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November 16, 2019 USC 30 Under 30 Eight from D-III coaching staffs selected to the United Soccer Coaches "30 Under 30" program for 2019-20 ...
September 6, 2019 What's new in 2019 There is one new active Division III member, but membership shrinks by a net five. The conference musical chairs is never ending. The make-up of the NCAA Tournament field is virtually unchanged. There are some policy and operational changes in the works.
December 12, 2018 Profile of a Trailblazer Our columnist, Hannah Lichtenstein, recently chatted with NYU’s Kim Wyant, the only current female head coach of a men’s NCAA soccer team.
December 1, 2018 Tufts edges Calvin 2-1; wins 3rd in 5 years! It's an even years, so Tufts men must be the champs. In a exciting match truly worthy of a championship, the Jumbos jumped out 2-0 on Calvin and then survived a furious Knights comeback attempt...
December 1, 2018 Williams are Back-to-Back Champs! 3-2 PK Shootout win. In a thrilling contest to close out an entertaining weekend of soccer Williams and Middlebury were deadlocked at 1 apiece after 110 minutes. Both keepers stopped two shots and the post assisted on one to decide matters.
November 1, 2018 My Peter Pan Lifestyle - Pt 4 Hannah's back!!! Well just with a new blog post, not back in the U.S. Today we learn what Honey Boo Boo, 9/11,“Take Me Home, Country Roads, and Tennessee soccer pregame rituals.have in common...
October 14, 2018 My Peter Pan Lifestyle - Pt 3 Hannah Lichtenstein is a recent Swarthmore graduate who is blogging about her experiences as a semi-professional soccer player in Sweden. In this installment we read about her transition to life in Sweden and some differences and similarities...
September 28, 2018 My Peter Pan Lifestyle - Pt 2 Hannah Lichtenstein is a recent Swarthmore graduate who is blogging about her experiences as a semi-professional soccer player in Sweden. Today we learn how she found herself in Uppsala on the Enkopings SK roster ...
September 20, 2018 Significant Digits, Vol. 2, Issue 1 Significant Digits is back! Soccer, like many other sports, can be a statistician's dream. Here's some interesting stats and numbers: WAR(b), $15.00, 53 and 1,332. And, of course, a useful "Useless Stat of the Week".
September 15, 2018 My Peter Pan Lifestyle - Pt 1 Hannah Lichtenstein is a recent Swarthmore graduate. She, of course, is a responsible young adult with a degree from a highly regarded institution and to the delight of her family she headed off to graduate school. Also, after a lifetime on the pitch she was ready to move on. Oh wait! ..
September 6, 2018 Letting go . . . of unfinished business Christan Shirk, former Managing Editor of, chronicles his involvement with the website and shares his insights and reflections on the site’s evolution.
September 3, 2018 What's new in 2018 There are four new active Division III members who are now eligible for the tournament. A new conference starts play this season while another has changed its name. The conference musical chairs has been in high gear. That and more.
August 23, 2018 Happy New Year! is back for our 11th season and we have some news to share with you.
August 11, 2018 2018 Preseason Conference Polls Who are the favorites to win each conference? We make it easy to keep up on all the conferences' preseason polls. Check out our list of the favorites and links to the polls. [UPDATED - August 30, 2018]
March 14, 2018 NCAA Postgraduate Scholars NCAA postgraduate scholarships have been awarded to nine Division III soccer players.
January 12, 2018 2017 Men's All-America teams The men's All-America teams for 2017 are final: Max Lopez, Shae Bottum, Trent Vegter and Bryan See lead as Players of the Year.
January 8, 2018 2017 Women's All-America teams The 2017 women's All-America teams are now official. Kenne Kessler, Jenna McKinney, DJ Cole and Olivia Barnhill top our honorees.
December 2, 2017 Messiah edges North Park 2-1, wins their 11th Title The Falcons come back from an early deficit to defeat North Park 2-1
December 2, 2017 Williams edges Chicago 1-0: Champs again! The Ephs use a second half goal from Natasha Albaneze, and hold off the Maroons 1-0 for the Title
November 11, 2017 Veterans Day 2017 We honor and thank all those who have served our Country on this Veterans Day 2017.
November 4, 2017 TCNJ Coach Russo notches 500 wins Lions win the NJAC Championship 1-0 over Montclair State
September 1, 2017 Opening Day! It's here: opening day to the 2017 Division III men's and women's soccer seasons! It's been almost nine months since Tufts and Washington U. won the 2016 championships, and today the action resumes with over 350 men's and women's games on the schedule.
August 30, 2017 Rest in Peace, Matt Cushing The Wheaton (Mass.) head men's soccer coach passed away unexpectedly on Monday, August 28. He was about to start his twenty-fourth season guiding the Lyons.
August 30, 2017 The 2017 season is here and, yes, we are back OK, we know, we left it for late, but is back for another season.
February 28, 2017 2016 Women's All-America teams The 2016 women's All-America teams are now official. Meg Van de Loo, Mia Calamari, Emma Diehl and Lizzy Crist top our honorees.
February 21, 2017 2016 Men's All-America teams The men's All-America teams for 2016 are final: Lucas Terci, Jacob Bender, Trent Vegter and Scott Greenwood lead as Players of the Year.
December 3, 2016 Tufts are men's champions . . . again! Tufts scored a golden goal in double overtime to beat Calvin in a tight game that could have gone either way. A dominant defense and diverse attack helped the Jumbos to their second national title in three years.
December 3, 2016 Wash U. claims first title on PK shootout win The Bears were perfect in the PK shootout after 110 minutes wasn't enough to determine a victor. Messiah was stronger in attack throughout the game, but they needed a late equalizer after Wash U. scored first against the run of play.
December 2, 2016 Calvin edges Brandeis 1-0 in men's second semifinal The Knights advance to the title game after scoring in the 74th minute. Calvin was the better side in a scoreless first half, but Brandeis seemed the more likely winners in the second half up until conceding.
December 2, 2016 Messiah women claim semifinal victory on OT goal The Falcons were far from their best against Chicago, but survived a difficult second half to force overtime where they looked reinvigorated.
December 2, 2016 Washington U. win 2-1, return to women's title match After trading goals with Brandeis for a 1-1 halftime scoreline, the Bears did a better job protecting their early second half lead en route to back-to-back title game appearances.
September 1, 2016 What's new in 2016? - Part 2: Rules Changes The new season brings with it an updated rules book. We summarize all the key changes and clarifications from the introduction of the use of video review by referees to clarification on fan use of noisemakers.
August 25, 2016 What's new in 2016? - Part 1 New Rochelle men and Bryn Athyn women make their debut; Houghton, Southern Virginia and Valley Forge are now eligible for the tournament; the GSAC dissolves while USA-South swells; final regional rankings to be published once again. This and much more. {UPDATED 9-2-16]
July 27, 2016 Division III soccer players get conference nod for NCAA Woman of the Year Of the twelve selected, three were All-Americans.
July 11, 2016 The Best Experience So Far - Reflections on my soccer trip to Brazil Brockport State standout and recent graduate, Peter DiLorenzo, reports on the 2016 USA D-3 Soccer Brazil Tour.
June 24, 2016 Thirty-seven Division III soccer players nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year Soccer is well represented among the 169 Division III nominees and record total of 517 nominations.
January 25, 2016 2015 Women's All-America teams The 2015 women's All-America teams are now official. Nikki Elsaesser, Mai Mitsuyama, Zoe Jackson Gibson, Lizzy Crist top our honorees.
January 19, 2016 2015 Men's All-America teams The men's All-America teams for 2015 are final: Sean Bingham, Logan Andryk, Tom Carwile, and Thomas Bull lead as Players of the Year.
November 26, 2015 Happy Thanksgiving! Here is our list of things we are thankful for here at
November 26, 2015 Happy Thanksgiving! Here is our list of things we are thankful for here at
November 22, 2015 Oneonta, Amherst, Loras win in OT; Kansas City bound! Williams, Wash U, and Messiah advance to the Final Four
November 21, 2015 Sectionals day two: Haverford advances; Calvin men, Centre women into Final Four. Haverford and Amherst win, William Smith, Swarthmore and Wash U. women advance
November 20, 2015 Kenyon knocks out Tufts, Wheaton edges St. Olaf in OT Calvin and Loras both move onto the Quarters; Calvin and Centre women advance.
November 11, 2015 2015 Tournament Field Factoids As you await the the start of the tournament, check out these interesting notes about the tournament participants and the composition of the men's and women's tournament fields.
October 26, 2015 St. Norbert's Vanden Avond breaks NCAA goals record St. Norbert College senior Katie Vanden Avond scores her 125th goal on Saturday
October 24, 2015 500 wins for Elizabethtown men's coach Skip Roderick Elizabethtown's 3-0 road win versus Drew lifted their coach into an elite club of 500-win coaches. Roderick is just the seventh Division III men's coach to achieve the milestone, doing so in his 33th year mentoring the Blue Jays who are nationally ranked and having their best season in at least 12 years. His career ledger, which includes the 1989 national title run, reads 500-139-58 (.759) representing the eighth best career winning percentage in Division III men's soccer history.
October 21, 2015 Dave Barrett, Illinois Wesleyan women's coach, gains 200th win With a 4-1 home victory over Millikin, the nationally-ranked Illinois Wesleyan women presented their coach with the milestone win as a women's coach. The 200th win was reached in Barrett's 15th season leading the Titan women. He has 25 additional victories as a men's coach from his first four years at the university. Barrett's career mark stands at 225-115-37 (.646) overall and 200-72-32 (.711) as a women's coach.
October 15, 2015 Wheaton (Mass.) Women's Coach Luis Reis Wins 400th Career Game With the Lyons 2-0 blanking of visiting Lasell, Reis joined the 400-win club in his 24th season as a collegiate head coach. It's win number 344 as women's coach at Wheaton, where Reis is in his nineteenth season after five seasons as men's coach at Bridgewater State. His win total as a women's coach ranks sixth among active Division III women's coaches and has been achieved at a rate of over 18 wins per season, second best among his current peers. His overall career record is 400-101-37.
October 4, 2015 Trinity's Lance Key wins 200th match The No. 2 Tigers blank Texas Lutheran for the Key victory
September 28, 2015 Kelsey Graham is named a finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year The Wheaton (Ill.) graduate and standout goalkeeper is one of the three former Division III student-athletes named among the nine finalists for this year's edition of the award.
September 23, 2015 Messiah's Larson breaks NCAA career shutout record With Tuesday's blanking of Eastern, the senior goalkeeper has posted 60 shutouts in just 82 games, the most in NCAA history across all divisions of men's and women's soccer.
September 23, 2015 Mindy Quigg Earns 300th Win as Ithaca women's coach An emphatic 6-0 whitewash of Alfred lifted Quigg's career win tally to 300, all coming at Ithaca where she is in her 22nd year at the helm. She's the 22nd Division III women's coach to reach the 300-win milestone and is 15th among active coaches. Her career record is 300-92-46 (.737).
September 23, 2015 It's 400 wins for Denison's men's coach, Rob Russo The 2-1 win over Marietta not only kept the Big Red men perfect but gave their head coach his 400th career victory. Russo reached the milestone win in his 17th year with the Big Red after 18 years at several Division I and II schools. He's the 19th Division III men's coach to reach 400 wins and ranks 9th among active coaches. The win brings Russo's career ledger to 400-206-47 (.649).
September 23, 2015 Emory's men's coach, Sonny Travis, notches win no. 400 The milestone win came when the Eagles defeated Sewanee 1-0. Travis becomes the 18th Division III men's coach to reach 400 wins and is tied for ninth among active coaches. His accumulation of wins has come from stints at Centre, Virginia Wesleyan, and now Emory. With Travis's 106 wins at Emory in just over eight years, his career record now stands at 400-131-49 (.732).
September 22, 2015 William Smith's Aliceann Wilber marks 500 wins The Heron's 1-0 victory over Rochester delivered the milestone win for Coach Wilber making the two-time national champion the first Division III women's soccer coach to reach the 500-win plateau. Moreover, as the all-time winningest female coach in NCAA soccer history, she becomes the first woman to mark this achievement. In her 36th season, all at William Smith where she is the only coach the Herons have ever had, Wilber has amassed a 500-129-56 (.771) record.
September 22, 2015 Rochester men's coach Chris Apple collects 200th win With a 3-0 blanking of St. John Fisher, Rochester's 15th-year men's coach reached the 200-win plateau in front of the Yellowjackets' home fans. Apple, who came to Rochester with three years of head coaching experience at the collegiate level, has a 181-51-39 (.740) record at the school and a career ledger of 200-79-42 (.688).
September 22, 2015 Michael Smolens Earns 300th Career Victory with Merchant Marine Smolen's reached the milestone when USMMA dealt visiting NYU a 4-1 defeat. His 300 wins ranks 20th among active Division III men's coaches and 46th all-time. All wins have come at Kings Point where Smolens is in his 26th season. His career record is 300-147-36 (.658).
September 15, 2015 Brandeis men's coach Mike Coven in rare air with 500 wins With Brandeis' key double-overtime victory over rival Babson, Coven became just the sixth Division III men's soccer coach to attain 500 wins and eleventh NCAA soccer coach overall to reach this milestone. In his 43rd season, all at Brandeis, Coven is currently the second-longest tenured coach in all of NCAA soccer. The 1976 Division III national champion now has an overall record of 500-258-52 (.649).
September 11, 2015 Roanoke's Phil Benne wins No. 300 as women's coach A 3-0 shutout of Southern Virginia to open the 2015 Shellenberger Classic at Lynchburg College gave the Maroon's mentor the milestone win. Benne's win total ranks 14th among active Division III women's coaches and 20th all-time. The 26th-year coach of the Roanoke women's program has a career mark of 300-171-38 (.627).
September 8, 2015 Salisbury men's coach Gerry DiBartolo notches 400th career win The Sea Gulls' 2-1 win over Merchant Marine in their home opener marked DiBartolo's 400th career victory. He is just the 38th coach in NCAA men's soccer history to accomplish the feat and the 17th to do so at the Division III ranks. Additionally, he ranks 8th among active Division III men's coaches. DiBartolo is in his 34th year, all guiding the Sea Gulls, with a career record that now stands at 400-176-57 (.677).
September 4, 2015 D-III soccer represented among Top 30 honorees for NCAA Woman of the Year Madeline Buckley (William Smith) and Kelsey Graham (Wheaton, Ill.) are named.
September 1, 2015 Kyle Goodwin, Natalie Caney net season's first goals In netting the first men's and women's goals of the 2015 season, the Montclair State sophomore and MCLA junior gave their teams 1-0 season-opening victories.
September 1, 2015 Lenny Armuth, Drew men's coach, gets win No. 300 After sitting through the off-season on 299 wins, a 1-0 season-opening defeat of visiting Swarthmore quickly earned Armuth his milestone win. All 300 wins have come guiding the Drew men's program where Armuth is in his 22nd season. He ranks 19th among active Division III men's soccer coaches in career wins with an overall record of 300-103-41 (.722).
August 20, 2015 South American Sojourn for Manchester duo Two members of the Manchester men's soccer team traveled to Costa Rica on a playing and cross-cultural trip this August.
July 23, 2015 Division III soccer players get conference nod for NCAA Woman of the Year Of the seven honored, three were All-Americans.
July 14, 2015 Lillie Toaspern pursues pro career with the Chicago Red Stars While the women's national team grabbed the spotlight in capturing the World Cup, the recent Washington U. graduate quietly continued her quest for a playing career beyond college.
June 19, 2015 Thirty-one Division III soccer players nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year Soccer is well represented among the 180 Division III nominees and record total of 480 nominations.
June 19, 2015 Richie Marquez: D-III standout to MLS starter Richie Marquez’s road to Major League Soccer wasn’t a common one. Most MLS starters come from MLS academies, NCAA Division I, or overseas. Marquez's journey passed through Division III Redlands.
April 30, 2015 Alumni game scheduled for Saturday in effort to save Titan soccer The annual UW-Oshkosh men's soccer alumni match takes on immense significance in wake of the administrative decision to cut the program after the coming season.
April 29, 2015 The turn-around continues at Central Kobylinski turns six wins into 45?
April 22, 2015 Curtains on UW-Oshkosh men’s soccer? School officials decide to terminate one of Division III’s most successful men’s soccer programs after the 2015 season; Titan players and alumni are shocked, wish they had been consulted.
February 23, 2015 Trinity's Matt Cardone on trial with Orlando City The Division III product has impressed as a trialist with the MLS newcomers. talks with the two-time All-American and his college coach.
January 22, 2015 Whitworth's Ramos selected in MLS SuperDraft Senior All-American selected by the Toronto FC
December 6, 2014 Undefeated Lynchburg wins women's title in PK shootout The Hornets win the program's first national championship after a scoreless 110 minutes against Williams.
December 6, 2014 Tufts wins the men's title! The Jumbos took it to Wheaton (Ill.) winning 4-2 in a match with three penalties. Tufts opened up a 3-0 lead before the Thunder scored a pair to make for an exciting finish.
December 5, 2014 Its Final! Wheaton (Ill.) and Tufts The Jumbos and the Thunder will meet on Saturday for the Division III Men's Title
December 5, 2014 Top-ranked Lynchburg and Willliams for the women's title The Hornets edge Illinois Welseyan 2-1
December 4, 2014 Interview: Dr. Michael Giuliano, Wheaton (Ill.) head coach The out-going head coach of the Thunder talks to about his team's array of weapons, what it's like to replace a legend, and his final season at the helm.
December 4, 2014 Interview: Dr. Jay Martin, Ohio wesleyan head coach The Battling Bishop legend talks to about his team's change in playing style, the mental side of soccer, and how this year's squad overcame adversity to reach the Final Four
December 4, 2014 Interview: Josh Shapiro, Tufts head coach The 5th-year head coach of the Jumbos talks to about his team's statement win over Messiah, building a program, and participating in a program first Final Four.
December 3, 2014 Interview: Iain Byrne, Oneonta St. head coach The 12-year head coach of the Red Dragons talks to about his team's improved balance this year, ingredients to their success, and being back in the Final Four again three years later.
November 27, 2014 St. Lawrence's Bob Durocher: Bomber turned Saints coach After a successful collegiate playing career as an Ithaca Bomber, fate brought Canton's hometown boy back to coach St. Lawrence.
November 24, 2014 Johns Hopkins and Illinois Wesleyan make first ever Final Four No. 1 Lynchburg advances past No. 2 Messiah in PKs
November 22, 2014 Wheaton punches their Final Four ticket, No. 3 Oneonta State advances No. 20 Tufts blanks No. 7 Muhlenberg
November 22, 2014 Thomas More women upset No. 2 Trinity, No. 1 Lynchburg wins Illinois Wesleyan edges Chicago in overtime
November 21, 2014 No. 2 Trinity edges No. 9 Loras; No. 9 Wheaton blanks No. 24 Wartburg 5-0 Wheaton (Ill.) hosts Trinity (Texas) on Saturday.
November 16, 2014 Sunday: No. 13 Amherst defeats No. 11 St. Lawrence in PKs No. 25 Cortland State advances, while top-ranked Messiah edges Morrisville State.
November 16, 2014 Puget Sound upsets No. 11 Wash U, Redlands edges No. 17 Hardin-Simmons Capital advances in a shootout, No. 25 Ill. Wesleyan makes history
November 15, 2014 No. 6 Calvin falls in PKs, No. 9 Wheaton (Ill.) advances to third round, CNU wins Stevens takes down No. 14 Montclair State in an upset
November 14, 2014 No. 6 Calvin, No. 15 OWU win, Nichols and Whitewater move on to round two The NCAAs have started and Nichols shows up with their first ever tournament win.
November 14, 2014 Hope women upset No. 4 Wheaton, No. 25 Illinois Wesleyan advances The Dutch and Titans will square off at Wheaton on Saturday.
November 1, 2014 Sibling soccer standouts seek success at PSU-Behrend Instrumental in the Lion's AMCC title ambitions is a brother-sister duo. Big brother looks to cap his career with a third title while lil' sis hopes her first year can match her bother's.
October 31, 2014 CoSIDA announces Academic All-District teams Almost two hundred Division III soccer student-athletes have earned All-District first team recognition and are on the ballot for the Academic All-America teams. 19 men and 22 women are repeat honorees.
October 16, 2014 Wheaton (MA) coach Matt Cushing joins 300-win club The 18th-ranked Lyons' midweek win handed their 21-year men's coach the milestone victory. His career record now stands at 300-96-40 (.734).
September 12, 2014 Messiah's Scott Frey reaches 300-win plateau It's another milestone in a successful career coaching both women and men at the Division III level, achieved at one of the fastest rates in NCAA history, surpassing if not outshining his more renown former teammate and colleague.
September 8, 2014 D-III soccer represented among Top 30 honorees for NCAA Woman of the Year Colleen Bouchard (Saint Benedict), Rachel Sadowski (Lynchburg), and Olivia Zitoli (William Smith) are named.
August 29, 2014 Curtains on three coaching legends The 2014 season kicks off without Dan Gilmore and Tony Ochrimenko on the sidelines for Rowan and Kean for the first time in 38 years. It's also the 36th and final season that Mike Russo will guide Williams.
February 20, 2014 Singleton leaves MIT for Wash. & Lee MIT head men's soccer coach Mike Singleton will be taking over as head men's soccer coach at Washington and Lee.
February 13, 2014 Mild selected as Pacific men's coach Mild is named the eighth head coach in Pacific men's soccer history and comes to Forest Grove after successful stays at UC Davis and Cal State Stanislaus.
February 12, 2014 Seabrook named head men's soccer coach at Colby After 10 years as an assistant coach at the NCAA Division I level, Ewan Seabrook was named the new head coach of the Colby College men's soccer program Wednesday.
February 7, 2014 Drugan to take over UT Dallas women's soccer Kanute Drugan, one of the winningest coaches in NCAA Division III women's soccer history, has been named the new head women's soccer coach at The University of Texas at Dallas.
January 24, 2014 Q&A with Philadelphia Union draft pick Richie Marquez spoke with the All-American defender about being drafted, participating in the MLS Combine, and more.
January 16, 2014 Seven Division III players eligible for 2014 MLS SuperDraft The draft kicks off today at noon and MLS Combine participants Josh Wood and Richie Marquez and five others have had their names added to the eligibility list by interested MLS teams.
January 16, 2014 Redlands' Richie Marquez taken in 3rd Round of MLS SuperDraft The All-American defender was selected by Philadelphia Union with the 44th overall pick.
January 12, 2014 Updates from the 2014 MLS Player Combine Follow Messiah forward Josh Wood and Redlands defender Richie Marquez as they participate in the five-day showcase. [UPDATED Sunday P.M.]
January 10, 2014 Tony Ochrimenko retires as Kean men's coach Tony Ochrimenko, the Hall of Fame head coach of the Kean men’s soccer program, announced he will be retiring in 2014 after a legendary career that spanned five decades and delivered the first Division III national championship in school history.
January 9, 2014 Division III represented at the 2014 MLS Player Combine Messiah forward Josh Wood and Redlands defender Richie Marquez will join some of Division I's best to showcase their talents to MLS teams.
December 31, 2013 Happy New Year! Here's to a great 2014 in the world of DIII soccer.
December 23, 2013 2013 Men's All-America team The men's All-America teams for 2013 are final: Josh Wood, Jeremy Payne, Dan Figura, and Mike Randall lead as Players of the Year.
December 20, 2013 2013 Women's All-America team The 2013 women's All-America teams are now official. Hannah Kronick, Emily Jorgens, Olivia Zitoli, Beth Coppolecchia top our honorees.
December 11, 2013 Final Top 25 polls The No. 1 teams are no surprise, but where did the rest of the tournament teams fall?
December 7, 2013 Tenth national title for Messiah! No. 3 Messiah edges No. 2 Rutgers-Camden 2-1 in double overtime. All-Tournament teams announced.
December 7, 2013 William Smith takes the crown as national champs! The No. 3 Herons defeated No. 4 Trinity (Texas) 2-0 to win their second title in program history.
November 25, 2013 NCAA Sectional review: Northeast and Midwest Read our take on the results from this past Sectional weekend in men's soccer.
November 25, 2013 NCAA Sectional review: New England and East Our Sectional reviews continue with Part II on the past weekend in men's NCAA soccer.
November 24, 2013 Rutgers-Camden edges Montclair, Capital shocks Wash U women The Final Four is coming together, as Middlebury women, Messiah men advance.
November 23, 2013 Final Four bound: Trinity women beat Wheaton 2-1 Rutgers-Camden downs York 3-1, while Messiah edges Kenyon 2-1.
November 22, 2013 No. 4 Trinity, No. 6 Wheaton women to meet in Quarterfinal Friday's action had Trinity over No. 2 Montclair State, and Wheaton edging No. 10 Emory in OT
November 19, 2013 Brooklyn College's Horne Coach of the Year in CUNYAC In just the second year of women's soccer at Brooklyn, Patrick Horne is conference COY.
November 18, 2013 NCAA men's weekend review Our review of the weekend in men's soccer in NCAA second round action.
November 18, 2013 The Anatomy of an upset: Rose-Hulman downs #1 Ohio Wesleyan They don't happen often, but when they do, we love to analyze the classic upset.
November 17, 2013 Sunday: shocked by Westminster and Rose-Hulman Rose-Hulman upset No. 1 Ohio Wesleyan, while Westminster (Mo.) surprised Gustavus.
November 16, 2013 No. 7 York, No. 13 Montclair St. struggle to advance Saturday featured plenty of first round action, with Wartburg and Kenyon moving on to Sectionals.
November 15, 2013 No. 24 Wartburg wins, Kenyon men upset No. 12 ONU Friday: Hope defeats No. 16 Oshkosh, while No. 14 Wheaton edges Thomas More.
November 14, 2013 NCAA Thurs: Luther, Rose-Hulman, Lycoming advance Rose-Hulman edges Penn State-Behrend 9-8 in PKs
November 11, 2013 Last of the AQs are claimed as Springfield women edge MIT in PKs We review Sunday's mens and women's action as the regular season comes to a close.
November 10, 2013 Sunday countdown: remaining automatic bids up for grabs today We preview Sunday’s games around the country as teams vie for the remaining automatic bids.
November 9, 2013 Conference Championships set to shape Pool C heading into selection Monday Previewing Saturday’s games around the country as teams fight for NCAA berths.
November 9, 2013 Virginia Wes. upsets No. 17 Randolph, No. 6 Loras wins in OT Saturday's action included Rochester men winning the UAA.
November 8, 2013 Carleton edges St. Olaf, Whitewater women remain unbeaten Calvin, Hope men and women all advance to MIAA finals.
November 7, 2013 Bubbles begin to burst: No. 1 Messiah falls amidst a slew of PK shootouts A quick look at Wednesday's men's results as conference tournaments unfold nationwide.
November 5, 2013 Roger Williams edges No. 20 Gordon in CCC semis No. 9 TCNJ women defeat No. 12 Rowan, No. 13 Wheaton men advance
November 3, 2013 No. 10 Oshkosh wins to remain unbeaten Lesley women win the NECC tournament for the season's first AQ
November 2, 2013 No. 13 Wheaton edges North Park 1-0 for CCIW title Newbury advances to NECC final, and No. 14 Trinity clinches top seed in the SCAC.
October 27, 2013 Weekend wrap: top-ranked Wheaton women fall to Millikin No. 23 Oberlin ties with No. 1 Ohio Wesleyan, while Skidmore tops No. 14 St. Lawrence
October 26, 2013 Saturday's schedule, live events, and results As October rolls to a close, the conference tournament picture develops.
October 24, 2013 Wednesday review: Lynchburg men upset No. 15 Randolph RPI surprises No. 21 Williams, while No. 24 Gordon move to 15-1.
October 20, 2013 No. 16 Salisbury upsets No. 2 York, Oberlin downs No. 9 DePauw Swarthmore surprises No. 10 Dickinson, while Middleton wins 200th.
October 20, 2013 Kean women tie No. 4 TCNJ No. 6 William Smith shuts down No. 24 Skidmore, while Wheaton rolls again.
October 20, 2013 Emory upsets No. 13 Brandeis, No. 5 Trinity women remain unbeaten Penn-State Berk women win big, lead NEAC at 11-0-0.
October 18, 2013 No. 13 Carnegie Mellon edges No. 12 Brandeis in OT No. 14 Rochester falls to Chicago on a busy Friday in the UAA.
October 16, 2013 North Carolina Wesleyan upends No. 24 Roanoke No. 18 Whitewater women cruise past No. 13 Loras, while Montclair men edge Kean.
October 14, 2013 St. Joe's (Maine) wins to stay unbeaten in the GNAC No. 7 Ithaca women edge Houghton 1-0.
October 12, 2013 Saturday wrap: No. 3 Wash U women hold off No. 14 Carnegie Mellon Elmhurst men tie No. 21 Wheaton, and Geneseo upsets No. 16 Brockport.
October 10, 2013 Wednesday: Capital men surprise No. 11 Ohio Northern 2-0 No. 3 Rutgers-Camden survives a battle with Stockton.
October 10, 2013 No. 8 TCNJ women knock off top-ranked Johns Hopkins Chicago and No. 2 Wheaton draw, Carthage upsets No. 23 Augustana
October 7, 2013 No. 3 Wash U women edge No. 10 Emory Wisconsin-Whitewater wins with a last second goal.
October 5, 2013 No. 2 Wheaton women grab Friday win Top 25 mens and women's teams face key match-ups on Saturday. Follow the scoreboards for updates from across the country.
October 5, 2013 Chicago upends No. 10 Carnegie Mellon, Bowdoin women blank No. 19 Bantams Saturday included a number of upsets and close matches in the Top 25.
October 3, 2013 Wednesday wrap: Ursinus topples Franklin & Marshall The 15th-ranked Diplomats lose their second straight match.
September 30, 2013 Whitman women upset No. 17 Linfield Sunday's results include a hat-trick for a Trinity senior.
September 29, 2013 Sunday wrap: No. 22 Pacific Lutheran takes Willamette in overtime Carthage upsets No. 20 Whitewater in a 1-0 shutout.
September 28, 2013 TCNJ upsets No. 4 Montclair, Montclair women return the favor Tufts women take down No. 19 Amherst, and a streak ends.
September 25, 2013 No. 6 DePauw survives challenge from Anderson WPI coach Malcolm MacPherson gets 300th win.
September 24, 2013 No. 2 Wheaton 4-1 winner over No. 12 Loras Alma edges No. 21 Hope in MIAA battle.
September 24, 2013 No. 7 York blanks No. 1 Messiah No. 11 Loras and No. 14 Ohio Northern both pitch Tuesday shut-outs.
September 23, 2013 St. Thomas edges No. 19 Luther in OT The Tommies unbeaten streak continues at seven.
September 21, 2013 Tufts blanks No. 6 Brandeis, No. 3 Wheaton women edge No. 2 Wash U No. 7 Rutgers-Camden scores three late goals to overtake Rutgers-Newark.
September 21, 2013 Saturday spotlight: No. 2 Wash U women host No. 3 Wheaton Wash U has yet to allow a goal this season; follow all the live action and scores on our scoreboard.
September 19, 2013 No. 9 Brandeis women fall, No. 2 Ohio Wesleyan men edge No. 8 Ohio Northern No. 20 Hope women remain undefeated, while MIAA foe Calvin draws
September 16, 2013 Sunday: No. 3 Ohio Wesleyan survives to remain undefeated No. 23 Luther scores late goals to top St. Olaf.
September 16, 2013 No. 8 William Smith edges No. 4 Ithaca No. 10 Emory plays D-II Lee tough but falls 1-0.
September 9, 2013 4-0 start for Emory men The Emory defense recorded its second shutout of the 2013 season on Sunday.
September 7, 2013 Ithaca women blank Emory, Messiah falls to Wm. Smith Early Saturday action and more on the week in women's soccer
September 6, 2013 Oneonta Mayor’s Cup Tournament set for this weekend The 2103 Mayor's Cup features the defending national champion Messiah Falcons
September 5, 2013 NJCU's Umanzor scores on ESPN The Gothic Knight's junior defender earns a spot on ESPN's Top 10
September 2, 2013 Brandeis downs Keene State 3-2 Senior Sam Ocel grabs an assist and the game winner in the first of two weekend matches
August 15, 2013 Southern Vermont coach takes over at Canton SUNY-Canton's transition into Division III status as a men's soccer program will be handled by Tim Penrod.
July 24, 2013 Keystone hires Cornell assistant Former Cornell (N.Y.) assistant coach Joe Schneck has been named the head men’s soccer coach at Keystone.
July 24, 2013 North Dakota coach hired at Buena Vista Buena Vista announced that Kristen Gay will become the school's next head women’s soccer coach beginning in the fall of 2013.
July 23, 2013 Albion athletes team up for summer project Anne Marie Galus and Brad Baker agree that spending the summer researching the microbe community in the Kalamazoo River is far better than anything they would be doing at home.
July 22, 2013 North Park makes Wright choice After women's soccer coach Paul Thomas stepped down unexpectedly, North Park promoted Chris Wright to the head women's soccer position Monday.
July 12, 2013 Ripon player killed in crash Taylor Ziebol, 19, a midfielder for Ripon, died in a head-on collision on a road trip with family in Kansas.
July 12, 2013 Sarah Lawrence hires first women's soccer coach Unity Beddingfield will lead the Gryphons when they take the field as a varsity program this fall for the first time.
July 10, 2013 Caring with more than a click Altoona women's soccer player Katy Hartigan leads the school's work with a charity that supports pediatric cancer research.
July 9, 2013 Sanchez returns to D-III at Hunter After coaching at the NAIA, Division III and Division I level, John Sanchez gives Division III soccer another shot.
July 3, 2013 Lynchburg alum returns to ODAC Former Scranton and Lynchburg assistant Michael Shenigo takes over the Guilford women's head coaching job after the previous coach left for Lycoming.
June 19, 2013 Widener to host doubleheader at PPL Park Widener's soccer teams make a return trip to PPL Park in Chester this fall as part of a doubleheader at the home of Major League Soccer's Philadelphia Union.
June 19, 2013 Christenson named Keuka women's soccer coach Steve Christenson was named the 11th women's soccer coach in Keuka school history. Christenson helped turn around the Utica men's team and has spent the last five years as director of coaching with Doug Miller Soccer.
June 17, 2013 Erickson named Wentworth men's soccer coach Wentworth athletic director Angel Ayres announced the hiring of Connor Erickson as head men's soccer coach. Erickson replaces Bob Long, who stepped aside after 16 seasons.
June 9, 2013 Lewis named Lycoming women's soccer coach After 11 seasons as the head women’s soccer coach at Guilford, Eric Lewis is set for a new chapter, as he will become the eighth head women’s soccer coach in the history of Lycoming College, director of athletics Mike Clark announced on Friday, June 7.
May 15, 2013 Washington College player wins literary prize In a supremely #whyd3 moment, Tim Marcin was announced as the winner of the 2013 Sophie Kerr Prize, the nation's largest undergraduate literary prize.
April 16, 2013 Bianco to lead Case men OWU's Bianco is named head men’s soccer coach at Case Western Reserve.
April 9, 2013 The State of Division III Heading into next season, there are some interesting things afoot. Dave McHugh and NCAA VP for Division III Dan Dutcher discuss the big issues.
April 4, 2013 Calvin senior Broekhuizen goes pro Joe Broekhuizen signs with Dayton
April 4, 2013 Ithaca's Salant earns NCAA scholarship The senior keeper for the Bombers adds to her academic achievements.
March 12, 2013 Gibboney set to take over men's soccer program After eight years as an assistant coach at both the NCAA Division I and Division III levels, Nate Gibboney will become the ninth head coach in the history of the Lycoming men’s soccer program.
March 6, 2013 Weiler makes long trip from Moorhead to CNU Christopher Newport has announced the hiring of Dan Weiler as the new head women’s soccer coach. Weiler comes to CNU from Concordia-Moorhead after guiding his squad to the NCAA Tournament in six of the last seven seasons.
March 2, 2013 Austin College tabs Corona as women's soccer coach Kristina Corona has been named the new head women's soccer coach at Austin College, athletics director David Norman has announced. Corona most recently served as the head coach at the University of Dallas, where she was named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year last season.
February 27, 2013 Regional realignment coming Some sports are growing. Some have regions which are out of alignment with other sports. Some conferences are split into two or three regions. That's going to get fixed, writes Dave McHugh.
February 14, 2013 O’Connor named Castleton men’s soccer coach After seven years at D1 Rhode Island, John O'Conner joins Castleton State as men's head coach.
February 1, 2013 Beverlin named UMB men’s soccer coach UMass Boston has named Jake Beverlin of Somerville as the new men's soccer head coach.
January 25, 2013 Mello caps season with key award 700 match milestone for Hendrix head coach Doug Mello
January 24, 2013 Amherst's Sucre drafted by MLS Vancouver Whitecaps FC picks Lord Jeff's senior Alejandro Sucre
January 10, 2013 Potteiger joins Gordon College D1 Naval Academy assistant Derek Potteiger has been named the new men's head soccer coach at Gordon College
January 8, 2013 Emory: the best season ever Emory's seniors finish with the best four years in the history of the program, as our reviews continue
January 7, 2013 North Park: talar du svenska? The Vikings used a deep bench and a broad reach to win, as we continue our look at the 2012 season
January 1, 2013 UT-Dallas men mark 15th season The Comets finish another successful season in the American Southwest Conference, as our 2012 reviews continue.
December 28, 2012 Salem College: a conference title and more A look at the season for Salem College, as we continue our reviews from around the country
December 22, 2012 The season at Amherst A look back at the Amherst season, in the first of a series from around the country.
December 1, 2012 2012 All-Tournament Teams and MVP's Messiah's Kovach and Logan Thompson top the men's team as Offensive and Defensive MVP's. The women's team is led by Messiah's Scheibeler and Emory's Gorodetsky.
December 1, 2012 Messiah emphatically stakes claim to ninth title The No. 1 Falcons shocked No. 5 Ohio Northern with four early goals and never looked back.
December 1, 2012 Fifth title for the Falcon women In a close match, No. 1 Messiah avenges an earlier loss to No. 8 Emory with a 1-0 win in the national championship match
November 30, 2012 Emory wins, moves to the finals No. 8 Emory takes down No. 12 Wheaton 2-1
November 30, 2012 Messiah blanks Misericordia; a Fifth for the Falcons? The top-ranked Falcons scored three in the second to best No. 17 Misericordia 3-0
November 30, 2012 Ohio Northern holds on for the 3-2 win over Williams No. 5 Ohio Northern came back from an 0-1 deficit and defeated No. 7 Williams 3-2 after the Ephs made it close
November 28, 2012 Men's Semifinal 1 Preview No. 1 Messiah and No. 2 Loras tangle in the early men's semifinal in what should be a great battle of similar teams. Our preview breaks down the Falcons and Duhawks and analyzes how they match-up.
November 28, 2012 Men's Semifinal 2 Preview No. 7 Williams faces No. 5 Ohio Northern in the second men's semifinal. Our preview looks at the Ephs' and Polar Bears' seasons and analyzes the match-up.
November 26, 2012 Women's Semifinal 1 Preview In a replay of their 2010 Sweet Sixteen match, No. 8 Emory and No. 12 Wheaton (Ill.) will clash in the first women's semifinal. Our preview looks at the Eagles and the Thunder and analyzes the match-up.
November 26, 2012 Women's Semifinal 2 Preview In an all Pennsylvania affair, No. 17 Misericordia faces defending champion and No. 1 ranked Messiah in the second women's semifinal of the day. Can the Cougars continue their magical season? Our preview takes a close look at them as well as the favored Falcons.
November 22, 2012 Happy Thanksgiving! Here is our list of things we are thankful for here at
November 18, 2012 Final Four: Ohio Northern takes the final spot No. 5 Ohio Northern takes the final sport in the national semifinals with a 2-1 win over No. 6 Montclair State
November 17, 2012 Loras men, Wheaton (Ill.) women are in the Final Four No. 12 Wheaton is off to Texas, No. 2 Loras edged the Wheaton men to join the party
November 16, 2012 Loras, Wheaton men, Wash U., Wheaton women in Elite 8 Loras edges Wisconsin-Patteville 2-1, Wash U. Moves past Concordia-Moorhead
November 14, 2012 Welcome to the Sweet 16, Part 2: the Men Along with some familiar names are new faces and others back after long and even longer absences. Get to know the men's teams that make up this year's Sweet 16.
November 13, 2012 Welcome to the Sweet 16, Part 1: the Women Some are familiar faces; some are new to the party. Let's get to know the women's teams that make up this year's Sweet 16.
November 11, 2012 NCAA Sectional sites announced; Sunday wrap-up We have the selected host sites for the men's and women's Sectionals as well as a review of Sunday's second round action
November 10, 2012 Saturday mid-day update: St. Lawrence edges Eastern Conn. St. in OT NCAA action continues as GNAC champ Lasell knocked off No. 10 Amherst, and No. 2 Hardin-Simmons edges Chapman.
November 10, 2012 Womens' Sweet Sixteen for Wheaton, Loras; Wheaton men join the party Wheaton (Ill.) men edged Centre 2-0 to advance, while the Loras women fought off Calvin
November 9, 2012 2012 champ OWU falls, Calvin overcome by DePauw Friday's NCAA action includes No. 9 Dominican and No. 19 Wheaton women moving to the second round.
November 6, 2012 NCAA first round Friday is underway Early results have the Wheaton women blanking Webster 4-0, and the Dominican men overcame an early deficit to defeat Webster 3-1.
November 4, 2012 Finals: What's new? Messiah, Trinity, and Amherst are in No. 1 Messiah women rolled over Stevenson, while No. 11 Centre blanked Rhodes, and No. 13 Susquehanna men edge No. 25 Scranton.
November 3, 2012 Friday: Rowan upsets No. 5 Montclair, Greensboro over No. 23 CNU No. 15 Aurora, Webster women clinch AQs on Friday, while Methodist men reach USA-South final
November 3, 2012 Saturday: overtimes and close shaves continue In PKs, Gustavus upsets No. 16 Carleton, while Bowdoin shocks No. 9 Amherst women; No. 10 Wm. Smith edges No. 18 Union.
November 1, 2012 Thursday's theme: penalty kick decisions abound With three men's and four women's matches decided by penalty kicks, it was a white knuckle day for goal keepers in DIII soccer
November 1, 2012 Tricks and Treats abound: Thomas More teams to PAC finals Wednesday night was frightful for some teams and delighful for others as conference tournaments continued.
October 31, 2012 No. 16 Carleton men, No. 14 Wheaton women move on Minnesota-Morris advances both mens and women's teams to the UMAC final
October 30, 2012 Baldwin Wallace ineligible for playoffs Baldwin Wallace is self-reporting financial aid irregularities to the NCAA and will not be eligible for any postseason in 2012-13, including the Division III soccer playoffs and the OAC tournament.
October 29, 2012 300 wins for Coach Luis Reis of Wheaton On Saturday, Reis won the 300th match of his career when the Lyons defeated Clark University.
October 28, 2012 Carnegie Mellon edges Brandeis; Wash U women claim first AQ; As the NYU women upset No. 2 Emory, the Bears earn the AQ with their defeat of Case Western
October 27, 2012 Saturday update: RIT women upset Ithaca, Middlebury falls Mass-Boston claimed their first LEC Championship ever, on a day filled with upsets and overtimes.
October 26, 2012 No. 8 Brandeis, No. 11 Carnegie Mellon win; No. 20 Wheaton wins CCIW Brandeis and CMU both win on Friday and are tied atop the UAA, while No. 24 Colorado falls.
October 24, 2012 Thrills and chills continue: One Wheaton falls; other Wheaton draws Top-ranked Messiah needed double overtime to put away Arcadia, while No. 24 Cal Lutheran fell to Chapman.
October 24, 2012 Roanoke's Scott Allison retires After 27 years of coaching the Roanoke men's soccer program, Scott Allison is retiring and assuming the athletic director role full time.
October 23, 2012 York (Pa.) accepts NCAA sanctions The Spartans forfeit three matches due to an NCAA rules violation
October 22, 2012 No. 6 Centre falls, No. 14 William Smith edges No. 17 Union Rhodes edged Centre 2-1 in double overtime, William Smith edged Union 1-0, while Concordia-Moorhead blanked St. Olaf for the MIAC conference title.
October 22, 2012 Pre-Halloween Chills: Men's top teams tested over weekend The pressure is on as we are into the final fortnight of the regular season, and overtime thrills and chills highlighted the weekend's action
October 18, 2012 No. 22 Scranton remains unbeaten, Kean takes down No. 19 NYU A stormy Wednesday for soccer in many locals, yet here's our quick take on the day's results, including a few key upsets.
October 18, 2012 Cameroon influence at St. Mary's; a D-III story Pierre Zibi, a junior captain for the St. Mary's (Md.) men's soccer team, is also the son of a former professional soccer player from Cameroon.
October 14, 2012 Liberty League upset: No. 3 St. Lawrence falls to Union No. 11 Whitworth draws with Puget Sound, while No. 16 Rutgers-Camden needed double overtime to get by Salisbury
October 13, 2012 Saturday women's update Cal Lutheran edged Pomona-Pitzer, while No. 10 Wheaton (MA) moves to 13-0-2. Fredonia got by Potsdam 2-0 in SUNYAC action.
October 11, 2012 CCNY seniors lead the way The CCNY women's soccer team is setting new standards for the program.
October 11, 2012 Review and Preview We look back at a crucial week in the Division III landscape as upsets cast some uncertainty across the regional rankings, and also look ahead to some of this weekend’s promising matchups.
October 8, 2012 Weekend recap: action heats up as temps cool The changing leaves bring an unofficial midway point to the season as teams start to eye the finish line. Here is our snapshot of some of the action from around the country this past weekend.
October 6, 2012 In a goal tending clinic, No. 2 Trinity and No. 11 Wheaton play to a draw The Trinity (TX) women travel to chilly Wheaton (IL) for a repeat of a growing rivalry, and features a match with 30 saves.
October 2, 2012 PSU Abington roars to a strong start At 7-0, the Nittany Lions are off to their strongest start in program history
September 17, 2012 Weekend review Our view of some of the key matches from across the country from this past weekend.
September 14, 2012 A look back and the weekend ahead A review of Thursday and Friday, and a look ahead of some key matches.
September 8, 2012 York (PA), Salisbury remain undefeated McDaniel scored first, but York came back to win 3-1, while Salisbury blanked Centenary (NJ) 5-0
September 8, 2012 A glimpse of Saturday A handful of unexpected results from the men and several double overtime games from the women made for an exciting day of DIII soccer.
September 8, 2012 Overtime win for Wash U women Washington University needed a second overtime to get by Loras College on Friday.
September 7, 2012 Mike Russo collects 400th win at Williams Head Coach Mike Russo becomes the latest to join the small group of coaches with 400 career victories.
September 6, 2012 Chris Waterbury notches 400 wins at Plattsburgh State The Cardinals' 2-0 win over Norwich gave Coach Waterbury his milestone victory.
September 5, 2012 Utica's Watson wins number 100 Utica College head coach Eric Watson earned his 100th collegiate win on Saturday night.
September 4, 2012 A look at Tuesday As the season gets into full swing, here's a look at some of the men's and women's action from Tuesday.
August 28, 2012 Pacific women's soccer season preview WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM HOSTS HIGH SCHOOL CAMP Pacific women's soccer team hosts camp for prospective college players.
August 27, 2012 Norwich women's soccer season preview The memory of falling to Saint Joseph (Conn.) in penalty kicks in the quarterfinal round of the GNAC tournament is still fresh in the minds of the returning members of the Norwich women’s soccer team.
August 27, 2012 Randolph women's soccer season preview Depth and finishing were two of the main problems that plagued the team in 2011, but 12th-year coach Kevin Porterfield thinks those issues will stay right where they need to: with last year’s team.
August 25, 2012 Gettysburg women's soccer preview After coming so close to a conference title and the NCAA Tournament a year ago, the Gettysburg College women’s soccer team is poised to continue to raise its game in 2012.
August 25, 2012 Manchester men's soccer season preview Preparation is the buzz word circling around the 2012 Manchester men’s soccer squad.
August 25, 2012 Manchester women's soccer season preview A culture change continues at Manchester this fall.
August 25, 2012 Norwich men's soccer preview Starting during its preseason training trip to Barcelona, Spain last season, the Norwich men’s soccer team broke every team huddle with one word, “family.”
August 25, 2012 Swarthmore men's soccer preview The departure of nine seniors, and eight starters from the 2011 season opener, leaves the Garnet with significant holes to fill in 2012.
August 25, 2012 Swarthmore women's soccer preview After an exciting run to the 2011 Centennial Conference semifinals, a young and balanced Swarthmore women's soccer team is eager to return to the postseason and challenge for a Centennial championship in 2012.
August 25, 2012 Washington College men's soccer preview A new chapter in the long history of Washington College men's soccer begins this fall as the Shoremen embark on their first season under head coach Roy Dunshee.
July 21, 2012 Husson coach leaves for AD job Keith Bosley,, who won more than 100 games as head coach of Husson's women's soccer program, is leaving the school to become athletic director at Green Mountain.
July 4, 2012 Keller named coach at Wabash Chris Keller will take his NCAC expertise from Allegheny, where he was an assistant, to Wabash.
June 29, 2012 Centre assistant hired at Spalding Spalding will be eligible for the NCAA Tournament for the first time, but Adam Boyer will have a long way to go in building up the Golden Eagles, who went 1-15-0 last season.
June 28, 2012 Axtell gets Cortland job after all Steve Axtell has been named SUNY Cortland's men's soccer head coach, after Wade Jean briefly took the position but withdrew his acceptance.
June 28, 2012 Follow the Coaching Carousel! Deep into the offseason, coaching changes continue, including the only women's soccer coach UW-Stevens Point has ever known. That and more moves in Coaching Carousel.
June 8, 2012 Milwaukee Wave Hall of Famer returns to Wis. Lutheran Wisconsin Lutheran athletic director Skip Noon announced that Tony Pierce, a Milwaukee Wave Hall of Fame member, has been named the head women’s soccer coach.
May 25, 2012 Schneweis hired as Concordia-Moorhead men's soccer coach Concordia-Moorhead has named Ben Schneweis as the new men’s soccer coach. Schneweis is currently an assistant coach at North Dakota State.
May 15, 2012 Hamline alum takes the helm Former player is the new men's head coach for the Pipers.
May 12, 2012 D-I assistant takes Cortland job Wade Jean has been named Cortland's men's soccer head coach. A former D-I head coach, he was most recently, he served as the associate head coach at Vermont.
May 12, 2012 Earlham coach moves to Carleton Carleton athletic director Gerald Young announced the hiring of Jocelyn Keller as head women’s soccer coach. She went 49-25-3 in four seasons as head coach at Earlham.
May 12, 2012 Whitewater coach returns to Division III Tony Guinn spent most of this past season on leave from Western Illinois to be closer to his ailing son. Now at UW-Whitewater, he'll be even closer year-round.
May 11, 2012 Franklin women's assistant promoted Assistant coach Justin Sullivan has been promoted to head coach of the Franklin women’s soccer team.
April 21, 2012 St. Mary's coach moves to Bowdoin St. Mary's (Md.) announced that sixth-year head women's soccer coach Brianne Weaver would be leaving her post to pursue a similar position at Bowdoin.
April 21, 2012 Washington College coach returns to Maryland Washington College's new coach was an area high school coach before briefly accepting an assistant's job at Amherst this offseason.
April 20, 2012 Allegheny assistant named women's coach at E&H Emory and Henry has selected Linda Schirmeister-Gess to be head women's soccer coach, athletic director Myra Sims announced Friday. Schirmeister-Gess is the fourth head coach in program history.
April 17, 2012 Tommies hire Hamline coach Jon Lowery's trip won't be long, as the former Hamline coach switches sides of town to take over as men's soccer coach at St. Thomas.
April 10, 2012 Hamline men's coach resigns Jon Lowery, who has been the head men’s soccer coach at Hamline for the past three seasons, announced his resignation.
April 9, 2012 Shabazz named head coach at Kalamazoo Lumumba Shabazz was formally introduced as Kalamazoo’s head men’s soccer coach. A native of Trinidad and Tobago, Shabazz brings over 25 years of international soccer experience.
April 7, 2012 WPI hires first full-time women's soccer coach Corey Holton, who was head coach at Concordia (Texas), becomes the first full-time coach in the 17-year history of women’s soccer at the university.
April 1, 2012 Brooklyn hires first women's coach Brooklyn athletics has announced the hiring of Patrick Horne as the head coach of the school's new women's soccer program.
March 27, 2012 Hughes departing Calvin men's soccer program After more than 20 years with the Calvin men's soccer program including 10 as head coach, Chris Hughes is departing Calvin to take the head men's soccer coaching position at nearby Davenport.
March 16, 2012 Macalester tabs former Stanford assistant Macalester announces the selection of former Stanford assistant Gregg Olson as its head men's soccer coach.
March 12, 2012 Mount Ida names Hagan head coach The Mount Ida athletic department is pleased to announce the hiring of former player Gregory Hagan as women’s soccer coach effective immediately.
March 1, 2012 Carleton women's soccer coach resigns Carleton women’s soccer coach Keren Gudeman announced her resignation effective at the end of the current academic year.
March 1, 2012 St. Norbert brings back former assistant Derek Rhodes was an assistant coach under his father, Dale, when St. Norbert won three Midwest Conference championships. This past season, Andrew Steger's Green Knights were 2-14-1.
February 23, 2012 Knox hires Edwards as new men's head coach Amherst assistant men's coach Matt Edwards is chosen to lead the Knox College men's program.
February 23, 2012 Nassif named Benedictine men's soccer coach It is with great pleasure that Benedictine University announces the appointment of Rich Nassif to the position of head men's soccer coach.
February 21, 2012 Carleton women's head coach announces resignation Carleton assistant professor of physical education, athletics and recreation (PEAR) and head women’s soccer coach Keren Gudeman has announced her resignation effective at the end of the current academic year.
February 21, 2012 O'Toole named new men's coach at Clark Former Bridgewater (Va.) head coach Matt O'Toole takes the reigns at Clark University after one year as men's assistant at Amherst.
February 20, 2012 St. Thomas men's head coach steps down After ten years at the helm, Aaron Macke leaves to spend more time with his family and his on-campus role as Director of Residence Life.
February 17, 2012 Washington College men's coach steps down Washington College men's soccer coach Drew Hoffman has been offered and has accepted a position as a development officer at the school.
February 17, 2012 Wilkerson tabbed Hanover men's coach Matt Wilkerson comes to Hanover after nine seasons as an assistant coach at Kentucky.
February 17, 2012 Snyder appointed head men's coach at NJCU Patrick Snyder, the former head coach at Division II Felician and Mercer County Community College, has been named head coach at New Jersey City University.
February 2, 2012 Gustavus hires Redlands assistant Laura Burnett-Kurie graduated from William Smith and was a D-III assistant before the Golden Gusties hired her.
February 1, 2012 Macalester hires former D-I coach A former Macalester assistant and Division I head coach returns to St. Paul to take over the Scots' women's soccer program.
January 27, 2012 Cortland names Axtell interim coach Steve Axtell has been named SUNY Cortland's men's soccer interim head coach, replacing Dwight Hornibrook, who is leaving Cortland after eight seasons.
January 27, 2012 UWW coach leaves for Division I job UW-Whitewater lost Greg Henschel, who was coaching both men's and women's soccer, to Division I UW-Milwaukee, where he'll take over the women's program.
January 12, 2012 Dallas tabbed as Cabrini men's coach The Cavaliers filled their opening from within after Glen Jaskelewicz stepped down this offseason.
December 21, 2011 2011 Men's All-America team Wall, DeMello, Urbaniak, and O'Meara head our list of 2011 All-Americans. Who else was named and who is our coach of the year? Check it out!
December 3, 2011 National championship goes to Ohio Wesleyan The Bishops get by Calvin 2-1 and give coach Jay Martin his record-setting 608th win.
December 3, 2011 Messiah takes the title! Messiah comes from behind to defeat Wheaton 3-1, winning their fourth national championship in seven years. Erin Hench is named Offensive Player of the Tournament.
December 2, 2011 It's No. 1 Messiah and No. 8 Wheaton for the championship Messiah defeats William Smith 1-0 on a second half goal by junior Alex Brandt, while Wheaton turns in a dominating performance in a 2-0 win over Ithaca.
December 2, 2011 No. 6 Ohio Wesleyan and Calvin in the title match The Bishops blank Montclair State 4-0; Calvin tops Oneonta State 4-2
November 30, 2011 Men's Semifinal 2 Preview Calvin and Oneonta St. will face off in the second men's semifinal. Our preview breaks down the two teams and analyzes the match-up.
November 30, 2011 Women's Semifinal 1 Preview No. 1 Messiah and No. 2 William Smith will clash again in the first women's semifinal. Our preview breaks down the two teams and analyzes the match-up.
November 30, 2011 Women's Semifinal 2 Preview Ithaca and No. 8 Wheaton (Ill.) will face off in the second women's semifinal of the day. Our preview breaks down the Thunder and the Bombers and analyzes the match-up.
November 29, 2011 Men's Semifinal 1 Preview Montclair St. and Ohio Wesleyan will face off in the first men's semifinal. Our preview breaks down the two teams and analyzes the match-up.
November 28, 2011 A look back: 1981 Men's Soccer Final Four Thirty years ago, the Final Four was played at Elizabethtown College between Brandeis, Glassboro St., Scranton, and Ohio Wesleyan. Find out who won and more.
November 21, 2011 The San Antonio Eight Of 125 men's and women's tournament teams, only eight remain. We recap how they cleared the last two hurdles on the road to San Antonio. (photo: Kevin Colion)
November 18, 2011 Men's Sectional Previews: Atlantic Check out our preview of the Atlantic Sectional hosted by Amherst as well as the previews of the other sectionals.
November 18, 2011 Men's Sectional Previews: Northeast Check out our preview of the Northeast Sectional hosted by St. Lawrence as well as the other three sectional previews.
November 17, 2011 Men's Sectional Previews: North Central Check out our preview of the North Central Sectional hosted by Ohio Wesleyan. Previews of the other three sectionals are on their way.
November 17, 2011 Men's Sectional Previews: Transcontinental Check out our preview of the Transcontinental Sectional hosted by Redlands. Previews of the two sectionals that start Saturday are on their way.
November 14, 2011 Hellooooo Neumann! So what's the bigger story here? That Messiah lost? That Messiah lost to the likes of Neumann? Or that Neumann defeated a team such as Messiah? It's a fair question. (photo: Messiah Sports Information)
November 13, 2011 A Super Saturday to like and dislike I love this time of year. I love NCAA tournament action. I liked following the results roll in yesterday. But not all was to my liking yesterday.
November 6, 2011 At-large berth analysis and predictions Who's in the running for the 19 Pool C and 1 Pool B at-large berths to the men's NCAA tournament? Who will be dancing and whose season will end?
November 4, 2011 So what's this talk about AQ's, Pool B and Pool C? Terminology which may not be understood by new fans is explained; the tournament field composition is broken down for old fans and new alike.
November 2, 2011 NCAA releases final weekly regional rankings The new regional rankings are out. See how the men's and women's committees see the teams stacking up as we approach selection Sunday.
October 24, 2011 Week 8 Flyby Distractions NCAA Regional Rankings, winning streaks, and regular season titles being clinched were enough to distract our “eye-in-the-sky” from completing his routes. What were the attention-grabbers? Have a look and see!
October 22, 2011 Martin wins his 600th game With their 5-1 win over Denison this afternoon, the Bishops of Ohio Wesleyan handed Jay Martin his 600th win. Martin becomes only the second college soccer coach in history to win 600 matches.
October 19, 2011 NCAA Regional Rankings (aka 'The Rankings that Matter') The low-down on the NCAA Regional Rankings to be released on Wednesday: how they work, why they matter.
October 19, 2011 A SUNYAC Tale: The Times They are a Changing The men's SUNYAC has something old and something new this season. Here is our snapshot of the league.
October 17, 2011 Week 7 Flybys, Conference Edition Quick snapshots of many of the conference races that are heating up across the country. (Photo by James P. McCoy)
October 14, 2011 Midseason stars and surprises A midseason look at some of the leading All-American candidates and the biggest surprises of the first half.
October 10, 2011 Showdown in Geneva One of the more anticipated matches of October featured No. 4 St. Lawrence facing No. 9 Hobart in an East region showdown.
October 8, 2011 Week 6 Flybys, weekend edition Snapshots of the D-III soccer landscape as we flyby countless matches, high-profile and off-the-beaten path alike, on a quick transcontinental trip.
October 6, 2011 Week 6 Flybys, midweek edition Snapshots of the D-III soccer landscape as we flyby countless matches, high-profile and off-the-beaten path alike, on a quick transcontinental trip.
October 1, 2011 Week 5 Flybys, weekend edition Snapshots of the D-III soccer landscape as we flyby countless matches, high-profile and off-the-beaten path alike, on a quick transcontinental trip. NOW UPDATED WITH SUNDAY RESULTS.
September 29, 2011 Week 5 Flybys, midweek edition Snapshots of the D-III soccer landscape as we flyby countless matches, high-profile and off-the-beaten path alike, on a quick transcontinental trip.
September 29, 2011 Back from a world away Jae Heo has returned to the Amherst men's soccer team after serving his obligatory stint in the South Korean military, and he's glad to be back.
September 26, 2011 Did you know? ...who has already doubled their win total from last year? ...which school has posted the most shutouts in the first four weeks? ...who remains undefeated entering week five? many Pool B berths are up for grabs this year? This and
September 19, 2011 Who's top dog after 3 weeks? Will we have a new No. 1? Who has made the best case so far? For whom will the voters opt?
September 16, 2011 Langley signs MLS contract By signing with the Philadelphia Union, Morgan Langley becomes the first Swarthmore alum to play in any top American pro league since 1971.
September 10, 2011 Friday Notes, Weekend Questions How good is North Park? Could it get worse for UW-Whitewater? Is the #1 ranking up for grabs, and did the top contenders slip-up Friday night?
September 5, 2011 Labor Day weekend: a milestone and some twists The season started well with Wash U's Jim Conlon grabbing his 250th victory, and more than a few surprises coast to coast.
September 2, 2011 Off with a bang! Mouth-watering match-ups and games to keep an eye on this opening weekend.
September 1, 2011 Preseason perspectives How do you evaluate teams before a ball has been kicked? Is Christopher Newport better than Messiah? Who was overlooked in the Top 25?
September 1, 2011 After 17 years, trailblazer calls it a day One man changed the D-III soccer cyber-landscape forever. He calls it quits, but his legacy lives on.
August 24, 2011 Turning it around: A coaching primer The women's program at Otterbein wasn't always this good. How did the Cardinals finally take flight? More inside.
July 7, 2011 Ramapo names new women's coach The Roadrunners will take the field for the 2011 season under Matt Higgins, the fifth women's soccer coach in school history.
July 5, 2011 Roger Williams building A new field and a new women's soccer coach could lead to a new look for the Hawks in 2011.
April 16, 2011 New coaches at UW-Platteville New head coaches for UW-Platteville should make the 2011 season an exciting one for the Pioneers.
April 15, 2011 Willamette hires former D-I player Willamette has hired former Oregon State player Lloyd Fobi as the head men's soccer coach. He had been coaching in the area.
April 12, 2011 Brockport goalie signs with Rochester Rhinos Joe Marino posted nine consecutive shutouts this past season as a senior and has signed his first professional soccer contract.
April 8, 2011 Bates splits soccer, basketball jobs Jim Murphy had been pulling double duty as women's soccer and women's basketball coach, but soccer will now get its own coach.
February 25, 2011 Ramirez named Eureka women’s soccer coach Robin Ramirez has been chosen as Eureka's new women’s soccer head coach after nearly a decade of soccer coaching experience and comes to Eureka after spending 2010 as an assistant to the men’s soccer staff at Division I Manhattan.
February 8, 2011 Carr in Red Bulls' camp Stevens senior goalkeeper Zach Carr was invited to the New York Red Bulls' training camp in Riviera Maya, Mexico and will be facing shots from the likes of Thierry Henry and Rafael Marquez.
January 19, 2011 Pins named Wartburg women's soccer coach Alumna returns home after coaching at Denison.
December 4, 2010 Messiah takes the title in overtime After a controversial goal in the final minutes to tie, Messiah's Geoff Pezon scored in overtime to defeat Lynchburg 2-1.
December 4, 2010 Hardin-Simmons women are national champs! The Cowgirls have won their first ever national championship with their 2-1 defeat of Messiah.
December 3, 2010 Saturday: Messiah and Hardin-Simmons face off for the title No. 1 Messiah cruised past No. 10 William Smith, while No. 2 Hardin-Simmons needed PKs to get by No. 3 Otterbein.
December 3, 2010 Lynchburg wins in OT; No. 1 Messiah over Oshkosh Lynchburg continues its surprise run with a late goal and one in overtime.
December 2, 2010 A look back: 1980 Men's Soccer Final Four What were you doing 30 years ago? Babson, Washington U. and others were busy playing in the postseason tournament.
November 27, 2010 Men's Final Four team previews Want to know more about the programs in the men's Final Four? Here is all you need to know, and more.
November 21, 2010 Sunday: Lynchburg does it again! William Smith coach Aliceann Wilber wins her NCAA best No. 423. And more inside on Lynchburg's upsets in Sunday's action.
November 20, 2010 Will Messiah get it done? It is another national title they're after, and the Falcons are determined. Can they get by Merchant Marine?
November 19, 2010 Breaking down the men's NCAA sectionals Here are all four sectional breakdowns of the men's NCAA quarterfinals. Statistics, results, and write-ups on the lucky 16.
November 16, 2010 NESCAC Tourney? Babson doesn't think so Bowdoin is hosting one of the four men's quarterfinals on Saturday, and it sure feels like the NESCAC tourney. But don't tell that to Babson. Quarterfinal preview inside.
November 14, 2010 Sweet 16! Sectionals announced Sunday wrapped up the first two rounds of the NCAA post-season tourney. Messiah needed OT, Medaille shocks with two upsets, and Loras rolls on. More inside.
November 13, 2010 Saturday: Calvin past Dominican in PKs, JHU drops CNU Kenyon already posted their own surprise after a shut out of No. 12 York, but the men's No. 2 and No. 4 teams fall. More inside.
November 11, 2010 Lynchburg over Transy, Montclair to face Messiah First round men's and women's results from Thursday
November 10, 2010 The facts behind the men's NCAA bracket A analysis of the teams in the men's NCAA bracket. Which program has appeared in the most NCAA tournaments? That answer and more inside.
November 7, 2010 The AQs are in! Weekend in review Here is the regular season final weekend in review, in Around the Nation
November 7, 2010 Men's and women's conference tourney results Looking for post-season information? Here are conference AQs, and results from the conference tournaments.
November 3, 2010 Wednesday conference tourney results In men's and women's action on Wednesday, things went as planned. Wednesday results in Around the Nation.
October 27, 2010 Welcome to our new home! got the PrestoSports extreme makeover and it wasn't a moment too soon. It's the new!
October 25, 2010 CNU back to No. 2, Trinity jumps to No. 3 Week eight is now in the books and the latest Top 25 poll is complete. There are no surprises at the top, but with a week full of upsets and draws, there is a new order.
October 23, 2010 Oneonta clinches both SUNYAC titles Saturday marks one of the last weekends in the 2010 regular season; conference tournaments are not far away. We'll review a handful of matches as well as provide some focus on a number of conferences.
October 21, 2010 No. 7 Wheaton women top No. 5 Augie; Stevens men fall The NCAA released their official regional ranking of 2010 on Wednesday, and we have both mens and women's rankings available in our Daily Dose blog, which is on the right side of the front page. Comment or post a question about the rankings and the implications for post-season play.
October 16, 2010 Williams men fall to Bowdoin
October 13, 2010 History, soccer, and a growing rivalry Former Wheaton great, Stephen Rigby's description of the North Park-Wheaton rivalry could not be more defining. Former North Park captain Adam Sinovic attested, "It was the biggest game of the year ... Wheaton was the watermark, and we wanted to win."
October 9, 2010 Rochester takes first loss; Middlebury makes noise On a busy Saturday, conference play was the rule of the day and several matches led to surprising results; Ohio Wesleyan's 24 match undefeated streak in NCAC play was brought to a close, Dominican played to a draw ending their undefeated run, and Messiah needed a goal with just nine minutes to play for yet another tight finish for the Falcons.
October 6, 2010 No. 15 William Smith cruises; No. 21 Lynchburg women to 6-0 in Old Dominion No surprise from undefeated Dominican on Wednesday, as they move to 11-0 with a 3-0 shutout of NAC foe Aurora University. And Salisbury finally gave up a goal in Wednesday's match with Stevenson. Men's match summaries continue below, but you can see more on Wednesday and Friday action, as well as the schedule for the weekend on our scoreboard. Our next update will be on Saturday evening.
October 5, 2010 No. 4 Messiah men defeat No. 15 York for first time in five years HSU women roll to 10-0; No. 5 Otterbein wins again
September 15, 2010 No. 6 Dominican rolls to 5-0
August 30, 2010 ASC men's preview
August 26, 2010 CNU men picked in USA South
A pair of goals On the way to basketball stardom for a startup program at Wells, Ashley Roser became a standout goalie as well. has more.
No. 20 Tufts upsets No. 1 Messiah, No. 3 Oneonta blanks No. 5 Brandeis Messiah misses the Final Four for the first time in three years, and just the second since 2003
Pepe Fernandez gains 300th victory as Maryville's women's coach A season-opening win, 4-1 at Tennessee Wesleyan, handed Fernandez the milestone win as a women's coach. It's his 25th year leading both men's and women's programs at Maryville and he already passed the 300-win mark as a men's coach in 2013. Fernandez ranks 13th among active Division III women's coaches and 19th all-time. His career totals, all coming at Maryville, stand at 300-124-32 (.693) for the women and 614-266-65 (.684) overall.
2016 Preseason Conference Polls Who are the favorites to win each conference? We make it easy to keep up on all the conferences' preseason polls. Check out our list of the favorites and links to the polls. [UPDATED August 30, 2016]
Wednesday, Nov. 20: All times Eastern
3:00 PM
Maranatha Baptist at Randall
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5:00 PM
Lancaster Bible at Roberts Wesleyan
3:00 PM
Judson at Greenville
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Thursday, Nov. 21: All times Eastern
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Maranatha Baptist at Pensacola Christian
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Friday, Nov. 22: All times Eastern
2:00 PM
Luther at Ohio Wesleyan
4:30 PM
Calvin at North Park
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2:00 PM
St. Thomas at Wheaton (Ill.)
4:30 PM
Carnegie Mellon at Ohio Northern
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Saturday, Nov. 23: All times Eastern
Maranatha Baptist at TBD
11:00 AM
Centre at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
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11:00 AM
Rowan at Amherst
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1:00 PM
Connecticut College at Swarthmore
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1:30 PM
Montclair State at Kenyon
1:30 PM
RPI at Messiah
3:30 PM
Tufts at Washington and Lee
5:00 PM
Kean at Stevenson
Muhlenberg at Springfield
11:00 AM
William Paterson at McDaniel
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11:00 AM
Trinity (Texas) at Messiah
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11:00 AM
Stevens at William Smith
12:00 PM
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at Washington U.
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1:30 PM
Tufts at Williams
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1:30 PM
Dickinson at Johns Hopkins
2:30 PM
Chicago at Pomona-Pitzer
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Sunday, Nov. 24: All times Eastern
1:00 PM
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at Kenyon/Montclair St. (if CMS advances)
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Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at Pomona-Pitzer/Chicago (if CMS advances)
No contests today.
No contests today.