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GROVE CITY COLLEGE

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

Institution _________ Grove City College Location _______________ Grove City, Pa. Founded _________________________ 1876 Enrollment _______________________ 2,500 Colors _____________ Crimson and White Nickname _________________ Wolverines Affiliation ___________ NCAA Division III Conference _______ Presidents’ Athletic Home Field ___________ Robert E. Thorn Capacity _________________________ 3,500 President _________ Richard Jewell, J.D. Alma Mater __________ Grove City, 1967 Athletic Director _________ Dr. Don Lyle Alma Mater ________ Muskingum, 1971 Associate A.D. _________ Susan Roberts Alma Mater ________________ Ohio, 1975 Compliance Coordinator _ Mike Dreves Alma Mater __________ Grove City, 1997 Head Coach ______________ Chris Smith Alma Mater __________ Grove City, 1972 Career Record ______ 117-160-2 (29 yrs) At Grove City ___________________ Same First Year of Program ____________ 1892 All-Time Record __________ 462-473-60 Head Trainer ______ Kay Mitchell Emigh Assistant Trainer __________ Rick Hawke Athletic Office Mgr ___________ Kim Iliff Equipment Mgr ________ Larry Freeman Equipment Mgr _______ Jim Richardson

CONTACT INFORMATION

Head Coach Chris Smith Office Telephone _______ 724-458-2126 Best Time to Call ____________ Mornings E-mail ______________ cwsmith@gcc.edu ALL INTERVIEWS MUST BE SET UP THROUGH SPORTS INFORMATION •••

Sports Information Director R.A. Briggs Office Telephone _______ 724-458-3365 Office Fax _______________ 724-458-3855 Home Telephone _______ 724-748-3718 E-mail ______________ rabriggs@gcc.edu •••

Grove City Athletic Department Dept. Telephone ________ 724-458-2900 Dept. Fax ________________ 724-458-3855 Web Site _______ www2.gcc.edu/sports

CREDITS

Editor ______________________ R.A. Briggs Associate Editor ________ Robert Audia Head shots by Gregg Studio, Grove City, Pa. Action shots by Dave Miller/ADM Photography, Darlington, Pa., and Gregg Studio. Printing by SCP Group, Sharon, Pa.

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GROVE CITY COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION 2013 SEASON PREVIEW 2013 PRESEASON ROSTER HEAD COACH CHRIS SMITH ASSISTANT COACHES ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF SENIORS RETURNING LETTERWINNERS 2013 OPPONENT PROFILES 2012 IN REVIEW ALL-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS ABOUT THE PRESIDENTS’ ATHLETIC CONFERENCE THE WOLVERINES IN OVERTIME ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES ALL-TIME RESULTS YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICAL LEADERS GROVE CITY COLLEGE ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME RECORD BOOK GROVE CITY COLLEGE SPORTS ABOUT GROVE CITY COLLEGE 2013 SCHEDULE

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MEDIA COVERING GROVE CITY COLLEGE Allied News -- Grove City, Pa. Phone ________________ 724-458-5010 ••• Butler Eagle -- Butler, Pa. Sports Editor __________ John Enrietto Beat Writer ______________ Mike Kilroy Phone ________________ 724-282-8010 ••• The Herald -- Sharon, Pa. Sports Editor ________ Lynn Saternow Beat Writer ________________ Ed Farrell Phone ________________ 724-981-6100 ••• Vindicator -- Youngstown, Ohio Sports Editor ___________________ TBA Phone ________________ 330-747-1471 ••• Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Beat Writer ____________ Terry Shields Phone ________________ 412-263-1621 •••

The News-Herald -- Franklin, Pa. Sports Editor ___________ Ed Brannon Phone _____________ 1-800-352-1002 •••

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Phone ________________ 412-380-5617

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Observer-Reporter -- Washington, Pa. Sports Editor ___________ Chris Dugan Beat Writer _____________ Joe Tuscano Phone ________________ 724-222-6397 ••• WFMJ-TV 21 (Youngstown) Sports Director _________ Dana Balash Phone ________________ 330-744-8821 ••• WKBN-TV 27 (Youngstown) WYTV-TV 33 (Youngstown) Sports Director _________ Ryan Allison Phone ________________ 330-788-2456 ••• SportsRadio 96.7 -- Hermitage, Pa. Sports Director ______ Bob Greenburg Phone ________________ 724-346-4113 ••• Butler Co. Radio Network WBUT/WLER/WISR -- Butler, Pa. Sports Director _________ Scott Briggs Phone ________________ 724-287-5778 ••• D3Football.com Director _______________ Pat Coleman


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PRESIDENT RICHARD JEWELL Dr. Dick Jewell is a 1967 graduate of Grove City College as well as a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School. He begins his 11th year as Grove City College’s eighth President.

In addition, he captained the 1967 swimming and diving team and won two Penn-Ohio Conference diving championships.

Prior to joining the College, Jewell had a long private sector career as both a trial and corporate attorney as well as being a shareholder and director of the nation’s largest forensic accounting firm.

Jewell entered the College’s Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame in 1989 and received the College’s Distinguished Alumni Service Award in 2001.

He also directed the applied research operations of the University of Pittsburgh, reporting to the Chancellor.

He also served as co-chairman of the College’s capital campaign and as past president of the Alumni Association.

Prior to becoming President in September 2003, Jewell had a 40-year relationship with the College as a student, national alumni president and longtime Trustee.

Jewell currently holds faculty rank in the business department as professor of business law and public policy.

He served as editor-in-chief of The Collegian, the College’s newspaper, as well as president of the Student Government Association. He earned Grove City College’s Omicron Delta Kappa Senior Man of the Year award in 1967.

He first joined the College’s Board of Trustees in 1974 and prior to his selection as President, he served on the Executive Committee and chaired the Board’s Development Committee.

Jewell graduated cum laude from Grove City with high honors in political science.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR DON LYLE Dr. Don Lyle is in his 12th year as athletic director at Grove City College.

Lyle also directed Grove City to a share of the PAC men’s soccer title in 1996 as Grove City went 16-2. The Wolverines set a school record for victories in a season and won their first ECAC title.

Lyle is Chairman of the Department of Physical Education and Athletics and Athletic Director.

Lyle-coached teams also advanced to post-season play in 1976, 1980 and 2000. In 34 years as head coach, he compiled a 277-206-37 record. The College inducted him into its Men’s Soccer Hall of Fame in October 2006.

In that role, Lyle oversees the College’s fitness and wellness program, its rapidly-growing exercise science major and Grove City’s 19-sport varsity athletics program.

Lyle also started the women’s softball program at Grove City, posting a 91-61 (.599) record from 1980-88 as head coach. He remains the program’s all-time wins leader. Lyle then spent nine years as baseball coach at Grove City. In addition to his academic duties as department chair, Lyle is a professor of physical education. He is also chairman of the Grove City College Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee.

Lyle coached Grove City’s men’s soccer team from 1972 to 2005. As head coach, he led the Wolverines to six post-season berths, including a pair of trips to the NCAA Championship Tournament.

A native of Calcutta, Ohio, Lyle earned his bachelor of arts degree from Muskingum College in 1971. He earned his master’s degree in education from Miami of Ohio. Lyle received his doctorate from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

In 2005, his final season as head coach, Lyle guided Grove City to its first-ever outright Presidents’ Athletic Conference title and a trip to the finals of the Eastern College Athletic Conference Southern Championship Tournament. He earned the PAC’s Coach of the Year award that year.

Lyle and his wife Barbara live in Pine Township. They have three adult children and nine grandchildren.

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A veteran, Jewell served in the U.S. Army from 1969-1971. Jewell and his wife Dayl, a retired PNC Bank vice president, have an adult daughter, Jessica.


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SEASON PREVIEW

2013 PREVIEW With 15 seniors, 14 starters and 36 lettermen back in the fold, the Grove City College football team enters the 2013 season in prime position to contend for the Presidents' Athletic Conference championship. Head coach Chris Smith returns for his 30th season and he and his veteran coaching staff will look to that core for production and leadership throughout 2013. DEFENSE Grove City led the conference in total defense last year and numerous key contributors return at all three levels of the defense. Three starters return in the secondary, including both cornerbacks. On one side, senior co-captain Chris Gibbs enters his fourth season as a starter in the defensive backfield. He has played both cornerback and free safety throughout his career at Grove City and is a returning CoSIDA Academic All-American. Sophomore Slater Simek stepped into a starting role at midseason in 2012 and returns at the other cornerback position. At free safety, three-year letterman Joe Diani is back for his senior season. He moved into the starting lineup as a sophomore in 2011 and led Grove City with five interceptions last year. Sophomore cornerback David Folkmire lettered in 2012 and will challenge for time in the secondary as well this fall. Grove City also returns three of its four starting linebackers for the 2013 campaign. Senior Ryan Althausen and junior Jason Skyrm return on the outside while senior cocaptain Ben Manwaring is back at inside linebacker.

Senior Joe Diani returns for his third season as Grove City’s starting free safety. He led the Wolverines with five interceptions in 2012.

Althausen has been one of Grove City's top pass rushers during his first three seasons and led the Wolverines with four sacks in 2012. Skyrm recorded 62 tackles last year in his first season as a full-time starter. Manwaring became a regular starter in 2012 and will help anchor the interior of the defense. Grove City also welcomes back five lettermen who will all challenge for starting spots this year. Seniors Ethan Albinger and Brandon Miller return at outside linebacker and have played extensively on defense and special teams throughout their careers. At inside linebacker, junior Brian Wells, sophomore Brandon Berringer and Bobby Tuttle will all battle for time. Tuttle led Grove City's rookies with 42 tackles in 2012. Wells has been a part-time starter during his career and Berringer lettered on special teams as a freshman. Up front, junior Jake Johnston returns at nose tackle after starting all 10 games in 2012. Johnston will be one of the veterans on a relatively young defensive front this fall. Sophomore Ryan Hickey played extensively as a rookie and has an inside track to start at defensive tackle this year. Junior Robert Rollick is a two-year letterman as a reserve defensive lineman and will challenge for a starting spot. Juniors Nate Ealy, Reese Swatsworth and Levi Weaver will also compete for time up front this season.

Junior Jason Skyrm returns for his second season as Grove City’s starting strongside linebacker. He recorded 62 tackles in 2012.

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2013 PREVIEW

SEASON PREVIEW

OFFENSE Grove City returns several key contributors to an offensive attack that has consistently been one of the region's most balanced in recent years. At quarterback, senior Brian Pell enters 2013 as a threeyear starter for the Wolverines. Pell ranks second all-time at Grove City in passing yardage and touchdown passes. He accounted for 17 total touchdowns last year and is also Grove City's leading returning rusher, having accumulated 384 yards last year. Grove City also returns its leading pass-catcher from 2012 in senior wide receiver Anthony Ritchie. The 6-foot-5 Ritchie caught 43 passes last season, including eight touchdowns. Senior Khalil Ervin led the Wolverines in yards per reception and will battle for a full-time starting spot. Classmate Mitch Narbe moved into the starting lineup in 2012 and will look to have an increased role in the passing game this fall. At tight end, seniors Pat Donoughe and Josh Latini both return after splitting time in 2012. Each player has been a part-time starter and both men will likely see extensive time again this year. Grove City also features a number of veterans on the offensive line, including three starters. Junior Ron Dornin returns at center while classmate Zach Kepple is the incumbent left guard. Senior Ethan Martin returns as Grove City's starting right tackle. Several other lettermen will battle for starting spots this fall. Senior Ben Jubell has played extensively at center in each of the last two seasons and will compete with Dornin for the starting job. Sophomore Alex Jewell is expected to contend for time at guard while junior Jason Glacken has an inside track to start at tackle. Grove City will have to replace standout tailback Shane Kaclik, who graduated after leading the conference with 1,098 rushing yards in 2012. Sophomore lettermen Steve Maskrey and Gabriel Moore are among the candidates to fill that vacancy. At wingback, junior Sam Ivan and sophomore Zach Rader are back after both playing extensively in 2012. Both men will be used in a variety of offensive roles this year. Senior Mitch White and sophomore Jason Dillon will look to be used as blocking backs. Both players have extensive experience in that position. SPECIAL TEAMS Grove City returns several key contributors in the kicking game for the 2013 season. Diani enters his third full season as the regular punter while Donoughe may again handle kickoffs. He is also in contention to handle extra points and field goals. Pell is the incumbent holder. Dornin returns as the short snapper while sophomore Nick Piett is back as the punt snapper.

Junior wingback Sam Ivan returns for his third season in the Grove City backfield. He has emerged as an integral weapon in both the ground game and the passing attack.

Moore returned 13 kickoffs last year and could see time as a returner again. Ritchie has fielded 14 punts over the last two years. SCHEDULE Grove City begins its 119th season of play September 7 by hosting longtime rival Carnegie Mellon. After a nonconference game at Anderson (Ind.) the next Saturday, Grove City opens conference play September 21 against visiting Washington & Jefferson. That game will be the annual night game at Robert E. Thorn Field. The Wolverines visit conference foe Bethany before hosting Westminster and Waynesburg in consecutive home conference games. Westminster will be Grove City’s 2013 Homecoming opponent. Following the bye week, Grove City will face Thomas More and Geneva in back-to-back road games. The Wolverines conclude the home schedule November 9 against conference foe Saint Vincent. Grove City closes the regular season November 16 by visiting Thiel in the 30th annual Mercer County Cup game.

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PRESEASON ROSTER

2013 PRESEASON ROSTER

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. 2 David Folkmire So. CB 5-8 155 Monroeville, Pa./Gateway 3 Josh Peach So. QB 6-2 190 Hartville, Ohio/Lake 4 Christopher Bullock Fr. TB 5-11 185 Richmond, Va./Banner Christian 5 Ryan Duran Jr. CB 5-10 155 Cranberry Township, Pa./Seneca Valley 6 Sam Ivan Jr. WB 5-10 170 Whitehouse, Ohio/Toledo Christian 8 Mitch White Sr. WB 5-9 210 Akron, Ohio/Norton 9 Caleb Jakiel Fr. QB 6-1 195 Moon Township, Pa./Moon 10 Brian Pell Sr. QB 6-1 200 Streamwood, Ill./Wheaton Academy 11 Dale Klobuchir Fr. TB 5-10 175 Pittsburgh, Pa./Keystone Oaks 12 Zach Rader So. WB 5-11 170 Butler, Pa./Butler 13 Aaron Lundmark Fr. QB 6-2 185 Russell, Pa./Eisenhower 14 Khalil Ervin Sr. WR 6-1 190 Malvern, Pa./Phoenixville 15 Drew Chorey So. QB 6-1 170 Grand Island, N.Y./Grand Island 16 Matt Seifert Fr. QB 5-11 160 Somerset, Pa./Rockwood 17 Slater Simek Fr. CB 5-11 190 Murrysville, Pa./Franklin Regional 18 P.J. Wycech So. QB 6-3 200 Erie, Pa./Mercyhurst Prep 19 Alex Hewitt Fr. CB 6-0 185 Bel Air, Md./Maryland Christian 20 Jeff Croll Fr. TB 5-11 185 Slippery Rock, Pa./Slippery Rock 21 Luke Brancato Fr. WB 5-9 165 Rockwood, Pa./Rockwood 22 Tyler Ramsey Fr. WB 5-9 175 Scottdale, Pa./Southmoreland 23 Nicolas Cavicchi Fr. S 5-8 160 Youngstown, Ohio/Lowellville 24 James Ciancola Fr. CB 5-9 165 Uniontown, Ohi/Archbishop Hoban 25 Gabriel Moore So. TB 5-10 170 Lawrenceburg, Ind./Landmark Christian 26 Kenny McCracken So. ILB 5-11 200 Wheaton, Ill/Aurora Christian 27 Ethan Albinger Sr. OLB 6-0 200 Gibsonia, Pa./Deer Lakes 28 Brian Wells Jr. ILB 5-9 190 Aurora, Ohio/Aurora 29 Brandon Miller Sr. OLB 5-9 180 Corry, Pa./Corry 30 Chris Gibbs Sr. CB 5-10 170 Akron, Ohio/Revere 31 Ned Hull Fr. WR 5-11 180 Jenkintown, Pa./Jenkintown 32 Josh Walter So. TB 5-10 210 Smyrna, Del./Polytechnic 34 Nick Piett So. LS 6-1 205 Glenshaw, Pa./Shaler 35 Jason Skyrm Jr. OLB 6-1 190 Harleysville, Pa./Souderton 36 Zach Gazdacko Fr. TB 5-7 180 Uniontown, Ohio/Lake

No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. 37 Jason Dillon So. ILB 5-11 Boyds, Md./DeMatha 38 Joe Seifert So. OLB 5-11 Vienna, Ohio/Mathews 39 Bobby Tuttle So. ILB 6-0 Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper Saint Clair 40 Joe Diani Sr. FS 6-1 West Leechburg, Pa./Leechburg 41 Steve Maskrey So. TB 6-1 Cranesville, Pa./Northwestern 42 Ryan Althausen Sr. OLB 6-3 Hudson, Ohio/Hudson 43 Nate Weiland So. OLB 6-3 Ostrander, Ohio/Columbus Crusaders 45 Ryan Brunson Fr. TB 5-9 Mercer, Pa./Mercer 46 Nick Gillot Fr. ILB 5-11 Pittsburgh, Pa./Chartiers Valley 47 Miles Milner Fr. CB 5-8 Aurora, Ohio/Aurora 48 Dan Griffith So. ILB 6-0 Medina, Ohio/Columbus Crusaders 49 Shane Bittner Fr. ILB 5-10 Manassas, Va./Osbourn Park 50 Levi Weaver Jr. D E 6-1 Fairhope, Pa./Berlin Brothersvalley 51 Kyle Conger Fr. LB 5-9 Dorset, Ohio/Pymatuning Valley 52 Alex Jewell So. OG 6-1 Wexford, Pa./North Allegheny 53 Ben Manwaring Sr. ILB 6-3 Lisle, N.Y./Whitney Point 54 Daniel Dorman Fr. ILB 6-0 North Canton, Ohio/GlenOak 55 Brandon Berringer So. ILB 5-11 Pittsburgh, Pa./Shaler 56 Ethan Martin Sr. OT 6-2 Hancock, Md./Hancock 57 Ryan Hickey So. D E 6-2 Murrysville, Pa./Franklin Regional 58 Jordan Herder Fr. OLB 5-9 Georgetown, Pa./South Side Beaver 59 Reese Swatsworth Jr. D E 6-2 Hermitage, Pa./Hickory 60 Brent Veerman So. NT 6-2 Powell, Ohio/Columbus Crusaders 61 Mitch Zajicek Fr. OG 6-1 Pittsburgh, Pa./Chartiers Valley 62 Ron Dornin Jr. C 6-2 North Huntingdon, Pa./Norwin 64 Zach Kepple Jr. OG 5-11 Chicora, Pa./Karns City 65 Ben McKnight So. DT 5-10 Butler, Pa./Butler 67 Andrew Stupakis Jr. OG 6-0 New Boston, Mich./New Boston 74 Ben Jubell Sr. C 6-1 Aurora, Ohio/Aurora 75 Adam Shick Jr. OT 6-4 Sheffield Lake, Ohio/Lutheran West 76 Jason Glacken Jr. OT 6-4 South Fork, Pa./Forest Hills 78 Jake Jaszcar So. OT 6-2 Darlington, Pa./Blackhawk 80 Anthony Ritchie Sr. WR 6-5 Big Rock, Ill./Wheaton Academy

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No. Name Cl. Pos. Ht. 81 Hayden Faust Jr. WR 6-2 Kemptown, Pa./Kutztown 82 Josh Latini Sr. TE 6-3 Glenshaw, Pa./Shaler 83 Cole McCandless Fr. K 5-11 Butler, Pa./Slippery Rock 84 Anthony Marnejon Fr. P 6-0 Columbiana, Ohio/Crestview 85 Ryan Stewart Fr. K 6-0 Indiana, Pa./Indiana 86 Mitch Narbe Sr. WR 6-1 Orchard Park, N.Y./Orchard Park 88 Donny Haney So. TE 6-2 Cheswick, Pa./Springdale 89 Patrick Donoughe Sr. TE 6-1 Summerhill, Pa./Forest Hills 90 Jake Johnston Jr. NT 6-2 Bay Village, Ohio/Bay 91 Luke Bitner Fr. K-P 5-10 Greencastle, Pa./Greencastle-Antrim 92 Nate Ealy Jr. DT 6-1 Chicora, Pa./Karns City 93 Bryan Denny Fr. P 6-4 Raleigh, N.C./Broughton 95 Jon Horton Fr. ILB 5-9 Green Lane, Pa./Souderton 96 Tyler Campbell So. OLB 6-2 Pittsburgh, Pa./Keystone Oaks 96 Terin Kelsey Fr. D E 5-11 Hampstead, Md./North Carroll 97 Zach Speaker So. D E 5-11 West Chester, Pa./Downingtown West 98 Logan Lough Fr. D E 6-4 Fredericksburg, Va./Stafford 99 Robert Rollick Jr. DT 6-2 Woodland, Pa./Saint Marys

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HEAD COACH CHRIS SMITH In 1995, Smith earned the Tri-State Officials Association’s Coach of the Year award. Overall, Smith has coached seven players who have attained All-American status as well as countless others who have earned ECAC and PAC recognition through the years. The Wolverines’ on-field success has been matched by success in the classroom. Over the past two decades, numerous Grove City players have received recognition both regionally and nationally for their academic performances. Grove City’s four CoSIDA Academic All-District selections in 2005 set a new program record. Grove City again matched that standard in 2006. In 2008, linebacker Adam Eichler and guard Dave Salera both earned CoSIDA Academic All-America honors following the season. Eichler, Salera and wide receiver Stephen Mercer all earned Academic All-District recognition in 2008. Defensive back Chris Gibbs became the first Grove City junior to be named a CoSIDA Academic All-American following the 2012 season. Gibbs, Joe Diani, Sam Ivan and Anthony Ritchie all earned CoSIDA Academic All-District recognition last year, tying the single-season program record with four All-District selections. A highly-respected member of the coaching community, Smith is actively involved on the American Football Coaches Association Division III Football Council. He is also a past member of the NCAA Division III Football Committee, which supervises the NCAA Division III playoffs. Smith ascended to the head coaching position at Grove City in 1984 after spending five years as an assistant at the College. Prior to joining the Grove City football staff in 1979, Smith coached the outside linebackers at Western Kentucky University. Smith’s coaching career began at Perry High School in his hometown of Massillon, Ohio. From 1996 to 2003, Smith also held the role of Director of Athletics at Grove City. Grove City teams won 59 total Presidents’ Athletic Conference titles during that span, including titles in 17 different sports. As a player, Smith started at safety for the Wolverines from 1968-71. He led the team in interceptions three times and holds Grove City’s career record for interceptions with 22. Over his 38 years as a player, assistant coach and head coach at Grove City, Smith has been involved in 360 games. Smith graduated from Grove City in 1972 with a bachelor’s degree in history. He then completed his master’s degree at Western Kentucky. He and his wife, Barbara, live in Grove City. Their daughter Ellie is a 2003 Grove City College graduate.

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Chris Smith is in his 30th season as Grove City College’s head football coach. A 1972 Grove City College graduate, Smith is the dean of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference football coaches. He is also the all-time wins leader in the 119year history of Grove City football. In 2012, Smith guided the Wolverines to a 6-4 overall mark and a 5-3 record in the rugged Presidents’ Athletic Conference. The 2012 Wolverines led the conference in total defense and senior tailback Shane Kaclik became the third 1,000-yard rusher in program history. Grove City also led the nation in fewest penalty yards per game last season. The Wolverines ranked third nationally in that category in 2011. Overall, Grove City has been the least-penalized team in the conference six times in the last eight seasons. Numerous Grove City players have earned national and regional acclaim during his tenure. In 2005, safety Aaron Margo earned First Team All-America from the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and represented the U.S. in the Aztec Bowl. In 2007, center Matt Gregg became Grove City’s third Aztec Bowl participant this decade. In 2010, tackle Pete Polesnak represented the United States in the Bowl of the Stars, the Aztec Bowl’s successor, while nose tackle Jarred Frawley participated in the 2011 Bowl of the Stars. Last season, Kaclik, linebacker Jason Ferguson and guard Josh Bermann all represented the United States in the 2012 Bowl of the Stars. Under Smith’s direction, the Wolverine program ascended into the national picture with consecutive PAC championships in 1997 and 1998. Grove City also recorded runner-up finishes in both 1999 and 2000. During that time, Smith guided an offensive juggernaut that featured record-setting fullback R.J. Bowers, who became the first college running back to eclipse the 7,000-yard mark for his career. In 1997, Smith led the Wolverines to their first-ever PAC championship and first nine-win season in program history. Grove City capped the season by hosting the United States Merchant Marine Academy in the ECAC Southwest Bowl. For his efforts that season, the American Football Coaches Association, the Metropolitan New York Writers Association and the PAC all honored Smith as their Coach of the Year.


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ASSISTANT COACHES

ASSISTANT COACHES Dr. Jim Chinn

Todd Gibson

OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/RUNNING BACKS

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS/STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Dr. Jim Chinn is in his 11th year as an assistant football coach at Grove City College. Chinn joined the Grove City staff in 2003 after four years as head coach at Blackburn College (Ill.). A 1983 Ohio State graduate, Chinn will again oversee what has developed into one of the region’s most diverse and balanced offensive attacks. He became passing game coordinator in 2006 and served as special teams coordinator from 2003 to 2012. Prior to becoming head coach at Blackburn, Chinn worked there as an assistant for two seasons. He also spent four years as an assistant coach at Denison University. Chinn’s collegiate coaching career began at Norwich University in 1992 as wide receivers coach. He also coached for six years at the scholastic level in Ohio, coaching at Westerville South (198689) and Ironton Rock Hill (1990-91). Chinn earned his master’s degree from Norwich in 1993 and completed his doctorate in July 2011. He is also an assistant track and field coach at Grove City. RECRUITING TERRITORY: Northwest Pennsylvania, Lawrence County, Western Ohio, other areas outside Pennsylvania and Ohio.

Todd Gibson enters his 10th season as the Wolverines’ outside linebackers coach. He is also the program’s strength and conditioning coordinator. A 2002 Grove City graduate, Gibson joined the staff prior to the start of the 2004 season. His work with the linebacking corps has helped Grove City lead the Presidents’ Athletic in total defense in both 2010 and 2013. Gibson started at split end for the Wolverines in 2000 and 2001. He led Grove City in receptions, yards and touchdowns as a senior in 2001. Gibson earned a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Grove City in May 2002, then added a bachelor’s degree in integrated social studies/secondary education from nearby Youngstown State. He earned his master’s degree in exercise science from California University of Pennsylvania in 2006. Gibson also works as Grove City’s head men’s and women’s track and field coach. He serves as an assistant professor of physical education and exercise science at the College. RECRUITING TERRITORY: Southwest Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh, Philadelphia metropolitan area, New Jersey.

Matt Gregg

Rob Skaricich

OFFENSIVE LINE/SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/SECONDARY

Rob Skaricich enters his 11th year as defensive coordinator and his 17th year overall at Grove City. Last season, Grove City led the Presidents’ Athletic Conference in total defense and fewest first downs allowed. Grove City ranked nationally in the top 25 in both of those categories. The Wolverines allowed just 283 yards per game, the fewest for a Grove City defense in 14 years. In addition, junior cornerback Chris Gibbs became the first Grove City junior to be named CoSIDA Academic All-American. Under his guidance, two Grove City defensive backs have represented the U.S. in the Aztec Bowl. Brock McCullough played in the 2000 Aztec Bowl while safety Aaron Margo played in the 2005 Aztec Bowl. A native of Wickliffe, Ohio, Skaricich spent four seasons at Marietta before joining the Grove City staff. Skaricich played cornerback at Hiram College, graduating in 1991. He earned his master’s degree from Cleveland State in 1993. Skaricich is also the head baseball coach at Grove City. He led the Wolverines to conference titles in 2001, 2002 and 2008, along with the PAC regular season title in 2011. In 2008, he guided Grove City to its first-ever NCAA Championship Tournament berth. The 2011 Wolverines captured the Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament title.

Matt Gregg is in his sixth season as offensive line coach at Grove City. In 2013, he has added the responsibility of special teams coordinator for the Wolverine program. Gregg works with offensive line coach Bernie Davis in coordinating the Wolverines’ line play. He also handles the preparation and editing of video for the program. Gregg started each of his final three seasons at center for Grove City. In 2007, he served as team cocaptain. He capped his career by playing on a Division III all-star team that represented the United States against Mexico in the Aztec Bowl. Gregg earned First Team All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference recognition in both his junior and senior season. He also earned Second Team All-PAC as a sophomore in 2005 while lettering in each of his four seasons. A graduate of Hopewell High School, Gregg graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication in May 2008. He completed his master’s of exercise science from California University of Pennsylvania and is an instructor of physical education and exercise science at Grove City. Gregg also works as an assistant track and field coach at Grove City. RECRUITING TERRITORY: Beaver County, Central Pennsylvania, Eastern Pennsylvania.

RECRUITING TERRITORY: Northeast Ohio, including Akron, Cleveland and Youngstown-Warren metropolitan areas.

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ASSISTANT COACHES/STAFF Dennis Bornes

Bernie Davis

John Gibson

INSIDE LINEBACKERS

OFFENSIVE LINE

WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS

Bernie Davis begins his 18th season as a Wolverine assistant coach, the longest tenure of any current Grove City offensive assistant. In his first stint as a Grove City assistant from 19952000, Davis coached the secondary and the outside linebackers for three seasons each. Davis has worked with numerous standout linemen at Grove City, including tackle Pete Polesnak (2010) and guard Josh Bermann (2012), who both represented the United States in the “Bowl of the Stars” in Mexico. Davis came to Grove City after eight seasons as head coach at nearby Lakeview High School in Stoneboro. He also spent five years as an assistant coach at Thiel College A 1975 graduate of Geneva College, Davis added a master’s degree from Edinboro in 1983. He spent 33 years as a science teacher at Lakeview before retiring.

John Gibson is in his fourth season on the Grove City coaching staff and his second year as wide receivers coach. Gibson joined the Wolverine staff as tight ends coach prior to the 2010 season after a lengthy coaching career at the scholastic level. Gibson taught at Champion (Ohio) High School for 37 years and also spent time as the school’s head football coach. He retired as head coach following the 2008 season. He worked 12 seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Thiel College. Gibson played split end at Thiel from 1967-70 and earned First Team All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference recognition in each of his four seasons. He also acheived Little All-America and All-Lutheran recognition during his career. Thiel inducted Gibson into its Athletic Hall of Fame in 1983.

Tom Wilson

Kay Mitchell Emigh

Rick Hawke

DEFENSIVE LINE

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

A 1994 Grove City College graduate, Tom Wilson is in his 18th year as a Wolverine assistant. He joined the coaching staff in 1994 as secondary coach before starting as defensive

line coach in 1995. As defensive line coach, Wilson has coached a number of standouts, including Grove City’s all-time sacks leader, Mark Furgeson, All-PAC selections Monte Bell, Justin Fowler and Jeremy Horton, and Jarred Frawley, who represented the United States on a Division III all-star team in the “Bowl of the Stars” in Mexico in 2011. Prior to joining the Grove City staff, Wilson coached for five seasons at the high school level in Mercer County. Wilson teaches English at West Middlesex High School. He has also been an assistant baseball coach and yearbook advisor at West Middlesex.

Kay Mitchell Emigh is in her 28th year as the College’s head trainer and her 28th overall year at Grove City. Considered as one of the top collegiate athletic trainers in the country, Emigh earned her bachelor’s of science degree from Slippery Rock University in 1983. She also received a master’s of education from SRU in 1986. A native of Elizabeth, Pa., Emigh is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association (EATA) and the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society. Emigh also served as the northwest representative for the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society Board of Directors from 2001-2004. She lives in Liberty Township with her husband, Tom.

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Rick Hawke is in his second stint as assistant athletic trainer at Grove City College. He returned to the College prior to the 2004-05 academic year. Hawke originally came to Grove City in 1997 as assistant athletic trainer. He worked five seasons at Grove City before moving to Union (Pa.) High School for two years. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association and the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society. Hawke earned his bachelor’s degree in athletic training from Slippery Rock University in 1996. He then added his master’s degree in athletic training from the University of Virginia in 1997. He lives in Grove City with his wife Brenda and their three children.

ASSISTANT COACHES

A veteran of Mercer County football, Dennis Bornes is in his 15th season as Grove City’s inside linebackers coach. While at Grove City, Bornes has coached some of the region’s premier inside linebackers. He has coached the school’s all-time tackles leader, Mike Choby, as well as single-season tackle leader Casey Creehan. Bornes also coached the College’s No. 2 all-time leading tackler, Adam Corbett, CoSIDA Academic All-American Adam Eichler and three-time All-Conference honoree Jason Ferguson, who represented the United States in the 2013 Bowl of the Stars. A native of Sharpsville, Bornes coached for eight seasons at Hickory and Kennedy Catholic High Schools in Hermitage. He is a 1983 graduate of Thiel College, where he earned three letters as a member of the Tomcat football team.


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

SENIORS ETHAN ALBINGER

JOE DIANI

SENIOR • 6-0 • 200 • LINEBACKER GIBSONIA, PA. DEER LAKES

SENIOR • 6-1 • 175 • FREE SAFETY WEST LEECHBURG, PA. LEECHBURG

40

27

SENIORS

Two-year letterman who will compete for starting outside linebacker spot ... Key cog in Grove City special teams units ... Also member of short-yardage package on offense. AS A JUNIOR: Earned second letter ... Made first start in Homecoming win over Bethany September 22, 2012 ... Caught five-yard touchdown pass against Anderson September 8 ... Deflected two punts at Saint Vincent November 3. AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned first letter ... Played extensively on special teams and at outside linebacker. AS A FRESHMAN: Saw duty as a reserve in 2010. NOTABLE: Exercise science major.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

ALBINGER’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP Tack TFL Sacks PBU 2 1 0 0 0 10 6 1.0 0 0 9 5 1.0 0 0 21 12 2.0 0 0

Three-year letterwinner in secondary and at punter ... Returning starter at free safety... CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica candidate. AS A JUNIOR: Started all 10 games at free safety, earning third letter ... Named CoSIDA Academic All-District ... Led team with five interceptions ... All-PAC Honorable Mention at both punter and safety ... Returned pick 36 yards for touchdown at Waynesburg October 6, 2012 ... Averaged 32.2 yards per punt. AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned CoSIDA Academic All-District ... Earned second letter ... Tied for team lead with three interceptions. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter ... Played on special teams and as extra defensive back in all 10 games. NOTABLE: Mechanical engineering major ... Dean’s List ... PAC Academic Honor Roll.

Int 0 0 0 0

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

RYAN

ALTHAUSEN SENIOR • 6-3 • 215 • LINEBACKER HUDSON, OHIO HUDSON

GP 5 10 9 24

PATRICK DONOUGHE

89

Two-year starter at outside linebacker ... Three-year letterwinner. AS A JUNIOR: Started nine games at outside linebacker, earning third letter ... Shared team lead with four sacks ... Third on team with 6.5 tackles for loss. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 10 games in 2011, earning second letter ... Led team with 5.5 sacks ... All-PAC Honorable Mention. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter ... Started season finale against Thiel November 13, 2010. NOTABLE: Mechanical engineering major ... Sister Stephanie is a sophomore outside hitter for Grove City volleyball team.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

Int 0 3 5 8

SENIOR • 6-1 • 250 • TIGHT END SUMMERHILL, PA. FOREST HILLS

42

ALTHAUSEN’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 3 1.0 0 0 52 8.5 5.5 0 37 6.5 4.0 2 92 16.0 9.5 2

GP 10 9 10 29

DIANI’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 9 0 0 0 20 0.5 0 2 41 0.5 0 2 70 1.0 0 4

Two-year letterman who will look to earn starting tight end position ... Team’s returning kickoff specialist. AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 10 games at tight end and kicker, earning second letter ... Made two starts at tight end ... Also kicked off 40 times. AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned first letter ... Made one start at tight end ... Took over as team’s kicker and went 7 for 7 on extra points ... Punted four times. AS A FRESHMAN: Played as a reserve tight end. NOTABLE: Mechanical engineering major.

Int 0 0 0 0

Year 2011 2012 Totals

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DONOUGHE’S CAREER STATISTICS Receiving GP No Yards Avg TD 8 1 10 10.0 0 10 2 21 10.5 0 18 3 31 10.3 0

Long 10 13 13


FOOTBALL 2013

SENIORS KHALIL ERVIN

BEN JUBELL

SENIOR • 6-1 • 190 • WIDE RECEIVER MALVERN, PA. PHOENIXVILLE

SENIOR • 6-0 • 295 • CENTER AURORA, OHIO AURORA

14

74

Two-year letterwinner at center for Grove City ... Will look to earn full-time starting spot in 2013. AS A JUNIOR: Earned second letter ... Started final three games of 2012 season ... Played in all 10 games. AS A SOPHOMORE: Moved into starting center position late in season, earning first letter ... Made first collegiate start October 29, 2011 against W&J. AS A FRESHMAN: Saw duty as reserve lineman. NOTABLE: Mathematics major.

Returning letterman who will look to be key part of Grove City passing attack in 2013 ... Will battle for starting spot at wide receiver. AS A JUNIOR: Earned first letter after playing extensively at wide receiver and on special teams ... Led team in yards per catch ... Caught 40-yard touchdown pass in win at Saint Vincent November 3, 2012. NOTABLE: Exercise science major.

Year 2012 Totals

GP 8 8

ERVIN’S CAREER STATISTICS Receiving No Yards Avg TD 8 151 18.9 1 8 151 18.9 1

JOSH LATINI

Long 43 43

SENIOR • 6-3 • 215 • TIGHT END GLENSHAW, PA. SHALER

82

SENIOR • 5-10 • 175 • CORNERBACK AKRON, OHIO REVERE

Returning letterman who will compete for starting spot at tight end in 2013. AS A JUNIOR: Earned first letter after moving from wide receiver to tight end ... Made first start October 27, 2012 against Geneva. AS A SOPHOMORE: Saw action as a reserve wide receiver, making one reception. AS A FRESHMAN: Played as a reserve wide receiver. NOTABLE: Finance major.

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Three-year starter and letterwinner in Grove City secondary ... Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-America candidate ... Team co-captain. AS A JUNIOR: Started all 10 games at cornerback ... Earned Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-America honors ... First Grove City junior to earn Academic All-America ... Ranked second on team with 68 tackles ... Named CoSIDA Academic All-District. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 10 games at free safety ... Led team in tackles ... Named CoSIDA Academic All-District ... Earned second letter. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter ... Started final five games of season at cornerback ... Recorded nine tackles against Thomas More October 9, 2010. NOTABLE: Biology major ... Dean’s List ... Presidents’ Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll.

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

GP 8 10 10 28

GIBBS’ CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 31 0 0 3 79 0 0 6 68 3.5 0 6 178 3.5 0 15

BEN

MANWARING SENIOR • 6-2 • 225 • LINEBACKER LISLE, N.Y. WHITNEY POINT

53

Returning starter at inside linebacker who will look to anchor Wolverine defense ... Team co-captain. AS A JUNIOR: Earned second letter ... Appeared in eight games, including five starts at weakside linebacker. AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned first letter after playing in all 10 games ... Started final six games of 2011. NOTABLE: History major ... Dean’s List ... PAC Academic Honor Roll.

Int 0 0 0 0

Year 2011 2012 Totals

11

MANWARING’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP Tack TFL Sacks PBU 10 36 2.0 0.5 0 8 36 0 0 0 18 72 2.0 0.5 0

INT 0 0 0

SENIORS

CHRIS GIBBS


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

SENIORS ETHAN MARTIN

MITCH NARBE

SENIOR • 6-2 • 295 • TACKLE HANCOCK, MD. HANCOCK

SENIOR • 6-0 • 175 • WIDE RECEIVER ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. CHRISTIAN CENTRAL

56

86

Returning starter at right tackle who will likely be key part of Wolverine offensive line in 2013 ... Two-year letterman for Grove City. AS A JUNIOR: Started all 10 games at right tackle, earning second letter. AS A SOPHOMORE: Received first letter after playing both offensive tackle positions ... Appeared in all 10 games. AS A FRESHMAN: Played as a reserve offensive tackle. NOTABLE: Mathematics/secondary education major.

Returning letterwinner who will look to maintain full-time starting spot at wide receiver in 2013. AS A JUNIOR: Earned first letter ... Opening Day starter at wide receiver ... Started seven games ... Second on team in yards per catch. AS A SOPHOMORE: Saw time as a reserve wide receiver. AS A FRESHMAN: Played as a reserve. NOTABLE: Exercise science major.

SENIORS

BRANDON MILLER

Year 2012 Totals

GP 10 10

29

SENIOR • 6-1 • 200 • QUARTERBACK STREAMWOOD, ILL. WHEATON ACADEMY

Two-year letterman who will look to earn starting spot at outside linebacker in 2013 ... One of Grove City’s top special teams contributors over past two seasons. AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 10 games at linebacker, earning second letter ... Returned interception 25 yards for touchdown September 8, 2012 against Anderson (Ind.) ... Also forced one fumble in 2012. AS A SOPHOMORE: Appeared in all 10 games, primarily on special teams ... Earned first collegiate letter. AS A FRESHMAN: Saw limited duty as a reserve linebacker in 2010. NOTABLE: Accounting major.

Year 2011 2012 Totals

GP 10 10 20

Long 23 23

BRIAN PELL

SENIOR • 5-9 • 185 • LINEBACKER CORRY, PA. CORRY

MILLER’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 5 0 0 0 24 1.0 1.0 0 29 1.0 1.0 0

NARBE’S CAREER STATISTICS Receiving No Yards Avg TD 5 68 13.6 0 5 68 13.6 0

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Three-year starter and letterwinner at quarterback ... Team co-captain ... CoSIDA Academic All-America candidate. AS A JUNIOR: Started nine games at quarterback ... Moved into second place all-time at Grove City in passing yards and completions ... Named All-PAC Honorable Mention. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started final seven games of 2011, earning second letter ... Threw for 305 yards and four touchdowns in win over W&J October 29, 2011. AS A FRESHMAN: Started final five games of season, earning first letter ... Threw for 218 yards and touchdown October 16, 2010 against Geneva. NOTABLE: Communication studies major ... Dean’s List student ... High school teammate of wide receiver Anthony Ritchie.

INT 0 1 1

12

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

GP 6 10 9 25

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

GP 6 10 9 25

PELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Passing Comp Att Pct Yards Avg TD Int 79 140 56.4 889 6.35 4 5 116 208 55.8 1227 5.90 9 7 129 220 58.6 1361 6.19 13 9 324 568 57.0 3477 6.12 26 21 Rushing Att Yards Avg TD Long 55 71 1.3 1 18 59 177 3.0 1 20 102 384 3.8 4 25 216 632 2.9 6 25


FOOTBALL 2013

SENIORS ANTHONY RITCHIE

MITCH WHITE

SENIOR • 6-5 • 195 • WIDE RECEIVER BIG ROCK, ILL. WHEATON ACADEMY

SENIOR • 5-9 • 210 • WINGBACK CLINTON, OHIO NORTON

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80 Two-year starter and three-year letterwinner at wide re-

Three-year letterman ... Returns after missing 2012 season due to injury. AS A JUNIOR: Earned third letter ... Moved to offense at midseason and saw action as a blocking back ... Also played on special teams. AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in six games as a reserve linebacker and special-teams performer ... Earned second letter. AS A FRESHMAN: Made three starts at inside linebacker in 2009, earning first letter ... Had first interception at Thomas More October 17, 2009. NOTABLE: Mathematics/secondary education major.

ceiver ... CoSIDA Academic All-America candidate. AS A JUNIOR: Started all 10 games, earning third letter ... CoSIDA Academic All-District ... All-PAC Honorable Mention ... Led team in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started 10 games in 2011 and led team with 41 catches and 452 receiving yards ... Earned second letter. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after appearing in seven games ... Caught 24-yard pass in win over Geneva October 16. NOTABLE: Mechanical engineering major ... Dean’s List student ... Named to Presidents’ Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll.

GP 7 10 10 27

Long 30 38 38 38

GP 9 6 8 23

Larry Freeman EQUIPMENT MANAGER

Jim Richardson

Senior wide receiver Anthony Ritchie has led Grove City in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches in each of the past two seasons.

EQUIPMENT MANAGER

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Int 1 0 0 1

SENIORS

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

RITCHIE’S CAREER STATISTICS Receiving No. Yards Avg TD 5 87 17.4 0 41 452 11.0 4 43 488 11.3 8 89 1027 11.5 12

Year 2009 2010 2011 Totals

WHITE’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 21 1.0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 24 1.0 0 0


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

RETURNING LETTERWINNERS BRANDON BERRINGER

DAVID FOLKMIRE

SOPHOMORE • 5-11 • 215 • LINEBACKER PITTSBURGH, PA. SHALER

SOPHOMORE • 5-8 • 165 • CORNERBACK MONROEVILLE, PA. GATEWAY

2

55

Returning letterwinner who will challenge for starting spot in secondary. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after playing both wide receiver and cornerback in 2012 ... Caught two passes for 19 yards .. Also played special teams. NOTABLE: Psychology major.

One-year letterman at inside linebacker ... Will challenge for starting spot in 2013. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after appearing in nine games ... Played primarily on special teams. NOTABLE: Electrical engineering major ... Dean’s List ... Named to Presidents’ Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll.

RETURNING LETTERMEN

Year 2012 Totals

BERRINGER’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP Tack TFL Sacks PBU 9 6 0 0 0 9 6 0 0 0

Year 2012 Totals

INT 0 0

FOLKMIRE’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP Tack TFL Sacks PBU 10 1 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 0

INT 0 0

JASON GLACKEN

JASON DILLON

JUNIOR • 6-3 • 290 • TACKLE SOUTH FORK, PA. FOREST HILLS

SOPHOMORE • 5-11 • 215 • WINGBACK BOYDS, MD. DEMATHA CATHOLIC

76

37

Two-year letterman who will compete for starting spot at offensive tackle this year. AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned second letter after seeing action at both tackle spots ... Also played on extra point/field goal squad. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter ... Played on extra point/ field goal team while also moving into offensive line rotation late in season. NOTABLE: Exercise science major.

Returning letterman as a blocking back ... Could see time on offense or linebacker in 2013. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter ... Started at wingback against Waynesburg October 6, 2012 ... Also started against Thomas More two weeks later. NOTABLE: Undecided major.

RYAN HICKEY

RON DORNIN

SOPHOMORE • 6-2 • 235 • DEFENSIVE END MURRYSVILE, PA. FRANKLIN REGIONAL

JUNIOR • 6-2 • 310 • CENTER NORTH HUNTINGDON, PA. NORWIN

57

62

Returning letterman who will battle for starting spot this year. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after appearing in nine games at defensive end and tackle. NOTABLE: Mechanical engineering major ... Dean’s List ... Presidents’ Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll.

Returning starter at center ... One-year letterman who will look to maintain full-time starting spot this year. AS A SOPHOMORE: Opening Day starter at center ... Started seven games, earning first letter ... Also snapped for field goals and extra points. AS A FRESHMAN: Saw time as a reserve lineman. NOTABLE: Electrical engineering major.

Year 2012 Totals

14

GP 9 9

HICKEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 8 1.0 1 0 8 1.0 1 0

INT 0 0


FOOTBALL 2013

RETURNING LETTERWINNERS SAM IVAN

JAKE

JOHNSTON

JUNIOR • 5-10 • 175 • WINGBACK WHITEHOUSE, OHIO TOLEDO CHRISTIAN

JUNIOR • 6-2 • 285 • NOSE TACKLE BAY VILLAGE, OHIO BAY

6

90

Returning starter and two-year letterwinner ... CoSIDA Academic All-America candidate. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 10 games at wingback, earning second letter ... Finished third on team in rushing and fifth in receptions ... Named Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after playing in final five games ... Made collegiate debut at Thomas More October 8, 2011. NOTABLE: Molecular biology major ... Dean’s List ... Presidents’ Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll. GP 5 10 15

Year 2011 2012 Totals

GP 5 10 15

TD 0 0 0

Long 15 12 15

TD 0 1 1

Long 4 19 19

Year 2012 Totals

JOHNSTON’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense GP Tack TFL Sacks PBU 10 26 3.5 1.0 3 10 26 3.5 1.0 3

ZACH KEPPLE

Int 0 0

JUNIOR • 5-11 • 300 • GUARD CHICORA, PA. KARNS CITY

64

ALEX JEWELL

Returning letterman who will look to maintain starting spot at guard. AS A SOPHOMORE: Moved into starting lineup at left guard, earning first letter ... Started final six games of 2012 season. AS A FRESHMAN: Played as a reserve interior lineman. NOTABLE: Elementary education major ... Two-year letterman as thrower for Grove City track and field team.

SOPHOMORE • 6-0 • 250 • GUARD WEXFORD, PA. NORTH ALLEGHENY

52

STEVE MASKREY

Second-year performer who will compete for starting spot at guard ... Returning letterwinner. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after playing extensively at both guard spots ... Started at left guard September 15, 2012 at Washington & Jefferson. NOTABLE: Undecided major.

SOPHOMORE • 6-1 • 210 • TAILBACK CRANESVILLE, PA. NORTHWESTERN

41

Returning letterwinner who will compete for starting tailback position this fall. AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in all 10 games at tailback and on special teams ... Earned first letter. NOTABLE: Electrical engineering major ... Also pitcher for Grove City baseball team. Year 2012 Totals

15

GP 10 10

MASKREY’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing Att Yards Avg TD 7 20 2.9 0 7 20 2.9 0

Long 9 9

RETURNING LETTERMEN

Year 2011 2012 Totals

IVAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing Att Yards Avg 24 65 2.7 22 72 3.3 46 137 3.0 Receiving No Yards Avg 2 5 2.5 11 68 6.2 13 73 5.6

Returning starter at nose tackle ... Letterwinner who will look to again be key member of defensive front in 2013. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 10 games at nose tackle, earning first letter ... Made first start September 1, 2012 at Carnegie Mellon. AS A FRESHMAN: Played as a reserve lineman. NOTABLE: Exercise science major.


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

RETURNING LETTERWINNERS GABRIEL MOORE

ROBERT ROLLICK

SOPHOMORE • 5-10 • 175 • WINGBACK LAWRENCEBURG, IND. LANDMARK CHRISTIAN

JUNIOR • 6-2 • 235 • DEFENSIVE TACKLE WOODLAND, PA. SAINT MARYS

25

99

Returning letterman who will compete for starting spot this fall. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in all 10 games at tailback and on special teams ... Earned first letter. ... Made first start September 15, 2012 at W&J ... Second on team with 190 kick return yards. NOTABLE: Middle level education major.

RETURNING LETTERMEN

Year 2012 Totals

GP 10 10

MOORE’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing Att Yards Avg TD 5 6 1.2 0 5 6 1.2 0

Two-year letterwinner who will compete for starting spot on defensive line this fall. AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned second letter after seeing action on defensive line ... Saw time on special teams. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after playing primarily on special teams ... Also saw duty as a reserve along defensive line. NOTABLE: Exercise science major.

Long 7 7

Year 2011 2012 Totals

NICK PIETT

GP 9 8 17

34

SOPHOMORE • 5-11 • 190 • CORNERBACK MURRYSVILLE, PA. FRANKLIN REGIONAL

Second-year performer who returns as Grove City’s long-snapper ... Returning letterwinner ... Will compete for time in offensive backfield. AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in all 10 games as long snapper, earning first letter ... Earned first letter. NOTABLE: Business management major.

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Returning starter and letterwinner at cornerback ... Will look to again be key member of defensive backfield in 2013. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in all 10 games at cornerback, earning first letter ... Started six of final seven games ... Made first start September 22, 2012 in Homecoming game against Bethany. NOTABLE: Biblical studies major.

ZACH RADER

SOPHOMORE • 5-11 • 170 • WINGBACK BUTLER, PA. BUTLER

Year 2012 Totals

12

Versatile letterman who will compete for starting spot this fall. AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in nine games after moving from quarterback to wingback ... Earned first letter ... Made first start October 27, 2012 against Geneva. NOTABLE: Business management major.

Year 2012 Totals

GP 9 9

Int 0 0 0

SLATER SIMEK

SOPHOMORE • 6-0 • 205 • WINGBACK GLENSHAW, PA. SHALER

RADER’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing Att Yards Avg TD 21 71 3.4 0 21 71 3.4 0

ROLLICK’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 0 0 0 0 2 1.0 0 0 2 1.0 0 0

Long 13 13

16

GP 10 10

SIMEK’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 24 1.5 0 2 24 1.5 0 2

Int 0 0


FOOTBALL 2013

RETURNING LETTERWINNERS JASON SKYRM

BRENT VEERMAN

JUNIOR • 6-0 • 195 • LINEBACKER HARLEYSVILLE, PA. SOUDERTON

SOPHOMORE • 6-2 • 245 • NOSE TACKLE POWELL, OHIO COLUMBUS CRUSADERS

35

60

Returning letterwinner who will challenge for starting spot on defensive line in 2013. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after playing in six games as a reserve nose tackle. NOTABLE: Biochemistry major.

Two-year letterman who is returning starter at weakside linebacker ... Will look to again be pivotal piece of Grove City linebacking corps in 2013 ... CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica candidate. AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 10 games at strongside linebacker, earning second letter ... Third on team in total tackles, tackles for loss and sacks. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after playing both safety and outside linebacker in 2011 ... Tied for team lead with two forced fumbles ... Started two games at strongside linebacker and one at strong safety. NOTABLE: Business management major ... Dean’s List student ... Named to Presidents’ Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll ... Younger brother of former Grove City linebacker Matt Skyrm (2007-10).

GP 10 10 20

JUNIOR • 6-0 • 250 • DEFENSIVE END FAIRHOPE, PA. BERLIN BROTHERSVALLEY

50

Two-year letterman ... Will contend for spot in Grove City’s defensive line rotation in 2013 ... Has also been key part of Wolverines’ short-yardage offensive package. AS A SOPHOMORE: Moved from offensive tackle to defensive end ... Earned second letter after seeing extensive action in Grove City’s short-yardage offense ... Played as a reserve along defensive line. AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first letter after playing as a blocking back in Grove City’s short-yardage offensive package ... Also saw duty as a reserve tackle. NOTABLE: Biology major.

Int 1 0 1

BOBBY TUTTLE

BRIAN WELLS

SOPHOMORE • 6-0 • 220 • LINEBACKER PITTSBURGH, PA. UPPER SAINT CLAIR

39

JUNIOR • 5-9 • 195 • LINEBACKER AURORA, OHIO AURORA

Returning letterwinner who will battle for starting spot at inside linebacker in 2013. AS A FRESHMAN: Played in all 10 games, earning first letter ... Started four games at inside linebacker ... Made first start September 29, 2012 at Westminster ... Led team’s rookies with 42 total tackles. NOTABLE: Middle level education major.

Year 2012 Totals

GP 10 10

TUTTLE’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 42 1.0 0 2 42 1.0 0 2

28

Two-year letterman who will compete for starting spot at inside linebacker. AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned second letter after playing primarily on special teams ... Also saw action at inside linebacker. AS A FRESHMAN: Led team’s rookies in tackles, earning first letter ... Started three games at inside linebacker. NOTABLE: History major.

Int 0 0

Year 2011 2012 Totals

17

GP 10 10 20

WELLS’ CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 34 1.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 34 1.0 0 1

Int 0 0 0

RETURNING LETTERMEN

Year 2011 2012 Totals

SKYRM’S CAREER STATISTICS Defense Tack TFL Sacks PBU 30 4.0 1.0 1 62 8.0 2.5 1 92 12.0 3.5 2

LEVI WEAVER


OPPONENT PROFILES

GROVE CITY COLLEGE

2013 OPPONENT PROFILES CARNEGIE MELLON

September 7, 2013 -- 1:30 p.m. Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field

Rich Lackner

QB Rob Kalkstein

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa. Enrollment: 6,072 Nickname: Tartans Colors: Cardinal and Gray Stadium (Capacity): Gesling (3,500) Conference: University Athletic Association Head Coach: Rich Lackner Record (Years): 181-90-2 (28th Year) 2012 Record: 6-5, 1-2 UAA Starters Returning: 18 Basic Offense: Spread Wing-T Basic Defense: Multiple 50 Sports Information Director: Mark Fisher Sports Information Phone: 412-268-3087 SID E-mail: mwfisher@andrew.cmu.edu Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 20 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule at Grove City ALLEGHENY at Catholic GENEVA at Saint Vincent at Westminster at Mercer WASHINGTON (Mo.)* at Chicago* CASE WESTERN*

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 14 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

2012 Results GROVE CITY W, 23-20 at Allegheny W, 37-7 CATHOLIC W, 35-17 DEPAUW W, 51-28 at Wabash L, 54-28 DENISON W, 41-21 OHIO WESLEYAN L, 34-26 at Washington (Mo.)* L, 15-3 CHICAGO* W, 31-14 at Case Western* L, 36-24 at Waynesburg% L, 28-24

1:30 1:00 7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 12:00 1:00 6:00

*-University Athletic Association Game %-ECAC Southwest Bowl

ANDERSON

WASH. & JEFF.

September 14, 2013 -- 1:30 p.m. Anderson, Ind. Macholtz Stadium

September 21, 2013 -- 7:00 p.m. Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field

Bobby Ladner

WR J.T. Bouwman

Location: Anderson, Ind. Enrollment: 2,600 Nickname: Ravens Colors: White and Orange Stadium (Capacity): Macholtz (4,200) Conference: Heartland Collegiate Athletic Head Coach: Bobby Ladner Record (Years): 0-10 (2nd year) 2012 Record: 0-10, 0-8 HCAC Starters Returning: N/A Basic Offense: Pro Basic Defense: 3-4 Sports Information Director: Justin Bates Sports Information Phone: 765-641-4479 SID E-mail: jbbates@anderson.edu

Mike Sirianni

WR Alex Baroffio

Location: Washington, Pa. Enrollment: 1,500 Nickname: Presidents Colors: Red and Black Stadium (Capacity): Cameron (3,500) Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Head Coach: Mike Sirianni Record (Years): 93-21 (11th Year) 2012 Record: 8-3, 7-1 PAC Starters Returning: 13 Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-2-5 Sports Information Dir.: Scott McGuinness Sports Information Phone: 724-250-3308 SID E-mail: smcguinness@washjeff.edu

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule at Taylor GROVE CITY DEFIANCE* MOUNT ST. JOSEPH* at Hanover* at Franklin* EARLHAM* at Bluffton* ROSE-HULMAN* at Manchester*

7:00 1:30 2:30 7:00 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule at Wooster at Saint John Fisher at Grove City* THIEL* at Bethany* THOMAS MORE* at Westminster* at Saint Vincent* GENEVA* WAYNESBURG*

7:00 1:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 1:00 7:00 1:30

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

2012 Results TAYLOR at Grove City at Defiance* at Mt. St. Joseph* HANOVER* FRANKLIN* at Earlham* BLUFFTON* at Rose-Hulman* MANCHESTER*

L, 46-0 L, 47-10 L, 30-7 L, 41-20 L, 54-14 L, 69-0 L, 21-19 L, 13-0 L, 42-8 L, 38-0

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

2012 Results at Methodist ST. JOHN FISHER GROVE CITY* at Thiel* BETHANY* at Thomas More* WESTMINSTER* SAINT VINCENT* at Geneva* at Waynesburg* at Johns Hopkins%

W, 23-6 L, 28-24 W, 24-17 W, 17-0 W, 28-26 L, 54-18 W, 24-21 W, 40-14 W, 27-17 W, 31-14 L, 42-10

*-Heartland Conference Game

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FOOTBALL 2013

2013 OPPONENT PROFILES BETHANY

WESTMINSTER

WAYNESBURG

September 28, 2013 -- 2:00 p.m. Bethany, W.Va. Bison Stadium

October 5, 2013 -- 2:00 p.m. Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field -- Homecoming

October 12, 2013 -- 1:30 p.m. Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field

Bill Garvey

CB Wyssmy Despagne

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule at Centre 1:30 at Geneva* 8:00 RANDOLPH-MACON 1:00 GROVE CITY* 2:00 WASH. & JEFF.* 7:00 at Waynesburg* 1:30 WESTMINSTER* 1:00 THIEL* 1:00 at Thomas More* 1:30 at Saint Vincent* 1:00

Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

2012 Results CENTRE at Randolph-Macon at Grove City* at Wash. & Jeff.* GENEVA* WAYNESBURG* at Westminster* at Thiel* THOMAS MORE* SAINT VINCENT*

L, 42-21 L, 49-33 L, 44-40 L, 28-26 W, 42-36 (OT) L, 23-21 L, 45-28 W, 26-13 L, 13-10 (OT) W, 54-27

*-Presidents’ Athletic Conference Game

Location: New Wilmington, Pa. Enrollment: 1,566 Nickname: Titans Colors: Blue and White Stadium (Capacity): Harold Burry (3,000) Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Head Coach: Jeff Hand (67-73 overall) Record at WC (Years): 30-49 (9th Year) 2012 Record: 3-6, 2-6 PAC Starters Returning: 15 Basic Offense: Multiple Pro Basic Defense: 3-4 Sports Information Director: Nathan LaRiccia Sports Information Phone: 724-946-6357 SID E-mail: lariccnj@westminster.edu

Rick Shepas

DE Brandon Fedorka

Location: Waynesburg, Pa. Enrollment: 2,500 Nickname: Yellow Jackets Colors: Orange and Black Stadium (Capacity): Jack Wiley (4,000) Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Head Coach: Rick Shepas Record (Years): 49-33 (9th Year) 2012 Record: 10-1, 7-1 PAC Starters Returning: 13 Basic Offense: Multiple Pro Basic Defense: Multiple 8-Man Front Sports Information Director: Bobby Fox Sports Information Phone: 724-852-3334 SID E-mail: rfox@waynesburg.edu

Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule at Hiram THOMAS MORE* at Saint Vincent* at Grove City* CARNEGIE MELLON WASH. & JEFF.* at Bethany* WAYNESBURG* at Thiel* GENEVA*

7:00 7:00 1:00 2:00 1:00 7:00 1:00 1:00 7:00 1:00

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule MUSKINGUM at Frostburg State SAINT VINCENT* at Thomas More* THIEL* at Grove City* BETHANY* GENEVA* at Westminster* at Wash. & Jeff.*

1:30 1:00 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:00 1:30

Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

2012 Results HIRAM at Thomas More* SAINT VINCENT* GROVE CITY* at Wash. & Jeff.* BETHANY* at Waynesburg* THIEL* at Geneva*

W, 28-0 L, 27-23 W, 17-6 L, 23-21 L, 24-21 W, 45-28 L, 42-16 L, 16-10 L, 33-14

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

2012 Results at Muskingum FROSTBURG STATE at Saint Vincent* THOMAS MORE* at Thiel* GROVE CITY* at Bethany* at Geneva* WESTMINSTER* WASH. & JEFF.* CARNEGIE MELLON

W, 34-23 W, 21-7 W, 35-14 W, 14-10 W, 20-19 W, 21-14 W, 23-21 W, 21-20 W, 42-16 L, 31-14 W, 28-24

*-Presidents’ Athletic Conference Game

*-Presidents’ Athletic Conference Game %-ECAC Southwest Bowl

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OPPONENT PROFILES

Location: Bethany, W. Va. Enrollment: 1,000 Nickname: Bison Colors: Kelly Green and White Stadium (Capacity): Bison Stadium (1,000) Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Head Coach: Bill Garvey Record (Years): 0-0 (7th Year) 2012 Record: 3-7, 3-5 PAC Starters Returning: 10 Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 4-3 Sports Information Director: Jerrod Plate Sports Information Phone: 304-829-7717 SID E-mail: jplate@bethanywv.edu

QB Dak Britt

Jeff Hand


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

2013 OPPONENT PROFILES THOMAS MORE

GENEVA

SAINT VINCENT

October 26, 2013 -- 1:30 p.m. Crestview Hills, Ky. Bank of Kentucky Field

November 2, 2013 -- 1:00 p.m. Beaver Falls, Pa. Reeves Field

November 9, 2013 -- 1:30 p.m. Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field

OPPONENT PROFILES

Jim Hilvert

CB Jake Fishburn

Location: Crestview Hills, Ky. Enrollment: 1,900 Nickname: Saints Colors: Royal Blue and White Stadium (Capacity): Bank of Kentucky (3,000) Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Head Coach: Jim Hilvert Record (Years): 50-16 (7th Year) 2012 Record: 7-3, 6-2 PAC Starters Returning: 18 Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: 4-4 Sports Info. Director: Cory Blackson Sports Information Phone: 859-344-3672 E-Mail: cory.blackson@thomasmore.edu

LB Dillon Goodell

Geno DeMarco

Location: Beaver Falls, Pa. Enrollment: 1,367 Nickname: Golden Tornadoes Colors: Old Gold and White Stadium (Capacity): Reeves (6,500) Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Head Coach: Geno DeMarco Record (Years): 128-83 (21st year) 2012 Record: 3-7, 3-5 PAC Starters Returning: 17 Basic Offense: Spread Basic Defense: Multiple Sports Information Director: Christy Lear Sports Information Phone: 724-847-6887 SID E-mail: cllear@geneva.edu

Bob Colbert

OL Darius McGhee

Location: Latrobe, Pa. Enrollment: 1,800 Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Green and Gold Stadium (Capacity): Chuck Noll (1,100) Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Head Coach: Bob Colbert Record (Years): 10-51 (7th Year) 2012 Record: 0-10, 0-8 PAC Starters Returning: 13 Basic Offense: Pro-Style Basic Defense: Multiple Sports Information Director: Jeff Zidek Sports Information Phone: 724-805-2476 SID E-mail: jeff.zidek@email.stvincent.edu

Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule at Capital at Westminster* WAYNESBURG* GENEVA* at Wash. & Jeff.* at Thiel* GROVE CITY* at Saint Vincent* BETHANY* at Mount St. Joseph

1:30 7:00 1:30 1:30 7:00 1:30 1:30 1:00 1:00 1:00

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule FROSTBURG STATE BETHANY* THIEL* at Carnegie Mellon at Thomas More* SAINT VINCENT* at Waynesburg* GROVE CITY* at Wash. & Jeff.* at Westminster*

7:00 8:00 7:00 1:00 1:30 4:00 1:30 1:00 7:00 1:00

Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule at Bridgewater (Va.) 1:00 at Waynesburg* 1:30 WESTMINSTER* 1:00 CARNEGIE MELLON* 1:00 at Thiel* 3:00 at Geneva* 4:00 WASH. & JEFF.* 1:00 THOMAS MORE* 1:00 at Grove City* 1:30 BETHANY* 1:00

Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

2012 Results at St. John Fisher WESTMINSTER* at Waynesburg* at Geneva* WASH. & JEFF.* THIEL* at Grove City* SAINT VINCENT* at Bethany* MT. ST. JOSEPH

L, 13-7 W, 27-23 L, 14-10 L, 50-48 (OT) W, 54-18 W, 28-16 W, 27-0 W, 38-3 W, 13-10 (OT) W, 75-6

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

2012 Results at Frostburg State at Hobart at Thiel* THOMAS MORE* at Bethany* at Saint Vincent* WAYNESBURG* at Grove City* WASH. & JEFF.* WESTMINSTER*

L, 56-53 L, 28-7 L, 21-14 (OT) W, 50-48 (OT) L, 42-36 (OT) W, 30-22 L, 21-20 L, 26-8 L, 27-17 W, 33-14

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

2012 Results BRIDGEWATER L, 23-7 WOOSTER L, 27-21 (OT) WAYNESBURG* L, 35-14 at Westminster L, 17-6 THIEL* L, 14-7 GENEVA* L, 30-22 at Wash. & Jeff.* L, 40-14 at Thomas More* L, 38-3 GROVE CITY* L, 27-10 at Bethany* L, 54-27

*-Presidents’ Athletic Conference Game %-NCAA Division III Playoff Game

*-Presidents’ Athletic Conference Game

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*-Presidents Athletic Conference Game


FOOTBALL 2013

2013 OPPONENT PROFILES All-Time All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference Selections

THIEL November 16, 2013 -- 1:30 p.m. Greenville, Pa. Alumni Stadium -- Mercer County Cup

DB P WR OL DL DB DL PK LB OL

Kurt Reiser

QB Andrew Smith

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

2013 Schedule at Juniata ROCHESTER at Geneva* at Wash. & Jeff.* at Waynesburg* SAINT VINCENT* THOMAS MORE* at Bethany* WESTMINSTER* GROVE CITY*

12:00 1:30 7:00 2:00 1:30 3:00 1:30 1:00 7:00 1:00

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

2012 Results JUNIATA at Rochester GENEVA* WASH. & JEFF.* WAYNESBURG* at Saint Vincent* at Thomas More* BETHANY* at Westminster* at Grove City*#

L, 16-13 L, 17-7 W, 21-14 (OT) L, 17-0 L, 20-19 W, 14-7 L, 28-16 L, 26-13 W, 16-10 L, 21-7

*-Presidents’ Athletic Conference Game #-Mercer County Cup

DB RB PK DL QB LB OL OL PK DL DB LB DB DL OL QB PK LB OL DB LB WR LB OL DL DB LB RB WR OL QB DB WR OL LB WR DB

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DL LB QB WR RB OL DB OL TE WR LB DL OL LB WR DB OL LB RB OL OL WR LB DB QB RB DB OL OL WR OL DB LB RB OL DB PK LB SS DE OL CB RB OL RB LB OT DE SS RB OG OT DE

1992 First Team Andrew Campion Scott Fraser Tom Miles Rick Sems Second Team Mike Bown Mike Kanavich John Morrison Mike Roche Greg Scott Andy Sems Chris White 1993 First Team Dave Fritz Mike Kanavich Second Team Scott Fraser Scott Henry Bryan Kozinski Tom Moser Chris White Chad Rush Jim Vieland 1994 First Team Ted Antonini Andy Sems Scott Fraser Ryan Neal Second Team Doug Hamsher Jas. Hollenbaugh Bryan Kozinski Tom Moser Jim Vieland 1995 First Team Tom Flenner Eric Grabowsky Rich Shields Second Team Brian Hays Jason Hollenbaugh Tom Moser John Neumann Brian Wolfe 1996 First Team Rich Mokros John Neumann Mike Reynolds Second Team Josh Dunn Kevin Forney Doug Steiner Mike Stone 1997 First Team R.J. Bowers Casey Creehan Jim Donnelly Mark Furgeson John Neumann Doug Steiner Mike Stone Second Team Steve Coutris Ron Mauro

CB LB

RB OT DE C SS LB P LB FS OG DE NT OG RB OG NT FS LB CB C OT LB P RB OG CB OT TE LB C QB OT K-P SS DE OT LB P LB TE LB OT RB DB OT NT LB P NT LB WR QB

Jamey Palma Burt Romanoff 1998 First Team R.J. Bowers Steve Coutris Mark Furgeson Shawn Kelly Tony Kunczewski Corey Sarosy Ben Shreve Second Team Casey Creehan Mike Kashurba Oscar Fish Ed Fox Jeremy Horton Chris Mullins 1999 First Team R.J. Bowers Oscar Fish Jeremy Horton Mike Kashurba Tony Kunczewski Brock McCullough Second Team Shawn Kelly Kyle Millet Burt Romanoff Ben Shreve 2000 First Team R.J. Bowers Andy Jacks Brock McCullough Second Team Derek Bostick Mark Byrer Adam Corbett Shawn Kelly Steve Lacinski Kyle Millet Ben Shreve Mike Volchko Jeremy Young 2001 First Team Derek Bostick Adam Corbett Mike Titzel Second Team John Bialowas Mark Byrer Jonathan Forbes Masterofrancesco Mike Orlando Josh Sachleben 2002 First Team Derek Bostick Second Team Monte Bell Mike Choby Mike Titzel 2003 Second Team Monte Bell Mike Choby Dave DiDonato Sam Mowrey

P LB DE FS SS C FS DE C P DT OT CB CB NT C ILB K OG CB OG DT LB FS RB P DT OT K QB LB RB CB LB NT OT SS NT RB OG LB SS

Mike Titzel 2004 First Team Mike Choby Second Team Dan Bukowski Ross Trimmer 2005 First Team Aaron Margo Second Team Matt Gregg Ross Trimmer Steve Weary 2006 First Team Matt Gregg Henry Johnston Second Team Justin Fowler Bob Perri C. Schwamberger 2007 First Team Mike Baker Justin Fowler Matt Gregg Bill Waugh Second Team Chris Haley Dave Salera 2008 First Team Mike Baker Dave Salera Second Team Tony Clark Adam Eichler Zach Fulmer Brian Mercer Ed Reith 2009 First Team Tony Clark Pete Polesnak Second Team Craig Bicehouse Andrew DiDonato Jason Ferguson Blaine Miller Randy Santina 2010 First Team Jason Ferguson Jarred Frawley Pete Polesnak Second Team Butch Kriger 2011 First Team Jarred Frawley 2012 First Team Shane Kaclik Josh Bermann Second Team Jason Ferguson Shawn Mercer

OPPONENT PROFILES

Location: Greenville, Pa. Enrollment: 1,100 Nickname: Tomcats Colors: Old Gold and Navy Blue Stadium (Capacity): Alumni (1,400) Conference: Presidents’ Athletic Head Coach: Kurt Reiser Record (Years): 6-34 (5th Year) 2012 Record: 3-7, 3-5 PAC Starters Returning: 18 Basic Offense: Multiple Pro-I Basic Defense: Multiple 4-3 Sports Information Director: William Becque Sports Information Phone: 724-589-2241 SID E-mail: jplate@thiel.edu

1984 First Team Chris DeMaio Marty Gargano Jeff Mateer Randy Raidel Second Team Dave Nicoletta 1985 First Team Chris DeMaio Doug Descoteaux Doug Hart Second Team Keith Jones Mike Kirsch 1986 First Team Chris DeMaio Kirk Fennell Doug Hart Darrin Miller Second Team Jeff Cass Keith Jones Mike Kirsch Eric Love 1987 First Team Doug Hart Darrin Miller Tim Saxton Second Team John Senkowitz 1988 First Team Tony Colangelo Darrin Miller Eric States Second Team Jeff Cass Doug Hart Ron Nanni John Parker 1989 First Team Tony Colangelo Second Team Jon Cherry Tom Karenbauer Ron Nanni Dave Walker Joel Wentling 1990 First Team Tony Colangelo Second Team Mike Duska Kent LaMotta Rick Sems Mitch Smyth 1991 First Team Duke Johncour John Morrison Rick Sems Mitch Smyth Second Team Mike Duska Tom Miles Lance Stewart


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

2012 IN REVIEW GROVE CITY 20 CARNEGIE MELLON 23 September 1, 2012 Pittsburgh, Pa. Gesling Stadium

2012 REVIEW

Chris Gibbs recorded 12 tackles in Grove City’s 2012 season opener at Carnegie Mellon.

Game Summary Grove City opened the 2012 season with a 23-20 setback to longtime rival Carnegie Mellon at Gesling Stadium in Pittsburgh. Junior wide receiver Anthony Ritchie caught a pair of touchdown passes and led all receivers with seven catches for 82 yards while Brian Pell completed 21 of 39 passes for 188 yards. Defensively, nose tackle Jake Johnston and Marc Shamley both recovered fumbles. Shamley also had a quarterback sack while cornerback Chris Gibbs recorded a gamehigh 12 tackles. Grove City did not commit a penalty in the game and held a nine-minute advantage in time of possession. The Wolverines led 20-16 in the fourth quarter before inclement weather delayed the game for 1 hour, 50 minutes. Score By Quarter Grove City 6 7 7 0 Carn. Mellon 7 9 0 7

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ANDERSON GROVE CITY

10 47

GROVE CITY WASH. & JEFF.

17 24

September 8, 2012 Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field

September 15, 2012 Washington, Pa. Cameron Stadium

Brandon Miller highlighted the home opener with a 25-yard interception return for a touchdown.

Jason Skyrm collected 12 tackles, including two for loss, at league foe Washington & Jefferson.

Game Summary Grove City earned a 47-10 victory over visiting Anderson (Ind.) the Wolverines’ home opener at Robert E. Thorn Field. The Wolverines broke open the game by scoring the final 27 points. Senior tailback Shane Kaclik ran for a career-high 153 yards and three touchdowns while quarterback Brian Pell added 221 yards of total offense and three total touchdowns. Defensively, linebacker Brandon Miller returned an interception for a touchdown and cornerback Mike Brown also picked off a pass. Grove City accumulated 451 offensive yards and 32 first downs while owning a 13 1/2-minute edge in time of possession.

Game Summary Grove City opened Presidents’ Athletic Conference play with a 24-17 setback at Washington & Jefferson. Grove City led 10-7 at halftime after Kurt Devlin drilled a 27-yard field goal and Shane Kaclik bulled into the end zone from two yards out in the second quarter. Kaclik ran for a career-high 161 yards and became the conference’s leading rusher for the season. Junior Anthony Ritchie closed the scoring for Grove City by catching a five-yard touchdown pass from Brian Pell in the fourth quarter. Jason Skyrm led the defense with 12 tackles, including two for loss. The Wolverines held Washington & Jefferson to just 271 offensive yards.

Anderson Grove City

Score By Quarter 0 10 0 0 7 20 6 14

10 47

Scoring Summary G-Kaclik 2 run (kick blocked) C-Nardone 5 run (Young kick) C-FG Young 43 G-Ritchie 13 pass from Pell (Mossgrove kick) C-Swanson 52 pass from Kalkstein (kick failed) G-Ritchie 21 pass from Pell (Mossgrove kick) C-Kikta 45 pass from Kalkstein (Young kick)

Scoring Summary G-Kaclik 6 run (Mossgrove kick) A-FG Green 20 G-Britt 15 pass from Pell (Mossgrove kick) G-Albinger 5 pass from Pell (kick failed) A-Spann 39 run (Green kick) G-Kaclik 1 run (Mossgrove kick) G-Pell 1 run (kick blocked) G-Kaclik 1 run (Devlin kick) G-Miller 25 interception return (Devlin kick)

Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 18-65, Pell 14-27 Passing: Pell 21-39-3-188 Receiving: Ritchie 7-82, Kaclik 4-16 Tackles: Gibbs 12, Ferguson 7, Skyrm 7

Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 32-153, Pell 12-77 Passing: Pell 16-27-1-144 Receiving: Anewalt 6-76, Ivan 3-7 Tackles: Manwaring 11, Mercer 7

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Score By Quarter Grove City 0 10 0 7 Wash. & Jeff. 7 0 14 3

17 24

Scoring Summary W-Wiegand 8 run (Eberle kick) G-FG Devlin 27 G-Kaclik 2 run (Mossgrove kick) W-McNerney 2 run (Eberle kick) W-Baroffio 17 pass from Bliss (Eberle kick) W-FG Eberle 21 G-Ritchie 5 pass from Pell (Mossgrove kick) Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 23-161, Pell 7-9 Passing: Pell 12-25-0-96 Receiving: Ritchie 5-35, Anewalt 3-37 Tackles: Skyrm 12, Althausen 10


FOOTBALL 2013

2012 IN REVIEW BETHANY GROVE CITY

40 44

September 22, 2012 Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field -- Homecoming

Joe Diani intercepted two passes in Grove City’s come-from-behind Homecoming win over Bethany.

Bethany Grove City

Score By Quarter 14 10 16 0 0 18 6 20

40 44

Scoring Summary B-Foster 2 pass from Grimard (Evans kick) B-Grimard 4 run (Evans kick) B-Holmes 40 pass from Grimard (Evans kick) G-Britt 45 pass from Pell (kick failed) G-Kaclik 3 run (pass failed) G-Kaclik 41 run (rush fumbled) B-FG Evans 33 G-Kaclik 1 run (kick blocked) B-Chance PAT return B-Blinn 41 pass from Grimard (Evans kick) B-Holmes 19 pass from Grimard (Evans kick) G-Kaclik 1 run (pass failed) G-Pell 1 run (Devlin kick) G-Kaclik 1 run (Devlin kick) Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 31-121, Pell 13-24 Passing: Pell 9-21-1-144 Receiving: Anewalt 3-19, Britt 2-68 Tackles: Skyrm 11, Gibbs 9

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Anthony Ritchie caught two touchdown passes to help Grove City stun archrival Westminster.

Game Summary Junior quarterback Brian Pell fired a fiveyard touchdown pass to junior wide receiver Anthony Ritchie with 18 seconds left, lifting Grove City to a 23-21 conference win at Westminster, spoiling the Titans’ Homecoming. Pell gave Grove City a 7-0 lead with a five-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. He also threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Ritchie in the second quarter, putting the Wolverines ahead 14-7. Ryan Althausen recorded two of Grove City’s four sacks and Joe Diani intercepted his third pass in the last two games. Jason Ferguson led the defense with 12 tackles. Grove City finished the game with 407 total offensive yards -- 207 on the ground and 200 passing yards. Score By Quarter 7 10 0 6 7 0 7 7

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Scoring Summary G-Pell 5 run (Devlin kick) W-Banks 3 run (Baker kick) G-Ritchie 10 pass from Pell (Devlin kick) G-FG Devlin 35 W-D. Britt 1 run (Baker kick) W-Pasquinelli 21 pass from D. Britt (Baker kick) G-Ritchie 5 pass from Pell (kick blocked) Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 25-127, Pell 10-57 Passing: Pell 23-34-1-200 Receiving: Ritchie 9-61, Kaclik 4-19 Tackles: Ferguson 12, Gibbs 7, Tuttle 7

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October 6, 2012 Waynesburg, Pa. John F. Wiley Stadium

September 29, 2012 New Wilmington, Pa. Memorial Field

Grove City Westminster

GROVE CITY WAYNESBURG

Linebacker Jason Ferguson racked up 11 solo tackles and finished with 15 total stops at Waynesburg.

Game Summary Grove City dropped to 2-2 in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference with a 21-14 setback at eventual conference co-champion Waynesburg. Grove City took a 7-0 lead with 12:36 left in the first half when Joe Diani returned an interception 36 yards for a touchdown. Waynesburg took a 21-7 lead into the fourth quarter but Grove City halved the lead with 3:33 left. Sophomore Sam Ivan hauled in a 19-yard touchdown pass from Brian Pell, cutting the gap to 21-14. Dustin Anewalt led Grove City with four receptions while Shane Kaclik caught three passes. Kaclik also ran for a team-high 64 yards on 17 carries. Jason Ferguson led Grove City with a season-high 15 tackles and fellow inside linebacker Bobby Tuttle tallied a career-high 12 stops. Grove City Waynesburg

Score By Quarter 0 7 0 7 0 7 14 0

14 21

Scoring Summary G-Diani 36 interception return (Devlin kick) W-Moses 2 pass from Hill (Zappa kick) W-Sanner 11 pass from Hill (Zappa kick) W-Moses 7 pass from Moore (Zappa kick) G-Ivan 19 pass from Pell (Devlin kick) Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 17-64, Pell 12-13 Passing: Pell 12-17-1-91, Rader 1-1-0-36 Receiving: Anewalt 4-30, Kaclik 3-15 Tackles: Ferguson 15, Tuttle 12, Gibbs 9

2012 REVIEW

Game Summary Grove City ralled from deficits of 21 and 16 points to pull out a 44-40 victory over visiting Bethany on Homecoming. Senior tailback Shane Kaclik ran for a career-high five touchdowns and 121 yards in the win while the Grove City defense forced four turnovers. Junior safety Joe Diani intercepted two passes and also forced a fumble. All three of those takeaways led directly to Grove City touchdowns.

GROVE CITY WESTMINSTER


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

2012 IN REVIEW THOMAS MORE GROVE CITY

27 0

October 20, 2012 Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field

8 26

Senior kicker Kurt Devlin kicked field goals of 34 and 40 yards as Grove City rolled past Geneva.

Game Summary Visiting Thomas More broke a scoreless tie with 10:33 left in the first half as safety Zach Autenrieb returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdown, setting the Saints on course for a 27-0 conference victory over Grove City. Senior quarterback Mike McDonald made his first start for the Wolverines and threw for 98 yards on 12-of-23 accuracy. Senior wide receiver Dustin Anewalt and junior wide receiver Anthony Ritchie both caught a game-high six passes for Grove City. Senior Shane Kaclik led Grove City with a game-high 62 rushing yards and became the first Wolverine back to go over the 750-yard mark for a season since R.J. Bowers in 2000. Defensively, Marc Shamley and Brandon Miller both recorded sacks. Grove City held Thomas More to just 26 rushing yards.

Game Summary Grove City held visiting Geneva to just 181 yards of total offense as the Wolverines rolled to a 26-8 Presidents’ Athletic Conference victory in the annual night game at Robert E. Thorn Field. Offensively, the Wolverines piled up 413 yards, including 233 yards of total offense from junior quarterback Brian Pell. Senior tailback Shane Kaclik ran for a career-high 166 yards and two touchdowns while junior wide receiver Anthony Ritchie caught six passes for a career-high 111 yards. Senior Kurt Devlin kicked a pair of field goals, including a career-best 40-yarder that put the Wolverines up 3-0 in the first quarter. The 18-point margin of victory marked the largest in a home night game for the Wolverines.

Score By Quarter Thomas More 0 7 10 10 Grove City 0 0 0 0

Geneva Grove City

27 0

Scoring Summary T-Autenrieb 100 interception return (Gormly kick) T-FG Gormly 35 T-Hinkel 6 pass from Gebhardt (Gormly kick) T-Cohorn 19 pass from Gebhardt (Gormly kick) G-FG Gormly 23 Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 22-62, Peach 12-31 Passing: McDonald 12-23-1-98, Peach 5-9-1-37 Receiving: Ritchie 6-70, Anewalt 6-39 Tackles: Mercer 8, Ferguson 6, Matthews 6

Score By Quarter 0 0 8 0 3 13 0 10

GROVE CITY SAINT VINCENT

27 10

November 3, 2012 Latrobe, Pa. Chuck Noll Field

October 27, 2012 Grove City, Pa. Robert E. Thorn Field

Dustin Anewalt caught six passes against defending conference champion Thomas More.

2012 REVIEW

GENEVA GROVE CITY

8 26

Tailback Shane Kaclik went over the 1,000-yard mark in Grove City’s win at Saint Vincent.

Game Summary Senior tailback Shane Kaclik became the third Grove City back to record a 1,000-yard season as he ran for 109 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-10 conference win at Saint Vincent. Khalil Ervin caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from Brian Pell in the third quarter, extending Grove City’s 14-3 halftime lead to 213. Defensively, free safety Joe Diani intercepted his fifth pass of the season. Defensive linemen Jake Johnston, George Matthews and Marc Shamley all recorded quarterback sacks. Linebacker Ethan Albinger deflected a pair of punts, the first two blocked kicks of his career. Grove City improved to 5-1 against Saint Vincent since the Bearcats restarted football prior to the 2007 season. Score By Quarter Grove City 0 14 13 0 Saint Vincent 0 3 0 7

27 10

Scoring Summary Gr-FG Devlin 40 Gr-Kaclik 1 run (kick failed) Gr-Ritchie 38 pass from Pell (Devlin kick) Ge-Jones 3 run (Colavecchia rush) Gr-Kaclik 1 run (Devlin kick) Gr-FG Devlin 34

Scoring Summary G-Kaclik 3 run (Devlin kick) S-FG Porter 22 G-Kaclik 4 run (Devlin kick) G-Ervin 40 pass from Pell (Devlin kick) G-Kaclik 3 run (kick blocked) S-Hernandez 22 pass from Corona (Scherer kick)

Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 28-166, Pell 10-56 Passing: Pell 13-21-1-177 Receiving: Ritchie 6-111, Ivan 2-27 Tackles: Gibbs 8, Althausen 7, Skyrm 7

Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Kaclik 25-109, Pell 10-27 Passing: Pell 9-15-1-180 Receiving: Britt 4-69, Ritchie 2-53 Tackles: Ferguson 11, Matthews 6, Miller 6

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2012 IN REVIEW THIEL GROVE CITY

7 21

November 10, 2012 Grove City, Pa. Thorn Field - Mercer County Cup

Brian Pell accounted for three total touchdowns to help Grove City retain the Mercer County Cup.

Thiel Grove City

Score By Quarter 0 0 7 0 7 7 0 7

7 21

Scoring Summary G-Ritchie 10 pass from Pell (Devlin kick) G-Ritchie 13 pass from Pell (Devlin kick) T-Potter 9 run (Fennick kick) G-Pell 4 run (Devlin kick) Grove City Individual Leaders Rushing: Pell 14-94, Kaclik 19-70 Passing: Pell 14-21-0-141 Receiving: Anewalt 6-64, Ritchie 4-43 Tackles: Ferguson 12, Gibbs 8, Tuttle 7

PASSING Brian Pell McDonald Josh Peach Zach Rader TEAM Opponents

G 9 4 3 9 10 10

G 10 9 10 9 10 3 10 10 10 10 4 10 10 10

Att Yds 240 1098 102 384 22 72 21 71 20 58 13 31 7 20 1 7 5 6 1 3 5 -6 6 -1 443 1743 337 1271

2012 STATISTICS Avg TD 4.6 15 3.8 4 3.3 0 3.4 0 2.9 0 2.4 0 2.9 0 7.0 0 1.2 0 3.0 0 -1.2 0 -0.2 0 3.9 19 3.8 9

Com Att Pct Yds TD 129 220 58.6 1361 13 14 25 56.0 114 0 5 9 55.6 37 0 1 1 100.00 36 0 149 255 58.4 1548 13 155 268 57.8 1562 14

RECEIVING Anthony Ritchie Dustin Anewalt Tony Britt Shane Kaclik Sam Ivan Khalil Ervin Mitch Narbe Zach Rader Pat Donoughe David Folkmire Zac Page Ethan Albinger TEAM Opponents

G 10 10 10 10 10 8 10 9 10 10 4 9 10 10

Rec Yds 43 488 37 343 18 242 18 120 11 68 8 151 5 68 3 16 2 21 2 19 1 7 1 5 149 1548 155 1562

Avg 11.3 9.3 13.4 6.7 6.2 18.9 13.6 5.3 10.5 9.5 7.0 5.0 10.4 10.1

Int 9 1 1 0 11 9

TD 8 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 13 14

SCORING TD XP 2PT FG Pts Shane Kaclik 15 0 0 0 90 Anthony Ritchie 8 0 0 0 48 Kurt Devlin 0 16-19 0 4-6 28 Brian Pell 4 0 0-2 0 24 Tony Britt 2 0 0 0 12 Dane Mossgrove 0 7-12 0 0 7 Ethan Albinger 1 0 0 0 6 Khalil Ervin 1 0 0 0 6 Sam Ivan 1 0 0 0 6 Brandon Miller 1 0 0 0 6 Joe Diani 1 0 0 0 6 Team 0 0-1 0 0 0 TEAM 27 16-22 0 0 180 Opponents 33 20-30 0 6 238

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DEFENSE UT AT Jason Ferguson 50 34 Chris Gibbs 34 34 Jason Skyrm 39 23 Shawn Mercer 33 16 Bobby Tuttle 24 18 Joe Diani 27 14 George Matthews15 26 Ryan Althausen 19 18 Marc Shamley 18 18 Ben Manwaring 17 19 Jake Johnston 10 16 Brandon Miller 14 10 Slater Simek 13 11 Mike Brown 6 4 Mario Posteraro 9 0 Ryan Hickey 2 6 B. Berringer 4 2 Ethan Albinger 4 1 OTHERS 18 8 TEAM 356 278 Opponents 414 317

Tot Sack 84 2.5 68 0 62 2.5 49 0 42 0 41 0 41 2 37 4 36 4 36 0 26 1 24 1 24 0 10 0 9 0 8 1 6 0 5 0 26 0 634 18 731 17

TFL-Yd 10.0-28 3.5-6 8.0-35 1.5-2 1.0-2 0.5-0 6.5-21 6.5-29 9.0-36 0 3.5-13 1.0-10 1.5-2 1.5-5 0 1.0-8 0 1.0-3 1.0-1 57-201 50-179

INTERCEPTIONS Int Yds Avg Long Joe Diani 5 65 13.0 36 Mike Brown 1 1 1.0 1 Jason Ferguson 1 4 4.0 4 Shawn Mercer 1 22 22.0 22 Brandon Miller 1 25 25.0 25 TEAM 9 117 13.0 36 Opponents 11 173 15.7 100 PUNT RETURNS PR Yds Avg Long Tony Britt 10 89 8.9 15 Anthony Ritchie 9 57 6.3 13 TEAM 19 146 7.7 15 Opponents 11 61 5.5 15 KICKOFF RETURNS KR Yds Avg Long Tony Britt 16 289 18.1 44 Gabriel Moore 13 190 14.6 26 Slater Simek 1 21 21.0 21 Donny Haney 1 4 4.0 4 Julian Wested 1 4 4.0 4 TEAM 32 508 15.9 44 Opponents 42 771 18.4 47 ALL-PURPOSE Rush Rec PR KR Int Tot Shane Kaclik 1098 120 0 0 0 1218 Tony Britt 58 242 89 289 0 678 Anthony Ritchie 3 488 57 0 0 548 Brian Pell 384 0 0 0 0 384 Dustin Anewalt 0 343 0 0 0 343 Gabriel Moore 6 0 0 190 0 196 Khalil Ervin 0 151 0 0 0 151 Sam Ivan 72 68 0 0 0 140 Zach Rader 71 16 0 0 0 87 Joe Diani 7 0 0 0 65 72 Mitch Narbe 0 68 0 0 0 68 OTHERS 44 52 0 25 52 173 TEAM 1743 1548 146 508 1174062 Opponents 1271 1562 61 771 1733838

2012 REVIEW

Game Summary For the sixth straight season, Grove City captured the prestigious Mercer County Cup by downing visiting Thiel in the 2012 finale. Quarterback Brian Pell threw a pair of firsthalf touchdown passes to Anthony Ritchie to give the Wolverines a 14-0 halftime lead. Pell then closed the scoring with 10:57 left by scoring on a four-yard touchdown run. He led Grove City with 94 rushing yards. Jason Ferguson helped sew up the victory with a fourth-quarter interception on Thiel’s final drive. He also recorded a gamehigh 12 tackles and a sack. The Wolverine defense limited Thiel to a 3-for-11 performance on third downs. Grove City improved to 13-1 in its last 14 Senior Day games. The Wolverines also raised their Mercer County Cup game record to 209.

RUSHING Shane Kaclik Brian Pell Sam Ivan Zach Rader Tony Britt Josh Peach Steve Maskrey Joe Diani Gabriel Moore Anthony Ritchie Mike McDonald TEAM TEAM Opponents


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

THE PRESIDENTS’ ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

ABOUT THE PAC Founded in 1955, the Presidents’ Athletic Conference continues its mission of promoting intercollegiate athletics and the pursuit of academic excellence. Comprised of 10 select private colleges - Bethany College, Chatham University, Geneva College, Grove City College, Saint Vincent College, Thiel College, Thomas More College, Washington & Jefferson College, Waynesburg University and Westminster College - the PAC remains a unique organization in this day of highpressure intercollegiate athletics. With academics at the center of each member’s philosophy, the PAC is built on the principle that an athletic program is a part of college life, but not an entity in itself. During the 2005-06 academic year, Chatham, Geneva and Saint Vincent all joined the PAC. Chatham competed for PAC championships for the first time during the 2007-08 academic year. Saint Vincent first competed for conference titles in 2010-11. Geneva became eligible for conference titles in 2011-12. In 2014, Carnegie Mellon University and Case Western Reserve University will compete for the conference’s championship in football as affiliate members. The PAC annually crowns champions in 19 sports. All-Conference status is awarded in all 19 sports. Head coaches select all-league squads for all team sports, while in individual sports such as cross country and tennis, all-PAC accolades are based upon performances at the conference championships.

The PAC annually awards its men’s and women’s All-Sports Trophies to the schools which perform best across the board in conference competition. Grove City won the Women’s All-Sports Trophy for the 2012-13 academic year while Washington & Jefferson earned the Men’s All-Sports Trophy. In 2012-13, the league named a conference-record 853 student-athletes to the PAC Academic Honor Roll, which recognizes all participating student-athletes who attain a term grade-point average of 3.60 or above during their semester of competition.

2012 PAC FIRST TEAM Offense: QB Matt Grimard (Bethany), RB SHANE KACLIK (GROVE CITY), RB Bertrand Ngampa (Waynesburg), RB Tim McNerney (Wash. & Jeff.), WR Alex Baroffio (Wash. & Jeff.), WR Corey O’Patchen (Geneva), OL JOSH BERMANN (GROVE CITY), OL Rob Kingerski (Waynesburg), OL Darius McGhee (Saint Vincent), OL Kevin Naltner (Thomas More), OL Zach Wildey (Wash. & Jeff.), TE Adam Moses (Waynesburg). Defense: DL Brandon Fedorka (Waynesburg), DL Matt Krause (Waynesburg), DL Tim Taylor (Thiel), DL Jay Volker (Thomas More), LB Dillon Goodell (Geneva), LB Nick Gramke (Thomas More), LB Ian Hennessy (Wash. & Jeff.), DB Zach Autenrieb (Thomas More), DB Kyle Allen (Westminster), DB Bryan Gary (Waynesburg), DB Nathan Melhorn (Wash. & Jeff.), DB Kenny Veal (Thomas More). Special Teams: K Eric Eberle (Wash. & Jeff.), P Zack Rogers (Waynesburg), KR Christian Jackson (Waynesburg). 2012 PAC SECOND TEAM Offense: QB Zach Hayward (Geneva), RB Adam Rauch (Thomas More), RB Dion Wiegand (Wash. & Jeff.), WR Ed Holmes (Bethany), WR Geno Pasquinelli (Westminster), OL Conor Brinkhoff (Waynesburg), OL Marco Canello (Westminster), OL Jason Crystol (Thiel), OL Doug Murray (Bethany), OL Andrew Pingitore (Wash. & Jeff.), TE Rocco Colavecchia (Geneva). Defense: DL Sean Christofferson (Westminster), DL Tyler Combs (Thomas More), DL Tyler French (Geneva), DL John Watts (Washington & Jefferson), LB JASON FERGUSON (GROVE CITY), LB Jordan Helmick (Waynesburg), LB Derrick Orloski (Westminster), DB SHAWN MERCER (GROVE CITY), DB Wyssmy Despagne (Bethany), DB Jake Fishburn (Thomas More), DB B.J. Monacelli (Wash. & Jeff.), DB Dan Wirkowski (Saint Vincent). Special Teams: K Alex Henry (Waynesburg), P Stephen Amic (Bethany), KR Jeff Joyce (Bethany).

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THE WOLVERINES IN OVERTIME

Entering the 2013 season, Grove City owns a 5-3 all-time record in overtime. Below is a look back at those eight games.

WOOSTER GROVE CITY

7 6

September 14, 1996 Grove City, Pa.

Game Summary Doug Steiner put Grove City up 6-0 in the second overtime with a one-yard touchdown run. But Wooster blocked the extra point and on the Scots’ ensuing possession, Jeff Elser tied the game by scoring from the 2. Will Schober’s extra point gave Wooster the win. Steiner ran for 102 yards.

Score By Quarter Wooster 0 0 0 0 0 Grove City 0 0 0 0 0 Scoring Summary G-Steiner 1 run (kick blocked) W-Elser 2 run (Schober kick)

GROVE CITY MUHLENBERG

7 6

31 34

Game Summary Grove City overcame a 21-point to force overtime before falling to the Mules. Jake Dailey hauled in a touchdown pass while Aaron Kaiser’s 20-yard run tied the game at 28 in the fourth quarter. Grove City Muhlenberg

Score By Quarter 0 14 0 14 14 7 0 6

Scoring Summary

3 6

31 34

M-Brader 2 run (Dickinson kick) M-DeLuna 22 pass from McCabe (Dickinson kick) M-Brader 1 run (Dickinson kick) G-R.J. Bowers 25 run (kick failed) G-R.J. Bowers 41 run (Bowers run) M-Carter 12 pass from McCabe (Dickinson kick) G-Dailey 31 pass from Napotnik (Shreve kick) G-Kaiser 20 run (Shreve kick) G-FG Shreve 33 M-McFarlane 25 pass from McCabe

MUHLENBERG GROVE CITY

November 6, 1999 Grove City, Pa.

24 31

Game Summary One year after dropping the season finale to Muhlenberg in overtime, the Wolverines picked up their first overtime victory in the 1999 finale. After Muhlenberg erased Grove City’s 10-point lead, the Wolverines re-took the lead in the fourth quarter on Garret Schmidt’s 41-yard touchdown catch from Steve Lacinski. With the game tied at 24 in overtime, R.J. Bowers scored his second touchdown of the day. Brock McCullough sealed the win by batting down a pass on fourth down in the second overtime.

KENYON GROVE CITY September 9, 2000 Grove City, Pa.

21 27 G

Game Summary Grove City needed an extra session to knock off Kenyon in the 2000 home opener. Mike Orlando gave Grove City the lead just two minutes into the game on a 15-yard run. Grove City trailed 21-13 in the fourth quarter but Dan Roseum’s 43-yard interception return set up Orlando’s game-tying score. In overtime, R.J. Bowers then bulled in from the 9 on Grove City’s fourth play. Score By Quarter 0 7 7 7 0 21 7 6 0 8 6 27 Scoring Summary G-Orlando 15 run (Styer kick) K-Miga 1 run (Moriarty kick) G-Bowers 2 run (kick blocked) K-Perazich 13 pass from Miga (Moriarty kick) K-Mills 1 run (Moriarty kick) G-Orlando 18 run (Bowers rush) G-Bowers 9 run Kenyon Grove City

GROVE CITY WAYNESBURG

32 29

Game Summary Ben Shreve’s 40-yard field goal in the fourth overtime gave Grove City the lead for good while Jonathan Forbes’ block of a Waynesburg field goal attempt cemented the victory in the school’s longest game ever.

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October 28, 2000 Bethany, W. Va.

32 29

20 14

Game Summary Fullback R.J. Bowers became college football’s all-time leading rusher with his 128-yard outing. But it was his third touchdown run of the day, an 11-yard sprint in overtime, that gave Grove City the win. Mike Orlando added 114 yards. Score By Quarter 7 0 0 7 6 0 7 7 0 0 Scoring Summary G-Bowers 3 run (Styer kick) B-Isbell 9 run (Henderson kick) B-Anderson 7 run (Henderson kick) G-Bowers 1 run (Styer kick) G-Bowers 11 run Grove City Bethany

CARNEGIE MELLON GROVE CITY

September 14, 2002 Grove City, Pa.

20 14

9 6

Game Summary Two Mike Titzel field goals gave Grove City the lead but Chris Kay’s 25-yard touchdown catch gave CMU the win in the 2002 home opener at Thorn Field.

Score By Quarter 0 3 0 0 6 0 3 0 0 3 Scoring Summary G-FG Titzel 23 C-FG Palmer 40 G-FG Titzel 37 C-Kay 25 pass from Wykosky CMU Grove City

GROVE CITY THIEL

November 14, 2009 Greenville, Pa.

October 14, 2000 Waynesburg, Pa.

Score By Quarter Grove City 9 7 0 0 7 0 6 3 Waynesburg 6 0 3 7 7 0 6 0 Scoring Summary G-Bowers 44 run (kick blocked) W-Long 1 run (kick blocked) G-FG Shreve 33 G-Bowers 51 run (Styer kick) W-FG Santoro 30 W-Schake 4 run (Santoro kick) W-Schake 1 run (Santoro kick) G-Byrer 25 pass from Lacinski (Styer kick) W-Schake 2 run (pass failed) G-Bowers 25 run (pass failed) G-FG Shreve 40

GROVE CITY BETHANY

9 6

31 24

Game Summary Grove City rallied to down Thiel in the 26th Mercer County Cup game. Andrew DiDonato’s 25-yard scoring pass to Luke O’Hara put Grove City ahead. Mark Rossol’s fourth-down pass deflection sealed the win. Score By Quarter 0 0 0 17 7 7 31 10 7 0 0 7 0 24 Scoring Summary T-Hess 1 run (Madeline kick) T-FG Madeline 33 T-Hess 3 run (Madeline kick) G-DiDonato 3 run (Bicehouse kick) G-Summy 6 pass from DiDonato (Bicehouse kick) G-FG Bicehouse 32 T-Taylor 7 pass from Bova (Danko kick) G-DiDonato 11 run (Bicehouse kick) G-O’Hara 25 pass from DiDonato (Bicehouse kick) Grove City Thiel

OVERTIME RESULTS

November 7, 1998 Allentown, Pa.

7 6

Score By Quarter 7 0 14 3 0 24 7 7 3 7 7 31 Scoring Summary M-Wolfsohn 18 pass from McCabe (Reed kick) G-Lacinski 9 run (Shreve kick) G-R.J. Bowers 1 run (Shreve kick) G-FG Shreve 32 M-Carter 85 kickoff return (Reed kick) M-Carter 8 pass from McCabe (Reed kick) G-Schmidt 41 pass from Lacinski (Shreve kick) M-FG Reed 27 G-R.J. Bowers 13 run (Shreve kick) Muhlenberg Grove City


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES

ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES Opponent Adrian Akron Alfred Allegheny Anderson BETHANY Bluffton Bridgewater St. Brockport St. Buffalo St. Buffalo U. California, Pa. Canisius CARNEGIE MELLON Case Western Clarion Delaware Valley Denison Dickinson Duquesne Edinboro Frederick Frostburg St. Gannon GENEVA Glenville St. Heidelberg Hiram Hobart Holbrook Indiana, Pa. Ithaca John Carroll Juniata Kenyon Kings Point Lebanon Valley Lycoming Marietta Marshall Mercyhurst Millersville Morris Harvey Mount Union Muhlenberg Oberlin Ohio Northern Ohio Wesleyan Penn State Pittsburgh Rochester Slippery Rock SAINT VINCENT St. Bonaventure St. Francis Susquehanna THIEL THOMAS MORE Ursinus Villanova Wagner WASH. & JEFF. WAYNESBURG WESTMINSTER West Virginia St. West Virginia W. Va. Wesleyan Wilmington Wittenberg Wooster

W 5 0 7 34 1 42 6 2 7 0 1 7 2 19 3 4 5 1 1 10 3 0 6 0 38 1 0 23 2 1 2 1 8 2 12 2 1 2 6 2 0 1 4 0 2 6 0 0 0 2 0 9 5 4 3 2 60 1 1 0 1 13 17 36 0 0 2 0 0 1

L 2 1 6 29 0 23 2 0 3 4 2 4 0 34 0 10 2 1 7 6 4 1 3 4 42 0 1 20 0 0 3 3 4 10 3 2 2 0 1 0 6 0 0 7 2 2 1 7 3 8 1 9 3 1 0 4 34 7 1 1 0 35 28 50 1 6 2 1 1 8

T 0 0 0 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0

First Meeting 1927 1957 1917 1899 2012 1913 1992 1970 1963 1982 1915 1902 1925 1908 1968 1936 1961 1996 1947 1921 1933 1961 1962 1990 1893 1932 1967 1911 1967 1934 1901 1935 1926 1927 1973 1997 1959 1965 1920 1926 1986 1969 1930 1970 1998 1978 1969 1965 1907 1896 2006 1902 1932 1916 1926 1958 1892 2005 1973 1928 1957 1893 1903 1892 1968 1896 1920 1975 1969 1988

Last Meeting 1979 1957 2005 1987 2012 2012 1999 1971 1971 1991 1981 1940 1926 2012 2006 1964 1975 1997 2009 1992 1963 1961 1991 1993 2012 1932 1967 2003 1968 1934 1954 1971 1988 1972 2001 2006 2011 1966 1959 1929 1995 1969 1935 1979 2005 1993 1969 1999 1909 1921 2006 1948 2012 1921 1930 1975 2012 2012 1974 1928 1957 2012 2012 2012 1968 1925 1923 1975 1969 2004

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Last Grove City Win 1978 (21-10)

2003 (28-21) 1986 (23-0) 2012 (47-10) 2012 (44-40) 1998 (40-0) 1971 (28-6) 1970 (20-3) 1915 (10-7) 1940 (26-0) 1926 (10-0) 2008 (19-10) 2006 (40-33) 1962 (12-7) 1975 (21-6) 1997 (41-29) 1949 (25-6) 1991 (31-27) 1957 (7-0) 1991 (37-32) 2012 (26-8) 1932 (13-0) 2003 1968 1934 1909 1970 1988 1949 2001 2006 2010 1966 1959 1929

(68-20) (32-27) (25-0) (12-5) (14-3) (3-2) (13-6) (41-6) (14-6) (17-14) (27-8) (27-6) (7-6)

1969 (41-14) 1935 (7-0) 2005 (16-6) 1993 (35-7)

1898 (12-10) 1947 (20-6) 2012 (27-10) 1921 (21-0) 1930 (21-0) 1975 (14-7) 2012 (21-7) 2007 (23-16) 1974 (10-0) 1957 (14-13) 2011 (24-21) 2009 (35-24) 2012 (23-21) 1923 (19-0) 1988 (19-14)

Last Opponent Win 1979 (14-13) 1957 (40-0) 2005 (27-7) 1987 (27-7) 2011 (33-14) 1999 (30-22) 1971 1991 1981 1937

(27-7) (28-26) (42-6) (7-6)

2012 (23-20) 1964 (36-6) 1971 (28-12) 1996 (10-0) 2009 (52-47) 1992 (27-26) 1963 (27-7) 1961 (20-6) 1990 (41-0) 1993 (9-3) 2011 (23-7) 1967 (16-15) 1988 (26-21) 1954 1971 1987 1972 1996 2002 2011

(26-0) (27-7) (30-8) (55-6) (13-0) (35-17) (27-7)

1920 (35-0) 1995 (38-27) 1979 (30-14) 2004 (27-3) 1981 (13-10) 1969 (9-7) 1999 (14-9) 1909 (31-0) 1927 (33-0) 2006 (38-21) 1948 (20-12) 2010 (42-17) 1916 (6-2) 1973 (24-13) 2006 (20-0) 2012 (27-0) 1973 (17-6) 1928 (14-13) 2012 (24-17) 2012 (21-14) 2011 (25-20) 1968 (15-13) 1925 (53-3) 1922 (14-9) 1975 (30-0) 1969 (24-7) 2004 (28-13)

Current Streak Adr 1 Akr 1 Alf 2 All 1 Gro 1 Gro 1 Blu 1 Gro 2 Bro 1 BSU 4 Buf 2 Gro 3 Gro 2 CMU 4 Gro 3 Cla 2 Gro 2 Gro 1 Dic 6 Duq 1 Edi 3 Fre 1 Gro 1 Gan 4 Gro 1 Gro 1 Hei 1 Gro 3 Gro 2 Gro 1 IUP 2 Ith 1 Gro 1 Jun 1 Gro 5 Gro 2 LVC 1 Gro 2 Gro 2 Gro 2 Mer 6 Gro 1 Gro 4 MU 1 Gro 1 Gro 4 ONU 1 OWU 7 PSU 3 Pit 5 Roc 1 SRU 1 Gro 2 Gro 4 Gro 1 Gro 1 Gro 6 TMC 5 Gro 1 Vil 1 Gro 1 W&J 1 Way 3 Gro 1 WVS 1 WVU 6 Gro 1 Wil 1 Wit 1 Woo 8


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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1892

6 0 72 24 34 36 4 34

Coach: R.N.J. McKee Season Record: 7-1 Westminster ____________________ 0 Washington & Jefferson _________ 6 Hall Institute ____________________ 4 Westminster ____________________ 4 Oil City __________________________ 0 Butler _________________________ 10 Geneva _________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0

50 6 34 26 4 6 34 4 6

Coach: Jesse C. Bruce Season Record: 6-3 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Oil City __________________________ 0 Butler ___________________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 32 Youngstown __________________ 12 Bellevue AC _____________________ 0 Washington & Jefferson _________ 8 Geneva _________________________ 0

1893

1894

1895

0 0 50 32 20 4 6 24 22 30

Coach: W.H. Weakly Season Record: 8-2 Pittsburgh AC _________________ 24 Westminster ____________________ 8 Butler AC _______________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Youngstown ____________________ 4 Geneva _________________________ 0 Erie Y ___________________________ 0 Butler AC _______________________ 0

20 0 46 14 10 30 6 12 10

Coach: W.H. Maxwell Season Record: 8-1 New Castle AC _________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 32 Sharon __________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Butler ___________________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Pittsburgh _______________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 6

6 0 21 6 0 4 16

Coach: “Rags� Brown Season Record: 5-1-1 Westminster ____________________ 0 Pittsburgh AC _________________ 20 Westminster ____________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 New Castle _____________________ 0

1896

1897

1898 39 35 53 11

Coach: R.W. Cunningham Season Record: 5-2 Geneva _________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 6 Westminster ____________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0

6 12 0

Pittsburgh AC _________________ 11 Pittsburgh _____________________ 10 Greensburg AC _______________ 35

1899

0 0 6 0 35 6 0

Coach: G.J. Cronenwett Season Record: 1-4-2 West Virginia ___________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Pittsburgh _____________________ 16 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Butler _________________________ 34 Thiel __________________________ 40

16 0 0 6 0

Coach: George H. Lowrey Season Record: 2-2-1 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Pittsburgh _____________________ 12 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Grove City All-Stars _____________ 0

0 6 12 0 6 12 6 0

Coach: George H. Lowrey Season Record: 3-5 Allegheny _____________________ 10 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 5 West Virginia _________________ 37 Geneva _______________________ 10 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 11 Indiana _________________________ 6

0 0 6 0 5 0 5 6 15 0

Coach: W.H. Weakly Season Record: 1-8-1 Allegheny _____________________ 17 Pittsburgh _____________________ 16 Westminster ____________________ 6 Ellwood City ___________________ 11 Westminster __________________ 17 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Franklin _______________________ 17 California _____________________ 12 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 West Virginia _________________ 53

0 10 6 0 10 0 0 0 16 5 60 23

Coach: James Marshall Season Record: 5-6-1 Allegheny _____________________ 27 New Castle _____________________ 0 Waynesburg __________________ 17 West Virginia _________________ 21 W.V. Conf. Sem. _______________ 11 Geneva _______________________ 35 Westminster __________________ 12 Pittsburgh _______________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Erie Y ___________________________ 0 Waynesburg ____________________ 6

0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0

Coach: James Marshall Season Record: 3-4-4 Pittsburgh _____________________ 12 Franklin Y _______________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Westminster __________________ 23 California _____________________ 23 California _____________________ 23 Franklin Y _______________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0

1900

1901

1902

1903

1904

3 26 0

Butler (2nd Team) _______________ 0 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0

0 3

Westminster __________________ 11 Carnegie Tech __________________ 0

19 15 24 9 12 14 0 22 21

Coach: Herbert Harmon Season Record: 8-0-1 Butler ___________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 Oil City __________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 Carnegie Tech __________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Hiram ___________________________ 0

72 74 13 0 7 7 13 28 9

Coach: Herbert Harmon Season Record: 6-2-1 Oil City __________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Indiana _______________________ 27 Carnegie Tech __________________ 0 Kiski ___________________________ 13 Hiram ___________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0

43 20 34 3 0 6 13 6 9

Coach: Herbert Harmon Season Record: 5-4 Butler ___________________________ 0 Bethany _________________________ 0 Waynesburg ____________________ 0 Carnegie Tech __________________ 7 Washington & Jefferson ______ 100 Hiram ___________________________ 9 Geneva _________________________ 6 Westminster __________________ 27 Allegheny _______________________ 8

7 0 6 0 0 10 0 0 0

Coach: William Young Season Record: 0-8-1 Slippery Rock ____________________ 7 Carnegie Tech ________________ 53 Thiel ____________________________ 7 Bethany _______________________ 23 Kiski ___________________________ 24 Hiram _________________________ 13 Geneva _______________________ 49 Westminster __________________ 30 Allegheny _____________________ 40

10 27 6 17 10 9 6

Coach: Herbert Harmon Season Record: 6-1 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Bethany _________________________ 0 Carnegie Tech ________________ 60 Hiram ___________________________ 6 Buffalo __________________________ 7 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Westminster ____________________ 0

0 2 6 0 13 0 0 31

Coach: Howard Acher Season Record: 2-4-2 Carnegie Tech ________________ 68 St. Bonaventure ________________ 6 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Buffalo __________________________ 0 Bethany _________________________ 7 Westminster ____________________ 3 Thiel ____________________________ 9 Geneva _________________________ 0

1911

1905

22 0 0 11 0 0 4 6

Coach: Charles Hamilton Season Record: 3-4-1 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 7 Franklin _______________________ 42 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Westminster __________________ 48 Geneva _________________________ 5 Greenville _______________________ 0 Greenville _______________________ 6

0 0 0 0 0 23 16 10 0 4

Coach: Herbert Harmon Season Record: 3-5-2 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Washington & Jefferson _______ 76 West Virginia _________________ 25 California _______________________ 0 California _______________________ 5 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Pittsburgh _____________________ 23 Westminster ____________________ 9

1912

1906

1907

5 0 11 4 0 5 5 0 0

Coach: Herbert Harmon Season Record: 2-6-1 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Penn State ____________________ 46 Slippery Rock ____________________ 6 Allegheny _____________________ 11 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Westminster __________________ 10 Geneva _________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 6 Westminster ____________________ 5

1914

1908

0 4 4 11 6 5 6 9 0 0

Coach: William Rooke Season Record: 2-7-1 Penn State ____________________ 30 Butler _________________________ 10 Carnegie Tech __________________ 6 New Brighton ___________________ 0 California _______________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 5 Westminster __________________ 12 Allegheny _____________________ 10 Geneva _________________________ 5 Westminster __________________ 23

1915

1909

29 11 54 12 58 3 9 0

Coach: Herbert Harmon Season Record: 6-2 Indiana _________________________ 0 California _______________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Indiana _________________________ 5 New Brighton Y _________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 12 Westminster ____________________ 0 Penn State ____________________ 31

24 18 16 6 3 75

Coach: Herbert Harmon Season Record: 7-1-1 New Brighton ___________________ 0 Oil City Y ________________________ 0 Carnegie Tech __________________ 3 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Geneva _________________________ 0 California _______________________ 0

1910

29

1913

1916

ALL-TIME RESULTS

6 12 6 12 58

Coach: Morgan Barnes Season Record: 3-2 Westminster __________________ 28 Butler ___________________________ 4 Westminster ____________________ 8 Butler ___________________________ 4 Thiel ____________________________ 0


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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1917

0 3 7 13 6 7 16

Coach: H.O. White Season Record: 4-2-1 Alfred ___________________________ 2 Bethany _________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 7 St. Bonaventure _________________ 7 Allegheny _____________________ 10 Westminster ____________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0

1918

0 20

Coach: H.O. White Season Record: 1-1 Allegheny _____________________ 37 Thiel ____________________________ 7

3 36 13 59 6 6 66

Coach: Howard Acher Season Record: 6-0-1 Bethany _________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 St. Bonaventure _________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 6 Westminster ____________________ 0 Hiram ___________________________ 0

19 0

W. Virginia Wesleyan ____________ 0 Thiel __________________________ 14

0 15 0 13 0 0 13 0 13

Coach: William Young Season Record: 3-5-1 Pittsburgh _____________________ 14 Marietta ________________________ 9 Washington & Jefferson _______ 25 Waynesburg __________________ 17 Westminster ____________________ 7 Allegheny _______________________ 9 Bethany _________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0

1924

3 19 21 27 7 26 13 7

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1920

0 3 47 0 0 0 14

Coach: Robert Thorn Season Record: 2-4-1 W. Virginia Wesleyan ____________ 6 Carnegie Tech ________________ 21 St. Bonaventure _________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 3 Marietta ______________________ 35 Geneva _________________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0

6 21 7 0 44 0 28 27 13

Coach: Guy Williamson Season Record: 7-2 Thiel ____________________________ 0 St. Bonaventure _________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 14 Duquesne _______________________ 0 Bethany _______________________ 14 W. Virginia Wesleyan ____________ 0 Marietta ________________________ 2 Westminster ____________________ 0

1923

13 45 0 16 16 7 0

Coach: Guy Williamson Season Record: 4-5 Waynesburg __________________ 14 Westminster ____________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Bethany _________________________ 6 Marietta ______________________ 15 Pittsburgh _____________________ 13 Geneva _______________________ 14

7 34 14 7 7 12 48 20

21 10 27 14 27 3 12

56 0 7 21 0 60 18 30

Coach: Charles Berry Season Record: 5-2-1 Adrian __________________________ 0 Pittsburgh _____________________ 33 John Carroll _____________________ 7 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Geneva _______________________ 13 Juniata __________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 St. Francis _______________________ 0

7 21 14 13 12 0 13 6

Coach: Charles Berry Season Record: 4-1-3 St. Francis _______________________ 7 John Carroll _____________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 6 Allegheny _______________________ 7 Geneva _________________________ 6 Waynesburg ____________________ 0 Villanova ______________________ 14 Thiel ____________________________ 6

44 7 27 19 34 7 40 7 0

Coach: Charles Berry Season Record: 6-1-2 Adrian __________________________ 0 St. Francis _______________________ 7 John Carroll _____________________ 6 Westminster ____________________ 6 Geneva _________________________ 0 Waynesburg __________________ 12 Allegheny _______________________ 7 Marshall ________________________ 6 Thiel ____________________________ 0

Coach: Charles Berry Season Record: 5-1-2 Waynesburg ____________________ 7 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 14 Allegheny _______________________ 7 John Carroll _____________________ 0 Bethany _________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0

1932 Coach: William Amos Season Record: 3-5-1

1926

1927

13 0 0 0 0 26 0 7 14

Glenville ________________________ 0 Duquesne _____________________ 26 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 7 Waynesburg __________________ 10 Bethany _________________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 20 St. Vincent ____________________ 19 Thiel ____________________________ 6

12 49 36 6 12 2 0 20

Coach: William Amos Season Record: 6-1-1 Morris Harvey ___________________ 0 Edinboro ________________________ 0 Bethany _________________________ 0 Slippery Rock ____________________ 6 Westminster ____________________ 0 Waynesburg ____________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 6 Thiel __________________________ 14

25 18 30 0 2 40 25

Coach: William Amos Season Record: 5-1-1 Holbrook ________________________ 0 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Bethany _________________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Westminster ____________________ 2 Morris Harvey ___________________ 0 Thiel __________________________ 13

0 7 13 0 0 13 0

Coach: William Amos Season Record: 2-4-1 Washington & Jefferson _______ 69 Morris Harvey ___________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Slippery Rock __________________ 36 Bethany _______________________ 18 Ithaca _________________________ 13 Thiel ____________________________ 7

1933

1928

1922

25 0 20 0 0 6 32 9 57

1931

Coach: Charles Bowser Season Record: 7-1 West Virginia _________________ 53 Waynesburg ____________________ 0 Canisius ________________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 Marietta ________________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0

Coach: Charles Bowser Season Record: 7-0 John Carroll _____________________ 6 Canisius ________________________ 0 Marshall ________________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 7 St. Francis _______________________ 6 Geneva _________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0

1921

Coach: Guy Williamson Season Record: 5-3-1 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Bethany _______________________ 14 Allegheny _____________________ 13 Carnegie Tech ________________ 28 Marietta ________________________ 0 Duquesne _______________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 0 W. Virginia Wesleyan __________ 14 Westminster ____________________ 0

90 21 6 19 12 0 33 48 13

1925

1919

1936

1930

Coach: Charles Berry Season Record: 7-2 Morris Harvey ___________________ 0 St. Francis _______________________ 0 John Carroll _____________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 13 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Waynesburg ____________________ 8 Bethany _________________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0

1934

1929

1935

30

13 7 7 0 0 7 7

Coach: William Amos Season Record: 1-5-1 Clarion __________________________ 7 Washington & Jefferson _______ 19 Juniata ________________________ 12 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Slippery Rock ____________________ 6 Ithaca _________________________ 12 Thiel ____________________________ 8

7 7 6 0 6 14 6 0

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 1-7 Clarion __________________________ 6 Hiram _________________________ 13 Juniata ________________________ 13 Allegheny _______________________ 3 Slippery Rock __________________ 10 Ithaca _________________________ 33 California _______________________ 7 Thiel ____________________________ 6

6 15 0 13 0 20 6 6

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 3-3-2 Clarion __________________________ 7 Hiram _________________________ 13 Geneva _______________________ 13 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Slippery Rock __________________ 12 California _______________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 6 Thiel ____________________________ 6

0 0 7 0 0 19 0 0

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 1-6-1 Clarion __________________________ 7 Hiram _________________________ 21 Geneva _______________________ 13 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Slippery Rock __________________ 13 California _______________________ 0 Westminster __________________ 13 Thiel ____________________________ 6

6 0 0 14 7 26 27 19

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 4-4 Clarion ________________________ 13 Geneva _______________________ 19 Hiram _________________________ 13 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Slippery Rock __________________ 27 California _______________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 6 Thiel ____________________________ 0

19 7 13 0 20 0

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 3-2-1 Hiram ___________________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 14 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Thiel __________________________ 13

6 6 6 13 0 20 0

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 2-5 Hiram ___________________________ 7 Geneva _________________________ 3 Carnegie Tech ________________ 19 Allegheny _______________________ 7 Slippery Rock ____________________ 0 Westminster ____________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0

1937

1938

1939

1940

1941

1942


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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1952

1943-45 0 0 7 12 12 9 0 19

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 1-6-1 Marietta ________________________ 0 Geneva _________________________ 6 Hiram _________________________ 33 Westminster __________________ 14 Allegheny _____________________ 13 Thiel __________________________ 25 Juniata __________________________ 7 Bethany _______________________ 33

7 13 0 14 25 7 0 13

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 2-6 Marietta ________________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 26 Hiram _________________________ 13 Westminster __________________ 20 Allegheny _______________________ 6 Thiel __________________________ 28 Juniata ________________________ 22 Bethany _______________________ 19

No games during World War II

1946

6 6 14 0 7 7 20

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 2-4-1 Geneva _______________________ 30 Hiram _________________________ 20 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Slippery Rock __________________ 15 Thiel __________________________ 12 Westminster ____________________ 7 Carnegie Tech __________________ 0

13 0 25 13 20 20 24 7

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 6-2 Dickinson _____________________ 27 Geneva _______________________ 26 Hiram ___________________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 7 Slippery Rock ____________________ 6 Thiel ____________________________ 3 Westminster ____________________ 0 Carnegie Tech __________________ 0

1947

1948

1949 25 7 27 32 6 13 33 13

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 7-1 Dickinson _______________________ 6 Geneva _______________________ 13 Hiram ___________________________ 6 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Juniata __________________________ 6 Westminster __________________ 20 Carnegie Tech ________________ 12

0 0 6 0 0 0 6 14

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 1-7 Dickinson _____________________ 25 Geneva _______________________ 33 Hiram _________________________ 25 Westminster __________________ 19 Allegheny _____________________ 31 Thiel __________________________ 58 Juniata ________________________ 19 Bethany _________________________ 0

1950

1951 0 18 13 20 0 7 12

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 1-6 Geneva _______________________ Hiram _________________________ Westminster __________________ Allegheny _____________________ Thiel __________________________ Juniata ________________________ Bethany _______________________

19 20 27 18 14 13 33

7 6 0 7 12 18 12 0

Coach: Jim Curry Season Record: 2-6 Washington & Jefferson _________ 0 Hiram _________________________ 19 Westminster __________________ 34 Allegheny _____________________ 13 Thiel __________________________ 19 Edinboro ________________________ 0 Bethany _______________________ 32 Juniata ________________________ 47

6 7 6 9 14 24 8 9 43

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 2-4-3 Waynesburg ____________________ 6 Clarion ________________________ 40 Westminster __________________ 19 Carnegie Tech ________________ 14 Thiel __________________________ 14 Allegheny _____________________ 24 Washington & Jefferson _________ 6 St. Vincent ____________________ 14 Hiram _________________________ 21

6 0 21 26 0 31 0 26 22

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 5-4 Frederick ______________________ 20 Clarion ________________________ 20 Westminster __________________ 13 Carnegie Tech ________________ 13 Delaware Valley ________________ 6 Alfred _________________________ 14 Allegheny _____________________ 26 Washington & Jefferson _________ 0 Hiram ___________________________ 8

0 12 7 62 8 12 35 13 14

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 6-3 Edinboro ________________________ 7 Clarion __________________________ 7 Westminster ____________________ 8 Carnegie Tech __________________ 0 Delaware Valley ________________ 7 Alfred ___________________________ 7 Geneva _________________________ 7 Frostburg _______________________ 0 Hiram _________________________ 40

7 0 13 36 41 6 20 47

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 4-4 Edinboro ______________________ 27 Clarion ________________________ 24 Westminster __________________ 32 Brockport _______________________ 7 Carnegie Tech ________________ 26 Geneva _______________________ 19 Frostburg St. ____________________ 0 Hiram _________________________ 12

0

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 4-5 Albright _______________________ 24

1961

1955

1962

1956

12 0 7 19 7 0 0 34

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 0-8 Washington & Jefferson _______ Westminster __________________ Hiram _________________________ Allegheny _____________________ Thiel __________________________ Juniata ________________________ Edinboro ______________________ Bethany _______________________

12 0 7 14 14 0 13 13

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 5-3 Washington & Jefferson _________ 6 Clarion ________________________ 14 Edinboro ________________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Wagner _______________________ 13 Akron _________________________ 40 Bethany _______________________ 37 Hiram ___________________________ 7

15

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 5-2 Washington & Jefferson _______ 14

21 60 31 25 59 48 55 40

1963

1957

1958

1964

31

6 6 19 32 7 17 0 13

Clarion ________________________ 36 Westminster __________________ 20 Brockport _______________________ 6 Carnegie Tech ________________ 13 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 33 Waynesburg __________________ 53 Hiram _________________________ 10

13 16 0 20 28 8 21 13 23

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 4-4-1 Ohio Wesleyan ________________ 17 Lycoming _____________________ 12 Westminster ____________________ 7 Delaware Valley ________________ 6 Carnegie Tech __________________ 0 Thiel __________________________ 13 Geneva _________________________ 6 Waynesburg __________________ 13 Hiram _________________________ 24

27 20 28 52 21 41 8 38 34

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 8-0-1 Lycoming _______________________ 8 Brockport _______________________ 0 Washington & Jefferson _______ 10 Carnegie Tech ________________ 35 Westminster __________________ 21 Geneva _________________________ 6 Delaware Valley ________________ 6 Hiram ___________________________ 6 Thiel ____________________________ 0

15 34 31 30 13 35 28 43 6

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 6-3 Heidelberg ____________________ 16 Brockport _______________________ 6 Washington & Jefferson _______ 16 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 12 Westminster __________________ 28 Geneva _________________________ 7 Hobart __________________________ 6 Adrian __________________________ 6 Thiel ____________________________ 8

20 13 14 10 7 42 32 13 10

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 7-2 Brockport _____________________ 12 Adrian __________________________ 8 Adelbert ______________________ 11 Carnegie Mellon ________________ 6 Thiel __________________________ 13 Geneva _________________________ 0 Hobart ________________________ 27 West Virginia St. ______________ 15 Bethany _________________________ 7

28 27 7 7 0 41 7 15

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 3-4-1 Brockport _____________________ 14 Case Western ___________________ 6 Wittenburg ____________________ 24 Thiel __________________________ 20 Geneva _________________________ 0 Millersville ____________________ 14 Ohio Northern __________________ 9 Bethany _______________________ 23

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

ALL-TIME RESULTS

6 16 40 13 33 12 9 0

Coach: Jim Loveless Season Record: 5-2-1 Dickinson _______________________ 6 Geneva _________________________ 7 Hiram ___________________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Slippery Rock __________________ 20 Westminster ____________________ 7 Carnegie Tech __________________ 7

0 14 27 14 6 0 14 23 25

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 3-5-1 Waynesburg ____________________ 0 Clarion ________________________ 24 Marietta ________________________ 6 Westminster __________________ 24 Carnegie Tech ________________ 27 Allegheny _____________________ 14 Lebanon Valley _______________ 20 Bethany _________________________ 6 Hiram ___________________________ 6

1960

1954

0 7 12 6 25 0 20 0

Edinboro ______________________ 19 Allegheny _____________________ 16 Susquehanna _________________ 12 Clarion ________________________ 27 Bethany _______________________ 24 Hiram ___________________________ 2

1959

1953

Coach: Al Pesek Season Record: 2-6 Indiana _______________________ 26 Geneva _______________________ 16 Hiram ___________________________ 0 Westminster __________________ 48 Allegheny _____________________ 19 Thiel __________________________ 26 Juniata ________________________ 29 Bethany _______________________ 27

14 28 14 14 26 14


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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1970 10 18 20 14 6 27 14 30 7

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 5-3-1 Susquehanna _________________ 35 Mount Union __________________ 21 Brockport _______________________ 3 Juniata ________________________ 14 Bethany _________________________ 7 Geneva _________________________ 8 Ithaca ___________________________ 3 Bridgewater _____________________ 8 Thiel ____________________________ 0

1971 7 14 7 21 12 7 7 28 6

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 2-6-1 Susquehanna _________________ 23 Mount Union __________________ 21 Brockport _____________________ 27 Thiel __________________________ 14 Delaware Valley ______________ 28 Geneva _______________________ 42 Ithaca _________________________ 27 Bridgewater _____________________ 6 Bethany _________________________ 6

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1972 14 0 6 0 12 14 6 9

Coach: R. Jack Behringer Season Record: 0-8 Susquehanna _________________ Mount Union __________________ Ohio Wesleyan ________________ Thiel __________________________ John Carroll ___________________ Geneva _______________________ Juniata ________________________ Bethany _______________________

29 25 41 21 28 41 55 21

1973 13 12 0 12 6 8 13 7 6

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 2-6-1 Susquehanna _________________ 24 Mount Union __________________ 35 Ohio Wesleyan ________________ 10 Thiel __________________________ 23 John Carroll ___________________ 41 Geneva _________________________ 7 Kenyon _________________________ 0 Bethany _________________________ 7 Ursinus _______________________ 17

1974 14 14 6 27 7 22 7 6 10

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 5-3-1 Susquehanna _________________ 14 Delaware Valley ________________ 0 Ohio Wesleyan ________________ 17 Thiel __________________________ 13 Allegheny _____________________ 33 Geneva _______________________ 15 Kenyon _________________________ 6 Bethany _______________________ 21 Ursinus _________________________ 0

1975 14 21 7 8 10 34

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 5-4 Susquehanna ___________________ 7 Delaware Valley ________________ 6 Ohio Wesleyan ________________ 10 Thiel __________________________ 22 Allegheny _____________________ 15 Geneva _________________________ 0

14 35 0

Kenyon _________________________ 6 Bethany _________________________ 0 Wilmington ___________________ 30

1976 13 21 7 0 17 6 35 29 7

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 6-3 Bethany _________________________ 3 Thiel ____________________________ 7 Mount Union __________________ 28 Westminster __________________ 27 Geneva _________________________ 8 Kenyon _______________________ 10 Frostburg St. ____________________ 0 Wash. and Jeff. ________________ 12 Waynesburg ____________________ 3

20 12 13 14 0 17 10 24 19 13

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 6-4 Bethany _______________________ 14 Adrian ________________________ 21 Thiel ____________________________ 7 Mount Union __________________ 19 Westminster __________________ 28 Geneva _________________________ 0 Kenyon _________________________ 8 Frostburg St. ____________________ 7 Washington & Jefferson _________ 3 Waynesburg __________________ 24

21 21 38 7 0 34 28 0 10

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 4-4-1 Thiel ____________________________ 7 Adrian ________________________ 10 Mount Union __________________ 38 Westminster __________________ 42 Geneva _______________________ 13 Kenyon _______________________ 21 Oberlin _________________________ 0 Waynesburg __________________ 27 Washington & Jefferson _______ 19

6 13 14 12 26 0 11 3 28

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 3-6 Thiel __________________________ 10 Adrian ________________________ 14 Mount Union __________________ 30 Westminster ____________________ 7 Geneva _______________________ 25 Kenyon _______________________ 10 Oberlin _______________________ 14 Waynesburg __________________ 42 Washington & Jefferson _________ 0

0 2 17 0 16 13 7 0 16

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 4-5 Bethany _______________________ 13 Buffalo __________________________ 3 Duquesne _____________________ 16 Westminster __________________ 24 Oberlin _______________________ 14 Geneva _______________________ 27 Frostburg St. ____________________ 0 Waynesburg __________________ 48 Hiram _________________________ 14

0

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 2-7 Bethany _______________________ 10

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

32

6 10 0 10 7 0 17 0

Buffalo ________________________ 42 Duquesne _______________________ 6 Westminster __________________ 48 Oberlin _______________________ 13 Geneva _______________________ 45 Frostburg St. __________________ 29 Waynesburg __________________ 14 Hiram _________________________ 14

7 35 14 0 28 0 31 13 10

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 2-7 Duquesne _____________________ 18 Thiel ____________________________ 7 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 35 Westminster __________________ 34 Oberlin _________________________ 8 Geneva _______________________ 14 Frostburg St. __________________ 35 Waynesburg __________________ 35 Buffalo St. _____________________ 11

7 0 21 3 26 0 6 9 3

Coach: Joe Kopnisky Season Record: 3-6 Thiel ____________________________ 3 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 24 Duquesne _____________________ 19 Westminster __________________ 24 Oberlin _______________________ 24 Geneva _______________________ 10 Frostburg St. __________________ 28 Waynesburg __________________ 14 Buffalo St. _______________________ 6

10 7 7 6 17 15 0 7 6

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 3-6 Duquesne _______________________ 7 Hiram ___________________________ 6 Thiel ____________________________ 9 Bethany _______________________ 31 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 35 John Carroll ___________________ 14 Waynesburg __________________ 30 Washington & Jefferson _______ 37 Allegheny _______________________ 9

9 10 25 19 3 3 13 3 7

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 4-5 Duquesne _______________________ 3 Hiram _________________________ 14 Thiel __________________________ 18 Bethany _______________________ 16 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 38 John Carroll _____________________ 7 Waynesburg ____________________ 7 Washington & Jefferson _________ 7 Allegheny _____________________ 12

14 6 14 18 21 28 25 23 23

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 5-4 Duquesne _____________________ 24 Mercyhurst ____________________ 21 Washington & Jefferson _______ 47 Hiram _________________________ 27 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Bethany _______________________ 20 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 22 John Carroll _____________________ 0 Allegheny _______________________ 0

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987 20 3 10 12 31 42 22 8 7

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 3-6 Duquesne _______________________ 0 Mercyhurst ____________________ 34 Washington & Jefferson _______ 42 Hiram _________________________ 22 Thiel __________________________ 14 Bethany _________________________ 6 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 33 John Carroll ___________________ 30 Allegheny _____________________ 27

20 10 19 9 21 28 21 21 3

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 4-4-1 Duquesne _______________________ 9 Mercyhurst ____________________ 30 Wooster ______________________ 14 Washington & Jefferson _______ 35 Hiram _________________________ 26 Thiel __________________________ 21 Bethany _______________________ 32 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 21 John Carroll _____________________ 2

7 7 7 7 14 18 14 7 14

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 2-6-1 Duquesne _____________________ 14 Mercyhurst ____________________ 31 Wooster ______________________ 14 Washington & Jefferson _______ 49 Hiram _________________________ 14 Thiel __________________________ 35 Bethany _________________________ 6 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 35 Waynesburg ____________________ 9

7 7 0 0 21 10 21 7 14

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 1-8 Duquesne _____________________ 12 Gannon _________________________ 9 Frostburg St. __________________ 41 Washington & Jefferson _______ 56 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 49 Thiel ____________________________ 0 Bethany _______________________ 35 Waynesburg __________________ 24 Buffalo St. _____________________ 29

37 31 12 19 3 14 12 26 26

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 3-6 Frostburg State _______________ Duquesne _____________________ Waynesburg __________________ Gannon _______________________ Washington & Jefferson _______ Carnegie Mellon ______________ Thiel __________________________ Bethany _______________________ Buffalo St. _____________________

26 23 35 58 41 13 14 20 34

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 5-4 Duquesne _____________________ 27 Waynesburg ____________________ 3 Bluffton _______________________ 10 Bethany _________________________ 8 Thiel ____________________________ 6 Washington & Jefferson _______ 34 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 35 Gannon _______________________ 33 Oberlin _________________________ 0

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

32 27 20 31 38 43 21 21 28


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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1993

21 31 15 7 40 34 22 20 7

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 4-5 Kenyon _________________________ 7 Bluffton _________________________ 7 Washington & Jefferson _______ 48 Waynesburg __________________ 34 Bethany _________________________ 7 Thiel ____________________________ 6 Mercyhurst ____________________ 34 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 55 Brockport _____________________ 48

31 27 0 7 25 6 16 27 16 7

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 2-8 Kenyon _______________________ 16 Bluffton _______________________ 40 Washington & Jefferson _______ 48 Waynesburg __________________ 36 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 30 Bethany _______________________ 13 Thiel __________________________ 14 Mercyhurst ____________________ 38 Walsh _________________________ 21 Brockport _______________________ 8

1994

1995

1996 Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 2-8 0 Kenyon _______________________ 13 6 Wooster^^ _____________________ 7 23 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 26 39 Thiel ____________________________ 6 2 Washington & Jefferson _______ 29 7 Waynesburg __________________ 32 21 Bluffton _______________________ 13 13 Bethany _______________________ 17 0 Denison _______________________ 10 27 Alfred _________________________ 38 ^-overtime

1997

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 9-2 37 Kenyon _______________________ 30 3 Wooster ______________________ 10 26 Carnegie Mellon ________________ 7 32 Thiel ____________________________ 9 31 Washington & Jefferson _______ 28 42 Waynesburg __________________ 30 71 Bluffton _______________________ 21 35 Bethany _______________________ 21 56 Alfred _________________________ 35 41 Denison _______________________ 29 12 Kings Point* ___________________ 25 *ECAC Southwest Championship

1998 17 15 40

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 5-5 Wooster ______________________ 26 Ohio Wesleyan ________________ 25 Bluffton _________________________ 0

1999

54 16 13 3 63 9 14 14 0 6

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 3-7 Manchester ___________________ 14 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 14 Wooster ______________________ 28 Muhlenberg ___________________ 27 Bethany _________________________ 6 Thiel __________________________ 24 Washington & Jefferson _______ 56 Waynesburg __________________ 51 Alfred _________________________ 16 Westminster ____________________ 9

2009 Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 5-4 47 Dickinson _____________________ 40 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 35 Bethany _______________________ 10 Washington & Jefferson _______ 41 Saint Vincent _________________ 17 Geneva* ______________________ 7 Thomas More _________________ 35 Waynesburg __________________ 38 Westminster __________________ 31 Thiel^^ _______________________ *-game vacated after the season ^-overtime

21 16 7 16 21 0 14 7 7 13

2000

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 3-7 Manchester ___________________ 24 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 20 Thomas More _________________ 15 Muhlenberg _____________________ 6 Bethany _______________________ 12 Thiel __________________________ 30 Washington & Jefferson _______ 37 Waynesburg ____________________ 6 Alfred _________________________ 27 Westminster __________________ 14

21 17 31 16 9 13 17 14 21 35

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 5-5 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 28 Lebanon Valley _______________ 14 Westminster __________________ 16 Waynesburg __________________ 42 Thomas More _________________ 31 Geneva _________________________ 7 Saint Vincent _________________ 42 Washington & Jefferson _______ 21 Bethany _________________________ 7 Thiel __________________________ 21

19 7 20 26 7 7 21 24 14 35

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 3-7 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 21 Lebanon Valley _______________ 27 Westminster __________________ 25 Waynesburg __________________ 32 Thomas More _________________ 37 Geneva _______________________ 23 Saint Vincent _________________ 16 Washington & Jefferson _______ 21 Bethany _______________________ 33 Thiel ____________________________ 3

20 47 17 44 23 14 0 26 27 21

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 6-4 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 23 Anderson (Ind.) _______________ 10 Washington & Jefferson _______ 24 Bethany _______________________ 40 Westminster __________________ 21 Waynesburg __________________ 21 Thomas More _________________ 27 Geneva _________________________ 8 Saint Vincent _________________ 10 Thiel ____________________________ 7

2011

2006 0 20 18 21 28 0 18 21 40 14

2001

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 2-8 Dickinson _____________________ 23 Kenyon _________________________ 6 Thiel __________________________ 40 Washington & Jefferson _______ 31 Waynesburg __________________ 21 Westminster __________________ 16 Bethany _________________________ 0 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 17 Alfred ________________________ 16 Wooster ________________________ 6

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 3-7 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 28 Thomas More _________________ 21 Waynesburg __________________ 29 Westminster __________________ 20 Bethany _______________________ 34 Thiel __________________________ 20 Washington & Jefferson _______ 52 Rochester _____________________ 38 Case Western Reserve ________ 33 Kings Point ______________________ 6

2012

2007

2002

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 3-7 30 Hiram ___________________________ 7 6 Carnegie Mellon^ _______________ 9 14 Defiance ______________________ 37 28 Bethany _______________________ 20 3 Thiel __________________________ 23 7 Washington & Jefferson _______ 34 24 Waynesburg __________________ 30 7 Westminster __________________ 19 12 Alfred ___________________________ 7 17 Kings Point ____________________ 35 ^-overtime

13 6 23 23 7 36 14 14 44 12

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 4-6 Dickinson _____________________ 17 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 16 Thomas More _________________ 16 Waynesburg __________________ 27 Westminster __________________ 14 Bethany _______________________ 15 Thiel __________________________ 13 Washington & Jefferson _______ 49 Saint Vincent ___________________ 0 Geneva _______________________ 13

7 19 41 21 27 38 14 23 21 20

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 6-4 Dickinson _____________________ Carnegie Mellon ______________ Bethany _______________________ Washington & Jefferson _______ Saint Vincent _________________ Geneva _______________________ Thomas More _________________ Waynesburg __________________ Westminster __________________ Thiel __________________________

2008

2003 Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 5-5 Hiram _________________________ 20 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 35 Defiance ______________________ 14 Bethany _________________________ 3 Thiel __________________________ 15 Washington & Jefferson _______ 36 Waynesburg __________________ 45 Westminster __________________ 49

33

34 10 35 49 12 13 35 19 24 14

52 45 14 28 20 34 17 24 31 24

2010

2005

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 6-4 9 Dickinson _____________________ 13 27 Kenyon^ ______________________ 21 7 Wooster ______________________ 27 27 Thiel ____________________________ 7 17 Washington & Jefferson _______ 38 32 Waynesburg^^^^ ____________ 29 0 Westminster __________________ 23 20 Bethany^ _____________________ 14 14 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 10 39 Alfred ________________________ 17 ^-overtime

68 21 9 17 16 28 10 20

Alfred _________________________ 21 Kings Point ____________________ 14

2004

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 6-4 28 Wooster ______________________ 31 9 Ohio Wesleyan ________________ 14 22 Bluffton _______________________ 30 24 Bethany _________________________ 3 56 Thiel ____________________________ 0 10 Washington & Jefferson _______ 33 28 Waynesburg __________________ 24 45 Kenyon _______________________ 26 28 Alfred _________________________ 14 31 Muhlenberg^ _________________ 24 ^-overtime

14 41 27 0 10 7 9 14 10 0

28 29

ALL-TIME RESULTS

35 28 24 23 14 0 7 3 35

Coach: Chris Smith Season Record: 5-4 Hiram _________________________ 14 Waynesburg __________________ 22 Bluffton _______________________ 13 Bethany _______________________ 19 Thiel __________________________ 20 Washington & Jefferson _______ 56 Carnegie Mellon ______________ 48 Gannon _________________________ 9 Oberlin _________________________ 7

37 Bethany _______________________ 20 55 Thiel ____________________________ 0 31 Washington & Jefferson _________ 7 26 Waynesburg __________________ 33 40 Kenyon _________________________ 3 26 Alfred _________________________ 35 31 Muhlenberg^ _________________ 34 ^-overtime


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS

SEASON LEADERS

RUSHING Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958

Name Shane Kaclik Blaine Miller Blaine Miller Andrew DiDonato Brian Mercer Brian Mercer Matt Weil Matt Weil Brandon McGlothlin Brandon McGlothlin Steve Roberts Steve Roberts R.J. Bowers R.J. Bowers R.J. Bowers Doug Steiner Doug Steiner Jon Scott Jason Hollenbaugh Chad Rush Mike Bown Chad Rush Kent LaMotta Kent LaMotta Kent LaMotta John Keller Kirk Fennell Norm White Mark Hutter Jim Segerdahl Jim Segerdahl Jim Segerdahl Lou Divers George Christ John Grau George Christ Dave Horton Dave Horton Bill Jordan Chuck Gaetano Chuck Gaetano Chuck Gaetano Chuck Gaetano Jack Ramsay Greg Magness Greg Magness Greg Magness Tom Shear Tom Shear Fred Yetka Darl Lochinger Darl Lochinger Darl Lochinger Tom LaMotta Tom LaMotta

PASSING Yards 1098 592 652 528 700 485 591 410 363 524 690 701 1733 2098 2283 1490 1073 486 442 404 609 392 334 398 355 323 663 392 398 547 576 445 397 447 526 443 644 424 737 658 485 570 690 637 700 334 644 641 509 477 693 408 446 829 570

Most Seasons Leading Team 4-Chuck Gaetano (1970-73) 3-R.J. Bowers (1998-2000) 3-Kent LaMotta (1988-90) 3-Darl Lochinger (1960-62) 3-Greg Magness (1966-68) 3-Jim Segerdahl (1981-83)

Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958

Name Yds Brian Pell 1361 Brian Pell 1227 Brian Pell 889 Andrew DiDonato 2466 Andrew DiDonato 1923 Andrew DiDonato 1566 Andrew DiDonato 1554 Bradford Clark 737 Bradford Clark 716 Sam Mowrey 1468 Todd Smargiasso 868 Mike Kashurba 720 Steve Lacinski 503 Steve Lacinski 390 Steve Lacinski 444 Steve Lacinski 462 Jeff Porter 475 T.J. Rockwell 1448 Doug Hamsher 1044 George Fichter 997 Tom Miles 1767 Duke Johncour 1914 Duke Johncour 670 Dave Contini 601 Jeff Cass 1375 Jeff Cass 657 Jeff Cass 744 Matt McKinley 481 Gary Lapia 916 Gary Glew 670 Gary Glew 865 Jeff Kockler 720 Gary Glew 209 Gary Peterson 1226 Gary Peterson 608 Mike Tappe 505 Greg Maxcy 528 Greg Maxcy 713 Greg Maxcy 361 Greg Maxcy 727 Bob Rafferty 478 Bob Smith 690 Gary Teter 521 Gary Teter 635 Gary Teter 733 Mike Zeigler 1091 Mike Zeigler 883 Mike Zeigler 707 Ed Pendergast 210 Todd Alexander 357 Jim Morrow 520 Jim Morrow 374 Getty George 310 Getty George 463 Ray Thompson 199

RECEPTIONS TD 13 9 4 18 10 8 13 3 6 16 6 4 1 3 1 3 2 6 8 8 15 12 1 2 7 4 5 1 6 3 5 2 0 6 3 6 3 5 1 3 2 3 6 4 9 12 15 4 0 4 6 1 5 5 3

Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958

Name Rec Anthony Ritchie 43 Anthony Ritchie 41 Blaine Miller 36 Luke O’Hara 53 Stephen Mercer 67 Ian Tobin (HB) 69 Scott Fichter 39 Scott Fichter 39 Dave DiDonato 29 Dave DiDonato 52 Jason DeMeo 15 Todd Gibson 26 Jack Gillespie (HB) 9 Garret Schmidt 8 Garret Schmidt 11 Jake Dailey 22 Garret Schmidt 19 Tom Flenner 61 Andy Sems 31 Scott Henry 46 Rick Sems 62 Rick Sems 73 Kevin Kegarise 25 Tom Karenbauer 39 Tom Karenbauer 41 Tom Karenbauer 25 Jeff Mateer 40 Jeff Mateer 51 Jeff Mateer 54 Mark Taylor 31 Mark Taylor 30 Dan Haer 18 Joe Mrochek 12 Randy Zortman 24 Steve Mersky 22 Jack Kopnisky 20 Jack Kopnisky 19 Dave Horton (HB) 14 Steve Lane (TE) 9 Mark Kosick 27 Mark Kosick 22 Al Mander 24 Jack Mackert 19 Jack Mackert 13 Greg Magness (HB) 21 Ken Wyman 20 Russ Snead 13 Tom Behr 12 Ed Houston 8 13 Ed Houston Ed Houston 12 Todd Alexander (HB) 12 Mike Schwerin 6 Ron Plano (HB) 9 Don Hayes 12

Most Seasons Leading Team 3-Ed Houston (1962-64) 3-Tom Karenbauer (1987-89) 3-Jeff Mateer (1984-86) 3-Garret Schmidt (1996, 98-99) 2-Dave DiDonato (2003-04) 2-Scott Fichter (2005-06) 2-Jack Kopnisky (1976-77) 2-Mark Kosick (1972-73) 2-Jack Mackert (1969-70) 2-Anthony Ritchie (2011-12) 2-Mark Taylor (1982-83)

Most Seasons Leading Team 4-Andrew DiDonato (2006-09) 4-Steve Lacinski (1997-2000) 4-Greg Maxcy (1973-76) 3-Jeff Cass (1986-88) 3-Gary Glew (1980, 82-83) 3-Brian Pell (2010-12) 3-Gary Teter (1968-70) 3-Mike Zeigler (1965-67)

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RECEIVING YARDS Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965

Name Anthony Ritchie Anthony Ritchie Blaine Miller Luke O’Hara Stephen Mercer Ian Tobin Scott Fichter Scott Fichter Dave DiDonato Dave DiDonato Bo Danton Todd Gibson Jack Gillespie Garret Schmidt Garret Schmidt Jake Dailey Garret Schmidt Tom Flenner Andy Sems Scott Henry Rick Sems Rick Sems Kevin Kegarise Tom Karenbauer Tom Karenbauer Tom Karenbauer Jeff Mateer Jeff Mateer Jeff Mateer Mark Taylor Mark Taylor Dan Haer Joe Mrochek Randy Zortman Steve Mersky Jack Kopnisky Jack Kopnisky Phil Yancheff Jack Kopnisky Mark Kosick Mark Kosick Al Mander Jack Mackert Jack Mackert Greg Magness Ken Wyman Russ Snead Tom Behr

Yds 488 452 438 591 668 404 443 608 365 719 316 353 137 134 233 241 274 843 483 573 1006 1023 468 528 534 394 575 621 661 416 541 321 113 342 346 409 297 172 143 370 366 281 274 166 444 396 341 268

Most Seasons Leading Team 3-Tom Karenbauer (1987-89) 3-Jack Kopnisky (1974, 76-77) 3-Jeff Mateer (1984-86) 3-Garret Schmidt (1996, 98-99) 2-Dave DiDonato (2003-04) 2-Scott Fichter (2005-06) 2-Mark Kosick (1972-73) 2-Jack Mackert (1969-70) 2-Anthony Ritchie (2011-12) 2-Rick Sems (1991-92) 2-Mark Taylor (1982-83)


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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS SCORING Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

ALL-PURPOSE Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Name Shane Kaclik Jimmy Bailey Blaine Miller Blaine Miller Brian Mercer Ian Tobin Matt Weaver Scott Fichter Ross Trimmer Dave DiDonato Steve Roberts Steve Roberts R.J. Bowers R.J. Bowers R.J. Bowers R.J. Bowers Doug Steiner Tom Flenner Scott Henry Scott Henry Rick Sems Rick Sems Rick Sems Tom Karenbauer Tom Karenbauer Tom Karenbauer Kirk Fennell Jeff Mateer Mark Hutter Jim Segerdahl Jim Segerdahl Jim Segerdahl Lou Divers Lou Divers George Christ Jack Kopnisky Dave Horton Dave Horton Bill Jordan Chuck Gaetano Denny Flora Chuck Gaetano Chuck Gaetano Greg Magness Greg Magness Brian Bancroft Russ Snead Thom Shear Thom Shear Thom Shear Darl Lochinger Todd Alexander Darl Lochinger

INTERCEPTIONS Yds 1218 1108 1090 933 909 1081 690 746 672 873 1195 1394 1979 2372 2876 2026 1094 891 569 639 1006 1026 535 534 534 394 757 621 692 706 723 860 866 921 503 509 740 554 775 755 658 720 867 953 1531 802 927 986 1007 488 693 506 448

Most Seasons Leading Team 4-R.J. Bowers (1997-2000) 3-Chuck Gaetano (1970-71, 73) 3-Tom Karenbauer (1987-89) 3-Jim Segerdahl (1981-83) 3-Rick Sems (1990-92) 3-Thom Shear (1963-65) 2-Lou Divers (1979-80) 2-Scott Henry (1993-94) 2-Dave Horton (1975-76) 2-Darl Lochinger (1960, 62) 2-Greg Magness (1968-69) 2-Steve Roberts (2001-02)

Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965

Name Int Joe Diani 5 Joe Diani 3 Kurt Devlin 3 Chris Korn 3 Randy Santina 4 Zach Fulmer 5 Mike Baker 5 C. Schwamberger 5 Ross Trimmer 2 Shane Coughlin 2 Ross Trimmer 4 Gene Iannuzzi 4 Dan Roseum 3 Gene Iannuzzi 5 Greg Grupp 4 Mike Volchko 5 Brock McCullough 5 Mike Kashurba 6 John Neumann 3 Tony Kunczewski 3 Kevin Forney 5 John Neumann 5 Rich Shields 3 Ryan Neal 2 Bryan Kozinski 2 John Dickun 3 Chris White 3 John Morrison 5 John Morrison 5 Tony Colangelo 3 Tony Colangelo 5 Tony Colangelo 8 Tim Saxton 5 Keith Jones 3 Keith Jones 4 Joe Joseph 4 Bill Sopchak 3 John Roth 5 Tim Sullivan 2 Tim Sullivan 2 Steve Mersky 3 Steve Mersky 2 Steve Grejda 5 Bob King 5 Bob King 4 Greg Pierce 7 Jeff Bell 3 Todd Powless 3 Bob Hoyland 4 Bob Hoyland 6 Pat Dillon 3 Dan Cardone 3 Chris Smith 6 Bob Penar 6 Chris Smith 5 Chris Smith 4 Dave Cashdollar 4 Jim Keefer 4 Chris Smith 7 Brent Boore 7 Larry Sawyer 5 Bill Ammon 4

Most Seasons Leading Team 4-Chris Smith (1968-71) 3-Tony Colangelo (1988-90)

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TACKLES Yds 65 29 7 17 39 60 -2 38 57 6 137 64 23 62 37 31 114 99 20 10 16 -1 41 25 10 31 10 15 0 11 32 100 15 21 71 39 1 94 16 6 12 43 50 37 29 71 39 19 3 33 25 8 85 28 30 92 20 8 77 6 113 25

Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Name Jason Ferguson Chris Gibbs Mark Rossol Jason Ferguson Adam Eichler Adam Eichler Bill Waugh Aaron Margo Mike Choby Mike Choby Mike Choby Adam Corbett Adam Corbett Tony Kunczewski Casey Creehan Casey Creehan Rich Mokros Rich Shields Scott Fraser Scott Fraser

Tack 84 79 69 105 104 92 103 96 105 92 95 102 119 101 126 92 71 84 120 110

Most Seasons Leading Team 3-Mike Choby (2002-04) 2-Adam Corbett (2000-01) 2-Casey Creehan (1997-98) 2-Adam Eichler (2007-08) 2-Jason Ferguson (2009, 12) 2-Scott Fraser (1993-94)

SACKS Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Name Ryan Althausen Marc Shamley Ryan Althausen Zack Patterson Marc Shamley Jason Ferguson Marc Shamley Kevin Twarek Justin Fowler Bill Waugh Steve Weary Steve Weary Mike Choby Kyle Vuchak Jonathan Forbes Jonathan Forbes Burt Romanoff Mark Furgeson Burt Romanoff Ed Fox Doug DeWoody Steve Adams Chris Peterson

Sack 4 4 5.5 5.5 4.5 3.5 5 5 5.5 4 6 4 9.5 3 8 8 5 15 7 4 3 4 3

Most Seasons Leading Team 2-Ryan Althausen (2011-12) 2-Jonathan Forbes (2000-01) 2-Burt Romanoff (1997, 99) 2-Marc Shamley (2010, 12) 2-Steve Weary (2004-05)

SEASON LEADERS

Name Pts Shane Kaclik (TB) 90 Blaine Miller (TB) 86 Blaine Miller (TB) 66 Blaine Miller (TB) 66 Brian Mercer (TB) 84 Brian Mercer (TB) 42 A. DiDonato (QB) 42 Ken Roudybush (FB) 30 Bran. McGlothlin (FB) 36 Dave DiDonato (SE) 62 Steve Roberts (FB) 60 Mike Orlando (FB) 44 R.J. Bowers (FB) 116 R.J. Bowers (FB) 154 R.J. Bowers (FB) 206 Doug Steiner (FB) 174 Doug Steiner (FB) 54 J. Hollenbaugh (FB) 42 Doug Hamsher (QB) 42 Scott Henry (FL) 42 1993 Brian Wolfe (K) 31 1992 Mike Bown (FB) 60 1991 Rick Sems (FL) 44 1990 Kent LaMotta (TB) 24 1989 Greg Scott (FB) 18 1988 Craig Thompson (TB) 42 1987 Doug Hart (K) 45 1986 Kirk Fennell (TB) 50 1985 Doug Hart (K) 42 1984 Jeff Mateer (SE) 14 1983 Bill Sopchak (K) 19 1982 Jim Segerdahl (HB) 36 1981 Lou DeFabio (K) 20 1980 Lou Divers (HB) 12 Gary Glew (QB) 12 Craig Steen (FB) 12 1979 Gary Peterson (QB) 24 1978 George Christ (FB) 44 1977 Jack Kopnisky (SE) 30 1976 Dave Horton (HB) 30 1975 Dave Horton (HB) 36 1974 Denny Flora (HB) 26 1973 Chuck Gaetano (FB) 18 Mark Kosick (E) 18 Greg Maxcy (QB) 18 1972 Denny Flora (HB) 20 1971 George Abel (HB) 30 1970 Steve Oliver (HB) 42 1969 Jack Ramsay (FB) 36 1968 Greg Magness (HB) 96 1967 Bob Werner (HB) 48 1966 Russ Snead (HB) 48 1965 Thom Shear (HB) 30 1964 Thom Shear (HB) 30 1963 Thom Shear (HB) 36 1962 Todd Alexander (QB) 24 Ed Houston (E) 24 Darl Lochinger (HB) 24 1961 Todd Alexander (QB) 24 Youngo (HB) 24 1960 Norm Wilmans (HB) 28 1959 Tom LaMotta (FB) 62 1958 Tom LaMotta (FB) 44 Most Seasons Leading Team 3-Blaine Miller (2009-11) 3-R.J. Bowers (1998-2000) 3-Thom Shear (1963-65)


GROVE CITY COLLEGE

ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

Todd Alexander Halfback/Defensive Back 1960-1963

Jack Behringer Head Football Coach 1957-1972

R.J. Bowers Fullback 1997-2000

Bob Casalandra Defensive Tackle 1957-1960

Jeff Cass Quarterback 1985-1988

Tom LaMotta Fullback 1956-1959

Jim McElhaney Defensive End 1982-1983

Ron Plano Halfback/Kicker/Punter 1956-1959

Charles Purdue Defensive Tackle 1966-1969

Wayne Sedlak Defensive Back 1971-1974

Thomas Shear Halfback 1962-1965

Don Shockey Defensive Back/Kick Returner 1959-1962

Jerry Smoyer Halfback/Defensive Back 1958-1961

Doug Steiner Fullback 1994-1997

Robert E. Thorn Quarterback 1912-1915 Athletic Director 1920-1957

Mike Zeigler Quarterback 1964-1967

ATHLETIC HALL

OF

FAME

Sixteen men associated with Grove City football have been inducted into the College’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

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FOOTBALL 2013

RECORD BOOK RUSHING Game:

Most Yards 305, R.J. Bowers, vs. Kenyon, 1999

Game:

Most Touchdowns 6, Greg Magness, vs. Geneva, 1968 6, R.J. Bowers, vs. Thiel, 1998 6, R.J. Bowers, vs. Kenyon, 1999

Season: 2,283, R.J. Bowers, 1998 2,098, R.J. Bowers, 1999

Season:

34, R.J. Bowers, 1998 29, Doug Steiner, 1997

Career: 7,353, R.J. Bowers, 1997-2000 2,726, Doug Steiner, 1994-97

Career:

91, R.J. Bowers, 1997-2000 40, Doug Steiner, 1994-97

300-Yard Performances 305, R.J. Bowers, at Kenyon, 1999 304, R.J. Bowers, vs. Thiel, 1998 301, R.J. Bowers, vs. Thiel, 2000

226, 225, 224, 228, 207, 205,

200-Yard Performances R.J. Bowers, at Bethany, 1998 R.J. Bowers, at Wash. & Jeff., 1998 R.J. Bowers, at Alfred, 1999 R.J. Bowers, at Thiel, 1999 R.J. Bowers, at Waynesburg, 2000 R.J. Bowers, vs. Bluffton, 1998 R.J. Bowers, vs. Kenyon, 1998 Doug Steiner, vs. Thiel, 1996 R.J. Bowers, vs. Bethany, 1999 R.J. Bowers, vs. Bluffton, 1997 R.J. Bowers, vs. Wooster, 1999 Doug Steiner, at Alfred, 1997 R.J. Bowers, at Waynesburg, 1998 Clayton Hall, vs. CMU, 2010 R.J. Bowers, vs. Alfred, 2000 Blaine Miller vs. Thiel, 2010 Doug Steiner, at Denison, 1997 R.J. Bowers, vs. Alfred, 1998 Doug Steiner, at Kenyon, 1997 Steve Roberts, vs. Bethany, 2001

Game:

Most Carries 47, R.J. Bowers, vs. Waynesburg, 2000 43, R.J. Bowers, vs. Alfred, 1998

Season: 352, R.J. Bowers, 2000 Career: 1,188, R.J. Bowers, 1997-2000

Three Players Rushing For 100 Yards In One Game R.J. Bowers (270), Mike Orlando (119) and Jeremy Moore (103), at Thiel, 1999 Rushing Yards By a Quarterback Season: 531, Mike Zeigler, 1965 Career: 1,395, Andrew DiDonato, 2006-09

PASSING Game:

Season:

2,466, Andrew DiDonato, 2009 1,923, Andrew DiDonato, 2008 1,914, Duke Johncour, 1991

Career:

7,509, Andrew DiDonato, 2006-08 3,477, Brian Pell, 20103,006, Jeff Cass, 1985-88

382, 365, 306, 305, 304, 301,

300-Yard Performances Andrew DiDonato, at CMU, 2009 Andrew DiDonato, Westminster, 2009 T.J. Rockwell, at Mercyhurst, 1995 Brian Pell, vs. Wash. & Jeff., 2011 Sam Mowrey, vs. Wash. & Jeff., 2003 Duke Johncour, vs. CMU, 1991

291, 290, 279, 278, 273, 268, 267, 259, 258, 252,

250-Yard Performances Andrew DiDonato, Dickinson, 2009 Duke Johncour, at Gannon, 1991 Andrew DiDonato, at Thiel, 2009 Andrew DiDonato, Thiel, 2008 Andrew DiDonato, at W&J, 2008 Andrew DiDonato, Rochester, 2006 George Fichter, Bethany, 1993 T.J. Rockwell, at Bluffton, 1995 Tom Miles, at Bethany, 1992 Andrew DiDonato, Dickinson, 2007

Game:

R.J. Bowers ran for 7,353 yards at Grove City from 1997-2000. He is college football’s firstever 7,000-yard rusher.

Most Yards 382, Andrew DiDonato, CMU, 2009 365, A. DiDonato, Westminster, 2009 306, T.J. Rockwell, Mercyhurst, 1995

32, 32, 31, 31,

Most Completions Andrew DiDonato, Dickinson, 2009 Andrew DiDonato, at Thiel, 2009 Andrew DiDonato, W&J, 2008 Andrew DiDonato, at CMU, 2009

Season:

240, Andrew DiDonato, 2009 192, Andrew DiDonato, 2008 167, Andrew DiDonato, 2007

Career:

750, Andrew DiDonato, 2006-09 324, Brian Pell, 2010257, Jeff Cass, 1985-88

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Quarterback Andrew DiDonato is Grove City’s all-time leading passer with 7,509 career yards. Most Attempts Andrew DiDonato, W&J, 2008 Andrew DiDonato, W&J, 2009 Andrew DiDonato, Rochester, 2006 Andrew DiDonato, at CMU, 2009

Game:

56, 54, 47, 47,

Season:

368, Andrew DiDonato, 2009 318, Andrew DiDonato, 2008 299, Andrew DiDonato, 2007

Career:

1,260, Andrew DiDonato, 2006-09 568, Brian Pell, 2010544, Jeff Cass, 1985-88

Game: Season:

Touchdowns 5, Andrew DiDonato, at CMU, 2009 18, Andrew DiDonato, 2009 16, Sam Mowrey, 2003 15, Mike Zeigler, 1966 15, Tom Miles, 1992

Career: 49, Andrew DiDonato, 2006-09 32, Mike Zeigler, 1964-67 26, Brian Pell, 2010Game: Season: Career:

Completion Percentage 93.3, Tom Miles, at Bethany, 1992, (14 of 15) 65.2, Andrew DiDonato, 2009 (240 of 368) 59.5, Andrew DiDonato, 2006-08 (750 of 1260)

Lowest Interception Percentage Season: 2.2, A. DiDonato, 2008 (7 in 318 att) Career: 3.0, Andrew DiDonato (38 in 1,260 att)

RECORD BOOK

292, 288, 287, 270, 266, 264, 262, 257, 253, 243, 238, 228, 228,

Two Players Rushing For 1,000 Yards In One Year Doug Steiner (1,490) and R.J. Bowers (1,239), 1997


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RECORD BOOK SCORING Game: Season: Career: Game: Season: Career: Game: Season: Career: Game: Season:

RECORD BOOK

Career:

Game: Season: Career:

Touchdowns 6, Greg Magness, vs. Geneva, 1968 6, R.J. Bowers, vs. Thiel, 1998 6, R.J. Bowers, vs. Kenyon, 1999 34, R.J. Bowers, 1998 29, Doug Steiner, 1997 92, R.J. Bowers, 1997-2000 Field Goals Made 4, Doug Hart, vs. Bethany, 1985 12, Doug Hart, 1985 11, Doug Hart, 1987 40, Doug Hart, 1985-1988 Field Goals Attempted 4, numerous times 20, Doug Hart, 1985 18, Doug Hart, 1988 71, Doug Hart, 1985-88 Extra Points 8, Ben Shreve, vs. Thiel, 1999 35, Craig Bicehouse, 2009 30, Ben Shreve, 1999 85, Ben Shreve, 1997-2000 72, Craig Bicehouse 2008-10 Extra Points Attempted 8, Ben Shreve, vs. Thiel, 1998 8, Ben Shreve, vs. Thiel, 1999 38, Craig Bicehouse, 2009 107, Ben Shreve, 1997-2000 76, Craig Bicehouse, 2008-10

Career:

Game:

Season:

Career:

2,550, Rick Sems, 1989-92 1,857, Jeff Mateer, 1983-86 1,567, Andy Sems, 1991-94 3, 3, 3, 3,

Receiving Touchdowns Rick Sems, Duquesne, 1991 Andy Sems, Bethany, 1992 Scott Henry, Bethany, 1993 Luke O’Hara, Westminster, 2009

10, Dave DiDonato, 2003 8, Anthony Ritchie, 2012 7, Three Tied 17, Rick Sems, 1989-92 14, Dave DiDonato, 2001-04 12, Andy Sems, 1991-94

LONGEST PLAYS

Season:

Kickoff Return 93, Ross Trimmer, vs. Wash. & Jeff., 2004 88, Greg Magness, at Hobart, 1968

Game:

Sacks 4, Mark Furgeson, at Muhlenberg, 1998

Game:

Tackles For Loss 6, Mark Furgeson, at OWU, 1998

Punt Return 88, Jimmy Bailey, vs. Westminster, 2011 83, Stephen Mercer, vs. Geneva, 2008

Season:

21, Jonathan Forbes, 2001 20, Mike Choby, 2003 18, Mark Furgeson, 1997

Fumble Return 87, Tim Yoho, vs. Geneva, 1977

Career:

52.5, Mike Choby, 2001-04 37, Jonathan Forbes, 1998-2001 35, Mark Furgeson, 1995-98

Game:

8, 7, 7, 7,

Career:

22, Chris Smith, 1968-71 16, Tony Colangelo, 1987-90 14, Brent Boore, 1966-69

Season:

Career:

174, Rick Sems, 1989-92 146, Jeff Mateer, 1983-86 114, Stephen Mercer, 2005-08

Game:

Stephen Mercer owns the school record for single-game receptions with 15. His 83-yard punt return against Geneva in 2008 is the second-longest in program history.

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Interceptions 3, Numerous (Most Recent: Kurt Devlin vs. Saint Vincent, 2011)

Season:

Punt 72, Marty Gargano, vs. Hiram, 1982

73, Rick Sems, 1991 69, Ian Tobin, 2007 67, Stephen Mercer, 2008

1,023, Rick Sems, 1991 1,006, Rick Sems, 1992 843, Tom Flenner, 1995

350, Mike Choby, 2001-04 345, Adam Corbett, 1998-2001 330, Scott Fraser, 1991-94

21, Mark Furgeson, 1995-98 20, Ed Fox, 1995-98 16, Jonathan Forbes, 1998-2001

Receptions 15, Stephen Mercer, at W&J, 2008 14, Stephen Mercer, vs. Thiel, 2008 13, Two tied

Receiving Yards 203, Tom Flenner, vs. Mercyhurst, 1995 184, Kevin Kegarise, vs. Duquesne, 1990 171, Stephen Mercer, vs. Thiel, 2008

Career:

Career:

RECEIVING

Game:

126, Casey Creehan, 1998 119, Adam Corbett, 2000 110, Scott Fraser, 1993

Passing 95, Steve Lacinski to R.J. Bowers, at Kenyon, 1997 73, Zach Gross to Blaine Miller, at Waynesburg, 2010

Field Goal 55, Doug Hart, vs. Hiram, 1986

Career:

Season:

15, Mark Furgeson, 1998 11, Ed Fox, 1998 9.5, Mike Choby, 2003

Two-Point Conversions Season: 5, Mike Zeigler, 1966 Career: 7, Mike Zeigler, 1964-67

Season:

Tackles 28, Scott Fraser, at CMU, 1992 24, Casey Creehan, at OWU, 1998 22, Bryan Kozinski, vs. Waynesburg, 1993

Season:

Interception Return 100, Ross Trimmer, vs. Bethany, 2004 96, Clay Piper, vs. Wash. & Jeff., 2005

Game:

Game:

Rushing 88, Phil Yancheff, vs. Wash. & Jeff., 1976 81, R.J. Bowers at Waynesburg, 1998

Single-Season Extra Point Percentage 100.0, Craig Bicehouse, 2010 (25 of 25) 100.0, Jim Roberts, 1982 (18 of 18)

Defensive Two-Point Conversions Game: 1, Jeff Smalley, at W&J, 1996 1, Mike Kashurba, at Bluffton, 1999

DEFENSE

Tony Colangelo, 1988 Brent Boore, 1967 Chris Smith, 1968 Greg Pierce, 1976

Interception Yardage 137, Henry Horvat, 1967 137, Ross Trimmer, 2004 114, Brock McCullough, 1999 284, Chris Smith, 1968-71 228, Ross Trimmer, 2002-05 209, Henry Horvat, 1964-67 Fumble Recoveries 3, Chris Petersen, vs. Waynesburg, 1993

Season:

5, Jim Steigerwald, 1970 5, Ryan Neal, 1993

Career:

9, 7, 7, 7,

Mark Furgeson, 1995-98 Jim Steigerwald, 1969-72 Kerry Vornadore, 1974-77 Ryan Neal, 1991-94


FOOTBALL 2013

RECORD BOOK SPECIAL TEAMS Season:

Career:

Season:

Career:

Season:

Career:

Career:

Season:

Career:

Career:

189, Marty Gargano, 1981-84 186, Ben Shreve, 1997-2000 169, Henry Johnston, 2003-06 Punting Average 40.8, Brian Neefe, 1969 38.8, Marty Gargano, 1984 38.7, Mike Titzel, 2002 38.4, Mike Titzel, 2000-03 38.3, Brian Neefe, 1967-70 36.9, Ben Shreve, 1997-2000 Kickoff Returns 32, Jimmy Bailey, 2011 31, Jeff Curran, 1982 29, John Morrison, 1991 71, Ross Trimmer, 2002-05 63, R.J. Bowers, 1997-2000 59, John Morrison, 1989-92 Kickoff Return Yardage 609, Jimmy Bailey, 2011 597, John Morrison, 1991 538, R.J. Bowers, 1998 1,453, R.J. Bowers, 1997-2000 1,346, Ross Trimmer, 2002-05 1,209, John Morrison, 1989-92 Kickoff Return Average 29.7, Lou Divers, 1981 26.9, R.J. Bowers, 1998 26.8, Craig Swiergol, 1986 23.1, R.J. Bowers, 1997-2000 22.6, Steve Bachman, 1968-71 21.9, Lou Divers, 1978-81

Season:

Career:

Season:

Career:

Season:

Career:

Punt Returns 36, Jeff Curran, 1983 30, Jeff Cass, 1985 26, Steve Roberts, 2001 66, Jeff Cass, 1985-88 65, Steve Roberts, 2000-03 49, Garret Schmidt, 1996-99 Punt Return Yardage 335, Brian Bancroft, 1967 328, Steve Roberts, 2001 264, Jeff Cass, 1986 681, Steve Roberts, 2000-03 624, Jeff Cass, 1985-88 410, Brian Bancroft, 1964-67 Punt Return Average 20.0, Jimmy Bailey, 2011 16.0, Brian Bancroft, 1967 13.9, Jeff Cass, 1986 14.6, Brian Bancroft, 1964-67 10.3, Lou Divers, 1978-81 10.1, Steve Roberts, 2000-03 7, 6, 3, 3, 3,

Blocked Kicks Justin Fowler, 2006 Steve Weary, 2005 Jonathan Forbes, 2000 Kyle Vuchak, 2001 Steve Weary, 2004

9, Steve Weary, 2002-05 7, Justin Fowler, 2006 4, Kyle Vuchak, 1999-2002

TEAM RECORDS Game:

Points Scored 90, vs. Morris Harvey, 1930 75, vs. California, Pa., 1910

Most In a Season: 374, 1997 318, 1998 Points Allowed Game: 100, vs. Wash. & Jeff., 1913 76, vs. Wash. & Jeff., 1906 Fewest In a Season: 0, 1911 Most In a Season: 339, 1956 Game: Season:

Game: Season:

Game: Jeff Cass excelled both as a quarterback and return specialist during the 1980s.

Season:

Rushing Yardage 579, vs. Bluffton, 1997 547, at Thiel, 1999 3,315, 1997 3,228, 1998 Rushing Attempts 77, vs. Mount Union, 1978 608, 1977 568, 1997 Rushing Touchdowns 9, vs. Bluffton, 1997 8, at Thiel, 1999 48, 1997 43, 1998

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Steve Weary blocked six kicks in 2005. His nine career blocked place-kicks are the most in Grove City history.

Game: Season:

Game: Season:

Game: Season:

Game: Season:

Passing Yardage 398, at Carnegie Mellon, 2009 393, Westminster, 2009 2,544, 2009 1,952, 2008 Passing Attempts 57, at Wash. & Jeff., 2008 54, Wash. & Jeff., 2009 374, 2009 323, 2008 Passing Touchdowns 6, at Carnegie Mellon, 2009 21, 2009 18, 1966 Total Offense 649, vs. Bluffton, 1997 623, at Bethany, 1992 4,249, 1997 3,821, 1998

Miscellaneous 9, 1997 8, 1895, 1896, 1911, 1966 Longest Win Streak: 15, 1925-27 Conference Championships: 1997, 1998 Most Shutouts: 9, 1911 Consecutive Shutouts: 12, 1910-12 Consecutive Games Scoring: 49, 1984-90 Most Times Shutout In a Season: 8, 1904 Season Wins:

Overtime Records Most OT Wins In a Season: 3, 2000 Most OT Games In a Season: 3, 2000 Longest Game: 4 OTs, at Waynesburg, 2000 First Game: Sept. 14, 1996 (7-6 loss to Wooster) First OT Win: Nov. 6, 1999 (31-24 win over Muhlenberg) Last OT Game: Nov. 14, 2009 (31-24 win over Thiel)

RECORD BOOK

Season:

Punts 67, Henry Johnston, 2005 64, Marty Gargano, 1983 64, Marty Gargano, 1984

Season:


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GROVE CITY COLLEGE

ABOUT GROVE CITY COLLEGE

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

The beautifully landscaped campus of Grove City College stretches over 150 acres and includes 28 neoGothic buildings. It is considered one of the loveliest in the nation. While the College has changed to meet the needs of the society it serves, its basic philosophy has remained unchanged since its founding in 1876. It is a Christian, liberal arts institution, dedicated to the principle of providing the highest quality education at the lowest possible cost. Wishing to remain truly independent and to retain its distinctive qualities as a private school governed by private citizens (trustees), it is one of few colleges in the country that does not accept federal funds. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), but not narrowly denominational, the College believes that to be well-educated a student should be exposed to the central ideas of the Judeo-Christian tradition. Grove City College offers undergraduate degrees in liberal arts, sciences, engineering, business, and music and is distinguished as a national leader in education. Grove City’s programs in electrical and mechanical engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission Board of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. The “big business school curriculum” prepares students for today’s global business reality. An extensive variety of internship opportunities are provided across the curriculum. Grove City College wants its students to be prepared in this age of mobile information technology. Each entering freshman receives a tablet computer which is his or hers to keep upon graduation with a four-year degree. This is part of the Information Technology Initiative, a total program integrating technology across the curriculum.

PROGRAMS AND MAJORS

Grove City College’s Breen Student Union

The College believes that its student body has a unique mix of talents and abilities. Its Career Services program helps students identify those key assets during the first year and then builds a four-year strategy to help them pursue a satisfying career. Personal counseling, professional speakers, databases, alumni contacts, summer internships, corporate visits, employer presentations and more are incorporated into the career preparation experience. Grove City follows the semester calendar plan, in addition to offering two-week sessions in January and May. Most of the 2,500 students live in separate men’s and women’s dormitories. The rest are local commuters or married students. A full program of cultural, professional, athletic and social activities is offered, including 19 intercollegiate varsity athletic teams. Grove City, a town of 8,100 people, is located 60 miles north of Pittsburgh. It is located near Interstates 79 and 80 and has a municipal airport.

Grove City College 2013-2014 Tuition $7,440 per semester Room and Board $4,054 per semester

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ACCOUNTING Acounting (B.S.) BIBLICAL AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES Biblical and Religious Studies (B.A.) BIOLOGY Biology (B.S.) BUSINESS Business Management (B.S.) Finance (B.S.) Industrial Management (B.S.) International Business (B.S.) Marketing Management (B.S.) CHEMISTRY Biochemistry (B.S.) Chemistry (B.S.) COMMUNICATION STUDIES Communication Studies (B.A.) COMPUTER SCIENCE Computer Science (B.S.) Computer Information Systems (B.S.) ECONOMICS Economics (B.A.) Business/Economics (B.S.) EDUCATION Pre K-4 Elementary Education (B.S.) Pre K-8 Special Education and Pre K-4 Elementary Education (B.S.) Middle Level Math/English/Science Education (B.S.) K-12 Biology/General Science Education (B.S.) K-12 French Education (B.A.) K-12 Music Education (B.M.) K-12 Spanish Education (B.A.) 7-12 Biology/General Science Education (B.S.) 7-12 Chemistry Education (B.S.) 7-12 Chemistry/General Science Education (B.S.) 7-12 English Education (B.A.) 7-12 English/Communication Education (B.A.) 7-12 Mathematics Education (B.S.) 7-12 Physics Education (B.S.) 7-12 Physics/General Science Education (B.S.) 7-12 Social Studies Education (B.A.) ELECTRICAL/COMPUTER ENGINEERING Electrical/Computer Engineering (B.S.E.E.) ENGLISH English (B.A.) ENTREPRENEURSHIP Entrepreneurship (B.S.) HISTORY History (B.A.) MATHEMATICS Mathematics (B.S.) MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Mechanical Engineering (B.S.M.E.) MODERN LANGUAGES French (B.A.) Spanish (B.A.) MUSIC & FINE ARTS Music (B.M.) Music/Business (B.M.) Music/Performing Arts (B.M.) Music/Religion (B.M.) PHILOSOPHY Philosophy (B.A.) PHYSICAL EDUCATION Exercise Science (B.S.) PHYSICS Physics (B.S.) Physics/Computer Hardware (B.S.) Physics/Computer Software (B.S.) POLITICAL SCIENCE Political Science (B.A.) PSYCHOLOGY Psychology (B.A. or B.S.) SOCIOLOGY Sociology (B.A.) PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS Pre-Dental Pre-Health Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Theology Pre-Veterinary


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ATHLETIC FACILITIES

All 19 of Grove City College’s intercollegiate varsity athletic teams utilize the College’s superior facilities for competition, practices and off-season training and conditioning. Grove City’s athletic facilities have undergone numerous renovations and improvements in recent years, with more upgrades scheduled in the immediate future. On lower campus, Robert E. Thorn Field is home to the College’s football and track and field teams. The College installed CSTurf at Robert E. Thorn Field. CSTurf is a synthetic playing surface that features polyethylene LSR grass fibers and a rubber infill system. The College also installed lights and resurfaced the 8-lane track around the field. Grove City also reconfigured its setup for track meets during these renovations. In 2011, the College installed a new state-ofthe-art scoreboard and new bleachers on the visitors’ side at Thorn Field. These upgrades benefit the entire campus community as the complex is used by both the College’s club sports teams and its intramural program, along with the varsity teams. The track is also available for use by recreational walkers and joggers. The complex also features 10 all-weather tennis courts next to the stadium. Phillips Field House, located at the north end of the complex, features several locker rooms, an athletic training room, meeting rooms and coaches’ offices. It is used by the football, track and tennis programs throughout the academic year. The Physical Learning Center (PLC) houses the Grove City College Arena, home to the College’s basketball and volleyball programs. In summer 2012, the College renovated the Arena by installing new lighting and a new playing floor. In recent years, the Arena has also received new scoreboards and scorers’ tables.

The home of Grove City’s football and track and field teams, Robert E. Thorn Field has received numerous renovations in recent years.

The James E. Longnecker Pool is one of the nation’s premier small-college venues for both swimming and diving and water polo.

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ATHLETIC FACILITIES

In addition, the PLC features the James E. Longnecker Pool, one of the premier aquatic facilities in the region. Each year, Grove City hosts the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships at the state-of-the-art facility. In 2012, the College also hosted the Collegiate Water Polo Association Division III Championships at the James E. Longnecker Pool. The PLC also features a second pool, the Recreational Pool, which is used by members of the College community year-round. A fitness room featuring aerobic and Cybex equipment and a separate weight room with free and mechanized weights are also keystone areas of the facility. The PLC also features six racquetball/handball courts as well as two adjacent intramural rooms. The intramural rooms each feature four basketball courts, four indoor tennis courts, four volleyball courts, an indoor track and two indoor jumping pits. The College installed new synthetic flooring and several new electronic scoreboards throughout the intramural rooms. The Physical Learning Center houses the athletic training room, locker rooms and offices for coaches and physical education faculty. The College recently constructed a new office suite for coaches and athletic administration, while also incorporating its Athletic Hall of Fame area. Grove City’s outdoor athletic facilities have also received numerous upgrades in recent years. The varsity soccer field, College Field, was expanded and re-sodded during the summer of 2005. College Field also received a new press box during the summer of 2007. Meanwhile, Grove City’s baseball and softball facilities recently received major facelifts as new dugouts, new fencing and electronic scoreboards were installed on both fields.


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