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 (W, 3-1)

Stephanie Cunningham-Roksandich
Class of 1999 
Basketball

Stephanie Cunningham-Roksandich went to nearby Brooke High School, where she was an all-conference performer in basketball and a four-year letterwinner and school record holder on the track. After arriving at Bethany, she played in 105 games during her career on the hard court for the Bison. During her four healthy seasons (she missed all but three games of the 1997-98 season due to injury), Bethany compiled a 73-29 record, won its first PAC Championship in school history (1997) and played in the postseason four times, including the 1997 NCAA Tournament and the ECAC Tournament in 1995, 1996 and 1999. After earning PAC Freshman of the Year distinction in 1995, Cunningham-Roksandich was a First Team All-PAC selection in 1996 and 1997 and a Second Team choice in 1999. She averaged 13.7 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.2 steals per game over her career. Cunningham-Roksandich owns the school record with 12 steals in a game and in that same contest against Notre Dame (Md.) College in 1995, she recorded the first triple-double in school history with 11 points, 10 rebounds and 12 steals.

Once her career was complete, Cunningham-Roksandich was ranked second in all-time points with 1,443 (still ranked fifth), second in career rebounds with 800 (still third) and was the all-time leader in steals with 228 (still third).

Cunningham-Roksandich graduated from Bethany with a degree in elementary education. Today, she is the owner/director of the Brunswick Prep Academy and resides in Brunswick, Ohio, with her husband Robert and their three children Jacob, Ethan and Noah.