Around the Region
Division III is too big to be covered by just one columnist, so we've broken the country down into seven regions. Our writers file weekly columns covering their part of the country.
2015-11-15 This bucket floweth over Norwich and Castleton have renewed the Vermont small college rivalry game. The Spartans came away with the win and accompanying maple sap bucket, but the Cadets are headed to the postseason. More in Around the Northeast.
2015-11-17 Long road to the postseason over for Hardin-Simmons Korey Zavala has waited his entire career to play in the postseason and the senior defensive lineman at Hardin-Simmons can’t say enough about what it means to finally have the opportunity to be in the playoffs.
2015-11-15 The culture has changed So, Guilford was left out of the playoffs. But the Quakers, especially their seniors, have raised the bar for the future of the program. This class set the blueprint for transforming the culture of a program. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
2015-11-19 Johnson's journey ends in playoffs The last time Dubuque faced St. John's, Rio Johnson hadn't played a game of organized football since 2012. Once he knocked the rust off, Dubuque got rolling, all the way to the playoffs.
2015-11-19 East season in review Another regular season has come and gone, so I thought I would take this week’s final column to review and wrap up another fantastic season of Division III football Around the East.
2015-11-17 Mount Union can play defense, too The Purple Raiders are known for putting up points, but their dominant defense might be the team's most impressive unit. Led by a tight-knit group of seniors, Mount Union's defense is ready for another long postseason run. More in Around the Great Lakes.
2015-11-17 Doing their homework on the fly Even for programs with deep playoff histories, each new tournament brings new excitement and challenges. Coaches found out who their next opponent would be and got to work on Sunday night, in the hopes of that they can do the same thing next week. More in Around the Midwest.