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NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Committee chair Mike Kemp says that Albany, N.Y., is a new regional site

NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Committee chair Mike Kemp joined The Rink Live's Mick Hatten and Jess Myers on Feb. 22, 2021, to discuss the unique situation of picking a field of 16 this season. He ended up sharing that Albany, N.Y., will be the fourth regional site for the tournament. The other regional sites are Loveland, Colo.; Fargo, N.D.; and Bridgeport, Conn. Originally, Manchester, N.H., was the fourth site, but pulled out because the facility is not being used.
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Q&A With ... NCAA Committee Chair Mike Kemp

Checking In on Where Things Stand With This Year's Tournament. It's been well-established at this point that the Pairwise — the totally objective system that is used to select the NCAA Tournament field each year — is out the window this season, due to a lack of inter-conference games. There's...
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Bay loses a foundational science leader: tribute to Mike Kemp

When Mike Kemp arrived in the Chesapeake Bay region in the late 1970s, it was at the dawn of an era of discovery — one that the new Chesapeake Biological Laboratory post-doc would play a critical part in for more than four decades. The ink was still wet on the documents launching the U.S. Environmental Agency’s Chesapeake Bay research program, which had been tasked by Congress to determine what was wrong with the nation’s largest estuary. While the answers may seem obvious today, there were not then. By the time Mike died Oct. 19 in Charleston, SC, at 73, he had helped to not only document how and why the Bay was declining, but also got of a glimpse of its recovery.