|Title:||Athletic Director/Head Baseball Coach|
|Previous College:||West Virginia Wesleyan '77|
|Overall Record (Years):||681-427-7 (27)|
Randy Tenney became Wesleyan's Athletic Director on June 11, 2012.
Tenney has been the skipper for the Wesleyan baseball team for the past 27 seasons, registering an overall record of 681-427-7. He has won four conference titles and six divisional championships (5 in the Southern Division (1991, 1992, 1995, 1996 and 2012) and one in the central (2008).
Tenney has coached one NCAA All-American (Derek Bowen, 2008) and one NAIA All-American (Chad Ward, 1994). He has also had two players selected in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft (Joe Sutton, 1996 and Bill Everly, 1997). He has coached 42 first team all-conference selections, eight WVIAC Pitchers of the Year, three Hitters of the Year and five Player of the Year recipients. Tenney is a four-time WVIAC Coach of the Year.
In 2012, Tenney led the Bobcats to their first Southern Division title since 1996. Wesleyan finished with an overall record of 28-19 and 22-9 in WVIAC play.
Tenney is a Buckhannon native. He graduated from Wesleyan in 1977 and was a standout on the baseball team. He still holds school records for single season (29) and career stolen bases (78).