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Saturday, August 23, 2008

5th Year Player at RPI - Can't give it up!

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You can't find a more academically challenging college with this good a football program. A lot of credit has to be given to the players, yes of course, but to the coaches and admissions staff who find players that can compete on a Top 20 D-III football team and endure a very demanding science and engineering academic program.
RPI web site:

RPI Sports web site: (note how it is under student life, not a stand alone sports web site, that tells you a little already). RPI is building what will be the top football stadium in the greater Albany NY area - surpassing SUNY Albany (D-1) in facilities by a big margin...for now.

Casale is back for one last try
Fifth-year student returns to complete RPI career

By PETE DOUGHERTY, Staff writer First published: Saturday, August 23, 2008
TROY — Nick Casale remembers the chilly December day nearly five years ago in Collegeville, Minn., arguably the pinnacle of RPI's 123-year football history. He was a high school senior at the time, and he traveled with his parents to watch his brother Anthony play in the NCAA Division III football semifinals against St. John's (Minn.).

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