4/30: MTEN at PAC Championships (3rd (34)), MGOLF at PAC Championships (NS), TRACK - PAC Championships (M - 2nd (108), W - 6th (66)), SB at Saint Vincent (W 8-6/L 9-3), BASE vs W&J (L 2-0/L 4-2)
Senior Umar Moore helped the Bison men's track & field team to 10 points on the first day of the Presidents' Athletic Conference Championships on Friday. Moore scored all ten of Bethany's points, capturing a victory in the triple jump. He cleared his best mark on his final jump of the afternoon, posting a leap of 45' 3.50". (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography).
Sophomore Chris Ray helped the Bison men's tennis team to 29 points through day one of the PAC Championships on Friday. Ray and the Bison currently sit just two points behind second-place Saint Vincent. Ray earned his way into Saturday's championship match of No. 5 singles by defeating Westminster's Jon Clark (6-0, 6-1) and Saint Vincent's ZAch Fox (6-0, 6-2). He and partner Kyle Booker also captured one win at No. 2 doubles. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
April 30 – BETHANY, W. Va. – On a day in which they honored six members of their senior class, the Bethany College baseball team dropped both games of a doubleheader to Washington & Jefferson College. The Bison fell, 2-0, in game one, before dropping the second game by a 4-2 score.
April 30 – LATROBE, Pa. – Having the ability to control their own playoff destiny, the Bethany College softball program earned a spot in the upcoming Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship Tournament by earning a split with Saint Vincent College on Saturday afternoon. The Bison won game one, 8-6, before dropping game two by a 9-3 score.
April 30 – ERIE, Pa. – Led by a second-place finish from sophomore Chris Ray (Henrico, Va./Mills E Godwin), as well as five, third-place finishes, the Bethany College men’s tennis team tallied a third-place finish (34 points) at the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships.
April 30 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College Track & Field team’s competed at a high level in the second day of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships on Saturday afternoon at Bison Stadium. The Bison men captured their best finish since 1994, placing second, while the women earned a sixth-place mark.
April 30 – GROVE CITY, Pa. – Led by a 16th-place finish from freshman Ryan Senka (Cranberry Township, Pa./Seneca Valley), the Bethany College golf team competed in the final day of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Spring Championships on Saturday afternoon at the Grove City Country Club.
April 29 – BETHANY, W. Va. – For the first time since the turn of the century, the Bethany College men’s tennis team posted at least one victory in every flight, as the Green & White positioned themselves in third place after the first day of action at the PAC Championships.