Posted On: 04/2/19 3:45 PM
Photo Cred: Amber Arnold Photos - Madison.com
April can be a very exciting month for Seniors, it can also be stressful, emotional, and insert any other way one can feel nearing the end of high school. I’m sure a lot can relate that “Senioritis” is at an all time high, the tug and pull between parents and their 18 year old “kids”, all the feels. However, this is the time of year where plenty of athletes are making their final decision as to where they will be heading to college. After people have probably asking the past year where they are going to college, there is now an answer. Here are some members from the Class of 2019 who will be heading the Division 3, looking to make a major impact.
In working with different athletes, clubs, and colleges here are just a couple of observations I’ve made and some FYI’s about D3 schools, conferences, and trends in our network.
-Nebraska has plenty of NAIA schools, but only had one Division 3 school in Nebraska Wesleyan located in Lincoln, Nebraska. They play in the American Rivers Conference which is comprised mostly of all private liberal arts schools in Iowa.