Womens Basketball

    Lady Tigers Coast to 68-29 Victory Over Andrews

    After a tough win over Moody the night before, the Lady Tigers came out a bit sluggish on offense against the Cardinals of Andrews University Thursday night. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers Work Overtime to Beat Moody, 77-73

    Sequels very often do not live up to their hype, but that was certainly not the case in the re-match between the GBC Lady Tigers and the Archers of Moody Bible Institute. The Archers won a tightly contested battle just 10 days ago in Chicago and both teams expected another intense battle ths time around at the Aldrich Athletic Center. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers Split Games in Missouri

    The Lady Tigers had themselves a very long road trip to Joplin, Missouri to take on Ozark Christian on Friday night. Due to weather conditions, it took nearly 14 hours to finally arrive at their destination. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers Use Dominant Second Half to Retain Cross Cup

    The Lady Tigers traveled across town to take on the rival Cougars of Kuyper College in the annual Cross Cup Game on Tuesday. Full Article >

    Grace Suffers a Tough Loss at Moody 68-64

    After a nice victory over Lincoln Christian at home on Friday night, the Lady Tigers took to the road early on Saturday to take on the Archers of Moody. Full Article >

    Defense and Balanced Scoring Leads Lady Tigers to 63-52 Victory Over Lincoln Christian

    The Lady Tigers got off to a bit of a sluggish start Friday night against Lincoln Christian as the Red Lions came in looking to make a statement against the host Tigers. Full Article >

    Familiar Face Re-Joins Lady Tiger Team

    December 7 is a very memorable day for a lot of people from the WWII generation. For Kim Kamp, December 7, 2012 is a day she will never forget. On that night in Tennessee, Kim jump stopped to attempt a shot and her knee buckled. Unfortunately for her, she tore her ACL and her freshman season was over. After a long rehabilitation process, Kim has rejoined the Lady Tigers for the remainder of the 2014 season. Full Article >

    Travel-Weary Tigers Overcome Florida College 62-52

    The Lady Tigers spend all day Monday traveling to Florida and didn't arrive to their accommodations until 3 AM Tuesday. They didn't have long to recover as they took on the Falcons of Florida Christian Tuesday evening in Temple Terrace, Florida. Full Article >

    Florida Journal - Days 1 and 2

    Junior Marissa Pelletier and Sophomore Katie Allers share the team's experiences from the first two days of the Florida trip. The Lady Tigers were able to come away with a 10-point victory in their first of two games to be played during their time there, over Florida College. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers Earn Two Victories at Midwest Regional Tip-Off

    The Lady Tigers played their first two regional games of the season over the weekend at Lincoln Christian University in Lincoln, Illinois and came away with two victories. The Tigers opened on Friday night against the home team, the much improved Red Lions of Lincoln Christian University. The game was a tale of two halves as the first half was a defensive battle as the Lady Tigers held the hosts in check and went into the half with a 28-15 lead. The Red Lions feature two of the top scorers in the region in Tatiana Colclasure and Moriah Kirkpatrick, and they began to find the range in the second half. The Tigers held a double digit lead until late in the game when Colclasure and Kirkpatrick got hot from beyond the 3 point line. Lincoln closed the gap to five with under two minutes to play on a 3 pointer, but the Tigers held their composure down the stretch and made their free throws to seal the 67-61 victory. Full Article >