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
Andrew
Lovell 
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

Northeast

2017-11-14 Service to the nation takes center stage at service academies With Veterans Day coinciding with game day in college football, the service academies were a special place to see teams play on Saturday.

Great Lakes

2017-11-16 Labrie helps Grove City accelerate rebuilding process Coach Andrew DiDonato thought he had his starting quarterback set for the near future. But when Brett Pinson had one too many concussions and decided not to continue his career, sophomore Randall Labrie was ready and waiting.

West

2017-11-15 Tommies' defense is a team effort The St. Thomas defense pitched four shutouts in 10 regular season games, but there might not be a household name among them. It's truly 11 guys working as one. Josh Smith has more in Around the West.

Midwest

2017-11-14 Titans are giant killers Illinois Wesleyan's season started with an upset of a perennial national power. The momentum fueled a CCIW co-championship run and playoff berth. Now, the Titans aim to build on their success by stringing together some postseason wins. More in Around the Midwest.

East

2017-11-17 Darden gets things done a little differently at Del Val Delaware Valley has had some great quarterbacks during its run of relevance, but Dashawn Darden isn't like Adam Knoblauch, Mike Isgro or Aaron Wilmer. More in Around the East.

Mid-Atlantic

2017-11-14 A familiar destination, an unfamiliar path Johns Hopkins is back in the playoffs, but did not arrive via the program's usual Centennial Conference dominance. A mid-season wake-up call was just what the Blue Jays needed, and they enter the tournament with momentum. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

South

2017-11-14 Last season's heartbreak was this season's motivation In 2016, a 9-1 record wasn't good enough for Berry to make the playoffs. This year, however, the Vikings left no doubt, going undefeated, winning the SAA and carrying the conference banner into the postseason.