Nov. 22 - SWIM at Gallaudet (M - W 144-93, W - W 128-98), WBB at Baldwin Wallace (L, 78-39), FB at ECAC SE Bowl (at Stevenson - L, 29-7), MBB vs Heidelberg (W, 78-68)
Junior Donavan Hayden posted a game high 16 tackles in Bethany's 29-7 loss at the hands of Stevenson University on Saturday. The game marked the sixth-straight contest to end the season in which Hayden posted at least 10 tackles. Hayden finished the year with 110 tackles, the most by any Bison since Tim Goetz notched 120 in 2005. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

Sophomore Tyler Ambush led the Bethany offense in a 29-7 loss to Stevenson on Saturday in the ECAC Southeast Bowl. Ambush posted a career-high 10 catches for 89 yards and a touchdown. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography).

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Bison Football Falls To Stevenson In ECAC Southeast Bowl

Nov. 22 – OWINGS MILLS, Md. – For the first time since the 1980 campaign, the Bethany College football team competed in post-season action. Things did not go the Bison’s way, however, as the Green & White fell, 29-7, to Stevenson University in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Southeast Bowl on Saturday afternoon.

Bison Football ECAC Southeast Bowl Preview

Nov. 19 - BETHANY, W. Va. - For the first time since the 1980 season, the Bethany College football team will play a post-season contest, as they will travel to Owings Mills, Md. for a contest with Stevenson University in the ECAC Southeast Bowl. Full game notes can be viewed below.

Bison Football Places 15 On All-PAC Teams

Nov. 17 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – Following a 6-4 regular season mark, the best since the 2001 campaign, the Bethany College football team saw 15 of its members earn All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) distinction, announced the conference office following voting by the league coaches on Monday. Led by PAC Defensive Player of the Year, Nadim Raddar (Laurel, Md./Old Mill), the Bison placed four on the first-team list, three earned second-team laurels and eight were named honorable mention selections.