News & Events

    Lady Tigers sign first recruit for 2015
    29-Jan-2015

    The Lady Tigers basketball coaching staff signed their first recruit for the 2015-16 season this week, Chenice Peterson. Chenice is the daughter of Kevin and Vertna Peterson, and the sistser of Marlondo, Kevin, and Laila. Full Article >

    Tigers use size advantage to down Crusaders, 97-83
    28-Jan-2015

    The Tigers defeated regional foe Great Lakes Christian College in Lansing, MI, Wednesday night, by a score of 97-83. Senior Cameron Cramer had a career-night, recording a double-double with 36 points and 13 rebounds. Full Article >

    Tigers Sign All-Area Dream Team Daniel Sischo Out Of Muskegon
    28-Jan-2015

    Grace have signed Muskegon High School standout forward Daniel Sischo. The forward earned All-Conference honorable mention as a sophomore, All-Conference 1st Team as a Junior, All-Conference 1st Team as a Senior. Daniel earned an incredible award by being named to the All Area Dream Team. During his high school career, Sischo, a player with a keen eye for goal, scored astonishing 61 goals in 75 games, and added 26 assist. Full Article >

    Grace Tigers sign first recruit for Class of 2015, Sean Kelley
    27-Jan-2015

    Grace Bible College men’s basketball head coach Gary Bailey and assistant coach Lee Ash traveled up north to the Ludington area Tuesday morning to sign their first recruit for the 2015 class, Sean Kelley. Full Article >

    Tigers fall to NCAA DII GLIAC leader, Saginaw Valley State
    27-Jan-2015

    After three straight wins at home, the Grace Bible College Tigers traveled to the eastside of the state to take on the Cardinals of Saginaw Valley State University (NCAA DII). After hanging around with the Cardinals for a good portion of the first half, the talented Cardinals were able to pull away eventually on their way to a 101-68 win. Full Article >

    Men's JV wins thriller at home over Davenport JV
    27-Jan-2015

    The Grace Bible College men’s junior varsity basketball team won their second game of the season Monday night, in what turned out to be a thrilling game with the Davenport University Panthers’ junior varsity squad. Full Article >