Rain sleet snow – no sweat!

One of GGC's female soccer players kicks a ball in the pouring rain.
Heavy rains do not deter sophomore defender Kelsey Griswold, a key part of the women’s soccer team’s defense, which ranked 16th in the NAIA with nine shutout games.

Now in its second season of competition as a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Grizzly Athletics continues its impressive, winning record.

“We are thrilled with how competitive our teams have been on the field and in the classroom,” said Dr. Darin Wilson, director of Athletics. “Our core purpose is to develop lifelong leaders of character through academic and athletic excellence, and we are excited to see our student-athletes embracing that mission. We thank the Grizzly community for its support, and we look forward to competing for more championships ahead.”

Achievements so far:

  • 138-76-3 Overall record (.636 win percentage)
  • 16 Wins over nationally ranked opponents
  • 12 All-Conference selections (men’s soccer)
  • 4 Conference Players of the Week: Ibrahima Sissoko, men’s soccer; Rene Enang, men’s soccer; Chiara di Salvo, women’s tennis; Matias Hatem, men’s tennis
  • 4 Teams ranked in the NAIA Coaches’ Top 25
  • 3 Teams ranked in the NAIA Coaches’ Top 10
  • 2 NAIA All-Americans: Rene Enang, men’s soccer; Jocelyn Baker, women’s soccer
  • 1 Conference Player of the Year: Jocelyn Baker, women’s soccer
  • 1 Conference Tournament MVP: Rene Enang, men’s soccer
  • 1 Conference Tournament Championship: 2013 men’s soccer – the Grizzlies’ first post-season intercollegiate athletics championship
  • First NAIA National Championship Opening Round appearance: 2013 men’s soccer
  • More than 50 percent of scholar-athletes listed on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll

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Four photos showing GGC men's soccer team celebrating with their championship trophy, a softball player about to catch a ball, a female tennis player hitting a ball and a baseball player catching a ball as an opposing player slides toward the base.

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