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NCAA forced to relocate next spring’s Trenton regional

Trenton, N.J. is a no-go for 2013:

The NCAA has been forced to relocate several championships from New Jersey because of a new state law allowing sports wagering on professional and collegiate games.

The five championships, all scheduled in 2013, include the Division I Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, Diving Regionals (Piscataway, March 14-17), Division I Women’s Basketball Championship, Trenton Regional (Trenton, March 30-April 2), Division III Men’s Volleyball Championship (Hoboken, April 26-28) and the Division II and III Women’s Lacrosse Championships (Montclair, May 18-19).

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Marshall’s coaching staff is new and young.

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