Sept. 1 – Bethany, W. Va. – T.J. Solomon started her senior season in spectacular fashion, scoring two goals and adding an assist in Bethany’s 3-2 win in double overtime against the College of Wooster. The win marked the first time since the field hockey program was rebooted in 2012 that the Bison won their opener.
Aug 26. – BETHANY, W. Va. - The Bethany College Field Hockey team has come a long way since rebooting the program in 2012. In each of the past three seasons, the Bison have doubled their total number of wins and will look to continue that trend as they enter the 2015 campaign.
June 24 – ATLANTA, Ga. – Bethany College Director of Athletics Brian Rose announced Wednesday that the school will be joining the Southern Athletic Association as an affiliated member in the sport of field hockey beginning in the 2016 season.
Oct. 25 – BETHANY, W. Va. – Posting their highest scoring total of the season, as well as their third shutout of the year, the Bethany College field hockey program defeated Transylvania University, 4-0, on Saturday afternoon.
Oct. 14 – WOOSTER, Ohio – Despite a two-goal effort from sophomore Latisha Cuffee (Virginia Beach, Va./Green Run), the Bethany College field hockey squad suffered a 4-2 loss at the College of Wooster on Wednesday evening.
Sept. 15 – BETHANY, W.Va. - The Bethany College field hockey program has announced that it will be hosting a fall skills clinic in conjunction with the College’s Green & White Day on the campus of Bethany College on Saturday, Oct. 4.
Sept. 5 – BETHANY, W.Va. – The Bethany College Bison field hockey team grabbed their first triumph of the season, defeating Wilson College, 2-0. The victory also marks the first under new head coach Kylie Hrehor and the program’s first shutout since returning in 2011.
Oct. 14- DANVILLE, Ky.- Sophomores Courtney Gill (Little Egg Harbor, N.J./Pinelands Regional) and Taylor Solomon (Beltsville, Md./Elizabeth Seton) each scored their third goal of the season but the Bethany College field hockey team fell, 6-2, at Centre College on Monday afternoon.
Sept. 29- BALTIMORE, Md.- The Bethany College field hockey team scored five unanswered goals after a 1-1 tie, as it defeated Notre Dame (Md.), 6-1, for its first win of the season on Sunday afternoon at Alumnae Field.
August 31 – Richmond, Ind. – The Bethany College field hockey program will have to wait another day to get in their first official game of the season as their match with Earlham College was postponed mid-game and subsequently cancelled due to poor weather conditions.
Bethany College freshman Jackie Harrison (Massapequa Park, N.Y./Massapequa) finished her first season as the starting goalie for the Bison field hockey team as the Division III leader in saves per game.
Wooster scored three times in a span of 1:22 en route to scoring eight first-half goals and the Scots went on to a 9-1 victory over the Bethany College field hockey team Sunday in the Bison’s final contest of the season.
The Bethany College field hockey team posted its second-highest shot total of the year and sophomore Kadie Kelly (Royal Oak, Md./St. Michael’s) scored her first goal of the season, but the Bison would fall to visiting Earlham (Ind.) College 6-1 in the final home game of the campaign.
Although the Bethany College field hockey team was defeated at Frostburg State (Md.) University 11-0 Saturday, the story of the game was the play of Bison freshman goalie Jacqueline Harrison (Massapequa Park, N.Y./Massapequa).
Led by 25 saves from freshman goalie Jacqueline Harrison (Massapequa Park, N.Y./Massapequa), the Bethany College field hockey team played one of its best defensive games of the season, but visiting Wilson (Pa.) College scored just enough to take a 3-0 victory Monday night.
Freshman goalie Jacqueline Harrison (Massapequa Park, N.Y./Massepequa) made 30 saves Sunday at Kenyon, but the Ladies managed to get five shots behind her and the Bethany College field hockey team suffered a 5-1 loss.
Freshman Kaitlin Perch (Hackettstown, N.J.) scored the game-winning goal in overtime, as the Bethany College field hockey team won its first game since returning to varsity status with a 2-1 victory over Transylvania (Ky.) University Sunday morning in the consolation game of the Frostburg State Tournament.
Freshman Courtney Gill (Little Egg Harbor, N.J./Pinelands Regional) scored her first collegiate goal, but it was the only score for the Bethany College field hockey team in a 10-1 loss Thursday night to visiting Washington & Jefferson in the home opener at Bison Stadium.