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LOEW NAMED ECAC
CHOSEN FOR TAZON DE ESTRELLAS
MATHES PAC-SAAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE MONTH
CITY ANNOUNCES FOOTBALL PROGRAM
DiDONATO HELPS LEAD SOUTH FAYETTE TO STATE TITLE
Recent EventsWomen's Basketball
WOLVERINES EDGE WAYNESBURG, 65-64
Stewart scores career-high 14, including game-winner as Grove City earns key PAC road win.
WAYNESBURG TOPS GROVE CITY
Marmelstein scores 13, Schwartz breaks steals record in 70-55 road loss to Jackets.
Women's Swimming and Diving
GROVE CITY COMPETES AT KENYON
Eckendorf meets NCAA Diving standard on 1-meter, Smith and Jack record strong swims to lead Wolverines.
Men's Swimming and Diving
WOLVERINES COMPETE AT TOTAL PERFORMANCE INVITE
Nosbisch, Kim record scoring swims to lead Grove City at Kenyon.
Women's Track and Field
WOLVERINES OPEN INDOOR SEASON AT YSU ICEBREAKER
Toomey sets ECAC mark, breaks program's outdoor record in shot put as Grove City competes first indoor meet in College history.
Men's Track and Field
MEN'S INDOOR TRACK COMPETES FIRST MEET AT YSU
Betz hits ECAC mark in 60m hurdles as Wolverines open first indoor track and field season in College history.
GROVE CITY BATTLES PAST W&J IN CONFERENCE OPENER
Balanced scoring key in 66-61 PAC victory over Presidents.
COLD SECOND HALF COSTS WOLVERINES IN PAC OPENER
McClean's career-night (16 points, 12 rebounds) not enough as Grove City falls to W&J, 49-42.
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Junior Seth Loew earned yet another postseason honor when he was named an ECAC Division III South First Team All-Star on Tuesday afternoon.
Senior linebacker Jason Skyrm will represent Grove City in the 2014 Tazon de Estrellas, a DIII Senior All-Star Game, in Puebla, Mexico, on Saturday.
Head football coach Chris Smith announced that he will retire following the 2015 season. He recently completed his 31st season at the helm. Andrew DiDonato will join the staff as offensive coordinator for the 2015 season and then succeed Smith as head football coach.