PAC Spring Academic Honor Roll (16 of 32) in alphabetical order: D. Miller, A. Naples, G. Naples, Olson, Penatzer, Platt, Pray, Schott, Settle, Shephard, Simpson, Tipton, Turner, Weiss, Worst
Sophomore Sarah Coss helped lead the Bison to a second-place finish at the ECAC South Regional Tournament, totaling three hits on the day. Coss first went 2-for-3 with a RBI in a 4-1 win over Misericordia. She also collected a hit in the team's loss to PSU-Altoona in the championship round. (Photo Courtsey of Martin Santek Photography)
Senior Jessica Kusnierz helped the Bison to a second-place finish at the ECAC Championships by leading the offense in a win over Misericordia, 4-1. In the win, Kusnierz posted a two-run homer to give Bethany the lead in the fifth inning. Kusnierz finished the game 1-for-2 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
June 11 – DANBURRY, Conn. – Bethany College softball junior outfielder Kayla Kelly (Pasadena, Md./Institute of Notre Dame) and head coach Jan Forsty, have recently been honored by the Eastern College Athletic Conference. Forsty was selected as the ECAC Division III South Region Coach of the Year, while Kelly was named a Second-Team All-Star selection.
MAY 10 – LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After leading the Bison softball team to the program’s most wins since 2011, as well as a berth in the Eastern College Athletic Conference DIII South Regional Championships, junior Kayla Kelly (Pasadena, Md./Institute of Notre Dame) has been honored with a Third-Team All-Central Region selection by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, announced the NFCA on Monday afternoon.
May 8 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College softball team found themselves on both ends of great pitching performances, as the Bison split a pair of contests to earn second place at the ECAC Division III South Regional Championships on Sunday. Freshman Cassie Weiss (Washington, Pa./McGuffey) pitched the Bison to a 4-1 win over Misericordia in the first game, before the Green & White fell 8-0 to Penn State – Altoona in the championship round.