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FRITZ EARN ABCA/RAWLINGS ALL-REGION
FELDEISEN PAC SAAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE MONTH
WAUGAMAN NAMED TO D3BASEBALL ALL-REGION TEAM
CAPTURES WOMEN'S ALL-SPORTS TROPHY
CLAIMS ECAC SOUTHWEST CROWN
SEVEN EARN ALL-PAC HONORS
LOEW, BILKO EARN
SPORTSMAN, SPORTSWOMAN OF YEAR
Recent EventsMen's Golf
WOLVERINE MEN CLAIM FIRST PAC TITLE SINCE 2000!
Grove City rallies to edge Saint Vincent by two strokes in closest PAC Championships in history and earn first ever trip to NCAA D-III Championships.
GROVE CITY WINS 26TH STRAIGHT TITLE
Wolverines win in five of nine flights, reach three other finals to roll to 26th-consecutive Presidents' Athletic Conference title.
Women's Track and Field
WOLVERINES WIN NORTH QUAD; PACKARD BREAKS POLE VAULT RECORD
Junior Melanie Packard broke Grove City's 14-year old pole vault record to lead the Wolverines to the PAC North Quad win.
Men's Track and Field
GROVE CITY WINS PAC NORTH QUAD
Seven Wolverines post top PAC finishes as Wolverines win PAC North Quad as part of Slippery Rock Open.
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The Grove City College baseball team claimed its second ECAC title in program history by defeating Penn State Behrend 4-3 on Friday afternoon. Senior Ryan Gallagher (below) was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Championships after going 2-0 with a 0.00 ERA, including his first collegiate complete-game win in the deciding game.
Grove City College honored Megan Bilko (left) as its Sportswoman of the Year for 2015-16. Seth Loew (right) is Sportsman of the Year for 2015-16. Athletic director Todd Gibson (center) presented the awards.