Playing for the men's lacrosse national championship for the first time, against 12-time champ Salisbury, Wesleyan won the national title. It's the first national championship in any team sport for the Cardinals.
It took a day of waiting out thunderstorms, but when the opening draw finally took place in the 2018 NCAA Division III women's lacrosse championship, lightning managed to strike twice as third-ranked Gettysburg took down No. 4 Middlebury 11-9 to capture its second consecutive national title.
Mount Ida announced on April 6 that it would be ceasing operations as an institution and would become a branch of UMass-Amherst, making it the second Boston-area Division III school that will cease to be an independent entity at the end of the academic year.
One incredible athlete with four incredible performances essentially won the Division III women's indoor track and field national championship, as Wadeline Jonathas won the long jump and the 60, 200 and 400 to score 40 points singlehandedly.
The word 'compete' comes from Latin origins, meaning to meet or come together, or to seek together. This past weekend, St. Benedict track athletes Megan Sundstrom and Jenna Degen proved that they truly know how to compete – how to seek together.
While Title IX increased opportunities for women to play college sports, there are actually fewer women's head coaches in college now than before the law passed. Why is that and what can be done to level the playing field for women in the coaching profession? Ryan Scott explores in Around the Nation on D3hoops.com.
If you follow the IIAC, you might know her as Luther's All-American who transferred from Central. There is a lot more to her story that you probably don't know, including her battle with clinical depression. Claire has decided to tell that story to help others going through the same struggle. More on D3hoops.com.
Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions in a person's life. What happens when that first choice ends up not being the best fit for academic, athletic or other reasons? Ryan Scott shares the stories of some Division III basketball transfer athletes who have found a home in new places.
What does it take to be a successful coach? Good players, of course. And preparation. And all the things you hear about in postgame news conferences. But what about trust, flexibility and consistency? Why are coaching's "soft skills" so hard? D3hoops.com's Ryan Scott talked to some of the best in the business to find out.
Mary Hardin-Baylor's 2016 national title may well have lit a fire under the rest of the Crusaders' fall sports, with the volleyball and both soccer teams having great seasons. Meanwhile, the 2017 football Cru are looking to keep the run going. More on D3football.com.
Achol Odolla nearly died in the genocide in Ethiopia in 2003 and her family was soon on the run for their lives. Coming to the U.S. as a refugee gave her a new lease on life, but meanwhile, she's still running, on the Stevenson women's cross country team. A #whyd3 story.
St. Thomas defeated archrival for the fourth consecutive time and the seventh time in the past nine meetings, as the Tommies defeated St. John's 20-17 in front of more than 37,000 fans. Full coverage on D3football.com.
At least four former Division III players, including two players from Division III's Class of 2017, will have the opportunity to leave their mark at the highest level of professional hockey as invitees to 2017 NHL training camps.
Over the summer, five schools announced they would be leaving the Colonial States Athletic Conference after the 2017-18 school year, leaving the conference with no schools that had ever won its all-sports title. But the CSAC is starting to patch the holes.
A decade ago, a Mid-Atlantic Shuffle created a new conference and remade six others. Now, the process looks ready to start again, with eight schools from three leagues in the process of signing on for another new group.