News & Events

    Grace Bench Sparks Win in First Game of Road Trip

    January 9, 2014, Portland, Oregon – After having their flight canceled on Wednesday, the Tigers left Grace at 6:15 am Thursday morning, caught a bus at Gerald R. Ford airport in Grand Rapids at 7 am, and made a three and a half hour bus ride to O’Hare airport in Chicago. They ate a quick lunch and then spent about five hours on a plane to Portland, arriving about three hours before the tip-off with Portland Bible College. Full Article >

    Travel-Weary Tigers Overcome Florida College 62-52

    The Lady Tigers spend all day Monday traveling to Florida and didn't arrive to their accommodations until 3 AM Tuesday. They didn't have long to recover as they took on the Falcons of Florida Christian Tuesday evening in Temple Terrace, Florida. Full Article >

    Following the Tigers in Portland, Oregon this weekend...

    After a cancelled flight yesterday and a lot of adjusting to be able to make it to Portland, Oregon this afternoon hours before game time, the Tigers will take on Portland Bible College tonight at 7:00 PM PST (10:00 PM EST). Friday and Saturday the Tigers will play two more games in Portland, which will be available through a live video feed. Full Article >

    Florida Journal - Days 1 and 2

    Junior Marissa Pelletier and Sophomore Katie Allers share the team's experiences from the first two days of the Florida trip. The Lady Tigers were able to come away with a 10-point victory in their first of two games to be played during their time there, over Florida College. Full Article >

    Session III Intramurals: Soccer, Dodgeball

    Session III of Grace Intramurals will include an Indoor Soccer league. This will be co-ed, and available to all students, staff, and faculty. Registration will be available until January 24. Full Article >

    Grace Pulls Off Thriller in the Sunshine State

    In their first overtime battle of the year, Grace was able to defeat Florida National University this Saturday, by a score of 92-90. Junior Cameron Cramer led the Tigers with a career-high 29 points to go along with 10 rebounds. Full Article >