Category: College

Former NBA player to speak at Tabor

Former NBA player to speak at Tabor

Former NBA player Brent Price will speak at Tabor College’s annual athletic department kickoff tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium. Price played for four different teams during his nine seasons in the NBA. Courtesy Photo Former NBA player Brent Price will be the keynote speaker for Tabor College’s annual athletic department kickoff tonight (Wednesday) at 7:30 p.m. in the […]

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Tabor soccer hosts pair of scrimmages

Tabor soccer hosts pair of scrimmages

Freshman midfielder Niklas Lenz dribbles the ball Wednesday in a scrimmage against Cloud County Community College. Janae Rempel / Free Press Freshman midfielder Niklas Lenz dribbles the ball Wednesday in a scrimmage against Cloud County Community College. The Bluejays lost, 3-1. Tabor struck first with a goal by Agustin Ariza assisted by Bransyn Felty, but Cloud County tied the game […]

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KCAC Network to broadcast games

The KCAC is partnering with Rocking M Media, LLC to provide play-by-play radio coverage of conference football and basketball games this season. The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Network will broadcast a football game of the week and Saturday men’s and women’s basketball games. Programming will include pre-game shows featuring interviews with coaches and players and a breakdown of KCAC action […]

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Tabor volleyball places two on preseason team

Tabor volleyball places two on preseason team

Katelin Horstick Tena Loewen Tabor College athletes Katelin Horstick and Tena Loewen have been named to the 2015 KCAC preseason volleyball team. A senior middle hitter, Horstick was a first-team selection last season. She led the Bluejays in blocks with 93 (0.9 per game). Horstick posted a hitting percentage of .240, and tallied 239 kills (2.3 per game). Loewen, a […]

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More KCAC preseason fall polls released

The KCAC has released the 2015 preseason coaches’ polls for cross country, soccer and volleyball. Cross country—The Bluejay men were picked to finish 10th of 12 teams. The University of Saint Mary was selected to finish first. The Spires won the KCAC championship a year ago, participated in the NAIA cross country championship and ranked 14th in the 2014 NAIA […]

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Two new members join KCAC

Two schools have accepted invitations to join the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference, marking the first changes in KCAC membership since the addition of Saint Mary in 1999. Oklahoma Wesleyan University and York College have both accepted invitations for membership in the KCAC and are in varying stages of transition to the conference. Both schools are located outside of Kansas—OKWU is […]

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Six Tabor students travel to Thailand in June

Tabor’s newly developed master’s program in entrepreneurial ministry leadership sent six students and one professor on a 10-day trip to Thailand from June 7 to 17. The group visited businesses and church ministries across the country with Khmu, Thai, Burmese and Laotian believers. They visited ministries run by MB Mission, Create International and a variety of local entrepreneurs. They spent […]

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TC picked 2nd in preseason polls

TC picked 2nd in preseason polls

TC football head coach Mike Gardner. Clint Harden / Free Press Tabor College football head coach Mike Gardner talks to members of the media at the 2015 KCAC Football Media Day Friday. Tabor was picked to finish second in both the coaches and media polls. The Bluejays received two first-place votes from the coaches, second to Ottawa (eight). Tabor received […]

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Standiford feted by ABCA

Tabor College baseball coach Mark Standiford has received recognition from the American Baseball Coaches Association as an ABCA/Diamond Regional Coach of the Year. Standiford is one of 10 NAIA coaches to receive the honor, all of whom led their respective teams to the NAIA World Series last spring. Tabor went 54-12 on the season, gaining the most wins in school […]

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Fifteen Tabor teams are scholar-teams

Fifteen of 18 Tabor College athletic teams have earned recognition as NAIA scholar-teams. To be considered for the award, teams must have a minimum grade-point average of 3.0, including all eligible varsity student-athletes. With 15 teams recognized, Tabor placed fourth highest among NAIA schools. Following are the cumulative GPA for the men’s teams at Tabor: baseball 3.02, cross country 3.56, indoor […]

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