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Football Welcomes Concordia for Homecoming Saturday

SAINT PETER, Minn. – Fresh off its bye week, the Gustavus football team is set to host Concordia at 1 p.m. Saturday on Homecoming. The Gusties enter the MIAC opener 2-0 while the Cobbers are 1-1. WATCH LIVE/LIVE STATS | LISTEN LIVE (AM 860 KNUJ, Tom Wheeler) The Series. Saturday’s...
SAINT PETER, MN
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Times Union

Union, RPI football take unbeaten records into Saturday's games

The Union College football team started the season with two blowout wins, followed by a tense victory. RPI pulled out two last-minute triumphs, then enjoyed a relatively comfortable win. Taking different paths to 3-0, the Dutchmen and Engineers will try to remain unbeaten on Saturday as they finish nonleague play...
TOWN OF UNION, NY
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swimswam.com

Divisional Restructuring Among Issues Raised In NCAA Constitution Survey

The NCAA held an online survey to get feedback prior to its special constitutional convention in November. Stock photo via Jack Spitser/Spitser Photography. In the lead-up to the NCAA’s special constitutional convention in November, the organization sought out feedback from a group of experts across college athletics in order to identify how the NCAA constitution should be transformed to best meet the needs of its athletes.
COLLEGE SPORTS
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Morning Sun

Unbeaten Scots hit the road, take on Martin Luther Saturday

Turnover-margin is a hugely-important statistic that you want to stay on the positive side of. To date that’s exactly what the Alma College football team has done thus far in 2021. Through the opening three games the Scots have recorded 17 takeaways (13 interceptions, 4 fumble recoveries) in their three...
ALMA, MI
carthage.edu

Women's Soccer Program Selected to 2020-21 College Team Academic Award List

KENOSHA, Wis. — The Carthage College women's soccer team has been named to the United Soccer Coaches 2020-21 College Team Academic Award list. The Firebirds are on the list after collecting a team GPA of 3.69 during the 2020-21 academic year and is one of 382 programs across Division III that were named to the list.
KENOSHA, WI
Minneapolis Star Tribune

St. Thomas campus revved up for Tommies' first D-I football home game

For the first time in the history of the state, a school other than the University of Minnesota will host a Division I football game on Saturday as St. Thomas welcomes Butler to O'Shaughnessy Stadium in St. Paul for its first Pioneer League game. The Tommies are 1-1 after shimmying...

No. 3 St. Mary’s College Men’s Soccer Nipped by No. 22 Johns Hopkins

BALTIMORE, Md. – In their first game as the third-ranked team in Division III, the St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s soccer team came up a goal shy of remaining unbeaten for a ninth straight contest. No. 22 Johns Hopkins University (4-0-2) used three second-half goals to overcome a 1-0 deficit and hand the Seahawks (8-1-0) […] The post No. 3 St. Mary’s College Men’s Soccer Nipped by No. 22 Johns Hopkins appeared first on The Southern Maryland Chronicle.
BALTIMORE, MD
raynetoday.com

Crowley Ladies split pair of midweek games

After a tough loss to Division I’s No. 6 ranked Lafayette High Tuesday, the Crowley Ladies rebounded with a 3-1 victory over Eunice on Wednesday. The Ladies, who came in at No. 2 in Division III in the most recent power ratings, improved to 9-4 overall with the victory heading into last night’s contest against Cecilia.
CROWLEY, LA
Keene Sentinel

Area Sports Roundup, Sept. 23

PELHAM — The ConVal football team fell to Division III powerhouse and reigning state champions Pelham,. 61-6, Thursday night in Pelham. The game was moved to Thursday because of the impending rain on Friday. Pelham raced out to a 28-0 lead and was up 48-0 by halftime. “We’re banged up...
HIGH SCHOOL
Times-Argus

Roundup: Spaulding shuts out Lyndon, 6-0

BARRE TOWN — Madelyn Hall and Paige Allen scored two goals apiece for the Spaulding girls soccer team during Friday’s 6-0 victory over Lyndon. Hall got things started in the third minute by scoring on an assist by Yvonne Roberge. Hall found the back of the net again in the 15th minute for a 2-0 cushion. Allen scored on a Julia Fewer assist in the 22nd minute before Chloe Mattson set up Ava Guarrielllo in the 31st minute.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, VT