• The wait is over for UChicago
    May 11, 2016
    Nearly a year ago, sources told D3football.com that the University of Chicago was headed to the Midwest Conference. This was finally announced.
  • Morrisville, Rowan win in NJAC, tables turn on St. Norbert
    October 04, 2014
    The first full week of NJAC action saw some big-time individual performances, while the Green Knights were victim to the comeback this week and someone kicked a 50-yard field goal on an untimed down to win the game. That and more in the Week 5 roundup.
  • Top 25 wrap: JCU makes its statement
    November 09, 2013
    The Blue Streaks passed their biggest test of the season with flying colors, while Franklin and Illinois College were knocked off. More in the Top 25 wrapup.
  • Macalester football to join MWC
    April 24, 2013
    The addition will give the Midwest Conference 12 teams and a title game starting in 2014. It also means that Macalester will not bring football back to the MIAC in the near future.
  • Cornell to return to MWC
    May 19, 2011
    The Rams left for the Iowa Conference after the 1996-97 season, but will return in the fall of 2012 to a conference where they had success.
  • A playoff run through Iowa
    October 25, 2006
    About once a season, Keith McMillan hits the road and files a column about what it's like in a Division III corner of the country that many readers may never have a chance to visit. This is his experience last weekend in Iowa, where the goal was to catch four teams in three hours.
  • Cornell winning on thin thread
    October 05, 2001
    After 72 years of football in the Midwest Conference, Cornell moved to the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference after the 1997 season for, among other reasons, a greater challenge. They got what they asked for.
  • Cornell and Coe still adjusting
    September 15, 2000
    The schedule-makers in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference weren't kind to Cornell coach Steve Miller this season. The Rams are opening the 2000 season with games against the three teams that have dominated IIAC play over the past two decades.
  • There's a reason they're called 'storied' rivalries
    November 10, 1999
    This is Rivalry Week, where the games are big and the legends are bigger. This week, teams from around the nation meet their fiercest competitors. With a win in this game, even a 1-9 team can go out a champion.