Bethany


Bethany repeated as PAC men's basketball champion with a 58-53 victory over Thomas More.
(photo by Martin Santek Photography)
 

EIGHT MBB PLAYERS NAMED TO 2011-12 NABC HONORS COURT (7/24/12)
Six members of the Waynesburg University men's basketball program, along with a pair of players from Thomas More College, were recently recognized by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) as members of the 2011-12 NABC Honors Court. The NABC Honors Court recognizes collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the 2011-12 season.

 

NABC ALL-DISTRICT TEAMS & D3HOOPS.COM ALL-REGION TEAMS ANNOUNCED (3/13/12)
Two PAC men's basketball players have been named to the 2012 NABC Division III All-District teams, while five PAC basketball players have been named to the 2011-12 D3hoops.com All-Region teams. On the men's side, Bethany junior F Nick Wilcox was named first team All-Great Lakes Region by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), while teammate senior F British Alexander was named to the second team. Wilcox and Thiel junior F Blair Rozenblad were both named to the D3Hoops.com Men's Great Lakes Region second team.

 

BETHANY MEN DROP NCAA TOURNAMENT OPENER (3/2/12)

The PAC champion Bethany Bison saw their second half comeback fall just short in a 69-57 NCAA first round loss at St. Mary's Thursday night. With the loss, the Bison saw their season end with a 25-4 overall record.

 

2012 ALL-PAC MEN'S HOOPS TEAMS RELEASED (2/28/12)

The 2012 All-PAC Men's Basketball teams have been released. Junior F Nick Wilcox of PAC champion Bethany was named the 2012 PAC Player of the Year, while 2012 PAC Coach of the Year laurels went to Thomas More mentor Jeff Rogers.

 

PAC CHAMP BETHANY TO PLAY IN NCAA TOURNEY (2/27/12)

Two-time defending PAC champion Bethany will compete this week in the 2012 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament. The bracket has the Bison playing one of just two first round games on Thursday night, as the Bison will travel to face St. Mary's (Md.) in an opening round tilt. The winner will head to Virginia Wesleyan (which received a first-round bye) this Saturday for a second round matchup.

TOP-SEEDED BETHANY CAPTURES 2012 PAC TITLE (2/25/12)

Bethany College emerged as champions of the 2012 PAC Men's Basketball Championship Tournament with a title game win on February 25. With the victory, the Bison have now earned the PAC's automatic bid for next week's NCAA Division III Basketball Tournament. Top-seeded BC raced to a 39-19 lead early in the second half, only to see #3 Thomas More rally late. A key steal and four free throws in the final 30 seconds by Bison junior Reece Mabery sealed the 58-53 BC win, giving Bethany its second consecutive PAC crown and their record 14th in league history.

 

BETHANY, TMC ADVANCE TO PAC TITLE GAME (2/23/12)
Top-seeded Bethany and third seed Thomas More each posted semifinal wins to advance to the championship game of the 2012 PAC Men's Basketball Championship Tournament. The Bison will host the Saints in a battle for the crown in Bethany, W.Va., this Saturday, Feb. 25, at 7:30 p.m. Bethany led upset-minded #7 seed Washington & Jefferson by just four points (43-39) at halftime, but pulled away from the Presidents midway through the second period to advance with an 82-69 final behind 29 points by junior F Nick Wilcox. TMC also had a struggle on its hands early, as the Bearcats took a 35-32 advantage into intermission. However, the Saints used a late spurt to outscore SVC 43-35 in the final 20 minutes and advance via a 75-70 decision. Junior F Phil Feinberg paced Thomas More with a 25-point, 10-rebound double double. The winner of Saturday night's PAC title game receives the conference's automatic bid to the 2012 NCAA Division III Tournament, beginning the weekend of March 2-3.

 

PAC TOURNAMENTS IN FULL SWING AFTER QUARTERFINAL CONTESTS; W&J MEN POST UPSET OVER THIEL (2/21/12)
The 2012 PAC Men's Basketball Championship Tournament got into full swing on February 21 with four quarterfinal contests. The big upset of the night came in Greenville, as #7 Washington & Jefferson knocked off #2 Thiel 91-89 to advance to the semifinal round Thursday night. The Cinderella Presidents now advance to face local rival and top-seeded Bethany, which knocked off a game #9 seeded Waynesburg squad 82-69. The other men's semifinal has #4 Saint Vincent traveling to face #3 Thomas More. The Bearcats edged #5 Grove City 71-64, while the Saints closed their game with a 26-2 run to break open a close contest and ruin Geneva's first-ever trip to the PAC Tournament with an 82-56 decision over the #6 Golden Tornadoes. The championship final is set for Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the highest remaining seed.

 

PAC TOURNAMENT OPENS WITH PLAY-IN GAME (2/20/12)
The 2012 PAC Men's Basketball Championship Tournament got underway this evening (Monday, Feb. 20) with the first-ever "play-in" first round game between #9 Waynesburg and #8 Westminster in New Wilmington. The Yellow Jackets overcame a 24-23 halftime deficit to upend the host Titans 63-57 and advance to the quarterfinal round at top-seeded Bethany tomorrow night.

 

BETHANY MEN EARN TOP SEED, HOME COURT FOR 2012 PAC BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT (2/18/12)
The Bethany College men are the top seed and will have home court advantage throughout the 2012 PAC Men's & Women's Basketball Championship Tournaments, which take place Feb. 20-25 on campus sites. The winner of the PAC Men's Basketball Championship Tournament will receive the conference's automatic bid to the 2012 NCAA Division III Basketball Tournament, beginning the weekend of March 2-3, 2012. Admission for all PAC Tournament games is $5 for adults and $2 for students, with students of host schools admitted free of charge with valid college ID. No conference or institutional passes are accepted for PAC Tournament contests.

 

BETHANY ONE WIN AWAY FROM TOP SEED (2/16/12)

PAC basketball action on Wednesday, February 15 resulted in the men's top spot still being up for grabs and the women's top spot being secured by Thomas More. In the men's race, Bethany cruised to a 91-65 win over Westminster making them one win away from claiming the number one seed.  Washington & Jefferson  snapped an eight-game losing streak by defeating Geneva 89-73. Grove City rolled past Waynesburg 82-64, while Thomas More was victorious at home over Saint Vincent, 81-74. Thiel had the night off. Conference statistics in men's basketball through February 15 are online.

 

BETHANY MOVES INTO FIRST WITH WIN AT THIEL (2/11/12)
PAC basketball action on Saturday, February 11 resulted in the men's standings changing at the top and the women's remaining the same. In the menís race, Bethany traveled to Thiel for a first-place battle and the Bison took home the number one spot with a 70-67 win over the Tomcats. Waynesburg saw themselves down by only three points at the half, but Thomas More opened the second half on a 26-10 run and held on to win 69-60. Grove City won its third straight PAC game by rolling to an 87-67 victory at Washington & Jefferson, while Saint Vincent outlasted Geneva 76-56. Westminster had the night off. Conference statistics in men's basketball through February 11 are online.

 

PAC HOOPS RACE UNCHANGED AFTER 2/8 GAMES (2/8/12)
The top basketball teams in the PAC all held serve Wednesday night, albeit with a few close calls, leaving the races for the conference regular season titles unchanged with three games to play. All four top men's teams posted wins, including league leader Thiel and Thomas More each surviving upset bids on the road. The Tomcats posted a 78-75 come-from-behind win at Geneva, while the Saints edged Westminster 75-71. Bethany used a huge second half to roll past Waynesburg 75-44, while Saint Vincent outlasted W&J 77-62. Grove City had the night off. The stage is now set for Saturday's huge matchup in Greenville between first-place Thiel and second-place Bethany, with the top spot in the conference standings going to the victor. Conference statistics in men's basketball through February 8 are online.

 

THOMAS MORE VICTORIOUS OVER THIEL (2/4/12)
With two weeks to play in the 2011-12 regular season, the PAC menís and womenís basketball standings continue to tighten at the top. In menís action, Thomas More handed Thiel its second PAC loss of the season, as the Saints defeated the Tomcats 73-63.
 Bethany's Nick Wilcox scored his 1,000th career point in the Bison's victory over Washington & Jefferson, 81-49. Grove Cityís Mitch Marmelstein had six three-pointers in the Wolverines 80-78 win over Westminster and Saint Vincent took a 77-55 road win over Waynesburg. Geneva had the afternoon off.

 

TMC'S WHELAN NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT (2/2/12)
The 2012 Capital One Division III Academic All-District teams, were released today (february 2) by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). The lone men's representative from the PAC was Thomas More senior Daniel Whelan (3.79 GPA, accounting), who also earned District II first team laurels. Whelan now moves to the Division III Academic All-America national ballot, with teams to be released later this month.

 

PAC RACE TIGHTENS AFTER TOP TEAMS UPSET (2/1/12)
It was Upset Wednesday in PAC men's basketball on February 1, as the top two teams each suffered road losses to tighten the regular season race at the top of the conference-standings. Saint Vincent handed Thiel its first PAC loss of the season, as the Bearcats raced to a 16-point halftime lead en route to a 78-64 home win over the Tomcats. However, second place Bethany could not take advantage of the Thiel loss, as the Bison also fell on the road at Thomas More, 68-57. The men's game of the night saw Grove City break a 71-71 tie with 27 seconds to play on a three-pointer by freshman Mitch Marmelstein, then hold on to win 76-74 at Geneva. Finally, Westminster snapped a 10-game losing streak to Washington & Jefferson by virtue of a 73-60 home decision over the Presidents. Waynesburg had the night off. Complete men's basketball statistics are available online.

 

NO CHANGES AT TOP AS PAC HITS FINAL WEEKS (1/28/12)

With three weeks to play in the 2011-12 regular season, there were no changes at the top of the PAC men's and women's basketball standings following a full slate of conference contests on January 28. In men's action, Thiel has little trouble keeping its perfect league record intact, as the Tomcats rolled to a 98-61 home win over Westminster. Second-place Bethany had the weekend off, but third-place Thomas More and fourth-place Saint Vincent each kept pace with road victories, as the Saints outlasted Washington & Jefferson 84-74, while the Bearcats closed the game with a 19-7 run to edge Grove City 62-57. Finally, Geneva was a 70-58 winner at Waynesburg.

 

FINAL FOUR WEEKS OF SEASON: THIEL IS 10-0 (1/25/12)

PAC basketball heads into the final four weeks of the regular season and without any major changes in the standings. On the menís side, PAC leader Thiel remained undefeated in league action, as the Tomcats defeated Washington & Jefferson 68-64. Bethany still remains one game back of Thiel, as the Bison improved to 9-1 in league action with a 71-54 road win over Geneva. Thomas More moved up to third place after topping Grove City 73-65. Westminster was victorious at home beating Waynesburg 72-55, while Saint Vincent had the night off.

 

SECOND HALF OF PAC SCHEDULE UNDERWAY (1/21/12)
The second half of the 2011-12 PAC basketball regular schedule got underway with a full slate of games on Saturday, Jan. 21. The men's race saw no change at the top as all four home teams were victorious. PAC leader Thiel remained unbeaten in league action, as the Tomcats won their 17th straight regular season home game with a 66-48 decision over visiting Waynesburg. Bethany remained one game back of Thiel, as the Bison improved to 16-2 overall with a 78-57 home win over Grove City. Saint Vincent stayed in third
place after cruising past Westminster 79-47, while Thomas More is still in fourth after topping Geneva 91-77. W&J had the weekend off.

 

TC REMAINS 8-0 AFTER FIRST HALF OF SCHEDULE (1/18/12)
PAC basketball action on Wednesday, January 18 saw the first half of the 2011-12 schedule come to a close. On the men's side, Thiel remained undefeated surviving a late Grove City rally to slip away with a 56-49 victory, while second place Bethany defeated third place Saint Vincent 77-63. In an overtime thriller, Westminster defeated Geneva 82-81. Waynesburg took its first league win over Washington & Jefferson, 69-57. In non-conference action, Thomas More fell to Wilmington 96-83.

 

HAMM NAMED PAC SAAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE (1/18/12)
The PAC announced today that junior men's basketball player Ryan Hamm of Thomas More College has been named PAC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Male Scholar-Athlete of the Month for January, 2012.

 

PAC STANDINGS UNCHANGED AFTER 1/14 GAMES (1/14/12)
PAC basketball action on Saturday, January 14 resulted in the men's standings remained unchanged at the top. First place Thiel had the weekend off, but second-place Bethany and third place Saint Vincent stayed on the Tomcats' heels with wins. The Bison edged upset-minded Westminster 76-66, while the Bearcats overcame a halftime deficit to topple visiting Thomas More 86-71. In other action, Geneva edged W&J 81-74 at home, while Grove City won at Waynesburg 56-53.
 

THIEL MEN CAPTURE FIRST PLACE SHOWDOWN (1/11/12)
The PAC men's basketball schedule for Wednesday, January 11 was highlighted by a matchup of unbeaten conference teams, with sole possession of first place on the line. The highly anticipated battle between 2011 PAC tournament champion Bethany and 2011 PAC regular season champion Thiel saw the Tomcats use a stellar defensive effort to prevail 69-57 on the road against the Bison. In other men's matchups, the game of the night was in Grove City, where W&J's Zach Bellhy scored the final two of his 33 points on a go-ahead basket with four seconds to play in a 67-66 President win over the host Wolverines. Thomas More kept Waynesburg winless in league play with a 70-62 home decision, while Saint Vincent posted a 90-76 road victory over Geneva. Westminster had the night off.

 

TC AND BC REMAIN PERFECT IN PAC ACTION (1/7/12)
The first Saturday of 2012 featured a full slate of PAC basketball doubleheaders with all 19 teams in action. In menís action, 2010-11 PAC tournament champion Bethany held visiting Waynesburg to just 14 first-half points and coasted to a 73-45 victory to remain undefeated in PAC play. Thiel stretched its regular season home winning streak to 16 games after defeating Geneva 73-56. Thomas More used a 32-15 run in the second half to beat Westminster 79-68. Dennis Bassich scored a career-high 33 points, including 8 three-pointers, to lead Saint Vincent to a 75-68 victory over visiting Washington & Jefferson. In non-league action, the Grove City men fell 64-62 to Penn State-Beaver.

 

THE START OF 2012 LEAVES TWO TEAMS ON TOP (1/4/12)

The first date of PAC basketball games in 2012 took place on Wednesday, January 4 with all 19 teams in action. In menís action, two longtime local rivals faced off, Bethany defeated Washington & Jefferson 79-60 and Grove City held off Westminster by a score of 69-66. Saint Vincent evened its PAC mark to 2-2 with a 68-61 win over Waynesburg. Thiel topped Thomas More 66-64 to remain undefeated in the PAC at 5-0. In non-league action the Geneva men fell 100-48 to national power Wooster.

 

BC'S WILCOX NAMED TO "TEAM OF THE WEEK" (12/21/11)
Bethany College junior F Nick Wilcox has been named to the "Team of the Week" by the D3Hoops.com website for the week ending Dec 18, 2011. Wilcox averaged 19 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists in a pair of road wins for the Bison. He posted a team-high 20 points, including the game-winning free throw with three seconds left to lift Bethany to 74-73 victory at Frostburg State

 

BISON TOP TMC IN BATTLE OF PAC UNBEATENS (12/10/11)

The final date of PAC basketball games in the 2011 calendar year took place on Saturday, Dec. 10, as teams will not resume league play until after the holidays on Wed., Jan. 4, 2012. In men's action, 2010-11 PAC tournament champion Bethany and '10-11 regular season champ Thiel each posted impressive wins to remain tied atop the league standings. The Bison knocked off Thomas More, which was previously unbeaten in PAC action, 89-74. Meanwhile, the Tomcats joined Bethany at 4-0 in league play by posting an 86-69 home win over Saint Vincent. In other action, Andy Carter buried a 13-foot jumper on the baseline as time expired to lift W&J over Westminster 65-63, while Geneva evened its PAC mark at 2-2 with a 64-60 decision at Grove City. Waynesburg went out of conference, falling at NAIA member Malone 84-60.

 

GENEVA'S SANTARSIERO EARNS 250TH WIN (12/7/11)

Geneva College menís basketball head coach Jeff Santarsiero earned his 250th career victory as a collegiate men's basketball coach when the Golden Tornadoes defeated Waynesburg 77-72. Santarsiero  became only the second head coach in Geneva menís basketball history to secure 250 career victories. With this win the Golden Tornadoes made history by picking up the schoolís victory as an official member of the Presidentsí Athletic Conference. The victory pushed Genevaís overall record to 2-6 including a 1-2 mark in the conference.

 

THREE TEAMS REMAIN UNDEFEATED IN PAC (12/7/11)
The Geneva Golden Tornadoes picked up their first PAC victory with a 77-72 win over Waynesburg. Defending PAC regular season champion Thiel defeated Westminster 78-61. A 30-foot jumper as time expired gave Thomas More a 67-66 win over Washington & Jefferson.  Grove City's perfect free throw shooting in the last thirty seconds of the game gave them the edge in a 58-54 win over Saint Vincent.
 Complete men's basketball statistics are available online.

 

FIRST PAC BASKETBALL SATURDAY COMPLETE (12/3/11)
With a full slate of league games, 18 of the 19 PAC basketball teams competed this afternoon. On the men's side, defending PAC tournament champion Bethany defeated Geneva 82-51. Defending PAC regular season champion Thiel used a big second half 17-1 run to break open the game and defeat Washington & Jefferson 63-48. Thomas More was victorious at Grove City 68-55, while Westminster snapped a four-game losing streak with a 74-71 win at Waynesburg. The Saint Vincent men had off. Complete men's basketball statistics are available online.

 

PAC NETWORK ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE CHANGE (12/2/11)
The PAC Sports Network has announced a change to its conference basketball video webcast schedule. The Washington & Jefferson-Thiel doubleheader scheduled for Saturday will not be webcast due to a scheduling conflict. In its place, the network will carry the Washington & Jefferson-Thomas More doubleheader on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

 

PAC LEAGUE SCHEDULE GETS UNDERWAY (12/1/11)
The 2011-12 PAC basketball conference schedule got underway on Wednesday (Nov. 30) with a full slate of league games. On the men's side, all four games were captured by road teams. Defending PAC tournament champion Bethany got a scare at Grove City, as the Bison overcame a 12-point second half deficit to post a come-from-behind 67-63 victory at Grove City. Defending PAC regular season champion Thiel used a big second half to break open a game tied at halftime and defeat Waynesburg 83-59. Thomas More was victorious at Geneva 75-63, while Saint Vincent won at Westminster, 79-66. W&J had the night off.
Complete men's basketball statistics are available online.

 

"PAC SPORTS NETWORK" RELEASES 12-DATE VIDEO WEBCAST SCHEDULE OF 2011-12 PAC ACTION (11/22/11)
The "PAC Sports Network" will broadcast a 12-date schedule of PAC basketball doubleheaders and single games in 2011-12. The network, consisting of Western Pennsylvania broadcasters Randy Gore, Justin Pyles and David Singer, will produce live video webcasts covering all 10 PAC members during the upcoming conference basketball season, beginning with a doubleheader featuring Thomas More at Geneva on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011. Webcast links will be available at the conference website at www.pacathletics.org. The current video webcast schedule can be found here.

 

2011-12 M. BASKETBALL PREVIEW RELEASED (11/10/11)

The 2011-12 men's basketball preview is now available online. November 15th will be the first day of competition for the men.

 

THIEL MEN PICKED TO WIN PAC HOOPS TITLE (11/9/11)
The Thomas More College womenís basketball team and the Thiel College menís basketball team have been picked to capture the 2011-12 championships in the PAC, according to the 2011-12 PAC Preseason Basketball poll, released today. Voters included conference head coaches and sports information directors.

 

ALEXANDER NAMED ECAC BASKETBALL ALL-STAR (3/23/11)
Bethany junior British Alexander has been selected to the Division III South Region Men's Basketball Second Team All-Stars by the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC)

 

TC'S ROZENBLAD TABBED ALL-REGION BY NABC (3/16/11)

Sophomore guard Blair Rozenblad of Thiel College, the 2010-11 PAC Men's Basketball Player of the Year, has been selected to the All-Great Lakes Region First Team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). Rozenblad, who previously earned All-Region second team laurels by D3Hoops.com, is one of 88 players listed on the NABC All-Region teams

 

WILSON NAMED PAC SAAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE (3/15/11)

The PAC has named basketball player Robert Wilson of Thomas More College as Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Male Scholar-Athlete of the Month for March 2011.

 

PAC DUO NAMED D3HOOPS.COM ALL-REGION (3/15/11)
Two PAC basketball standouts have been named to the 2011 All-Great Lakes Region Men's teams, selected by the D3Hoops.com website. 2011 PAC Player of the Year sophomore guard Blair Rozenblad of Thiel and senior guard BJ McGill of Saint Vincent were each second team honorees.

 

BETHANY MEN DROP NCAA OPENER, GENEVA MEN FALL IN NCCAA EAST REGIONAL FINAL IN POSTSEASON (3/5/11)
A busy weekend of tournament basketball action resulted in both remaining conference teams eliminated from postseason play. In other NCAA Tournament action, PAC men's champion Bethany was eliminated with a 70-58 first round loss to Manchester, while the Geneva men were toppled in the NCCAA East Regional finals at NAIA member Roberts Wesleyan 72-59 on Thursday.

 

PAC AWARDS WINTER SPORTSMANSHIP HONORS (3/3/11)The Presidentsí Athletic Conference (PAC) has announced the 2010-11 Winter PAC Team Sportsmanship Award winners. The PAC Team Sportsmanship Award was started in the 2008-09 sports season, and is an effort to recognize and encourage positive sportsmanship among conference teams. The award is sponsored by the PAC Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC).
 

2010-11 ALL-PAC MEN'S TEAMS RELEASED (3/1/11)
The PAC has released the 2010-11 All-PAC Men's Basketball teams. PAC regular season champion Thiel swept the top awards, as Tomcat sophomore G Blair Rozenblad was named MVP and veteran Thiel mentor Tim Loomis was tabbed as Coach of the Year.

 

BETHANY TO FACE HCAC CHAMPION MANCHESTER IN OPENING ROUND OF NCAA DIVISION III TOURNEY (2/28/11)
2011 PAC men's basketball champion Bethany (21-7) will face Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) champion Manchester (21-6) in an NCAA Division III Tournament opening round game on Friday at 5:30 p.m., at the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio. If the Bison win, they will play the winner of the 1st round game between the host Scots and Benedictine in the 2nd round on Saturday at 7 p.m.. The entire tournament bracket is now online.

 

GENEVA TO FACE RWC IN NCCAA EAST FINALS (2/28/11)
Geneva (18-8) will travel to NAIA member Roberts Wesleyan for the NCCAA East Regional Men's Basketball final on Thursday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. The winner receives a bid in the NCCAA National Tournament in Oakland City, Ind., on March 17-19. Last year, the GTs defeated RWC 71-63 in the NCCAA East Regional semifinals in Beaver Falls, en route to a national tournament berth.

 

BC MEN CAPTURE 2011 PAC BASKETBALL TITLE (2/26/11)
February 26 was Championship Saturday for PAC basketball in 2011, as the Bethany College men and Thomas More College women each posted victories in the conference title games. The third-seeded Bison men (21-7) captured their PAC-best 13th conference championship by upsetting top-seeded Thiel (20-7) 74-67 in Greenville. Bethany has now earned an automatic bid to next week's NCAA Division III Basketball Tournament.

 

 

SCHEDULE/RESULTS

2012 PAC Championship Tournament
Monday, February 20, 2012 - First Round

#9 Waynesburg 63, #8 Westminster 57 - Stats

 

Tuesday, February 21, 2012 - Quarterfinals

#7 Wash. & Jeff. 91, #2 Thiel 89 - Stats
#3 Thomas More 82,
#6 Geneva 56 - Stats

#4 St. Vincent 71, #5 Grove City 64 - Stats

#1 Bethany 82, #9 Waynesburg 69 - Stats

 

Thursday, February 23, 2012 - Semifinals

#3 Thomas More 75, #4 St. Vincent - Stats
#1 Bethany 82, #7 Wash. & Jeff. 69 -
Stats

 

Saturday, February 25, 2012 - Finals

#1 Bethany 58, #3 Thomas More 53 - Stats

 

 

2012 NCAA Division III Tournament

Thursday, March 1, 2012 - First Round

St. Mary's (Md.) 69, Bethany 57 - Stats

 

November 21
British Alexander
, Senior F, Bethany

 

November 28
Matt Lorello
, Junior F, Geneva
 

December 5

Zach Bellhy, Junior G, Wash. & Jeff.
 

December 12
Nick Wilcox
, Junior F, Bethany

 

December 19

Blair Rozenblad, Junior G/F, Thiel
 

January 3
Brett Matson
, Senior G, Grove City
 

January 9
Dennis Bassich
, Senior G, Saint Vincent

 

January 17
Matt Lorello
, Junior F, Geneva

 

January 23
Reece Mabery
, Junior G, Bethany
 

January 30

Blair Rozenblad, Junior G/F, Thiel
 

February 6
Mitch Marmelstein
, Freshman G, Grove City

 

February 13
Nick Wilcox
, Junior F, Bethany

 

February 20
Uchenna Okocha
, Senior F, Wash. & Jeff.