• Saturday Top 25 roundup
    April 06, 2019
    Ninth inning magic kept No. 23 Denison in the top five nationally in wins and winning percentage. In Top 25 clashes, Christopher Newport passed a test with Salisbury and Wheaton (Mass.) reverse the tables on Babson, taking two on the day from the Beavers.
  • Babson extends win streak Friday
    April 05, 2019
    Babson extended their program record and 2019 D-III best win streak to 16 games with a 5-2 win over No. 25 Wheaton (Mass.).
  • Catholic ends spring trip undefeated
    March 13, 2019
    Catholic needed come-back magic to stay undefeated on their spring trip and extend their wining string to seven games.Wheaton (Mass.) and Ithaca used their bats to get wins while it was pitching that propelled RPI to a Wednesday win.
  • Colby names Notre Dame assistant Woods as new head coach
    July 31, 2018
    A Notre Dame coach has been named the next head coach at Colby, College officials announced today. Jesse Woods has coached at the NCAA Division I and III levels, first as an assistant at Wheaton (Mass) and Boston College and recently at Notre Dame.
  • New England Regional Preview
    February 13, 2018
    After New England teams were shut out of the D-III College World Series in back-to-back years, the 2017 season was twice as nice as a pair of programs were among the nation’s final eight. UMass Boston and Wheaton are two of the top teams in what looks like another strong regional race.
  • Beacons tame Lyons to stay alive
    May 27, 2017
    Mass-Boston ended a five-game losing streak to Wheaton (Mass.) and advanced in the D-III College World Series with a hard-fought 3-2 win over the Lyons.
  • Who's armed for the World Series?
    May 24, 2017
    You can't over-emphasize the role pitching will play in the Division III World Series. Even if the wind is blowing out and runs pile up on the scoreboard, a quality, rested hurler late in the game or late in the Series could be huge. Here's where all the key pitchers stand entering Appleton.
  • D3baseball.com World Series preview
    May 23, 2017
    Who is the favorite? Who is most likely to disappoint? Who are the dark horse and Cinderella teams in the 2017 Division III World Series? Get Jim Dixon's take.
  • Cairn walks off after offensive punchout for sweep
    April 11, 2017
    Cairn's offense overwhelmed St. Joesph's (Brooklyn) and then they walked off for the sweep in game two. Wheaton (Mass.), Springfield, and Castleton all joined Cairn in putting up double digits runs on their way to Tuesday wins.
  • New England Regional Preview
    February 11, 2017
    The New England Region ended 2017 on a sour note as no one advanced to the World Series for a second straight year. Perhaps the third year’s a charm for breaking that drought?
  • New England Regional Preview
    February 11, 2017
    The New England Region ended 2017 on a sour note as no one advanced to the World Series for a second straight year. Perhaps the third year’s a charm for breaking that drought?
  • 2016 Willimantic Regional preview
    May 16, 2016
    To say the least, conference championship results shook things up quite a bit in New England. Southern Maine played itself out of NCAAs after going 0-2 in the Little East Conference Tournament, leaving the door open for Wheaton to take over the top seed....
  • Wheaton headed to NCAA postseason
    May 07, 2016
    Led by strong pitching performances from Michael Bruemmel and Brady Furdon, Wheaton (Mass.) won its 14th NEWMAC Tourney title in 18 seasons. The Lyons defeated Babson 1-0 in the opening contest, before winning the second game of the day 5-1.
  • Occidental piles up wins
    May 01, 2016
    Occidental is one win from a SCAIAC title with a walk-off win over Whittier. In the NEWMAC, upsets were the rule as the top two seeds fell to Wheaton (Mass.) and Babson.
  • Offense Thursday
    March 31, 2016
    One was the loneliest number as teams brought out the sticks, saved their aces for weekend games to win by multiple runs on Thursday. Wheaton (Mass.) won a slugfest while others like Haverford found victory was one-sided.
  • Bernardini to head Eagles
    November 13, 2015
    Daniel Webster officials has announced the appointment of former Wheaton (Mass.) standout Louie Bernardini as Head Coach of the College's baseball program.
  • Carlson returns home to head Brandeis program
    August 28, 2015
    Brandeis has named Derek Carlson as the ninth head coach in school history, Carlson succeeds Pete Varney, who retired from the dugout this spring after 34 years and more than 700 wins.
  • Conference races tighten up
    April 17, 2015
    Texas-Tyler needed 16 innings but they made ground on Concordia (Texas) in the ASC race. MIT moved to a half game of NEWMAC leader Wheaton with a win over the Lyons and In the SAA, Rhodes got closer to the top, dropping Millsaps.
  • Drama on the diamond
    March 30, 2015
    Castleton State, Franklin and Wheaton (Mass.) got walk-off hits to secure wins on Tuesday. Top 25 teams Frostburg State and Kean avoided drama with easy wins
  • Parker to lead Fitchburg State
    August 27, 2014
    Ryan Parker takes over the reins as the head baseball coach at Fitchburg State after serving the past eight season as the pitching coach for Wheaton College.
  • Washington (Mo.) takes down Gorloks
    April 28, 2014
    On Monday, Washington upset No. 2 Webster, snapping their D-III win streak. In New England, Wheaton (Mass.) will meet MIT for the NEWMAC title and Bridgewater State swept into the MASCAC playoffs.
  • Cougars roll, Grant sets mark on Sunday
    April 27, 2014
    On Sunday Concordia-Chicago won their 27th game in 28 tries to move their league leading winning percentage to .909. Elsewhere Ryan Grant's 45th career save gives him the D-III record.
  • Pitching and hitting on display Friday
    April 04, 2014
    A light schedule on Friday saw plenty of games from Wheaton's pitching gem to the offensive explosion by Farmingdale State, MIT and Centenary.
  • Shutout Friday
    March 28, 2014
    Mississippi College's Fortenberry earned the Choctaw's first complete game shutout of the season on a day where Keystone Luther, Mt. St. Vincent, Wesley, and Wheaton (Mass.) all spun shutouts of their own.
  • Teams get upsets on Thursday
    March 27, 2014
    Thursday saw Allegheny and Washington and Jefferson take down ranked opponents, Salem State got into the act with a 4-3 win over No. 24 Wheaton (Mass.).
  • Southern Maine topples Red Dragons Friday
    March 14, 2014
    Southern Maine toppled Cortland and Marietta took down Wheaton (Mass.) in games involving Top 25 teams on Friday. UW-Stevens Point opened their season with a doubleheader sweep.
  • Top 10 teams meet in marquee matchups
    March 13, 2014
    Thursday saw several Top 10 matchups. Cortland State and Webster used late rallies to unseat Wheaton (Mass.) and Marietta.
  • Hampden-Sydney makes statement
    March 12, 2014
    Hampden-Sydney makes bid for a Top 25 ranking, defeating Birmingham-Southern on Wednesday. Elsewhere in the Top 25, Wheaton (Mass.) continued their quick start.
  • Webster starts strong
    March 08, 2014
    No. 8 Webster and No. 17 Wheaton (Mass.) were winners on a day most of the Top 25 teams were scheduled to play. In the South region, No. 10 Salisbury took Frostburg State from the ranks of the unbeaten.
  • New England Regional Preview
    February 05, 2014
    For the second consecutive year, the New England champion came up a game short in the national championship game and the regional winner should contend again for the national championship trophy.
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