Sept. 20 - FB at Westminster (1 p.m.), XC at Saint Vincent Invite (10 a.m.), FH at Sweet Briar (1 p.m.), MSOC vs. Carnegie Mellon (1 p.m.), VB vs. Westminster (at W&J) (1 p.m.)/ VB vs. W&J (3 p.m.)
Freshman Michaela Hinerman was the star of the show in Bethany's 12-0 win, scoring five goals en route to setting a new Bison record for most goals in a single game. The previous mark was four goals set by Missy Miller in 1995. Hinerman accounted for all three of Bethany’s first-half scores (19th, 21st, 25th), while adding two more in the second half of action (61st & 67th).(Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Sophomore Brian Vales has been named the Bethany College SAAC Male Athlete of the Week for his breakout performance in Bethany's 45-24 win over Thiel. Vales finished the contest with 230 total yards of offense and four touchdowns. He threw for 167 yards, completing 19-of-23 passes on the day. Vales currently ranks second in the PAC in both passing effeciency (155.6) and completion percentage (76.7). (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Sept. 17 - The Bethany College football team (1-1) will take to the road for the second consecutive week, as they travel to New Wilmington, Pa. to take on the Titans of Westminster College. The contest is scheduled for a 1 p.m. start.
Sept. 16 – BEAVER, Pa. - Behind a record-breaking performance from freshman Michaela Hinerman (Weirton, W.Va./Brooke), the Bethany College women’s soccer team defeated Penn State – Beaver, 12-0, on Tuesday afternoon.
Sept. 16 - BETHANY, W. Va. - Bison cross country runner, senior Rhianna Petrone (Canonsburg, Pa./Canon-McMillan) and sophomore quarterback Brian Vales (Pittsburgh, Pa./Avonworth) were selected as the Athletes of the Week for Sept. 8 by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) on Tuesday morning.
Sept. 15 – BETHANY, W.Va. - The Bethany College field hockey program has announced that it will be hosting a fall skills clinic in conjunction with the College’s Green & White Day on the campus of Bethany College on Saturday, Oct. 4.