Dr. Stan Keehlwetter enters his 14th season as the assistant women's soccer coach at Grove City.

As an assistant at Grove City, Keehlwetter has helped Grove City capture two Presidents' Athletic Conference titles and eight postseason invitations.

Keehlwetter joined Grove City College as the Dean of Harbison Chapel in 1999 and became full-time in that position in 2004. As Dean of Harbison Chapel, Keehlwetter works closely with student-led religious organizations on campus and also coordinates the College's Chapel program.

Keehlwetter also served as  Grove City's head men's track and field coach from 2004-2008. Under his guidance, the Wolverines captured four consecutive PAC titles (2005-2008). Nearly 50 track and field athletes have qualified for the ECAC Championships in his five years as head men's track and field coach. In 2007, thrower Bob Perri earned All-America honors in the shot put at the NCAA Division III Championships.

Keehlwetter currently serves as an assistant track coach at the college.

A graduate of Gordon College, where he was a three-year starter on the men's soccer team, Keehlwetter owns master's degrees from Duquesne and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He earned his doctorate from Fuller Theological Seminary.

Keehlwetter lives in Mercer with his wife, Lois. They have three adult children.

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