Around the Region
Division III is too big to be covered by just one columnist, so we've broken the country down into seven regions. Our writers file weekly columns covering their part of the country.
2012-11-14 Heartland hung on Victory Bell Another brick was laid in the battle for the Victory Bell. For the second time in three years, the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference title was on the line when Franklin met Hanover.
2012-11-16 A second senior season As Mitch McClune lay in the hospital waiting to undergo surgery to reconstruct the lower part of his left leg, he wrestled with the more painful realization that his days of college football might be over.
2012-11-14 W&J finds triumph amid tragedy Few things hit a football team harder than the loss of a fellow player. But Washington and Jefferson not only saw a brighter future, but the team also reached the light at the end of the tunnel. And, after Saturday's win, the Presidents were able to give Tim McNerney's family the PAC championship trophy.
2012-11-14 Bahamian gets a kick out of playing football When the soccer player known as "Boomstick" realized he had one season of eligibility left at Maryville, it was suggested he give placekicking a try. After only a couple of games, he's already in the Scots' record book.
2012-11-13 Inside Mount Ida's victory There was a wild celebration at midfield at Spartan Stadium after Mount Ida had beaten Castleton State. But that didn't distract the Mustangs from thoughts of some little fans back home.
2012-11-07 Louisiana College looking for elusive eighth win The Wildcats have earned seven wins each of the past four seasons, and they stand at that number for 2012. With one game to go, the question is whether they can break through and earn a program-best eight wins.
2012-11-15 Getting second life There's no self-delusion required at Bethel, where the Royals made the playoffs. And at Pacific Lutheran, a key piece returns.