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Here's the 10 most recent stories. You can find more stories broken down by conference on our team and conference pages.
During his six-year pro career, Larry Beavers has played in three leagues. All have different rules and field lengths, which can have an effect on a player's skills and how they use them.
For Kole Heckendorf, the start of a new football season has always meant routine. And after the ordeal the St. John's assistant coach went through this summer, that regularity has never felt so important.
Colts defensive coordinator Greg Manusky had high praise for outside linebacker Andy Studebaker after a preseason game.
Artificial turf will be installed at David Smith Stadium at Ramer Field this fall, but not in time for the River Falls High School or UWRF football openers.
Whistle-blowing athletic director Glen Hedden who sued Kean University for wrongful termination has won a settlement with the school after a three-year legal fight.
Daren Willman has created a trio of websites, BaseballSavant.com, MLBfarm.com and NFLsavant.com, that could keep any hardcore sports fan entertained for hours.
Even at the Division III football level at Ithaca, the crowd makes a difference and it's no different here. I know they're aware of the support they have back home and that can do nothing but motivate them further.
Come August, Josh Bungum will be back on the football field at St. John's, getting ready for his junior season. But for now, you can find the Johnnies wide receiver in area dugouts as the head coach of the American Legion baseball program in his hometown of Paynesville, Minn.
John Vodenlich's baseball players want to join UW-Whitewater's parade of national champions.
Wright expects to land a professional football contract after improving his attitude and gaining 82 pounds during his five seasons at Westminster.