Cindy Holbrook stepped down from her position as UW-River Falls head coach to take a new position in the University's admissions office. She'll be replaced by her assistant Paul Richie on an interim basis.
With much of the country shivering in freezing temperatures, a pair of Polar Bears won Top 25 battles. Ohio Northern defeated Marietta to get a leg up in the OAC race and Bowdoin topped Tufts in the NESCAC. Plus Marymount upset CNU and both ranked WIAC teams fell.
Union outlasted St. Lawrence in double overtime and Hobart upset Skidmore to oust the top two seeds in the Liberty League tournament. Elsewhere Moravian knocked Susquehanna into the at-large pool and two sixth seeds advanced on the women's side.
Injuries strike without warning and throw a wrench into even the best made plans. Some teams are dealing with injuries to key players now and others did so earlierthis season. How do you rally a team forward while respecting the fallen teammate? Ryan Scott explores in our final ATN of the season.
Carnegie Mellon stunned Hope in the final seconds of their first-round Top 25 showdown while River Falls rolled over Wheaton in theirs. Elsewhere St. Thomas rallied past Loras and Moravian upset the University of New England. Here's the full recap from the first round of the women's tournament.
UW-River Falls completed its one-year turnaround, rallying from consecutive eighth-place finishes in the WIAC to winning the conference's top seed this weekend with help from the team's only senior, Richell Mehus.
Calvin denied Hope an undefeated regular season while UW-River Falls beat Oshkosh in the WIAC's de facto title game. Meanwhile the NJAC playoffs started with a thriller and Marymount finished the wild CAC season on top. That and more in the women's wrap.
UW-Oshkosh and UW-River Falls remained locked in a tie heading into Saturday. Hope and Scranton improved to 24-0, while Rose-Hulman extended its winning and WPI snapped its. That and more in our recap of Wednesday's women's action.
The road bug bit hard Wednesday night, claiming victims in UW-Whitewater, Wartburg and Bethel, among others, in a big night of conference play in Division III women's basketball. That and more in our recap.
It's too soon to know who will win the NCAC and NJAC titles. But there are new teams in first after Denison and Rowan posted big wins tonight. Plus WIAC play began with an upset and York (Pa.) regained its footing. That and more in our recap.
There are many teams right now asking everyone, have you noticed us? Big wins, great starts, record beginnings. On Thursday's edition of Hoopsville, Dave talked to those who are off to tremendous starts which may not have been noticed by many people... yet. You can watch Hoopsville On Demand or listen to the podcasts here.