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Andrew DiDonato

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Grove City College

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Grove City College

100 Campus Drive

Grove City, Pennsylvania,16127

United States

Company Description

Grove City College is one of only three colleges and universities in America that accepts absolutely no funding from the federal or state government. This means we rely solely on the generosity of donors like you to fulfill our mission of providing a quality e...more

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PAC Sports Network


Graduate Assistant

University of Buffalo


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Former Grove City standout quarterback Andrew DiDonato has been named Smith's successor.
He will join the coaching staff in January and serve as the Smith's offensive coordinator before taking over as head coach at the conclusion of next season. "Since the day I graduated, I knew if I ever got the chance to return to Grove City College I would take it," said DiDonato, who is a 2010 graduate of Grove City. Andrew DiDonato will take over as head coach following 2015 season. A native of Bridgeville, Pa., and 2006 graduate of South Fayette High School, DiDonato was a four-year starter at Grove City. He still holds all-time career passing records in yards (7,509), completions (750) and touchdowns (49). DiDonato spent the past three years coaching at his high school alma mater. As Joe Rossi's offensive coordinator, DiDonato helped guide the Lions to their second consecutive Pennsylvania state championship this past season. "I was blessed to work with and work around great people," said DiDonato, who had coaching stints with the University of Buffalo and Peters Township High School before going to South Fayette. "Over the past two seasons I was fortunate enough to prepare for and coordinate in four championship games - two WPIAL finals and two state championship games. "The experience of coaching in that type of environment will help me at the next level." Besides coaching football, DiDonato also will teach exercise science and physical education at Grove City. "Having known Andrew DiDonato for many years as coach and colleague, he is an excellent choice to lead the next generation of Wolverine football and I'm delighted that he is joining our staff," Smith said. "As I prepare to embark upon my final year as head coach, I'm excited about the prospects for the 2015 season and I am confident in Andrew's experience and ability to lead our program for many years to come." "Coach Smith and I had a wonderful player-coach relationship during my time at Grove City College," DiDonato said. "During my playing days at Grove City, I experienced first hand how competitive every school is in this conference," DiDonato said. "The schools that have joined the conference since I graduated have made the competition even stronger. "I expect every game this upcoming season to be a challenge." DiDonato also believes the Wolverines will need to put in a lot of offseason work in order to field a competitive team next fall. "A major factor for the amount of success we will experience this season will be preparation," DiDonato said.


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Former Grove City standout quarterback Andrew DiDonato has been named Smith's successor.
He will join the coaching staff in January and serve as the Smith's offensive coordinator before taking over as head coach at the conclusion of next season. "Since the day I graduated, I knew if I ever got the chance to return to Grove City College I would take it," said DiDonato, who is a 2010 graduate of Grove City. Andrew DiDonato will take over as head coach following 2015 season. A native of Bridgeville, Pa., and 2006 graduate of South Fayette High School, DiDonato was a four-year starter at Grove City. He still holds all-time career passing records in yards (7,509), completions (750) and touchdowns (49). DiDonato spent the past three years coaching at his high school alma mater. As Joe Rossi's offensive coordinator, DiDonato helped guide the Lions to their second consecutive Pennsylvania state championship this past season. "I was blessed to work with and work around great people," said DiDonato, who had coaching stints with the University of Buffalo and Peters Township High School before going to South Fayette. "Over the past two seasons I was fortunate enough to prepare for and coordinate in four championship games - two WPIAL finals and two state championship games. "The experience of coaching in that type of environment will help me at the next level." Besides coaching football, DiDonato also will teach exercise science and physical education at Grove City. "Having known Andrew DiDonato for many years as coach and colleague, he is an excellent choice to lead the next generation of Wolverine football and I'm delighted that he is joining our staff," Smith said. "As I prepare to embark upon my final year as head coach, I'm excited about the prospects for the 2015 season and I am confident in Andrew's experience and ability to lead our program for many years to come." "Coach Smith and I had a wonderful player-coach relationship during my time at Grove City College," DiDonato said. "During my playing days at Grove City, I experienced first hand how competitive every school is in this conference," DiDonato said. "The schools that have joined the conference since I graduated have made the competition even stronger. "I expect every game this upcoming season to be a challenge." DiDonato also believes the Wolverines will need to put in a lot of offseason work in order to field a competitive team next fall. "A major factor for the amount of success we will experience this season will be preparation," DiDonato said. 3:28 PM Jul 27th RT @GCC_Wolverines: SID @professorbriggs + @GCC_FB Coach DiDonato connected for the 1st completion + TD on the new turf this afternoon! ht…


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DiDonato to take over at Grove City in 2016
From 2006-10, DiDonato passed for 7,509 yards and totaled 8,904 yards in his career both Grove City records. In 2009, DiDonato set single-season records of 2,466 yards and 18 touchdowns. DiDonato, who is in his third season as offensive coordinator at South Fayette under head coach Joe Rossi, is going back to the college that honed his quarterback skills and increased his encyclopedia of knowledge for offensive play calling. DiDonato will join Grove City as offensive coordinator next year, then succeed Smith, who will retire as the Wolverines head coach in 2016. To get to come to South Fayette and coach my alma mater then have the opportunity to go to where I played college ball and once again to coach at my alma mater, its truly a blessing, DiDonato said. DiDonato finished his career at South Fayette as the WPIALs second leading passer with 6,573 passing yards and led the Loins to three playoff appearances in his four years as the starting quarterback. After his time at Grove City, DiDonato joined Jeff Quinns staff at the University of Buffalo as a graduate assistant in 2010 and was the quarterbacks coach at Peters Township in 2011 before Rossi offered him a job at South Fayette. Since joining the program in 2012, DiDonato led one of the most prolific offenses in WPIAL history. South Fayette has averaged more than 45 points per game, won two WPIAL titles, a PIAA Class AA championship and will face Dunmore Saturday at Hersheypark Stadium in an attempt to become the first Class AA team to repeat as state champions. The Lions have won three consecutive Century Conference titles and compiled a 42-1 overall record with DiDonato calling the plays. Before transitioning to his new job, DiDonato has unfinished business helping his players win another state championship. These young men are unbelievable, DiDonato said. The run weve been on is a testament to the type of kids were blessed to be coaching. Its exciting to continue this journey with them and go for another championship Saturday. More Photos Andrew DiDonato is shown during his playing days at South Fayette.


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The Titans' also intercepted Grove City quarterback Andrew DiDonato, who graduated, and returned the pick for a 37-yard score.
Lehocky finished the contest 11-of-21 passing, but accumulated just 68 yards through the air while DiDonato scorched the Titans' defense for 365 yards passing.


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Grove City College honored Michelle Peck (center) and Andrew DiDonato (right) as its Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year.
NCAA Athletics: DiDonato, Peck earn awards GROVE CITY - Senior multi-sport athletes Andrew DiDonato and Michelle Peck were named Grove City College's Omicron Delta Kappa Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year. DiDonato and Peck received their awards Saturday at Honors Convocation in Harbison Chapel. DiDonato earned five total letters at GCC, including four in football and starting all 40 games in his career at quarterback. DiDonato led the Presidents' Athletic Conference with 2,994 yards of total offense and 240 pass completions in 2009. He threw for a GCC-record 2,466 yards and 18 touchdowns this year. DiDonato also led GCC with 528 rushing yards. He finished his career with 7,509 passing yards and 8,904 yards of total offense, both school records. DiDonato, a Bridgeville native and former standout at South Fayette High, also lettered in basketball this year as a first-year senior, appearing in 27 games. Senior multi-sport athletes Andrew DiDonato and Michelle Peck were named Grove City College's Omicron Delta Kappa Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year.


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