Thursday, 24 of April of 2014

Ambush: A photo essay by Ashley Albrecht and Jacy Borlik

Reflections on a long and cold winter

It’s almost the beginning of April and as I’m walking to class I almost slip and fall. On what you might ask? Well, not a banana peel or wet grass, but snow and ice. Yes, plenty of snow and ice in the spring. This winter has not been a pleasant one. The frustration rises across […]

Pilots’ season over after 76-70 loss to Midland

Another game of subpar shooting coupled with a beat-up interior brought the Bethel College men’s basketball team’s season to an end in a 76-70 loss against Midland in the quarterfinals of the NAIA Tournament on March 15. Senior forward Pat Oetting’s availability was in question before the game after a scary fall during the Pilots’ […]

Pilots on to NAIA quarterfinals after 67-64 win, Oetting injured

The games only get tougher, and, in so many ways, this was the toughest game of the season for the Pilots. Despite shooting an uncharacteristic 36 percent from the field and a horrid 19 percent from long-range, the Pilots somehow squeaked out a 67-64 win over College of the Ozarks on their home court in […]

GAME PREVIEW: Pilots face tournament host Ozarks in the Round of 16

Survive and advance. That is the mantra of basketball teams come tournament time. After defeating Cal-Maritime 85-75 in overtime in the first round of the NAIA Div. II Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Bethel College men’s basketball team has done just that as they move on to the quarterfinals of the national tournament on Friday night. […]