More depth should strengthen Jays

First year coach Jeremy Glanzer leads the Tabor Golf team into the spring season.

Returning from last years squad is senior Tim Friesen.

“Tim is an experienced player in conference and will probably play the one spot for us,” said Glanzer.

Joining Friesen from last years team is junior Matt Glanzer, who is making the transition from the basketball season.

The team should get help from a very strong recruiting class.

Brad Shield and Wayne Pekar are expected to contribute for the team immediately.

“These two freshman have a lot of talent,” said Glanzer. “The key for them will be adjusting to the conference play and tuning up their game.”

Chris Frantz rounds out the top five, as he returns from last years team as well.

Another plus for this years team is the depth they have.

Kyle Thomas, Herb Wiebe, Joe Sheldon, and Tim Pauls are all players who should make the team stronger.

Last Thursday and Friday the team opened play at the Bethany Swede Invitational.

As a team, Tabor placed in the middle of the pack.

Leading the team was Tim Friesen who placed in the top half with a 77 on the second day of the tournament.

“We struggled with the conditions,” Glanzer said.

The Bluejays were schedule to compete at the Newman Golf Classic last week at Reflection Ridge in Wichita, but it was postponed because of bad weather.

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