Around the Region
Division III is too big to be covered by just one columnist, so we've broken the country down into eight parts. Our writers file weekly columns covering their part of the country.
2016-02-09 Eagles hustlin' their way atop NAC The motto for Husson men’s basketball is ‘do more.’ And with four games left in the regular season, the Eagles are hoping to do just that, secure the top seed in the NAC tournament and advance to the big dance.
2016-02-09 Different look for Cabrini The Cavaliers don't have Aaron Walton-Moss around to carry them any longer. The good news is, Cabrini still has talent. But the bad news is the lack of experience that talent comes with.
2016-02-09 Streaking through the Midwest Conference St. Norbert's men's basketball team has won 53 consecutive conference games and 59 in a row against conference opponents, putting the Green Knights in record territory.
2016-02-09 Captains cruising through CAC In their third season as a member of the CAC, both the men's and women's teams are thriving and are set up for future success. Maybe Christopher Newport's new conference foes wish the Captains stayed in the USA South. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
2016-02-09 A milestone for Morehouse The Flying Dutch continued their perfect season and earned head coach Brian Morehouse his 500th career victory. Hope's 2006 national championship team was in attendance, as were several past players who shared in their coach's historic moment. More in Around the Great Lakes.
2016-02-03 After 51 seasons, a new face St. John's first new basketball coach in a half-century, Pat McKenzie, might not spend 51 years on the Johnnies sidelines the way his predecessor did. But he has to be pleased with how his first year as head coach has gone so far.
2016-02-09 May is Tyler's deadeye Makenzie May is well on her way to becoming Texas-Tyler's all-time three-point shooter. The junior has the Patriots on track to avenge last year's postseason disappointment. More in Around the South.
2016-02-03 The light is always green at Hartwick The Hawks like to run and they like to shoot. Few teams are as dangerous from the perimeter in transition. They're fun to watch, but, more importantly, they're winning. More in Around the East.