ATN: Maine attraction brings Phelps back

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When Megan Phelps was a high school basketball player in Bar Harbor, Maine, she planned on going to college about as far from home as she could get. But a family connection with Bowdoin’s head women’s basketball coach ultimately kept Phelps in Maine where she played for the Polar Bears from 2011 to 2015. As […]

Eph alum to lead NBA’s Jazz

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Hardy was the lead assistant for the Boston Celtics during the recently concluded NBA season.Photo by Jim Davis, Boston Globe staff The Utah Jazz named Williams College alum and former Eph hoopster Will Hardy as their new head coach on Tuesday. He is the sixth Division III alum who is currently a head coach in […]

Salve Regina moving to the NEWMAC

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Salve Regina athletics photo The New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference is thrilled to welcome Salve Regina as its newest member institution following unanimous support from the NEWMAC Presidents Council. Salve Regina will become the conference’s 12th core member effective July 1, 2023 and will begin participating in conference play during the 2023-2024 academic […]

Former assistant and alumna returns to Bowdoin

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Photo by Brian Beard, GoUBearsPhoto Megan Phelps, who played under and coached with former Bowdoin head coach Adrienne Shibles, has returned to Brunswick to become the Polar Bears’ next head women’s basketball coach. The College announced the hiring via press release on May 16. “I am thrilled to welcome Megan Phelps back to Bowdoin as […]

Bad news: Randolph-Macon is not going anywhere

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Miles Mallory blocked three shots, but it was a team effort defensively as Randolph-Macon held Elmhurst to 27% shooting and 13% from 3-point range.Photo by Steve Frommell, d3photography.com By Ryan ScottD3hoops.com FORT WAYNE, Indiana – The national championship is a culmination, but it’s not the end. Buzz Anthony is the D3hoops.com Player of the Year. […]

Hope championship brings closure – D3hoops

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After a three-year journey, Hope celebrates winning the NCAA Division III women’s basketball national championship. Photo by Dan Hunter, d3photography.com By Gordon MannD3sports.com The best Division III basketball seasons are like a good movie. You meet the characters in the first few weeks when the preseason Top 25 and All-Americans announced. The storyline is established […]

Jackets make sure there was no upset

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Randolph-Macon won it all, with authority.Photo by Doug Sasse, d3photography.com By Riley ZayasManaging Editor, True to the Cru FORT WAYNE, Indiana – March is known as the time of upsets. The point in the year when 64 teams all enter a three-week tournament with a chance to win it all. The favorite entering a matchup […]

2022 Division III men’s head coaching changes

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School LastCoach Replacedby Last position Notes Alma Ryan Clark TBD Aurora Matt Airy Steve Christiansen Assistant at D1 Northern Illinois Christiansen won 400 games and a national championship as a head coach at the junior college level. Benedictine Keith Bunkenburg TBD Berry Trevor Lydic Mitch Hedgepath Staff at Division IBelmont University Hedgepath returns to the […]

2022 D3hoops.com women’s All-Americans – D3hoops

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The 2022 D3hoops.com All-America team is our 25th annual national awards. These are chosen by D3hoops.com staff in consultation with All-Region voting results from players nominated for All-Region. Player of the Year: Kennedy Schoonveld, G, HopeRookie of the Year: Belle Pellecchia, G, New York U.Coach of the Year: GP Gromacki, Amherst First team Pos. Player […]

2022 Division III women’s head coaching changes

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Tamika Williams-Jeter is headed back to Division I for the head job at Dayton after winning the NCAC title with nearby Wittenberg. Wittenburg University photo file This is where we now track all the changes in Division III head women’s basketball coaching positions that occur from the end of the 2021-22 season to the start […]