NCAA D-III Presidents Council Cancels Fall Sports Championships

By Matt Noonan 

There will be no fall sports championships for any NCAA D-III member for the upcoming academic year.  

In a statement posted (and seen) on the NCAA D-III Twitter handle earlier today, the President’s Council officially put an end to any thought or hope of fall championships due to the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic

NCAA D-III Reduces Number Of Games Required For Championship Selection

By Matt Noonan

The upcoming NCAA D-III sports season will look a bit different than usual due to the ongoing pandemic, which brought an end to multiple winter championships in March, along with numerous spring sports seasons. 

Yesterday the Division III Administrative Committee approved the recommendation from the Division III Membership and Championships Committee to allow its various members to compete in fewer contests than usual this upcoming school year – 33 percent less than normal, to be exact – so they can be eligible to contend for a national title. 

D3 Basketball: Women’s Top 10 Poll (Monday, March 17th, 2020)

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeNation

TheTufts University women’s basketball team secured the top spot in our final New England D-III Top 10 Poll with an impressive 28-1 record, including a perfect 10-0 regular-season mark against New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) foes. 

Bowdoin College and Amherst College secured the second and third positions, respectively, while Eastern Connecticut checked-in fourth for the second time this month. The Warriors captured the Little East Conference (LEC) tournament title this season and came close to advancing to the third round of the NCAA D-III Tournament. 

D3 Basketball: Women’s Top 10 Poll (Monday, March 2nd, 2020)

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeNation

Heading into the first weekend of the 2020 NCAA D-III Tournament, the Tufts University women’s basketball team remained our top squad in our weekly New England Top 10 Poll despite falling to second-ranked Bowdoin College in yesterday’s New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Championship.