News & Events

    Tigers travel to Wisconsin for Tri-Match
    12-Oct-2014

    GBCVB ventures to Dunbar, Wisconsin for weekend competition. Full Article >

    Grace holds on to defeat Andrews University, 2-1
    10-Oct-2014

    Andrews University and Grace Bible College stepped onto Velting Field last night, for what turned out to be a very competitive game. The Tigers put themselves on the scoreboard quick, with freshman Levi Pasma’s first career goal, which he placed in within 10 minutes of the start of the game. Sophomore keeper Drew Smith was able to win a 1 on 1 matchup between him and the Cardinals forward later on in the half with a terrific diving stop to keep the Cardinals scoreless. Full Article >

    Gold Team Prevails in 10th Annual Blue/Gold Game
    08-Oct-2014

    Led by former Tigers Ryan Dame and Ryan Krombeen, the Gold team prevailed in the 10th annual Blue/Gold Game to kick off the 2014-15 men’s basketball season. Full Article >

    Blue Team Defeats White Team 54 - 36
    08-Oct-2014

    In the tenth annual Blue Gold game there was plenty of action. Both teams showed quickness and good shooting. Coach Renzema watched from the sidelines with a smile on his face and commented after the game that " this should be a very enjoyable season". Full Article >

    Late Surge not enough for the Tigers in loss to Finlandia University
    07-Oct-2014

    Coming off of two wins in Tennessee, the Grace Tigers soccer team was right back in action Monday afternoon. The FInlandia University Lions (NCAA DIII) came to town with a 3-6 record, while the Tigers entered the game at 4-5. Full Article >

    Grace Women Top Improved Andrews, 2-1
    07-Oct-2014

    The Lady Tigers faced a much tougher Andrews side Monday and fought their way to a 2-1 victory in Berrien Springs. After thrashing Andrews 10-0 earlier this season Grace came into the match knowing Andrews would be better on their home field. Debbie Pekel began the scoring with a nice shot over the goalie midway through the first half. Andrews would respond minutes later on a long, perfectly placed shot by Ciara Weir. The second half was much like the first, with Grace dominating possession but unable to break through the tight Andrews defense. April Philipi picked up a loose ball and placed a great pass to Debbie Pekel, who found Autumn Befus streaking towards the Andrews goal. Autumn buried her shot in the back of the net and Grace had the 2-1 lead. The Lady Tigers continued to press the attack, but were unable to score again. Lindsey Anible faced only 1 shot in the second half. Coach Teesdale: "We may have been tired after our long trip, but a lot of credit has to go Andrews for playing a very solid game. They gave us quite a battle. I'm very happy with the result and the toughness of our team." Full Article >