BUCKHANNON — It was a tough and disappointing season for West Virginia Wesleyan’s baseball Bobcats.
Picked to finish second in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s Southern Division, coach Randy Tenney’s ‘Cats wound up with an overall record of 17-25 and a fifth-place divisional ledger of 12-15. They failed to qualify for the postseason tourney.
Their team batting average was 32 points lower than the .310 they posted in 2012 when they racked up a 28-19 record.
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