WEIRTON -- West Virginia Wesleyan's men's golf team played in their final tune up before the Mountain East Championships Sunday and Monday.
The Bobcats placed seventh in the 12-team field at the Mountain East Fall Classic at the Williams Country Club in Weirton.
Wesleyan's team tally was 676.
"We played a lot more consistency this weekend," head coach James Huber said. "This was our best performance in a two-day tournament this Fall."
West Liberty's Michael Rogers won the individual title with a 139 (66-73).
West Liberty won the team title at the event with a team score of 575.
"We entered this event as the number nine team in the league, so we were able to jump over a few teams," Huber said. "We did leave a few putts out there, so we could have had a few less strokes if we had sank those. The guys are starting to come along...they are doing a good job of maintaining their composure and staying consistent."