All across Division 3, conference seasons are in their final week. And it’s tough to find a better race than what’s going on in the NEWMAC. Coast Guard, Springfield, Clark and Babson are all tied with 4-1 league records with each having two games remaining.
Things are just as tight in the NESCAC, where Tufts can clinch first place with a win at Bowdoin in its regular-season finale on Wednesday, and few spots are guaranteed. Meanwhile, Western New England owns pole position in the Commonwealth Coast over Endicott.
In the Little East, Keene State has ripped through its conference schedule, winning all seven games with an average margin of victory of 14 goals. It will be the top seed there yet again.
As that and much more unfolds, here's our look at the movers and shakers across New England's D3 landscape.