ANDREW DIDONATO '10 -- Head Football Coach
A 2010 Grove City College graduate, Andrew DiDonato joined the Wolverine coaching staff as offensive coordinator and the successor to current head coach Chris Smith.

DiDonato joined the Wolverines following three years at two-time PIAA Class AA state champion and WPIAL Class AA champion South Fayette High School, serving as offensive coordinator the past two years. In that role, he successfully directed an explosive offensive system that featured Pennsylvania's all-time leader in passing yardage, quarterback Brett Brumbaugh. DiDonato has also coached at the University of Buffalo and Peters Township High School.

A native of Bridgeville, Pa., DiDonato graduated as Grove City College's record holder in career passing yards (7,509), pass completions (750), and touchdown passes (49).  He also holds the Wolverines' season and game records in each of those three categories.  DiDonato concluded his career as a student athlete by earning the College's Sportsman of the Year award in 2010.

He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management in 2010 and a master's degree in Exercise Science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2011.  He currently serves on the board for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in western Pennsylvania and is the football camp director and coaches' ministry director for that organization. 

DiDonato will teach Exercise Science and Physical Education courses at Grove City College, in addition to his football responsibilities.  DiDonato and his wife, Andrea '09, currently reside in Cranberry Township.