Men's NCAA Tournament coverage
2011 Men's NCAA Tournament bracket The full field of 61, the road to Salem, every score.
Tommies make Salem purple again St. Thomas takes the Division III men's basketball championship the furthest west it's ever been, defeating Wooster 78-54 for the 2011 national title.
Championship Saturday St. Thomas vs. Wooster (just like the 2009 baseball final) and Amherst vs. Wash U make up the men's and women's title games, and we could have two new champions, or one repeat winner.
Scots, Tommies to meet for title Wooster erased a 16-point second-half deficit in the night's first Division III men's national semifinal, while St. Thomas rallied from a late seven-point deficit to beat Middlebury.
From walk-on to All-American Ian Franks has been a D3hoops.com All-American once already, and is destined for a second nod. But he wasn't the heir apparent when he stepped on Wooster's campus. A Final Four feature.
Midd seniors turned program around Although Middlebury has been a tournament regular in recent years, that wasn't always the case. Over four years, hard work and success has become the norm.
Men's Final Four: Two old, two new Middlebury and St. Thomas make their first trip to Salem, while Williams and Wooster return to familiar territory.
Defending men's champs knocked out UW-Stevens Point got bounced on a last-second shot by Tyler Nicolai, while three home teams survived in the men's Sweet 16. The Friday night wrapup.
Did you miss Hoopsville? Heading into Friday's Sweet 16 games, we caught up with teams taking the floor this weekend, including Virginia Wesleyan, Rhode Island College, Illinois Wesleyan and Muhlenberg.
Marietta feeling the excitement After 36 years without an NCAA Tournament game and an entire history without a trip to the Sweet 16, Marietta College has been crazy over men's basketball. More, plus Muhlenberg and St. Mary's, in Around the Nation.
2011 sectionals at a glance Team by team, get a look at each of the two Sweet 16s heading into Friday's games.
Sectional hosts announced We now know where teams will be traveling for next weekend's Sweet 16 and Elite 8 rounds. And yes, Whitworth will be among the travelers.
Cutting the field down In the span of about 30 hours the field went from 61 to 16 teams. Who's left standing on the Road to Salem? Saturday's men's wrapup.
Thomas' great night helps carry J&W Lamonte Thomas wears Reggie Miller's number for Johnson and Wales. In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, it was clear why.
A night of close calls Two of last year's Final Four needed five extra minutes just to get out of the opening round, as Williams and Randolph-Macon survived, while St. Thomas was taken to the brink. More in Friday's first-round wrapup.
Massaquoi, Hipp win NABC vote RIchard Stockton's Kai Massaquoi and Hamline's Carl Hipp led the pack after you cast 16,243 votes among eight finalists for two spots in the NABC Division III All-Star Game.
2011 men's tournament preview Who are the favorites? The cinderella teams? The disappointments? That and more in our annual NCAA Tournament preview.
On a title march Thomas More enters the playoffs as the No. 1 women's team, Vassar at 16-11, Skidmore men at 18-9. Illinois Wesleyan is probably the last team in on the men's side. More on all four in Around the Nation.
Men's bracket is out! And Illinois Wesleyan gets into the field, as do three ASC teams, but no Carleton. And the NCAA Tournament committee gets some nice kudos for mixing it up geographically, though not for Whitworth.