2015-16 Men's Basketball
Record: 9-0 Home: 5-0 Away: 2-0 Neutral: 2-0 Crossroads: 1-0
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Men's Basketball - Tue, Nov. 24, 2015

Mishawaka, Ind.- In the first night of competition for the Crossroads League the Bethel College Pilots defeated Mount Vernon Nazarene University Cougars 87-73. The Pilots would struggle in the first half shooting only 39 percent from the floor and just 27 percent from the three point line. The Cougars used the cold shooting and foul trouble to capitalize on the Pilots in the first half. During the first half the Cougars would lead by as many as 11 and would go into half with a four point lead on the Pilots. 

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Men's Basketball - Sat, Nov. 21, 2015

Dubuque, Iowa- The Pilots traveled five hours on Saturday to take on the Crusaders of Clarke University. The Pilots would rely on the junior trio of Clay Yeo, Jordyn Coon, and Caleb Oetjen to help push past the Crusaders 82-60. Yeo would lead all scorers with 24 points, while Coon would add 15 and Oetjen would record his first career double-double as a Pilot with 11 points and 10 rebounds.

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Men's Basketball - Tue, Nov. 17, 2015

Greenville, SC – In the third week of voting the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Student-Athlete of the Week awards for men's and women's basketball have been released for competitions during the week of November 9 through November 15. Players are selected for the award by their performances and contributions during the week of competition. For the second time in three weeks a Bethel College Pilot has been selected as the NCCAA men's basketball Student-Athlete of the Week. Junior guard Clay Yeo received the award for leading the No. 22 ranked Pilots on a 3-0 week and a perfect 7-0 start to the season averaging an outstanding 23 points, 3.3 steals, 2.3 rebounds and 1.3 assist per game in the past week.  

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Men's Basketball - Sat, Nov. 14, 2015

Mishawaka, Ind.- The Bethel College Pilots came out ready to go Saturday afternoon as they beat No. 10 ranked Indiana University East 93-56. The Pilots would take advantage of a rough shooting night by the Red Wolves who would go into half shooting just 23 percent and going 2-of-16 from the three point line. After struggling from behind the arch in previous games the Pilots started to click from all cylinders tonight. The Pilots would go into half shooting 4-for-4 from behind the three point arch. Going into the half the Pilots led the Red Wolves 46-to-25.