D3hoops.com Classic and Hoopsville Classic
Pirates hold off Wasps in D3hoops.com Classic finale Ninth-ranked Whitworth did just enough down the stretch to hold off Emory & Henry 87-80 in the finale of the D3hoops.com Classic on Sunday afternoon at South Point Arena.
Whitworth wins a thriller; Carthage rallies The No. 9 Pirates defeated Johns Hopkins on a layup with 1.2 seconds left, while Carthage rallied for a fourth-quarter win and Linfield and Amherst wrapped up their trip to the D3hoops.com Classic in Las Vegas at 2-0.
Fox throws in 43; Willamette, ONU survive Hannah Fox scored a tournament-record 43 points, while Willamette scored just two points in the fourth quarter and won with 43 points. UW-Platteville came out 2-0 after a thrilling overtime win and Ohio Northern held off North Central (Ill.) in Day 2 action at the ninth annual D3hoops.com Classic.
ONU rallies with late run; North Central posts record barrage The Polar Bears women went on a key 13-0 run late in the game to get past Carthage, while a North Central player broke the D3hoops.com Classic 3-point record and Willamette held off UWSP on the first day of the 2-18 D3hoops.com Classic.
D3hoops.com Classic: Who's coming to Vegas? The ninth annual D3hoops.com Classic will light up Las Vegas once again between Christmas and New Year's with 18 games on the slate for the South Point Arena. Who is making the trip and who's playing whom? Here's the list.
Classic closes with Whitman win in instant classic No. 1 Whitman and No. 14 Ohio Wesleyan had a heavyweight battle that would have been the toast of any tournament, whether in December or March, while Augsburg registered an upset and UC Santa Cruz got out with a split on the final day of the 2017 D3hoops.com Classic.
Viva Las Vegas: Recapping the 2017 Classic Last week we welcomed 15 teams from across the Division III landscape to Las Vegas for the eighth annual D3hoops.com Classic. If you missed anything, here's a one-stop shop for game recaps, box scores and interviews with coaches and players participating in the event.
2017 D3hoops.com Classic pairings announced The ninth edition of our annual tournament in Las Vegas features the defending women's national champs, a men's Final Four team, a multiple-time national champion and 12 more teams. Here's the full set of pairings.
Leaving Las Vegas 2-0 The men from Hardin-Simmons, Ramapo and UW-Eau Claire and the women from Puget Sound and Lewis and Clark went 2-0 at the D3hoops.com Classic in Las Vegas. If you missed any of the action from the South Point Casino and Resort, check out all our coverage here.
D3hoops.com Classic: Blugolds, Cowboys close with wins UW-Eau Claire showed some of its young promise in a decisive win over Pacific Lutheran while the Hardin-Simmons showed they're ready to win now by handling Wheaton (Ill.). That and more from the final day of the 2016 D3hoops.com Classic.
D3hoops.com Classic: Salisbury heads home 0-2 Hardin-Simmons made its debut in emphatic fashion, sending Salisbury home 0-2, while UW-Eau Claire finished its sweep and Puget Sound escaped with an 2-0 mark in women's action on Day 2 in Las Vegas.
Ramapo tops Salisbury in unbeaten battle Ramapo made its case to enter the Top 25 rankings by beating No. 5 Salisbury while the NWC women's teams looked sharp in handling their IIAC opponents. Plus the Eau Claire men and Stevens women got back on track.
Day 2: Marietta wins the Hoopsville Classic Since it isn't a tournament, the Hoopsvile Classic technically doesn't have a winner. But Marietta was so impressive in demolishing No. 2 Christopher Newport that it's hard not to think of them as the best team coming out of this weekend in Owings Mills. Ryan Scott has more.
Day 1: Captains cruise past Point All-American Marcus Carter had a quiet night, but his teammates more than picked up the slack as Christopher Newport buried Stevens Point. Marietta, Lynchburg and Skidmore also won comfortably at the fifth annual Hoopsville Classic. Ryan Scott reports from Stevenson
2015 D3hoops.com Classic wrapup Whitworth's men and the women from George Fox, DeSales and St. Vincent each went 2-0 in the D3hoops.com Classic. Here's all the results, archived broadcasts, photo galleries, interviews and more.
Whitworth, St. Vincent survive; George Fox pulls away St. Vincent and Whitworth won thrillers on Day 3 of the D3hoops.com Classic, while the George Fox and DeSales women finished their trip to Vegas with a 2-0 mark and Carthage's early-season skid continued.
Monday in Vegas: Ramapo, PLU, George Fox winners The first full day of the 2015 D3hoops.com Classic featured the national runners-up pulling away from Carthage, DeSales topping Millsaps, Pacific Lutheran defeating UMHB and Ramapo rolling past Skidmore.
Hoopsville: Upsets & Tournaments We aren't even a week into the new season and there is already plenty to talk about. Dave talked to the new women's basketball committee chair, previewed a rare D1 at D3 game, took a look at the 4th Annual Hoopsville National Invitational Classic at Stevenson University, plus much more in an extended edition of Hoopsville is is On Demand!
Wrapup: 2014 D3hoops.com Classic Check out all of the scores, stats, photo galleries and interviews from the D3hoops.com Classic, including the All-Tournament team.
D3hoops.com Classic 2014 pairings The defending women's national champion, two 20-win men's teams are among the 14 teams spanning from Maine to Oregon converging on Las Vegas for the 2014 D3hoops.com Classic.
Day 3: Cabrini shows it can still compete Cabrini came into the season looking to compete against some of best teams in Division III. With the Cavaliers' win over WPI at the Hoopsville Classic, the team is succeeding so far under new coach Tim McDonald and All-American Aaron Walton-Moss.
Day 2: WPI outslugs Chicago at Hoopsville Classic No. 12 WPI and Chicago battled into overtime where the Engineers won a back-and-forth affair that felt like a boxing match. Plus Gwynedd-Mercy downed Mary Hardin-Baylor and Randolph-Macon cruised past Wittenberg.
Roberts' Classic record leads Stevenson The lights dimmed as Stevenson was introduced as if a show, not a basketball game, was about to begin at the Hoopsville National Invitational Classic. In fact, both occurred on Friday as the Mustangs defeated Wittenberg 75-65.
2013 D3hoops Classic recap Did you miss anything from the fourth annual D3hoops.com Classic? Check out our coverage from Las Vegas, including the All-Tournament team and interviews with coaches and players.
D3hoops Classic: Ohio Northern knocks off UWW The Polar Bears rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit to knock off No. 8 UW-Whitewater, while the Carroll teams earned tournament splits on the D3hoops.com Classic's final day.
D3hoops Classic: Reds roll, Pointers perservere Carthage used a series of big runs to defeat UW-Whitewater, and UW-Stevens Point held off Whitman in an overtime classic. Get the recap from Day 3.
D3hoops Classic: Pointers win tough battle Top-ranked UW-Stevens Point got its biggest test of the season and UW-Platteville handed George Fox its first D-III loss in Vegas. Here's the recap from Day 2.
D3hoops Classic: Grin and bear it Day 1 was a good day to be a Bear, Bruin or Bearcat as the Bridgewater State men, George Fox men and the Baruch women opened the Classic with victories.
Hoopsville Classic: Fantastic finish You couldn't ask for a better finish to the Hoopsville Classic. Top 25 teams? A buzzer beater? Bonus basketball? Check, check and check. Also, check out the recap from Day 3.
Hoopsville Classic: It's Miller time for Cavs Jon Miller scored a career high 24 points and Cabrini left Stevenson with its perfect record in tact. Plus find out who made the All-Classic team.
Hoopsville Classic: Splitsville Ohio Wesleyan, Keystone and Birmingham-Southern aren't leaving the Hoopsville Classic empty handed. They bounced back from Friday's losses with wins on Saturday.
Hoopsville Classic: Panthers bounce back After losing a nail biter to Salisbury on Friday, Birmingham-Southern won a see-saw battle with host Stevenson on Saturday night.
Hoopsville Classic: Stevenson makes statement Stevenson knocked off No. 18 Middlebury on a full first day of action at the second annual Hoopsville Classic. Plus Robert Kitzinger led the road warrior Trinity Tigers past Keystone and Salisbury holds off Birmingham-Southern.
Hoopsville Classic: Cabrini finds its finish This year's Cavaliers might be a little more polished than in previous years after the way the finished off St. Mary's (Md.). More from the Hoopsville Classic.
Three of Elite 8 reunite at Hoopsville Classic Middlebury, St. Mary's (Md.) and Cabrini will be on the same floor again, a few hours north, joined by two more NCAA tourney teams for a 10-team event at Stevenson.
D3hoops.com Classic 2013 pairings Three teams from the same conference, a four-time entrant and some of the best programs in Division III are coming to Las Vegas this December.
D3hoops.com Classic 2012 Recap The Coe women and North Central (Ill.) men posted two victories while La Verne posted 102 points. Get the recap from the 2012 D3hoops Classic.
Interviews from the D3hoops.com Classic As the weekend progresses, here's where you'll find interviews from coaches and players at the 2012 D3hoops.com Classic in Las Vegas.
La Verne enjoying Vegas The La Verne women's basketball team is keeping a diary of its trip to Las Vegas for the D3hoops.com Classic.
It's D-III's Maui What started as an idea after the demise of Pride of Maryland Tournament became a national showcase that debuted to rave reviews. Plus, UW-Stevens Point made big noise early.
Why play the Hoopsville Classic? Each of the eight coaches offered variations of the same theme, of why they decided to start their season at the inaugural Hoopsville National Invitational Classic.
Hoopsville Classic: Transylvania rebounds Instead of reading his team the riot act after a 26-point setback in Friday night's opener against Catholic, Brian Lane turned the floor over to a senior.
Hoopsville Classic Stevenson is trying to get ready for life in the MAC Commonwealth, while Mass-Boston's Miami import is liking life in New England. More from Day 2 of the Hoopsville Classic.
Catholic fires Hoopsville Classic's first shot The Cardinals served early notice of their legitimacy by reeling off 21 straight points, holding No. 16 Transylvania pointless for more than 14 minutes before producing a 67-41 victory.
Looking forward to basketball For most of us at D3hoops.com, this week's season tipoff is a time to rejoice at the return of our favorite sport. But for Goucher's Damon Brooks, who was paralyzed last spring, this is a season that starts without him.
Makings of a Classic Stevenson will host the inaugural Hoopsville National Invitational Classic featuring eight teams from five regions.
2012 D3hoops.com Classic pairings A Sweet 16 team, a perennial playoff contender and two 2012 NCAA Tournament women's teams headline the 2012 field in Las Vegas.
D3hoops.com All-Stars announced Sport Tours International and D3hoops.com have unveiled the team that will be touring Europe this spring.
Interviews from the D3hoops.com Classic Pat Coleman, Dave McHugh and Gordon Mann sat down with a member of each of the 20 teams in Las Vegas for the 2011 D3hoops.com Classic. Scroll through and watch them here.
Full coverage from the D3hoops.com Classic Hanover and Hardin-Simmons play a classic on Friday. Check out game broadcasts, live stats and player and coach interviews.
D3hoops.com Classic: Eureka coach Taren Martin Taren Martin talks about her star player Caty Eeten, the struggles of transferring between semesters and being a young coach of women's basketball players from the D3hoops.com Classic.
Purchase tickets here Get your game tickets for any of the sessions for the D3hoops.com Classic coming up in Las Vegas.
Super-sized D3hoops.com Classic field set Come to Las Vegas for the basketball, where there will be 20 teams, with back-to-back days with seven games apiece! Check out the full schedule.
Pioneers will forge ahead under younger Arsenault David Arsenault, Jr., who was the Pioneers' interim coach last season, will carry the interim tag one more season and then officially take over the program from his father in 2018.
Thomaskutty steps down at Emory Emory announced that women's basketball coach Christy Thomaskutty is stepping down from her position for health reasons. Misha Jackson, who played and coached under Thomaskutty, will serve as interim head coach.
Hiram selects alumna for new coach Hiram selected Alex Dellas as its new head women's basketball coach. Dellas, who graduated from the College in 2010, replaces Emily Hays who left for the head coaching position at Dickinson.
Kornaker steps down at St. John Fisher The winningest active men's coach in the East Region has stepped down as Rob Kornaker announced he is leaving St. John Fisher to spend more time with his family. The College named Mike Grosodonia II as his replacement.
La Crosse names Dernbach interim coach UW-La Crosse selected Stevens Point assistant Kent Dernbach as its interim head coach. He was the Pointers' interim head coach during Bob Semling's suspension related to the NCAA's investigation of program violations related to out-of-season practices.
Eberhardt resigns; interim replacement named UW-Superior lost its second head basketball coach this month as Paul Eberhardt stepped down from his position atop the men's program. The University named alum Greg Polkowski as the interim head coach for this season.
St. John Fisher reels in Hilbert coach St. John Fisher named Melissa Kuberka as its new head women's basketball coach and only the third in program history. She replaces Marianne O'Connor-Ermi who led the Cardinals to two NCAA Tournaments.
Koelbl leaving Lax Ken Koelbl has decided to step down as head men's basketball coach at UW-La Crosse effective immediately. He will remain with the university in its admissions office and the Eagles will name an interim head coach.
Mulhern moves from Superior to St. Kate's Don Mulhern, who won titles in two different conferences with UW-Superior, will be the next head coach at St. Catherine. He replaces Sean Pinkerton who took over Oswego State's program.
Newbury quickly names new coach Less than a week after announcing Dana Barros' resignation as head men's basketball coach, Newbury College announced that Pine Manor head coach Rich Fazzi will fill that vacancy.
Scots go Young, name new coach After a national search of candidates, the Covenant men's basketball program has a new head coach as director of athletics Tim Sceggel named Neal Young the 16th head coach in program history.
Dickinson hires Hays away from Hiram After losing its head women's basketball coach to Johns Hopkins, Dickinson found her replacement at Hiram. Emily Hays will fill the Red Devils' vacancy after three seasons with the Terriers.
Pinkerton heads back Upstate After leading the turnaround at St. Catherine in Minnesota, Sean Pinkerton is headed back to Upstate New York to become the next head coach at Oswego State.
Generals recruit alum after coach departs Washington and Lee selected Chris McHugh as its next head men's basketball coach, replacing Adam Hutchinson who accepted an assistant coaching position at his alma mater Amherst.
Panthers pick D2 assistant PItt-Bradford named Sharay Hall as its next head women's basketball coach. Hall played and coached at Division II schools Lock Haven (Pa.), Clarion (Pa.) and West Virginia Wesleyan.
Dallas goes to west coast for next coach The University of Dallas named Lacey Burns as its new head women's basketball coach. Burns was the head coach of a Division II team and assistant on a Division I team in California.
Staten Island makes interim hire Staten Island turned to former player T.J. Tibbs as its interim head coach to fill the vacancy created by Tony Petosa's retirement. Tibbs was the interim head coach for Mount St. Vincent last season.
Goucher grad takes over at Centenary Damian Pitts, who played at Goucher and coached at D2 Millersville for more than a decade, will be the next head coach for Centenary (N.J.).
ASC veteran gets her Le-turn as head coach Cassi Rozanski played four years at Texas-Dallas and coached seven years at Texas-Tyler. After two seasons away from the conference, she gets her chance to be a head coach in the ASC at LeTourneau.
Eureka finds next coach inhouse Amos Arbogast will move from the Eureka men's basketball team, where he has been an assistant coach since 2011, to the women's team where he'll be the next head coach.
Schaetzle gets a shot with Pitt-Greensburg Pitt-Greensburg named Hayley Schaetzle as its new head women's basketball coach. She was previously a graduate assistant to Roz Fornari at Penn State-Behrend and was briefly interim coach when Fornari retired.
ODAC All-American to lead Ferrum men Shortly after announcing its upcoming move to the ODAC, Ferrum announced that one of the ODAC's best players in recent history will be its new head men's basketball coach. Tyler Sanborn, who was a two-time All-American for Guilford, was announced as the choice this week.
Oberlin assistant takes over at Bard Casi Donelan, who was the primary assistant to Kerry Jenkins at Oberlin for three seasons, will be the next women's basketball head coach at Bard College.
Pitt-Greensburg picks Purple Raider Pitt-Greensburg selected Brody Jackson, an assistant coach at Mount Union, to be its new head men's basketball coach. He replaces Sean Strickland who was let go earlier this summer.
Petosa steps down at Staten Island Making a decision he described as "fifty percent personal and fifty percent basketball," Staten Island's Tony Petosa has resigned from his position as men's basketball coach. Petosa was the College's winningest coach in any sport with 459 wins.
Centenary (La.) goes far north for next coach Lyndon State head coach Chris Dorsey is moving from Vermont to Shreveport, Louisiana to become the next head coach for the Centenary Gents.
Coe-ching change for Kohawks Coe women's basketball head coach Nate Oakland stepped down to take an assistant position at D1 North Dakota State. The College has promoted assistant Kayla Waskow to fill the vacancy.
Pirates snag coach from SCAC rival Greta Grothe is changing jobs but staying in the SCAC. After two seasons at the University of Dallas, she's headed to Southwestern University.
McNeely docks at Maine Maritime Piedmont assistant coach Dan McNeely is sailing far up the east coast to become the new head men's basketball coach at Maine Maritime.
Salem State selects new coach Al Berger will be the new women's basketball head coach at Salem State. He replaces Michelle Cunningham who stepped down from the position after six seasons.
Dickinson coach moves to Johns Hopkins After three seasons at Dickinson, Katherine Bixby is leaving the Red Devils but staying in the Centennial Conference. She will fill the vacancy created at Johns Hopkins when Nancy Funk retired.
Mitchell names new women's coach Mitchell has selected Courtney Burns as its new head women's basketball coach. Burns played at Rhode Island College and coached at Johnson and Wales.
Pitt-Bradford coach moves from women to men Pitt-Bradford stayed not just in-house but in the same hallway to find its new men's basketball coach. Sean Brown will move from the Panthers' women's head coaching position to the men's head coaching position.
TCNJ name replacement for long-time coach TCNJ needed a new women's coach after Dawn Henderson decided her 28th season would be her last. On Monday the Lions announced Francesca Jackson as their selection.
Wash U makes coaching pick Nancy Fahey left some big shoes to fill when she left Wash U to take a D-I head coaching job at Illinois. Attempting to follow one of the most successful women's basketball coaches at any level will be former D-III coach and current D-I assistant Randi Henderson.
Nigro hired at Medgar Evers Brian Nigro, who was let go by Mount St. Vincent midway through the season, has landed at Medgar Evers. He replaces Chris Pursoo who coached the Cougars for eight seasons.
Medaille alum docks at Maritime SUNY-Maritime named Michael Berkun as its new head men's basketball coach. Berkun played and coached at Medaille on the other side of the Empire State.
Witt removes interim tag from women's coach Wittenberg promoted Kelly Mahlum to head coach after she completed a season as the Tigers' interim leader. Mahlum was previously the head coach at Colorado College and Greensboro.
Blackburn chooses new women's coach The Beavers are eager for change after going 3-70 the last three seasons. Dr. James Chandler will try to deliver as their new head coach.
Walsh hired at Shenandoah Adam Walsh is coming home to Winchester, Va. to coach the Shenandoah men's team. He spent the last seven seasons guiding Centenary (La.) through its transition to Division III.
Caltech replaces women's coach Caltech named Bridgette Reyes as its new head coach, replacing Sandra Marbut who went 27-321 in 14 seasons with the Beavers.
CLU goes coast to coast Cal Lutheran went all the way to Hackettstown, N.J. to pick its next men's basketball coach. Tim Fusina, who coached at Centenary for four seasons, will lead the Kingsmen next season.
Leopard changes spots for Ford's scarlet Haverford hired LaFayette associate head coach Patrick Doherty as its new head men's basketball coach. Doherty also spent time as an assistant at Williams and TCNJ.
Etown gets Moore from coaching search Elizabethtown picked Pitt-Bradford head coach Britt Moore to be its next head men's basketball coach, replacing Bob Schlosser who retired at the end of last season.
New Loggers coach has deep NWC roots Casey Kushiyama, who was a part of the final four teams at Whitman and George Fox, was named the new women's basketball coach at Puget Sound.
Westminster (Mo.) selects women's coach James Arnold, who has experience as a Division I assistant and NAIA head coach, will be the Blue Jays' next head coach. He replaces Tracey Braden who took the top job at Sewanee.
Cornell promotes assistant Cornell promoted Dave Schlabaugh from lead assistant coach to head men's basketball coach. He replaces Chad Murray who took the head coaching position at Pacific Lutheran.
SUNY New Paltz men announce coaching change SUNY New Paltz announced that head men’s basketball coach Michael Rejniak has elected to step down from his position and be replaced by alum Keith Kenney.
Loeffler to return to D-III, take Johns Hopkins job Josh Loeffler, who coached Stevens to the Sweet 16 in 2008 and spent the next nine years in Division I, will take over for Bill Nelson at Johns Hopkins.
Central chooses men's assistant to lead women Joe Steinkamp will move up from his role as Central College assistant men's basketball coach to become the Dutch's new head women's coach.
Dolphins reel in alum for men's coach Mount St. Vincent hired former player and assistant coach James Mooney to fill the men's head coaching vacancy. He will also be an associate athletic director at the College.
Former D3 and D1 head coach fills spot at Nebraska Wesleyan Sam Dixon, who was the head men's coach at Denison for four seasons and head women's coach at Furman for eight, will be the Prairie Wolves' new head women's basketball coach.
Sewanee names new coach Sewanee selected assistant coach Michael Hedgepeth as its new head men's basketball coach, replacing Bradley Pierson who resigned after one season. Hedgepeth was previously an assistant at Williams College.
Lakeland stays in house for next coach Sam Schroeder, who earned two degrees from Lakeland, played there and coached there, will be the Muskies' new head men's basketball coach.
Cowboys wrangle alum for next coach Hardin-Simmons University named Matt Brackett, who played four years for the Cowboys, as its next head men's basketball coach.
Iowa Wesleyan hires new women's coach Jack Bruns has had several jobs at Iowa Wesleyan University and his latest is head women's basketball coach.
Ozarks takes Texas-Dallas alum as coach The University of Ozarks named Travis Carruthers as its new head men's basketball coach. Carruthers played and coached at Texas-Dallas and then at Howard Payne.
Schreiner takes Rhodes assistant Schreiner University turned to Samantha Davidson as its next head women's basketball coach. She has spent time coaching in Tennessee at the high school, Division I and Division III levels since graduating from Birmingham-Southern.
Funk retires from Johns Hopkins After 31 years and more than 500 victories, Nancy Funk announced her retirement as Johns Hopkins' women's basketball coach on Tuesday. Her announcement coincides with the retirement of the Blue Jays' long-time men's coach Bill Nelson.
Earlham coach steps down Earlham College announced that Melissa Johnson will not return as the Quakers' head coach following a long battle with life-threatening health issues. Johnson cited "a major setback" in her decision to resign.
Bridgewater looks far north for new coach Bridgewater (Va.) tabbed Sarah Gaffney as the third coach in the program's history, replacing recently retired Jean Willi. Gaffney spent the last three seasons as head coach of Keuka College in Upstate New York.
Broadhurst to Lead Keuka women’s basketball Gary Broadhurst will become the 13th women’s basketball coach in Keuka College history, replacing Sarah Gaffney who left to take the head coaching job at Bridgewater College in Virginia.
Eureka coach stepping down Steve Thompson, who was the SLIAC Coach of the Year last season, is stepping down from his job as women's basketball head coach. He will remain Eureka's Director of Athletics
Ferr-enough: Tharp steps down After 12 seasons as Ferrum's head coach, Bill Tharp has decided not to return to the Panthers' sideline next season. He leaves as the program's all-time leader for coaching victories since it moved to Division III in 1985.
Rock out, Whittier: Poets change coaches Rock Carter announced he is stepping down as Whittier's head men's basketball coach.. Assistant Mark Jensen will be the Poets' interim head coach through the 2017-18 season.
Goucher names Preston as head coach Goucher named Andrea Preston as its new head women's basketball coach. Preston was previously the head coach at Hiram and Clarkson before joining Dixie Jeffers' staff at Capital for three seasons.
Payne logs off, heads to D1 Puget Sound head coach Loree Payne is leaving the Loggers to become a Lumberjack. She will be the next head coach at Division I Northern Arizona University after leading UPS to its first outright NWC title in program history.
Sul Ross hires new women's coach again Sul Ross State hired Katie Novak Peebles as its next head women's basketball coach. She replaces Caleb Henson who resigned In January, less than 10 months after being hired.
JCU keeps it in the family After Mike Moran retired as head basketball coach at John Carroll, the Blue Streaks turned to his son Pete to take his place. Pete was an assistant under his father the past five seasons.
Kevin Hopkins named Muhlenberg men's basketball coach Kevin Hopkins, a player and coach at one of the most successful programs in Division III, is the new head men’s basketball coach at Muhlenberg College.
Skarzenski returns to alma mater MaryLynn Skarzenski is returning to Nichols College where she was a four-time all-star and conference player of the year. Skarzenski had just finished her fourth season as the head coach at Mitchell College.
Jimmy Smith returns to D3 Jimmy Smith, who had short but successful tenures as the head coach at Schreiner and Texas Lutheran, is returning to Division III after one year as a Division I assistant. He's the next head coach at Millsaps College.
Valley Forge hires new coach Valley Forge named DJ Damazo, who was an assistant at nearby Eastern University, as its new head coach for men's basketball.
PLU picks new men's coach Pacific Lutheran named Chad Murray, who coached at Cornell and played at Chapman, as its new head men's basketball coach. He replaces Steve Dickerson who retired at the end of last season.
Mueller steps down at Nebraska Wesleyan After four seasons at Nebraska Wesleyan, Britni Mueller has stepped down to spend more time with her family. The Prairie Wolves went 13-13 last season for their first non-losing campaign in over a decade.
Braden moves to Sewanee Tracey Braden, head women's basketball coach of Westminster (Mo.) for the past 10 years, is moving to Sewanee.
Aanonsen moves from Lakeland to WLC Aaron Aanonsen is moving from Lakeland to Wisconsin Lutheran to become the Warriors' new head men's basketball coach. He will replace Skip Noon who will focus on his duties as school's athletic director.
Berry's coach Dunn and moving on Stephanie Dunn resigned from her position as Berry head women's basketball coach to take a high school coaching job. Thomas Johnson, who was an assistant coach for the men's team, will fill the vacancy.
D-III says farewell to Fahey On the heels of her 737th career win and her 29th NCAA Tournament trip, legendary Washington U. coach Nancy Fahey is moving on, and up, to the Big Ten.
Millikin goes with Scherer hiring Mark Scherer, who holds Elmhurst's record for coaching victories, is returning to the CCIW. Millikin announced his hiring, replacing Matt Nadelhoffer who resigned in February.
Mucci announces retirement Michael Mucci, the winningest coach in the 99 year history of the Haverford men's basketball program, has announced his retirement after 22 years.
Lynx star takes the Rhodes home The winningest coach in Rhodes women's basketball will be replaced by one of his best players. Lauren Avant Sumski returned to Rhodes to become the Lynx's next head coach following Matt Dean's retirement.
Johnson wins fight for her life, returns to Earlham Melissa Johnson, who spent more than 600 days in the hospital and missed three years of coaching after what was supposed to be routine surgery, is returning to her old job.
Ozarks' men's coach steps down University of the Ozarks coach David Ferrell has resigned from his position after four years to pursue other professional opportunities, specifically in Northwest Arkansas.
Valley Forge coach steps down Jon Mack ushered Valley Forge into the NCAA as athletic director and was head coach for 17 seasons before he stepped down following this season.
Nelson retires from JHU after 606 career wins After 31 years, more than 500 wins and 10 trips to the NCAA Tournament, Blue Jay basketball coach Bill Nelson is hanging it up.
Rusty Rainbolt returns to ASC Former American Southwest Conference Coach of the Year Rusty Rainbolt has been named head coach for the East Texas Baptist women's basketball program.
Wise to leave Millsaps coaching role Long-time Millsaps head men's basketball coach Tim Wise, will be relinquishing his coaching duties and moving into a full-time administrative role within the athletics department.
A fitting finale for Carse Craig Carse has spent 40 years coaching, 26 as a head coach. His career at Hardin-Simmons will conclude near his hometown in Marietta, or at the Final Four. Either way, it's a fitting farewell for a man who has given so much to so many.
Rhodes women's coach retires Lynx head women's basketball coach Matt Dean, will step down from his duties, after 15 seasons as head coach and 12 more as an assistant men's coach.
Veteran Bridgewater coach announces retirement After spending parts of five decades on campus, Bridgewater head women's basketball coach Jean Willi has announced her retirement after 21 seasons at the helm of the Eagles program.
McClary resigns as Muhlenberg men's coach Scott McClary has announced his resignation after eight years as head men's basketball coach at Muhlenberg after the Mules completed a 12-12 season.
ETBU women's coach out after two years Edsel Hamilton is no longer women's basketball coach at East Texas Baptist after the Tigers won 14 fewer games than a year ago.
Nadelhoffer out at Millikin After six seasons of trying to turn the Big Blue around, Matt Nadelhoffer is no longer head men's basketball coach at Millikin.
Mullen steps down as women's basketball coach Nichols women’s basketball head coach Alice Mullen has announced her resignation to assume a full-time role in the Sport Management department at the college.
Schlosser stepping down at E-town Elizabethtown announced that long-time head coach Bob Schlosser will retire at the end of this season, wrapping up a career that spanned 27 years, more than 350 victories and a national runner-up appearance in 2002.
Scranton cancels its trip to Vegas Mother Nature will keep The University of Scranton men’s basketball team home for the rest of the holidays.
D3hoops.com Classic in Vegas UW-Stevens Point finished its two-game run at the D3hoops.com Classic unbeaten, as did Whitworth, while Ramapo held off Ripon to split its two games.
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2010-11 schedules With tipoff less than a month away and teams taking to the floor for the opening practices of the 2010-11 season, here's an update on what's coming this season.
2010-11 will be great for D-III D3hoops.com is teaming with Sport Tours International to create both a holiday tournament and a postseason All-Star tour of Europe.