It is arguably the game of the day in Division III college football on Saturday as Widener and Delaware Valley College meet up in Chester.
After going 11-1 and advancing to the second round of the NCAA playoffs last year, Delaware Valley College preseason pick to win the MAC.
Rowan football is looking to rebound from a disappointing 2011.
Ursinus’ Jon Ward is excelling both on the court and in the classroom.
If there is a true winner in tonight’s NCAA Division III men’s lacrosse tournament first round battle between Cabrini College and Eastern University – it very well may be the travel budget.
Division III Swarthmore College has a new head men’s basketball coach. Landry Kosmalski has taken over the program, replacing Lee Wimberly.
It was a history making afternoon Saturday for Division III Widener senior righthander Rick Kazigian as he no-hit Arcadia in the second game of a doubleheader, winning the contest 4-0.
Neumann University lefthander Russ Gilliam has helped lead the team to a top 20 ranking.
Rowan’s head coach has reached an impressive milestone.
For the Cabrini men’s basketball team the next stop is Salem, Virginia and the Division III Final Four.
Local Division III wrestler Zak Andrews is heading to Wisconsin in hopes of a national championship.
The Gwynedd-Mercy women’s basketball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament.
Carideo — who was a star player at Widener in the ’90s — was recently selected for induction into the Philadelphia Small College Basketball Hall of Fame.
This is an intriguing matchup, with Neumann a Division III power and Penn State in the midst of making the transition up from the ACHA to Division I.
The Delaware Valley College Aggies announced their presence in the Division III NCAA playoffs last week with authority, hammering Norwich in the opening round 62-10. Now, they are preparing for a second round match-up with St. John Fisher (NY) on Saturday in Doylestown.