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17 Receive Postgraduate Scholarships

Plus: Our Next Steps; Postgrad Scholarship Winners; MIAC Network Launched

AUGUST 16, 2023 | written by STEVE ULRICH

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1. 17 Receive Postgraduate Scholarships

Seventeen Division III students are recipients of NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships for spring 2022-23. The scholarships are awarded to students who excel academically and athletically and who are at least in their final year of intercollegiate athletics competition.

The scholarships are one-time non-renewable grants of $10,000.

  • Nicholas Aney, Gustavus Adolphus, Tennis

  • Joe Boesel, Kenyon, Lacrosse

  • James Campion, Huntingdon, Lacrosse

  • Jaylen Washington Gore, Trinity (Texas), Baseball

  • Makenzie Hansen, Colorado College, Lacrosse

  • Brett Lucas, Emory, Outdoor Track and Field

  • Jabari Owens, Chicago, Outdoor Track and Field

  • Matthew Ozanic, Augustana, Baseball

  • Blaine Soper, Chicago, Baseball

  • Alex Weirth, Willamette, Golf

  • Leah Bush, Williams, Tennis

  • Marcella Davidson, Whittier, Lacrosse

  • Anjali Devireddy, Johns Hopkins, Tennis

  • Jane Earley, Middlebury. Lacrosse

  • Sydney Illg, Wartburg, Softball

  • Bryana Leverentz, St. Catherine, Outdoor Track and Field

  • Annabella Mascot, Washington U., Golf

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2. Our Next Steps

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What will you receive with your subscription? We will be introducing new features, including more interviews with those who shape DIII as well as a new podcast. For just 33 cents per edition, that’s a great bargain.

I hope that you will continue to be a member of the D3Playbook community and support quality journalism. Thank you.

Steve

STREAMING
3. Introducing The MIAC Network

“The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced the launch of the MIAC Sports Network powered by Hudl TV and BlueFrame Technology. The MIAC Sports Network will be the official streaming home of all MIAC events and championships.

The end-to-end digital streaming service is now available on the web (https://miacsportsnetwork.com/) along with streaming apps for television and mobile devices, including Android TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku (TV), iOS, Android (mobile), and Amazon Fire Tablet. The app can be found and installed free of charge by searching for the MIAC Sports Network.”

» What They’re Saying: “The MIAC is excited to begin this partnership with Hudl TV and BlueFrame Technology,” MIAC Associate Commissioner BJ Pickard said. “The MIAC Sports Network is going to provide fans with greater event access and video quality than ever before, making it easy to stream events and championships in one central location for all 13 member institutions across the conference.”

» Worth Noting: The MIAC joins the Atlantic East, Centennial, Landmark, Little East, MAC, NCAC, NEWMAC, NWC, ODAC, PAC, SCIAC and WIAC with conference networks on the Hudl/BlueFrame platform.

NEWS
4. Lightning Round

🗞 News. Beloit College will launch its new School of Business and Entrepreneurship and its School of Health Sciences in the second semester. ““We are going to align our curriculum to the labor markets,” President Eric Boynton said.

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