With the large amouts of universities theoretically changing conferences in the next few years, how does that affect College Soccer? Who are the winners and who are the loosers? ACC: Have: Maryland, Wake Forest, Virginia, NC State, North Carolina, Clemson, Duke Add: BC,Virginia Tech Big East: Loose: BC, Virginia Tech Gain: Louisville, Cinci, South Florida, Marquette, DePaul Have: St. John's, Notre Dame, Rutgers, Seton Hall, Connecticut, Providence, Villanova, Pittsburgh, Georgetown, Syracuse, West Virginia C-USA: Loose: Louisville, Cinci, South Florida, Marquette, DePaul, Charlotte, Saint Louis Gain: Marshall, UCF, SMU, Tulsa A-10: Gain: Saint Louis, Charlotte Have: Richmond, Duquesne, Temple, Dayton, George Washington, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, St. Joseph's, Fordham, Xavier, La Salle, St Bonaventure To me it looks like the Big East and C-USA are the winners here. C-USA does loose a lot, but SMU and Tulsa are good additions, along with Marshall and UCF. The Big East gaining Louisville and Marquette while getting rid of traditionally weak Virginia Tech is good.