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    Grace JV finishes season with win over Olivet

    The Tigers ended the 2013-2014 season on a tear, as they won four of their last five games, the last one being a 92-80 victory over Olivet College. Full Article >

    Last Second Shot Propels Grace Bible over Calvin

    The Tigers’ leading scorer Ben Kronemeyer's drive and layup with 4 seconds left was enough for the Tigers to pull out a 73-71 victory at Calvin College. The win puts the Tigers at 4-2 after the Holiday break as they continue to finish close games. "I really think that these guys have kind of found their flow, we are playing quite well right now. The last few games we didn't have great starts but tonight I thought we did. In the first 5 minutes we were the aggressor and were able to build a lead." Full Article >

    Backcourt Duo Leads Grace Women to Thrilling 83-76 Win Over Maranatha

    Freshman Guards Megan Scholtens (Grant, Mi and Quad City Home School) and Molly Holtrop (Cedar Springs, Mi) became roommates on the campus of Grace Bible College starting the second semester. Full Article >

    Tigers fall to Lions in first game on road trip

    Grace could not hold on to a 14-point advantage coming out of the half, losing to Finlandia University (NCAA DIII), 80-79. Click to see box score. Full Article >

    Live broadcast options for the Grace Basketball Road Trip!

    Both the men's and women's basketball teams will be traveling to Wisconsin this weekend, with the men's team playing tonight up north vs. Finlandia University. Click to view the links for live video options. Full Article >

    Time runs out on Tiger Comeback, Kuyper prevails 97-86

    The anticipation for last night’s rivalry game between Kuyper College and Grace Bible College was high. The Cougars took down the Tigers way back on November 9th at Aldrich Athletic Center, and the Tigers were able to knock off the Cougars in the Calvin tournament back on November 23rd and also at Kuyper’s gym last month on January 21st. For the fourth game, as expected, both schools brought in their fan bases, and the Aldrich Athletic Center was completely filled. Full Article >