News & Events

    Intramural Basketball begins in two weeks - Sign Up ASAP

    Co-Ed 5 on 5 Basketball sign-ups are now available -- season starts November 14 and registration deadline is next Friday (November 7th). Please sign up as soon as you can! Full Article >

    Watch Men's Basketball season opener vs. Pikeville University LIVE!

    The men's basketball team will kick off their season in Pikeville, KY, as they take on the University of Pikeville Bears tonight at 7:30 pm ET. For live audio and statistics, please view article. Full Article >

    Grace falls to #6 OCU, follows with tie at Berea College

    This past Friday, the Grace Tigers women’s soccer team took off to Ohio Christian University to take on the NCCAA #6 Trailblazers. After an overnight stay Friday night, the Tigers continued on to Berea, Kentucky to face NCAA DIII Berea College. Please see the article for game details. Full Article >

    Tough weekend for GBCVB

    Tiger’s weekend opposition proves to be strong. Full Article >

    Tiger runners standout with their outfits and running ability at Alger Heights

    October 25, 2014 was fall break at Grace and many students went home or took a trip to Washington D.C. (Josie Lange and Hilary Rollf had a great trip to D.C.) The cross country team participated in their annual favorite race, Alger Heights 5 and 10k. During this race runners have the option of wearing a Halloween costume. The race is full of fun costumes and the neighbors in the area come out and cheer for the runners. This year Emily Cross was a deer, Holly Ferguson was an Incredible, Trenton Loomis was Buddy the Elf, Dicia Wahl was Spider Girl, Nicolas Brown was a runner from Oregon, and Coach Stowers was a 70s girl. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers Look Good In Scrimmage

    The Tigers had to play with only 6 players in their scrimmage with Trinity Christian, out of Chicago, Saturday morning. With the larger Trinity Christian squad, it looked like the Ladies from Grace would be in for a long morning. The Tigers started out a little slow but just got better and better. With Molly Holtrop (Cedar Springs) leading the way, theTigers were able to out run there opponents and get many wide open shots. Full Article >