Written by Andrew Ottoson Wednesday, 20 February 2008 09:52The Tabor College men defeated Bethel College 60-52 in Newton Saturday. It was Tabor’s second win of the season against the Threshers.
Combined with the 58-57 Valentine’s Day upset of Southwestern in Hillsboro, the rivalry win evened up the team’s conference record.Bethel
After Tabor took a 14-6 lead 6:09 into the first half, Bethel rallied to take a 22-20 advantage. A field goal by Kyle Kroeker knotted it 4:38 before the half expired.
Then Mike Rousell got a hand on a pass, setting up a steal by Kyle de Blonk. De Blonk sent a lead pass to Rousell, who finished the fast break with a 1-handed dunk.
Tabor at that point had a 24-22 lead, but entered intermission tied with the Threshers 25-25.
Zach Vanselow dominated the...
Written by Andrew Ottoson Wednesday, 20 February 2008 09:01College women’s basketball team fell to Bethel by a 68-62 margin Saturday.
The loss moved the Bluejays into a third-place tie with hard-charging McPherson in the conference standings with one week left of regular-season games. It also took some of the luster off of Thursday’s sparkling 68-60 win over second-place Southwestern. Brittany Roth goes up for a shot and gets mugged by Jenna Wilson Thursday night in Hillsboro. Roth collected five rebounds and scored six of eight points at the foul line as Tabor evened out the season series against Southwestern.
Tabor built a 19-11 lead with 7:36 left in the first half on a second-chance basket by Chelsea Malone, who had buried back-to-back 3-pointers...
Written by Andrew Ottoson Wednesday, 13 February 2008 10:47The Tabor College women’s basketball team hammered two of the KCAC bottom-feeders this week, dropping Friends 61-53 and Ottawa 76-58. Having blown past Stef Randa (not pictured) on the dribble, Stacie Herman outflanks the four remaining Ottawa defenders with a pinpoint pass late in the second half of Saturday’s blowout win. With 17 points and 10 assists, she recorded Tabor’s first double-double of the season.
The Bluejays fell behind 3-0 16 seconds into the contest and trailed for a grand total of 1:13 before their superior organization and athleticism translated into stops at the defensive end and made shots on offense.
When Kirsten Watson drained a long 2-pointer from the right wing at...
Written by Andrew Ottoson Wednesday, 13 February 2008 10:34The Tabor College men’s basketball team defeated Friends 73-63 inWichita Thursday, then gave conference-leading Ottawa a stern testSaturday in Hillsboro before falling 81-79.
Zach Vanselow lifts a shot high over Braves forward Clint Bones in the first half of Saturday’s 81-79 home loss. Vanselow was limited by foul trouble but dominated the paint with 17 points, 13 rebounds and two blocked shots.
Ottawa—The Bluejays weathered a 19-for-27 storm unleashed in the first half by the Ottawa shooters, then roared back to within a shot of victory in front of an overflowing “church night” crowd.
Zach Vanselow picked up a pair of early fouls and finished the first half with more...
Written by Andrew Ottoson Wednesday, 13 February 2008 10:15The Tabor College baseball team hosts its first homestand of the season this week, with twinbills set for Friday against Dana College and Saturday against Mount Marty.
Both double headers begin at 1 p.m.
The Bluejays have gone 2-5 in seven non-conference games thus far. The season’s first double-header tilted toward host Oklahoma Baptist last Wednesday. Tabor lost the opener 16-10 and the nightcap 19-7. A 17-6 loss followed on Thursday.
Tabor picked up its first win of the season Friday at Southwest Assemblies of God. The hosts defeated Tabor in the first game of the doubleheader 14-4, but the Bluejays bounced back in the second contest, winning 14-4.
Tabor split a set with Hillsdale Free Will Baptist Saturday, dropping the...
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