Panthers Are Ranked 10th in the NWCA/USA Today Coaches Poll
Anthony Zanetta, Tyler Nauman and Zac Thomusseit Open the Season with Perfect Records
Donnie Tasser and Zac Thomusseit Had the Falls For Gold
The Match is Scheduled for 6 p.m. at the Fitzgerald Field House
2010-11: Did not compete.
2009-10: Finished sophomore year with a 7-9 record...Began the season at the 125-pound class before bumping up to 133...Saw action in six dual meets, including wins over Justin Belanger of Sacred Heart (11-7), William Ray of Davidson (7-2) and Jimmy Kirchner of Rider (8-2)...Tallied two falls on the season including his opening match at 1:45 and his fastest at the Midlands Championships in 1:21...Competed in three tournaments on the season.
2008-09: Competed on the open tournament circuit at 133 pounds for the Panthers as a freshman...Posted a 13-8 mark with eight bonus-point wins...Ended the season placing in back-to-back tournaments...Went 5-1 at the Cleveland State Open with a fall and two shutout decisions...Tallied a 4-2 mark at the Kent State Open to take fourth place, including the second fastest pin for a Panther wrestler on the year in 43 seconds over Raymond Arnold (Ashland).
High School: As a senior, tallied 32-2 record to clinch the section title....Completed his career with a 118-28 record at Central York under coach Steve Grove...Earned three section tournament medals, including clinching the Section IV title during his senior campaign...A one-time Penn Manor Champion and two-time runner-up...Secured titles at the Elizabethtown Challenge Tournament and the A.I. DuPont Wrestling Tournament of Champions...Finished as the runner-up in the Conestoga Valley tournament...Named to the YAIAA all-star wrestling team...Recipient of the USMC Distinguished Athlete Award...Selected team captain for his senior year...Competed for Team Griffin, Free Fall Wrestling Club, and Pa. Premium Wrestling Club...Made honor roll every semesters and was a member of Eagle scouts.
Personal: Born October 9, 1989...Son of Jeff and Kathy Grove...Has one sister, Amanda.
Major: Communications Rhetoric.
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