April 23 - MTEN at Grove City (L, 9-0), BASE at Westminster (W, 10-4/L, 11-2), SOFT at Franciscan (W, 7-3/W, 18-6); April 24 - SOFT at Saint Vincent (W, 7-0/L, 4-0)
Junior Kelsey Bish recorded her third complete-game shutout of the season as the Bison defeated St. Vincent 7-0 in game one of a doubleheader. Bish allowed just four hits in seven innings while striking out seven batters. (Photo courtesy of Penny Tittle)
Freshman Chris Koegel was a monster at the dish in Wednesday's doublehader with Westminster. He finished the day going 3 for 6 at the dish, including three RBI. The Bison finished the day by spliting with Westminster. Bethany grabbed the first game 10-4, before falling in game two, 11-2 (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
April 24 – LATROBE, Pa. – The Bethany College Softball team (17-21, 9-7 PAC) split with Presidents Athletic Conference foe Saint Vincent College on Thursday afternoon. The Bison won game one, 7-0, before dropping game two by a 4-0 score.
April 24 – BETHANY, W.Va. – The Bethany track & field teams are looking to make a big statement in the upcoming Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships hosted by Westminster College. The festivities will begin on Friday, April 25 and then conclude on Saturday, April 26.
April 23 – STEUBENVILLE, Ohio – The Bethany College softball team earned their first doubleheader sweep since April 12, as they took both halves of a twin bill over Franciscan University on Wednesday. The Bison captured game one, 7-3, before taking game two by an 18-6 score.
April 23 – NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – The Bethany College baseball team (15-12, 10-7 PAC) split in Wednesday’s doubleheader with Westminster College. The Bison grabbed game one by a 10-4 count, before falling to the hosts in game two, 11-2.
April 21 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bison softball team (14-20, 8-6 PAC) completed the home portion of their 2014 schedule, earning a split with Marietta College in a non-conference doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon. The Bison dropped game one by a 4-0 score, before rallying to take game two, 5-4.