4/20: MTEN vs Mt. Aloysius (W, 8-1); 4/21: BASE vs Muskingum (2 PM), SOFT vs. St. Vincent (3:30 PM); 4/22: BASE vs Geneva (4 PM), LAX at Thiel (5 PM); 4/23: SOFT at Grove City (3:30 PM)
 
Junior Kayla Kelly helped the Bison softball team earn a doubleheader sweep of Franciscan University on Sunday afternoon. In the two games, combined, the junior slugger went 4-4 with five RBI and three runs scored. In the team's 21-3 victory in the second game of the doubleheader, Kelly went 2-2 with a double, a home run and three RBI. The homerun gave Kelly was her fourth of the year, which leads the team. (Photo Courtsey of Martin Santek Photography)
Sophomore Kylee Clark posted a career day for the Bison in the team's doubleheader sweep of Franciscan University on Sunday. Clark went 2-for-2 with a triple and a run scored in the Bison's 11-3 win in game one. She then followed that with another 2-for-2 perforance at the dish, but posted a career-high four RBI in a 21-3 victory in game two. (Photo Courtsey of Martin Santek Photography)

Jan Forsty Earns Career Win #700 In Softball's Doubleheader Sweep of Franciscan

April 19 – BETHANY, W. Va. – Bethany College softball head coach Jan Forsty reached another career milestone on Sunday afternoon, capturing career wins 700 and 701 as the Bison softball team defeated Franciscan, 11-3 and 21-3, in doubleheader action.

Bison Softball Keeps Pace in PAC Playoff Race in Split with Thomas More

April 18 – CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. – With just a couple of games in the loss column separating seven teams in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference, the Bethany College softball team traveled to Thomas More College to look to gain ground in the conference standings. The Bison dropped game one by a 6-0 score, but rebounded to take game two, 6-4, in a nine-inning affair.

Bison Softball Drops a Pair to Capital University

April 16 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College softball team dropped a pair of non-conference decisions to Ohio Athletic Conference foe, Capital University, on Thursday afternoon. The Bison dropped the first game, 12-5, before falling 9-0 in game two.