D3 Hoops: 10 Games To Watch In Round Two Of The 2019 NCAA D3 Tournament

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By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @Noontime_Hoops

Welcome to day number two of the 2019 NCAA Division III men and women’s basketball tournaments!

Let’s get you all set for another busy day of games, which will tip-off later this afternoon and evening.

As always, make sure to stay connected with @Noontime_Hoops on Twitter for scores, news and more.  


Haverford College vs. Tufts University (WBB) @ 5 p.m.: The Fords rolled the Ravens in round one, but today’s match-up with the Jumbos will be a tougher challenge for the Red and White. Tufts clicked into gear in the second half of last night’s game to beat Western New England for a round one victory. PREDICTION: Tufts University 

Emmanuel College vs. SUNY New Paltz (WBB) @ 6 p.m.: After guiding his team to a GNAC championship last week, coach Andy Yosinoff worked his magic again last night, leading his Saints to an opening round win over Hartwick. Look for the tenured coach to continue to find a way to lead his team to another victory this evening. PREDICTION: Emmanuel College 

Amherst College vs. SUNY Geneseo (WBB) @ 6 p.m.: This has the chance to be a very close game from the start, but the Mammoths should pull away in the second half to secure a spot in next week’s third round. PREDICTION: Amherst College 

Bowdoin College vs. Smith College (WBB) @ 7 p.m.: This is a VERY enticing match-up – we are excited to tune in! Smith could pull the upset here, but slowing down Maddie Hasson and the Polar Bears may be a tall task for this Pioneers squad, which topped Merchant Marine in round one. PREDICTION: Bowdoin College 

DeSales vs. Middlebury College (WBB) @ 7 p.m.: The Panthers advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1996. They scored a solid opening round win over John Carroll and should find their way once again into the win column tonight with a victory over DeSales. PREDICTION: Middlebury College 

Nichols College vs. Rowan University (MBB) @ 7 p.m.: We picked against the Bison when they faced Western New England last week. And we were wrong. Nichols rallied to beat WNE before beating Gordon College and Middlebury College in back-to-back games. The Bison should once again find a way to top Rowan on the road this evening to secure a spot in next week’s third round. PREDICTION: Nichols College 

MIT vs. Swarthmore College (MBB) @ 7 p.m.: The Engineers are one of a few New England teams that are equipped for a deep postseason run. They scored an impressive opening round win last night against Skidmore and should find a way past Swarthmore this evening. PREDICTION: MIT 

Amherst College vs. Rochester (MBB) @ 7 p.m.: The Mammoths cruised to an opening-round win last night, defeating Rosemont, 84-53. Amherst should find a way past the Yellow Jackets this evening, but it won’t be easy. Rochester’s Ryan Clamage will be a player to watch in this match-up. PREDICTION: Amherst College 

Hamilton College vs. Moravian College (MBB) @ 7 p.m.: The Continentals edged Penn State-Behrend last night to secure a date with Moravian. The Greyhounds have won four straight, including an opening round win over Keene State last night, and should find a way to top the Continentals on the road. PREDICTION: Moravian College 

Gwynedd Mercy University vs. Williams College (MBB) @ 7 p.m.: The Ephs topped the Eagles of Husson University last night by netting 86 points. When the Purple and Yellow score 80 points or more, they normally win, so Williams must net that amount again this evening to beat the Griffins in Williamstown. PREDICTION: Williams College 

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