The 2022 D3hoops.com All-America team is our 25th annual national awards, selected by D3hoops.com staff from nominees for D3hoops.com All-Region. Player of the Year: Buzz Anthony, G, Randolph-MaconRookie of the Year: John Adams, F, WPICoach of the Year: Josh Merkel, Randolph-Macon First team G Buzz Anthony Randolph-Macon Sr. Arnold, Md. G Jack Davidson Wabash Sr. […]
Watch the 2022 Division III College All-Star Game!
Team Dafler fought off Team Edwards behind 20 points from Bobby Hawkinson and 18 from Jordan Johnson and Marcus Azor to win the 2022 Division III College All-Star Game, 134-131.
Raridon leaves North Central – D3hoops
d3photography.com photo file Hastings College athletic cirector BJ Pumroy announced today that Todd Raridon, a 1980 graduate of the college, will return to Hastings as the head men’s basketball coach after spending the past 18 years at North Central (Ill.). “Having the opportunity to hire a highly respected veteran coach with ties to the campus […]
Hoopsville: Season Finale – D3hoops
Audio podcast version, from SoundCloud: The 2021-22 season has come to a close, but it isn’t over until we put a bow on the season on Hoopsville. It might have been three years since we last crowned Division III basketball champions, but the wait was well worth it. Hope and Randolph-Macon seemed to be appropriate […]
Egner announces retirement – D3hoops
Photo by Doug Sasse, d3photography.com Shirley Egner, the winningest coach in UW-Stevens Point and WIAC women’s basketball history announced her retirement from coaching on April 6. The Pointers’ head coach for the last 33 seasons, Egner accumulated a 572-292 record at UWSP, including winning the second national championship in program history in 2002. “I am […]
Sarah Lee takes new role at Denison
Photo by Jace Delgado, JRD photography After 503 wins in women’s basketball and 386 more in volleyball, Sarah Lee is stepping away from the sidelines and into a new role at Denison University. Denison’s Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics Nan Carney-DeBord announced that Lee had been promoted to Senior Associate Director of Athletics, […]
Use of N-word leads to Bunkenburg’s ouster at Benedictine
Photo by Ryan Coleman, d3photography.com Following reports in the campus newspaper that he used the N-word to a player on the men’s basketball team during an open gym this week, Benedictine University has removed Keith Bunkenburg’s name from the school’s athletics website and has named an interim coach in his place. The reports, published by […]