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.
2015-11-23 Coaching a thousand games Andy Yosinoff has been on the sidelines a long time at Emmanuel, even longer than the NCAA has recognized women's sports. But even after coaching 1,000 career games, his style is still to outwork the other team, on the floor and off.
2015-11-24 Two ACLs, three surgeries, but one driving will to compete It’s hard to question the love of basketball that North Central’s Lauren Hernandez possesses considering the hardships she has endured to return to the court this season.
2015-11-25 New league, same result? UW-Superior left the WIAC with a conference championship. But even with the move to the UMAC, it might not be as easy to dominate after graduating one of the greatest players in program history.
2015-11-25 20 years later, it's a Rowan reunion The 1996 Rowan Profs won the Division III men's basketball national championship, and they'll celebrate it by welcoming their former coach's current team, LaSalle, to town.
2015-11-25 Sea Gulls flying high despite changes Salisbury lost its head coach, then lost its leading returning scorer. The Sea Gulls quickly adapted and are off to a 5-0 start which includes a big win over Virginia Wesleyan. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
2015-11-24 Back for more Thomas More opened its title defense without reigning National Player of the Year Sydney Moss. The Saints still looked like the top team in the nation, led by a pair of sophomores. That and more in Around the Great Lakes.
2015-11-23 Freeman finds a new gear Guilford's big man knew that he had just one more season to reach the goals he set when he arrived on campus three years ago. Will Freeman entered this season in the best shape of his Quakers career and is seeing early results. More in Around the South.
2015-11-25 Much to be thankful for Lyteshia Price is thankful for the support of the Oneonta State community that has helped her balance motherhood, school, and basketball. The Red Dragons are thankful for the resilience and determination of their leading scorer and rebounder. More in Around the East.