Entering his 23rd season as a football coach, Grose first teamed up with Coach Favret at Catholic from 1994-97 serving as the assistant offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach, helping engineer one of the most productive offenses in NCAA Division III.
Arriving at Hampden-Sydney along with Favret in 2000, Grose served as the assistant head coach, defensive coordinator, and recruiting coordinator. His defensive unit finished second in the ODAC in scoring defense and first in pass defense and turnovers gained.
He then returned to Hampden-Sydney from 2011-13, helping the Tigers to two ODAC Championships and a 2013 NCAA Playoff win.
Grose is a native of Rockville, Maryland and currently resides in Hampden-Sydney. He has a son, Kenny, who attends Northern Arizona University, and two daughters, Sarah and April, who reside in Washington, D.C. and Scottsdale, Arizona, respectively.