Oct. 15 - FH at Wooster (L, 4-2); Oct. 16 - VB vs. W&J (W, 3-0)/vs. Thiel (W, 3-0); Oct. 18 - XC at Oberlin (W30/M40), WSOC vs. Chatham (W, 4-0), FB vs. W&J (L, 34-3), VB at Geneva (L, 3-2)

Baseball - News Archives

Bison Baseball Falls To Penn State Behrend In ECAC Semifinal

May 17 – ERIE, Pa. – The Bethany College baseball team (19-18) finished their 2014 campaign, falling to Penn State Behrend 8-2 in the semifinal round of the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division-III South Regional Tournament.

Baseball Places Five On All-PAC Teams

May 13 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – Highlighted by a trio of Second-Team All-Conference selections, the Bison baseball program saw five of its’ athletes named to the All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference teams, announced the conference office on Tuesday.

Bison Baseball Earns Spot In ECAC Division-III South Regional Championship Tournament

May 12 – CENTREVILLE, Mass. – After making their first conference tournament appearance since 2006, the Eastern College Athletic Conference has announced that the Bethany baseball program has been invited to participate in the ECAC Division III South Regional Championship Tournament.

Bison Baseball Falls To Waynesburg In Elimination Game Of Conference Tournament

May 9 – WASHINGTON, Pa. – The Bison Baseball team dropped a heartbreaker to Waynesburg University, 5-4 on a walk-off hit, in the elimination game of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship Tournament on Friday afternoon.

Bison Baseball Drops Contest To Thomas More In PAC Tournament Action

May 8 – WASHINGTON, Pa. – The Bison baseball team suffered a 14-5 defeat at the hands of the #2 seed Thomas More Saints in the first round of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship Tournament on Thursday afternoon.

Bison Baseball Look To Make Statement In PAC Tournament

May 5 – BETHANY, W.Va. – Making their first appearance since 2006, the Bison Baseball team (19-15, 14-10 PAC) will look to make splash in the upcoming Presidents’ Athletic Conference Tournament as they travel to Washington, Pa. on Thursday.

Bison Defeat Thomas More To Finish Regular Season Strong

May 4 - CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. - The Bethany Bison (19-15, 14-10 PAC) defeated Thomas More College on Sunday, 17-5. With the win, they earn the third seed in the upcoming Presidents' Athletic Conference Tournament.

Bison Drop Twin Bill But Earn Spot In PAC Championship Tournament

May 3 - CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. – The Bethany Bison baseball squad (18-15, 13-10 PAC) dropped a pair of games against Thomas More College on Saturday. They lost the first game 9-2, before dropping game two, 4-3. Despite the losses, the squad clinched a spot in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championship Tournament for the first time since 2006.

Bison Surge Past Titans In 9-5 Victory

May 1 – BETHANY, W.Va. – Using a strong pitching performance from Zac Edmiston (California, Pa./California) and an eight-run third inning, the Bison (18-13, 13-8 PAC) were able to defeat Presidents' Athletic Conference foe Westminster (9-5) on Thursday evening.

Dan Petrella Named PAC Pitcher of the Week

April 28 – GREENVILLE, Pa. - After collecting his second win of the season last week, Bethany College junior Dan Petrella (Coraopolis, Pa./Montour) was named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for April 28.

Koegel’s Game-Winning RBI Single Propels Bison In Thrilling Victory

April 27 – The Bethany College baseball team (17-13, 12-8 PAC) came back from eight runs en route to a heart racing 12-11 extra-inning win over Thiel College on Sunday afternoon. Chris Koegel (Moon Township, Pa./Moon Area) was the hero, as he drove in Zack Miller (West Mifflin, Pa./West Mifflin) on a RBI single for the game winner.

Bison Baseball Splits Twin Bill At Thiel

April 26 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – The Bethany Bison baseball team (16-13, 11-8 PAC) split a twin bill with Presidents’ Athletic Conference foe Thiel College on Saturday afternoon. The Bison grabbed game one in thrilling fashion, winning in extra innings, 4-3. The second game saw the Bison fall 4-0.

Bison Baseball Split At Westminster

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.

Bison Rally Late in Win Over Geneva

April 21 – BEAVER FALLS, Pa. – The Bethany College baseball team (14-11, 9-6 PAC) rallied with two runs in the seventh inning en route to a tough 3-2 win over Presidents’ Athletic Conference opponent Geneva College.

Bison Baseball Splits With Waynesburg

April 19 – WAYNESBURG, Pa. – The Bethany College Baseball team (13-11, 8-6 PAC) split with Presidents’ Athletic Conference opponent Waynesburg University on Saturday afternoon. The Bison grabbed the first game 6-3, before dropping game two by a 3-1 score.

Bison Baseball Upended By Yellow Jackets

April 17 – BETHANY, W.Va. – The Bethany Bison baseball team (12-10, 7-5 PAC) was unable to rally from an early five-run deficit, as they dropped a 5-4 decision to Waynesburg University on Thursday afternoon.

Zac Edmiston Named PAC Pitcher of the Week

April 14 – GREENVILLE, Pa. - After collecting his first win of the season last week, Bethany College junior Zac Edmiston (California, Pa./California) was named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for April 14.

Bison Falter On Road Against Nationally-Ranked Case Western Reserve

April 13 – CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Bison baseball squad dropped a pair of games at #21 Case Western Reserve University on Sunday afternoon. They fell 10-6 in the first contest, before dropping an 8-4 decision in game two.

Bison Baseball Drop Both Games of Twin Bill Against Geneva

April 12- BETHANY, W.Va. – The Bethany College baseball team (12-7, 7-4 PAC) dropped a pair of games to Presidents’ Athletic Conference opponent Geneva College on Saturday afternoon. They lost the first game 6-3, before falling in game two, 5-3.

Offensive Explosion Propels Bison Past Grove City For Series Sweep

April 9 – GROVE CITY, Pa. – Using a seven-run third inning, the Bison baseball team (12-5, 7-2 PAC) grabbed their eighth-straight victory, defeating Grove City 15-0 on Wednesday afternoon.

Bison Outslug Bearcats For Seventh-Straight Victory

April 8 – LATROBE, Pa. – Powered by a season-high 20 hits, the Bethany baseball team (11-5, 6-2 PAC) grabbed a series sweeping 14–10 triumph over Saint Vincent College on Tuesday afternoon.

Bisi Walk-Off Winner Highlights Doubleheader Sweep Of Saint Vincent

April 6 – BETHANY, W.Va. – Highlighted by a walk-off win in game two (6-5), the Bethany College baseball team (10-5, 5-2 PAC) swept a doubleheader against Presidents’ Athletic Conference foe Saint Vincent College on Sunday afternoon. The Bison notched a 6-5 win in game one.

Bison Baseball Sweep Home Opener

April 1 – BETHANY, W.Va. – Led by great pitching and timely hitting, the Bison baseball team (8-5, 3-2 PAC) picked up both wins in Tuesday’s home-opening doubleheader with Presidents’ Athletic Conference member Grove City College. Bethany won the first game by a 3-0 count and grabbed game two, 3-2.

Meier Earns Second PAC Pitcher of the Week Honor

March 31 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – For the second time in three weeks, junior Ryan Meier (Elizabeth, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) has been named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week, announced the conference office on Monday.

Bison Sweep Muskies In Doubleheader Action

March 27 – NEW CONCORD, Ohio – Using strong pitching performances from Ryan Meier (Elizabeth, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) and Zak Kozlowski (Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwin), the Bison (6-5) were able to pick up a pair of non-conference wins over Muskingum University on Thursday afternoon. Bethany grabbed the first game by a score of 4-0 and the second game 6-4.

Bison Baseball Drops Both Halves Of Doubleheader

March 21 – FORT PIERCE, Fla. – The Bethany College Baseball team (4-5) dropped their final two games of the spring break trip to Centenary College on Friday. They lost the first contest 3-2, before dropping the second game 7-1.

Bison Split Doubleheader With St. Mary’s

March 18 – FORT PIERCE. Fla. – The Bethany College baseball team (4-3) defeated St. Mary’s (Md.) 4-1 in their opening game of Tuesday’s doubleheader, but came up short in the second contest, as the Bison were defeated 5-0 to give the teams a split of the twin bill.

Ryan Meier Named PAC Pitcher of the Week

March 17 – GREENVILLE, Pa. - After collecting his first win of the season last week, Bethany College junior Ryan Meier (Elizabeth, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) was named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for March 17.

Myers' Late Game Magic Lifts Bison Baseball Over Western Connecticut

March 16 – FORT PIERCE, Fla. – Using a pinch-hit, two-RBI single from junior Cory Myers (Verona, Pa./Plum) in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Bison baseball program (3-2) defeated Western Connecticut State, 8-7, on Sunday morning.

Bison Baseball Scores 17 Runs In Victory Over Hilbert

March 15 – FORT PIERCE, Fla. – The Bison baseball program (2-2) saw their bats come alive in the first game of their spring break trip, as they dismantled the Hawks of Hilbert College, 17-3 on Saturday afternoon.

Bison Drop Rubber Match To #21 W&J

March 9 – WASHINGTON, Pa. – The Bethany College baseball team suffered a 10-3 defeat at the hands of #21 Washington & Jefferson in the series finale on Sunday afternoon.

Bison Split Opening Day Doubleheader With #21 Washington & Jefferson

March 8 – WASHINGTON, Pa. – The Bethany College baseball team fell short to #21 Washington & Jefferson 4-2 in their season opening game of Saturday’s doubleheader, but came up big in the nightcap, as the Bison edged out a 4-2 victory to give the teams a split of the PAC twinbill.

Bison Baseball Ready For 2014 Campaign

March 6 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bison Baseball program will look to use a good mix of veteran leadership and a host of young talent to get back on track in the upcoming 2014 season.

Bison Selected Sixth in PAC Preseason Poll

Feb. 20 – GREENVILLE, Pa. - The Bethany College baseball program was selected sixth in the 2014 PAC Baseball Coaches Preseason Poll, which was released on Thursday.

Bison To Host US Baseball Academy Camp

Dec. 5 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College baseball team has announced that it will host a U.S. Baseball Academy training camp in the Spring of 2014. The camp will run on four-consecutive Sundays, starting on Jan. 19 and ending on Feb. 9.

Bethany’s Kubis Named Second Team All-PAC

After closing his fine senior season with 15 consecutive scoreless innings on the mound, Bethany College senior Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) recently earned Second Team All-PAC recognition from the coaches of the conference.

Bethany’s Kubis Named PAC Pitcher of the Week

After throwing a shutout in his final pitching appearance for the Bethany College baseball team, senior Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) was selected as the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Pitcher of the Week for May 6.

Kubis Gem Keys Bethany’s Season-Ending Split at Behrend

Making his final appearance on the mound for the Bethany College baseball team, senior Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) made it a memorable one, as he struck out eight in twirling a complete game shutout in a 1-0 victory at Penn State Behrend Saturday afternoon.

Costly Errors Sink Bison in 5-4 Loss at Pitt-Greensburg

The Bethany College baseball team battled Pitt-Greensburg down to the wire, but five errors proved to be too much to overcome, as they led to four unearned runs in a 5-4 Bobcat victory Thursday in Greensburg.

Bethany Loses Pair to Pitt-Greensburg in Final Home Games

The Bethany College baseball team completed its home schedule Tuesday by hosting Pitt-Greensburg, who used strong pitching to down the Bison 4-1 and 7-2.

Bethany and Geneva Split PAC Doubleheader

After falling in a classic pitcher’s duel in game one, the Bethany College baseball team rallied from an early three-run deficit to pull out a 5-4 triumph in the second game and take a split of the PAC twinbill Saturday at Geneva.

Bison Come Up Short in Series Opener Against Geneva 11-9

Senior Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) went 4-for-5 and drove in three runs, but the Bethany College baseball team lost the opening game of its PAC series with Geneva Friday afternoon 11-9 at Bethany Park.

Bethany Splits at Saint Vincent, Takes PAC Series

After sophomore Derek Miller (Rayland, Ohio/Linsly) keyed a six-run inning with a two-run double, the bullpen blanked Saint Vincent over the final 3+ innings, as the Bethany College baseball team held on for an 8-7 victory in game two of their PAC doubleheader Thursday in Latrobe.

Bison Rally Again to Take Split With Muskingum

For the second consecutive day, the Bethany College baseball team rallied in its final at-bat for a win, as the Bison scored three times in the bottom of the seventh inning to defeat Muskingum 3-2 in the opening game of Tuesday’s non-conference doubleheader.

Bethany Rallies Late to Take 2-1 Win Over Grove City

After being shut out for seven innings, the Bethany College baseball team took advantage of an error to score the tying run and senior Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) singled in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning, as the Bison rallied for a 2-1 victory over visiting Grove City Monday afternoon.

Bethany Bounces Back to Take Split at Grove City

Eight of the nine starters had at least one hit and juniors Dominic Controguerra (Richmond, Ohio/Edison) and Tanner Werkmann (Germantown, Md./Poolesville) drove in two runs each to lead the Bethany College baseball team to a 10-4 victory at Grove City in game two of their PAC doubleheader Saturday.

Bison Edge PAC Leader Saint Vincent 4-2

Junior Zak Kozlowski (Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwin) was sharp over seven innings and two unearned runs in the seventh inning broke the tie and propelled the Bethany College baseball team to a 4-2 victory over Saint Vincent Wednesday afternoon.

Bethany Loses at Thiel in PAC Match-Up

Thiel scored seven runs in the middle innings to blow open Monday’s game and go on to a 10-1 victory over the Bethany College baseball team.

Bison Beat Westminster in Extra Innings to Take PAC Series

Junior Zac Edmiston (California, Pa.) laced a three-run triple to highlight a five-run 11th inning, as the Bethany College baseball team claimed a 7-2 victory at Westminster Sunday to take the PAC series from the Titans.

Bison Baseball Takes Split with Westminster Saturday

The Bethany College baseball team held on for a 7-5 victory in the opening game of Saturday’s doubleheader, but came up short in the nightcap, as Westminster pounded out a 15-11 win in a slugfest to give the teams a split of the PAC twinbill.

Bethany Loses at Pitt-Greensburg in 12-Inning Thriller

The Bethany College baseball team and Pitt-Greensburg locked horns in an old-fashioned pitchers’ duel for over three hours, but an error brought in the winning run in the bottom of the 12th inning, as the Bobcats pulled out a 1-0 victory over the Bison Tuesday afternoon.

Bison Comeback Falls Short in Series Finale Against Thomas More

After trailing by as many as five runs, the Bethany College baseball team brought the winning run to the plate in the bottom of the ninth, but Thomas More managed to get out of the inning and take a 7-5 victory in the series finale between the PAC schools.

Bethany Dealt Pair of Losses by Thomas More

The Bethany College baseball team suffered a pair of losses Saturday to visiting Thomas More, as the Saints claimed 11-2 and 5-1 triumphs at Bethany Park.

Bethany Defeated by LaRoche in Non-Conference Match-up

A six-run fourth inning was the big outburst that propelled LaRoche to a 12-1 victory over the Bethany College baseball team Thursday afternoon in a non-league tilt.

Solid Bethany Pitching Not Enough in Sweep to Thiel

The Bethany College baseball team received solid pitching in both games of Tuesday’s PAC doubleheader with Thiel, but the Tomcats was just a little better as they went home with 3-0 and 3-1 victories over the Bison.

Bison Pick Up Split Against Waynesburg in Home Opener

The Bethany College baseball team scored eight runs in its final two-at-bats Saturday to blow open a tight game and claim an 11-4 victory over Waynesburg in the opener of a PAC doubleheader.

Bethany Loses PAC Game at Waynesburg 5-1

In its first game since returning from Florida, the Bethany College baseball team dropped the opening game of its weekend series with Waynesburg, as the Yellow Jackets scored a 5-1 victory over the Bison Thursday afternoon.

Bethany Splits Hard-Fought Twinbill with Lawrence

Junior Zac Edmiston (right - California, Pa.) stroked a bases-loaded single in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Bethany College baseball team to an 11-10 victory over Lawrence (Wisc.) University in the opening game of Wednesday’s doubleheader in Ft. Myers, Fla.

Bison Baseball Grabs First Win in Florida by Blanking Hilbert

Senior Ryan Styche (Buena Vista, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) threw seven shutout innings and the bullpen kept Hilbert (N.Y.) College scoreless through the final two frames, as the Bethany College baseball team scored an 8-0 triumph Saturday for its first win of the season.

Bison Drop Final Game of PAC Series at #25 W&J

Despite limiting Washington & Jefferson to just three earned runs, two errors by the Bethany College baseball team damaged the Bison’s hopes, as the Presidents scored a 5-1 victory Sunday afternoon in the finale of the three-game PAC series.

Bison Open Season with Two Losses at #25 W&J

The Bethany College baseball team opened the 2013 season Saturday with a stiff test, playing against 25th-ranked Washington & Jefferson and the Presidents proved to be worthy of their lofty ranking by sweeping the twinbilll from the Bison.

Bethany Baseball Eyes Return to PAC Tournament

The Bethany College baseball team enters the 2013 season with high hopes, as six starters in the field and three starting pitchers are back to try to lift the Bison back to the PAC Tournament.

PAC Coaches Predict Bison to Finish 6th in Preseason Baseball Poll

The 2013 PAC Preseason Poll had the Bethany College baseball team in a tie with Westminster for sixth place, according to the balloting conducted among the conference coaches.

Bison Players Recognized by Collegiate Baseball

For the 23rd straight year, the Bethany College baseball team has had players selected by Collegiate Baseball as Players to Watch for the 2013 campaign.

BETHANY’S KUBIS NABS TWO ALL-REGION HONORS

Bethany College junior Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) continued to pull in awards following a standout season, as he was recently named Third Team All-Mideast Region by both D3Baseball.com and the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA).

BISON PLACE THREE ON ALL-PAC BASEBALL TEAMS

Bethany College junior Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) received Second Team All-PAC honors and sophomore Juls Leto (McKees Rocks, Pa./OLSH) and freshman Ryan Meier (Elizabeth, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) earned Honorable Mention status when the all-conference baseball teams were announced Tuesday.

BETHANY’S SEASON COMES TO AN END WITH LOSSES AT THIEL

Two big innings, including a seven-run sixth inning in game one and a six-run fifth inning in game two, helped propel Thiel to a sweep of a PAC doubleheader Saturday afternoon over the Bethany College baseball team by scores of 11-0 and 9-7.

BETHANY TAKE HOME FINALE OVER THIEL 8-6

After losing an early 5-0 lead, the Bethany College baseball team scored two runs in the eighth inning to come away with an 8-6 victory over Thiel in the Bison’s final home game of the season Friday afternoon.

BETHANY’S MEIER NAMED PAC PITCHER OF THE WEEK

After throwing his first collegiate shutout last week, Bethany College freshman Ryan Meier (Elizabeth, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) was named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Pitcher of the Week for April 30.

BETHANY KEEPS PAC HOPES ALIVE WITH WESTMINSTER SWEEP

Behind two superb pitching effort from junior Ryan Styche (Buena Vista, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) and freshman Ryan Meier (Elizabeth, Pa./Elizabeth Forward), the Bethany College baseball team kept its PAC Tournament hopes alive by sweeping Westminster Sunday 3-2 and 3-0.

BISON OUTHIT WESTMINSTER BUT SUFFER 14-4 SETBACK

The Bethany College baseball team had 16 hits compared to Westminster’s 15, but the Titans took better advantage of their opportunities to claim a 14-4 victory over Bison Friday afternoon in the opening game of their PAC series.

LATE ERRORS COST BISON IN 5-4 LOSS

A pair of ninth-inning errors opened the door for Penn State-Fayette to score two runs and come away with a 5-4 victory over the Bethany College baseball team in a non-conference game at Bethany Park Tuesday afternoon.

BISON TAKE TWO IN TRIP TO SAINT VINCENT

After totaling 14 hits in an 11-5 victory in Sunday’s first game, the Bethany College baseball team used strong pitching to take a 4-2 triumph over Saint Vincent and take the PAC series from the Bearcats.

BISON FALL TO SAINT VINCENT IN SHORTENED DOUBLEHEADER

The Bethany College baseball team lost a 9-3 decision Saturday afternoon to visiting Saint Vincent in the opening game of the three-game PAC series between the teams this weekend.

BISON TAKE SPLIT WITH MOUNT ALOYSIUS

After having its offense held in check in a 4-1 loss in game one, the Bethany College baseball team rebounded to take a 9-3 victory in the second game and take a split from its non-conference doubleheader Thursday against Mount Aloysius.

BATS CARRY BISON TO SPLIT AT PITT-GREENSBURG

After totaling 17 hits in a 13-12 loss in game one, the Bethany College baseball team delivered 10 more hits in a 9-6 victory over Pitt-Greensburg to gain a split of the non-conference doubleheader Monday.

BETHANY GAINS SPLIT IN NON-LEAGUE DOUBLEHEADER AT CASE WESTERN

The Bethany College baseball team travelled to Case Western Reserve Saturday and came away with a split, losing game one 7-4 before rebounding to take the second game 6-2.

BISON OFFENSE COMES ALIVE IN TIME TO TAKE SPLIT AT W&J

After being held without a hit through the first four innings of game two, the Bethany College baseball team pushed five runs across in the fifth and added another late to rally for a 6-3 win at Washington & Jefferson to salvage a split of their PAC doubleheader Saturday.

BETHANY LOSES SERIES OPENER TO W&J

Washington & Jefferson totaled 19 hits in claiming a 14-6 victory over the Bethany College baseball team Friday afternoon in the opening game of the three-game PAC series between the teams.

THOMAS MORE TAKES THIRD GAME FROM BISON ON THE DIAMOND

Thomas More scored four runs in the second and fourth innings to take control and go on to a 16-2 victory over the Bethany College baseball team Tuesday afternoon in the third and final game of their PAC series.

BETHANY DROPS TWO CLOSE GAMES AT WAYNESBURG

The Bethany College baseball team lost a pair of tightly-contested games Saturday afternoon at Waynesburg, as the Yellow Jackets pulled out a 5-4 win in eight innings and then a 5-3 triumph in the second game to take the PAC series from the Bison.

BETHANY’S STYCHE THROWS GEM IN WIN OVER WAYNESBURG

Bethany College junior Ryan Styche (Buena Vista, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) held Waynesburg to five hits, as he threw a complete game to lead the Bison to a 9-3 victory over the Yellow Jackets in Friday’s series opening game at Bethany Park.

BETHANY SETTLES FOR SPLIT IN WILD GAMES WITH PSU-BEAVER

A pair of seven-run innings propelled the Bethany College baseball team to a 19-11 win over Penn State-Beaver in game one, but the visitors recovered to take a 15-8 decision over the Bison in the nightcap in a game stopped after 5 1/3 innings due to darkness.

BETHANY’S ZIANTS RECOGNIZED AS PAC HITTER OF THE WEEK

Bethany College junior Chuck Ziants (Moundsville, W.Va./John Marshall) has been named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Hitter of the Week for March 26.

BETHANY DROPS TWO AT THOMAS MORE

The Bethany College baseball team couldn’t overcome a seven-run inning by Thomas More in game one and then had their bats stymied in the second game, as the Saints swept BC 11-7 and 5-1 in a conference twinbill.

BETHANY TAKES GROVE CITY SERIES WITH SATURDAY SPLIT

Freshman Ryan Meier (Elizabeth, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) threw five and two-thirds strong innings and the Bethany College baseball team made his effort stand with four late runs to pull away for a 7-2 win in game two of Saturday’s twinbill with visiting Grove City.

BISON ERUPT LATE IN 12-5 VICTORY AT GROVE CITY

The Bethany College baseball team never trailed in its PAC game at Grove City Friday, as the Bison took a 5-0 lead in the second inning and clinched the win with six runs in the top of the ninth in a 12-5 triumph over the Wolverines.

BETHANY’S OFFENSE COMES ALIVE IN SWEEP OVER PITT-GREENSBURG

The Bethany College baseball team took advantage of numerous opportunities Tuesday to post 25 runs in sweeping a twinbill from visiting Pitt-Greensburg by scores of 13-10 and 12-3.

SHAKY START LEADS TO BISON LOSS IN FINAL FLORIDA GAME

Rutgers-Camden took advantage of wild pitching to score nine runs in the first innings and go on to defeat the Bethany College baseball team 12-3 Friday in the Bison’s final game of their Florida trip.

BETHANY LOSES TWO TO DELAWARE VALLEY

The Bethany College baseball team fell to 1-4 on the season with a pair of losses Thursday in Florida to Delaware Valley. That leaves the Bison with only one more game on its spring break trip, which will be Friday at 12:30 p.m. against Rutgers-Camden.

BISON LEAD SLIPS AWAY AS GENEVA TAKES SWEEP IN FLORIDA

The Bethany College baseball team lost two late leads in the second game, as Geneva rallied to sweep a twinbill from the Bison by scores of 7-3 and 8-7 Monday to complete their PAC series in Fort Pierce, Florida.

PITCHING KEYS BETHANY’S 4-3 OPENING WIN OVER GENEVA

Three Bethany College pitchers limited Geneva to four hits, including one through the final seven innings, as the Bison came away with a 4-3 victory over the Golden Tornadoes Saturday.

BETHANY BASEBALL PRIMED FOR START OF NEW SEASON

The Bethany Bison baseball team is hungry to start the 2012 campaign when they travel to Fort Pierce, Florida March 10th to start the season against conference opponent Geneva.

BISON PLAYERS RECOGNIZED BY COLLEGIATE BASEBALL

The Bethany College baseball team has had two players selected by Collegiate Baseball as Players to Watch for the 2012 campaign.

TRIO OF BISON RECOGNIZED WITH ALL-PAC DISTINCTION

Bethany College senior Tyler Dillinger (McKeesport, Pa.) and sophomore Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) were named First Team All-PAC and junior T.J. Zarewicz (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Hills) earned Second Team when the all-conference teams were released Tuesday.

BETHANY DROPS SEASON FINALE WITH 5-2 LOSS TO WESTMINSTER

Westminster made five early runs stand, as the Titans held on for a 5-2 victory over the Bethany College baseball team Sunday afternoon in the Bison’s season finale at Bethany Park.

LATE SURGES PUSH THIEL TO SWEEP OVER BISON

Thiel used three-run outbursts in the fifth inning of both ends of Saturday’s doubleheader with the Bethany College baseball team to pull out 9-5 and 6-5 victories at Bethany Park.

BISON TAKE GAME ONE OF THIEL SERIES WITH 11-4 WIN

With the top four batters in the order totaling 11 hits and scoring seven runs and senior Zac Grayson (McKeesport, Pa./South Allegheny) throwing seven strong innings, the Bethany College baseball team claimed the opening game of its conference series with Thiel Friday by an 11-4 score.

SLOPPY PLAY SINKS BISON IN 8-7 LOSS AT FRANCISCAN

Franciscan (Ohio) University, playing in its final game in program history, scored five unearned runs, including each of its last two to rally for an 8-7 victory over the Bethany College baseball team Thursday night at Vaccaro Field in Steubenville.

BETHANY PLACES TWO ON ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT TEAMS

Bethany College senior Eric Fudala (Uniontown, Pa./Laurel Highlands) and sophomore Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) have been voted to the Capital One Academic All-District II Second Team in Baseball by the College Sports Information Directors (CoSIDA).

DILLINGER SETS HITS RECORD IN BETHANY’S SPLIT WITH PITT-GREENSBURG

After senior Mike Muklewicz (Bridgeport, Ohio) threw a complete game four-hitter in a 9-1 opening game win, senior Tyler Dillinger (McKeesport, Pa.) broke the school’s all-time hits record, but the Bethany College baseball team settled for a split after dropping a 16-9 decision in game two against Pitt-Greensburg Wednesday.

BISON LOSE A PAIR AT WESTMINSTER

Although freshman RF Dylan Wassel (Elizabeth, Pa./Elizabeth Forward) went 3-for-3 with a home run in the first game, the Bethany College baseball team dropped a 6-3 decision at Westminster and the Titans completed the sweep with an 8-0 victory in game two.

BETHANY FALTERS LATE IN WILD LOSS TO GENEVA

Down to its final strike, Geneva climbed back from the brink to score four times in the ninth inning and pull out a 16-14 victory over the Bethany College baseball team Thursday afternoon in a thriller at Bethany Park.

BISON PULL OUT EXTRA-INNING WIN OVER FRANCISCAN

After hitting a leadoff double, junior DH Alex Evans (Washington, Pa.) scored the winning run on an error to give the Bethany College baseball a 4-3 victory in nine innings over visiting Franciscan Tuesday afternoon at Bethany Park.

BETHANY HELD TO ONE RUN IN LOSSES AT SAINT VINCENT

The Bethany College baseball team was limited to one run and seven hits in dropping a doubleheader at Saint Vincent Monday by scores of 4-0 and 4-1.

BISON OFFENSE STYMIED IN LOSSES AT GENEVA

Playing just its fourth and fifth games in the last 13 days, the Bethany College baseball team dropped both ends of a doubleheader Saturday at Geneva by scores of 11-4 and 2-1.

BETHANY DROPS SERIES OPENER TO SAINT VINCENT

An early 5-0 deficit proved to be too much for the Bethany College baseball team to overcome, as the Bison lost the opener of the three-game conference set with Saint Vincent by an 8-5 count Thursday at Bethany Park.

BETHANY TAKES SERIES WITH GROVE CITY AFTER SPLIT SUNDAY

Sophomore Zak Kozlowski (Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwin) struck out nine and allowed just one earned run over six innings to help the Bethany College baseball team defeat Grove City 4-3 in the nightcap of the doubleheader Sunday at Cene Park in Struthers, Ohio.

BETHANY LOSES SERIES FINALE AT W&J

Washington & Jefferson scored eight runs in the middle three innings to pull away for a 9-3 victory Sunday afternoon over the Bethany College baseball team in the final game of the three-game series between the teams.

BETHANY’S KUBIS SETS SAVES RECORD IN BISON SPLIT WITH W&J

Bethany College sophomore Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) broke the school’s career saves record as he nailed down the Bison’s 4-1 victory in game one of Saturday’s twinbill against Washington & Jefferson Saturday.

BISON UPSET BID FALLS SHORT AT #23 THOMAS MORE

The Bethany College baseball team battled 23rd-ranked Thomas More down to the very last out, but the Bison’s hopes of upsetting the Saints came up a run short in a 15-14 loss Wednesday afternoon.

BETHANY’S DILLINGER EARNS PAC HITTER OF THE WEEK

After batting nearly .600 in three games last week, Bethany College senior centerfielder Tyler Dillinger (McKeesport, Pa.) was chosen as the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Hitter of the Week for April 4.

BETHANY KNOCKS OFF GROVE CITY BEHIND 8TH INNING RALLY

Junior 1B Nate Tieman (Hilliard, Ohio/Hilliard Darby) had four RBIs, including a two-run single in a five-run eighth inning that pushed the Bethany College baseball team to a 9-6 victory over Grove City Friday at Bethany Park.

BETHANY LOSES A PAIR TO #19 THOMAS MORE

The Bethany College baseball team could not overcome a nine-run second inning in the first game and then were stymied by Thomas More ace Paul Uhl in the nightcap, as the Bison were swept by the 19th-ranked Saints 14-5 and 5-2.

BETHANY AND WAYNESBURG SPLIT PAC TWINBILL SATURDAY

After rallying from a four-run deficit late in the first game to force extra innings, sophomore 3B Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) lined a two-run game-winning single to send the Bethany College baseball team to a 7-6 win in 10 innings in the opening game of a PAC twinbill against Waynesburg.

BISON LOSE IN PAC OPENER AT WAYNESBURG 4-1

The Bethany College baseball team’s offense was as cold as the weather outside in suffering a 4-1 loss at Waynesburg Friday in the PAC opener for both schools.

BETHANY WINS FIRST GAME UP NORTH 7-2

Junior catcher T.J. Zarewicz (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Hills) went 4-for-4 with a home run and six Bethany College pitchers limited Penn State-Beaver to just five hits, as the Bison scored a 7-2 victory in their first game since returning from Florida.

LATE RALLY BOOSTS BISON TO 8-5 VICTORY OVER DELAWARE VALLEY

The Bethany College baseball team completed its trip to Florida by scoring five runs in the seventh inning to rally for an 8-5 triumph over Delaware Valley Friday, giving the Bison a 4-2 record on their southern swing.

SLOPPY PLAY SINKS BISON IN 8-5 LOSS TO HILBERT

Five errors and 10 walks were too much for the Bethany College baseball team to overcome, as it dropped an 8-5 decision to Hilbert (N.Y.) College Thursday afternoon in Fort Pierce, Fla.

BETHANY’S GRAYSON THROWS SHUTOUT IN WIN OVER EARLHAM

Bethany College senior Zac Grayson (McKeesport, Pa./South Allegheny) threw his first career shutout Wednesday in a 4-0 Bison blanking of Earlham (Ind.) College in Fort Pierce, Fla.

BISON TAKE SPLIT WITH EARLHAM IN FLORIDA

In a tightly-contested doubleheader Sunday afternoon in Fort Pierce, the Bethany College baseball team and Earlham (Ind.) College settled for a split, with the Bison squeezing out a 1-0 victory in the opener and the Quakers escaping with a 3-2 triumph in the nightcap.

BISON OPEN NEW SEASON BY BESTING SUSQUEHANNA 9-5

Paced by four hits from junior RF Anthony Packer (River Vale, N.J./Pascack Valley Regional) and three hits and three RBIs from sophomore 3B Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell), the Bethany College baseball team scored a 9-5 victory over Susquehanna in the team’s season opener down in Fort Pierce, Fla.

BISON SEEKING BID TO PAC TOURNAMENT IN 2011

The 2011 season will start with high optimism for the Bethany baseball team, who went 21-18 and are coming off an ECAC bid a year ago. When the Bison travel to Fort Pierce, Fla., to start their season Sept. 12 against Susquehanna, the focus will be getting to the PAC Tournament.

BISON PLAYERS RECOGNIZED BY COLLEGIATE BASEBALL

The Bethany College baseball team, fresh off a 21-win season and a trip to the ECAC Championships, had four players selected by Collegiate Baseball as Players to Watch for the 2011 campaign

BETHANY’S LEASURE GRABS SECOND TEAM ALL-ECAC SOUTH REGION HONORS

After finishing his final season with the school’s single-season and career home records, Bethany senior Chris Leasure (Stafford, Ohio/Monroe Central) was voted Second Team ECAC All-South Region.

BETHANY’S KUBIS NAMED ALL-AMERICAN BY D3BASEBALL.COM

After putting together a record-breaking season, Bethany College freshman 3B Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) was chosen as a Third Team All-American by the national web site D3Baseball.com, which announced its All-American teams Wednesday morning.

BISON FALL TO WESLEY IN ECAC TOURNAMENT

The Bethany College baseball team was eliminated from the ECAC South Region Tournament semifinals Saturday with a 12-2 loss at top-seed and host Wesley College.

BETHANY ADVANCES IN ECAC’S WITH 7-6 WALK-OFF WIN

Sophomore catcher T.J. Zarewicz (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Hills) lined a two-out RBI single in the bottom of the ninth to give the Bethany College baseball team a 7-6 victory over Penn State-Altoona in the ECAC South Region Tournament quarterfinals Thursday afternoon at Bethany Park.

CARVER, THREE BISON TOP ALL-PAC BASEBALL TEAMS

The All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) baseball teams were released Tuesday and the Bethany College program was well represented with three players earning all-conference recognition and head coach Rick Carver being tabbed as the league’s Coach of the Year.

BETHANY BASEBALL EARNS ECAC TOURNAMENT HOME GAME

After finishing the regular season with a 20-17 record, the Bethany College baseball team was rewarded with a bid to the ECAC South Region Tournament and will open up play Wednesday when they host Penn State-Altoona at Bethany Park, with first pitch scheduled for 2 p.m.

BETHANY KEEPS PAC HOPES ALIVE WITH 7-6 WIN

The Bethany College baseball team fought back from an early 5-0 deficit to knock off Grove City 7-6 Friday at Bethany Park, which kept their hopes alive for a berth in next week’s PAC Tournament.

LOSSES AT GROVE CITY COST BISON PAC TOURNEY SPOT

Grove City denied the Bethany College baseball team a berth in the PAC Tournament by sweeping the Bison in a twinbill Monday by scores of 8-5 and 11-9, which closed BC’s regular season with an overall record of 20-17 and a PAC mark of 6-12.

BETHANY’S KOCHMAN NAMED PAC PITCHER OF THE WEEK

Bethany College junior Mike Kochman (Pittsburgh, Pa./Serra Catholic) has been selected as the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Pitcher of the Week for May 10.

HUGE RALLY GIVES BETHANY SPLIT WITH WESTMINSTER

Sophomore catcher T.J. Zarewicz (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Hills) belted a two-run home run to cap off a seven-run fifth inning, which the Bethany College baseball team used to erase a six-run deficit and claim a 7-6 game one victory over visiting Westminster Friday at sun-splashed Bethany Park.

LATE SURGE GIVES BISON 13-2 WIN AT PENN STATE-FAYETTE

Already ahead by four runs, the Bethany College baseball team (18-13) pushed in five more in the eighth inning and a pair in the ninth to pull away for a 13-2 non-conference victory at Penn State-Fayette Tuesday afternoon.

SAINT VINCENT OUTLASTS BISON FOR 10-9 DECISION

After a two-run lead slipped away, the Bethany College baseball nearly rallied back but fell just short in dropping a 10-9 contest to visiting Saint Vincent Wednesday, which gave the Bearcats two out of the three games in the series.

BETHANY’S LEASURE EARNS PAC AND ECAC HONORS

After posting a huge week at the plate, Bethany senior RF/DH Chris Leasure (Stafford, Ohio/ Monroe Central) was selected as the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) ECAC South Region Hitter of the Week for April 19.

BETHANY LOSES SERIES OPENER AT WESTMINSTER

The Bethany College baseball team opened its three-game PAC series at Westminster Friday with a 10-6 loss in New Wilmington, which dropped the Bison’s record to 17-13 overall and 4-9 in the PAC.

BISON FALL TO THOMAS MORE IN SERIES FINALE

The Bethany College baseball team held an early 2-0 lead, but Thomas More scored nine runs between the third and fifth innings to come away with a 10-4 victory over the Bison in the finale of their three-game set at Bethany Park.

BISON SPLIT WILD TWINBILL AT SAINT VINCENT

After falling in the opener 7-6 in the bottom of the seventh, the Bethany College baseball team nearly lost a 10-run lead in the nightcap, but recovered in time to pull out a 17-14 victory and gain a split at Saint Vincent.

LEASURE’S 4 HOMERS KEY BISON SPLIT WITH THOMAS MORE

After belting a pair of solo home runs in a 12-6 game one loss, senior RF Chris Leasure (Stafford, Ohio/Monroe Central) blasted two more long balls in the nightcap to help lead the Bethany College baseball to an 11-7 victory over Thomas More and gain a split of Saturday’s doubleheader.

BETHANY RIDES OFFENSE TO SWEEP OVER FRANCISCAN

After scoring 26 runs in a sweep over Pitt-Greensburg Monday, the Bethany College baseball team scored 30 times, including 14 runs in one inning in game two, to claim a pair of wins over Franciscan Wednesday by scores of 11-3 and 19-16, which ran their winning streak to five games.

BISON POUND OUT SWEEP OVER PITT-GREENSBURG

The Bethany College baseball team pounded out 26 runs on 27 hits as they picked up a sweep on the road Monday night over Pitt-Greensburg by scores of 14-4 and 12-11.

KUBIS SETS SAVES MARK AS BISON SPLIT AT WAYNESBURG

Freshman Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) earned his eighth save of the year to break the school’s single-season record in the Bethany College baseball team’s 7-5 win over Waynesburg in the second game of Saturday’s doubleheader.

ERRORS COSTLY IN BISON’S LOSS TO WAYNESBURG

A two-out error in the sixth inning led to five unearned runs and Waynesburg (8-13, 4-6) went on to pull away for a 17-6 victory over the Bethany College baseball team (10-8, 2-5) Friday in the opener of a three-game PAC series.

BETHANY WALKS OFF WITH 9-8 WIN OVER THIEL

Senior Chris Leasure (Stafford, Ohio/Monroe Central) broke the school’s career home run record, but it took a passed ball in the bottom of the ninth to give the Bison a 9-8 victory over visiting Thiel Wednesday afternoon.

LEASURE TIES HOME RUN RECORD BUT BISON SWEPT BY CASE

Senior Chris Leasure (Stafford, Ohio/Monroe Central) clubbed his 18th career home run to tie the school record, but the Bethany College baseball team’s seventh-inning rally fell a run short, as Case Western Reserve completed their sweep of Monday’s twinbill by scores of 14-8 and 4-3.

BISON SWEPT BY DEFENDING PAC CHAMPION W&J

The Bethany College baseball team was swept by defending league champion Washington & Jefferson Saturday at home, which dropped their record to 9-5 overall and 1-4 in the PAC.

BETHANY LOSES FIRST SERIES GAME AT W&J

The Bethany College baseball team was tied with Washington & Jefferson through 4 ½ innings, but the Presidents erupted for 10 runs in the next two frames to pull away for a 15-6 victory Friday evening in Washington in the opening game of their three-game PAC series.

BETHANY OPENS PAC PLAY WITH SPLIT AT THIEL

The Bethany College baseball team opened PAC play Tuesday by splitting a twinbill at Thiel, as they nipped the Tomcats 5-4 in the opener before being shutout in the nightcap 5-0, which snapped a five-game Bison winning streak.

BISON CONTINUE EARLY SEASON SUCCESS WITH SWEEP OVER GENEVA

The Bethany College baseball team improved to 8-1 on the young season after they beat visiting Geneva by scores of 4-2 and 6-3 Saturday afternoon in the Bison’s home opener at Bethany Park to finish off a sweep of the three-game weekend series.

LATE-INNING SURGE PUSHES BISON TO 10-8 VICTORY

The Bethany College baseball team rallied from a 6-1 deficit with five runs in the seventh and four more in the eighth inning to claim a 10-8 triumph at Geneva in the opening game of their three-game series Friday.

BETHANY’S KUBIS RECOGNIZED BY PAC

After leading the team to a 5-1 record over spring break last week, Bethany College freshman Brad Kubis (Aliquippa, Pa./Hopewell) was selected as the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Baseball Hitter of the Week for March 22.

BETHANY HANGS ON FOR 8-6 WIN TO CLOSE OUT FLORIDA TRIP

The Bethany College baseball team built a 7-0 lead and used four double plays, including two in the final two innings, to hold on for an 8-6 triumph over Delaware Valley Friday in the final game of their spring break trip.

BETHANY SUFFERS FIRST DEFEAT OF THE SEASON

Mount St. Vincent scored five runs in each of the first two innings and went on to a 12-2 victory over the Bethany College baseball team Thursday in Ft. Pierce, Fla., the first loss of the year for the Bison (4-1).

BISON POST TWO MORE WINS TO IMPROVE TO 4-0

The Bethany College baseball team improved to 4-0 with two more wins Wednesday, as they defeated Earlham 6-4 and held on for an 8-7 triumph over Manhattanville.

BETHANY BASEBALL SWEEPS EARLHAM TO OPEN SEASON

Sophomore T.J. Zarewicz (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Hills) threw a complete game in the opener and sophomore 1B Nate Tieman (Hilliard, Ohio/Hilliard Darby) had two hits and three RBIs in the nightcap to lead the Bethany College baseball team to 5-2 and 10-4 victories over Earlham Monday in the Bison’s season opening contests in Ft. Pierce, Fla.

BISON BASEBALL READIES FOR 2010 SEASON

When the 2010 season opens for the Bethany College baseball team March 9 against Denison at Chillicothe, Ohio, the focus will be on the Bison returning to the PAC Tournament and a chance at competing for the conference title.

PAIR OF BISON RECOGNIZED BY COLLEGIATE BASEBALL

For the 20th consecutive season, members of the Bethany baseball team have been selected by Collegiate Baseball as Players to Watch, with junior OF Tyler Dillinger (McKeesport, Pa.) and sophomore 1B Nate Tieman (Hilliard, Ohio/Hilliard Darby) earning the recognition.

BETHANY’S DILLINGER NAMED SECOND TEAM ALL-PAC

Bethany sophomore centerfielder Tyler Dillinger (McKeesport, PA/McKeesport) was named Second Team All-PAC when the league office announced the all-conference teams Tuesday.

BISON CLOSE SEASON WITH 11-8 LOSS TO PITT-GREENSBURG

Pitt-Greensburg scored three times in the ninth inning to break an 8-8 tie and come away with an 11-8 victory over the Bethany baseball team to close out the Bison’s season.

GROVE CITY BEATS BISON FOR SPOT IN PAC TOURNAMENT

The Bethany baseball team lost a 12-8 decision at Grove City Monday afternoon, which clinched a berth in this weekend’s PAC Baseball Tournament for the Wolverines.

GROVE CITY GRABS A PAIR FROM BETHANY

The Bethany baseball team dropped both ends of a PAC doubleheader Saturday afternoon to visiting Grove City, as the Wolverines scored 5-0 and 9-8 wins.

BISON LOSE ONE GAME TO LAROCHE, ONE TO RAIN

The Bethany baseball team suffered a 15-1 setback to visiting LaRoche Tuesday afternoon at Bethany Park in the front end of a non-conference doubleheader.

BETHANY LOSES TWO AT RANKED FREDONIA STATE

The Bethany baseball team battled regionally-ranked Fredonia State through a pair of tough games Sunday, but the Blue Devils came away with 6-5 and 10-6 victories over the Bison.

PSU-BEHREND ERUPTS IN WIN OVER BISON

Although sophomore CF Tyler Dillinger (McKeesport, Pa.) went 3-for-5 and scored twice, the Bethany baseball team was done in by Penn State Behrend scoring six runs or more in three different innings in a 28-5 Lions’ win.

MISSED CHANCES SINK BISON IN 12-7 LOSS

Although they posted a 19-14 advantage in hits, the Bethany baseball team couldn’t overcome 11 stranded runners in dropping a 12-7 decision at Saint Vincent Thursday afternoon.

LEAD SLIPS AWAY LATE AS BISON LOSE TWO AT MUSKINGUM

After losing in the first game 9-1, the Bethany baseball team saw a 4-2 lead slip away in the seventh and they dropped a 6-5 eight-inning decision in game two at Muskingum Tuesday afternoon.

BISON OUTSLUG WESTMINSTER FOR 14-13 WIN

Sophomore CF Tyler Dillinger (McKeesport, Pa.) hit a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Bethany baseball team a 14-13 victory over Westminster Sunday in a PAC slugfest at Bethany Park.

BETHANY GAINS FIRST PAC WIN WITH SPLIT AT WESTMINSTER

The Bethany baseball team broke into the win column in PAC play Saturday by splitting a doubleheader at Westminster, as the Bison took game one 6-4 before falling 7-4 in the second.

BISON FALL TWICE TO VISITING SAINT VINCENT

The Bethany baseball team lost both ends of a doubleheader Thursday to visiting Saint Vincent by scores of 14-3 and 8-3.

BETHANY BATS STYMIED IN SERIES AT THOMAS MORE

The Bethany baseball team dropped all three games in a rare PAC tripleheader at Thomas More Saturday, who posted victories of 8-2, 4-0 and 7-2.

BISON RALLY FROM DEFICIT BUT LOSE LEAD LATE IN 10-8 LOSS

After trailing 6-0 following the first inning, the Bethany baseball team battled back to take the lead, but Waynesburg scored four times in the last of the eighth to pull out a 10-8 triumph over the Bison Wednesday at Mylan Park in Morgantown.

BISON LOSE TWO AT CASE WESTERN

Despite freshman Chad Stephen (Barnesville, Ohio) going 2-for-3 in both games, the Bethany baseball team’s offense could not get untracked against Case Western Reserve, who swept the doubleheader 3-0 and 11-0

BISON TAKEN DOWN BY WAYNESBURG IN SWEEP

The Bethany baseball team was swept in a PAC doubleheader Saturday by visiting Waynesburg, as the Yellow Jackets claimed wins of 9-2 and 12-7.

BISON FALL IN THE 9TH AT THIEL 7-6

The Bethany baseball team took Thiel (16-5, 8-1) down to the wire Wednesday, but the Tomcats scored once in the bottom of the ninth inning to come away with a 7-6 victory.

BETHANY DROPS SERIES FINALE TO W&J

The Bethany baseball team lost the third game of their conference series with Washington & Jefferson Monday by a score of 27-2.

BETHANY FALLS TWICE AT W&J

A late rally fell just short in game one and Washington & Jefferson scored six times in the fourth inning to pull away and record a sweep over the Bethany baseball team Saturday by scores of 8-7 and 11-5.

BISON DROP A PAIR TO THIEL TO OPEN PAC PLAY

The Bethany baseball team started PAC play Tuesday on a down note, as 20th-ranked Thiel swept a twinbill at Bethany Park by scores of 10-5 and 9-0.

BETHANY PITCHING TURNS WILD IN LOSS TO UW-SUPERIOR

Senior OF Mark Cummins (Manahawkin, N.J./Southern Regional) and sophomore CF Tyler Dillinger (McKeesport, Pa.) both had three hits, but the Bethany pitching staff’s wildness proved costly in a 12-5 loss to Wisconsin-Superior Friday in the Bison’s final game of their spring break trip.

BISON DEFENSE FALTERS IN LOSS TO DELAWARE VALLEY

The Bethany baseball team made three errors in a five-run second inning, which opened the door for Delaware Valley to pull away for a 12-0 victory over the Bison Thursday afternoon.

BISON BATS ERUPT IN 18-10 VICTORY

Junior Chris Leasure (Stafford, Ohio/Monroe Central) belted two home runs and had seven RBIs to lead the Bethany baseball team to an 18-10 triumph over Mount St. Vincent Wednesday afternoon in Florida.

SIXTH INNING DOOMS BISON AGAIN AGAINST GENEVA

For the third time in three games, the sixth inning proved to the Bethany baseball team’s undoing, as Geneva scored six times that frame to blow open a one-run game and pull away for a 13-3 victory over BC in the finale of their three-game series in Florida.

BISON FALL VICTIM TO GENEVA’S SUMNER IN OPENER

The Bethany baseball team’s season opening doubleheader was spoiled by an outstanding day from Geneva’s Derek Sumner, who hit a grand slam to spark a 6-5 Golden Tornado win in game two after he pitched a complete game in a 14-1 triumph in the opener.

YOUNG BISON AIMING TO IMPROVE IN 2009

A dismal 2008 season which saw Bison Baseball fall far beneath the program’s normal standards is history and a youthful 2009 squad looks earnestly in anticipation to the challenges that lie ahead for the upcoming season.

THREE BISON HONORED BY COLLEGIATE BASEBALL

Three Bethany College baseball players were recently selected by Collegiate Baseball as Players to Watch for the 2009 season, marking the 19th straight season the national publication has recognized Bison players.

BETHANY’S LEASURE EARNS FIRST TEAM ALL-PAC

Bethany College sophomore Chris Leasure (Stafford, Ohio/Monroe Central) was named First Team All-PAC by the coaches of the conference Monday.

BETHANY SEASON ENDS WITH LOSSES AT THIEL

The Bethany College baseball team’s season came to a close Sunday with two losses at Thiel by scores of 8-4 and 17-6.

SENIORS STAR IN BETHANY'S 17-2 WIN OVER FRANCISCAN

The four seniors who were playing in their final home game Thursday afternoon for the Bethany College baseball team combined for 10 hits, seven RBIs and seven runs scored to lead the Bison to a 17-2 victory over Franciscan (Ohio) University.

BISON COME UP SHORT AGAINST MARIETTA

The Bethany College baseball team battled back from an early five-run deficit but came up on the short end of a 9-7 decision at Marietta (Ohio) College Tuesday night.

BETHANY LOSES TWO AT PAC-LEADING THOMAS MORE

The Bethany College baseball team held early leads in both games against Thomas More Saturday, but couldn’t hold off the PAC-leading Saints, who rallied for 7-3 and 14-6 victories over the Bison.

BETHANY SETTLES FOR 13-13 TIE WITH CAPITAL

Despite belting four home runs, the Bethany College baseball team was forced to settle for a 13-13 tie with visiting Capital (Ohio) University Thursday afternoon, as the game was called after nine innings because of darkness.

W&J SWEEPS A PAIR FROM BETHANY

The Bethany College baseball team ran into a red-hot hitting Washington & Jefferson squad Tuesday afternoon at Bethany Park, as the Presidents scored 15-5 and 15-4 triumphs over the Bison.

BISON TAKE ONE OF TWO AT LAKE ERIE

One day after scoring six runs in the last inning to beat Westminster, the Bethany College baseball team plated five runs in the sixth inning to rally for a 12-9 victory at Lake Erie (Ohio) College in game one of a non-conference doubleheader Sunday afternoon.

BIG BISON RALLY NETS SPLIT WITH WESTMINSTER

Junior Milton Joyner (Pittsburgh, Pa./Westinghouse) capped a six-run ninth-inning rally by scoring on a throwing error to give the Bethany College baseball team an 8-7 victory over visiting Westminster and earn a split of Saturday’s PAC twinbill.
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