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RILEY, RABENOLD EARN
SHIREY PLAYER OF YEAR; AUGHTON, MORRIS HONORED
TENNIS TEAMS EARN NCAA TOURNEY BERTHS
LYLE TO RETIRE AT
END OF ACADEMIC YEAR
GROVE CITY BATTLES BETHANY IN TWINBILL
Wolverines fall 7-4 in Game One; Game Two suspended due to darkness after eight innings with game tied 4-4.
MORRIS, SHIREY POWER GROVE CITY TO SWEEP OF CHATHAM
Morris homers twice, Shirey 6-7 with a homer as Wolverines rout Cougars 22-2 and 9-1.
WOLVERINES FALL AT W&J
Fritz, Myers extend hit streaks, but Grove City falls 13-1.
GROVE CITY TOPS GENEVA
Eighth-inning surge leads Wolverines to 9-5 conference win.
GROVE CITY CLOSES CONFERENCE PLAY 7-0
Wolverines drop just seven total games to earn 9-0 sweep of Westminster.
GIESLER MEDALIST AS WOLVERINES WIN AT WESTMINSTER
Giesler fires one-over 73, three others in top 10 as Grove City shoots 304 to win Westminster Invite.
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Grove City College honored Emily Rabenold (left) as the College's 2014-15 Sportswoman of the Year. Peter Riley (right) is the Sportsman of the Year for 2014-15. In the middle is Grove City College athletic director Dr. Don Lyle.
Senior shortstop Kelsey Shirey earned Presidents' Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors from the league's head coaches. She is the first Grove City softball player to earn that award. (Photo by Dave Miller)
The Grove City College men's tennis team won its 25th-consecutive Presidents' Athletic Conference title April 25.