2015 Women's NCAA Tournament coverage

November 15, 2016 Thomas More vacates 2015 national title The Thomas More women’s basketball program received sanctions and probation stemming from violations occurring in 2014, including revoking the program’s 2014-15 Division III women’s basketball national championship.

March 22, 2015 2015 Division III women's basketball NCAA Tournament bracket How Thomas More got there and won it all, plus who was knocked out when from the full field of 64.

March 22, 2015 Perfection worth the wait for Saints Thomas More has been to the NCAA tournament many times and has even entered it undefeated more than once. But this year's Saints squad was different and so were the results. Adam Turer has the story from Grand Rapids, Mich.

March 21, 2015 Much More than enough Thomas More ran through George Fox's press and ran away with the national championship, completing an undefeated season. Hours after being named Player of the Year, Sydney Moss notched the first triple-double of her career in the Saints' 83-63 victory.

March 21, 2015 Running down a dream Thomas More and George Fox are one game away from completing a dream season with each one standing in the way of the other. We talked with Saints' point guard Abby Owings and Bruins' forward Justine Benner about their semifinal victories and Saturday's championship game.

March 20, 2015 Final Four meet the press Before the national semifinalists meet on the court in Grand Rapids, they met the media off it. Watch all four press conferences recorded on Thursday at Calvin College to get ready for tonight's Final Four games.

March 20, 2015 Title game is two perfect Thomas More and George Fox won their national semifinal games setting up a battle of undefeated teams for the 2015 national title on Saturday night. It will be the first time that both national finalists are undefeated in the Division III tournament's 33-year history.

March 19, 2015 Heading home Off the floor, it has been a difficult year for Montclair State coach Karin Harvey. But on the floor, her team has gotten her a trip home, courtesy of the NCAA. Harvey grew up in Michigan and knows the roads to Grand Rapids well. A Road to Grand Rapids feature.

March 18, 2015 Thomas More finally one of the Four The Saints have been knocking on the national semifinals' proverbial door for some years now. This one-of-a-kind team with its one-of-a-kind player is making the most of its once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. A Road to Grand Rapids feature by Adam Turer.

March 18, 2015 Post talent has Jumbos thinking big You may think size doesn't matter, but you haven't tried to score against the Tufts defense anchored by talented post players Hayley Kanner and Michela North. The Jumbos' mix of talent, size and experience adds up to big expectations for this weekend.

March 17, 2015 From fourth place to the Final Four George Fox was picked to be in the Final Four -- the Final Four of the Northwest Conference, that is. But few thought the Bruins could return to the final weekend in 2015. Rob Knox has more in a Road to Grand Rapids feature.

March 14, 2015 Elite 8: Bruins, Saints go marching in Thomas More overpowered St. Thomas and George Fox led nearly wire-to-wire at Calvin. They will join Tufts who eliminated the defending champs and first-time Final Four entrant Montclair State in Grand Rapids next weekend. Here's the recap from the Elite 8.

March 14, 2015 Unbreakable Tommies fighting on St. Thomas has had more than its share of injuries to key contributors in recent years and Friday night's game against Hope brought two more. The Tommies keep winning and now face No. 1 Thomas More. We talked with coach Ruth Sinn and senior forward Anna Smith.

March 13, 2015 Sweet 16: Fantastic four advances The four undefeated teams advanced in different fashions, including George Fox beating Texas-Dallas in a nail biter, St. Thomas overcoming Hope and Thomas More exploding for 103 points against Wash U. All that and more from the women's sectional semifinals.

March 11, 2015 Now you've gone and made FDU mad For the entire season, FDU-Florham Devil women's basketball was a fixture at the top four of the D3hoops.com Top 25. But they're not hosting this weekend, and they're less than amused. Rob Knox has more in Around the Nation.

March 11, 2015 Here are your 5 misconceptions about Thomas More During the football season, Adam Turer writes a weekly column for D3football.com. In the winter, however, he covers Thomas More women's basketball in the Cincinnati area. As such, he's learned a thing or two that not everyone might know about the No. 1 women's team.

March 10, 2015 Close to home When it wasn't working out at Butler, Hannah Douglas could have gone all sorts of places to continue her basketball career. But instead, she stayed nearby and found a new home at DePauw. More on Douglas and the Tigers in a Road to Grand Rapids feature.

March 9, 2015 Amherst shuffles, finds a spark Ali Doswell was an accidental starter for Amherst on Saturday in the second round at NYU and ended up sparking the Lord Jeffs. More in a Road to Grand Rapids feature.

March 8, 2015 Sweet 16 hosts announced The NCAA announced schools that will be hosting next weekend's sectionals in men's and women's basketball: the rounds of 16 and 8. But the question is, how important is it to host these games?

March 7, 2015 2nd round: Just Tufts enough again Tufts never had a lead against St. John Fisher through the first 40 minutes, but the Jumbos found a way to force overtime and defeated the Cardinals there. Elsewhere Amherst rolled over NYU and Sydney Moss exploded for 43 points. Get the full recap of the women's action here.

March 6, 2015 First round: Road Warriors score upsets The Warriors of Wisconsin Lutheran and Eastern Connecticut upset home-standing ranked opponents in the first round of the Division III NCAA tournament on Friday night. Meanwhile Baruch won its first tourney game in a while and Stevenson won its first period.

March 5, 2015 Bearcats inching closer to advancing The Baruch women's basketball team, led by a talented senior class, has gotten ever closer to moving on to the second round in recent years. The Bearcats give it another shot this weekend. A Road to Grand Rapids feature by Sarah Sommer.

March 4, 2015 JCU saw its streaks snapped, but survived, advanced For the Blue Streaks, it was an uncomfortable couple days of waiting. But each of them got the call on Monday that their seasons would continue. For the women, it's their second bid in a row, while the men are back after four years on the outside. More in a feature by Brian Lester.

March 4, 2015 Our women's tournament preview The last two national champs had perfect seasons, and it could happen again with four undefeated teams in this year's field. But other teams are also title contenders, and there are 63 games to enjoy along the way. Here's our annual preview, complete with predictions ... guaranteed to displease.

March 3, 2015 It's a long way from Abington to George Fox Once upon a time, it wasn't obvious Penn State-Abington would even have a women's basketball team this year. Instead, these Nittany Lions are hitting the road. Or the air. A Road to Grand Rapids feature by Rob Knox.

March 2, 2015 Hoopsville Bracket Special We found out who is in and out of the NCAA tournaments and who they will face, so it's time to start breaking things down and of course answering your questions. Join Dave McHugh for a special Hoopsville Monday episode as we also will hear from both the men's and women's basketball committee chairs. Watch the show On Demand!

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