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MISHAWAKA – The Bethel University men’s basketball team traded blows with No. 2 Indiana Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon for 35 minutes but could not get over the hump in a 97-84 loss. After the Pilots cut the deficit to 76-74, the Wildcats outscored the Pilots 21-10 in the game’s final 4:34. TreVion Crews led the Pilots with 25 points and 6 rebounds.



  • Score: Indiana Wesleyan def. Bethel 97-84
  • Records: Bethel (18-4, 6-4) | Indiana Wesleyan (19-3, 9-1)
  • NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll:  Bethel – No. 11 | Indiana Wesleyan – No. 2
  • Location: Wiekamp Athletic Center | Bethel University | Mishawaka, Ind.





  • The Pilots are 6-3 this season against teams ranked or receiving votes in the NAIA DII Coaches’ Top 25 poll, including 3-3 against top ten teams. Five of their eight remaining games in the regular season also come against teams ranked or receiving votes.
  • The Pilots could not find the range from the three-point line, shooting just 8-of-31 (25.8-percent) from distance.
  • Jared DeHart contributed 5 assists to 0 turnovers. He came into the day ranked No. 9 in NAIA DII in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.313). Over his last four games, DeHart has tallied 15 assists against 0 turnovers.
  • The Pilots fall into a four-way tie for third place in the Crossroads League at 6-4, along with Grace, Mount Vernon Nazarene, and Saint Francis.



  • The Pilots travel to Fort Wayne to take on No. 21 Saint Francis on Tuesday at 7:00 pm.