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PATTERSON PUSHES WOLVERINES PAST THOMAS MORE
Junior posts 20 points and 10 rebounds; Giesler matches career-best with 22 as Wolverines win PAC opener 76-73.
GROVE CITY DROPS LEAGUE OPENER
Wolverines fall to #7 Thomas More 88-42 in PAC opener.
JUNIOR TRIO LEADS GROVE CITY PAST MOUNT ALOYSIUS
Schwartz nets career-high 25; Wolverines hit 16 threes in 93-87 win.
WOLVERINES FALL AT ALLEGHENY
Erbelding leads Grove City with 14 in 87-62 loss.
RABENOLD, McRAE COMPETE AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sophomore Emily Rabenold and senior Arleigh McRae represent Grove City at NCAA Championships.
GROVE CITY FALLS IN OT
Pitt-Bradford earns 57-52 overtime win at Grove City Friday night in non-league action.
GROVE CITY HOLDS OFF PITT-GREENSBURG
Marmelstein pours in 26, Giesler hits go-ahead three with 2:08 remaining in 80-75 win.
GROVE CITY KEEPS CUP WITH 50-44 OT WIN
Wolverines capture Mercer County Cup with come-from-behind win over Thiel in 100th all-time meeting.
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Senior defensive back Chris Gibbs earned Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America honors Tuesday afternoon. Gibbs is the first Grove City football player to earn multiple Academic All-America honors. (Photo by Dave Miller)
Junior Josh Patterson scored a career-high 20 points and added a game-high 10 rebounds as Grove City held on for a 76-73 win over Thomas More in the Presidents' Athletic Conference opener on Wednesday night.