News & Events

    Cross Country Honored at Halftime of Basketball Game
    06-Dec-2015

    The Grace Bible College Cross Country teams were honored at halftime of Friday night's home basketball game for their performances at the NCCAA National Championship meet earlier this month. Women's individual finishers Josie Lange and Holly Ferguson were recognized along with the nationally 3rd place men's team. Later this year, a banner will be raised to the rafters of the Aldrich Athletic Center to recognize the men's team National meet 3rd place finish.

    Representing the men's team in the photo are Zak Shoup, Dimitri Tolar-Key, David Green, Luis DeKryger, Trenton Loomis, and Nick Brown. Full Article >

    Tigers down Moody Archers, 99-52
    05-Dec-2015

    The Tigers dished out 29 assists as a team en route to their second victory of the weekend, against Moody Bible Institute. All 14 players in a Grace uniform saw at least 10 minutes of play in the 99-52 win over the Archers. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers Defeat Scrappy Moody Squad
    04-Dec-2015

    The Tigers continued there winning ways with a hard fought game against Moody Bible, out of Chicago. Full Article >

    Grace records convincing 26-point win over NCCAA #3 Maranatha
    04-Dec-2015

    The Grace Tigers scored a convincing 93-67 win over NCCAA DII #3 Maranatha Baptist University Wednesday night on their home floor. The Tigers built a large lead right out of the gate and did not turn back. Full Article >

    Watch Grace Basketball tonight!
    04-Dec-2015

    View this article to watch Grace men's basketball at 7:00 pm, broadcasted by Grace alums Ryan Krombeen and Ryan Dame. The link for the women's basketball game at 7:00 pm ET is also provided. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers Defeat Maranatha to remain undefeated
    04-Dec-2015

    The ladies from Grace knew they would be in for a battle playing Maranatha on their home court. The game was a seesaw battle for most of the first half and ended up 36 to 34 in favor of Grace, but quality play in the second half from the Lady Tigers helped them break free, winning 76-60. Full Article >