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  • Twice a year, I have the honor of talking to high school students at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center as part of the Champions of Character initiative Grace College is so deeply imbedded in.
  • Grace Softball Falls In Nailbiter To Foresters
    Lancers’ Offense Quiet In Loss To Knights; Grace Sixth In League Championships
  • Lancers Slip To Knights Twice In Crossroads League Play
    Grace’s baseball team came up short against Marian on Monday in a doubleheader at Miller Athletic Complex.
  • Grace golfers in fourth after day 1 of CL Championship
    After one day and 36 holes at the Crossroads League Championship, Grace’s women’s golf team sits in fourth place.
  • Grace’s Bats Sharp In Split With Spring Arbor
    Grace’s softball team flexed its offensive muscle on Wednesday in a doubleheader against Spring Arbor.
  • Lancers Take One Of Two From Indiana Wesleyan
    Grace’s baseball team split a doubleheader on Tuesday with Indiana Wesleyan.
  • Grace Duo Named To All-Tournament Team Monday
    Grace’s women’s golf team placed five players in the top 10 at the IU Kokomo Classic on Monday.
  • Grace To Host NCCAA Track Championships Next Month
    The NCCAA National Track and Field Championships are coming back to Grace in May.
  • No. 22 Indiana Tech Edges Out Lancers
    Grace’s baseball team was unable to generate enough offense to upset No. 22 Indiana Tech on Wednesday, losing 6-2 on the road.
  • Lady Lancers Bounce Back On Day Two
    Grace’s women’s golf team produced a strong performance as it continues the spring season.
  • Grace Tracksters Produce Well At Taylor
    Grace’s track and field team won a pair of events and also set a school record on Saturday at the George Glass Invitational, hosted by Taylor University.
  • Lancer Baseball Extends Winning Streak To Three With Sweep Of Cougars
    Grace’s baseball team won its third straight game, sweeping St. Francis in a doubleheader on Saturday.
  • Grace Opens Up Coach Phil Dick Field With Doubleheader Split Against Bethel
    Grace’s softball team debuted its sparkling-new Coach Phil Dick Field on Saturday, and the Lady Lancers split with rival Bethel in the home opener.
  • MARION – The Grace College softball team was unable to generate enough offense in a 4-0 loss at No. 11 Indiana Wesleyan University on Wednesday.
  • Grace Names New Men's Soccer Coach
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College has announced the hiring of Arron Patrick as the next head coach for the men’s soccer team.
  • ADRIAN, Mich. – The Grace College baseball team was unable to pick up a win on the road Tuesday, falling to Siena Heights 8-2 and 4-0 in a nonconference doubleheader.
  • GOSHEN – Grace College’s softball team came up short in a doubleheader on Tuesday at Crossroads League foe Goshen College.

    The Maple Leafs kept Grace’s offense offbalance at the plate, and the Lady Lancers lost 6-0 and 4-2.
  • Grace Wins 3-Game Series In Thrilling Fashion
    WINONA LAKE – The Grace College baseball team was down to its final strike on Monday, trailing in the series-deciding game against Huntington University.
  • Lady Lancers Sharp In Spring Opener
    RICHMOND, Ky. – Grace College’s women’s golf team picked up a lot of hardware over the weekend at the Alice Lloyd Invitational.

    The Lady Lancers finished second as a team and had four players finish in the top six overall at Battlefield Golf Course.
  • WINONA LAKE – Five local golfers have committed to continue their careers for Grace College’s women’s team.
  • HUNTINGTON – Grace College’s softball team split its third straight series, taking 1 of 2 from Huntington University on Friday.
  • Lancers Rout League Foe Huntington
    WINONA LAKE – The Grace College baseball team picked up a marquee win, downing Crossroads League rival Huntington University 12-2 on Thursday in the Lancers’ home opener.
  • Grace’s Sugg Named All-American
  • Kessler, Godfrey Participate In All-Star Game
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Recently-retired Grace College men’s basketball coach Jim Kessler and senior player Logan Godfrey finished their careers Tuesday in the NAIA All-Star Game.
  • Grace Softball Team Splits With Spring Arbor
    SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – Grace College and Spring Arbor University split a pair of one-run softball games Tuesday in Crossroads League action.

    In the opener, the Cougars (11-9, 4-4 CL) came from behind to win 6-5 in extra innings. But the Lady Lancers (6-15, 2-7 CL) found revenge with a tightly contested 7-6 victory to end the day.
  • MISHAWAKA – Grace College’s softball team enjoyed an outburst of offense in a doubleheader Monday against Crossroads League rival Bethel.

    The Lady Lancers poured in 25 runs on 29 hits, blasting four home runs in the process. Grace won the opening game 13-5 in a run-rule, but Bethel got revenge by winning the second game 13-12.
  • MARION – Grace College’s track and field team officially opened up the outdoor season Saturday with the IWU Polar Bear Invitational.

    The Lancers had two field athletes hit the NAIA qualifying standard in the meet, both on the men’s side.
  • Hildebrand To Play Golf For Lady Lancers
    Warsaw Lady Tiger senior golf standout Julia Hildebrand will continue her academic and athletic careers at Grace College. Hildebrand earned three varsity letters in golf and earned Most Improved Player, and the Striving Toward Excellence Awards for coach Tad Nieter.  During her high school career she also participated in cross country and track and field for the Tigers.
  • MARION – The Grace College softball team was unable to maintain its early lead against No. 10 Indiana Wesleyan University Wednesday.
  • INDIANAPOLIS – The Grace College softball team was not able to keep up with No. 5 Marian University Tuesday, losing 9-0 and 2-0 on the road.
  • Grace Ends Season With Thriller At NCCAA Nationals
    Despite trailing by 14 points at halftime, Grace’s women’s basketball finished its season with a dramatic 68-62 comeback win over Roberts Wesleyan.
  • Lancers Sent Coach K Out With A Victory
    race College did everything it could to send its head coach out a winner, and it was more than enough to give Jim Kessler one last victory on the floor named for him.
  • Lady Lancers’ Valiant Effort Falls Short In NCCAA Semifinals
    Grace’s women’s basketball team went toe-to-toe with the defending NCCAA national champions on Thursday.
  • Lancers Roll Over Sentinels In NCCAA Consolation Semis
    In the second-to-last game of head coach Jim Kessler’s career, Grace’s men’s basketball team cruised to an 89-61 win over Nebraska Christian on Thursday morning.
  • Lady Lancers Roll In Tourney Opener
    WINONA LAKE – The Grace College women’s basketball team scored the first six points of its game on Wednesday night and never relented.

    The Lady Lancers (17-15) opened up the NCCAA National Championships in style with an 88-52 waltz over Bluefield College at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Bluefield College Rams Edge Grace Men
    WINONA LAKE – “We weren’t bad, we just weren’t as good as they were.”
  • NCCAA Tourney Tips Off With Service Projects, Banquet
    Over the course of the next four days, 16 basketball teams – eight men’s and eight women’s – will compete against each other in the NCCAA National Championships at Grace College’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • VERO BEACH, Fla. – The Grace College baseball team picked up its seventh straight win in the sweetest way imaginable — with a sweep of rival Bethel over the weekend.
  • CLERMONT, Fla. – Grace College’s softball team picked up a marquee win on Friday with a 6-4 victory over Northwestern Ohio.
  • Lancers Win Tournament Tuneup
    WINONA LAKE – In a final tuneup for next week’s NCCAA National Championships, the Grace College men’s basketball was impressive Thursday evening.
  • WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – Late in Wednesday’s game, Grace College’s baseball team found itself trailing 8-2 against Robert Morris.
  • WINONA LAKE – The Grace College men’s basketball team will host an NCCAA Regional game Thursday.
  • WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – A day after scoring 13 runs, Grace College’s baseball team upped that production even more on Tuesday.
  • Sweetwater Sound founder and CEO Chuck Surack emphasized his business values, as mirrored in the Boy Scout law, before some 400 agricultural, educational and community leaders Tuesday morning at the Fifth Annual Barn and Business Breakfast.
  • WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – The Grace College baseball team earned its first victory of the year on Saturday in Florida.
  • WINONA LAKE – The Grace College baseball team will have a new look as the 2019 season gets underway.
  • WESTFIELD – The Grace College baseball team fell twice in the season opener against Lourdes University on Wednesday.
  • Godfrey, Deaton Receive Accolades

    WINONA LAKE – Grace College men’s basketball players Logan Godfrey and Haden Deaton were named to the All-Crossroads League Team, announced on Wednesday.
  • WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s softball team is ready to hit the diamond.
  • NEW ALBANY – Head coach Sarah Harman started her career as Grace College’s softball coach with a sweep of IU Southeast on Monday.

    The Lady Lancers won 5-2 and 5-1 on the road to start the 2019 campaign.
  • Grace College's Coach K is more than statistics and accomplishments as he “retires.”
  • MARION – Grace College’s women’s basketball team made a valiant upset bid against No. 22 Indiana Wesleyan University on Tuesday.

    Brooke Sugg made a buzzer-beating three-pointer to send the Crossroads League Tournament opener to overtime, but the Lady Lancers (16-15) came up short in the extra period, falling 81-74 in the quarterfinals.
  • Kessler Leaving A Lasting Legacy
    WINONA LAKE – “Even a marathon has a finish line.”
  • Jim Kessler told the world Monday morning what has been on his heart this winter.
  • End Of An Era
    Grace College Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe talks about longtime men’s basketball coach Jim Kessler during a press conference this morning.
  • UPLAND – The strong late season play for Grace College’s men’s basketball team continued on Saturday with a 79-67 win at Taylor University.

    The Lancers (15-15, 5-13 Crossroads League) have now won four of their last six games to close out the regular season.
  • Stull Leads Lady Lancers Over Foresters
    WINONA LAKE – The Grace College women’s basketball team continued its winning ways with a 73-57 upset of Crossroads League rival Huntington University on Wednesday.
  • Second-Half Surge Lifts Lancers
    WINONA LAKE – Playing the final regular season home game of his college career, Logan Godfrey turned in a memorable performance Tuesday night at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • WINONA LAKE – The Grace College men’s basketball team could not keep up with the firepower of No. 11 Marian, losing 83-74 on Saturday.
  • WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s women’s basketball team was unable to sustain a second quarter lead, falling 71-62 to No. 7 Marian University on Saturday.
  • Hotchkin Takes Coaching Position At Alma Mater
    WINONA LAKE – Longtime Grace College men’s soccer coach Matt Hotchkin has accepted the head coaching position at Bob Jones University (S.C.).

    Hotchkin is returning to his roots with the move, having graduated from Bob Jones University.
  • FORT WAYNE – The late-season surge continued on Wednesday for Grace College’s women’s basketball team thanks to a 70-63 upset of 25th-ranked University of St. Francis.
  • FORT WAYNE – The Grace College men’s basketball team employed a dominant attack to beat University of St. Francis 92-89 on Wednesday.

    The Lancers (13-14, 3-12 Crossroads League) shot 57 percent as a team, including a 62 percent performance in the first half.
  • MISHAWAKA – The Grace College women’s basketball team completed a season sweep of rival Bethel, sinking the Pilots 79-66 on Saturday.

    The Lady Lancers (14-12, 8-6 Crossroads League) stretched their season-best winning streak to four games and continued to climb the league standings. Grace now sits in a three-way tie for fourth place with four games remaining in the regular season.
  • MISHAWAKA – Grace College’s men’s basketball team suffered its worst offensive output of the year in an 85-58 loss at No. 14 Bethel on Saturday.

    The Lancers scored their fewest points of the season, struggling in nearly every offensive category. Grace shot 38 percent from the floor, 19 percent from the three-point line and 54 percent from the foul line.
  • Lady Lancers Win Third Straight Game
    WINONA LAKE – A dominant third quarter was all the Grace College women’s basketball team needed to beat Crossroads League rival Goshen Colle 69-43 on Tuesday.
  • Grace College Men End 7-Game Skid
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s men’s basketball team ended a seven-game skid with a 76-67 win over Crossroads League fo Goshen College Tuesday at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • MOUNT VERNON, Ohio – Grace College’s women’s basketball team picked up its second road win of the week, downing Mt. Vernon Nazarene University 76-65 on Saturday.
  • MOUNT VERNON, Ohio – Grace College’s men’s basketball team suffered another narrow defeat, just missing a chance to upset the No. 6-ranked team in the NAIA.
  • SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – Grace College’s women’s basketball team snapped its slump with a 66-49 pounding of Spring Arbor on Wednesday.
  • SPRING ARBOR, Mich. – As has been the unfortunate theme this year, Grace College’s men’s basketball team came up just shy of another marquee upset.
  • Lady Lancers' Upset Bid Falls Short
    WINONA LAKE – With 1.3 seconds remaining on Saturday, Grace College’s women’s basketball team thought it had locked up an upset of No. 11 Taylor University.
  • Slow Start Dooms Grace Men's Hoops Team
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s men’s basketball team was unable to recover from a sluggish start on Saturday, losing 81-74 to Crossroads League rival Taylor University at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center.
  • Brenneman Signs With Grace College
    WINONA LAKE – Bethany Christian High School standout Cedric Brenneman has decided to continue his education and soccer career at Grace College.
  • Timely Runs Lift Indiana Wesleyan Over Lady Lancers
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s women’s basketball team could not piece together an upset of No. 16 Indiana Wesleyan University, falling 80-67 on Wednesday in Crossroads League action.
  • No. 3 Indiana Wesleyan Edges Lancers
    WINONA LAKE – Grace College’s men’s basketball team was close Tuesday night.