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  • Grace duo claim All-American honors
    Fresh off winning their first national championship in program history, Grace’s women’s soccer team picked up numerous All-American awards.
  • Davidson Repeats As CL, NCCAA Player Of Week
    Frankie Davidson racked up more awards following another strong week for Grace’s men’s basketball team.

    For the second straight week, Davidson was named the NCCAA and Crossroads League Player of the Week. He’s been the league Player of the Week for three consecutive weeks.
  • Grace To Host Champions Of Character Classic On Dec. 18
    The fifth annual boys' basketball Champions of Character Classic is coming to Grace College on Dec. 18.

    Twelve elite high school teams will converge at the six-game classic, held at Grace's Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Grace Tops Trolls To Reach NCCAA Finals
    Grace’s Comeback Falls Short In NCCAA Semifinals
  • Lancers Win NCCAA Opener
    Grace’s men’s soccer team took care of business in its opening game at the 2021 NCCAA National Championships.
  • Davidson Honored As NCCAA, CL Player Of Week
    Following a remarkable performance for Grace’s men’s basketball team, Frankie Davidson was named the NCCAA and Crossroads League Player of the Week on Monday.
  • Grace Soccer Seeded Fourth At NCCAA Nationals
    Grace’s men’s soccer team grabbed the No. 4 seed in next week’s 2021 NCCAA National Championships.
  • Lancers Soccer Wins NCCAA Regional Championship
    Grace’s men’s soccer team locked up its spot in the 2021 NCCAA National Championship on Saturday.
  • Grace Women’s?Soccer Earns Top Seed At NCCAA Nationals
    Grace’s women’s soccer team has clinched its spot in the 2021 NCCAA National Championships.
  • Lady Lancers Earn Plethora Of All-League Awards
    Five members of Grace’s volleyball team were honored in the postseason All-Crossroads League awards.

    Gina Novotny, Anna Frey, Cassadi Colbert, Jenna Mueller and Alisha Leffring all picked up recognition for their outstanding seasons for the Lady Lancers.
  • Lancers’ Win Streak At Seven After OT Thriller
    Grace College’s men’s basketball team won its seventh straight game to open the season after beating Judson 84-79 Tuesday evening in overtime.
  • Five Lancers earn All-League honors
    Following an impressive regular season, Grace’s men’s soccer team had five players receive All-Crossroads League honors.

  • Grace XC Duo Sweep Weekly Awards
    Following a milestone performance for Grace’s cross country teams, two runners for Grace were named the NCCAA National Runners of the Week.
  • Grace Women's Soccer Headed To NAIA Nationals
    For the fourth straight season, Grace’s women’s soccer team is headed to the NAIA National Championships.
  • Grace College Men, Women Cross Country Take NCCAA Titles
    The historic season for the Grace College’s cross country teams continued at the NCCAA National Championships, with both the men’s and women’s teams bringing home national titles.

    The championships are the first for Grace in cross country, and mark the fifth and sixth NCCAA titles for Lancer athletics in the past three years. Overall, the school has claimed eight national titles.
  • Lancers Remain Perfect With Win Over Golden Bears
    Lancers top Tigers at Hoops for Hope
  • Lancers Fall In PK Shootout
    Grace’s men’s soccer team fell in heartbreaking fashion on Wednesday in the Crossroads League Tournament semifinals.

    The Lancers tied Indiana Wesleyan 0-0 after two overtimes, and the Wildcats escaped in a penalty kick shootout (4-3).
  • Grace Prepares For Hoops For Hope Tournament
    Grace’s men’s and women’s basketball teams once again prepare to host the annual Hoops for Hope cancer benefit tournament this Friday and Saturday.
  • MVNU Bounces Grace From CL Tourney
    Grace’s women’s soccer team suffered an upset in the Crossroads League Tournament on Saturday.

    The Lady Lancers (11-6-1) fell 2-1 to Mt. Vernon Nazarene in the quarterfinals at 1st Source Bank Field. Grace lost the game despite outshooting MVNU 13-8 in the match.
  • Lancers Mens Hoops Holds Off Mighty Oaks
    Grace’s men’s basketball team locked up its fourth straight win to start the season on Thursday.

    The Lancers defeated Oakland City 74-64 in Grace’s first road game of the year.
  • Lady Lancers Victorious Over Cougars
    Grace’s women’s basketball team improved to 3-0 on the young season with a win on Wednesday.

    The Lady Lancers recovered from a first-half deficit, muscling past IU Kokomo 69-58 on the road.

    Grace’s defense impressed, holding the Cougars to 37 percent shooting while also outrebounding IUK by 14.
  • Grace Men’s Basketball Wins Third Straight Blowout
    Grace’s men’s basketball team picked up its third consecutive blowout win to start the season, taking down Siena Heights 89-60 on Tuesday.
  • 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.
  • Lady Lancer Hoops Rolls To Win In Home Opener
    A suffocating defensive effort by Grace College’s women’s basketball team led to a blowout win on Saturday.

    The Lady Lancers rolled past Madonna 70-37 at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center in Grace’s home opener.
  • Grace Welcomes Fort Wayne Schools For Sportsmanship Summit
    Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed student-athletes from the high schools of the Fort Wayne area for a Sportsmanship Summit on Wednesday.
  • Lancers Win Season Opener By 14
    Grace’s women’s basketball team was victorious in its season opener, beating Cornerstone 70-56 on the road.

    Kiersten Poor enjoyed a career night, pouring in 21 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists on 9-of-15 shooting. Karlee Feldman impressed in her Grace debut, producing a double-double of 17 points, 13 rebounds and 3 assists.
  • Grace WBB Fields Deep, Tough Squad This Winter
    Grace College’s women’s basketball team is ready for the challenge of the 2021-22 season, armed with a deep, athletic squad.

    Under head coach Dan Davis, now in his fourth season, the Lady Lancers are bigger, faster and stronger than they’ve been in the past three years.
  • Grace’s Wilburn Claims NCCAA Individual Title
    Sophomore Parker Wilburn entered the NCCAA National Championships just hoping to make an impact for Grace's men's golf team. He will leave the Hammock Beach Ocean Course as the NCCAA Individual National Champion. His effort helped Grace place fourth in the team competition, matching the all-time best finishes established in 2016 and 2019.
  • Lancers’ Conci, Gruber Honored In Weekly Awards
    Two members of Grace’s men’s soccer team were honored for their performance following the Lancers’ two-win week.

  • Lancers topple league-leading Pilots; Lady Lancers battle No. 7 Marian
  • Grace Handles Foresters
    Grace’s volleyball team vanquished Huntington in four sets on Friday.

    Anna Frey was dominant for the Lady Lancers (11-15, 4-10 Crossroads League); the junior racked up 17 kills, 15 digs and 5 block assists to lead Grace to a critical road win.
  • Grace Womens Soccer Sails By Maple Leafs
    Grace steady at No. 15 in NAIA rankings; Lancers score late in dramatic win; Grace falls to No. 22 IWU in four; Grace Golf readies for NCCAA Nationals; Grace Cross Country in NAIA polls
  • Grace Women's Golf Wins Battle At The Henge
    Grace Men's Golf Compete in Michigan
  • Grace Spikers Earn Two Sweeps To Start Tourney
    Grace Men's XC Races Against the Elements;  Women's XC finishes runner-up at Bethel
  • Lady Lancers Slip To USF
    Grace’s volleyball team could not maintain its lead late in each set, falling 3-0 to St. Francis on Wednesday.
  • Lancers Tuesday Recap
    Rozas, Sandi Pick Up All-League Recognition, Lady Lancer Duo Named To The All-League Team, Lancers Sweep NCCAA Runners Of The Week

  • Dimitri: A Greek Cross Country Odyssey
    To his opponents on the course or track, Dimitri Margaritidis is known both as a quality competitor and as the guy whose name is tough to pronounce. To teammates, he's known as a hard worker and a quiet, but effective leader. His coaches know him as a dependable student-athlete who harbors a deep desire to succeed.
  • Grace Unveils 2021 Inductees For Lancer Hall Of Fame, Wyman To Coach Grace Bowling

  • Next week, longtime Grace men’s basketball head coach Jim Kessler will be recognized by the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame.

  • Grace Draws With Marian In Top-20 Showdown
    Lancers Fall In League Opener; Taylor Tops Lady Lancers
  • Grace Volleyball Wins Second Straight Match
    The Lady Lancers defeated Spring Arbor 3-1 in front of an energetic crowd at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Lancers Recap for 9/22
    Grace Takes Down Goshen On The Road, Men's XC Jumps into NAIA Top 35

  • Grace Women's Golf Ends Up 5th in Michigan
    Grace Men's Golf Plays at Treetops; Men's Tennis Advances to Semis
  • No. 13 Columbia Ekes Out Win Over Grace, No. 5 Cougars Pull Away After Halftime, Lady Lancers Outlasted By Pilots, Men's Tennis Stumbles At Marian
  • 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 c