Bethel University’s plans for Fall Semester 2021

 Bethel University is planning to return to near-normal operations for the fall 2021 semester. Plans being developed on the McKenzie campus for the College of Arts & Sciences this...

Bethel’s Diop Named National Soccer Offensive Player of the Week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. –Bethel’s Alioune Diop was named the NAIA National Soccer Offensive Player of the week Tuesday.  Diop had a sensational week with five goals in two games,...


BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Bethel has claimed the 2020-21 Mid-South Conference Men's Soccer Regular Season Championship in the program's first season of action within the MSC. The No. 19-ranked Wildcats...

Holt to succeed Smith as MHS golf coach

Tyler Holt once teed it up for McKenzie's golf team and played for head coach Larry Joe Smith. He knows what it meant to play golf for the Rebel program and the...

Bethel names Hendrix Scholarship Award Winners

 The Bethel University Undergraduate Admissions Office has announced the winners of the prestigious Hendrix Scholarship. Andrew Welch from Clarksville, a student at Rossview High School, is the winner of...

Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies announces Dean’s List

  Bethel University Vice President Dr. Kimberly Martin announced the College of Professional Studies Dean's List. The Dean's List recognizes students who achieved exceptional academic success in the term ending Jan. 31, 2021.To...

Bethel football homecoming reset for March 26

Like a lot of things, Bethel University’s football homecoming, which was scheduled for Friday (Feb. 19) against the University of Pikeville, had to be put off due to the winter storms.

Football versus UPIKE & Homecoming Moved to March 26

MCKENZIE, Tenn. – Bethel Senior Associate Athletic Director Brad Chappell announced Tuesday afternoon the Homecoming football game versus the University of Pikeville scheduled for Friday night has been postponed. The game has...

Bethel football kicks off Friday

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused more than a few disruptions and delays over the past year or so, and the world of sports has certainly seen its fair share of that.

Bethel/Eastside FCE Club reviews service projects

The Bethel/Eastside FCE met for the first time this year in the home of Mary and Pennye Mays.  There were 12 members present with all wearing masks.  The meeting was called to...
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