The rosters have been expanded to 10 players apiece, and here are the 20 Division III men's basketball seniors who will be going to Salem to participate in the 2017 Reese’s® Division III College All-Star game.
Steven Weidlich of Susquehanna takes home top honors as our Mid-Atlantic Player of the Year. Landry Kosmalski gets the coaching award for taking Swarthmore to new heights and Riley Collins is the region's Rookie of the Year.
Steven Weidlich scored a game-high 25 points including 15 in the second half leading the Susquehanna University Men’s Basketball team to a 72-67 victory over Eastern Connecticut State Saturday night to advance to the next round of the NCAA Division III Tournament in O.W. Houts Gymnasium in Selinsgrove, Pa.
Steven Weidlich scored 31 points and led four players into double figures scoring as the Susquehanna University Men’s Basketball team advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Tournament with an 89-82 win over Medialle College at O.W. Houts Gymnasium in Selinsgrove.
The Salem Rotary Club announced the 20 finalists for Division III's premier award recognizing excellence on and off the court. The men's and women's award winner will be introduced on Thursday, March 16.
Senior Steven Weidlich scored a game-high 28 points including eight 3-pointers to lead the Susquehanna University Men’s Basketball team to another come-for-behind victory with an 85-74 win over Drew University Saturday afternoon in a Landmark Conference game and Senior Day at O.W. Houts Gymnasium in Selinsgrove.
Four players were honored this week by the national basketball coaches associations and Allstate Insurance for their community service. The honorees are Holly Denfeld from MSOE, Grace Smith from Kalamazoo, Steven Weidlich from Susquehanna and Evan Greening from Pitt-Bradford.
The Susquehanna University Men’s Basketball team limited Catholic University to just 26.5 percent shooting in the second half and just 25 points as the River Hawks pulled away and posted an 88-64 victory Wednesday night in a Landmark Conference matchup in O.W. Houts Gymnasium in Selinsgrove.
Senior Steven Weidlich scored 26 of his game-high 32 points in the second half leading the Susquehanna University Men’s Basketball team to an 84-63 win over Goucher College Saturday afternoon in a Landmark Conference game at O.W. Houts Gymnasium in Selinsgrove.
It is already late January. This is the time of the year that the top teams in the country tend to rise out of conference frays. On Thursday's Hoopsville, Dave took the temperature of the division. Where should you be focused in the week ahead? You can watch the show On Demand or listen to the podcast anytime!
Susquehanna men’s basketball head coach Frank Marcinek notched career win number 400 Wednesday night as the River Hawks came from behind in the second half to post an 89-83 victory over Catholic University in a Landmark Conference game in Washington, DC.
Very little went wrong for Susquehanna last season and the River Hawks cruised into the NCAA tournament. But they came up short in their quest for a conference crown and a Sweet 16 appearance. Will adversity push the River Hawks to higher heights? Phil Soto-Ortiz has more.
Hoopsville returned to the air after the holidays with plenty to talk about. Dave McHugh chatted with coaches whose teams made some statements over the holidays. Guests include Wartburg and Capital women's programs along with the No. 17 Susquehanna men's program. You will also hear from a few coaches at this year's D3hoops.com Classic. You can watch Hoopsville On Demand!
Susquehanna improved its record to 11-0 with a buzzer beater at Albright while the Rowan women won their 11th with less drama. Plus Texas Lutheran bit East Texas Baptist again and the Wartburg women scored another Top 10 upset.
The Crusaders have a long tradition of athletic success, which includes some on the basketball court. The men's hoops program is striving for unprecedented success in head coach Frank Marcinek's 27th season at the helm. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.