News & Events

    Senior Aubree Domsic Honored with Frank Vanderlaan Award
    17-Apr-2015

    Domsic named 2015 recipient of Grace’s highest athletic award Full Article >

    Tigers sign athletic 6'2" guard, Caleb Anderson
    17-Apr-2015

    The Grace Bible College Tigers men’s basketball staff added another high school standout to the 2015-16 roster this week in Caleb Anderson, out of Shelby, Michigan. Caleb is the son of Jim and Tracy, and a younger brother to Gabriel. Caleb is an athletic 6’2” guard, and comes from a great basketball program under head coach Rick Zoulek at Shelby High School. Full Article >

    Hometown Standout Nick Staten commits to Grace
    14-Apr-2015

    The Grace men's basketball program has locked in another quality recruit in 6'4" guard Nick Staten out of Wyoming High School. Nick has been a key player for the last three seasons at Wyoming HS, earning multiple #1 spots in Wyoming Wolves basketball record books. See the article for more details. Full Article >

    Meet the new Cross Country coach: Gerry Verwey
    09-Apr-2015

    The Grace Bible College athletics department has announced the hiring of a new men's and women's head cross country coach, Gerry Verwey. Gerry is a 1996 graduate of Grand Haven High School, where he competed in both cross country in track. He then went on to run cross country, and indoor & outdoor track at Grand Valley State University from 1996-2000 where he served as team captain. Full Article >

    Staff Infection earns #1 seed with redemption win
    08-Apr-2015

    The Staff Infection defeated Serves You Right Tuesday evening 3-0, with game totals of 25-19, 25-15, 25-17. At the start of the first game, it looked as if Serves You Right was going to coast to victory, jumping out to a 9-1 lead, but a comeback win swung the momentum for the remainder of the match for the Staff Infection. Full Article >

    Grace Men Man Up and Do Manly Things at Man Day 2015
    08-Apr-2015

    Bacon, sledgehammers, axes, dirt bikes, and general mayhem all made appearances as men at Grace Bible College reveled in manliness. Full Article >