Karo Syrup wrote:
Not comparing Georgia to Claremont McKenna unless it is that far down the D3 list. Nobody has bothered to list these top 25 D3 schools and the associated ACT scores and acceptance rates. And so many of you can't seem to understand how larger schools with equivalent ACT scores and acceptance rages to small schools mean more because they provide so many more opportunities for students.
Hard to know who’s 25th (very debatable) but a representative sample would be:
Colorado College: 13% admission rate
All have ACT scores on average 30-33
Ok, whoever said you can get a great education at either D1 and D3 is correct. Except for the very most elite runners, I would argue the competitive experience can be great or not so great in either environment too. Yes, it would be a shame for Nico Young or Cole Hocker to be a D3 student athlete. For the vast majority of 9:10 3200 runners, it makes no difference. Probably true even for those under 9:00.