Bethany joined the 14 News team in March and couldn’t be happier to kick off her career in the Tri-State area. Born and raised in Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania, she developed her love of sports at an early age with the help of her two (very athletic) brothers. She learned to love watching and following along with every type of sport there is, and it hasn’t left her since. After moving down south to pursue a college degree, Bethany graduated from the University of Alabama in December '17 with a B.S. in Telecommunication and Film and a love of the Crimson Tide. During her time in Tuscaloosa, she interned at WVUA 23 where she learned to do anything and everything in the newsroom. Through her years, Bethany grew from an editor into a versatile producer, a sports reporter and a fill-in sports anchor. Bethany can’t wait to hit the ground running at 14 News and is excited to begin covering some of the Tri-State area’s best athletes.
he University of Southern Indiana Cheer Team is set to compete at the 2019 UCA & UDA College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championships Saturday at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
University of Southern Indiana Men's Basketball took control from the opening basket and rolled to a 78-59 victory over Rockhurst University Thursday evening in Kansas City, Missouri. The Screaming Eagles go to 12-4 overall and 4-2 in the GLVC, while the Hawks are 10-6, 4-2 GLVC.
After a tough weekend against the Peoria Rivermen, the Thunderbolts look to take on the Macon Mayhem on home ice for the first time since last season’s playoffs, before heading to Quad City on Tuesday.
University of Southern Indiana Women's Basketball heads west to take on Rockhurst University Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in Kansas City, Missouri, and William Jewell College Saturday at 1 p.m. in Liberty, Missouri.
C.J. Blaszka, along with Bo Driscoll and Rory Rawlyk, played both defense and forward tonight for the Thunderbolts, where all three would connect, with Blaszka finishing, on the Thunderbolts’ lone goal in the second period.
Hosting the Chargers of Southeastern Baptist College for the second consecutive day, the OCU men's basketball team looked to build on their five straight victories. After leading 50-32 at the halftime break, the Mighty Oaks improved to 11-5, winning 99-63.
The Lady Oaks hosted the Bulldogs from Fisk University, out of Nasvhille, Tennessee, looking to continue their winning streak, which stood at three. After opening a 40-16 halftime advantage, Oakland City was able to respond to a Fisk run in the third quarter, winning the by the score of 85-49.
Early foul trouble plagued University of Southern Indiana Women's Basketball in an 83-72 Great Lakes Valley Conference setback to visiting Truman State University Thursday evening at the Physical Activities Center.