The Bethel College women's soccer program announced today that seven high school seniors have signed letters of intent to compete for the Pilots in the fall of 2015. Included in the class are athletes from Indiana, Michigan and Illinois.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced that 578 women's soccer student-athletes have been named as 2014 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. The Bethel Pilots are represented by six athletes from the 2014 women's soccer roster: Kristyn Burt, Laura Conrad, Catherine Kaynish, Jeslyn Lewton, Abby Snyder and Kyla VanDerWeele.
The Bethel Pilots women's soccer team finished their 2014 campaign on Saturday afternoon falling to the Knights of Marian University 4-2 on Morey Field. The Pilots struggled through September and October and were unable to post a win through 15-straight contests, including nine Crossroads League matchups. Bethel ends the season 1-17 and did not make the cut for the Crossroads League postseason tournament.
Still searching for a Crossroads League victory, the Bethel women's soccer team once again fell just short of getting into the win column as they fell to Goshen College 2-3. The loss drops the team's overall season record to 1-16 while Goshen improves to 4-13.