Steve Shilling '93
A three-time All-Presidents' Athletic Conference selection at shortstop, Steve Shilling led the resurgence of Grove City's baseball program during the early 1990s. Shilling made an immediate impact in 1991 by hitting .340 and leading the team in runs batted in.
As a junior in 1992, he established a new school record by posting a .919 slugging percentage. His .582 on-base percentage that year also set a new Grove City single-season mark. Shilling hit .426 that year while hitting five home runs, seven doubles and three triples in just 62 at bats.
He led the conference with seven home runs and 32 runs batted in during the 1993 season while also hitting .397. The seven home runs set a new single-season school record. Shilling also recorded an .810 slugging percentage and a .493 on-base percentage that year.
Grove City went 40-27 over his three seasons at the College under head coach Don Lyle. The 40 wins marked the highest three-year win total in program history to that point. Shilling captained both the 1992 and 1993 squads.
A graduate of Conneaut Valley High School, Shilling concluded his career by earning CoSIDA Academic All-America honors.
Shilling graduated summa cum laude in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in economics. He then earned a master's of business administration from Duke University in 1998 and now works in the banking industry.