4/30: MTEN at PAC Championships (3rd (34)), MGOLF at PAC Championships (NS), TRACK - PAC Championships (M - 2nd (108), W - 6th (66)), SB at Saint Vincent (W 8-6/L 9-3), BASE vs W&J (L 2-0/L 4-2)
 
Sophomore Kevin Bakowski helped the Bison men's swimming & diving teams earn points in two separate events on the final day of competition at the PAC Championships on Saturday. Bakowski first swam to a 14th-place mark in the 200 breaststroke (2:11.81). He then swam a leg on the 400 freestyle relay team that shattered a 47-year old school record, posting a time of 3:16.77. That mark was also good for an ECAC qualification. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Junior Cody Hussey captured one of the Bison men's swimming & diving team's three school records in the final day of the PAC Championships on Saturday. Hussey earned a fifth-place finish in the 1650 freestyle, breaking his own school mark by posting a time of 17:06.90. Overall in the four-day event, the Bison combined to break nine school records. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

Swimming & Diving - Recent Headlines

Cheyne Stresky Earns Second-Team All-PAC Honors

March 2 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – Bethany men’s swimming & diving freshman Cheyne Stresky (Oxford, Mich./Oxford) has been named a Second-Team All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference selection following his performance at the PAC Championships, announced the PAC on Wednesday morning.

Bethany College Swimmers Compete at ECAC Championships

Feb. 28 - ANNAPOLIS, Md.- The Bethany College swimming & diving team sent five athletes to the Eastern College Athletic Championships hosted by the United States Naval Academy. Over the three-day event, the Bison competed in eight events against teams from all NCAA divisions.

Bison Swimming & Diving Competes in Final Day of PAC Championships

Feb. 13 – GROVE CITY, Pa. – The Bethany College swimming & diving teams competed in the final day of competition at the PAC Championships hosted by Grove City College on Saturday. The teams shattered three more school records on the day, giving them a total of nine in the meet.