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  • Grace Edged Out By No. 8 Knights
    Grace’s volleyball team could not deal No. 8 Marian its first defeat of the season.

    The Lady Lancers lost 3-1 to the Knights as Marian improved to 14-0 on the season.
  • Gina Novotny etched her name in history on Wednesday night for Grace’s volleyball team.



    Novotny became the program’s all-time leader in digs during Grace’s 3-1 defeat to Huntington at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.



  • Grace College’s women’s soccer team rolled by Rochester 7-0 on Wednesday afternoon.



    The Lady Lancers (5-2) scored two goals in the first half and exploded for five markers in the second half to cruise to the dominant victory.



  • Arguis named NCCAA, CL Defender of the Week
    Conci earns league Defender of the Week
  • Lancer Men Set Team Time Record in Season Opener
    Lady Lancers Open Season Against Stellar Competition; Grace VB?Completes Comeback Over The Cougars
  • Grace College Wednesday Recap
    Lady Lancers collect road win, Grace unable to halt MVNU’s win streak
  • Grace gives NAIA No. 1 Vikings a scare
    Grace College’s men’s soccer team came up just short of knocking off the No. 1 ranked and defending NAIA national champion Missouri Valley College (MVC) on Monday.



    The Lancers led MVC at halftime, but two second half markers for the Vikings halted the upset bid as Grace lost 2-1.



  • No. 6 Fire escape upset bid by No. 14 Grace
    Grace’s women’s soccer team nearly completed the upset of No. 6 Southeastern on Saturday.



    In the highly anticipated Top-25 showdown, No. 14 Grace led by two goals in the second half. But the Fire showcased their offensive prowess, coming from behind to win 3-2 at 1st Source Bank Field.



  • Lancers tripped up by No. 17 Pioneers
    OLATHE, Kan. – Grace College’s men’s soccer team went toe to toe with No. 17 MidAmerica Nazarene (MNU) but fell by a final score of 2-0.



    Matteo Conci got his fifth start of the season and made four saves for the Lancers (2-3).



  • A hard-fought match went Taylor’s way on Wednesday, spoiling the home opener for Grace’s volleyball team.



    All three sets of the 3-0 sweep were tightly contested, including two sets which went to extra points.
  • LAKELAND, Fla. – For the second straight match, Grace’s men’s soccer team went to overtime with its opponent.



    Unfortunately for Grace, the Lancers (2-2) came up short in extra time again, suffering a 3-2 defeat at Southeastern on Saturday.



  • PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Grace’s women’s soccer team won its second straight match in the early days of the season, routing Point Park 3-0 on Saturday.



    Grace has now won its past two outings by a combined score of 9-0, including a 6-0 win over Saint Mary one week ago.



  • Lancers Falter In OT To No. 7 St. Thomas
    Raymond accepts position at Westmont College
  • The Grace men’s and women’s cross country teams begin the 2021 season with appearances in their respective national polls.



  • The Grace women’s tennis team enters the 2021-22 season on the heals of another stellar campaign. Despite the setbacks and delays caused by COVID, the Lancers tied a school record with 14 wins a year ago and finished third in the Crossroads League for the third straight year. Coach Marcus Moore was voted the NCCAA National Coach of the Year at the conclusion of the season.



  • Lancer Tennis Looks To Build Off Of Huge 2020 Season
    Coming off a NCCCA National Championship, a Sweet 16 finish in the NAIA, and a school record for wins in a season, the Lancer men’s tennis team has a tall order in front of them if they want to show improvement in 2021-22. However, with six of their top seven players returning—including three All-Crossroads League honorees—Coach Andy Lewis and the Lancers appear to have the ingredients of another stellar campaign.

    “If we continue to compete as a team and play for each other, I believe we can be even better this year,” said Lewis.
  • Lancer Womens XC Enter Uncharted Territory
    “Keep climbing” could be the rallying cry for the women’s cross country program in 2021. They took significant steps a year ago, receiving votes in the NAIA polls for the first time in school history and qualifying two individuals for the NAIA championships for the first time since 1985.
  • Grace Duo Named Players Of The Week
    Novotny earns league Defender of the Week award
  • Lancer Cross Country Hopes Experience Pays Off
    Growth. Development. Maturation.

    The definition of any of those words is what Coach Jake Poyner hopes describes his men’s cross country squad. After being one of the youngest teams mentioned in the NAIA polls a year ago, the goal for 2021 is to show continued improvement and establish a place among the elite teams in country.
  • Grace Soccer, Volleyball Enjoy Successful Weekend
    Lady Lancers Explode For Six Goals In Win; Second-half outburst propels Lancers ; Novotny tops 2,000 digs for Grace
  • Lady Lancers Open Season With Two Wins
    The 2021 campaign for Grace’s volleyball team began in perfect fashion on Friday.

    The Lady Lancers won twice at the season-opening tournament at Warner University (Fla.), beating Truett McConnell 3-0 and Warner 3-1.
  • Young Lady Lancers Excited To Take The VB Court
    Grace College’s volleyball team will feature a young, hungry squad on the court in 2021.

    Of the 17 players on Grace’s roster, eight are starting their first collegiate seasons. Three more players are beginning their second year, resulting in a youth-infused squad.
  • Offense Shines In Lancers’ Mens Soccer Opener
    The 2021 season for Grace’s men’s soccer team started in impressive fashion with a 3-0 win over Trinity International on Tuesday.

    The Lancers’ three goals were scored by newcomers, netting all three after halftime.

    Grace finished the match with a 16-7 advantage in shot attempts and a 9-3 edge in shots on goal. Martim Cardoso took the spotlight, scoring twice in his Lancer debut.
  • Grace College Sports Shorts
    Lancer soccer lands in preseason poll, Lady Lancers among NAIA elite
  • Lancer Men’s Soccer Aims To Build On Championship Season
    For the first time in program history, Grace’s men’s soccer team enters the fall season with a new title: defending national champions.

    The Lancers enjoyed a storybook season last year, claiming the 2020 NCCAA national championship by routing rival Bethel 4-0.

    Grace progressed to earn an at-large spot in the NAIA National Championships during the spring, marking the squad’s third trip to NAIA Nationals.

    This fall, head coach Arron Patrick has Grace’s sights set on a longer stay at NAIAs.
  • Grace Women’s Soccer Up For A Challenge This Fall
    The national reputation for Grace College’s women’s soccer program has been established. Now, the Lady Lancers are hungry for more.

    Under the watchful guidance of head coach Michael Voss, the Lady Lancers have taken monumental steps as a program. Voss, now in his 15th year as the winningest coach in program history, has led Grace to a perennial ranking in the NAIA Top 25.
  • Lancers Achieve Academic Excellence
    The Grace College athletic department continued to impress in the classroom for the 2020-21 year, achieving a record academic performance.

    For the fifth straight season, all of Grace’s varsity programs hit their academic mark by achieving a team GPA of 3.00 or greater. As a result, each team will qualify for the NAIA/NCCAA Scholar-Team award.
  • Moffitt chosen to lead Grace’s track and field program
    Grace College is pleased to announce Michael Moffitt Jr. as the next head coach of Grace’s track and field program.



    Moffitt served as the director of track and field as well as cross country at Eastern University (Pa.) last year. In his first year, he coached 18 All-Conference performers, 3 conference champions and 1 NCAA national qualifier (who became an NCAA All-American).
  • Grace Track Gets Big Results At Little State Meet
    MARION, Ind. - The Grace track and field team continued to set high marks at the Indiana Little State Championships.
  • Grace Splits Pair Of Last-Inning Rallies
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Grace and Marian combined for a pair of memorable baseball games on Saturday in Crossroads League play.
  • Grace Soccer Falls In NAIA Tourney
    PULASKI, Tenn. - Grace’s women’s soccer team fell in the 85th minute to No. 4 Martin Methodist on Saturday in the NAIA Opening Round, officially ending Grace’s season with a 1-0 scoreline.
  • Lady Lancers Open NAIA Play With Shutout Win
    PULASKI, Tenn. - For the second straight year, Grace’s women’s soccer team met up with Benedictine (Kan.) in the NAIA National Championships.
  • O’Connor, Green Nab Player of the Week Honors
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - Two sprinters for Grace’s track and field team were honored with weekly awards on Monday.
  • Head Track Coach Raymond To Change Roles At Grace
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - Grace College’s athletic department is pleased to announce a change of responsibilities for Jeff Raymond.
  • Grace Lancers Set Three More School Track Records
    NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. – Grace’s track and field teams broke three more school records on Saturday at the Manchester Invitational.
  • Surging Offense Fuels Softball Win Over Lourdes
    SYLVANIA, Ohio – The Grace College softball team exploded for nine runs in game two of a doubleheader with Lourdes on Monday afternoon to earn the spilt.
  • Grace’s Stull Picks Up All-America Nod
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - Kyannah Stull wrapped up her illustrious career for Grace’s women’s basketball team as an All-American.
  • Grace Wins Series Final With SAU, Softball Splits With SFU
    SPRING ARBOR, Mich. - Grace’s baseball team concluded its four-game series with Spring Arbor on a positive note.
  • Grace Senior Haden Deaton Named NCCAA 1st Team All-American
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - Grace senior Haden Deaton has been named to the 2021 Men's Basketball NCCAA DI All-America First Team.
  • Grace Beats Goshen With Walkoff Rally
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - A wild comeback lifted Grace’s softball team to a split of Goshen on Tuesday.
  • Grace College Shooting Sports Club Shines At National Clay Competition
    WINONA LAKE, IND. -- The Grace Shooting Sports Club (GSSC) won several awards this past weekend during the Scholastic Clay Target Program Collegiate National Competition.
  • Lancers Grab Third Place At NCCAA Nationals
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. – Grace’s men’s basketball team ended the year with a win, claiming third place at the NCCAA National Championships with a 96-87 win over Alice Lloyd.
  • Grace's Plastow Sets School Record In 1500m
    COLUMBIA, S.C. - Grace’s track and field team began its outdoor campaign on Friday and Saturday with the Rams Invitational.
  • Grace Dominates Ecclesia To Close Season
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. – Grace's women's basketball team put an exclamation mark to the end of the season, beating Ecclesia 97-50 in the fifth-place game of the NCCAA National Championships.
  • Lancers Lose NCCAA?Tourney Nailbiter To Northwestern
    It was a matter of who made the last shot. In a highly competitive contest that saw Grace College trade basket after basket with the University of Northwestern the entire game, it was the Eagles who took the lead one last  time for a 79-76 win in the semifinals of the NCCAA?Championships on the Lancers’ home court.
  • Grace Rebounds To Top Rams At NCCAA Nationals
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - After a disappointing loss on Wednesday, Grace’s women’s basketball team rebounded on Thursday morning with a hot-shooting performance.
  • Lancers Begin NCCAA Tourney In Dominating Fashion
    Top-seeded Grace College handed eighth-seed SAGU American Indian College a 97-63 loss last night in the first round of the NCCAA?Championships on Grace’s home court in Winona Lake.
  • Grace Falls To Concordia In Tournament Opener
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - Grace’s women’s basketball team could not clinch the opening round of the 2021 NCCAA National Championships, falling 74-55 to Concordia on Wednesday.
  • Grace Softball Rallies For 1st Win Of Season Over Bethel
    MISHAWAKA, Ind. – Grace College’s softball team picked up its first win of the season in dramatic fashion on Tuesday afternoon.
  • Lancers Falter In Upset Bid At Kokomo
    KOKOMO, Ind. – Grace College’s baseball team fell 6-2 to IU Kokomo on Tuesday afternoon.
  • NCCAA Tournament Starts Today At Grace
    The NCCAA men's and women's DI basketball championships begin today at Grace College.
  • Lancers Clinch Automatic Bid To NCCAA Tourney
    WINONA LAKE - Grace’s men’s basketball team claimed the NCCAA Midwest Region championship on Friday, defeating Lancaster Bible 89-85.
  • Miranda Stars In No. 13 Rio Grande Upset
    RIO GRANDE, Ohio - Grace’s men’s soccer team added another ranked win to its season on Saturday.
  • March Madness Comes To Campus
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. – For basketball lovers, there may not be a better place to camp out than Grace College from March 17-20.
  • NCCAA?Tourney Returns To Grace
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. – Championship basketball is back in the community with the NCCAA National Championships hosted by Grace College.
  • The Penalty Box
    The Penalty Box: NCCAAs are coming back to Grace
  • Record Number Of Lancers Qualify For NAIA?Indoor Meet
    YANKTON, S.D. – Grace’s track and field team will end the indoor season this week in Yankton, S.D., for the 2021 NAIA National Championships.
  • Grace Lancers Split Opening Day Series
    FLORENCE, Ky. - After more than 11 months away from the diamond, Grace’s baseball team finally got back to playing on Thursday.
  • Grace Softball Ready To Take Diamond
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - Grace’s softball team has had its share of curveballs thrown its way over the past year.
  • Lancers Soccer Team Blows By Madonna
    BRIGHTON, Mich. - Grace’s men’s soccer team continued its strong play of late, taking down No. 14 Madonna 4-1 on Tuesday.
  • Lancers Set 9 New Records At League Indoor Championships
    WINONA LAKE, Ind. - Grace's track and field team wrapped up a memorable weekend on Saturday at the 2021 Crossroads League Indoor Championships.
  • Grace Ends Regular Season With Win
    Grace’s men’s basketball team earned its fourth straight victory to end the regular season, beating Huntington 93-86 on Saturday.
  • Deaton Leads Lancers To 16th Victory Of Season