Mens Basketball

    2014 Media Day, "Set Yourself Apart"
    08-Sep-2014

    Over 100 different athletes from Grace Bible College's 7 different athletic teams gathered this past Friday evening for the 2014 Grace Athletics Media Day. The evening started off with a message from Athletic Director Gary Bailey, with the theme, "Set Yourself Apart." Subsequently, uniforms of Navy Blue and Vegas Gold flooded the Aldrich Athletic Center, as the athletes headed over for individual photos and team photos for this year's media guide, as well as the Tigers' athletic website. Full Article >

    Ryan and Ryan coming to GTN November 2014!
    15-Aug-2014

    Former Grace high-flyer Ryan Dame will join former teammate Ryan Krombeen on the Grace Tiger Network this upcoming season as a color commentator. Full Article >

    2014 Individual Camps provide both professional basketball training and fun
    04-Aug-2014

    The 2014 Grace Basketball Individual Camp yielded fun for all, as kids from elementary to high school enjoyed professional training, games, prizes, and pizza this past Tuesday. Full Article >

    Coach Bailey, Allen Durham, and Others Serve at Round Lake Christian Camp
    28-Jul-2014

    The Grace Bible College basketball program contributes every year at Round Lake Basketball Camp in Lakeville, Ohio, where 6th-8th grade boys learn more about God and the game of basketball. Led by former Kentucky Christian University National Champion and friend of Coach Bailey, Rick Cooper, this camp attracts around 60 campers each year and never disappoints. Full Article >

    Grace Alum Allen Durham records monster numbers in the Philippines
    09-Jun-2014

    Grace Alum Allen Durham recorded a triple double, with 32 points, 24 rebounds, and 10 assists, leading the Barako Bulls to a playoff win in his first game with the team. Full Article >

    CTA features Grace AD and Men's Basketball Coach Gary Bailey as Graduation speaker
    02-Jun-2014

    Approximately 450 friends and family of Creative Technologies Academy Class of 2014 gathered for commencement ceremonies in Cedar Springs, Michigan on Friday night, May 30. Dani George, Valedictorian of the class and daughter of Superintendent/School Leader, Dan George (also Associate Head Coach of Men's Basketball at Grace), had requested that her dad ask Grace Athletic Director and Men's Head Basketball Coach, Gary Bailey to be the featured speaker at the graduation. Full Article >

    Register Now For Summer HS Team Leagues and Individual Camps
    21-May-2014

    High School team leagues and individual camps are coming back to Grace Bible College this summer! Both are available to guys and girls, with the team leagues beginning June 10th, and individual camps available July 14, 15, 28, and 29. Click the article for sign-up information and further details on the camps. Full Article >

    Max Command signs for the Tigers
    01-May-2014

    Max Command has signed to wear the Grace Bible College Tiger uniform next season. Max is the son of Tim and Marcia Command, and has two older siblings, Alissa and Alex. Max’s father Tim was also his high school basketball coach for the Wyoming Warriors Homeschool team. Full Article >

    Tigers ink two dynamic guards, Isaac and Gabe Hernandez
    30-Apr-2014

    "We are so happy to have Isaac and Gabe playing for us next season. They are both high character guys and a great fit for Grace. They really strengthen us at the guard position for next season and it is already apparent in open gyms that they will be pressing for playing time from day one. Both of these guys are tremendous athletes that can see the floor and really put points on the board. This has been an incredible recruiting year for us and these two are a big part of that." -Coach Bailey Full Article >

    Grace signs two-time All-Conference guard, Joe Dekkenga
    28-Apr-2014

    Joe on why he chose Grace – “I chose GBC because of the winning program they have put together in the past years, and for the close knit campus and great academic program. Grace treated me like family coming in.” Full Article >