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800 FREE RELAY INVITED TO NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
ERBELDING, SHIREY ALL-PAC; ERBELDING DEFENSIVE POY
MARMELSTEIN, SCHWARTZ EARN ALL-PAC HONORS
Recent EventsWomen's Indoor Track and Field
GROVE CITY CLAIMS INAUGURAL PAC INDOOR TITLE
Wolverines rally to edge Westminster for conference crown; Rabenold MVP, Gibson Coach of the Year
Men's Indoor Track and Field
WOLVERINES FINISH SIXTH AT PAC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Allen wins 800, Betz takes 60 hurdles as Grove City finishes sixth at inaugural PAC Indoor Championships.
GROVE CITY UPSETS WAYNESBURG
Wolverine trio of Erbelding, Shirey and McClean combine for 49 points in 65-57 road win over Jackets in PAC quarterfinals.
WAYNESBURG OUSTS WOLVERINES
Schwartz, Marmelstein each fire in 15 in 53-45 loss in PAC Quarterfinals.
WOLVERINES ADVANCE TO QUARTERFINALS
Shirey scores game-high 22 with six threes, Erbelding adds 17 and nine steals in 66-46 win over Thiel.
Women's Swimming and Diving
GROVE CITY SWIMS WELL AT KENYON FAST CHANCE
Wolverine 800 free relay achieves NCAA provisional qualifying time, will await possible NCAA Championships invitation.
Men's Swimming and Diving
WOLVERINE MEN COMPETE AT KENYON FAST CHANCE
Dehli, McKusick, Nosbisch, Peng and Vehrs compete in last chance meet.
GROVE CITY ROLLS PAST THIEL
McClean leads balanced Wolverine attack with 10 in 66-34 win; Grove City clinches #5-seed in PAC Tournament.
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Grove City's 800 free relay of Abby Jank, Megan Smith, Tori Baker and Lauren Cassano has been invited to participate in the 2015 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships March 18-21 in Shenandoah, Texas.
Senior guards Mitch Marmelstein and J.T. Schwartz earned All-PAC honors when teams were announced Monday.
The Presidents' Athletic Conference named junior Kathryn Erbelding as its Defensive Player of the Year for the 2014-15 season. She also earned First Team All-PAC honors while Kelsey Shirey earned Honorable Mention.