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    Tigers Defeat #6 Ranked Johnson University

    The Lady Tigers jumped to a 41 - 26 first half lead thanks to some fine outside shooting. Megan Scholtens 5 for 5 with 4 threes, Abby Schultz 4 for 6 with 1 three pointer, Kitty Yanik was 3 for 7 with one three pointer and Molly Holtrop had 7 points and 7 assists in the first half. But as hot as we were in the first half, Johnson matched it to start the second half. With 10:45 left in the game Johnson tied the score at 52. There were 7 lead changes in the second half, Johnson built up a 6 point lead only to have the Tigers roar back to tie it again. Hannah Wight sank the final free throw with 3.7 seconds left to seal the victory. Full Article >

    A Student Gives Thanks

    Cameron Cramer is a senior student at Grace Bible College. We asked him to share a bit about his experience here at GBC, and what your gifts have meant to him as a scholarship recipient. Full Article >

    Tigers overcome slow start, pick up narrow victory over NAIA UM-Dearborn

    The Tigers picked up a tough road victory over the UM-Dearborn Wolverines Tuesday night, 76-73. Junior Rod Altidor led the team with 15 points on 7 of 11 shooting, followed by senior Cameron Cramer with 12. Cramer also led the team in both rebounds and assists, with 10 and 6, respectively. See the article for more details and video highlights. Full Article >


    Six teams have signed up for 5 on 5 basketball this session -- and all teams are in for some great competition! See this article for game times for this week and next. Full Article >

    JV Squad falls to Cornerstone in Overtime thriller

    The Cornerstone University JV squad traveled across town to meet with the Grace Bible College JV, as the Tigers held their home opener Monday night. The Tigers were coming off of two tough losses on the road to Davenport University and Muskegon Community College to start their season. The first half saw plenty of offense from both sides, with the two teams combining for 92 points in the first 20 minutes. Sophomore Kenny Vernon and freshman Caleb Yeary combined for 30 points in the first half, contributing heavily to a 47-45 Tiger advantage at the break. Full Article >

    By the Numbers- 2014 Regional and National Season Rankings

    Overall season rankings in the NCCAA II Full Article >