The Capital Athletic Conference loses another member, as Southern Virginia University moves to the USA South for all sports. That means that, effective the fall of 2021, the USAC will have 19 member schools.
Gustavus Adolphus snapped St. Thomas' 77-game conference winning streak on Saturday afternoon with a 62-57 win in St. Paul while No. 7 Mary Hardin-Baylor cruised past No. 12 Whitman. Also Mary Washington outlasted former CAC foe Marymount. Get the recap here.
In December Ryan Scott gave you his list of the top 10 point guards in Division III basketball. You suggested some others and so Ryan returns with 10 more elite point guards with several from teams that traditionally get less attention, like UC Santa Cruz.
It was the fourth annual Hoopsville Marathon Show. The show started at 10 a.m. ET. Dave McHugh chatted with coaches, administrators, student-athletes, and others involved in NCAA Division III basketball from around the nation. You won't believe some of the guests that appeared on the show Thursday.
St. Thomas defeated Gustavus Adolphus in what may have been the MIAC title game and Mary Washington evened its season series with Christopher Newport. Elsewhere Hope and Calvin played a game worthy of their rivalry. Get the night's recap here.
“We’ve got to play ’em one day at a time.” It's a cliché that holds true for Mary Washington head coach Deena Applebury and her Eagles. So far they've all been good days and Applebury is on the verge of setting a new school record. Phil Soto-Ortiz has more in Around the Mid Atlantic.
Sunday night on Hoopsville, Dave McHugh and others made their mock selections on both the men's and women's side. They broke down the primary and secondary criteria the best they could and selected who they thought will be in the NCAA Tournament. Dave also talked to a number of coaches who have already punched their tickets. You can watch Hoopsville On Demand now!
Kendall Parker scored 36 points for Mary Washington while UW-Oshkosh scored 38 points total. But both teams advanced through the semifinals of their tournaments. On the men's side Pacific Lutheran upset Whitman, John Carroll streaked past Mount Union and there's a Cinderella in the Skyline Conference.
Junior center Brianne Comden tied a career high with 28 points, including the 1,000th of her career, to lead the University of Mary Washington women's basketball team to a 78-48 win over St. Mary's College on Tuesday in Capital Athletic Conference Tournament first round action at Ron Rosner Arena.
The four top teams in the Capital Athletic Conference logjam all squared off, while the three teams that entered the day tied for first in the NJAC all ended the day that way as well. That and more in the women's recap.
Christopher Newport held Mary Washington to eight points in the first half and then held off the Eagles for a critical win. Babson ended WPI's long winning streak and Montclair edged Rowan. That and more in our recap of Wednesday's women's action.
The Division III basketball season just keeps getting more wacky, especially on the men's side. Tonight on Hoopsville, Dave McHugh talks to coaches from Sage and St. Vincent men's teams plus Geneseo State and Mary Washington women's squads. Plus much more! Watch the show archive On Demand.
Sam Partonen's high school team didn't win much but her college team is making up for it. We sat down with the Mary Washington guard to talk about the Eagles' rise, their defense and their fancy new home.
The seventh-ranked University of Mary Washington women's basketball team edged 17th ranked Lebanon Valley College, 46-41, in the sectional semifinals of the NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Tournament on Friday night at the Anderson Center. The Eagles improve to 30-0 on the season, and will advance to the sectional finals for the second time in program history on Saturday night.