|High School:||Loyola HS|
Played in 27 matches, making four starts … scored 11 goals on 45 attempts, converting at a 24.4 percent rate … scored one goal in eight of the first nine matches of the year … scored a season-high two goals in a win at UC Davis (Nov. 9) … was eighth on the team with 17 assists … also registered 10 steals and two field blocks.
Redshirted the season.
2015: Played in all eight games (150 minutes), making two starts for Team USA at the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea (July 2-14) … he scored three goals on 12 shots, converting at a 25.0 percent rate … scored all three of his goals (on five shots) in a 12-8 win over China in pool play … also tallied six assists and four steals as the United States captured bronze at the World University Games.
Three-year (2010-12) varsity water polo letterwinner at Loyola High School under head coach Erik Healy … high school teammate, Chancellor Ramirez, is also his collegiate teammate … was a co-captain of the Cubs in 2012 with Ramirez … he was a three-time CIF D-I semifinalist and was named second team All-CIF as a senior in 2012 … won the Coaches Award at the team’s postseason banquet.
Full name: John Demetrios Grover, prefers Jack … born May 28, 1994 in Pasadena, Calif. … his parents are James and Maria Grover … has one older brother, Nick, and one younger brother, Dennis … his father attended UCLA … competed with the Rose Bowl Water Polo Club … lists the New York Knicks’ Metta World Peace as the athlete he most admires … says his biggest thrill so far in his athletic career is, “playing in the CIF Division I semifinal against Long Beach Wilson (lost 6-5)” … lists surfing as a hobby … has yet to declare a major.
|Jack Grover's Career Statistics|