Head Coach TBA
A National search for Bethany's new head coach is currently underway.
Zach Speelman returns for his second season as an assistant coach for the Bethany College Lacrosse team.
In his first season with the Bison, Speelman helped the Green & White to four victories in their first year in the newly formed Ohio River Lacrosse Conference. The Bison posted more goals in the year than any previous season as they totaled 135 on the year.
Speelman helped freshman face-off man, Bryan Uth, to an All-ORLC Honorable Mention selection during his freshman campaign. On the year, Uth posted a faceoff percetnage of .519, converting on 168 of 324 chances. Uth also led the Bison in ground balls, totaling 97 on the season.
Speelman joined Bethany after spending a year at Eastern View High School as a defensive coach. There he was in charge of instructing and implementing different defensive schemes as well as teaching advanced faceoff techniques.
Speelman played three years of lacrosse for Randolph College, serving as team captain in his senior campaign. During his time, Speelman appeared in 36 games while making 10 starts for the Wildcats. He received his Bachelor of Art degree from Randolph in 2012.
While at Bethany, Speelman will be enrolled in the Masters of Arts in Teaching program.