Class of 1996
Jeff Weekley was a four-year starter for the Bison on the diamond. After earning PAC Freshman of the Year and Honorable Mention All-Conference in 1993, he garnered First Team All-PAC his last three years. He was also voted the league’s MVP as a senior in 1996 after hitting .429 with three home runs, 25 RBIs and 50 runs scored. Weekley’s effort helped the Bison win the PAC championship with an undefeated record and earn a berth in the ECAC Tournament, BC’s second straight trip to the postseason. For his career, Weekley graduated with seven single-season records and eight career records. He still sits atop the Bison record boards in career stolen bases with 87, is ranked second in career runs (139) and ranks second in single-season runs (50-1996), doubles (15-1995), triples (5-1996) and stolen bases (27-1995).
Weekley graduated from Bethany in 1996 with a degree in Business in 1996. He currently works for United Dairy in Martins Ferry, Ohio. A graduate of Brooke High School in Wellsburg, W.Va., Weekley now resides in Wheeling with his wife Heather (’99) and their two sons, Tyler and Riley.