Division 3 college basketball teams are the smallest schools with sports programs in America. The Swarthmore men’s basketball team has made us sports locals proud by earning a spot in the DIII Final Four tournament in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Best of luck to our friends just 5 miles away up on Chester Road.

It’s not quite a YesGodTV video, but here’s a recap of the Swarthmore win to get them to the Big Dance…

In case you were wondering who are the other Pennsylvania Division 3 schools, see if you recognize any from the list below…

Albright, Alvernia, Arcadia, Bryn Mawr, Cabrini, Cairn, Carnegie Mellon, Cedar Crest, Chatham, Clarks Summit, Delaware Valley, DeSales, Dickinson, Eastern, Elizabethtown, Franklin & Marshall, Geneva, Gettysburg, Grove City, Gwynedd Mercy, Haverford, Immaculata, Juniata, Keystone, Kings, Lancaster Bible, Lebanon Valley, Lycoming, Marywood, Messiah, Misericordia, Moravian, Mount Aloysius, Muhlenberg, Neumann, Rosemont, St. Vincent, U of Scranton, Susquehanna, Thiel, Ursinus, Washington & Jefferson, Westminster, Widener, Wilks, Wilson, York, and a few University of Pittsburg and Penn State satellite schools.