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TC women clinch KCAC title

TC women clinch KCAC title

Taylor Deniston draws a foul during the second quarter at McPherson. She made both free throws to give Tabor a 29-23 lead. With the 62-45 win, Tabor clinched the KCAC title. The 14th-ranked Tabor College women clinched the KCAC title by sweeping Oklahoma Wesleyan and McPherson on the road last week. The Bluejays improved to 16-0 in conference play. McPherson—Tabor […]

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TC competes at league meet

The Tabor College track and field team competed at the KCAC indoor meet Friday and Saturday. The women finished sixth of 12 teams with 68 points. Friends won with 2501⁄2. Alyssa Windle paved the way by placing second in both the shot put (43-41⁄2) and the weight throw (49-91⁄2). Additional top-eight finishes were: Ashton Kroeker was third in the triple […]

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TC baseball starts season 4-0

The Tabor College baseball team kicked off the 2016 season with four victories in Texas last week, outscoring its opponents 49-12. Hannibal-LaGrange—Tabor concluded its Texas trip with an 11-2 win Saturday in its second meeting with the Trojans that weekend. The game was tied at 2 after the first inning, but beginning with a two-run third inning, Tabor plated more […]

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Tabor 14-0 after defeating Swedes

Tabor 14-0 after defeating Swedes

Davaghndre Jones scores to give Tabor a 37-26 lead over Bethany at the end of the first half Wednesday. Jones scored 11 points in Tabor’s 72-70 win. The seventh-ranked Tabor College men pulled off another close victory Wednesday, defeating Bethany, 72-70, to improve to 14-0 in KCAC play. The Bluejays relinquished a 19-point lead in the second half, but won […]

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TC indoor track team competes at Pittsburg

The Tabor College indoor track and field team competed at the Pittsburg State Invitational Friday. The women’s and men’s distance relays turned in Tabor’s highest performances for the day. Julie Loewen, Aaliyah Carter, Kelly Gomez and Katey Whitesell finished 11th in the women’s distance relay (13:54.59), while Josh Richert, Cole Younger, Tyler Parrish and Si Luc were 14th in the […]

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TC baseball picked to finish first in KCAC preseason poll

The Tabor College baseball team has been selected to finish first in the 2016 KCAC baseball coaches’ preseason poll released last week. The Bluejays received eight first-place votes and a total of 97 points to finish ahead of Oklahoma Wesleyan (88 points, 1 first-place vote) and Sterling (85, 1). York (70), Kansas Wesleyan (54), Friends (46), Bethany (43), Saint Mary […]

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Tabor softball selected third

The Tabor College softball team has been selected to finish third in the 2016 KCAC softball coaches’ poll released last week. Tabor earned 102 points to tie for third with Saint Mary behind Friends (143 points, 11 first-place votes) and Ottawa (129, 1). Completing the poll are: Oklahoma Wesleyan (97), Bethany (89), Kansas Wesleyan (88), Sterling (60), York (48), Southwestern (42), […]

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TC men improve to 13-0 in KCAC

After defeating Kansas Wesleyan earlier in the week, the Tabor College men beat Friends on the road to improve to 13-0 in KCAC play. Friends—Tabor earned its 13th-straight conference win Saturday, 63-60. It was the Bluejays’ seventh KCAC game to be decided by four points or fewer this season. Malik Brooks, the game’s leading scorer with 24 points, hit his […]

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Bluejays defeat Falcons, Coyotes

The Tabor College women faced a test last week with two road games against teams either ranked or receiving votes in the national poll. The Bluejays came away unscathed, to improve to 13-0 in KCAC play. Friends—Tabor won its second road game of the week by defeating the No. 25 Falcons, 76-67. The Bluejays relied heavily on the three-ball, shooting […]

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Tabor swimmers compete at Kansas

The Tabor College swim teams competed at the University of Kansas Quadrangular Saturday. Women—Tabor lost all to all three of its opponents: Kansas (130-55), William Jewell (217-27) and Morningside (154-65). The Bluejay women turned in four top-five performances. Aleya Hill led the way by placing fourth in the 500 freestyle, bettering her own school record with a time of 5:47.33. […]

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