Womens Basketball

    Tigers Lose On The Road
    27-Jan-2015

    "When you shoot 23% and have 21 turnovers you can not expect to be in the game", said Coach Renzema. "We just have to put this game behind us and get back to the basketball we have been playing". The Tigers got off to a bad start and were never able to get it back together. Indiana University Northwest is a very good basketball and the ladies from Grace would have to play their very best to have a chance but it did not happen. Full Article >

    Follow the Tigers against NCAA DII Saginaw Valley State University and IUNW
    26-Jan-2015

    Please see this article for options to follow tonight's MBB game at Saginaw Valley State University, and WBB game at Indiana University-Northwest. Full Article >

    Lady Tigers sink USCAA #4 Lakers, 66-51
    24-Jan-2015

    The Lady Tigers took on Silver Lake College Saturday afternoon at the Aldrich Athletic Center, as they looked to avenge a 71-68 loss earlier in the season to the Lady Lakers. It would be no easy feat, as the Lady Lakers came into the game ranked #4 in the nation in the USCAA Division I. Full Article >

    Balanced Scoring Gives Tigers Win #13
    22-Jan-2015

    The Tigers used a balanced scoring attack again to defeat Andrews University 65-20. Three players had 14 points, Hannah Wight, Anna Iwaniw and Megan Scholtens followed by Abby Schultz with 10, Kitty Yanik 6, Debbie Pekel 4 and Emily Koerner 3. Hannah had 6 assists followed by Abby with 4. Anna had 11 rebounds and Emily followed with 8. Full Article >

    Iwaniw named NCCAA Player of the Week
    20-Jan-2015

    Junior forward Anna Iwaniw was named the NCCAA Player of the Week for her performances last weekend in wins against Kuyper College and Mount Mary University. Full Article >

    Tigers Win On The Road
    18-Jan-2015

    The Tigers continued their hot shooting with a 74-61 win at Mount Mary University. The ladies hit 14 threes in a hard fought battle in Milwaukee Saturday night. Anna Iwaniw lead the way hitting 4 of 5 from behind the arc and finishing the game with 23 points and 15 rebounds. The Tigers were a little short handed as they played without starting center Emily Koerner, who stayed home with the flu. Kitty Yanik picked up the slack with 6 points and 7 rebounds. The score at half time was 44-28 but the ladies never quit and several times cut the score 6 points. The Tigers had to play the last 28 seconds with only 4 players because of foul trouble. Full Article >

    Abby Schultz Leads Tigers To CrossCup Victory
    16-Jan-2015

    The Tigers, behind Abby's Schultz hot outside shooting, defeated Kuyper College in the annual Cross Cup Game 91 to 43. Abby was 6 for 7 from the three point line and ended the game with 24 points. The ladies slowly increased the lead the first half and lead at half time 41 to 19. The Tigers continued to build the lead in the second half with some fine outside shooting. Both teams shot well from the Free Throw line with Kuyper hitting 9 of 11 and the Tigers hitting 15 of 17. "This was again a total team effort" said Coach Renzema, "all 7 players scored with 4 in double figures". Full Article >

    Scholtens earns NCCAA Player of the Week honors!
    06-Jan-2015

    Megan Scholtens, a sophomore guard from Grant, MI, shot 9-11 from the field, and 5-7 from beyond the arc in a huge regional win over last year's NCCAA DII National Champions, Maranatha Baptist University. She finished the 86-70 victory with 23 points on her efficient shooting, and also contributed 5 assists. Full Article >

    Tigers Lose In Shoot Out
    06-Jan-2015

    In a game that saw 52 three point shots the Tigers lost 82 to 72. The ladies went into half time with a 6 point lead 43-37 having only 3 turnovers in the half. The long lay off during Christmas break took it's toll as the Tigers tired and committed some uncharacteristic turnovers. In a 3 minute span the ladies fell behind by 10 and were never able to come back. Full Article >

    Speed Hurts Tigers
    30-Dec-2014

    In a back and forth game with 11 ties and 11 lead changes turn overs were the difference. The Tigers had 21 compared to Marygroves 9. Half time saw the Ladies up by 2, 33-31. It stayed tight in the second half until midway through the period when Marygrove hit several 3's and took a small lead. The Tigers were unable to come back and loss 75 to 65. Full Article >


 

  • 01/16/15:  Grace 74, Mount Mary 62
  • 01/15/15:  Grace 91, Kuyper 43
  • 01/06/15:  Mid-Michigan 82, Grace 72
  • 12/30/14:  Marygrove 75, Grace 65
  • 12/29/14:  Davenport 100, Grace 56
  • 12/13/14: Grace 86, Maranatha 70
  • 12/6/14: Grace 71, Moody Bible 61
  • 12/5/14: Grace 64, Maranatha Baptist 62
  • 11/22/14:  Grace 73, Ozark Christian 65
  • 11/21/14:  Grace 57, Faith Baptist 33
  • 11/15/14:  Grace 81, Toccoa Falls 76
  • 11/14/14:  Pensacola Christian 65, Grace 57
  • 11/13/14:  Grace 78, #6 Johnson University 74
  • 11/8/14:  Silver Lake 71, Grace 68
  • 11/7/14:  Grace 97, Crossroads College 13