Category: College

Tabor knocks off No. 7, MVC

The 8th-ranked Tabor College football team won a big matchup at 7th-ranked Missouri Valley College Saturday night, 27-17. Powered by a strong rushing attack—Tabor had 353 yards of total offense, 323 yards on the ground—the Bluejays moved the ball with ease, especially in the first half of the contest. “Our offensive line did a good job of getting after them,” […]

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TC defeats Bethel in home-opener

Returning to Hillsboro for the season’s home-opener, the Tabor College volleyball team gave the home crowd plenty to cheer about in a dominating 3-0 victory over Bethel Wednesday. After what coach Amy Ratzlaff described as a “brutal” preseason schedule, it was a nice boost for the Bluejays to kickoff the bulk of their conference schedule with a win. “I’m pleased,” […]

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Tabor men’s soccer gets first win

The Tabor College men’s soccer team earned its first win of the season, 3-0, over York Saturday. “This was our best offensive performance of the year,” coach Grant Brubacher said. “It was the first time we were able to control the match and create some chances offensively.” The Bluejays got on the board in the 32nd minute when Alberto Checa […]

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Bluejay women go 1-1 for the week

After losing Thursday, the Tabor College women’s soccer team concluded the week with a 5-1 victory over York Saturday. “We made a point to come out early and attack,” coach Ian Thomson said. “We have been on the defensive in the last few games, so the theme for this game was execution. And we put on a clinic in execution.” […]

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Bluejays win opener, 36-0

Bluejays win opener, 36-0

Tabor quarterback Simon McKee scrambles while looking for an open receiver during the third quarter Saturday. McKee, who missed most of last season with a knee injury, returned to lead the Bluejays to a 36-0 victory over Nebraska Wesleyan in the season-opener. McKee led the team in rushing with 91 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries. Through the air, […]

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Allen paces Tabor cross country

The Tabor College cross country team kicked off the 2014 season at Augusta Saturday. “We had an excellent meet on Saturday,” coach Eric Schwab said. “All the men and women who ran the same race last year saw nice improvements in their times. “Our team members are feeling very good about what they were able to accomplish with their summer […]

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TC volleyball 1-4 for the week

The Bluejays faced stiff competition at the Springfield tournament Friday and Saturday, going 0-4 over the course of the two-day event. The Bluejays opened with a 3-1 loss to College of the Ozarks (25-23, 24-26, 18-25, 22-25) Friday, a team receiving votes in the NAIA Top 25 poll. Tena Loewen led the attack at the net with 11 kills. She […]

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TC women beat NCAA Div. II team in soccer battle

TC women beat NCAA Div. II team in soccer battle

Lillian Bear battles for possession during the first half against Avila Wednesday. Bear scored the game’s first goal, but Tabor lost, 2-1, in the end. Bear also contributed a goal in Tabor’s 2-1 victory over Northwestern Oklahoma State Friday. The Tabor College women’s soccer team picked up its first win of the season Friday with a 2-1 decision over NCAA […]

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TC men’s soccer seeking first win

The Tabor College men’s soccer team is still seeking its first win of the season after dropping two games last week, including one to a ranked opponent. Oklahoma Wesleyan—Tabor lost a 1-0 contest at No. 5 Oklahoma Wesleyan Saturday. OWU scored the winning goal in the 29th minute and outshot Tabor 24-6. Bluejay goalkeeper Tom Gaskell had seven saves. Avila—In […]

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TC volleyball 2-2 at Salina

The Tabor College volleyball team split four games last weekend at the Kansas Wesleyan tournament. The Bluejays opened with a 3-1 loss to Oklahoma City University Saturday (25-21, 18-25, 17-25, 15-25). Tena Loewen led Tabor’s attack with nine kills. Kate­lin Horstick had two solo blocks. Kelsea Brittain added 12 assists, and Megan Voth 10. Whitney Maple led the team with […]

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