Brittany Gaetano, head coach at Drew since 2010 and a former assistant at Amherst College, is the new head coach of the Colby College women's basketball program. She replaces Julie Veilleux who stepped down to take a job outside of coaching.
Alverno lost its head coach and athletic director to UW-Stevens Point earlier this offseason. On July 7 the Inferno selected former Pointer All-American and MSOE head coach Jessica Ott to fill those two vacancies.
Franklin, Ind. - The Franklin College women's basketball team will strive for another winning season and the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship during a 2016-17 season featuring 12 games in the Spurlock Center.
Brad Duckworth, director of athletics and head basketball coach at Alverno College the past nine seasons and golf coach the past three, has announced that he is leaving the Inferno to become the new director of athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
Calvin selected Millsaps head coach Chuck Winkelman to fill the head coaching vacancy created when John Ross stepped down. Winkelman has a .698 winning percentage after 15 seasons at Hendrix and Millsaps.
POTSDAM, N.Y.—SUNY Potsdam Director of Athletics James Zalacca has announced that Brittany Cohen, former SUNY Cortland standout and granddaughter of Bears Hall of Famer Stan Cohen, will be the new head coach of the women's basketball program.
Alex Richey, head coach of the Oglethorpe women's basketball team, has been named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Thirty Under 30 list, honoring up-and-coming women's basketball coaches aged 30 and under at all levels of the game.
Bluffton University Head Coach Chad Shutler has been named the Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year following a record-shattering 2015-16 women's basketball campaign for the Beavers! He was honored by D3hoops.com less than two weeks after being selected the Heartland Conference Coach of the Year. It marks the first time in Bluffton women's basketball history for both of those prestigious honors.
(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) – The No. 1-ranked Thomas More College women’s basketball team is returning to its second-straight NCAA Division III National Semifinals as it defeated No. 10-ranked Washington University in St. Louis , 88-72, tonight (Saturday, March 12, 2016) in a sectional final game at the Connor Convocation Center in Crestview Hills, Kentucky.
SCRANTON, PA. - A comeback bid by the University of Scranton women's basketball team fell just short on Saturday evening, as Tufts advanced to the 2016 NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Final Four with a 57-48 victory over the host Lady Royals inside the John Long Center.
The University of Rochester women’s basketball team held off a 2nd half charge from Bowdoin College to win 60-53 in the NCAA Division III Sectional Semifinals held at Amherst College’s LeFrak Gymnasium.
(CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.) – The top-ranked Thomas More College women’s basketball team advanced to its third-straight NCAA Division III Championship Sectional Final “Elite Eight” as it defeated No. 18-ranked Maryville (Tenn.) College, 75-46, tonight (Friday, March 11, 2016) in a sectional semifinal “Sweet 16” at the Connor Convocation Center in Crestview Hills, Kentucky.
The 25th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University women's basketball team ran short on time and fell in the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Championship sectional semifinal to 10th-ranked Washington University in St. Louis, 75-69, on Friday, March 11 at Thomas More College. The Tartans conclude their record-setting season with a 21-7 record.
SCRANTON, PA. - Junior forward Alexix Roman (Hawley, Pa./Wallenpaupack) paced the University of Scranton women's basketball team yet again with a 22-point evening, as the third-ranked Lady Royals opened a huge first quarter lead and never looked back in a convincing 82-46 victory over Christopher Newport in the Third Round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament on Friday night at a raucous John Long Center.
ECAC DIVISION III METRO/UPSTATE CHAMPIONSHIP Brooklyn, NY---The Brooklyn College women's basketball team ended the 2015-16 season on a high-note this afternoon, defeating #3-seeded College of Staten Island, 59-55, for their second ECAC Divsion III Metro/Upstate title in a row. Sophomore captain guard, Karen Mak, was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player for her efforts in the semifinal and final. The #1-seeded Bulldogs end the season with a 21-8 overall record. CSI ends their season with a 19-9 mark.