College of Portside (1–2 SO)

Group 5                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 TJU - College of Portside 5 4 1 0 7 5 +2 8
2 LIS - Universidade de Beaumont 5 3 1 1 7 2 +5 7
3 CRN - Valeria State University 5 3 2 0 6 4 +2 6
4 PRD - El Dorado Institute of Technology 5 1 3 1 2 9 −7 3
5 AMN - Heilongjiang University 4 1 3 0 8 10 -2 2

GROUP 6
MIR - Aeolis University 0–1 WPD - Bucketwood University
ARD - Bale Union University 2–0 LIS - Universidade de Salinas

Group 6                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 ARD - Bale Union University 4 3 0 1 7 4 +3 7
2 LIS - Universidade de Salinas 4 3 1 0 9 5 +4 6
3 WPD - Bucketwood University 4 3 1 0 3 2 +1 6
4 MIR - Aeolis University 4 1 3 0 4 7 -3 2
5 FAN - Université de Cherreyes 4 0 3 1 7 12 −5 1

Game 6
ARD - Bale Union University 0–3 WPD - Bucketwood University
MIR - Aeolis University 1–1 FAN - Université de Cherreyes (3–2 SO)

Group 6                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 WPD - Bucketwood University 5 4 1 0 6 2 +4 8
2 ARD - Bale Union University 5 3 1 1 7 7 0 7
3 LIS - Universidade de Salinas 4 3 1 0 9 5 +4 6
4 MIR - Aeolis University 5 2 3 0 5 8 -3 4
5 FAN - Université de Cherreyes 5 0 3 2 8 13 −5 2

GROUP 7
ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 0–4 AQU - University of Telora
BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 1–0 CAD - Küsbon College

Group 7                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 MIR - Collins University 4 4 0 0 9 3 +6 8
2 BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 4 3 1 0 4 4 0 6
3 AQU - University of Telora 4 2 2 0 5 4 +1 4
4 ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 4 1 1 2 5 10 -5 4
5 CAD - Küsbon College 4 1 2 1 7 8 -1 3

Game 6
BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 2–3 AQU - University of Telora
ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 2–2 MIR - Collins University (0–2 SO)

Group 7                                                       Pld    W   L  OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 MIR - Collins University 5 5 0 0 11 5 +6 10
2 AQU - University of Telora 5 3 2 0 8 6 +2 6
3 BNJ - Sankt Adelheid University 5 3 2 0 6 7 -1 6
4 ESL - Nacionalno Veleučilište Podgora 5 1 1 3 7 12 -5 5
5 CAD - Küsbon College 4 1 2 1 7 8 -1 3

GROUP 8
CAD - LeBois Santura 0–1 UPI - University of the Plough Islands
UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 2–0 WST - Grand Wisteria College

[pre]Group 8 Pld W L OTL GF GA GD Pts
1 UPI - University of the Plough Islands 4 4 0 0 5 2 +3 8
2 UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 4 2 0 2 6 2 +4 6
3 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University 4 2 1 1 7 6 1 5
4 CAD - LeBois Santura 4 1 2 1 5 8 -3 3
5 WST - Grand Wisteria College 4 1 3 0 3 8 −5 2

Game 6
UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 1–5 UPI - University of the Plough Islands
CAD - LeBois Santura 0–0 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University (0–1 OT)

Group 8                                                       Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 UPI - University of the Plough Islands 5 5 0 0 10 3 +7 10
2 CDG - Southern Victoriaville University 5 3 1 1 8 6 +2 7
3 UNC - Uniwersytet Nowa Kalanianska 5 2 1 2 7 7 0 6
4 CAD - LeBois Santura 5 1 2 2 5 9 -4 4
5 WST - Grand Wisteria College 4 1 3 0 3 8 −5 2

HIGH SCHOOL

GROUP 1
DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 3–3 CRN - Kantver College (4–3 OT)
OST - Woodward High School 4–1 CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy

Group 1                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 4 4 0 0 8 5 +3 8
2 CRN - Kantver College 4 3 0 1 8 7 +1 7
3 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora 4 1 0 3 3 4 −1 5
4 OST - Woodward High School 4 2 2 0 10 8 +2 4
5 CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy 4 0 2 2 2 7 −5 2

Game 6
OST - Woodward High School 5–4 CRN - Kantver College
DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 5–2 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora

Group 1                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 DAH - Ventus Pragae High School 5 5 0 0 13 7 +6 10
2 CRN - Kantver College 5 3 1 1 12 12 0 7
3 OST - Woodward High School 5 3 2 0 15 12 +3 6
4 ESL - Srednja Ekonomska Škola - Podgora 5 1 1 3 5 9 −4 5
5 CAD - Brøgby Preparatory Academy 4 0 2 2 2 7 −5 2

GROUP 2
CRN - Exetenia Public School 2–3 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy
DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 1–2 LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont

Group 2                                                             Pld    W   L    OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy 4 4 0 0 11 6 +5 8
2 CAD - Riverstone International School 4 2 1 1 8 5 +3 5
3 DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 4 2 2 0 4 6 −2 3
4 CRN - Exetenia Public School 4 1 2 1 9 11 −2 3
5 LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont 4 1 3 0 7 11 −4 2

Game 4
DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 0–1 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy
CRN - Exetenia Public School 4–4 CAD - Riverstone International School (0–1 SO)

Group 2                                                             Pld    W   L    OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 OST - Argonne-Durand Academy 5 5 0 0 12 6 +6 10
2 CAD - Riverstone International School 5 3 1 1 12 9 +3 7
3 CRN - Exetenia Public School 5 1 2 2 13 15 −2 4
4 DAH - Berlin Athletics High School 5 2 3 0 4 7 −3 3
5 LIS - École Sécundaire Gallienoise de Beaumont 4 1 3 0 7 11 −4 2

GROUP 3
LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 0–0 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka (1–2 SO)
DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 1–1 WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought (2–4 SO)

Group 3                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 4 3 0 1 10 4 +6 7
2 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka 4 3 1 0 4 4 0 6
3 WPD - Pender HS 4 1 1 2 8 8 0 4
4 WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought 4 2 2 0 4 7 −3 4
5 DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 4 1 1 2 5 8 -3 4

Game 6
DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 0–1 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka
LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 6–1 WPD - Pender HS

Group 3                                                             Pld    W   L   OTL  GF   GA   GD   Pts 
1 LIS - Escola Secundária de Aplicação da Universidade de Salinas 5 4 0 1 16 5 +11 9
2 ESL - Srednja Tehnička Škola - Luka 5 4 1 0 5 4 1 8
3 WST - Jax Coolidge School of Thought 4 2 2 0 4 7 −3 4
4 DOR - Szkoła Mistrzostwa Sportowego Koronki 5 1 2 2 5 9 -4 4
5 WPD - Pender HS 5 1 2 2 9 14 -5 4


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NSAH III - There's More?!

Postby TJUN-ia » Tue Apr 23, 2024 12:52 pm

Hockey. Collegiate Hockey.
It's necessary for our development and for our future.
Two familiar schools have Ice Hockey programs and so, these two gladiators look to do us proud.


Central State
So yeah, funny story. This tournament is actually double round-robin...so all that hype was actually a false alarm. The Grizzlies did have a bye on MD5 before their rematch with Medan State...and that simply ended in a 2-0 defeat. Now at 3-1-1, they will need to ensure things go smoothly from here or else elimination will certainly be on the cards.

College of Portside
As for the Mariners, they also had their bye before a rematch with El Dorado IT...and this one was certainly tense, with neither regulation nor overtime separating these sides. In the shootout, it would end up being TimTim Tobias and Johnathan Okuwu that secured the 2-1 and another win to the board.
1st: ECC4/5, NSSCRA13, RLWC22, IBS20, EBT3, EIHT2
2nd: NSCF24/26, ARWC4, WC:TOTS, IBC34, IBS17, RUWC33/35, ECC6
3rd: ARWC3, IBC32, ECC3/7, ARWC6, ET20IV
NSSCRA - JR
T1: #07 Michael Stefan (S13 T1 Champ/9W)/#64 Alfonso Mercado (3W)/#03 Maddison Riley-Jones (S10 T2 Champ/2W-T1/3W-T2)
T2: #96 Alice Jepkosgei (3W)/#70 Gongming Gao [NCR] (5W)/#79 Axel Chase

WGPO: #11 Lane Carter (2W)/ #9 Batu Tüvshinbayar (WGP2 S5 Champion/1W)
NSTT: 4 S-Titles (3 RU)/2 D-Titles (6 RU)

UN - U1
TJUN (Ta-Jun) - An organ of the UN that focuses on "international role-play" (i.e. USA = Fang the Sniper) (U2)
TJUN-ia (Ta-Jun-ee-a) - The testing grounds of TJUN members, but operates as an independent nation. (U3)

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Postby Kimi-Suomi » Tue Apr 23, 2024 2:40 pm

Lumikukkulat University. Lumikukkulat Yliopisto.
The City of Light has a university that was supposed to debut at another collegiate hockey tournament.
But that one never happened.
Now, the Luminaries are ready to light the way to glory no matter what it takes.


1st Split
The Valaisimet would start off with just a single game, against Vichelin. That didn't go well at all, a 2-0 defeat on debut did hurt.

2nd Split
Up next was Utah State and this one was another close one but in the end, LumiU just about got the job done thanks to a goal from Emma Summanen. After that, White Mountain wiped the floor with us, a Sarah Hill brace and the 3rd from Kaitlin Armstong summing it up.

3rd Split
Against Fedoro, the opposition struck first but Olli Räsänen would extend this contest late on. Another shootout, but this one was lost 1-0. Extras was also needed for the rematch against Vichelin but this time, OT would see Natalia Summanen pull out the win.

5 points in the bank, 3 games to go. Everything still up for grabs.
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