Oct. 21 - MSOC at Thiel (W, 2-0); Oct. 22 - WSOC at Thiel (W, 4-2), VB at Thomas More (W, 3-1); Oct. 24 - WTEN at PAC Champ (Pennbriar, Pa.) (8:30AM); Oct. 24 - S&D at Alfred State (6PM)

Amy (Stefan) Bergin
Class of 1999 
Softball, Volleyball

Amy (Stefan) Bergin was a four-year starter in volleyball and softball for the Bison. On the volleyball court, Bergin graduated second in career assists with 2,085 and still sits in fourth place on the school’s all-time list. In addition, she ranks sixth in BC history with 188 assisted blocks.


On the softball diamond, Bergin was a four-year All-PAC honoree for her play in center field, including three First Team awards, and a Second Team All-Region selection in 1999. She led Bethany to a 102-59 record during her four years, two PAC Championships (’97, ’99) and two postseason appearances, including the school’s first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 1997. At the Regionals that season, she belted a home run against Rowan (N.J.) University and would earn All-Tournament Team laurels. Her career numbers in softball include Bethany’s all-time record in runs scored (129) and stolen bases (61) and she graduated with the career mark for walks with 53 (currently tied for second), while also being tied for second in career triples (10) and fifth in hits (166). Bergin posted a career batting average of .338 with four home runs, 21 doubles and 52 RBIs. Among the other awards Bergin received during her time at Bethany include a spot on the PAC Academic Honor Roll once, the Susan B. Hanna Award as the Top Female Senior Athlete in 1999 and the S. Elizabeth Reed Award in Physical Education. Away from athletics, she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha.

After graduating cum laude from Bethany in 1999 with a degree in physical education (sports management), Bergin went to Marietta College as an assistant volleyball coach and earned her master’s degree in education. She was named head volleyball coach at Haverford in 2002 and through the 2008 season, has compiled a record of 157-57, led her team to three consecutive Centennial Conference championships and three straight NCAA Tournament appearances. Her top season came in 2007 when she was named the AVCA Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year after guiding the Fords to a school-record 31 wins and the final in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Region Tournament. Bergin, who graduated from Brooke High School in Wellsburg, W.Va., resides in Lafayette Hill, Pa., with her husband Matt and their two daughters Suzie and Megan.