The combination of community, service, and academics are what stand out to me about [being a] Thresher. With small classes, attentive professors, and the focus on service…students get the opportunity to excel in multiple areas. Cassidy McFadden ’12
NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Assistant coach Kevin Griffin has been suspended from the Bethel College Thresher football program, effective immediately.
The suspension results from alleged behavior that does not conform to the Bethel vision, mission and values and that occurred in New Mexico in summer 2016.
“We wish Griff well as he leaves campus to return home and address personal issues,” said Bethel Athletic Director Kent Allshouse.
Griffin had started his second season with the Threshers this fall. He has moved off campus and will not return to campus nor participate in any Thresher football program activities unless additional information regarding the alleged behavior becomes available that would warrant reconsidering the status of his employment.
“Student Life is evaluating the best options for providing additional coverage in Haury Hall [where Griffin was living],” said Aaron Austin, vice president for Student Life.
Back to News Assistant football coach Kevin Griffin has been suspended from the Thresher football program, effective immediately, for alleged behavior off campus that does not conform to the Bethel vision, mission and values. …