AUSTINTOWN, Ohio –Three Baldwin Wallace University men's basketball student-athletes have been named to the Ohio Athletic Conference men's basketball squad.
Senior guard Cam Kuhn (Vermilion) was named to the first-team. Senior forward Jake Fetherolf (Norwalk) was selected to the second-team while junior Academic All-OAC guard Jay Battle (Gahanna/Lincoln) was tabbed as honorable mention.
Kuhn, who was a four-time OAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week selection, garners his fourth All-OAC accolade and his second first-team selection. He was a second-team selection as season ago and was an honorable mention choice as well as being named the OAC Freshman of the Year during his rookie campaign. This season, Kuhn led the team and was sixth in the OAC with 18.3. points per game. He posted a career-best 4.3 rebounds per contest, career-high 68 assists, 17 steals and three blocks. Kuhn ranks fourth on the all-time scoring list with 1,881 points. For his career, Kuhn has appeared in 109 games and has tallied 390 rebounds, 229 assists, 79 steals and 12 blocks.
Fetherolf, who earns his second All-OAC honor, was named to second-team after being tabbed as honorable mention during his sophomore season. This season, he led the team and the OAC with a career-best 9.9 rebounds per contest, led the team and the OAC with 12 double-doubles and was third on the team with a career-best 13.0 points per game. Fetherolf ranks fifth on the all-time rebounding list with 983 rebounds, 21st on the all-time scoring list with 1,204 points and is only the sixth player in school history with more than 1,000 career points and 900 career rebounds. For his career, Fetherolf has appeared in 112 games and has recorded 100 blocks, 70 steals and 69 assists. Off the court, he is a Dean's List student.
Battle, who is an Academic All-OAC honoree, earns his second straight All-OAC honorable mention accolade. This season, he led the team with 77 assists, was the team leader in steals with 21, was second on the squad and was ninth in the OAC with a career-best 14.9 points a game and was third on the team with a career-high 4.2 rebounds per contest. Battle became the 42nd player in school history to amass 1,000 career points with his 14th point at John Carroll University on February 22. For his career, Battle has appeared in 82 games and has recorded 1,001 points, 279 assists, 263 rebounds, 69 steals and nine blocks. Off the court, he is a Dean's List student and member of the Alpha Lambda Honor Society.
BW finished the 2017-18 season with an overall record of 18-9 and a 11-7 mark in the OAC. The Yellow Jackets advanced to the OAC Tournament semifinal game for the fourth straight season.