February 28, 2013
RIC loose and rolling
After a lackluster early-season game, Rhode Island College coach Bob Walsh decided to let his players run the show a lot more on offense. And the Anchormen have gone 20-3 since.
February 21, 2013
Your guide to conference tourneys
Here you'll find the key information and seedings, along with dates and times of the title games. I've also included predictions for each conference.
February 14, 2013
Cortland's success rests on five guys
Cortland State senior Jesse Winter shares a house with the other four Red Dragon seniors. But that alone doesn't automatically guarantee good chemistry.
February 7, 2013
Racking up the rebounds
Ashley Roser, a captain from the moment she stepped foot on Wells' campus, brought everything a first-year program needed -- length on defense, athletic ability and the versatility to play every position from point guard to center.
January 31, 2013
Vassar star has simple goals
Vassar's Cydni Matsuoka has had the same goals ever since she arrived on campus and helped raise the level of a once-moribund program. They're simple but effective.
January 24, 2013
Don't judge Brandeis on past two seasons
Meehan, now in his 10th season as Brandeis' men's basketball coach, knows what it takes to make a NCAA tournament team, even though the Judges have spent two years out of the field.
January 16, 2013
Changing the culture
Eastern Nazarene has suffered through many a losing season, but Jim Aller has helped the program lose its bad habits and turn things around.
January 10, 2013
Engineers find numbers lie
One of the youngest rosters in coach Chris Bartley's tenure at WPI has nonetheless resulted in a great deal of success, including the program's highest-ever ranking in the D3hoops.com Top 25.
December 21, 2012
Young Jackets have some sting
On paper there was reason to doubt Rochester based on what it had coming back this season. But with three upperclassmen leading the way, the Yellowjackets are firing on all cylinders. More in ATR.
December 5, 2012
Big man leads turnaround
Jared Suderley does the simple things an average fan would never notice, and that's what sets the Hartwick big man apart in his coach's mind. How did Suderley and Hartwick pull off the turnaround?
November 29, 2012
Welcome back, basketball!
The Division III season is underway, and here's what's happened so far and what to look for in the Northeast and East regions.
March 1, 2012
Ithaca gets off the mat
Roster defections, injuries and a last-place seed in the Empire 8 tournament nearly derailed the Ithaca men. So when the Bombers trailed in the conference semis and lost another player, they could have given up. More in Around the East/Northeast.
February 21, 2012
Conference tourney time
We can't get to the Field of 62 or Field of 64 without eliminating a lot of teams in the process. Andrew Lovell breaks down who is still in the running for automatic bids and picks who will cut the nets down in Around the East/Northeast.
February 15, 2012
Dedication and durability
If he didn't stand 6-5 and weigh 200 pounds, you might not realize Simon Smith was standing in the same room as you. Put him on the court, however, and it's a different story. More in Around the Region.
February 7, 2012
Since the beginning
Joe Nesci has been a part of the NYU men's basketball program since the start. Or the restart, at least. Now the Violets are having perhaps their most successful season since 1994. More in Around the Region.
February 1, 2012
Albertus Magnus a must-see
With a small campus in a state with no pro sports teams to call its own, Albertus Magnus is trying to make another NCAA Tournament run.
January 25, 2012
Little guard big on the boards
William Smith's Jackie Murphy stands just 5-4, but that doesn't stop her from being among the nation's leaders in rebounds. Andrew Lovell has more in Around the Region.
January 17, 2012
Welcome to Around the East/Northeast, where Andrew Lovell will give us a look at what's going on in one of the biggest regions and one of the smallest in Division III.