Bethel Students Get the Chance to Help with Special Olympics Event Held at Wildcat Stadium

Bethel students got the opportunity on Friday, April 20 to help with a Special Olympics event held at the school's Wildcat Stadium.  Here, Special Olympics participant Ethan Green interacts with Bethel students playing some basketball. Below: Ethan took time to pose with his new Bethel friends.  L TO R SITTING were: Demetrice Gilbert, Breon Melvin, Ethan Green, Mark Jackson; and Standing L TO R: Marcus Left Jr. and Shawn Brashers, III. Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 20, 2018

Students Inducted into International Nursing Honor Society

Eight Bethel University nursing students were inducted on April 17 into the prestigious Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing – Pi Tau Chapter. Those students included: Joshua Haywood of Martin, Morgan Jarrett of McKenzie, Spencer Morse of Gleason, Austin Simko of Huntingdon, Stephanie Caldwell of Martin, Hannah Clifton of Atoka, Zachary Deason of Stewart, and Ashley Mays of Parsons. Each of these students will graduate with their Bachelor of Science in Nursing on... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 20, 2018

Jazz Ensemble Concert is Tuesday April 24

The Bethel University Jazz Ensemble invites you to spend an evening with them celebrating America's musical namesake, Jazz. The concert will be held in Odom Recital Hall on Bethel's main campus on the evening of Tuesday, April 24 at 7:00 p.m. It is free to the public. Come swing into the night with the BU Jazz Ensemble! Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 20, 2018

Annual Humanities Exhibit Held April 17-18

All types of creative projects were displayed in this year’s Bethel University Humanities Creative Arts Exhibit April 17-18. The projects are part of a sophomore survey two-semester humanities class at Bethel. Check out many of the projects below. Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 20, 2018

Bethel University College of Arts and Sciences Holds 2018 Academic Awards Ceremony

MCKENZIE, TN – Bethel University’s College of Arts and Sciences held its 2018 Academic Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, April 17 at 7 p.m. in Bouldin Auditorium of the Dickey Fine Arts Building. Awards and recipients were as follows: Student Marshal Scholarship: Shelby Bowles of Huron and Morgan Ingram of Knoxville; Honors Program Distinguished Scholar: Kensley Horner of McKenzie; Honors Program Graduates: Vince Binondo of Bradford, Emily Patrick of Greenfield, Matthew Gainey of... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, April 19, 2018

2018 SSAC MEN'S GOLF AWARDS ANNOUNCED

MONTGOMERY, Ala. –The Southern States Athletic Conference released the 2018 Men's Golf All-Conference, All-Freshman, All-Academic and Musco Lighting Champions of Character Teams Monday evening at the SSAC Men's Golf awards Banquet. Bethel's  Tyler Britt  and  David Proctor  captured awards.  All-Conference Team       SM Lee Dalton State (Ga.) ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, April 17, 2018

FORMER WILDCAT SOCCER GREAT SIGNS WITH ATLANTA SILVERBACKS

Atlanta, GA– The Atlanta Silverbacks Football Club has announced the signing of attacking midfielder  Kebba Demba  for the upcoming 2018 NPSL season. The 24-year-old midfielder most recently played in the NPSL last season with  Memphis City FC . Demba has most recently played for  Bethel University  (TN) in the college ranks, previously playing at Mohammed Kamara's school  Tyler Junior College  in Texas. Head coach Roberto Neves called Demba... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, April 16, 2018

VOTE FOR CLAWS IN THE 2018 MASCOT CHALLENGE -COMPETITION BEGINS NEXT WEEK

Wildcat Nation!!!!! Claws is competing in the  @ NAIA  Mascot Challenge! We must win our pool to advance on. The voting begins next week according to the NAIA National Office.  Watch for updates here at  www.bethelathletics.com . Make sure to be ready, because we only have 24 hours  https://twitter.com/naia The 2018 Mascot Challenge is presented by the NAIA-SIDA Branding Committee. Pool A 1 Theologian the Trojan (Hannibal‐LaGrange) 2 Kingston the... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 13, 2018

HOCKEY CATS MOVE TO ELIMINATION ROUND

FARGO, ND-  The DI Hockey Cats opened up play in the 2018 National Collegiate Roller Hockey Championships being held in Fargo, North Dakota at the Southwest Youth Ice Arena, Wednesday. The Wildcats beat Grand Valley State 6-1 in their first game of pool play. After a scoreless first period the Cats scored two goals in the second period and four in the third to secure the victory. Tyler Bolyard  led the Cats with three goals.  Brandon Kerst  had two goals and two... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 13, 2018

Bethel University Department of Music to Present Spring Concerts

The Bethel University Department of Music will present several spring concerts throughout the remainder of April. A Recital Hour will be presented Friday, April 20 at noon in Odom Recital Hall, and a Jazz Band Concert will be Tuesday, April 24 at 7 p.m. also in Odom Recital Hall. On Thursday, April 26, a Percussion Ensemble Concert will be at 7 p.m. in the L. J. Turner Recital Hall, and Tuesday, May 1, Dr. Keith Herris, chair of the Bethel Department of Music and wife, Melissa, will present... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 13, 2018

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR FAMILY MEMBERS, FUNDRAISER & SENDING CARDS OF LOVE & ENCOURAGEMENT

The Aird family released a statement Thursday morning on  details  of the arrangements for Matt Aird's parents who were lost in the tragic accident Saturday which also involved his wife, Bethel Women's Soccer Coach  Misty Aird . Coach Aird continues to be listed in critical but stable condition in a Memphis hospital.  "We would like everyone to know we have set the final arrangements for Tom and  Mary Lo u Aird . The wake is going to be... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, April 12, 2018

Bethel University Music Industry Studies Program to Present Excellence in Music Awards

Bethel University’s Music Industry Studies Program will present the Excellence in Music Awards Monday, April 16 at 7 p.m. in Odom Recital Hall. The event is the end result of a group project undertaken by students enrolled in a Touring and Merchandising course that is part of the Music Industry Studies major. According to Dr. Tony L. Smith, Director of Music Industry Studies, this course gives students the opportunity to research and study the various components that make up a music... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Annual Humanities Exhibit is April 17-18

All types of creative projects will be displayed in this year’s Bethel University Humanities Creative Arts Exhibit April 17-18. The projects are part of a sophomore survey two-semester humanities class at Bethel.      The exhibit will be free and open to the public in Waddle Recital Hall in Bethel’s Dickey Fine Arts Building on the school’s McKenzie campus. Viewing times are as follows: Tuesday, April 17 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Wednesday, April 18... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 6, 2018

Ribbon Cutting for Kahlden Complex and New Lighting is April 20

Bethel University will hold a ribbon cutting Friday, April 20, to officially recognize its newly lighted baseball and softball fields as Kahlden Complex. The ribbon cutting will take place at the beginning of the Bethel Wildcats’ evening game against arch rival Martin Methodist which will begin at 6 p.m. at the Bethel University baseball field. “We invite the community to come watch our Wildcats baseball team in action and to take part in this ribbon cutting event,” said... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 6, 2018

Bethel University Spring Football Game Set for April 21 – A Great Family Event

Fans can get their first look at the 2018 Bethel University Football squad Saturday April 21 with the Annual Purple & Gold game at 5 p.m. at Wildcat Stadium. Admission to the game is free and open to the public. Spring football practice is underway as the Cats prepare for the game and the upcoming season which begins August 23 at home against Reinhardt. The weekend promises to be fun for all as Friday, April 20, baseball is playing an evening game against arch rival Martin Methodist. The... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, April 6, 2018

MORGAN MARTIN NAMED SSAC WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

MONTGOMERY, Ala. –  Morgan Martin  of Bethel (Tenn.) has been named the 2017-18 SSAC Women's Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the league office announced Wednesday. To be eligible, a student-athlete must have reached sophomore eligibility, have a 3.5 GPA and must have competed in 50% of competitions. The Basics Class: Sophomore Major: Accounting GPA: 3.74 Hometown: Bradford, Tennessee About  Morgan Martin Martin  was named... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, April 5, 2018

Bethel University to Hold Take Back The Night Event April 17

Bringing awareness to April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Bethel University will once again hold a Take Back The Night event on Tuesday, April 17 at 9 p.m. in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena. The event is presented by Bethel University’s Prevention Services and Housing Department with sponsorship support from Wo/Men’s Resources and Rape Assistance Program (WRAP). Take Back the Night is the earliest world-wide protest against sexual violence and violence against women.... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, April 2, 2018

2018 National Collegiate Roller Hockey Championships - Bids Announced

FARGO, ND- Bids were announced Monday March 5th for all Divisions for the 2018 National Collegiate Roller Hockey Championships which will be held in Fargo, ND at the Southwest Youth Ice Arena, April 11th-15th  22 Division I teams selected  20 Division II teams selected  12 Division III teams selected  Five Junior College teams selected  Both Bethel’s Division I and Division III teams were selected for the championships.  Coach Ryne Potts... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, April 2, 2018

Bethel University Department of Music Presents Music Faculty in Recital

The Bethel University Department of Music will present Music Faculty in Recital this Thursday, April 5 at 7 p.m. in Odom Recital Hall on Bethel’s McKenzie campus. Featured faculty will include: John Buteyn, Bass Guitar; Alan Cross, Baritone; DJ Culp Jr., Percussion; Christa Frye, Clarinet; Keith Herris, Piano; Danny Ray Martin, Guitar; and Lisa Powell, Piano. The recital is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Dr. Keith Herris at herrisk@bethelu.edu or at... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, April 2, 2018

Join Bethel’s SAAC in Fundraiser for Amazing Grace Foundation

In its inaugural year as an organization at Bethel University, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) has chosen to support the Amazing Grace Foundation (AGO). AGO is a non-profit organization focused on raising money in order to support the families and patients undergoing cancer treatment, regardless of cancer type, gender, age, or stage of diagnosis. Senior softball player and vice chair of the SAAC, Keely Jordan, said “It means a lot to be able to have the opportunity to... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, April 2, 2018

Survivor’s Celebration and Candlelight Vigil to Be Held at Bethel University

A Survivor’s Celebration and Candlelight Vigil will be held at Bethel University on Thursday, April 19 at 6 p.m. in the board room of the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment. The event is sponsored by C.A.R.E. (Child Abuse Recognition Effort) along with Bethel University and Sam’s Club and is in recognition of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The purpose of the third annual event is to celebrate and lift up those individuals who... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, March 29, 2018

LeVan Recognized with Dissertation of the Year Award

Dr. Ben LeVan, Adjunct Faculty Member with Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies was awarded the Esworthy Malcolm S. Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award by the Academy of Human Resource Development. The AHRD Esworthy Malcolm S. Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award is given to commend an outstanding doctoral dissertation that exemplifies scholarly work and contributes to the human resource development field. LeVan’s dissertation studied the long-standing... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, March 29, 2018

Bethel University Announces 2018-19 Student Government Association Officers

In an evening to celebrate the Student Government Association (SGA) on the Bethel University campus, students gathered on Monday, March 26 to applaud the work of the outgoing 2017-18 SGA cabinet members and to witness the unveiling of the new officers. The Student Government Association at Bethel University represents the student body on important matters through its elected representatives. Students' needs and opinions are expressed to the administration and faculty by the officers... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Student Brian Rushing Attributes Bright Future to the Ayers Foundation and to His Time at Bethel

Bethel University’s Brian Rushing of Reagan, Tenn., is one of only five young men across the country who have spent the 2017-18 school year serving on the international level for Kappa Sigma Fraternity on its Undergraduate Advisory Committee, and he is scheduled to graduate this coming May with a Bachelor’s degree from Bethel. He will then begin at UT Knoxville in the fall where he has been accepted into the Haslam College of Business’ Master of Science in Management and Human... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Bethel Renaissance to Present Thoroughly Modern Millie

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Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 26, 2018

Don't forget to Mark Your Calendars: Purple and Gold Game is April 21

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Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 26, 2018

Bethel Physician Assistant Program Class of 2020 Student Society Officers Announced

Bethel University recently announced its Physician Assistant Program Class of 2020 Student Society Officers. They are L to R:  President Krista Hougsted of Wheaton, Ill.; Vice President Caitlin Runions of Dyersburg; Secretary Paige Stoneburner of Kalamazoo, Mich.; Treasurer Krista Hazlett of Murfreesboro; TAPA Representative Desirae Sheppard of Clarksville; AAPA Representative Katelyn Powell of Connellsville, Pa.; and Community Outreach Devan Raymer of Dresden. The Bethel... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 23, 2018

Bethel University Adapted Physical Education Class Attends Special Olympics

Students in Bethel University’s spring semester Adapted Physical Education class attended the Special Olympics at Henry County High School on Wednesday, March 21. “We came today to support and observe Special Olympics events and cheer on these athletes,” said Lindsay Elliott, Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, who teaches the Adapted Physical Education course. “My students really enjoyed this experience, and they are excited about more Special... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 23, 2018

Amburgey-Burns Named Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Research at Bethel

Bethel University President Dr. Walter Butler has announced that Janie Amburgey-Burns has been named Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Research. Amburgey-Burns will be responsible for working with faculty and staff to develop models, measures, core indicators and benchmarks that link planning with institutional/program improvement. Furthermore, she will provide assistance and counsel in the analysis and interpretation of academics, student services and administrative... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 23, 2018

Brooks Named Title IX and Prevention Services Director at Bethel University

Rachael French Brooks has been named Bethel University’s Title IX and Prevention Services Director according to Bethel President Dr. Walter Butler. Brooks will be responsible for coordinating all aspects related to Title IX compliance and training for the university. Additionally, she will implement prevention services programming and educate students on making healthy lifestyle choices. “We are very fortunate to have Rachael undertaking this role for Bethel,” said... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 23, 2018

Professor Dr. Roger Johnson Conducts Non Fossil Fuel Experiments to Help Students Learn

Many university professors go to great lengths to ensure that their students have the best chance to learn certain concepts and principles. Bethel’s Dr. Roger Johnson is no exception as he has brought theory and practice together in a whole new way over the last decade. Even before he came to Bethel in 1980 to teach physics, Johnson was interested in experimenting with and demonstrating practical ways to use non fossil fuels. He has spent the last 10 years conducting experiments with... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 23, 2018

BETHEL'S ISAAC EDMONDSON NAMED NAIA HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICAN

KANSAS CITY, Mo. –  The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2017-18 Division I Men's Basketball All-America Teams on Thursday. Ryan Imhoff of Carroll (Mont.) was named the 2018 NABC-NAIA National Player of the Year.  All of the selections are made by the All-America Committee and comprises a First, Second, Third and Honorable Mention Team. There are 10 members on each of the first three All-America teams. Bethel... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, March 22, 2018

BETHEL'S SHAMON PEARSON NAMED HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICAN

KANSAS CITY, Mo. –  The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2017-18 Division I Women's Basketball All-America Teams on Thursday. Dajonee Hale of Central Methodist (Mo.) was named the 2018 NAIA National Player of the Year. All of the selections are made by the All-America Committee and comprises a First, Second, Third and Honorable  Mention  Team. There are 10 members on each of the first three All-America teams. Bethel's... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, March 22, 2018

TIMES SET FOR WILDCAT FOOTBALL GAMES

MCKENZIE, Tenn.  – With Spring Football practice beginning this week and the Annual Purple Gold game set for April 21 at 5 p.m. the Bethel University Sports Information Office released the starting times for the 2018 Wildcat Football schedule Monday. The Wildcats, under the guidance of new Head Football Coach Brent Dearmon play five home games and five road game this fall. The Cats open the season at home on Thursday, August 23 rd  at 6 p.m. against Mid-South power... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, March 20, 2018

New University Relations Project Manager Adds Wealth of Experience and Excitement to Bethel University Athletics

School officials announced today that the Bethel University Relations Team has been enriched with the addition of a new hire, Project Manager Ashley K. Wallace. Wallace will work to increase fan engagement and game-day experiences for students, faculty, staff and the community. She brings an extensive background in game promotions and athletics marketing, to include developing corporate partnerships for athletics and increasing single and group game sales. The former Recruiting... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 16, 2018

Bethel Welcomes Dr. Kimberly Martin as Vice President for the College of Professional Studies

Bethel University President Dr. Walter Butler announced this month that Dr. Kimberly Martin has been selected to assume responsibilities for the College of Professional Studies. The largest of the university’s colleges, with five satellite campuses and more than 2,700 students, the CPS programs are designed to serve the needs of busy adults seeking associate or bachelor’s degrees in Business Management, Criminal Justice, and Customer Relationship Management; bachelor’s... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 16, 2018

Bethel’s Competitive and Non-Competitive Cheer Teams to Hold Open Gym and Tryouts

Bethel’s Competitive and Non-Competitive Cheer Teams will hold Open Gym dates for anyone interested in cheering at Bethel during the 2018-19 school year according to Head Coach Leigh Carr. The open gym dates are Sunday afternoons in March and April and will lead up to cheer tryouts for the coming year. “These open gym dates are for anyone interested in cheering or in being the mascot "Claws," she said. “The sessions are also for our current BU cheer athletes.... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 16, 2018

SHOOTING TEAMS WIN HOA BACK TO BACK

The Bethel University Shotgun Team won High Overall Team two weekends in a row at the University of Kentucky Spring Invitational and also at the SCTP Southeast Regional Competition. The Spring Invitational took place on March 3rd and included American Trap, Sporting Clays, and 5-Stand. Not only did the team take first place, but there were many outstanding individual performances as well. Tara Steffen took HOA female for the tournament and placed first in every event.  Sam... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, March 15, 2018

"CELEBRATING YOU"

Bethel fans can follow the Lady Wildcats in their quest for the national title this week as they participate in the 2018 NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship, in Billings, Montana. Bethel's  Emma Christiansen  is providing blogs from the tournament.    Christiansen, a freshman from Murfreesboro, Tennessee who played at Providence Christian Academy is sending reports to the Bethel Sports Information Office and the Southern States... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Bethel Career Fair is for Students and Alumni This Thursday March 15

Bethel University’s Office of Career Services will hold its annual Career Fair for both its students and alumni this Thursday, March 15 from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.  in the Board Room of the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment.     Some of the companies in attendance will include: Benton County School System; Carey Counseling Center; Centennial Bank; Core Civic Whiteville Correctional Facility and Hardeman County Correctional Facility; Dot Foods; Fast... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 12, 2018

BETHEL SOCCER SQUADS GIVE BACK TO COMMUNITY

McKenzie, Tenn. – The Bethel University men's and women's soccer teams worked with the McKenzie High School teams recently aiding them in various areas of the sport. The project was part of the NAIA Champions of Character Initiative.  The NAIA Champions of Character program helps participants find the balance by keeping five core values – integrity, respect,  responsibility , sportsmanship, and servant leadership- at the heart of the athletics... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 12, 2018

LIVING THE DREAM AND LANDING THE PLANE

MCKENZIE, Tenn . - He told his third and  fourth  grade teacher Peggy McCulley, he wanted to grow up and play in the NBA. Even though that dream never materialized his love for basketball never wavered. Instead of playing, he turned his attention to coaching.  He got his  start  in the coaching ranks early when he started his career at Yorkville Middle during his sophomore year at Bethel College. After one season, he moved on to serve as an assistant coach at... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 12, 2018

BASS CATS WIN AT PARIS LANDING

For the second year in a row the Bethel University Bass team captured the Big Bass Bash held on Kentucky Lake at Paris Landing State Park. Highlighting the win was Bethel's Brian Pahl snarling a 9.22 pound giant largemouth. Teammate  Ricky Harris  took fifth place with a 7.49 pound bass. Paul is a senior from St. Louis Harris is a senior from Mt. Vernon, Kentucky.  The win marks the third time Bethel has won the event since the tournament began. The Wildcats have a... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 12, 2018

BETHEL ATHLETICS PRESENTED AWARD FROM FISHING UNIVERSITY

MCKENZIE, Tenn. - Bethel University Director of Athletics Dale Kelley and Associate Director Brad Chappell were presented an award from Charlie Ingram's Fishing University this week.   The award was in honor of the Bethel University Bass Fishing Teams' support of the "Make Me a Star" fishing program. The Bethel  University Scholarship  donation has helped to  raise awareness  of the program which is hosted by Ingram's Fishing... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 12, 2018

FISHING UNIVERSITY'S "MAKE ME A STAR" BACK AT BETHEL

Charlie Ingram's Fishing University television show was filmed in part on the campus of Bethel University Thursday night. Four high school anglers received gift packages from the shows sponsors and Bethel  Director  of Athletics Dale Kelley. Kelley also accepted an award on behalf of Bethel University and its Bass Fishing program. The show is set to air next month on the Outdoor Channel and the Sportsman's Channel on  National  TV.   Present... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 9, 2018

LADY WILDCATS HEAD WEST AGAIN-MEET VANGUARD THURSDAY

BILLINGS, MT -The Bethel University Lady Wildcats received an at-large bid and will face Vanguard in the Naismith Bracket of the 2018 NAIA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship, presented by " Wells Fargo " in Billings, Montana. Bethel is the No. 7 seed while Vanguard is the No. 2 seed in the bracket. The championship runs March 14 through March 20.  The two will tangle Thursday night in the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark with tip-off slated for 10:45 CST. ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, March 8, 2018

BETHEL SMASHES OWN RECORDS IN FLW COLLEGE BASS FISHING TOURNAMENT

Guntersville, Ala. -The Bethel University Wildcats broke two records Saturday while competing in the FLW Yeti College series Bass tournament held at Lake Guntersville State Park near Guntersville, Alabama The records set by Bethel Bass Team this past week included the most teams to qualify for nationals from one tournament at five and the most teams to qualify for the nationals from one season at nine. The Wildcats placed  3rd , 6th, and 12th out of 273 Boats and 546 Anglers... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, March 6, 2018

JASMINE WHITTEMORE NAMED TO ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

MONTGOMERY, Ala.  –Bethel Senior  Jasmine Whittemore  was named to the Southern States Athletic Conference All-Tournament team as announced by the league Saturday. Whittemore scored 11 points and had five assists in Bethel's 87-70 quarterfinal victory over  Mobile . She had two steals and hit three of Bethel's tournament game high 14 three-pointers in the win. She followed that  game  with 15 points and two assists in Bethel's loss to Loyola... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 5, 2018

ISAAC EDMONDSON NAMED TO ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

MONTGOMERY, Ala.  –Bethel junior  Isaac Edmondson  was named to the Southern States Athletic Conference All-Tournament team as announced by the league Saturday. Edmondson scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds in Bethel's thrilling 96-93 overtime win over Faulkner in the tournament quarterfinals. He was 9-of-12 from the foul line. Edmondson had a team high 19 points in Bethel's 100-87 loss to William Carey in the semi-finals. He nailed three three-pointers... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 5, 2018

Lighting for Bethel Baseball and Softball Fields Comes to Completion

Bethel University is realizing another milestone in its history as work comes to completion on the school’s first ever lights for the Wildcat baseball and softball fields.      “These particular updates have been on the university’s radar for a while now,” said Amy Thompson, Director of Development at Bethel. “We had been exploring every possible avenue for funding this project – possibly grants – but available grant funds can be... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, March 5, 2018