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Red hot Catamounts' baseball team keeps rolling
Not even the loss of their Iron Man could slow down the Western Carolina baseball team.
The Catamounts (20-9, 8-1) stretched their winning streak to nine games and continued their domination of the Southern Conference with a weekend sweep of three close games at UNC Greensboro. Continued.....
Bobby Moranda was officially introduced as the 10th different head baseball coach at Western Carolina on July 19, 2007. The former Georgia Tech associate head coach brings over 26 years of coaching experience - 18 of which comes from schools in the Atlantic Coast Conference - to WCU.
In 8 seasons at Western Carolina, Moranda has already posted signature victories over fourth-ranked Georgia Tech in the Yellow Jackets first-ever trip to Cullowhee, as well as over 24th-ranked Southern California (USC) on the program's first-ever trip to California. WCU has also secured road wins over nationally-ranked Clemson and twice at Tennessee -- sweeping the Tigers in the 2012 regular season marking the first single-season sweep in Catamount history.
During his first season at WCU, Moranda recruited and coached current Catamount second baseman Ross Heffley, who was the concensus Southern Conference Freshman of the Year in 2009 and was also a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America selection. Heffley went on to be a first team All-America selection in 2011 and was drafted in the 18th round of the 2012 MLB Draft. Moranda also had Brent Greer named All-SoCon, with four players drafted out of WCU in the Major League Draft in '09.