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Recent EventsMen's Basketball
GROVE CITY HUMBLES W&J
Schwartz fires in career-high 25, Huff career-high 15 in 68-49 win over Presidents.
DROUGHT DOES IN WOLVERINES AT W&J
Grove City falls to W&J, 78-68, despite four players in double-figures.
TURNOVERS COST WOLVERINES AGAINST BETHANY
Grove City commits 20 turnovers in 79-68 setback.
BETHANY EDGES GROVE CITY, 68-66
Late Bison run does in Wolverines.
THOMAS MORE TOPS GROVE CITY
Saints hit 19 threes to hand Wolverines 79-46 loss.
Women's Swimming and Diving
GROVE CITY TOPS FREDONIA STATE
Cassano, Jank, Smith each earn two wins to lead Wolverines to 168-130 road win.
Men's Swimming and Diving
WOLVERINES TOP FREDONIA STATE
Nosbisch, Kim win twice, Grove City takes both relays in 171-126 win at SUNY-Fredonia.
WOLVERINES SET STEALS RECORD IN WIN OVER THIEL
Erbelding scores 22 points, Grove City defense records program-record 22 steals in 67-55 win over Thiel.
GROVE CITY DROPS HEARTBREAKER TO THIEL
Wolverines' second-half comeback negated by final-second score in 56-55 loss.
WOLVERINES PULL AWAY AGAINST PENN STATE BEAVER
Marmelstein leads four players in double figures, McGrath has best game as a Wolverine in 84-66 Grove City win.
WOLVERINES STORM PAST CHATHAM
Erbelding scores 20, Shirey 17 and McClean 12 as Wolverines pull away for 68-48 PAC victory over Cougars.
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Senior guard J.T. Schwartz matched a career-high with 25 points, including six threes, and added four steals in Grove City's 68-49 win at W&J on Saturday.
Sophomore Drew Nosbisch was named the Presidents' Athletic Conference Men's Swimmer of the Week Monday afternoon after winning the 100 fly and 200 free at SUNY-Fredonia. (Photo by Dave Miller)
Junior Kathryn Erbelding was named the Presidents' Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week on Monday after leading the Wolverines to a 2-0 week and averaging 21.0 points per game.