Dubuque cornerback Michael Joseph and Wesley lineman Matthew Gono are two players who could get selected in the upcoming NFL draft, but they're not the only ones who have a shot at the league. Adam Turer talks with candidates about their road to the pros.
The president of Occidental College announced his decision at a meeting of the Occidental Board of Trustees, marking a hard-won comeback after the cancellation of six games in 2017 over safety concerns raised by an injury-diminished roster.
In an April with a lot of news, we're hoping for some even bigger news -- an NFL draft pick. Wesley offensive lineman Matthew Gono is a prime candidate and we sit down with him, as well as coaches from F&M and Occidental. That plus Pat and Keith discuss what's brewing at Mary Hardin-Baylor, Thomas More and more.
The Carousel continues to turn, with four coaching changes in one week of April, including a new coach at Carleton, a 20-year coach stepping down at Bates, Finlandia changing coaches for the second time this offseason and Benedictine making a hire. See the whole offseason at a glance.
Unable to find any Division III conference willing to take them as members, Thomas More is in position to leave the NCAA altogether in the fall of 2019. The Saints will play a final season as an independent before departing.
Southern Virginia's new coach has a recognizable name and a Super Bowl ring, while new coaches are in place for the spring at MIT, Alfred State, Muskingum and Hobart as well. Check out those moves and all the head coaching changes for 2018.
We know this. You know this. But perhaps the general population looks down on Division III, right? Student-athletes, fans, we're here to back you up. Get a look at how we're going to help you make the case that Division III is underrated.