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June 12, 2015
Wash U, Chicago already leaving SAA
Washington University and the University of Chicago haven't even played their first game as football members of the Southern Athletic Association, and they've already announced their departure.
May 30, 2015
Chris Norton walks at graduation
Former Luther football player Chris Norton suffered an injury in 2010, after which doctors said there was just a 3% chance he would regain any feeling below his neck. But his inspiring story continues as he walked at graduation.
May 3, 2015
Kumerow, Bailey, Franks among those with post-draft deals
Jake Kumerow, Andrew Franks and Rasheed Bailey are among the players who have already signed following the draft, and many others should find themselves with offers as well.
May 1, 2015
Marpet chosen in second round
Hobart offensive lineman Ali Marpet, who was the scouts' seeming small-school darling, ended Division III's two-year drought at the NFL draft.
D3hoops.com top stories
July 1, 2015
Former Eph hoopsters get rugged
Mike Nogelo, Manny Benjamin, Mike Holland and Brendan McGuire, all from the Ephs' late '90s and early '00s, tested themselves physically to raise money for a scholarship fund honoring former Williams assistant coach Frank Zoltek.
June 14, 2015
Dynamic duo drove Wash U juggernaut
We've used Sydney Moss' amazing junior campaign to reflect on the greatest individual seasons in Division III women's hoops history. The last part of our series recalls Wash U's dynamic duo of Alia Fischer and Tasha Rodgers.
June 10, 2015
Follow the latest moves in the Coaching Carousel
As we move into the summer, the coaching changes keep coming in Division III basketball. The latest changes are at Pacific, Wesley, Fontbonne, Gettysburg, Rutgers-Newark, Bates, Coe and more.
June 11, 2015
Sarah Lawrence to add women's basketball
The Gryphons have had a club team in women's basketball for several seasons and are set to elevate the program to varsity status for the 2017-18 season.
D3baseball.com top stories
July 1, 2015
Jirschele named Pointer's head coach
Jeremy Jirschele has been named the head coach at UW-Stevens Point, school officials announced Wednesday, July 1. He replaced Pat Bloom who moved to Washington University.
June 9, 2015
Bergjans is first of eleven players drafted
Tommy Bergjans was the first D-III player drafted in the 2015 MLB Draft and was followed on the next day by Mike Odenwaelder, Taylor Henry, Ben Libuda, Seth Davis, Tim Ingram, Nick Dean, Donnie Cinino, Stephen Zavala, Matt Foley, and Robert Lucido.
May 27, 2015
It's lucky 13 for Cortland: 13 trips, one title
The elusive national championship trophy will finally come to Cortland State. The Red Dragons came back from a one-run deficit with a 6-2 win over the Eagles of UW-La Crosse.
May 27, 2015
Cortland celebrates finally winning one
Perhaps it was the decision to take the bus rather than fly to Appleton. Perhaps the late coach Bob Wallace looked kindly on his former program. Or perhaps this senior class and team just had everything break right. Whatever the reason, the Red Dragons ended their long runner-up streak. A feature by Austin Walther.
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June 29, 2015
Coaching Carousel: Morgan leaves St. Norbert for assistant position at Yale
St. Norbert women's head coach Rob Morgan becomes the latest to transition from Division III to Division I.
2015 Men's Division III Ice Hockey Commitments
As the offseason wears on and eyes slowly turn to the 2015-16 season and another trip to Lake Placid, check in right here for the most comprehensive list of men's DIII commitments available.
July 3, 2015
Three's company in prospect camps
Three Division III players have received invitations to NHL prospect camps. Stay up to date with our camp tracker.
May 6, 2015
Northland announces addition of women's program
Northland College has announced that lacrosse and women's ice hockey will be added to its athletic department. The Lumberjills will begin play in the 2016-17 season.
Hoover Named New Soccer and Lacrosse Coach
After an extensive national search, Jonathan Hoover has been named the head coach for the Alfred...
C.J. Antonio Finishes 29th in National Rankings, Team Finishes 13th in Atlantic South
Junior C.J. Antonio of the Oglethorpe men's tennis team saw a nice cap to his season this week, as...
Tufts defeats Lynchburg to repeat as lacrosse champs
The Jumbos captured their second consecutive NCAA Division III title Sunday with a 19-11 victory...
Antonio Falls 6-4, 6-4 in NCAA Round of 32
Junior C.J. Antonio of the Oglethorpe men's tennis team engaged in a hard-fought match with KaiYuen...
Nick Cummins and Patrick Lipscomb Become All-Americans with Spot in the NCAA Doubles Quarterfinals
Lipscomb Scores Fourth First-Team Award to Headline Redlands’ All-SCIAC Recipients for Men’s Tennis
It was announced late Monday that the University of Redlands men's tennis team landed three...
Etchegaray and Sumida Represent Redlands on All-SCIAC Women’s Tennis Teams
It was announced late Monday that junior Natalie Etchegaray (Placentia, CA) and senior Ceara Sumida...
The #WhyD3 Show May Edition
This month, hear how a football player isn't letting autism stop him from his dreams. Also hear from...
Stevens puts back-to-back-to-back champs Springfield behind them
The relatively young NCAA Division III men's volleyball championship is looking forward with the...
Stevens tops men's volleyball bracket
Top-ranked Stevens is also the No. 1 seed in the men's volleyball bracket, with Springfield, the...
UW-Oshkosh drops men's soccer, tennis
Citing budget concerns, UW-Oshkosh said the upcoming 2015-16 season would be the last for men's...
New shuffle begins as NEWMAC adds football
The NEWMAC, which sponsors a wide range of Division III sports, is bringing its football teams home,...
The #WhyD3 Show April Edition
This month, Dave McHugh talks with two student-athletes who are passionate about particular causes,...
The end of an era: Beaney announces retirement
Iconic and record-setting Middlebury men's coach Bill Beaney announced he is stepping down from his...
Emory women win sixth consecutive swimming title
The Eagles continued their dominance in the pool, cruising to the title by nearly 150 points.
Stevens Point wins fourth men's basketball national title
This group of Pointers watched the previous generation, and the one before that, win national...
Kenyon's new streak hits three in a row
The Kenyon men's swimming program won the national title for just the 34th time in 36 seasons.