An image
  • Grace College will celebrate its most recent national champion on Saturday.



    Grace’s women’s golf team, the 2019 NCCAA national champions, will be honored during halftime of the men’s basketball game on Saturday.
  • Fourth-Quarter Lead Slips For Grace
    race College’s women’s basketball team was five minutes away from a pivotal win against Indiana Wesleyan on Wednesday.

    But a late charge from IWU gave the visiting Wildcats a 66-62 victory at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Grace Drops Thriller Vs No. 2 IWU
    Grace men’s basketball team lost a heartbreaker Tuesday night to No. 2 Indiana Wesleyan, falling 87-85.

    This is the second straight NAIA Top-10 team the Lancers lost by two points or less.
  • Grace’s Beatty Tabbed As League’s Athlete Of The Week
    Freshman Isaac Beatty was named the Crossroads League Track Athlete of the Week on Monday for Grace’s track and field team.

    Beatty won two events over the weekend at the IWU Invitational. He won the 1,000-meter race with a time of 2:38.35.
  • Pair of records fall at IWU
    Grace’s track and field team continued its indoor season with the Indiana Wesleyan Invitational on Saturday.



    The Lancers set two school records and had an NAIA “A” qualifier in the indoor meet.
  • Grace’s women’s basketball team notched a crucial road win on Saturday, defeating Mt. Vernon Nazarene 74-72.



    Kyannah Stull paced the offense with 24 points, including four 3-pointers.
  • Cougars escape Top-25 clash with Grace
    Grace’s first game this season as a ranked team was a barnburner.
  • Lady Lancers Lock Up Spring Arbor In Rout
    An impressive defensive performance led Grace College’s women’s basketball team to an 85-47 victory over Spring Arbor on Wednesday.
  • Lancers Break Into NAIA Poll
    Under the direction of first year head coach Scott Moore, Grace’s men’s basketball team has earned a spot in the NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll.
  • Grace To Offer Esports In Fall Of 2020
    Grace College is expanding its athletic programs to include esports. The program will be led in its inaugural season by head coach Andrew Palladino.

    The Lancers are the third Crossroads League school to announce an esports team and join a number of schools in the area fielding a competitive esports squad.
  • Sons Earns First Player Of The Week Recognition
    Trio of tracksters win weekly award honors; Lancers fall to No. 15 Spring Arbor
  • Lancers Outlast No. 17 USF In OT
    For the second straight game, Grace College’s men’s basketball team went on the road and upset a ranked team.

    Charlie Warner sank the game-deciding free throw with just over a minute left in overtime, securing a 77-76 victory for the Lancers against No. 17 St. Francis.
  • Sons Scores 1,000th Point As Grace Upsets No. 9 Bethel
    Grace College’s men’s basketball team continued its hot start to the Crossroads League season with a marquee victory on Wednesday.

    The Lancers (12-5, 4-1 CL) upended No. 9 Bethel 100-95 on the road, remaining in a tie atop the league standings.
  • Lady Lancers Dominate Bethel
    Grace College’s women’s basketball team nearly topped the century mark in a 98-77 victory over Bethel on Wednesday.

    The Lady Lancers led a balanced attack with five players scoring in the double-digits, highlighted by 22 points from Kyannah Stull. Grace continued its recent dominance over Bethel, winning its seventh straight in the series.

    Grace’s defense created chaos as usual, forcing 31 turnovers.
  • Grace Nearly Sinks No. 5 Marian, Falls In OT
    No. 8 Knights escape Grace’s upset bid



  • Lancers Start New Year With Big Win
    Grace’s men’s basketball team picked up another win to end a successful non-conference season.

    The Lancers beat Great Lakes Christian 87-68 on Thursday at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center. Two players for Grace had double-doubles, and four players scored in double figures in a balanced effort.
  • Grace Cruises Over Ohio Christian At Bankers Life Fieldhouse
    Stull named league’s Player of the Week
  • Lady Lancers Roll To 25-Point Win Over Holy Cross
    Grace’s women’s basketball team picked up its 11th win of the season with a 85-60 victory at Holy Cross on Saturday.

    The Lady Lancers (11-3), who are getting votes in the NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll, forced Holy Cross into 29 turnovers in a smothering defensive performance.
  • Shooting Woes Hurt Lady Lancers At Home
    Grace’s women’s basketball team suffered its worst offensive output of the season, falling 74-64 to Concordia on Friday.

    The Lady Lancers (10-3), who averaged 92.0 points per game entering Friday’s contest, were held to their lowest point total of the year. Grace shot 30 percent or worse in each half.
  • Grace To Host HS Boys’ Basketball Tournament On Saturday
    Grace College will host the third annual boys’ basketball Champions of Character Classic on Saturday.

    Ten teams will descend on the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center for the classic. The five-game classic will tip off at 1:30 p.m.

    Tickets for the day are $10 at the door. No tickets will be sold in advance.
  • Grace’s Aalbue Named NCCAA Player Of The Year
    Hill ends career as an All-American; Drake picks up third Player of Week honor; Grace beats Westcliff in California
  • hree Lancers earn All-American honors
    A trio of Grace men’s soccer players were given All-American recognition at the end of the season.

    Marcelo Talamas highlighted the Lancers’ awards after being named honorable mention NAIA All-American to go along with Third Team NCCAA All-American.
  • Grace WBB Secures Dramatic Upset Of No. 20 Tigers
    Grace College’s women’s basketball team battled back from a 17-point deficit to upset No. 20 Olivet Nazarene on the road.

    Vironnica Drake scored the game-winning basket with 4.9 seconds remaining, lifting the Lady Lancers to a wild 95-93 victory on Thursday.

    Grace (10-2) is off to its best start in program history. The Lady Lancers notched their second straight Top 25 upset and moved into the “receiving votes” section of the NAIA Top 25 Poll on Wednesday.
  • Grace Men’s Hoops Surges To Fourth Straight Victory
    Grace’s men’s basketball cruised to its fourth straight win with a 77-65 victory over Holy Cross on Wednesday.

    The Lancers (8-3) used a strong second-half performance to pull away from the Saints (9-4).
  • Mid-America Christian Tops Grace In NCCAA Title Match
    A memorable season ended in defeat for Grace College’s men’s soccer team at the 2019 NCCAA national championship game.

    The Lancers lost 5-0 to Mid-America Christian on Saturday night at Austin-Tindall Sports Complex. Grace was making its third trip to the NCCAA title game and first since 1976.
  • Grace’s women’s basketball team continued its hot start, defeating No. 21 Huntington 88-73 on Saturday.

    The Lady Lancers’ top scoring threats put on a sizzling performance. Vironnica Drake and Kamryn Hostetler each topped 20 points with Kyannah Stull right behind at 19.
  • Lancer Men’s Basketball Prevails In Crossroads Thriller
    Grace’s men’s basketball team won a thrilling contest over Huntington 73-71 on Saturday afternoon. Jaret Sons hit a pair of free throws with less than a second left to secure the dramatic victory.
  • Lancer Tracksters Open Indoors At Purdue-Fort Wayne
    Grace College’s 2019-20 track and field season officially got underway on Saturday with the Mastodon Invitational at Purdue-Fort Wayne.

    The Lancers posted several impressive finishes, including one NAIA national qualifier, three new school records and several personal bests.

    Freshman Lyne Camara had a stellar day, setting school records in the 60-meter dash (7.84 seconds) and the 200 (26.02). Both results just missed NAIA qualifying standards. Camara also blitzed a 58.5 leg in the 4x400 relay.
  • Lancers Pull Upset, To Play For NCCAA Title Today
    Grace’s men’s soccer team finds itself 90 minutes away from hoisting a championship trophy for the first time in program history.

    Ivan Santagiuliana scored the winning goal in the first half, and the Lancers upset top-seed Campbellsville 1-0 on Friday in the NCCAA national semifinals.
  • Hill Repeats As NCCAA Susan Hellings Award Winner
    Lancer Men’s Soccer Advance To NCCAA Semifinals; No. 15 Taylor Shoots Past Grace
  • Grace Falls To No. 3 Racers At NAIA Nationals
    A hallmark season for Grace’s women’s soccer team came to an end on Tuesday.

    The Lady Lancers lost 3-0 to No. 3 Northwestern Ohio in the round of 16 at the NAIA National Championships.
  • Strong Second Half Leads To Lancers’ Win
    The Grace College men’s basketball team picked up their second straight Crossroads League victory with an 81-79 defeat at Taylor on Tuesday.

    The Lancers (6-3, 2-0 CL) used a second-half surge, outscoring the Trojans 49-32 after the intermission to remain perfect in early conference play.

    Grace won its first two league games for the first time since 2007-08, when current head coach Scott Moore was a senior point guard for the Lancers.

    Haden Deaton was a force on Tuesday night with 19 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. Jaret Sons added 19 points of his own to go along with six rebounds.
  • Balanced Scoring Leads Lancer Men’s Hoops To Victory
    Grace College’s men’s basketball team kicked off the Crossroads League season in style with a 92-78 win over Goshen on Tuesday.

    The Lancers (5-3, 1-0 CL) had five players score in double figures and shot 56 percent from the floor in an efficient performance.

    Matt Jennings was sensational with 24 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals to pace Grace’s attack.
  • Grace To Host Star-Studded HS Tournament
    Ten elite high school teams will converge at the five-game classic, held at Grace’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Crossroads League Announces Volleyball Award Winners
    The Crossroads League announced its 2019 Volleyball All-League Team on Tuesday, three days after Indiana Wesleyan claimed the CL Tournament Championship over fellow regular season co-champion Marian.
  • Lady Lancers Set Program Scoring Record In Rout Of Holy Family
    Bears Best Lancers In Hoops For Hope; Lancers Place High At NCCAA Nationals
  • Grace Earns 1st Ranking From NAIA
    History continues to be made by Grace College’s women’s golf team.
  • Grace's Season Concludes In CL Semifinals
    Grace’s volleyball team wrote the final chapter in the 2019 season on Wednesday.

    The Lady Lancers fell on the road to No. 12 Marian 3-0 in the semifinals of the Crossroads League Tournament. Grace ends the year with a record of 17-18.
  • Grace Basketball To Play At Bankers Life Fieldhouse
    Grace College’s men’s basketball team will be showcased at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Dec. 30.

    The Lancers will take on Ohio Christian at the home of the NBA’s Indiana Pacers at 5:30 p.m.
  • Grace Basketball To Host Cancer Benefit Tourney
    The annual Hoops for Hope Tournament will be played this weekend at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Grace’s Upset Bid Falls Short To No. 4 Indiana Tech
    In the fourth quarter on Tuesday, Grace’s women’s basketball team was within four points of No. 4 Indiana Tech.

    But the Lady Lancers (4-1) sputtered late on the road, allowing the Warriors (3-1) to claim a 90-76 victory.

    Vironnica Drake was sensational on the night, a day after being named the NCCAA National Player of the Week. Drake poured in a career-high 32 points to go along with 11 rebounds and two steals.
  • Grace Roundup: Drake Tabbed As NCCAA National Player Of The Week
    Lancers Denied Win By Buzzer Beater; Grace Upsets USF To Reach Semifinals; Women’s Soccer Falls At Marian; Lady Lancers Clear 100 In Win; Grace Takes On Crossroads League Championships
  • Crossroads League Announces Cross Country Award Winners
    CL Announces Athletes of the Week For Nov. 4-10



  • Crossroads League in the NAIA National Polls
    The NAIA recently announced its latest Top-25 Polls for the sports of volleyball, soccer and golf. The Crossroads League had 16 teams ranked or receiving votes in those polls and currently boasts 26 teams ranked inside the Top-25.
  • Lancers Suffer First Defeat Of The Year In Ohio Tournament
    Grace’s men’s basketball team was tripped up in its first trip away from home, falling to Michigan-Dearborn 69-58 on Friday.

    The game was the opener of a tournament held at Rio Grande (Ohio).
  • Lady Lancers Hold At No. 17 In NAIA Poll
    VB?Sweeps Huntington On Senior Night
  • Crossroads League Soccer Piles Up 18 CoSIDA Academic All-District Honors
    The Crossroads League placed 18 student-athletes on the 2019 CoSIDA Men’s and Women’s Academic All-District Soccer Teams on Thursday. Six of the CL’s 10 institutions collected at least one award, with Taylor accounting for eight, Spring Arbor taking five, Grace claiming two and Mount Vernon Nazarene, Saint Francis and Indiana Wesleyan all claiming one.
  • Grace Holds Sportsmanship Summit For Northern Lakes Conference

    Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed student-athletes from the high schools of the Northern Lakes Conference for a Sportsmanship Summit on Monday. Student-athletes from the NLC schools attended the summit, which was designed to educate student-athletes about sportsmanship and character training in athletics.

  • No. 17?Grace WSOC Advances In Penalty-Kick Thriller
    Golden Goal Bounces Grace From CL Tourney; Lancer VB Comes Up Short In Upset Bid; Lancers Men’s Hoops Completes Perfect Opening Weekend
  • Lancers Win Season Opener
    Grace College’s men’s basketball team started the season in style with a 77-66 win over Lincoln Christian on Friday.

    The Lancers (1-0) won the first game of Scott Moore’s head coaching career at Grace, taking over from retired NAIA Hall of Famer Jim Kessler.
  • Lady Lancers’ Early Volleyball Lead Slips At Taylor
    Grace College’s volleyball team was unable to pick up a late-season road win on Wednesday, falling at Taylor 3-1.

    The Lady Lancers (15-16, 9-7 Crossroads League) won the opening set, but they were unable to maintain that momentum against the Trojans (19-15, 8-8 CL).
  • 2019-20 Lancers Poised For First Year Under Moore
    For the first time in 42 years, someone new will be leading Grace’s men’s basketball team.

    Scott Moore will handle his first game as head coach of the Lancers on Friday, taking the reins from retired NAIA Hall of Famer Jim Kessler. Moore was grateful for the lessons learned under Kessler’s tutelage and looked forward to imprinting his own style at the helm of the program.

    “Learning how to lead is a lifelong process. I’ve been coaching people for a long time, and that’s what this is,” Moore said. “You’re teaching basketball but ultimately coaching people. Coach [Kessler] taught us that you have to love your players first. The foundation of this program isn’t changing from that.”
  • Grace Pair Sweep Weekly League Awards
    Young Named NCCAA Golfer Of The Week
  • Talmas, Wottring, Mangas Among CL Weekly Honorees
    The Crossroads League Athletes of the Week were announced on Monday, recognizing the top athletes from the week of Oct. 21-27. Sports Information Directors from the league nominate student-athletes for the award and vote on each week’s winners.
  • Lady Lancers Roll Over Cornerstone
    Lancer Cross Country Gets Final Tuneup In Michigan