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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

Bethel to Hold Career Fair for Students and Alumni on March 15

Bethel University’s Office of Career Services will hold its annual Career Fair for both its students and alumni on  Thursday, March 15 from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.   in the Board Room of the Vera Low Center for Student Enrichment.      “We have some great companies coming to campus for this event,” said Rachael French Brooks, Director of Career Services and Prevention. “What we want students and our alumni in the area to realize... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 2, 2018

2018 SSAC WOMEN'S BASKETBALL AWARDS ANNOUNCED

MONTGOMERY, Ala. –  The Southern States Athletic Conference women's basketball year-end awards were announced Wednesday evening, highlighted by Zoie Miller (Loyola) being named Player of the Year and Kyle Bent (Martin Methodist) being named Coach of the Year. Bethel's  Laurhen Pickett  was named Newcomer of the Year. She was joined on the first team all-conference team by teammates  Shamon Pearson  and  Morgan Martin . Several other Lady Cats won... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 2, 2018

2018 SSAC MEN'S BASKETBALL AWARDS ANNOUNCED

MONTGOMERY, Ala. –  The Southern States Athletic Conference men's basketball year-end awards were announced Wednesday evening, highlighted by Troy Salvant (William Carey) being named Player of the Year and Steve Knight (William Carey) being named Coach of the Year. Bethel's  Isaac Edmondson  was named first team all-conference.  Chase Nappier  was named to the second team. Several other Wildcats won awards in selected areas. Notes about the Award ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 2, 2018

IESHA KIZER CAPTURES SSAC SOFTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARD

MONTGOMERY, Ala.  – Iesha Kizer  of Bethel University was named SSAC Softball Player of the Week, presented by BoxOut Sports, the league office announced Monday. The award is based on performance for the week of Feb. 19-25. Iesha Kizer  (Bethel – JR – OF – Lexington, Tenn.) ·        The Wildcats split a pair of  games  with Lindenwood-Belleville as Kizer starred at the plate. ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 2, 2018

1982 TEAM HONORED AT CRISP ARENA

MCKENZIE, Tenn. – When the Bethel Wildcats played  host  to the  Martin  Methodist RedHawks Saturday in a SSAC basketball doubleheader in Crisp Arena fans were treated to not only Senior Day festivities but also treated to see some of the great Wildcats of the past. The 1982 men's basketball team was honored at halftime of the men's  game . The heralded team was inducted into the Bethel University Athletic Hall-of-Fame this past year. The squad is... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 2, 2018

BETHEL UNIVERSITY REGAINS 1ST PLACE IN THE CABELA'S SCHOOL OF THE YEAR PRESENTED BY ABU GARCIA

With spring just around the corner, the race to win the most prestigious title in collegiate bass fishing has begun to warm up just as the water temperatures have.  This year's race for Cabela's School of the Year presented by Abu Garcia has turned to be one of the biggest and hardest one to win thanks in large part to a new points system designed to provide more points earning opportunities than ever before for college anglers nationwide. Bethel University's bass fishing... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, March 2, 2018

Physician Assistant Program Attends PA Day on the Hill

Members of Bethel University’s Physician Assistant Program Attend PA Day on the Hill   NASHVILLE, TN – Members of Bethel University’s Physician Assistant Studies Program attended and took part in the annual PA Day on the Hill, Tuesday, Feb. 20 in Nashville. The event, sponsored by the Tennessee Academy of Physician Assistants (TAPA), brought together practicing PAs and PA students and state legislators.    The day included a networking... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, February 26, 2018

Be a Hero Suicide Prevention Day Scheduled For Thursday, March 1 at Bethel

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Feb. 26, 2018): Be A HERO  Suicide Prevention Day will take place Thursday, March 1 on the McKenzie campus of Bethel University. The event is sponsored by Bethel University along with the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN) and Carey Counseling Center, Inc.        Rachael French Brooks, Director of Career Services and Prevention at Bethel said the purpose behind Bethel's Be... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, February 26, 2018

More on Write on, Wildcats -- Bethel's Quality Enhancement Plan

  4:  Practical Questions   Will a Writing Enrichment Class be a required elective course or part of my major’s required classes?   Ordinarily, Writing Enrichment classes will be selected from classes that already required for graduation in your major.   How will I know what classes are Writing Enrichment Classes during registration?   Writing Enrichment classes will be designated by including a ’W’ in the... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 23, 2018

FISHING UNIVERSITY'S "MAKE ME A STAR" COMING BACK TO BETHEL

MCKENZIE, Tenn. - Bethel Bass Coach  Garry Mason  announced Thursday  a Fishing University "Make me a Star" filming event will take place on the campus Thursday March 8th at 7 p.m. Charlie Ingram and Ray Brasher will bring their national television show to the Bethel campus to film this portion of the "Make Me a Star" contest.  All four of the top contenders receive prizes and  scholarship  offers to attend Bethel University and become a... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 23, 2018

Bethel's Claws is Repeat Winner of SSAC Mascot Challenge

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Claws (Bethel) repeated as the winner of the SSAC Mascot Challenge Thursday, edging out Rage (Dalton State) and Rowdy (Martin Methodist). The contest featured three rounds of voting, with voting taking place on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@SSACsports). It featured 3,143 votes in all, with 1,230 votes being cast in the finals. Final Round Results (Facebook& Twitter) 1. Claws - Twitter: 258 Facebook: 249 Total: 507 2. Rage- Twitter: 134 Facebook: 296... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, February 22, 2018

MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE WOMEN'S BOWLING ACADEMIC AWARDS ANNOUNCED

COLUMBIA, Ky. – Thirty-eight Mid-South Conference women's bowling student-athletes earned Academic All MSC honors, conference officials announced on Wednesday. Bethel's  Makenzie Bowman  and Alyssia Easley were named to the team. In  order  to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved at least sophomore academic status. Pikeville (Ky.) and Campbellsville... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, February 21, 2018

MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE MEN'S BOWLING ACADEMIC AWARDS ANNOUNCED

COLUMBIA, Ky. – Twenty-two Mid-South Conference men's bowling student-athletes earned Academic All MSC honors, conference officials announced on Wednesday. Two Bethel bowlers were named to the squad.  Connor Bradley  and  Nick Corbin  represented the Wildcats on the team. In  order  to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved at least sophomore... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Alumna Lauren Lay Shares Post-Graduation Adventure Living in New York City

When alumna Lauren Lay got to make a short three-day trip home from New York City to her family in Tennessee recently, she was adamant about spending at least an afternoon with her Bethel family. With no time to spare, she and a fellow alum made a beeline to the Daily Grind for coffee.      “We then took a stroll around campus which included a peek at the recent library renovations and the Vera Low Center,” she said. ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, February 21, 2018

FINALS SET FOR 2018 SSAC MASCOT CHALLENGE FEB. 20-22

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Claws (Bethel), Rowdy (Martin Methodist) and Rage (Dalton State) will compete for the 2018 SSAC Mascot Challenge title Feb. 20-22, with voting on Facebook (@SSACsports) and Twitter (@SSACsports). The three mascots have made it through two rounds of voting, starting with the preliminary round on Facebook, and moving through the second round with Twitter and Instagram voting. Claws is the defending champion. Final Round (Feb. 20-22 | Facebook & Twitter) ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, February 19, 2018

Darden Accepted to Study Law at Oxford Brookes Law in Oxford, England

Bethel University senior Gabrielle (Gabby) Darden was recently accepted to study law at Oxford Brookes Law in Oxford, England. Darden, who will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in May, will then prepare to begin her legal studies abroad in the fall. Once a ward of the state via foster care during her childhood, Darden says it is her passion to combine her unconventional upbringing with educational experiences and opportunities to combat and simplify issues in... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, February 19, 2018

Bethel's Quality Enhancement Plan -- Write on, Wildcats to Increase Students' Mastery Skills in Writing

Part  3: What is a good writer? A good writer is one who is able to produce high quality written works. For the QEP, this means that a good writer is one who: 1  creates written works that are appropriate to the audience and its purpose. 2  creates written works centered on a main idea and includes relevant content that explains the idea. 3  creates well-structured and clearly written paragraphs. 4  incorporates credible information... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 16, 2018

Academic Theatre’s Boeing, Boeing Begins Feb. 22

Bethel University Academic Theatre’s presentation of the play Boeing, Boeing begins Feb. 22 in Bouldin Auditorium of the Dickey Fine Arts Building on the school’s McKenzie campus.      Boeing-Boeing is a classic farce written by the French playwright Marc Comoletti. The play’s story is set in the 1960s where bachelor Bernard couldn’t be happier with a flat in Paris and three attractive stewardesses all engaged to him without knowing the other.... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 16, 2018

Bethel’s D’Anthony Kemp is SSAC Cheerleading Student Response Athlete of the Year

Bethel University student D’Anthony Kemp was recently named the Southern States Athletic Association (SSAC) Cheerleading Student Response Athlete of the Year.      “This is a very big honor,” said Bethel University Cheer Coach Leigh Carr. “In fact, it is one of the SSAC’s highest honors. There is only one winner per sport. So, out of all the cheer teams in our entire conference, and out of all the individuals on those... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 16, 2018

BASS CATS DOMINATE IN LATEST EVENT

The Bethel University Bass team of  Cole Floyd  of Leesburg, Ohio, and  Carter McNeil  of Abbeville, South Carolina, won the YETI FLW College Fishing event on Lake Seminole (GA) presented by Bass Pro Shops tournament Saturday with a five-bass limit weighing 28 pounds, 1 ounce – the third-largest five-bass limit ever weighed in the 10-year history of FLW College Fishing. The victory earned the Wildcats Bass Team a spot in the 2019 FLW College Fishing National... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 16, 2018

PURPLE -GOLD SPRING FOOTBALL GAME SET FOR APRIL 21

The Bethel University Annual Spring football game will be played Saturday, April 21. Kick-off is slated for 5 p.m. Spring practice begins on March 18th.   The Wildcats will face a challenging schedule with five home games and five road game this fall. The Cats open the season at home on Thursday, August 23rd at 6 p.m. against Mid-South power Reinhardt   who made it to the NAIA title  game  last year and finished 13-1 on the season. Their only... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 16, 2018

NEW INLINE HOCKEY LEAGUE – BOYS AND GIRLS AGES 8 AND UP

Saturday February 17th at 2:00 p.m. Bethel's Inline Hockey Coach Ryne Potts is hosting an interest meeting for the surrounding counties. The goal is to introduce interested parents of boys and girls (8 years and up) to the idea of a new inline league. Utilizing the experience from former 2010 - 2011 National Champion, Semi-pro and other collegiate level athletes, they will provide participants with the best techniques to help all levels (beginners to advance). The first meeting... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Don't Forget to Vote for Claws!

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The six seeds for the semifinals are set in the 2018 SSAC Mascot Challenge, with Claws and Rowdy comfortably sitting in the top two  slots . The next round will take place Feb. 13-16 with 24-hour Twitter Polls on Twitter (@SSACsports) and 24-hour poll stickers on Instagram stories (@SSACsports). Round One Results Two mascots were eliminated in the first round of voting on Facebook, and the remaining six mascots were seeded based on number of... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Bethel Academic Theatre to Present Boeing, Boeing

Bethel’s Academic Theatre will present the play Boeing, Boeing , Feb. 22-24 in Bouldin Auditorium of the Dickey Fine Arts Building on the school’s McKenzie campus.      Boeing, Boeing is a classic farce written by the French playwright Marc Comoletti. The English language adaptation, translated by Beverley Cross, was first staged in London at the Apollo Theatre in 1962 and transferred to the Duchess Theatre in 1965 running for a total of seven years. ... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Vote for Bethel University's Claws For This Year's SSAC Mascot of the Year

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Posted by Jennifer Glass at Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Bethel University Named One of Five Schools Recognized in Recent U.S. News & World Report Article

Bethel University was recently recognized along with four other colleges in a December 2017 article that ran in the national publication, U.S. News & World Report. The article entitled Why Enrollment is Rising at Large Christian Colleges, stated that “among all schools that reported to U.S. News in an annual survey as having a Christian, non-Roman Catholic affiliation, the five schools that grew the most in first-time, first-year enrollment increases from fall 2001 to fall 2016... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Monday, February 5, 2018

Bethel Offers Chance to High School Students to Win Tuition Scholarship

Bethel University will once again offer high school students who attend District basketball tournament games played at Bethel’s Crisp Arena a chance to win a tuition scholarship to the school.      The scholarship, valued at more than $15,000, would cover tuition for a traditional undergraduate student for two consecutive semesters.      The competition is open to high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors. To be eligible, students... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 2, 2018

Introducing Write on, Wildcats!

Introducing Part  1   What Exactly is a Quality Enhancement Plan and why do we have one? The Quality Enhancement Plan is a critical component of our SACSCOC Reaffirmation of Accreditation process. Each institution seeking accreditation or reaffirmation of accreditation must develop a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) that 1.) includes an institutional process for identifying key issues emerging from institutional assessment; 2.) focuses on student learning outcomes... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Friday, February 2, 2018

MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE WOMEN'S SWIMMING ACADEMIC AWARDS ANNOUNCED

COLUMBIA, Ky. –  Thirty-seven Mid-South Conference women's swimming student-athletes earned Academic All MSC honors, conference officials announced on Wednesday. Three Bethel Lady Wildcats were named to the team.  Brittany Cook ,  Danielle Elbert  and  Rachel Lancaster  excelled in the pool and in the classroom.  In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, February 1, 2018

MID-SOUTH CONFERENCE MEN'S SWIMMING ACADEMIC AWARDS ANNOUNCED

COLUMBIA, Ky. – Twenty-nine Mid-South Conference men's swimming student-athletes earned Academic All MSC honors, conference officials announced on Wednesday. Bethel's  Joshua Lay  was named to the squad. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved at least sophomore academic status. Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.) led all MSC institutions with eight... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, February 1, 2018

2018 SSAC MASCOT CHALLENGE RUNS FEB. 6-22 -- Claws is Defending His Title!

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The 2018 Southern States Athletic Conference Mascot Challenge will start Feb. 6, and run through Feb. 22. Claws (Bethel) edged out Rowdy (Martin Methodist) to claim last year's title. Voting for the challenge will take place on the league's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts (@SSACsports). The Contenders Bethel – Claws Blue Mountain - Topper the Ram Dalton State – Rage Faulkner - Baldwin the Eagle Loyola - Havoc T. Wolf... Read More
Posted by Jennifer Glass at Thursday, February 1, 2018