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    Tigers Lose On The Road

    "When you shoot 23% and have 21 turnovers you can not expect to be in the game", said Coach Renzema. "We just have to put this game behind us and get back to the basketball we have been playing". The Tigers got off to a bad start and were never able to get it back together. Indiana University Northwest is a very good basketball and the ladies from Grace would have to play their very best to have a chance but it did not happen. Full Article >

    Follow the Tigers against NCAA DII Saginaw Valley State University and IUNW

    Please see this article for options to follow tonight's MBB game at Saginaw Valley State University, and WBB game at Indiana University-Northwest. Full Article >

    Recruits and Current Players enjoy 2015 Women's Soccer Camp

    "We want to do more things like this to get prospects here so they can see the possibilities and advantages of being a Student-Athlete at Grace," commented head coach Scott Teesdale. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers sink USCAA #4 Lakers, 66-51

    The Lady Tigers took on Silver Lake College Saturday afternoon at the Aldrich Athletic Center, as they looked to avenge a 71-68 loss earlier in the season to the Lady Lakers. It would be no easy feat, as the Lady Lakers came into the game ranked #4 in the nation in the USCAA Division I. Full Article >

    Balanced Scoring Gives Tigers Win #13

    The Tigers used a balanced scoring attack again to defeat Andrews University 65-20. Three players had 14 points, Hannah Wight, Anna Iwaniw and Megan Scholtens followed by Abby Schultz with 10, Kitty Yanik 6, Debbie Pekel 4 and Emily Koerner 3. Hannah had 6 assists followed by Abby with 4. Anna had 11 rebounds and Emily followed with 8. Full Article >

    Despite struggling, Grace pulls out win over Andrews U

    Down two with 30 seconds remaining in the game, freshman guard Matt Jensen pulled up for a make-or-break three point shot from the wing and it swooshed beautifully through the net to give the Tigers a 58-57 lead. Andrews decided to hold the ball for one last shot, and the Tigers were able to force their guard into a tough jump shot and they corralled the rebound to secure the win. It was an ugly game, but nevertheless, they pulled out a victory and have now won six out of their last seven games. Full Article >