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Here's the 10 most recent stories. You can find more stories broken down by conference on our men's and women's team and conference pages.
New Elmhurst coach hadn't been at his previous job for long.
"I always knew she was a special coach," DePauw senior Kate Walker said of her coach, Kris Huffman. "Now everyone else recognized it."
Only the tennis team endures at Spelman College, and after the Great South Athletic Conference tournament the last weekend of April, it will also be done. Then Spelman, a historically black women?s college, will become the second college in the last decade to leave college athletics altogether.
Verkaik wowed teammates, friends, family -- not to mention reporters, officials and opponents -- with her positive attitude and genuine kindness toward everyone between whistles.
Ever since his father became the men's basketball coach at Alvernia in 2004, Michael Miller wanted to play for him and the Crusaders. But those plans didn't look very promising five years ago when his father, Mike, was battling cancer.
John Feinstein's column in the Washington Post focuses on the real Division III athlete, not the fantasy one in the NCAA PR handbook.
Thirty-eight years after he was hired by Hall of Fame coach Don Haskins, Ken DeWeese stands on the doorstep of another milestone.
David Hixon needed a little extra convincing before offering Aaron Toomey a chance to play for him at Amherst.
Former Rowan coach John Giannini has LaSalle in the D-I Sweet 16, but is proud of his small-college roots as a player and coach.