Pointers go wire-to wire in winUW-Stevens Point led wire-to-wire in a Saturday win over Westfield State on Saturday. Amherst did the same as did Rutgers-Newark.
Adrian, Covenant get upset winsEmory was treated poorly by host Covenant as the Scots swept the top ranked Eagles on Saturday. The Wooster Scots did not have the same luck as their win streak was halted by Adrian.
Brown no hits AuroraSt. Marys (Minn.) journeyed to Chicago and took home a win as RJ Brown pitched a seven inning no-hitter for a 10-0 victory. Brown allowed just two runners on a HBP and an error.
Lauterhahn earns 200th career victory with PioneersHead coach Mike Lauterhahn picked up his 200th career victory as the William Paterson baseball team (6-5-1) earned an 11-5 win against Rensselaer (5-9) March 17 at the RussMatt Central Florida Invitational.
Centenary win streak hits ten gamesCentenary won their tenth straight game with a 10-6 win over Schreiner They go for their fourth series sweep on Saturday. Elsewhere Marietta knocked off another ranked team and Kean dealt Alvernia their first loss of the season.
Southwestern's Rice no hits BlackburnJeremy Rice faced one batter over the minimum and fired a nine-inning no-hitter, leading Southwestern to a 21-0 victory over Blackburn in Friday night's series opener at Rockwell Field.
NCWBA honors Wenger and MaybachDelaware Valley senior Kyle Wenger and Salve Regina freshman Peter Maybach were named Division III National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Hitter and Pitcher of the Week for the period of March 6-12.
Vassar steals a win on WednesdayBrockport grabbed their third win in four games on Wednesday but it was another New York Region team that pulled off a rare feat. Vassar's triple steal scored the winning run to defeat Cairn 6-5. In Binmingham, No 1 Emory dominated at No. 4 Birmingham-Southern.
Weather wins on TuesdayRain in the northwest, snow on the eastern seaboard, and precipitation in between have a quarter of the schedule games postponed to a sunnier day. Those who are still on their spring break trips got their chance to add to their win totals on Tuesday.
Augustana debut in twentieth spotAugustana debuts at twentieth in the third regular season Top 25 in a shakeup at the bottom of the poll. Emory remains the top ranked team followed by Cortland and Shenandoah.
D3baseball.com Team of the WeekNew England teams dominated the fifth edition of our weekly honor role as they secured six of fourteen spots on this weeks D3baseball.com Team of the Week.
Marietta's fortunes improve on MondayMarietta halted a short losing streak with a win over Webster but UW-La Crosse went the other way. After two wins against Top 25 opponents, the Loggers fell to unranked William Paterson on Mnday
Simeone nets 400th win as Springfield coachSpringfield picked up its first win of the 2017 campaign with a 5-2 victory over Olivet Monday morning. Head coach Mark Simeone, in his 21st season in the dugout for Springfield, reached the 400-win milestone with the victory.
Scranton, MCLA finds success in the sunshineScranton's bats exploded for a 17-9 win over Gallaudet , their highest run total of the season. Nobody dominated the final inning on Sunday like MCLA. The Trailblazers scored 14 of their 17 runs in the last inning for their first two wins of the season.
Dangerous day for top teamsEmory escaped with walk-off magic but the story was different for seven other Top 25 teams. Endicott, Spalding, Susquehanna and ECSU were part of a parade of upsets on the diamond this Sunday.
Centenary offense too much for AustinCentenary (La.) finished a three game sweep of Austin, outscoring the Roos 33-6 on Saturday. Emerson also earned two notches in the win column, dispatching Wentworth in their two game set.
Saturday Top 25 roundupEmory and Cortland registered early wins on Saturday as three fifth of the Top 25took the field today. Suffolk made a statement with their second win in as many days against a Top 10 team, defeating Ramapo in the Roadrunners' season opener.
Ursinus takes winning streak homeUrsinus is just one team that has finished their spring trip and is headed back home to finish up their non-conference schedule at home St. John's also heads home with a win while Juniata had to settle for a split with King's on their final day of competition in Florida.
Ranked team dominate on ThursdayIt was a clean sweep for ranked teams on Thursday as a group they finished the day 13-0. UWW is the last of the top 10 teams to see action and did not disappoint with two wins against regional powerhouse St. Thomas.
Harjula wins 100th with two wins on WednesdayLasell saw four different players hit home runs and head coach Greg Harjula earned his 100th career win in a twinbill sweep against Worcester State Wednesday afternoon at New England Baseball Complex.
Buerkle and Wetmore earn initial honorsSt. Mary’s (Minn.) Ben Buerkle and Western New England’s Paul Wetmore were tabbed the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association Division III Hitter and Pitcher of the Week for the period of Feb. 27-March 5.
Winning by the numbersYou never know if you're going to win with one or 30 when you take the field, Our daily recap looks at the winners on Wednesday with increasing run totals from Lebanon Valley's 1-0 victory to Alvernia's 30-3 win over Rivier.
Wenger cycles for Delaware ValleyDelaware Valley senior centerfielder Kyle Wenger hit for the cycle as he went 4-for-4 with two runs scored and two runs batted in to lead the Aggies to a 3-2 victory over Bridgewater State.
Smith claims #200 as Benedictine gets first winAdam Smith, second year head baseball coach at Benedictine, claimed his 200th career win as Benedictine dispatched Webster 14-3 in seven innings on Monday for the first victory of the 2017 season.
Smith reached the milestone in just over six full seasons
Zach brothers combine on no hitter for KnightsZach Cooney and Zach Youngberg combined for a no-hitter in the Neumann Knights home opener with a 6-1 win over Salisbury. Cooney threw the first seven and Youngberg finished with two scoreless innings.
Mules and Cougars score double digits in winsMuhlenberg earned their second straight win, with a 13-8 victory over Catholic in Myrtle Beach S.C. Further south in Florida, it was Concordia-Chicago coming out ahead of St, John Fisher in a game between teams in this weeks Top 25.
Roanoke joins Top 25Roanoke is just one of four teams new to the Top 25 this week. Joining the Maroons are Johns Hopkins, Baldwin Wallace, and Pacific Lutheran. Emory is the top ranked team for the second straight week.
D3baseball.com Team of the WeekDanny Weis, Loras, Ben Buerkle, St. Mary's Minn.) and Ben Kelleher, Bridgewater State for the outfield in the fourth edition of the D3baseball.com Team of the Week.
Clark finds a way, Lions get first winClark and New England College played even until the 13th inning until the Cougars settled the issue five hours after first pitch. Down the road in Florida, the Behrend Lions manufactured a run to get into the win column for the first time.
President make walking off a habitWashington and Jefferson needed another late game hit to stay undefeated in 2017 with a sweep of their series with Case Western. In Baltimore, Johns Hopkins walked away with to wins No. 2 Cortland and No. 4 Keystone.
Wetmore opens WNE season with no-noSophomore right-hander Paul Wetmore recorded Western New England's first no-hitter since 2013 as the Golden Bears opened their 2017 campaign with a doubleheader split against SUNY Old Westbury today at the Baseball Heaven Complex.
La Verne's Arcos no-hits rivalChristopher Arcos fired a seven-inning no-hitter as La Verne routed Claremont-Mudd-Scripps for a 10-0 win in the second game of a doubleheader at Ben Hines Field on Saturday afternoon. The Leopards beat the Stags 5-3 in the first game.
Hesse opens season with milestone winPaul Hesse won his 400th game as head baseball coach at Mount Union in an 10-8 extra inning win in game one of a two-game sweep of SUNY-Polytechnic in the 2017 season opener Saturday at Lake Myrtle Park in Auburndale, Fla.
Millsaps ends Emory win streakA full slate of games were on tap on Saturday but no win was bigger than Millsaps upset of topped ranked Emory. Keystone, Randolph-Macon, La Grange and Texas Dallas joined the Emory Eagles as ranked teams taking a loss on the day.
BSC sweep gives Weisberg 300th winNo. 3 Birmingham-Southern gave Head Coach Jan Weisberg his 300th win at BSC with their two-game sweep Saturday, making him the fastest coach in program history to hit the mark. The Panthers defeated UW-Oshkosh 6-3 and then took down Transylvania 6-2 in the nightcap.
SCIAC swings back into actionOccidental rolled to a win and Whittier walked off in SCIAC games as the conference scheduled resumed on Friday. Elsewhere, Luke Harvey became the Covenant steals leader and St Mary's (Minn.) Ben Buerkle got his 200th career hit.
Coach Scappa gets 100th win, Spartans hit 1000 victoriesYork (Pa.) closed out their 2017 spring trip with a historic day as the Green and White defeated John Jay 17-3 in the opener as the victory was the 1,000 win in program history. It also marked the 100th win for head coach Mike Scappa.
Cairn duo pitches shortened no-hitterA Cairn sweep of Valley Forge was highlighted by a no-hitter in game two. Eric Stinglen and Matthew Meyers combined for a five-inning, darkness shortened no-hitter in a 13-0 victory.