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    Ladies Move Up To 7th In National Rankings

    The Lady Tigers jumped one spot in the national rankings this week to 7th. The two big wins over Moody and Maranatha this past weekend were enough to make some of the voting members to look seriously at the Tigers. The ladies take on Lincoln Christian University (NAIA) at 1:00 on Saturday at Grace. Full Article >

    Weekend Home Events (December 12-13)

    All Three Grace Bible College teams will be in action this weekend at the Aldrich Athletic Center. See the inside of this article for details. Full Article >

    Underdog "Team Wienss" takes home Intramural Basketball Championship

    "Team Wienss" - Champions "Team #HandleLife" - Runner-Up Full Article >

    Second half struggles for Tigers results in loss to Hope JV

    The Grace Bible College Tigers JV squad took on Hope College's JV squad this past Friday night, and the Dutchmen flew past the Tigers in the second half en-route to a 90-48 victory at the Aldrich Athletic Center. Full Article >

    Tigers Win Streak at 5

    After a big win Friday night the Tigers had to come back to play the always tough Moody Bible Institute. Moody came out of the gate playing very well and built a 8 point lead midway through the first period. The ladies slowly fought their way back and at the 4:05 mark, Hannah Wight scored to tie the score at 29. Anna Iwaniw scored 8 points in the final 3:00 minutes of the half to give the Tigers a 38 to 32 half time lead. Moody closed the gap to 3 points with 10:18 left in the game but the ladies played solid the remainder of the half to pull out a 71 - 61 win. Full Article >

    Poised Tigers defeat strong MBU team, 83-68

    The Tigers made it a two game sweep at the NCCAA Midwest Region Tipoff Tournament in Chicago, defeating a strong Maranatha Baptist University squad, 83-68. After jumping out to 14-0 lead to begin the game, the Tigers fought off the Sabercats the rest of the way. Maranatha pulled within six points a few times but the Tigers kept their poise and led from start to finish. Full Article >