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NAMED HEAD BASEBALL COACH
INDUCTING TWO INTO SOCCER HALL OF FAME
RABENOLD EARNS CoSIDA
FIVE EARN ACWPC ALL-ACADEMIC HONORS
FORTY-SIX NAMED TO CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL
JANK EARNS CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA
RABENOLD, BETZ EARN
CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT
FRITZ EARN ABCA/RAWLINGS ALL-REGION
WAUGAMAN NAMED TO D3BASEBALL ALL-REGION TEAM
CAPTURES WOMEN'S ALL-SPORTS TROPHY
CLAIMS ECAC SOUTHWEST CROWN
LOEW, BILKO EARN
SPORTSMAN, SPORTSWOMAN OF YEAR
Recent EventsMen's Golf
WOLVERINE MEN CLAIM FIRST PAC TITLE SINCE 2000!
Grove City rallies to edge Saint Vincent by two strokes in closest PAC Championships in history and earn first ever trip to NCAA D-III Championships.
GROVE CITY WINS 26TH STRAIGHT TITLE
Wolverines win in five of nine flights, reach three other finals to roll to 26th-consecutive Presidents' Athletic Conference title.
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Grove City hired Matt Royer as head baseball coach. As interim coach in 2016, Royer guided the Wolverines to a school-record 27 wins and the ECAC Southwest title. (Photo by Dave Miller)
Junior Abby Jank earned CoSIDA Academic All-America Division III At-Large honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America. (Photo by Dave Miller)
Grove City College honored Megan Bilko (left) as its Sportswoman of the Year for 2015-16. Seth Loew (right) is Sportsman of the Year for 2015-16. Athletic director Todd Gibson (center) presented the awards.