In addition to TCNJ, UW-Whitewater, Texas-Dallas, Illinois Wesleyan and Randolph-Macon bit the dust, while St. Thomas survived a tough battle and Amherst found the second round a little bit tougher than the first.
Willamette beat Whitman for the second time in a week, this time knocking the Blues out of the NWC tournament while Gustavus Adolphus ousted St. Benedict in the MIAC. On the men's side Ohio Northern sent Marietta to the pool of at-large hopefuls.
It was the fourth annual Hoopsville Marathon Show. The show started at 10 a.m. ET. Dave McHugh chatted with coaches, administrators, student-athletes, and others involved in NCAA Division III basketball from around the nation. You won't believe some of the guests that appeared on the show Thursday.
Laurie Kelly was the kind of player capable of succeeding at a higher level. Now, as a Division III head coach, she is tasked with recruiting her own game-changing players to Gustavus Adolphus. She found her first in Mikayla Miller. More in Around the West.