Division III is too big to be covered by just one columnist, so we've broken the country down into eight parts. Our writers file weekly columns covering their part of the country.
2018-02-14 Turnaround has TCNJ poised for postseason play Last season TCNJ needed to beat Rutgers-Newark in the regular season finale to make the NJAC playoffs, and didn't. The Lions close the regular season against Rutgers-Newark tonight, but they are a better team in a better position with postseason play guaranteed.
2018-02-14 Titans back in national contention A frustrating freshman season gave Illinois Wesleyan's seniors a chip that they've carried on their shoulders for three years. It led them to the NCAA tournament last year, and the Titans want even more postseason success this year. More in Around the Central.
2018-02-14 Springer providing bounce off the bench When Messiah lost starting forward Alecia Rohrer to injury early in the season, Leah Springer stepped in and led the team to a 9-0 start. Now Rohrer is back and Springer comes off the bench to give the Falcons a potent low-post scoring punch.
2018-02-13 Polar Bears prepared for another postseason plunge Ohio Northern's women reloaded with an experienced team. The veterans are hungry for another postseason opportunity and are far from content with their OAC success this season. More in Around the Great Lakes.
2018-02-15 Plattsburgh State streaking into postseason Last year's frustration fueled this year's success for the Cardinals. Selfless sacrifice has been the key to the turnaround. More in Around the East.
2018-02-13 Not ready to call it quits Tarchee Brown doesn’t he want to hear his coach Bill Geitner remind him that he is a senior, and this is his final season with the Eastern Connecticut State men's basketball program.
2018-02-15 Whitworth not asking what if What if the refs had made a different call at the end of Whitworth's last-second loss to Whitman? What if the Pirates hadn't lost one of their best players to a season-ending injury? Don't bother asking Whitworth these questions because the Pirates are charting their course toward another NCAA Tournament.
2018-02-13 Making every game count Madison Steele thought her UT-Dallas women's basketball career might be over when she ruptured her Achilles. As it turns out, she's not done, although she isn't quite 100 percent.