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    GBCVB signs first recruit for 2015 season

    Middle Hitter Marlae Sloothvaak inks with GBCVB Full Article >

    Indoor Soccer kicks off Intramurals for second semester!

    Sign up your teams now for Indoor Soccer. Registration deadline is January 30th, and the following week begins play! Full Article >

    Iwaniw named NCCAA Player of the Week

    Junior forward Anna Iwaniw was named the NCCAA Player of the Week for her performances last weekend in wins against Kuyper College and Mount Mary University. Full Article >

    Tigers JV falls short against Comets, 91-82

    Former Grace junior varsity player Ryan Ehm returned to the Aldrich Athletic Center Monday night, this time as coach of the Olivet College junior varsity Comets. The Comets were able to make a couple more plays down the stretch than the Tigers, resulting in a 91-82 win for Ehm and his squad. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers soccer signs Kiley Fawley

    The Grace Bible College Lady Tigers soccer program signed their first recruit for the fall of 2015 Monday night, Kiley Fawley. Kiley is the daughter of Aaron and Linda Fawley, and a sister to Kaitlyn and Justin Fawley. She will not be traveling far, as she currently attends Grandville High School. Currently Kiley is playing club soccer for the Michigan Fire. Aside from her stellar play on the field, Kiley has also made an impact on multiple missions trips and helped various organizations in the community. Full Article >

    Tigers Win On The Road

    The Tigers continued their hot shooting with a 74-61 win at Mount Mary University. The ladies hit 14 threes in a hard fought battle in Milwaukee Saturday night. Anna Iwaniw lead the way hitting 4 of 5 from behind the arc and finishing the game with 23 points and 15 rebounds. The Tigers were a little short handed as they played without starting center Emily Koerner, who stayed home with the flu. Kitty Yanik picked up the slack with 6 points and 7 rebounds. The score at half time was 44-28 but the ladies never quit and several times cut the score 6 points. The Tigers had to play the last 28 seconds with only 4 players because of foul trouble. Full Article >