2/10: WBB at Westminster (L 66-61), MBB at Westminster (L 63-60); 2/10-13: SWIM at PAC Championships; 2/13: WBB at Waynesburg (1:30 PM), MBB at Waynesburg (3:30 PM)
Sophomore Kevin Bakowski helped the Bison swimming & diving team to a pair of school records in the first day of the Presidents' Athletic Conference Championships on Thursday. Bakowski swam a leg on both the fourth-place 200-meter relay, and the fifth-place 400 medley relay. In the 200 freestyle relay, the Bison qualified for the ECAC Championships, posting a record time of 1:28.20.(Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Freshman Evan Byrne helped the Bison swimming & diving team to a pair of school records in the first day of the PAC Championships on Thursday. Byrne swam a leg on both the fourth-place 200-meter relay, and the fifth-place 400 medley relay. In the 400-medley relay, the Bison shattered a 41-year old school record, finishing the race with a time of 3:40.77. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Feb. 11 – GROVE CITY, Pa. – The Bethany College swimming & diving teams opened the first full day of action at the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships, hosted by Grove City College on Thursday. During the day, the Bison knocked down four school records while also earning a pair of Eastern College Athletic Conference Championship qualifications.
Feb. 3 –DANBURY, Conn. – Bethany College swimming & diving freshmen Mia Judulang (Cupertino, Calif./Monta Vista) and Cheyne Stresky (Oxford, Mich./Oxford) have been honored by the Eastern College Athletic Conference for their performances last week. Judulang was named the Corvias ECAC Division III South Regional Women’s Diver of the Week, while Stresky earned ECAC Division III South Regional Men's Rookie of the Week honors, announced the conference office on Wednesday afternoon.
Jan. 30 – BETHANY, W. Va. – Freshman Cheyne Stresky rewrote the Bethany record books for the fourth consecutive meet as the Bethany College swimming & diving teams hosted Grove City College for a Presidents’ Athletic Conference dual meet on Saturday afternoon. The men were defeated by the Wolverines, 106-64, while the women fell, 103-71.