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Fort Myers, Fla.

11;00 a.m. (EST)


Ohio Northern

Fort Myers, Fla.

1:00 p.m. (EST)


John Carroll

Fort Myers, Fla.

11:00 a.m. (EST)



Fort Myers, Fla.

9:00 a.m. (EST)


Clark (DH)

Auburndale, FL

3:00 & 5:30 p.m. (EST)



Fort Myers, Fla.

12:00 p.m. (EST)



Fort Myers, Fla.

9:00 a.m. (EST)


Concordia Wisconsin

Mequon, Wis.

1:00 p.m. (CST)



Chillicothe, OH

10:00 a.m. (EST)



Chillicothe, OH

1:30 a.m. (EST)



Chillicothe, OH

10 a.m. (EST)


Lakeland (DH)

Plymouth, Wis.

12:00 & 2:30 p.m. (CST)



Menomonie, Wis.

2:00 p.m. (CST)



St. Paul, Minn.

3:00 p.m. (CST)


*Northwestern (DH)

St. Paul, Minn.

12:00 p.m. (CST)


*St. Scholatica

Duluth, Minn.

3:00 p.m. (CST)



St Bonifacius, Minn.

3:00 pm (CST)


*Crown (DH)

St Bonifacius, Minn.

12:00 p.m. (CST)


*St. Scholastica (DH)

Ashland, Wis.

1:00 p.m. (CST)



Ashland, Wis.

3:00 p.m. (CST)


*Minn-Morris (DH)

Ashland, Wis

12:00 p.m. (CST)


UW Superior

Ashland, Wis.

3:00 p.m. (CST)


*Bethany Lutheran

Mankato, Minn.

3:00 p.m. (CST)


* Bethany Lutheran (DH)

Mankato, Minn.

12:00 p.m. (CST)



Ashland, Wis.

1:00 p.m. (CST)


*North Central

Ashland, Wis.

3:00 p.m. (CST)


*North Central (DH)

Ashland, Wis.

12:00 p.m. (CST)



Hancock, MI

1:00 p.m. (EST)


*Martin Luther

Ashland, Wis.

3:00 p.m. (CST)


*Martin Luther (DH)

Ashland, Wis.

12:00 p.m. (CST)



Ashland, Wis.

3:00 p.m. (CST)

5/7 – 5/9/14

UMAC Tournament



5/13- 5/17/14

NCAA Regionals



Appleton, Wis.


5/23 – 5/27/14 College Worlds Series


Home Games in BOLD *UMAC Conference Games


2015 LumberJacks Baseball Media Guide

Northland College at a Glance Location: Northland College is located one mile from Lake Superior in the city of Ashland, WI. - home to nearly 9,000 residents. With its Main Street shops and theatre marquis, Ashland has a great small-town feel. The area is surrounded by nearly a million acres of the Chequamegon National Forest, allowing for countless opportunities for hunting, fishing, hiking and camping. Type: 4 year Private Education, degrees conferred are Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Enrollment and Student Demographics:  600 students  Students representing nearly every U.S. state, as well as Canada  46% men, 54% women  70% of students are from out of state  10% ethnic diversity on campus  ACT middle 50% - 21-27  SAT middle 50% - 950-1100 (English and Math combined)  Average high school GPA - 3.28

Welcome From President Michael A. Miller Athletics have been called a college’s front door and, if so, I want to open the door wide to welcome you. If you are new to Northland College, you should know some of the things that make us unique, starting with the way we combine the classic liberal arts with an environmental mission. Our distinctive curriculum builds on this mission and prepares graduates to be problem solvers in their professional pursuits. Of course, this beautiful location on the shores of Lake Superior and the million acres of surrounding national forest makes for a great place to study and to play. But the most important aspect of Northland College is the faculty, staff, and students who create a remarkable atmosphere for living, learning, and the thrill of athletic competition.

Residential Life:  Co-Ed and single sex housing available  60% of students live on campus. Freshmen and Sophomores are required to live on campus.

Welcome From Athletic Director Kim Falkenhagen

Mission: Northland College integrates liberal arts studies with an environmental emphasis, enabling those it serves to address the challenges of the future

At Northland College we embrace the concept that the studentathlete is first and foremost a student who also has a passion and love for their particular sport. It is this passion that drives us as an athletic department to educate, inspire, and enable studentathletes to achieve beyond their own academic, athletic, and personal aspirations. We are committed to developing not only successful teams, but successful leaders as well. In the late 1990’s the College made a decision to become a part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III. As Division III members we share the vision of the complete student-athlete with all of the Division III members and particularly our conference affiliates. We are proud members of two quality Division III conferences, the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (primary conference) and the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (Men’s Hockey). With the addition of a new fitness center and facility upgrades, it is evidence of our commitment to enhancing not only our athletic department, but the college as a whole. Stay tuned as we are certain that the best is yet to come! I am proud to serve as Director of Athletics at Northland and I hope to see you at upcoming contests supporting our studentathletes. For those of you that are quite some distance from Ashland, Wisconsin and can’t make all the contests, follow us on our website at Go LumberJacks & LumberJills!

Athletic Staff

Kim Falkenhagen Athletic Director Head Women’s Volleyball Coach (715) 682-1868 [email protected]

Jessie Griggs SID/SWA/SAAC Coordinator Head Women’s Soccer Coach (715) 682-1869 [email protected]

Ernie May

Director of Intramurals Head Baseball Coach (715) 682-1387 [email protected]

Steve Wammer

Seamus Gregory

Compliance Coordinator Head Softball Coach (715) 682-1244 [email protected]

Fundraising Coordinator Head Men’s Hockey Coach (715) 682-1395 [email protected]

Jen Taft

Steph Nunez

Fitness Center Coordinator Speed & Agility Trainer Head Cross Country Coach (715) 682-1876 [email protected]

Head Athletic Trainer (715) 682-1245 [email protected]

Northland College

College of St. Scholastica

University of Northwestern

Crown College

1411 Ellis Ave Ashland, WI 54806

1200 Kenwood Ave. Duluth, MN 55811

3003 Snelling Ave. N. St. Paul, MN 55113

8700 College View Dr. St. Bonifacius, MN 55375

University of MN-Morris

North Central University

Bethany Lutheran College

600 East 4th St. Morris, MN 56267

910 Elliot Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55404

700 Luther Dr. Mankato, MN 56001

Martin Luther College 1995 Luther Court New Ulm, MN 56703

2015 LumberJacks Baseball Team 2015 Roster




1411 Ellis Ave. Ashland, WI 54806

110 S. Madison St. Adrian, MI 49221

12800 N. Lake Shore Dr. Mequon, WI 53097

Lake Forest 555 N. Sheridan Rd. Lake Forest, IL 60045



711 E. Boldt Way Appleton, WI 54911

45 S. National Ave. Fond du Lac, WI 54935

St. Norbert

St. Scholastica

100 Grant St. De Pere, WI 54115

1200 Kenwood Ave. Duluth, MN 55811

Finlandia 601 Quincy St. Hancock, MI 49930

Mil. School of Engineering 1025 N. Broadway St. Milwaukee, WI 53202



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Hometown/Previous Team Rocky Point, NY/ Rocky Point Stuart, Fla./ South Fork South Gate, Cal./Junipero Serra Smartville, Cal./ Nevada Union Winnebego, Ill./Winnebego Kamuela, HI/ Hawaii Prep Santo Domingo, Dom./ Mesabi Range CC Rio Ranch, NM/ V Sue Cleveland Crown Point, Ind./Merrillville Sacramento Cal./ Inderkum Reedsburg, Wis./Reedsburg Wild Rose, Wis./Wild Rose Black Earth, Wis./Wisconsin Heights Medford, Mas./Arlington Catholic Bronx, NY/ Reynolds Fullerton, Cal./ Fullerton Union Ashland, Wis./ Ashland Park Falls, Wis./ CHEQUAMEGON Lehigh Acres, Fla/ Gateway Charter Ashland, Wis./Ashland Burbank, Was./ Columbia Vernon Hills, Ill./Stephenson Oconomowoc, Wis./Oconomowoc Minocqua, Wis./ Lakeland Union Joiliet, Ill,/ Minooka Community Kings Park, NY/ Kings Park Dayton, Nev./ Dayton The Woodlands, Tex/Woodlands CP Woburn, Mas./ Austin Prep Marshfield, Wis/ Spencer Adelanto, Cal./ Riverside Prep Richmond Center, Wis./ Richmond Ctr Regina Sas./Thom Collegiate Institute MInoqua, Wis/ Lakeland Union Miami, Fla./ Felix Varela Senior High Crestview, Fla./ Baker Holiday, Fla./ ANCLOTE Mabriel, Wis./ Denmark Middleton, Wis./ Middleton

Head Coach Ernie May (2nd Season) The 2014 UMAC Coach of the Year, Ernie May is entering his 2nd Season at the helm of the LumberJacks. Coach May arrived on the scene in Ashland in late summer 2013 and immediately hit the ground running. The 2014 Squad surpassed all expectations by posting a 22-17 overall record and was 15-6 placing 2nd in the UMAC after a preseason sixth place polling position. Season series sweeps of Conference opponents Bethany Lutheran, Crown, North Central and winning series versus Martin Luther, Minnesota-Morris and Martin Luther propelled the Jacks to an outstanding season which included winning streaks of 8 and 10 games respectively. With a roster of only 14 players, 7 Jacks achieved all conference notoriety all while maintaining a team Grade Point Average of 3.0. Coach May also had the privilege of being named to the USA Baseball Trials coaching staff to select the Women’s National Baseball Team this August. The process included games and skills work over a one week period taking place at Pepperdine University in Malibu California. 40 of the best women baseball players competed for 20 spots with the selected few heading to Japan for the Women’s World Cup September 1-7 to try and bring back the gold medal. During the summer of 2012 he served as head coach of the Martha's Vineyard Sharks in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL). June of 2014, former Sharks outfielder Tad Gold was chosen by the Baltimore Orioles in the 35 th round of the MLB draft. Coach May had coached Tad in 2012. Coach May previously coached at NESCAC National Power Trinity College in Connecticut. At Trinity, Coach May served during 2011-12 under current Harvard University Head Coach Bill Decker and later under Head Coach Mark Lambert in 2013. The 2012 Trinity Bantams Squad reached the NCAA New England Regional posting 2 victories after capturing the NESCAC regular season and tournament titles. The 2013 squad won the East Division regular season and made it to the final day of the Tournament before bowing out to rival Wesleyan. Prior to Trinity, Coach May served as an assistant coach at Massachusetts under longtime Head Coach Mike Stone for 12 seasons of which six were as a full time assistant. He served as a volunteer assistant coach during the 2001 and 2002 seasons, after spending the 2000 season as pitching coach. While at UMass, May coached first round Draft Pick Matt Torra from 2003-2005 before he was taken 1st in the supplemental draft 31st overall by the Arizona Diamondbacks. Coach May returned to UMass in 2000 after spending four seasons at Wofford College, where he was the head coach from 1995-1999. May was responsible for taking the Wofford program from the Division II level to Division I. He led Wofford to a fifth place finish in its first season competing in the Southern Conference, after being picked to finish ninth. While at Wofford May coached its first player drafted in over 13 years when left handed pitcher Anthony Salley was taken by Toronto in the 24th round in 1997 and one year after May left Wofford for UMass, shortstop Kevin Blocker was taken by the Colorado Rockies in the 25th round of the 2000 MLB Draft. Prior to his stay at Wofford, May served as the pitching coach for the UMass in 1995. He directed a pitching staff which set a school single season record for victories with a 38-14 mark and advanced to the NCAA Regional in Coral Gables Florida facing National Powers Miami and Texas A&M. That staff included former major leaguer Chad Paronto (Woodsville, NH) who pitched from 2001 to 2009 for Baltimore, Houston, Atlanta and Cleveland and whom May coached against in high school basketball in New Hampshire in the state playoffs Before coming to UMass, May served as pitching coach at Wofford during the 1994 season under long time head coach Mark Line and at Springfield College in 1993 under Charlie Roys reaching the NCAA Division II Regionals and back to back NE-10 titles which included a team that saw 3 players drafted my Major League Clubs from the Chiefs, John Raifstanger and Bob Bigelli (Boston) and Hassan Robinson (Houston). In 1990, May was the general manager of the Pittsfield Mets, a Class A affiliate of the New York Mets working with former Major Leaguers Jeremy Burnitz, Alberto Castillo and Pete Walker. He has also worked in public relations with the Atlanta Braves and CNN during the 1993 season seeing the Braves capture the National League West Pennant. The Braves finished the season with a 104-58 record to win the National League West for the third consecutive year after trailing the San Francisco Giants, who finished in second place by one game, for most of the season in what is generally regarded as the last real pennant race before playoff expansion. 1993 was also the last year that the team competed in the National League West, as they would shift to the National League East for 1994 May was one of only 19 college coaches chosen nationwide to have articles printed in the 50th Anniversary Issue of Coaches Digest. May's article on the year-round conditioning of pitchers was published in the commemorative issue. In the summer of 1999, May coached the Keene Swamp Bats of the NECBL, a wooden bat collegiate league sponsored by Major League Baseball. The Swamp Bats won the regular season title in just their second year of existence and May Coached current Major Leaguer Jeff Keppinger (Georgia) and former Major Leaguer Jeff Fulcino (UConn) on the '99 club. May has had 26 former college players at the professional level including 18 from UMass, 3 from Wofford, 3 from Springfield and 2 from Trinity.

Nick Weinmeister begins his 2nd season as the Lumberjacks outfield coach and recruiting assistant after a very successful first season in 2014. In Weinmeister's first season, the Lumberjacks posted a 22-17 overall record and was 15-6 placing 2nd in the UMAC. Entering the 2014-15 season, Coach Weinmeister will also be assuming the Head Varsity Reserve Coaching duties for the Lumberjack Baseball Program. Prior to Northland, Coach Weinmeister was the Head Coach at Janesville High School in Janesville, Iowa. In his three seasons at Janesville, the Wildcats captured back to back Iowa Star North Conference Championships in 2012 and 2013 and increased the team win percentage each of the three seasons Weinmeister was at the helm.

Nick Weinmeister Assistant Coach 2nd Season

Coach Weinmeister earned his bachelor's degree in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations with a minor in Marketing from the University of Northern Iowa in 2011. While at UNI he was a member of their Division 1 UNI Club Baseball team which competes in the Mid-America North Conference where he was both a pitcher and shortstop.

Shane Ellias enters his first season as an assistant coach for the Lumberjacks. In addition, Ellias has been a volunteer assistant for the Mellen Granite Diggers high school baseball team located in Mellen, Wisconsin for the past 4 years. Ellias graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management with an emphasis in Small Business from Northland College in 2014. At Northland, he was a member of the Northland College baseball team where he was a pitcher. He was a two-time member of the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference AllSportsmanship team and was a four year UMAC Academic All Conference award recipient. He played high school baseball for Mellen High School, located in Mellen, Wisconsin, earning All-Conference honorable mention his Junior year and First team All-Conference his Senior year. Ellias was a starting pitcher. When not pitching he played first base and third base. As a pitcher for the Granite Diggers, he never lost a conference game that he started and helped contribute to a conference championship, two regional championships, and two sectional appearances.

Shane Ellias Assistant Coach 1st Season

Meet the LumberJacks

1 1 Will Serviss Year: Freshman Position: OF Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Rocky Point, NY

5 5 Jacob Hodgdon Year: Senior Position: OF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Winnebago, Ill.

2 2 Tyler Do Year: Freshman Position: INF/OF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Stuart, Fla.

6 6 Michael Nakahara Year: Freshman Position: Catcher Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Kamuela, Haw.

Meet the LumberJacks

3 3 Hector Ramos Year: Freshman Position: INF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: South Gate, Cal.

7 7 Luis Victoria Year: Junior Position: INF/Catcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Santo Domingo, DR

4 4 Jakob Freele Year: Freshman Position: OF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Smartville, Cal.

8 8 Dylan Porter Year: Freshman Position: Pitcher Bats: Left Throws: Left Hometown: Rio Ranch, NM

Meet the LumberJacks



10 Kyle Strom Year: Senior Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Crown Point, Ind.

11 Damion Freeman Year: Freshman Position: Catcher/Pitcher/ INF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Sacramento, Cal.



14 Mitch Howard Year: Junior Position: INF/OF Bats: Left Throws: Right Hometown: Black Earth, Wis.

15 Matt Alberino Year: Freshman Position: INF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Medford, Mass.

Meet the LumberJacks

12 12 Matt Lennon Year: Senior Position: INF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Reedsburg, Wis.

16 16 Pedro Mercedes Year: Freshman Position: INF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Bronx, NY

13 22 Logan Schuman Year: Senior Position: INF/Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Wild Rose, Wis.

17 17 Kenny Moralez Year: Freshman Position: Catcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Fullerton, Cal.

Meet the LumberJacks



10 Matt Draeger Year: Freshman Position: OF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Ashland, Wis.

19 Will Lee Year: Freshman Position: INF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Park Falls, Wis.



23 Paden Kottwitz Year: Freshman Position: INF/Catcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Burbank, Was.

24 Keith Zelinske Year: Junior Position: OF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Vernon Hills, Ill.

Meet the LumberJacks

21 21 Xavier Baez Year: Freshman Position: OF Bats: Left Throws: Left Hometown: Lehigh Acres, Fla.

25 25 Jacob Smith Year: Junior Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Oconomowoc, Wis.

22 22 Daniel Kollauf Year: Senior Position: Pitcher/OF Bats: Left Throws: Left Hometown: Ashland, Wis.

27 27 John Aguirre Year: Freshman Position: OF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Minocqua, Wis.

Meet the LumberJacks



29 Anthony Corrado Year: Freshman Position: OF/Pitcher Bats: Left Throws: Left Hometown: Joliet, Ill.

31 Ernie Robrecht Year: Freshman Position: Catcher Bats: Switch Throws: Right Hometown: Kings Park, NY



34 Jack Meaney Year: Freshman Position: INF Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Woburn, Mass.

35 Alex Brostowitz Year: Freshman Position: INF/Pitcher Bats: Left Throws: Left Hometown: Marshfield, Wis.

Meet the LumberJacks

32 32 Michael Dienemann Year: Freshman Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Dayton, Nev.

36 36 Kyle Moore Year: Freshman Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Adelanto, Cal.

33 33 Edouard Bosseloo Year: Freshman Position: Catcher/Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: The Woodlands, Tex.

37 37 Charles McBain Year: Freshman Position: INF/Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Richmond Center, Wis.

Meet the LumberJacks



38 Anthony Luepke Year: Freshman Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Regina Sas.

39 Trevor Roszczewski Year: Freshman Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Minocqua, Wis.



42 Dennis Morales Year: Freshman Position: INF/Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Holiday, Fla.

44 Alex Loberger Year: Freshman Position: OF/Catcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Mabriel, Wis.

Meet the LumberJacks

40 40 Carlos Martinez Year: Freshman Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Left Hometown: Miami, Fla.

47 47 Alex Elliot Year: Freshman Position: INF/Catcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Middleton, Wis.

41 41 Alan Weidenhammer Year: Freshman Position: Pitcher Bats: Right Throws: Right Hometown: Crestview, Fla.

Jacks in Past Seasons

Season Preview Head Coach, Ernie May, enters his second season at the helm of the LumberJack baseball team after earning the title of Coach of the Year for the 2014 UMAC Baseball season. The LumberJacks are hopeful to continue their success from the 2014 campaign where the overall record was 22-17, 15-6 in conference play. Finishing the regular season in second place, Coach May’s squad reached the conference tournament and accomplished the highest finish since joining the UMAC. The 2014 season also tied the school record for overall wins in a season. The 2015 roster will be composed of 9 returning players as well as 30 newcomers. The Jacks will rely on leadership from experienced players, most notably senior Dan Kollauf (Ashland, Wis./Ashland HS) who excels as an outfielder as well as his performance on the mound, senior Matt Lennon (Reedsburg, Wis.) who will anchor the infield as shortstop, and junior Mitch Howard (Black Earth, Wis.) whose batting percentages continue to be impressive. The Jacks will add exciting new faces to the starting lineup, including junior transfer Luis Victoria (Santa Domingo, DR.) who brings high-level playing experience to the group of Jacks catchers as well as Xavier Baez (Lehigh Acres, Fla.) and Anthony Corrado (Joliet, Ill.) who both had an outstanding fall season and emerged as leaders in the outfield. The Jacks’ season will also showcase seniors Kyle Strom (Crown Point, Ind.), Logan Schuman (Wild Rose, Wis.) and junior Jake Smith (Oconomowoc, Wis.) who will share time on the mound. Freshman Alex Elliot (Middleton, Wis.) has earned recognition after the fall season and will contend for a starting position at first base.

2014 Season Batting Average: Kollauf— .380 Home Runs: Moberly— 2 Runs Batted In: Kollauf— 46 Stolen Bases: Schuman— 11

2009 Season Batting Average: Steiner –.470 Home Runs: Szymanski– 7 Runs Batted In: Steiner– 45 Stolen bases: Steiner– 5

2013 Season Batting Average: Howard— .389 Home Runs: Moberly — 2 Runs Batted In: Hendrickson— 34 Stolen Bases: Lennon— 13

2008 Season Batting Average: Carroll– .454 Home Runs: Szymanski– 7 Runs Batted In: Carroll– 34 Stolen Bases: Carroll– 8

2012 Season Batting Average: Aerts— .364 Home Runs: Buckley, Johnson, Moberly, Hendrickson — 1 Runs Batted In: Hendrickson— 45 Stolen Bases: Aerts— 18

2007 Season Batting Average: Tanneberg– .387 Home Runs: Cross– 3 Runs Batted In: Carroll– 32 Stolen Bases: Stevens– 5

2011 Season Batting Average: Herr— .325 Home Runs: Herr/Johnson — 1 Runs Batted In: Moberly— 23 Stolen Bases: Hendrickson/ Moberly— 10

2006 Season Batting Average: Feil– .308 Home Runs: Ryan/Feil– 2 Runs Batted In: Feil– 29 Stolen Bases: Wederstrandt– 32

2010 Season Batting Average: Tanneberg– .446 Home Runs: Carroll– 4 Runs batted In: Cody Carroll – 41 Stolen Bases: Bryce Szymanski – 4

2005 Season Batting Average: Rogers– .367 Home Runs: Rogers– 8 Runs Batted In: Rogers– 41 Stolen Bases: Cummings– 25 2004 Season Batting Average: Feil– .379 Home Runs: Feil– 4 Runs Batted In: Feil– 42 Stolen Bases: Wederstrandt– 22

The Chapple Family Gymnasium at the Kendrigan Center The Kendrigan Gymnasium was named after J.T. Kendrigan, who spent more than four decades at Northland. He was the athletic director for 35 of those years. He transformed the athletic program and allowed it to grow, along with the spirit of Northland. Today the gym is home to the Northland College Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams and the Volleyball team. Major renovations, including installation of new bleachers and a new floor, were completed in time for the 2009-10 basketball season.

Division III Philosophy Statement Northland College is a proud member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III. Northland became a full member of the NCAA in September of 2004. Colleges and universities in Division III place highest priority on the overall quality of the educational experience and on the successful completion of all students’ academic programs. They seek to establish and maintain an environment in which a student-athlete’s athletics activities are conducted as an integral part of the student-athlete’s educational experience. They also seek to establish and maintain an environment that values cultural diversity and gender equity among their student-athletes and athletics staff. © The National Collegiate Athletic Association

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