Category: College

Thomson to lead TC women’s soccer

Thomson to lead TC women’s soccer

Former All-KCAC goalkeeper Ian Thomson is the new head women’s soccer coach at Tabor College. He played two years for the Bluejay men’s team and said he is excited to lead the women’s program. A former goalkeeper for the Tabor College men’s soccer team has returned to his alma mater to lead the women’s soccer program. Ian Thomson, who spent […]

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TC athletics 55th in Directors’ Cup

The Tabor College athletic department earned 255 points to rank 55th among nearly 300 NAIA colleges in the final standings of the 2013-14 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. Schools earn points based on national championship finishes in as many as 12 sports, six men’s and six women’s. In all, 189 NAIA schools earned points this year. Tabor earned 60 points in […]

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Duell takes charge of TC swim team

Duell takes charge of TC swim team

Nate Duell is head coach of the inaugural Tabor College swimming program. A native of Goshen, Ind., Duell brings nearly 20 years of coaching experience to the position. With the addition of swimming, Tabor is the only college in Kansas to offer both a men’s and women’s swimming program. With Tabor College wetting its proverbial feet with the start of […]

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Tabor hires new bowling coach

Tabor hires new bowling coach

Dick Tabor College has hired Daniel Dick of Bluefield, Va. as its head bowling coach, effective Aug. 1. “I am excited to get the bowling year under way and begin training with our new recruits and returning players,” Dick said. “I am blessed that I have been given this opportunity and am humbled to become part of the Tabor family.” […]

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Oklahoma Wesleyan to join KCAC in 2015

The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference will be expanding with the addition of Oklahoma Wes­leyan University, who has accepted an invitation for membership from the KCAC board of presidents. “This expansion allows the conference to grow its geographic footprint into Oklahoma for recruiting purposes and to connect with alums/fans in Oklahoma from current member schools,” said Commissioner Scott Craw­ford. “The addition […]

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Ticket to the Majors

Ticket to the Majors

Jacob Webb, shown pitching during his complete-game shutout of the University of Jamestown in the NAIA Opening Round semifinals, has been drafted by the Atlanta Braves. This year, Webb set Tabor records for strikeouts per game and individual season strikeouts. Tabor College pitcher Jacob Webb became just the second Bluejay in school history to be selected in the Major League […]

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Three Bluejays receive All-American baseball honors

Three Bluejays receive All-American baseball honors

Webb Three members of Tabor College’s World Series baseball team have earned honors from the NAIA-Baseball Coaches Association All-America Selection Commit­tee. Senior pitcher Junior Mustain was named to the  All-America second team. He pitched 99 innings with an earned-run average of 1.91 and finished with a 12-2 record, ranking him fourth in wins in NAIA Division I. Mustain gave up […]

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Tabor 2-2 in World Series debut

Tabor 2-2 in World Series debut

Gadiel Baez attempts to turn a double play during the first inning against Oklahoma Wesleyan Tuesday. Tabor lost the game, 10-9, in 12 innings, concluding its play in the NAIA Baseball World Series with a 2-2 record. The Tabor College baseball team’s historic run in the program’s first NAIA World Series appearance ended last Tuesday with a heartbreaking 10-9 loss […]

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Tabor’s series run continues

Tabor’s series run continues

Kevin Seeger reaches second base after hitting a double during the second inning against Southern Poly Friday in the first game of the NAIA Baseball World Series. Seeger later scored the game’s only run to give Tabor the 1-0 victory. The ninth-seeded Tabor College baseball team survived to see another day with a thrilling, come-from-behind 6-5 victory over No. 6 […]

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Daugherty 3rd at national track meet

The national-qualifying track and field athletes from Tabor College traveled to Gulf Shores, Ala., for the 2014 NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. “We had a great weekend both on and off the track,” coach Dave Kroeker said. “Three school records were broken last weekend, and the kids all competed extremely well on the big­gest stage of the year.” Garrett […]

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