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Quick Feet: Men and women finish top five in 4×400

The Bethel men’s and women’s track teams place top five in the 4x400 relay By Joe Hiti Run, run and keep running. This was the only...

Maxwell resigns as head soccer coach

The head coach for the Bethel women’s soccer team resigned last week By Joe Hiti Coach Amanda Maxwell announced that she will be stepping down as...

Surviving the spotlight

Freshman Ty Koehn has won an ESPY and appeared on Good Morning America, but his 10 seconds of fame can’t end soon enough. By Josh...

The hometown hitter

A lifetime of playing baseball supplied Brian Raabe with the wisdom he needed to become a coach. By Jared Martinson Five-year-old Brian Raabe knew what his...

Freshman works for the Wolves

Tyson Hohenecker gets a courtside view to NBA games as a team assistant for the Minnesota Timberwolves. By...

A smile that matters

Freshman Justin Evilsizer is not an average sports fan, rather he lives his life bringing joy and positivity to everyone he meets....

On my own two feet

A double amputee, Elena Evans made strides longer than she ever imagined possible. By Zach Walker

Bethel men’s and women’s track both finish fourth in conference meet

Both track teams for Bethel finished fourth at the MIAC indoor championships this weekend. By Joe Hiti Bethel entered the MIAC indoor championships placing in...

Bethel plays a game of runs, falls to Augsburg in MIAC semifinal

Bethel women's basketball concluded another 20-win season in the MIAC semifinals at Augsburg. By Jared Martinson The lights in Si Melby Hall have gotten brighter over...

Bethel routed by St. John’s in MIAC semis

Royals could not match St. John’s’ shooting, rebounding as Johnnies advance to MIAC championship. By Sam Johnson 80 miles separates these two schools. A 90 minute drive...

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Cinderella Cardinals beat Royals en route to semis

By Sam Johnson Sounds off the Robertson Center walls Tuesday night echoed with intensity. For one team, this was nothing new. For the other, a...

Changing times and diverse voices

Students hear from potential new BSG leadership By Jaimee Hood Candidates for next year’s Student Body President and Vice President met Monday to discuss their campaign...

Getting out of the sand trap

Nicole Miller pursues golf in college despite the difficulties that come with it. By Callie Chase Tennis shoes squeaked. Basketballs did not bounce. Nicole Miller,...

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...

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Cinderella Cardinals beat Royals en route to semis

By Sam Johnson Sounds off the Robertson Center walls Tuesday night echoed with intensity. For one team, this was nothing new. For the other, a...

Changing times and diverse voices

Students hear from potential new BSG leadership By Jaimee Hood Candidates for next year’s Student Body President and Vice President met Monday to discuss their campaign...

Getting out of the sand trap

Nicole Miller pursues golf in college despite the difficulties that come with it. By Callie Chase Tennis shoes squeaked. Basketballs did not bounce. Nicole Miller,...

Why sports matter

Sports mean more to us than we realize. Why sports matter is a new series where the Clarion will feature different opinions on why...

Why sports matter

Abby Pautz is a journalism major at Bethel and a sports reporter for the Clarion. Her take on why sports matter is different from...