BETHANY, W.Va. – Several members of the Pittsburgh Steelers will be at Bethany College Tuesday, March 27, 2007 to play a charity basketball game against Bethany students. The game will be held at 8 p.m. at Bethany’s Hummel Field House.
Admission is a $7 donation with all proceeds going to charity. It will be a full length basketball game and the Steelers will sign autographs at half-time and after the game.
“This is a great opportunity for our students and community to come out and meet the Steelers, raise money for charity and have some fun,” said Brian Fernandes, Associate Dean of Students. “I am really proud of the Student Activities Council and Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity for having the vision to bring this notable event to the Bethany community.”

The Bethany student team, the Rec Legends, includes:

Seniors: Brendan Cypher, Psychology major, Washington, Pa.; Brandon Duncan, Physical Education major, New Salem, Pa.; Dan Gump, Psychology major/Elementary Education minor, South Park, Pa.; Steve Haylett, Sports Management Major, Greenville, Pa.; Bryon Hudson, Elementary Education major/Special Education minor, Polk, Pa.; Zack Moinet, Communications major/Philosophy minor, Greenville, Pa.; T.J. Parker, Physical Education major, Austintown, Ohio; Josh Polantz, Elementary Education major/Special Education minor, Johnstown, Pa.; Joe Sprumont, Education/Social Studies major, North Huntingdon, Pa.; Andrea Verosko, Communications major, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Juniors: Brad Kouski, Sports Management major, Wheeling, W.Va.; Jake Miller, Physical Education major, Smithfield, Pa.; Kris Simmons, Computer Science major, East Liverpool, Ohio.
Sophomore: Paul McCormick, Pre-Physical Therapy major/Psychology minor, Wheeling, W.Va.
“I am very appreciative that the Steelers are taking the time to come to Bethany and help us raise money for Canine Companions for Independence,” said Chase Butler, co-organizer of the event and a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.

For more information and pre-sale tickets, call Brian Fernandes at (304) 829-7905.