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Robert Schrock

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Coach Katie Weiss Scores Win No. 100

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MISHAWAKA—Before Katie Weiss was the head coach of the Bethel Pilots, she was a volleyball player for Bethel in the 1990s. She was named an NAIA All-American in 1998 and was inducted into the Dr. Albert J. Beutler Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012. Then, in 2017, ... More »

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Women’s Volleyball Starts Season

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MISHAWAKA—After two successful seasons under Head Coach Katie Weiss that included a NCCAA National Championship and two twenty plus win seasons, the Pilots have started 8-4 while playing in three tournaments and experiencing a Crossroads League loss to Taylor ... More »

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Bethel Men’s Soccer Looks to Repeat 2021 Season

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MISHAWAKA—Bethel men’s soccer is coming off a successful 16-5-2 season where the Pilots won the Crossroads League championship over Indiana Wesleyan. By winning the Crossroads League, the Pilots also qualified for the NAIA Championships where they won a game a... More »

Creative Writing Night

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MISHAWAKA—On Friday, April 8, The Crossings hosted a creative writing and reading night at Sufficient Grounds. All students were invited to attend and the only requirement for participating in the reading was to bring a piece of your own work to read aloud. Ga... More »

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March Madness is Back

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MISHAWAKA—After two years of not having a traditional march madness tournament, basketball has officially returned to normal. In 2019, the tournament was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then in 2020, we did not have crowds because of the pandemic. So, ... More »

Track and Field Competes at NCCAA Nationals 

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Cedarville, OH—On Feb. 11 and 12, the Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams competed in the NCCAA National Championships in Cedarville, Oh. The women finished second, whereas the men finished fourth.   For the women, two athletes won individual national cham... More »

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Bethel Announces 2022 Paulsen Award Recipients

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MISHAWAKA—On Tuesday, Feb. 1, the Bethel Athletic Department announced the 2022 Paulsen Award winners. The Paulsen award is a memorial award that is presented to one man and one woman each year in the athletic department. It is in honor of former Bethel studen... More »

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Women’s Basketball Season Coming to a Close

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MISHAWAKA—With about a month left in the women’s basketball season, the Lady Pilots sit at 9-13 and 4-6 in the Crossroads League. With a 4-6 start in the conference, and nine wins overall, it is the best start to a year since the 2016-17 season, when the Pilot... More »

Bethel Athletic COVID Protocols

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MISHAWAKA—Throughout the last year COVID has been an issue across the country, and Bethel has not been exempt from abiding by the new rules. Athletics is one area that has been heavily affected. With game cancellations all the way to simple protocols—new proto... More »

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Fall Semester Sports Recap

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MISHAWAKA—From national titles to minor improvements, the athletic department saw a wide spread of successes this fall. Young programs saw major improvements, and storied programs saw their history get even deeper.  “First of all, competitively I thought it ha... More »

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Men’s Soccer Season Ends

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MISHAWAKA—This past weekend, the men’s soccer season ended with a loss in the NAIA Championships at the hands of the No. 7 team in the nation, Missouri Valley College, 2-0. The Pilots finished the season 16-5-2, with a regular season Crossroads League champion... More »