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GROVE CITY ADDING MEN'S LACROSSE AS VARSITY SPORT
Men's lacrosse will be the 22nd varsity sports program at Grove City College. The Wolverines will take the field during the 2017-18 year.

Recent Events

Women's Track and Field
WOLVERINES WIN NORTH QUAD; PACKARD BREAKS POLE VAULT RECORD
Junior Melanie Packard broke Grove City's 14-year old pole vault record to lead the Wolverines to the PAC North Quad win.

Men's Track and Field
GROVE CITY WINS PAC NORTH QUAD
Seven Wolverines post top PAC finishes as Wolverines win PAC North Quad as part of Slippery Rock Open.

Women's Golf
GROVE CITY TAKES THIRD AT SAINT VINCENT
Carolyn Jack's 95 leads Grove City to third-place finish at Saint Vincent Invitational at Glengarry.

Softball
GROVE CITY FALLS AT BETHANY
Wolverines drop pair of conference games at Bethany despite strong pitching from Aughton, Wootton.

Baseball
GROVE CITY SWEEPS BETHANY
Waugaman, Royer, Laylock all homer, Landis earns a win and a save as Wolverines take pair from Bethany, 8-7 and 9-2.

Men's Golf
WOLVERINES DEFEAT BETHANY
Alfery, Koenig and McCook all shoot 75 as Grove City defeats Bethany, 304-427.

Men's Tennis
GROVE CITY BLANKS THIEL
Wolverines drop just 12 total games to improve to 7-0 in conference play with 9-0 sweep of Tomcats.

Men's Tennis
WOLVERINES DOWN BETHANY, STAY PERFECT IN PAC
Grove City sweeps doubles, takes five of six singles for 8-1 win over Bison to improve to 3-0 in conference.

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The Grove City men's tennis team captured the 2016 Presidents' Athletic Conference championship Saturday with 54 team points. It is Grove City's 26th straight conference title.


The Grove City men's golf team captured its first Presidents' Athletic Conference title since 2000 by edging Saint Vincent, 1212-1214. The Wolverines have clinched their first-ever invitation to the NCAA Division III Championships.


Junior pitcher Erika Aughton allowed just two earned runs in seven total innings Wednesday afternoon at Westminster. (Photo by Dave Miller)