8/29-30 - VB at Mount Union Tourny (W, 3-1 vs. St. Mary's; W, 3-0 vs. Lawrence ), FH vs. Goucher (L, 3-0); 8/30 - XC at Muskingum (10 AM), MSOC vs. Wooster (at Marietta - 1 PM)
Sophomore Khallid Pierce and the Bison defense are looking to have a big season. Last year, Pierce ranked fourth in the Presidents' Athletic Conference in tackles for loss (12) and fifth in sacks (7). (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Junior receiver Eric Blinn and the Bison offense will look to build upon last year's historic success. Blinn, a First-Team All-PAC receiver, finished the year with Bethany records in both receptions (95) and receiving yards (1,300). He ranked second in the country in receptions per game (9.5) and third in receiving yardage per contest (130.0). He also finished the 2013 season ranked eighth in the National Collegiate Athletic Association in all-purpose yards per game (185.5). (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

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Bison Football Looks To Climb Conference Ladder In 2014

Aug. 19 - BETHANY, W. Va. - Entering the 2014 campaign, the Bethany College football team will look to a host of returning players to continue to move the program up the ranks of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. The Bison boast 36 returning letterwinners and 19 starters from a year ago under second-year head coach Bill Garvey.

Bison Football Sees Six Former Standouts Honored On PAC 60th Anniversary Team

August 14 – BETHANY, W.Va. – The Bethany College football program saw six former Bison standouts named to the Presidents’ Athletic Conference’s 60th Anniversary team, as recently announced by the PAC. The six former players who were named to the team of 60 athletes included; Matt Grimard (2014), Jeff Beer (1981), Matt Cruse (2010), Ray Hack (1963), Eric Walker (2012) and Denny Williams (1981).

Bison Football Selected Fifth In Presidents' Athletic Conference Preseason Poll

August 6 – LATROBE, Pa. – The Bethany College football team, who posted their first .500 conference record since 2010 a year ago, was picked to finish fifth in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference preseason poll, announced the conference office on Wednesday afternoon in Latrobe. The Bison garnered 202 points, including one first-place vote.