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Simpson College seeking Full-Time Assistant Wrestling Coach

Simpson College seeks candidates for a full-time Assistant Wrestling Coach. Qualified candidates will demonstrate the ability to assist the Head Coach with all phases of the NCAA Division III program including planning practice sessions and competitive coaching situations; identifying and successfully recruiting academically qualified and athletically talented student-athletes; teaching, mentoring and coaching; developing well-rounded student-athletes; and ensuring academic progress and graduation. 190 more words

Division III

Small School Big Board: Final Pre-Draft Edition

Top 100 

1. Derek Rivers (Youngstown State EDGE)

2. Adam Shaheen (Division II Ashland TE)

3. Julien Davenport (Bucknell OT)

4. Cooper Kupp (Eastern Washington WR) 517 more words

FCS

DIII Wrestling Championships Coming to Cedar Rapids in 2020 and 2022

The NCAA has selected more than 600 host sites for preliminary rounds and finals of predetermined championships in Divisions I, II and III to be held from 2017-18 through 2021-22. 1,012 more words

Division III

Vassar Men's Vball looks to have historic season, set precedent for Vassar athletics

Photo via Vassar Athletics
Written by Nicholai Babis and Ryan Lipton

The Vassar Brewers, not known for their athletic prowess among DIII schools, are on the rise. 867 more words

Sports

Four-Time Place Winner Jacob Krakow Commits to Wartburg College

Iowa Valley’s Jacob Krakow has committed to wrestle for Wartburg College next fall. Krakow was a four-time state place winner finishing sixth, eight and runner-up the past two seasons. 250 more words

High School

Wartburg's Devos, Loras' Patron Jr. Headline Iowa Conference Wrestling Awards

The Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) announced its end-of-season wrestling awards Wednesday, March 29, 2017 with Wartburg’s Eric DeVos (Okoboji, Iowa/Waverly-Shell Rock) and Loras’ Guy Patron Jr. 876 more words

Division III

Examining Where Basketball Is Today

I recently had a chance to interview Keene State men’s basketball head coach Ryan Cain, whose team is coming off an exciting NCAA Tournament run to the Elite Eight this past season in Division III.  311 more words

College Basketball