4/24-4/25: MTEN at PAC Championships (7th), TRACK at PAC Championships (W - 4th; M - 6th), GOLF at PAC Championshps (8th); 4/25: SOFT vs W&J (W, 10-6/W, 7-4), BASE vs Thiel (L, 5-0/L, 12-6)
Junior Taylor Solomon posted a career day as the Bison swept Washington & Jefferson in doubleheader action on Saturday. Solomon combined to go three-for-three at the plate with two home runs, a single and seven RBI. In the team's 10-6 win in game one, Solomon collected her first-career homer, a three-run shot to left-center field. She finshed that game 1-for-1 with four RBI. She then added a second home run in game two, going 2-for-2 at the dish with three RBI. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
Junior Maria Jackson-McBride helped the Bison women's track team to a fourth-place finish at the Presidents' Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships on Friday and Saturday. Jackson-McBride brought home the conferene title in the 200-meter dash, posting a school and meet record time of 25.48 seconds. Jackson-McBride also tallied a second-place mark in the 400-meter dash (58.67) while also running a leg on PAC Champion 4x100-meter realy team (48.91). (Photo Courtsey of Martin Santek Photography)
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Bison Softball Notches Senior Day Sweep of Washington & Jefferson

April 25 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College softball team continued their hot streak, posting wins number seven and eight in row as the Bison took both games from Washington & Jefferson College on a senior day double header at the Bethany softball diamond. The Bison rode the momentum of a seven-run first inning to a 10-6 win in game one, before utilizing late game heroics in a 7-4 victory in game two.

Women Finish Fourth/Men Sixth at 2015 PAC Outdoor Championships

April 25 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College Track & Field teams tallied six individual championships at the 2015 Presidents’ Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday in Grove City. The women posted a fourth-place mark with 78 total points, while the men captured 84.50 points to finish sixth.