The Lady Pilots came up short once again in a Crossroads League match-up against Mount Vernon Nazarene University, 63-56. The Pilots were looking for their 2nd conference win of the season over the 13-6 Cougars and they came pretty close to achieving it behind the hand of Bethel’s Kamala Glen. She had herself a game,
The Pilots had a difficult time keeping up with NAIA 15th ranked Indiana Wesleyan’s fast-break offense. The Lady Pilots started the contest off with a bang, staying right on the heels of the Wildcats. The two squads went back and forth, scoring transition baskets left and right. Kaitlin Elsasser and Jessica Erwin led the Pilots
One team walked away from Mike Lightfoot court today and got their first Crossroads League win of the season. That team was not Bethel, but Grace. A close game until the fourth quarter, 67-53. Both teams struggled to get things going in the first quarter of play. Ultimately, the Lady Lancers did pull out in
The Bethel College women’s basketball season came to an end on Tuesday, Feb. 21 when the Lady Pilots lost to Saint Francis 80-63 in the opening round of the Crossroads league Tournament. Bethel finished the season with an overall record of 10-21 and a Crossroads league record of 7-11. Those are not great records, but
The Bethel College women’s basketball team has been struggling to find a rhythm since former coach Jody Martinez left in 2013. This season began dimly with a 12-game losing streak, but the team may be on to something, winning 6 of their last 10 games. The Lady Pilots hold a 6-16 record (3-7 in league
Bethel College women’s basketball coach Eric Gingerich talks about two key players on this year’s women’s basketball team. Gingerich says both are from the area and both will be counted on heavily on and off the court.
The Bethel College women’s basketball team lost 19 games during the 2015-16 season, finishing with a 12-19 record, and at the end of the season the team suffered another loss when head coach Andrew Wodrich resigned. Wodrich took the job two years ago and was making progress with the team. The Lady Pilots finished sixth in
The Lady Pilots have been in contention to do big things this year under the direction of 2nd year coach Andrew Woodrich, but much like the whole season they just cant seem to get over the hump at times. Previously riding a 4 game winning streak before entering last week’s games, the lady Pilots had their sights set