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  • Grace’s Harvey Wins NCCAA Wood Award
    WINONA LAKE - Rachel Harvey was given a national honor on Sunday with the NCCAA’s Dan and Kelly Wood Award.
  • Offense Powers Lady Lancers Past St. Francis
    FORT WAYNE, - Grace’s women’s soccer team beat St. Francis 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.
  • Grace’s Hamlin Named NCCAA?Defender Of Week
    Grace defender Korry Hamlin picked up the first national honor of his career when he was named the NCCAA National Defender of the Week on Monday.
  • Grace Women Top Two Ranked Teams On Home Course
    Grace’s women’s golf team shined on Friday and Saturday at the Battle at the Henge.
  • Grace Soccer Women Fall To No. 2 Knights
    Fatigue set in for No. 14 Grace women’s soccer on Saturday, losing to No. 2 Marian 5-0 in Indianapolis.
  • Grace Runners Excel At Bethel
    Grace’s cross country team thrived on Friday at the Bethel Invitational.
  • Fatigued Lady Lancers Fall To Spring Arbor
    Grace’s women’s soccer team, playing its third match in five days, fell to No. 24 Spring Arbor 2-0 on Wednesday.
  • Lancers Tie Wildcats After 2OT
    Despite outshooting their opponent by nearly 20 shots, Grace’s men’s soccer team had to settle for a 2-2 draw at Indiana Wesleyan on Tuesday.

    The Lancers (1-2-2, 1-2-2 Crossroads League) went to overtime for the second time this season, picking up their second tie in the process.
  • Lucido’s Goal Lifts No. 14 Grace Over Taylor
    Lancers’ offense unleashed at Taylor; Grace volleyball drops five setter at SAU; Grace tackles Huntington Invitational.
  • Grace Women’s Tennis Starts Postseason With Win
    Grace takes on Michigan tournament; Grace wins first tourney of year; Grace handles Bethel in league tourney; Harrington lauded as NAIA Setter of Week; Lady Lancers trounce Cardinals; Lancers blitz Trine
  • Balanced Effort Leads
Lancer VB
    Grace rallies late to top Cornerstone; Grace baseball alum wins championship with Florence Y’alls
  • Lancers Run Well At Ray Bullock Invitational
    Grace Handles Judson; Men’s Soccer home opener postponed
  • Grace Shocks No. 7 IWU With Emphatic Sweep
    Women's Soccer: Wildcats hold on for draw with No. 14 Grace
  • Grace men's golf places second at Bethel
    Grace Men's Tennis Remains Perfect On Season
  • Grace Volleyball Downs St. Francis
    Women’s soccer explodes with 6 goals; Lancers improve to 5-0 on the year; Women’s Tennis wins pair at Goshen
  • Lady Lancers Tennis Blows Past Adrian In Non-Conference Play
    Grace College’s women’s tennis team had little trouble handling Adrian on Friday. The Lady Lancers won 6-1, securing their third straight win on the young season.

    Grace was dominant in doubles’ play, setting the tone for the afternoon. Jayna Armstrong and Dayana Ortega did not drop a game (6-0) at No. 1 doubles.
  • Grace Cross Country Armed With Young Talent
    Grace College’s cross country team is filled with youth. But the 2020 Lancers also have high hopes in what could be a very promising fall season.

    The program is coming off one of its best NCCAA showings ever. The men’s team placed third at the 2019 NCCAA National Championships, tying the best finish in team history. The women were sixth, one spot away from a program record.
  • Grace’s grit leads to second-place showing
    The Battle at Brookwood proved to be quite the battle for Grace’s women’s golf team on Monday and Tuesday.



    But the Lady Lancers demonstrated resilience, placing second at Brookwood Golf Club.

  • Frey earns league Attacker of the Week
    The first Crossroads League Attacker of the Week honor this season went to Grace’s Anna Frey.



    Frey earned the honor on Tuesday after leading Grace’s volleyball team to a 3-0 road win at Taylor on Saturday.
  • Crossroads League Announces Athletes of The Week
    The Crossroads League Athletes of the Week were announced on Tuesday, recognizing the top athletes from the week of Aug. 31 - Sept. 6. Sports Information Directors from the league nominate student-athletes for the award and vote on each week’s winners.
  • Grace grabs second at IWU Invite
    Grace’s women’s golf team earned a second-place finish at the season-opening IWU Invitational on Saturday.



    Lucy Young highlighted Grace’s day, earning third place and an All-Tournament Team spot.
  • Women’s Tennis starts year with win
    Grace’s women’s tennis team played a doubleheader on Saturday to officially open up the 2020-21 campaign.



    The Lady Lancers began the day with an impressive 6-1 win over Bethel. Later in the day, Marian handed Grace a defeat by the score of 5-2 at Miller Athletic Complex.

  • Grace men's tennis blanks Bethel
    The 2020 season could not have started better for Grace’s men’s tennis team.



    The Lancers swept the opener against Bethel 7-0 on Saturday.
  • Grace volleyball opens season with dominant win
    Grace’s volleyball team flexed its offensive muscle to kick off the 2020 season.



    The Lady Lancers made quick work of Taylor, beating the Trojans 3-0 on TU’s home court.
  • Lancers Women’s Soccer Building For A Long Season
    Hopes are high for Grace College’s women’s soccer team this fall after an impressive season in 2019.

    The Lady Lancers ended last season as the No. 14-ranked team in the NAIA. Grace posted a 16-5-2 record and won two matches in the NAIA National Championships.

    While Grace has aspirations of hoisting a national championship banner, the Lady Lancers are also preparing for what could be the longest season in team history.
  • Grace College Golfers Ready To Hit The Links Again
    The anticipation is high as Grace College’s men’s and women’s golf teams are readying for their first tournaments of 2020-21.

    The programs reached new heights last year, but the spring seasons were sadly wiped out due to COVID-19.
  • Grace Soccer Fields Deep, Dynamic Squad This Fall
    One season ago, Grace’s men’s soccer team was one win short of hoisting a national championship trophy.

    After losing in the title game of the NCCAA National Championships, the Lancers are hungry to take the next step as a program in 2020.

    Head coach Arron Patrick, now in his second year at the helm of the Lancers, has guided the team through a myriad of obstacles just to reach this season.
  • Grace Volleyball Primed For Big Year
    The Grace College volleyball team is primed for a strong year under sixth-year head coach Katie Van Hofwegen.

    The Lady Lancers have consistently grown their program’s reputation in a challenging conference under Van Hofwegen, despite the Crossroads League getting seemingly harder each year. In 2019 the league had two teams in the NAIA national quarterfinals, including the eventual national champion.
  • Grace Athletics Unveils Attendance Policy For Fall Season
    Grace College’s athletic department announced its policy for spectator attendance for the upcoming fall 2020 season.

    The decisions by Grace College were made primarily for the safety and well-being of all attendees, including student-athletes, officials, staff and spectators.
  • Lady Lancers Basketball Places 8th Academically In NAIA; Warriors Beat Lakers; West Noble Trims Warriors
  • Lancer Golf Outing Winners
    The 23rd annual lancer Golf classic was held Thursday at Stonehenge Golf Club. The winning team of (starting second from left) Jerry Clevenger, Andy Butterbaugh, Tom Johnson and Abigail Fishel carded a 17-under par 54. The team is pictured with Stonehenge general manager Denny Hepler (L) and Grace Athletic Director Chad Briscoe

  • Manchester eSports joins Great Lakes conference
  • Grace To Play Sports This Fall
    On Tuesday night, the NAIA Council of Presidents announced the rescheduling of all fall 2020 championships to spring 2021.

    As part of the NAIA’s decision, each conference retains the autonomy to decide when to play regular season competition. The Crossroads League’s Council of Presidents has made the decision to carry on with a fall season of competition after detailed discussion and planning.
  • Heartland Moves Football, Volleyball, Soccer To Spring; GLVC To Start Some Winter Sports Early, Moves FB, VB, Soccer;
  • Grace Tennis Players Win Academic Accolades
    A trio of Grace College tennis players added awards for their work in the classroom.

    Emily Mast and Carrie Copeland of Grace’s women’s tennis team as well as Pavle Popovic from the men’s side were named NCCAA Scholar-Athletes.

    The NCCAA recognizes juniors and seniors with a GPA of at least 3.40.
  • Anderson Tabbed As CoSIDA Academic All-America
    Pl;us news from around the Crossroads League - by Seth Mikel
  • Grace College’s
Neuhart Honored As Crossroads League SID Of The Year
    The Crossroads League announced on Monday that Josh Neuhart of Grace College had been named its 2019-2020 Sports Information Director of the Year.

    The award is the second for Neuhart, who recently completed his 10th year as the SID for the Lancers. He also won in 2015-16.
  • Grace Esports Announces New Facility, MSI Sponsorship
    Grace College’s brand-new esports team is excited to announce two major enhancements to the program.

    The team has entered into a sponsorship with MSI, who is a leading developer of computer hardware for the esports industry. Grace’s student-athletes will wear custom MSI jerseys and play on powerful MSI gaming computers.
  • Grace Golfers Earn Academic Accolades
    Seven members of Grace College’s women’s and men’s golf teams were given academic honors.
  • Hill Recognized As NCCAA’s Game Plan 4 Life Winner
    Grace College volleyball star Alexa Hill added one more honor to her illustrious career on Thursday.

    Hill was named the winner of the 2020 NCCAA Game Plan 4 LIFE Award. T
  • Grace College’s Haney, Anderson Earn Academic Honors
    Two members of Grace’s baseball team were recognized for their excellence in the classroom.

    David Anderson and Houston Haney were both honored as NCCAA Scholar-Athletes. To achieve that status, student-athletes must reach upperclassman status and have a GPA of at least 3.40.
  • Crossroads League Claims 11 CoSIDA Honors for Baseball and Softball
    The Crossroads League placed 11 student-athletes on the 2020 CoSIDA NAIA Baseball and Softball Academic All-District Teams recently. Taylor led the way with six combined honors, with Mount Vernon Nazarene collecting three awards and Grace and Indiana Wesleyan each claiming one.
  • Lancer Marathon Ends, More Than $12K Raised For Virus Relief
    With several laps around 1st Source Bank Field, and a celebratory backflip to boot, sophomore Cole Voss concluded the last shift for the Grace College men’s soccer program at noon Wednesday, ending the team’s weeklong quest to raise money for COVID-19 relief.
  • Grace Men’s Soccer Teams Up For COVID-19 Relief
    The Grace College men’s soccer team is planning a run to fight COVID-19. A very long run.

    The Lancers are organizing a 48-hour run this week in an effort to raise funds for pandemic relief.
  • An Open Letter To Lancer Supporters From The Athletic Director
    Dear Lancer Nation,

    We began this journey two weeks ago, battling the COVID-19 outbreak through uncharted territory. You have faithfully responded with resiliency and tremendous character in the midst of these extreme changes, which is to be applauded.
  • Grace Men’s Hoops Pair Honored As All-Americans
    wo members of the Grace College men’s basketball team were lauded as All-Americans to end the 2019-20 season.

    Haden Deaton picked up two All-American nods, including NCCAA First Team All-American and honorable mention for NAIA All-American.
  • Monday was supposed to be the first official day of IHSAA baseball practice.

    Instead, high schools were closed and practices postponed for weeks because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

    On local college diamonds, NAIA member Grace College had its season canceled and NCAA Division III Manchester University because of COVID-19 concerns is awaiting its next move.
  • Crossroads League Has 9 Men, 8 Women NAIA All-Americans
    The Crossroads League had nine men and eight women named to their respective NAIA basketball All-American teams Thursday, as announced by the NAIA office.

    Indiana Wesleyan’s Kyle Mangas, a Warsaw Comm-unity High School alum, headlined that group, being named the NAIA Division II Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, as well as a First-Team All-American selection.

    Spring Arbor’s Paul Marandet, another former Warsaw Tiger, joined Mangas in receiving NAIA First-Team All-American recognition.
  • Lady Lancers Stull, Drake Dubbed NCCAA All-Americans
    Kyannah Stull and Vironnica Drake capped off the 2019-20 season as All-Americans.

    Drake, the all-time scoring leader for Grace’s women’s basketball team, was named NCCAA First Team All-American and honorable mention for NAIA All-American. Stull was named NCCAA Third Team All-American.
  • Grace’s Drake Nabs Fourth NCCAA Player Of The Week
    Crossroads League Announces Athletes of the Week; NAIA Cancels All Spring Seasons
  • After Schools Close, IHSAA Opts To Postpone
Boys Hoops Regionals
    After many school corporations in Indiana, including most in the Times-Union coverage area, the IHSAA and its commissioner, Bobby Cox, announced the boys basketball regionals scheduled for today have been postponed.
  • Grace’s Basketball Seasons Cut Short
    Grace College’s men’s and women’s basketball teams had a heartbreaking end to the 2019-20 season.

    Both teams were on the verge of playing in national tournaments before the seasons were prematurely ended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • NCCAA Tourney At Grace College Cancelled
    Among Kosciusko County’s larger-scale athletic events, the National Christian College Athletic Association men’s and women’s Division I basketball tournaments, was cancelled due to concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus. Grace College’s athletic department, the tournament host, made the announcement in a press release Thursday afternoon.
  • Grace Women’s Golf Rises In NAIA Poll
    Grace College’s women’s golf team is climbing in the polls as they prepare to get the spring season underway.

    The Lady Lancers rose one spot, landing at No. 22 in the NAIA Top 25 Coaches' Poll.