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.
2014-11-18 Destination: Bangor, Maine The Husson Eagles were watching the selection show Sunday night anxious to find out where they would be going. With the operative word being: going. More in Around the Northeast.
2014-11-18 Sura, Johnnies glad to be back Don’t be mistaken: Sam Sura and the St. John's football team are thrilled to still be playing. But if the Johnnies seem to be going about business as usual, it’s because they feel like they've been in the playoffs for the last seven games.
2014-11-18 Return of the Mules “We expected to be in,” said Mules head coach Mike Donnelly. “We felt we were deserving. We know that every game counts and we know that you can be 9-1 and be a bubble team.”
2014-11-19 Smooth sailing for Ruffing Ryan Ruffing was W&J's backup running back his first two seasons, but as a junior, he's rolled up more than 1,500 yards to help lead the Presidents back to the playoffs.
2014-11-18 Big hills to climb Benedictine and Macalester each face tall orders on Saturday, as they travel to Wheaton and UW-Whitewater for first-round playoff games.
2014-11-19 Throwback Profs still driving If the passing game and high-scoring outbursts are the rage, Rowan coach Jay Accorsi is happy his team represents a throwback. The Profs have ridden a strong running game, led by Withler Marcelin, and a stout defense to a second straight NJAC title.
2014-11-19 Trinity's diamonds have been cut Going 1-4 was not how Trinity’s new head coach Jerheme Urban wanted the first half of the season to start. But new jobs, new experiences don’t often start the way one wants.