Oct. 21 - MSOC at Thiel (W, 2-0); Oct. 22 - WSOC at Thiel (W, 4-2), VB at Thomas More (W, 3-1); Oct. 24 - WTEN at PAC Champ (Pennbriar, Pa.) (8:30AM); Oct. 24 - S&D at Alfred State (6PM)
 
Junior Marina Baker broke her own record in the 100 freestyle, placing ninth at the PAC Championships with a time of 54.14. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Sophomore Brandon Martell captured a second-place finish in the one-meter dive with a total score of  386.35. In the midst of his dives, Martell shattered the six-dive record, posting a total score of 246.6. The mark broke the previous record of 242.0 set by Pedro Cuesta in 1981. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

Swimming & Diving - Recent Headlines

Bison Swimming & Diving Teams Look To Build Off Last Season’s Success

Oct. 23 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College swimming & diving teams will look to build on the success of last season as they move into the 2014-15 season. Both teams posted over a .500 record in dual meets last season, with each squad also besting their marks at the PAC Championships from a year ago.

Bison Place Eight On PAC 60th Anniversary Women's Swimming & Diving Team

Oct. 17 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – The Bethany College women’s swimming and diving program, saw eight of its former members recognized on the Presidents’ Athletic Conference 60th Anniversary team, announced the conference office on Friday afternoon. The eight members honored included: Dana Culbert (’06), Leah Fiers (’90), Desiree Finley (’10), Amy Nowalk (’89), Paige Pertz (’90), Laurelyn Rawson (’95), Kathleen (McGowan) Wack (’98), and Megan (Warden) Stearman (’99).

Nine Bison Find Place on PAC's 60th Anniversary Men's Swimming & Diving Team

Oct. 17 – GREENVILLE, Pa. – The Bethany College men’s swimming & diving program, saw nine of its former members recognized on the President’s Athletic Conference 60th anniversary team, announced the conference office on Friday afternoon. The nine members honored included: Wesley Anderson (‘69), James Brunson (‘69), Dennis Cahill (‘75), Peter Cassel (‘70), Barry Roffer (‘69), Richard Siconolfi (‘72), Jeffrey Stuek (‘69), James Veres (‘69) and Larry Weiss (‘68).