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  • Grace Men Claim NCCAA Title, Women Finish 2nd
    Grace's track and field team enjoyed success at the national stage at the 2022 NCCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships.
  • Pair Of Lancers Nab All-League Honors
    Grace College’s baseball team had two pitchers named to the All-Crossroads League Team on Thursday.
  • Three Lady Lancers End Season On All-League Team
    Grace College’s softball team saw a trio of players earn end-of-season recognition.
  • Local Collegiate Athletes Earn Various Honors
    Grace’s women’s golf team was pleased to have Summer Stillson recognized by the Crossroads League after the conclusion of the 2021-22 season.
  • Lancers Claim Seven Titles At Conference Meet
    Grace track and field battled the weather and league foes at the Crossroads League Championships. The meet was held at the Harris Family Track and Field Stadium on the campus of the University of Notre Dame.
  • Grace Track?And Field Duo Nab Weekly Awards
    Grace’s track and field team had two athletes grab four awards this week.
  • Grace’s Offense Erupts In Season Finale
    Grace’s baseball team dropped two games at Taylor to conclude the 2022 season on Saturday.
  • Lancers Shine In Many Events At Home Invitational
    The Grace track and field teams took advantage of decent weather and the opportunity to run at home in competition at the annual Lancer Invitational. The Key Track and Field Complex hosted the event for the fifth time since the facility opened in 2017.
  •  Lancers’ Danforth Claims Single-Season Hit Record In Win
    Patrick Danforth set a program record on Tuesday for Grace’s baseball team.

    Danforth recorded his 59th hit of the season during Grace’s 7-2 win over IU Kokomo; that mark broke Grace’s program record for most hits in a season.
  • Lady Lancers Softball Picks Up Win On Senior Day
    Grace’s softball team produced a split in its doubleheader against Spring Arbor on Senior Day.

    The Lady Lancers (12-27, 9-19 Crossroads League) and Cougars played a pair of low-scoring outings with Grace winning the opener 2-1 and losing the second 3-1 on Friday.
  • Lancers Drop Doubleheader to CL Leading MVNU
    Grace’s baseball team dropped a pair of closely contested matchups against Mt. Vernon Nazarene on Thursday.
  • Grace Bounces Back, Beats Bethel
    Grace’s softball team recovered from a first-game defeat to earn a split at Bethel on Wednesday.
  • Grace Welcomes Three Rivers Conference For Summit
    Grace College and Director of Athletics Chad Briscoe welcomed student-athletes from the high schools of the Three Rivers Conference for a Sportsmanship Summit on Wednesday.
  • Lancers Baseball Nabs Tenth League Victory
    Grace’s baseball team earned a unique split at Marian on Monday.
  • Lancers And Cougars Split
    Grace College ended its series with St. Francis with a split on Saturday.
  • Lady Lancers Earn Key Doubleheader Split Against Taylor
    Grace’s softball team earned a crucial split at home against Taylor on Tuesday.
  • Lady Lancers Place Third At Sagamore Shootout
    The Grace women’s golf team competed in the Sagamore Shootout, hosted by Indiana Wesleyan on Monday.
  • Lancers Battle Elements At Manchester Invitational
    A light morning snow and temperatures that failed to reach 40 degrees were not enough to keep the Grace track and field team from posting some quality performances at the Manchester Invitational. Despite the cold and the choice to hold several athletes out of the competition, the Lancers’ women placed second overall in the meet, while the men came in third.
  • Lady Lancers Golf?Continues Hot Start To Season
    Grace’s women’s golf team claimed its second tournament title of the spring at the Eagle Glen Invitational.

    The Lady Lancers defeated four other teams at Eagle Glen Golf Club with six players finishing in the top 10.
  • Lancers Baseball Ends Series With Win Over Wesleyan
    Grace’s baseball team capped off its series with Indiana Wesleyan with a victory.
  • Grace Shooting Club Secures Top-Ten Finish At Nationals
    The Grace Shooting Sports Club (GSSC) at Grace College recently competed at the national level in San Antonio, Texas, for the first time in team history.
  • Lancers’ Etchison Sets Strikeout Record In Defeat
    Evan Etchison impressed in defeat for Grace’s baseball team. The sophomore hurler struck out 16 batters during the Lancers’ second game against Bethel on Saturday.

    He set the program record for most strikeouts in a game, doing so in 5.2 shutout innings of work. Of the 17 outs that Etchison collected from the mound, 16 came via strikeout.
  • Grace Falls To Crossroads League Leading MVNU
    Grace’s softball team missed on its chance to take down the Crossroads League leaders Mt. Vernon Nazarene on Wednesday.

    The Lady Lancers (8-13, 5-5 CL) lost a 12-inning marathon in the opener by the score of 5-4. The Cougars (18-2, 8-0 CL) then completed the sweep with a 9-3 win to conclude the doubleheader.
  • Lancer Baseball Manages A Split Against Indiana Wesleyan
    Grace’s baseball team registered a split with Indiana Wesleyan on Tuesday at Miller Athletic Complex.

    The Lancers and Wildcats played a pair of tightly contested games; IWU won the opener 9-7, but Grace had the final say by ending the day with a 5-3 victory.
  • Davidson Honored As NCCAA National Player Of The Year
    After a year for the record books, Grace’s men’s basketball team picked up a number of individual national awards.

    Frankie Davidson highlighted Grace’s awards haul when he was named the NCCAA National Player of the Year. He was also honorable mention for NAIA All-American.
  • The Penalty Box: Memories Of The NCCAA
    I wanted to devote my space and time this week to what happened at Grace College in Winona Lake last week.
  • Lancers Baseball Drops Doubleheader In Huntington
    Grace College’s baseball team dropped two contests to the Huntington Foresters on Monday afternoon.

    The first game was tightly contested, but Grace (10-14, 4-8 Crossroads League) would come up just short losing 8-7.

    Huntington (10-10, 8-4 CL) took the second game, winning 14-5.
  • Lady Lancers Fall In Finale, Take Sixth In NCCAA Tournament
    In the team’s final contest of the season, the Grace Lady Lancers battled hard for 40 minutes, but ultimately fell just short, losing 65-56 to the College of the Ozarks in the NCCAA tournament fifth place game Friday night.
  • Grace’s NAIA run ends in Kansas City With?Loss To Idaho
    The storybook postseason run for Grace’s men’s basketball team found its final chapter on Thursday.

    The No. 7 seed Lancers fell 71-66 to the College of Idaho in the Round of 16 in the NAIA National Championships.
  • Lady Lancers Find Defensive Groove In 68-54 Win Over CIU
    After a tough performance in the opening round of the NCCAA basketball championships Wednesday night, the Grace Lady Lancers got back to their bread and butter, putting on a defensive clinic in a 68-54 victory over Columbia International University Thursday.
  • Lady Lancer Softball Sweeps Bethel In Home Opener
    Grace’s softball team enjoyed its home opener thanks to a sweep of Bethel on Tuesday.
  • Grace Upset By Southwestern Christian In NCCAA Opener
    The Grace Lady Lancers basketball team’s hopes of cutting down the nets on their home floor were quickly put to rest Wednesday night, as the home team and No. 3 seed was upset in the opening round of the NCCAA Tournament by No. 6 seeded Southwestern Christian University 73-60.
  • Grace College, Lady Lancers Ready For NCCAA Tourney Tip-Off
    For the tenth consecutive year, Grace College will play host to both the men’s and women’s NCCAA basketball championships this week, bringing the players, fans and coaches of 16 teams from colleges all over the country to Winona Lake and Warsaw.
  • Lancers Baseball Takes Series Finale From Cougars
    Grace College’s baseball team picked up a doubleheader split with the Spring Arbor Cougars on Monday afternoon.

    The Lancers (10-11, 4-4 Crossroads League) dropped the first game of the day 19-11 but bounced back with an 8-5 win in the second game.
  • Lady Lancers Eye Fruitful NCCAA Tournament Run
    Grace’s women’s basketball team has earned its spot to the 2022 NCCAA National Championships this week.

    The Lady Lancers earned the No. 3 seed in the eight-team bracket. Grace (19-14) will play No. 6 Southwestern Christian (18-14) on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the quarterfinals.
  • NCCAA Tourney Coming Next Week To Grace College
    Grace College is gearing up to host the 2022 NCCAA National Basketball Championships for men and women next week.
  • Basinger Hired As Grace’s Director Of Athletic Operations
    Grace Athletics has made a new addition to its staff, hiring Adam Basinger as the Director of Athletic Operations.

    Basinger is a familiar face at Grace, having graduated as a Lancer in 2011 and assisting Grace in recent years with various facility projects.
  • Davidson Tabbed As League Player Of The Week Once Again
    For the fifth time this season, Frankie Davidson was named the Crossroads League Player of the Week.
  • Lancers Split Twinbill With Maple Leafs To Open CL Season
    Grace College’s baseball team kicked off its Crossroads League season on Friday during its home opener.

    The Lancers’ defense and pitching was sharp, limiting Goshen to three runs across the doubleheader. But Grace was limited to a split, winning the opener 6-2 before falling 1-0 in the second game.
  • Lancers Claim Crossroads League Championship In Thriller
    The 2022 Crossroads League Tournament championship turned into an instant classic on Tuesday night.

    Grace’s men’s basketball came out victorious in a thriller, battling to an 86-85 victory over No. 12 Marian.
  • Grace Track Headed To NAIA Nationals With Big Expectations
    The Grace College track and field teams are bound for Brookings, S.D., this week to compete in the 2022 NAIA Indoor Championships. The meet takes place Thursday through Saturday at the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex on the campus of South Dakota State University.
  • Davidson Named League Player Of The Week For Fourth Time
    For the fourth time this season, Frankie Davidson of Grace’s men’s basketball team was named the Crossroads League Player of the Week.
  • Grace Handles No. 7 IWU In?CL Tournament Semifinals
    Grace’s men’s basketball team led from start to finish at No. 7 Indiana Wesleyan in the Crossroads League Tournament semifinals.

    The Lancers took down the top-seeded Wildcats to win 84-76 on Saturday.
  • Area College Briefs
    Lancers Take Down Firestorm, Spartans Conclude Wrestling Schedule
  • Lady Lancers' Offense Muted In Semifinal Loss
    Grace’s women’s basketball team fell 60-44 to No. 12 Indiana Wesleyan on Friday night in the Crossroads League semifinals.
  • TBL – A Different League - Showcased Locally Last Night And Tonight
    The Basketball League (TBL) CEO Evelyn Magley holds the distinction as the first African American woman to ever own a male professional sports league in the United States. This CEO fluidly mentions the tagline “TBL – a different league” when she discusses what makes TBL so special.
  • Grace Downs MVNU To Reach CL Tourney Semifinals
    Grace’s men’s basketball team produced one of its most complete games of the season in the quarterfinals of the Crossroads League Tournament.
  • Grace Pulls Off Upset In Crossroads League Quarterfinals
    Grace’s women’s basketball secured a dramatic 68-62 win over St. Francis in the quarterfinals of the Crossroads League Tournament on Tuesday evening.
  • Pair Of Lancers Track And Field Athletes Earn NCCAA Honors
    After a historic showing at the Crossroads League Indoor Championships, two Grace track and field members earned NCCAA Athlete of the Week honors.
  • Lancers’ Davidson, Ryman Selected To CsSIDA All-District Team
    Frankie Davidson of Grace’s men’s basketball team earned a spot on the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team.

    Davidson is leading Grace in scoring with 18.9 points per game.
  • Lady Lancers Hoops Ties Regular-Season Wins Record
    Grace College’s women’s basketball team picked up a dominant 93-45 win over Spring Arbor on Wednesday night.

    With the victory, Grace improved its record to 18-11 overall (8-9 Crossroads League). The victory ties the program record for most wins in a regular season. Grace will have a chance to break that record on Saturday in the regular-season finale.
  • Lancers Basketball Wins 84-62 To Pick Up Third Straight Win
    Grace’s men’s basketball team impressed on the road on Tuesday, routing Spring Arbor 84-62.
  • Sauder, Koch Win Player Of The Week Honors
    Kylie Sauder of Grace’s track and field team was tabbed as the Crossroads League Track Athlete of the Week on Monday, and the Crossroads League named Kameron Koch of Grace’s baseball team as the Crossroads League Pitcher of the Week on Monday.
  • Longtime Warsaw, Grace PA Announcer Ron Henry Retires
    The seniors of the Warsaw boys basketball team weren’t the only ones honored during the Tigers’ last home game of the season Friday night. It was the final basketball game of the 66-year career of public address announcer Ron Henry, who is retiring after Warsaw wraps up baseball season in the spring.
  • Lancers Claim Hardware At NCCAA Track Championships
    The Grace track and field teams added to their hardware collection as both the men and women produced top four finishes at the NCCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships hosted by Cedarville University. The men claimed the runner-up position, the best finish in school history at the indoor championships after coming in third in both 2019 and 2001. The women finished fourth, just a few points out of third place, which would have matched their finish from 2020.
  • Defense Shines As Grace Sweeps Maple Leafs
    In a game in which points were scarce, the defense for Grace’s women’s basketball team impressed during a 51-46 win over Goshen.
  • Lancers Basketball Grabs 20th Win Of Season
    Grace’s men’s basketball racked up its 20th win of the regular season on Wednesday, blowing by Goshen 79-59.

    The Lancers (20-7, 9-6 Crossroads League) poured in 46 points in the paint, flexing its interior muscles against the Maple Leafs (7-20, 3-12 CL).
  • Grace/WCHS To Host Professional Basketball Games
    Grace College and Warsaw Community High School are partnering to host a pair of professional basketball games in late February.

    The Basketball League (TBL) is a growing minor league basketball league, which began in 2018. The Indiana All-Americans of the TBL will take on the Sudbury Five of Canada’s National Basketball League. The teams will face off at Grace’s Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center on Thursday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m.
  • Rufenacht, Plastow Named NCCAA Athletes Of The Week