May 6, 2013

Fuss taking over head basketball position

GROVE CITY, Pa. -- Chelle Fuss has accepted the head womenís basketball coaching position at Grove City College after serving as the Collegeís assistant womenís basketball coach and head softball coach for seven years. She will begin her new duties this summer.

Fuss (pronounced "FOOSE") came to Grove City in 2006 and has been an integral part of the womenís basketball program during that span. She has been heavily involved in all aspects of the program, including recruiting, player development and scouting.

Fuss has also reinvigorated the Grove City softball program in her seven seasons. During that period, the Wolverines have rewritten the programís record book. Last year, Grove City recorded 19 wins, which marked the teamís highest win total in 14 years.

As a student-athlete at Geneva College, Fuss excelled in both basketball and softball. As a point guard for the basketball team, she accumulated a Geneva-record 567 assists. Her 1,333 career points rank sixth in school history. She earned NCCAA All-America and NAIA All-District honors during her playing career at Geneva.

Fuss also received NAIA All-District recognition after all four years of her career in softball.

She graduated from Geneva in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in speech and broadcast communications. She then added a master's degree in higher education at Geneva.

Fuss will continue in her role as an assistant professor of physical education at the College. She and her husband Matt have a son, Zane, 13, and a daughter, Logan, 11. They live in Grove City.

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