How Franklin County athletes are faring in college

How Franklin County athletes are faring in college

Cody Gustafson continues to be a major force with the Grove City football team. 

The 6-foot-3, 189-pound senior wide receiver from Newburg and a Shippensburg Area graduate entered this season as the all-time leader for the Wolverines in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions. And he is going full speed ahead in his final season with the team. 

Grove City opened with a 39-14 non-league victory over Juniata on Sept. 4. Gustafson had 10 receptions for 159 yards and a 9-yard touchdown reception. The Wolverines opened play in the President’s Athletic Conference with a 48-15 triumph over Bethany. Gustafson had 10 more catches for 157 yards with touchdowns of 10 and 22 yards. 

He was the PAC Newcomer of the Year in 2017 and is a two-time All-PAC first team pick and ECAC Division III first team selection. 

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Gustafson does the job in the classroom, too. A mathematics major, he had a 3.93 grade point average this past year and on July 14, he was named to the CoSIDA Division III Academic All-American team for the second straight season. 

Shippensburg grad Cody Gustafson entered this season as the all-time leader for Grove City in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions.

Rachel Dusman (Chambersburg) 

The 5-foot-6 senior forward/midfielder is off to a great start with the Kutztown field hockey team. Dusman had the first goal in a 3-1 victory vs. Mansfield. In a 10-2 triumph over St. Michael’s (Vt.) on Sept. 5, she had a goal and an assist. She is a two-time All-PSAC second team selection. In 40 career games, she has 21 goals and 15 assists for 57 points with two game-winners. 

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