12/2: WBB at St. Vincent (5:30 PM), MBB at St. Vincent (7:30 PM); 12/4: TRACK at YSU Icebreaker (3 PM); 12/5: SWIM vs Hiram (1 PM), WBB vs Thiel (2 PM), MBB vs Thiel (4 PM)
Junior Donavan Hayden tied a season high with 16 tackles in Bethany's 35-27 win over Saint Vincent College on Saturday afternoon. With his tackles, Hayden has now totaled 109 on the season, becoming just the second Bison in school history to post 100+ tackles in back-to-back seasons (Dan Rovira). Hayden also posted 2.0 tackles for loss in the victory, helping the Bison win third-consecutive victory. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

Senior Lincon Reyes helped the Bison to a 35-27 win over Saint Vincent College on Saturday. In the win, Reyes threw for four touchdowns in the victory, completing 14 passes for 186 yards. With his touchdown total, Reyes set the Bethany single-season record (24), breaking Matt Grimard's 2012 mark of 23. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

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Bison Football Honored with 16 All-Conference Selections

Nov. 16 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – Led by first-team selections, seniors Eric Blinn (Beaver, Pa./Western Beaver) and Nadim Raddar (Laurel, Md./Old Mill), as well as junior Aaron Frye (Vandergrift, Pa./Kiski), the Bethany College football team was awarded with 16 All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference honors, announced the PAC on Tuesday afternoon.

Strong Fourth Quarter Lifts Bison Football Over Saint Vincent

Nov. 14 – Latrobe, Pa. – The Bethany College football team earned their third-straight victory, defeating Saint Vincent College, 35-27, on Saturday afternoon. The Bison scored 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to defeat the Bearcats and become ECAC Bowl eligible for the second-straight season.

Bison Football to Travel to Saint Vincent for Regular Season Finale

Nov. 12 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College football team will look to close out the regular season with a three-game winning streak as they travel to Latrobe, Pa. on Saturday to take on the Bearcats of Saint Vincent College. A win for the Green & White would move Bethany back to the .500 mark, making the Bison ECAC Bowl eligible for the second year in a row.