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.
2016-09-26 Lipscomb excels on field, on court and in classroom The Endicott wideout is one of the best athletes on campus, but he says there is a beneficial transfer in moving from the football season into basketball.
2016-09-21 Third and Lucas When the Cardinals need a big play or conversion, they can count on senior receiver Lucas Morley. Catholic is off to a 3-0 start thanks in large part to the former tight end who is keeping up with his record-setting 2015 pace. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
2016-09-21 Intestinal fortitude This year’s opening kickoff was an extremely exceptional moment for the Whitworth Pirates because when Brett Moser fielded the ball, it effectively completed his journey back to the gridiron after overcoming testicular cancer.
2016-09-20 Finally healthy and running wild Lake Forest's Joey Valdivia struggled to stay on the field in his first three seasons. He's off to a breakneck pace in 2016, hoping to stay on the field to complete an impressive senior campaign. More in Around the Midwest.
2016-09-20 Trading skates for spikes Carnegie Mellon senior defensive lineman Brian Khoury once thought his future was going to be on ice. Now, he hopes it continues on turf.
2016-09-21 Courage in the Courage Bowl "I really know what these kids are going through," says Brockport tight end Brenden Fesinger. That's because as Brockport hosts St. John Fisher in Saturday's Courage Bowl to benefit children impacted by cancer, he's living proof that you can beat brain cancer.
2016-09-20 Trinity roaring toward the national stage As a player on the 2002 Stagg Bowl team, current Trinity coach Jerheme Urban knows what life is like at the national level. He wants to get the Tigers back there.