Doug Hart '88
A two-time All-American at Grove City College, Doug Hart emerged as one of NCAA Division IIIís premier kicking specialists during his career from 1985 to 1988.
Hart earned All-America honors following the 1986 season after setting a program record with 12 field goals in nine games. His 55-yard field goal against Hiram that season remains the longest ever by a Presidentsí Athletic Conference kicker.
In 1987, Hart became the first Grove City modern-era football player to be named as an All-American in multiple seasons when he earned First Team All-America after his junior season.
A graduate of Kettering Fairmont (Ohio) High School, Hart earned First Team All-PAC recognition in each of his first four seasons. The Pittsburgh Press named Hart to its All-District team following each of his four years.
He immediately became a key contributor for the Wolverines in 1985 he led Grove City in scoring and set a single-game Grove City record with four field goals in a 19-16 win over Bethany. Hart also led the 1987 squad in scoring.
Hartís 40 career field goals are the most in conference history, as are his six field goals of 50 yards or longer. In 2014, the conference recognized Hart as a member of its 60th Anniversary Team.
He graduated from Grove City with a bachelorís degree in business and finance.