2013-14 Women's Basketball
Record: 12-19 Home: 4-8 Away: 7-9 Neutral: 1-2 Crossroads: 7-11
 
 
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Women's Basketball - Mon, Apr. 14, 2014 at 10:25 PM

Darian Westmeyer, a 5'7" guard from Toledo Christian High School, has committed to continue her athletic and academic careers for the 2014-2015 season at Bethel College (NAIA) in Mishawaka, IN.  Darian is a multi-sport student-athlete that will compete in basketball and track. During her senior year in basketball, Darian was a captain and the Toledo Area Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Year. She finished her career as the 3rd highest scorer in school history with 952 points. In indoor track this year, Darian finished 2nd in the state tournament in the triple jump. Darian is a four-year letter winner for basketball, volleyball, and will be for track when season is over. 

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Women's Basketball - Mon, Mar. 3, 2014

The NCCAA North Central Region has announced the 2013-14 All-Region Team. The freshmen tandem of Angelique Moore and Aimee Swihart join eight athletes on the All-Region Team while Ashley Lutz and Rachel Jennings make the Honorable Mention list.

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Women's Basketball - Fri, Feb. 28, 2014

The Bethel Lady Pilots had a very uncharacteristic losing season ending with a record of 12-19 and finishing seventh in the Crossroads League standings with a record of 7-11. For the first time in Coach Jody Martinez's tenure, the BC ladies missed postseason play beyond the Crossroads League Tournament. Additionally, it was the first time Martinez's crew did not reach the 20 win plateau which the program had been able to reach in his previous 15 consecutive seasons. Despite all the setbacks and tough losses, there were a slew of positives and great performances during the season which will carry over to future success.

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Women's Basketball - Wed, Feb. 26, 2014

The glimmer of hope that was found in the "new season" of tournament time was quickly dashed as the Bethel College Lady Pilots were kicked to the wayside by Huntington University Tuesday night, 78-41.