The Bethel College men's cross country team and track and field team are pleased to announce the signing of Henry Zelaya to a letter of intent to continue his academic and athletic career at Bethel College.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced that 340 women's cross country student-athletes and 210 men's cross country student-athletes have been named as 2014 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. The Bethel Pilots are represented by one athlete on each list with seniors Jacob Massengale and Paige Rizzo receiving the honors.
The Pilots headed east through lake effect snow storms to Houghton, New York for the NCCAA National Cross Country Championships hosted by Houghton College. Only the top seven for each squad raced on Saturday morning in cold temperatures but calm conditions. Scattered across the ground were patches of snow. The men's race was even greeted by gently falling snow throughout. On Friday evening, the remaining team members ran in an unofficial open race, which proved to be a great precursor to the Saturday races.
The Pilot harriers traveled to Upland, Indiana for the Crossroads League Championship hosted by Taylor University. It marked the second-ever race on the course Taylor has been working a couple of years to prepare. The Pilots raced on it in their first meet of the season in searing heat, but today was much cooler and windy. The NAIA national qualifiers are determined by this race and this race only. The Crossroads League is tough on both sides with many nationally ranked teams, which set the stage for some good entertaining races.
|Bethel at||11th of 35|
|NAIA Great Lakes Challenge|
|Bethel at||6th of 13|
|Bethel College Invitational|
|Bethel at||39th of 42|
|Louisville CC Classic|
|Bethel at||10th of 39|
|Bethel at||6th of 7|