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.

Around the
Northeast
Around the
East
Around the
Mid-Atlantic

Around the
Great Lakes

Around the
South
Around the
Midwest
Around the
West
Tom Haley
Jason Bowen

Brian Lester  
Clyde Hughes
Josh Smith
Tom
Haley
Jason
Bowen
Adam
Turer
Joe
Sager
Brian
Lester 
Clyde
Hughes
Josh
Smith
ECFC, NEFC, MASCAC, NESCAC E8, LL,
MAC, NJAC
CC, ODAC, USAC MIAA, NCAC, OAC, PAC ASC, SAA, SCAC CCIW, HCAC, NACC, MWC IIAC, MIAC, NWC, SCIAC, UMAC, WIAC

South

2015-08-31 10 games to watch for 2015 Brian Lester takes over the Around the South column, which covers the American Southwest Conference, Southern Athletic Association and Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Northeast

2015-08-31 10 games to watch for 2015 We're back in New England for 2015 with the 10 games to watch from the ECFC, MASCAC, NEFC and NESCAC.

Midwest

2015-08-31 10 games to watch for 2015 Sometimes the same game every year deserves to be in the 10 games to watch. But there are always others worth considering as well.

Mid-Atlantic

2015-09-01 10 games to watch for 2015 A new look in the USA South, a couple of new coaches and a new slate of games for the 2015 season leaves many questions, but a lot of optimism as well.

East

2015-09-01 10 games to watch for 2015 We have a new-old writer, and two completely remade conferences. Welcome to Around the East for 2015.

Great Lakes

2015-09-01 10 games to watch for 2015 All the hype has been great for the start of NCAA Division III football, but it’s time to kick off the regular season. And, if you’re like me, you can’t wait. Checking out the schedules, I’d like to pinpoint some interesting matchups this fall.

West

2015-09-01 10 games to watch for 2015 Big rivalries, conference showdowns and more dot the schedules of the westernmost Division III football conferences this season. Here's a look at what should be big.

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