Oct. 28 - VB vs. St. Vincent (W, 3-1); Oct. 29 - WSOC at W&J (L, 3-0), FH at W&J (L, 5-0), MSOC at W&J (L, 4-1); Oct. 30 - VB at Westminster (7PM)

Brian Dickman
Class of 1995 
Football/Track

Brian Dickman came to Bethany from Wheeling Park High School, where he earned Honorable Mention All-State as a senior and led the Patriots football team to consecutive state semifinal appearances as a junior and senior. On the track at Park, he won the state title in the 300 hurdles and still holds the school record in the event. At Bethany, Dickman was a four-year letterman on the football field and a Second Team All-PAC selection in 1992. He caught 68 career passes for 1,391 yards and owns the school record at 20.5 yards per catch. He also owned the school record for career touchdown receptions with 17 until 2006 and is still third on the list.

On the track, Dickman earned PAC MVP honors at the conference championship meet in 1994 and 1995. He was the PAC champion in the 100 in 1993 and earned conference titles in the 100, 400 hurdles, 4x100 relay and 4x400 relay at the 1995 championships. Dickman qualified for the 1994 NCAA Division III Championships in the 400 hurdles and still owns school records in the 400 (49.04), 400 hurdles (53.14), 4x100 relay (42.74) and 4x400 relay (3:20.64). After graduating from Bethany with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, Dickman later went on to earn his MBA in 2001. He was selected for Who’s Who in Young Business Professionals and is currently the Director of Financial Analysis & Strategic Planning for Direct General Corporation in Nashville, Tenn.

Dickman currently resides in Hendersonville, Tenn., with his wife Jena and their four children Hannah, Jake, Julia and Brynn.