PAC Spring Academic Honor Roll (16 of 32) in alphabetical order: D. Miller, A. Naples, G. Naples, Olson, Penatzer, Platt, Pray, Schott, Settle, Shephard, Simpson, Tipton, Turner, Weiss, Worst
As voted by the fans, freshman Cassie Weiss defeated sophomore Alexis Naples in the Final of the "Green" bracket in Bethany's Bisonology competition. She now faces Nadim Raddar for the rights to be claimed the first ever "Bisonology" champion. Weiss' top performance came from her 16 strikeout day in the ECAC semifinals against Misericordia. She earned the complete-game victory, which included recording the first 12 outs on strikes. To vote for Cassie, you can go to any one of the Bethany Athletics social mediums (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter). (Photo courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)
As voted by the fans, junior Nadim Raddar defeated senior Delonte' Joyce in the final of the "White" bracket in Bethany's Bisonology contest. He now faces Weiss for the Bisonology title. Raddar's award-worthy performance came in week two against Thiel, as the defensive end helpe the Bison defeat the Tomcats, 45-24. In the victory, Raddar recorded 12 tackles (3.5 for loss), 3.5 sacks and a forced fumble. Following the season, Raddar was awarded with an AFCA All-American honor. To vote for Nadim, head to any of the Bethany Athletics social media accounts. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography).
Previous       Next

News & Events

Bethany College Selects Nick Hager as New Men's Basketball/Men's Tennis Coach

July 31 – BETHANY, W. Va. – After a national search, Juniata College assistant coach Nick Hager has been selected as the new head men’s basketball and men’s tennis coach at Bethany, as announced Friday by the College’s Director of Athletics & Recreation Brian Rose.

Bethany's Dow Accepts Position at Williams College

July 22 – BETHANY, W. Va. – The Bethany College Athletics Department has announced that David Dow, head coach of the swimming & diving teams, has resigned to accept a coaching position at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass.