The Bethel men's and women's track and field teams concluded their indoor season Saturday afternoon at the NAIA Indoor Championships. The men's team finished the meet with five points earning 32nd place while the women finished eleventh with 20 points marking the best finish and most points ever scored at the NAIA Indoor Championships by a Bethel women's team.
After falling in the day's opener 9-1 to Siena Heights, Bethel baseball rebounded in a big way earning their first win of the season over Warner University 10-3. The win puts BC's overall record at 1-11 on the season.
Tucson, AZ - Bethel's bats come alive in game one against The University of Great Falls. The Pilots lead off with junior Kelsey Caposey who singled and then stole second base to put herself in scoring position for the team. A sacrifice bunt by senior Brookelyn Smith moved Caposey over to third base, allowing junior Natalie Newell to hit a sacrifice fly to left field and score Caposey. Bethel didn't score again until the top of the fifth inning when senior Jessica Ewen led off with a double to center field. Freshman Jordan Mathison would pinch run for Ewen and be moved to third base by a sac bunt from junior Katie Claxon. Mathison crossed the plate on senior Katrina Klingberg's ground out, putting the Pilots ahead 2-0.
On day two at the Spire Institute at the NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships, the Pilots tallied three All-Americans including one National Runner-Up and three new school records.
|University of Saint Francis||Out|
|(17) Bethel vs||6:45pm|
|(15) California State University-Maritime||EST|
|NAIA National Tournament|
|Indiana Wesleyan University at||Game|
|Indiana Wesleyan University at||3:00pm|
|University of Saint Francis at||2:00pm|
|University of Saint Francis at||Game|
|(RV) Bethel at||Game|
|(RV) Marian University||2|
|(RV) Bethel at||3:00pm|
|(RV) Marian University||EST|
|University of Saint Francis||EST|
|University of Saint Francis||2|
|Spring Arbor University at||Game|
|Spring Arbor University at||1:00pm|