OAC Batting Champions

Before the 2005 season, the Ohio Athletic Conference determined batting champions for cumulative statistics, like home runs, based on statistical totals and per-game averages. Where one of BW’s players led the conference in both the statistical total and the per-game average, the average is included in parentheses.

Hits

  • 1967 — Dick Senko — 26
  • 2014 — Brad Gugliotta — 82

Runs

  • 1963 — Jerry Schrock — 19
  • 1993 — Greg Andrego — 38
  • 2013 — Brendan Toughey — 66
  • 2014 — Brad Gugliotta — 58

Runs Batted In

  • 1963 — Jerry Schrock — 20
  • 1967 — Dick Senko — 21 (1.31 per Game)
  • 1983 — Tom Bilski — 1.47 per Game
  • 1984 — Tom Bilski — 1.25 per Game
  • 1995 — Joel Nichols — 1.29 per Game
  • 2002 — Jim Leffler — 1.53 per Game
  • 2003 — Pat Shannon — 1.15 per Game
  • 2004 — Mike Turchan — 40 (1.18 per Game)

Batting Average

  • 1967 — Dick Senko — .456
  • 1971 — Dale Herbert — .527
  • 1980 — Bill Snyder — .463
  • 1984 — Jim Magazine — .458
  • 1996 — Joel Nichols — .442

Doubles

  • 1980 — Jeff McAllester — 0.48 per Game
  • 1987 — Dave Rozzo — 0.39 per Game
  • 1989 — Phil Stringer — 0.44 per Game
  • 1990 — Dan DeVoe — 14 (0.42 per Game)
  • 1993 — Phil Lopez — 16 (0.52 per Game)
  • 1995 — Joel Nichols — 0.44 per Game
  • 2001 — Brian Johnson — 17 (0.49 per Game)
  • 2003 — Pat Shannon — 0.44 per Game

Triples

  • 1963 — Steve Hays — 0.17 per Game
  • 1984 — Jim Stefanik — 0.11 per Game
  • 2002 — Pete Rowe — 0.16 per Game
  • 2009 — Cody Kidd — 6
  • 2013 — Nolan Neuschaefer — 6
  • 2015 — Mark Zimmerman — 5

Home Runs

  • 1976 — Dean Horger — 9
  • 1995 — Joel Nichols — 9 (0.26 per Game)
  • 1996 — Joel Nichols — 0.25 per Game
  • 2002 — Pat Shannon — 16 (0.44 per Game)

Walks

  • 2013 — Kyle Chontos — 32

Stolen Bases

  • 1997 — Eric Ridge — 0.61 per Game
  • 2003 — Brian Keller — 0.43 per Game