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ROBERTS RETIRING AFTER 29 YEARS AS COACH
Recent EventsWomen's Golf
GROVE CITY FINISHES THIRD AT HOME INVITATIONAL
Durling earns runner-up as Wolverines lead all DIII teams.
Men's Track and Field
GROVE CITY EARNS 2ND AT WESTMINSTER
Wolverines earn five total wins Saturday in New Wilmington.
Women's Track and Field
GROVE CITY WINS WESTMINSTER INVITATIONAL
Grove City rolls to team title at 18-team event.
WOLVERINES EARN SPLIT AT WESTMINSTER
Grove City rallies for Game Two win Saturday.
GROVE CITY HOLDS OFF W&J
Wolverines stay perfect in PAC play with hard-fought 8-1 victory.
THIEL TOPS GROVE CITY
Waugaman 3 for 4, Hodges 2 for 4 in 11-6 loss.
MISCUES COST WOLVERINES AGAINST BEARCATS
Grove City drops home doubleheader to Saint Vincent, 6-5 and 9-1.
GROVE CITY TAKES THIRD AT SAINT VINCENT
Durling shoots runner-up score of 89 to lead team to a 399.
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Junior Esther Durling is this week's Presidents' Athletic Conference Women's Golfer of the Week. The Wolverines will compete in the conference championships Friday and Saturday in Belle Vernon, Pa. (Photo by Dave Miller)
Junior Peter Riley and the Grove City men's tennis team close their conference schedule Wednesday afternoon against visiting Bethany. (Photo by Dave Miller)