Feb. 25 - LAX vs. Muskingum (W, 15-5); Feb. 26 TRACK at PAC Championships (4 PM), MBB at #2 Waynesburg (L, 70-57); Feb. 27-March 1: SWIM at ECAC; Feb. 28 LAX vs. Hiram (1 PM)
 
Sophomore Cody Hussey posted a 10th-place finish in the 1650 freestyle in the final day of the PAC Championships on Saturday, posting a time of 17:19.11. During the race, Hussey also set the Bethany 1,000 freestyle record, breaking Jeff Martin's 1984 mark of 10:31.00 by splitting a 10:28.42 during the race. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Sophomore Christine Pray scored points in two differernt events in the final day of the PAC Championships on Saturday. Pray notched a 10th-place mark in the 1650 freestyle finals (18:56.77). She also broke her own Bethany record in the 200 butterfly, notching an 11th-place finish with a 2:18.88. (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

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Bison Swimming & Diving Competes In Final Day of PAC Championships

Feb. 14 – GROVE CITY, Pa. – The Bethany College swimming & diving teams saw four more individual school records fall in the final day of the PAC Championships/Ryan E. Longnecker Invitational on Saturday. Overall at the Championships, the Bethany women finished sixth in the conference standings (7th overall with 183 points), while the men notched a fifth-place finish in the PAC (7th overall with 139 points).

Four More School Records Fall In Day Two of PAC Championships

Feb. 13 – GROVE CITY, Pa. - The Bethany College swimming & diving teams broke four more school records as the Bison competed in the second day of the PAC Championships/James E. Longnecker Invitational on Friday evening.

Three School Records Fall In First Day of PAC Championships

Feb. 11 – GROVE CITY, Pa. – The Bethany College swimming & diving teams saw two school records fall on the first day of competition at the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships/James E. Longnecker Invitational hosted by Grove City College on Thursday. The Bison women closed out the day in seventh place (6th in PAC) with 58 points, while the men’s 48 points currently has them in 7th place (5th in PAC).