Four new coaches are joining the Grace University team in 2015: Kim Karabatsos, head baseball coach; Paul Osborne, head men’s soccer coach; Kathleen Brown, Ph.D., inaugural head softball coach; and Rich Locke, head women’s soccer coach. Continue reading “Introducing Four New Royals Coaches”
The Grace University Athletic Department is pleased to announce Chaia Huff as Grace University’s Head Women’s Basketball Coach. Chaia has a heart for Christian higher-learning and investing in young women through sports. She is committed to developing servant leaders for the home, church and the world through the avenue of intercollegiate basketball. We are confident she will help our student-athletes learn how to succeed on the court, in our Grace community, and most importantly, in life. Continue reading “Grace University Welcomes New Women’s Basketball Coach”
Grace University’s athletic director, Willie Williams, is pleased to announce creation of a women’s softball program for the 2015-2016 academic year.
“Grace University continues to invest in the lives of Christian student-athletes,” said Williams. “The creation of the women’s softball program allows us to expand in our mission of developing servant leaders, positively impacting more lives in the Omaha community and beyond.” Continue reading “Grace University Adds Women’s Softball for Spring 2016”
Grace University has the largest new student enrollment in more than 30 years. The number of new students arriving on campus from across the country total 161, which is a 55 percent increase over 2012. This is also the second consecutive year that enrollment has increased for the private, Christian university. Enrollment data show that while the top number of students are from Nebraska, California is ranked as the number two home state for new Grace University students. Additional incoming freshman are already applying for the January 2014 semester. Continue reading “Grace University Experiences Largest New Student Enrollment in 30 Years”
“Thad Bosley’s leadership experience, vision, passion for growth and development of young people, and communication ability has prepared him for leading our athletics to a new level of excellence,” said Dr. David Barnes, president of Grace University. “Our teams have a long history of performing well on and off the field. Thad will be able to move our students to the next level athletically, academically and spiritually.”