Oct. 21 - MSOC at Thiel (W, 2-0); Oct. 22 - WSOC at Thiel (6:30PM), VB at Thomas More (7PM); Oct. 23 - WTEN at PAC Champ (Pennbriar, Pa.) (8:30AM); Oct. 24 - S&D at Alfred State (6PM)
Junior Donavan Hayden was named the Bethany College SAAC Athlete of the Week for the men's side. Hayden had a big game for the Bison after missing one game due to an injury. Hayden totaled a career-best 17 tackles. He also posted a career-best 4.0 tackles for loss against the conference's top rushing attack. On the season, Hayden ranks third in the league in tackles for loss (11.5) and eighth in total tackles (53). (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Sophomore Dakota McKenzie earned female SAAC Athlete of the Week for Bethany College. She notched double-digit kills in all three of her matches against conference opponents for the Bison, who went 2-1 in PAC play. McKenzie posted a game-high 19 kills in a five-set match with Geneva College. She also combined for 21 kills and just nine errors in the Bison's three-game sweeps of Washington & Jefferson and Thiel. McKenzie is having a nice season, ranking second in the conference in total kills (292) and 10th in hitting percentage (.234).(Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Oct. 21 – GREENVILLE, Pa. - The Bethany College women’s tennis team saw three athletes earn a spot in the final flight seedings and pairings for the 30th annual Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Women's Tennis Championship Tournament, slated for Friday-Saturday, October 24-25.
Oct. 21 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee has announced that junior defensive linebacker Donavan Hayden (Hyattsville, Md./Northwestern) and sophomore volleyball standout, Dakota McKenzie (Hopewell, Ohio /West Muskingum) have been named the Bison SAAC Athletes of the Week.
Oct. 18 – OBERLIN, Ohio – The Bethany College men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble on Saturday afternoon. The women’s squad finished 30th, while the men also competed.
Oct. 18 - BETHANY, W. Va. - The Bethany College football team (5-2, 4-1 PAC) held Washington & Jefferson to its season low in points and total yardage, but the Bison offense was unable to get anything going, as the Green & White fell 34-3 on Saturday afternoon.