PRINCETON, W.Va. – Three West Virginia Wesleyan baseball seniors were voted second team All-WVIAC by the conference coaches. Pitcher Aaron Adams, along with outfielders J.R. Tenney and Ryan Lewicki, all notched league honors.
Adams went 4-6 with a 5.40 ERA and struck out 54 batters in 66.2 innings this season. The Crooksville, Ohio native finished his career with 229.1 innings pitched (second all-time at WVWC), 187 strikeouts (fifth all-time at WVWC) and 18 wins (eighth at WVWC).
Tenney batted .328 with 11 RBI, four doubles and one triple. The Buckhannon, W.Va. native was tied for the team lead in home runs (two) and second in stolen bases (nine).
Lewicki drove in a team high 24 runs and registered nine doubles on the year.
Seton Hill swept the league's postseason awards with Nick Sell being named Player of the Year, Alex Haines Pitcher of the Year and Marc Marizzaldi tabbed Coach of the Year.