Sept. 30 - WTEN at Franciscan (4 PM), VBALL at Grove City (6:30 PM), WSOC at Baldwin Wallace (7:30 PM); Oct. 1 - MSOC at PSUNK (4 PM); Oct. 2 - VBALL vs. Geneva (7 PM)
Junior Larry Kpadehyea was the hero on the defensive side of the ball for Bethany in their 33-27 win over Waynesburg. Kpadehyea picked off a pass from Carter Hill in the end zone as time expired, to preserve the six-point win for the Green & White. Kpadehyea finished the game with 12 tackles to go along with his INT. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Junior Eric Blinn rewrote the Bethany record books yet again when he posted 12 catches in Bethany's 33-27 win over Waynesburg. With the catches, Blinn now stands alone at the pantheon of Bison receivers with 181 total catches. The total is now four more than the previous record of 177 set by Matt Cruse (2006-09). Blinn came into the game with Waynesburg as the Division III career active leader in receptions per game (7.6). (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Sept. 29 - New Castle, Pa. - The Bethany College golf teams opened their 2014-15 campaign by competing in the Presidents' Athletic Conference Championships host by the New Castle Country Club on Friday.
Sept. 29 - New Castle, Pa. - The Bethany College golf teams opened their 2014-15 campaign by competing in the Presidents' Athletic Conference Championships hosted by the New Castle Country Club on Friday.
Sept. 27 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College football team (3-1, 2-0 PAC) kept the good times rolling, as they won their third-straight contest, a 33-27 victory over Waynesburg University on Saturday evening at Bison Stadium. The 3-1 start to open the season marks the Bison’s best start since the 2001 campaign.
Sept. 27 – MARIETTA, Ohio – The Bethany College women’s volleyball team (10-6, 4-1 PAC) dropped a pair of non-conference matches in the BSN Sports River City Volleyball Classic hosted by Marietta College on Saturday. The Bison dropped their first match to Heidelberg University (25-23, 25-15, 25-18), before falling 3-1 against Otterbein University (25-17, 25-20, 25-15, 25-17) in the second game.