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.
2016-02-02 Wheaton on board in NEWMAC race Kiley Shoemaker's rebounding has helped fuel the Lyons, who are looking to challenge Babson and return to the NCAA Tournament.
2016-02-02 'I really didn't know what I was getting into' When Jared Staege first went off to college, he figured his time as an athlete was over. But four years later, Staege is leading the UW-La Crosse men’s basketball team in its pursuit of its first WIAC championship since 1965.
2016-02-02 Lions have unfinished business Albright's women's team came up short in tournament play last season. That left a bad taste and left the Lions hungry to win the conference tournament this year. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
2016-02-02 A barnburner atop the NCAC Wooster and Ohio Wesleyan split their regular season series in thrilling fashion. They could meet again in tournament play, but the road to a rematch will be a bumpy one in the competitive conference. 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.
2016-02-03 Old Westbury gets a spark It took only one dunk for A.J. Wynder to see that Jamail Stanley was a special player. And from there he ended up at Old Westbury.
2016-02-02 Little brother is playing big Sterling Holmes has athleticism in his blood. He is the latest member of his family to excel at the next level. The junior has embraced his leadership role and has Texas Lutheran primed for a return to the NCAA tournament. 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.