4/24: BASE at Thiel (W, 16-6), LAX at Franciscan (L, 13-12); 4/24-4/25: MTEN at PAC Championships, TRACK at PAC Championships, GOLF at PAC Championshps; 4/25: SOFT vs W&J (1 PM), BASE vs Thiel (1 PM)
Junior Ryan Bisi helped lead the Bison baseball team to a 16-6 victory over Thiel College on Friday. Bisi went 4-for-5 at the plate with a double, three RBI and a pair of runs scored. Bisi posted his first multi-RBI game of the year as the Bison tallied the most runs the team has seen since March 15, 2014. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Junior Umar Moore captured eight points for the Bison in the first day of the Presidents' Athletic Conference outdoor championships on Friday evening. Moore posted a second-place finish in the triple jump, notching a distance of 43-01.00. (Photo Courtsey of Martin Santek Photography)
April 24 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – Posting the most runs that the program has seen since March 15, 2014, the Bethany College baseball team jumped all over Thiel College, 16-6, on Friday evening in Greenville. The Bison pounded out 14 hits while receiving a multi-RBI performance from five different players.
April 24 - GROVE CITY, Pa. - Led by a second-place finish in the triple jump from Bethany junior Umar Moore (Coraopolis, Pa./Moon), the Bison men's and women's track teams competed in the opening day of the PAC Championships on Friday.
April 24 – STEUBENVILLE, Ohio – The Bethany College lacrosse team closed out their 2015 campaign by dropping a wild contest to Franciscan University, 13-12, on Friday evening in Steubenville. Despite scoring eight unanswered goals in the fourth quarter, the Bison still fell by the one-goal difference.
April 24 – ERIE, Pa. – The Bethany College tennis team collected four points on the first day of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships on Friday, as both freshman Mason Schoonover (Elkins, W. Va./Elkins) and junior Kyle Booker (Forest Park, Ga./Forest Park) tallied quarterfinal victories on the day.
April 23 – GROVE CITY, Pa. – The Bethany College softball team captured a victory over Grove City College, 7-4, to earn their tenth conference win of the season. Game two between the Bison and Wolverines was postponed in extra innings tied at 4-4 due to darkness.