Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 13 June 2007 10:49The Tabor College Athletic Department has announced the signing of additional athletes for the new school year.<p>Jason Aubrey, Bartlesville, Okla., has signed to participate in football. He will transfer from Emporia State University.<p>According to Mike Gottsch, Bluejay head coach, Aubrey was “an exceptional passing quarterback” at Bartlesville High School.<p>“He is very competitive and will bring solid leadership qualities to the team,” Gottsch said. “He is a young man of faith and will be a very positive influence on the Tabor campus.”
At 6 feet, 1 inch and 190 pounds, Aubrey led Oklahoma Class 6A quarterbacks in yardage his senior season with more than 2000 yards.
He received all-district and all-state honorable mention.
Aubrey was also named “most outstanding student-athlete” at Bartlesville High School.
Women’s head basketball coach Shawn Winter has signed Brittany Roth, Milford, Neb.
“The addition of Brittany brings much needed depth to our post play for next season,” Winter said.
“Brittany brings good size, strength, and athleticism to our team,” he added.
“More importantly, she brings two years of college playing experience that will allow her to contribute immediately on the court.”
Roth, a 5-11 forward, was all-region second team while at Hesston College. She helped lead the Larks to records of 19-10 and 18-11.
Roth earned all-conference first-team honors and all-state honorable mention during her senior year at Milford High School.
For track and field, Tasia Johnson, Dallas, Texas, will compete at Tabor via East Mississippi Community College in Scooba, Miss.
“Tasia will be a terrific addition to our women’s track and field teams,” coach Dave Kroeker said. “She brings excellent speed and athleticism to the team, and is a fine Christian young lady who is a good student as well.”
Johnson runs the 100 and 200 meters as well as 4x100 and 4x200m and long jump.
She was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association all-star team.
During her senior year, Johnson helped lead Mansfield Timberland High School to a third-place finish in the Class 4A Texas state track meet. Her 4x100 and 4x200 teams were ranked among the top 10 in Texas.
Johnson was a member of the honor roll in high school and National Honor Society. She qualified for the dean’s list at EMCC.