Bethany To Host Pittsburgh Steelers in Charity Basketball Game

BETHANY, W.Va. - Members of the Pittsburgh Steelers All-Stars Footballers Basketball Team will be at Bethany College on Tuesday, April 3rd, to play a basketball game against a team comprised of players from the Bethany College community. The game will be held at 8 p.m. in Hummel Field House, and tickets will be available for $7 with all proceeds going to charity.

The Footballers Basketball Team consists of players from the Pittsburgh Steelers football team who regularly participate in games for charities and special causes. Select members of the team will play a regulation basketball game against a team of Bethany College students, faculty, and staff to be announced at a later date. In addition to providing a fun and entertaining experience for players and spectators, Steelers players will also be available at half-time to sign autographs.

Members of the Pittsburgh Steelers Footballers Basketball Team include:

16           Charlie Batch
92           James Harrison
76           Chris Hoke
99           Brett Keisel
37           Anthony Madison
7              Ben Roethlisberger
73           Ramon Foster
29           Ryan Mundy
10           Dennis Dixon
79           Trai Essex
23           Keenan Lewis
17           Mike Wallace
54           Morty Ivy
83           Louis Lipps
84           Antonio Brown
88           Emmanuel Sanders        
74           Willie Colon
97           Cameron Heywood
 
(Individual appearances of players subject to player availability)

For information or to purchase tickets, contact Amy Colantoni, Director of Student Activities at Bethany College (304) 829-7905 or acolantoni@bethanywv.edu.

Bethany College is a small college of national distinction located on a picturesque and historic 1,300-acre campus in the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia. Founded in 1840, Bethany is the state’s oldest private college.