Tabor College has hired two new coaches for the athletic department in recent weeks.
— Lincoln Wulf of Neodesha has accepted the positions of director of soccer operations and assistant to the director of the Center for Academic Development at Tabor College.
As part of his assignment, Wulf will be the head coach for men’s soccer.
Wulf earned a bachelor of arts degree in American history from Wichita State University and has taken graduate work in history from Emporia State University.
His coaching experience includes stops at Neosho County Community College, Sterling College and Allen County Community College.
Wulf also worked with student retention and academic advising at each of the previously mentioned colleges.
“We believe Lincoln will provide good leadership for the soccer program and serve well in retention and academic development,” said Howard Keim, vice president of academic affairs.
— Filling a huge void in the school’s softball program, Tabor has hired Tina King as the Bluejays new head coach.
King, a longtime resident of Hillsboro, brings a wealth of knowledge and college coaching experience to the position, according to Don Brubacher, athletic director.
King has coached softball on a variety of levels over the years, and coached volleyball at Tabor from 1991 to 1995.
“We are pleased to have Mrs. King back on staff,” said Brubacher. “We are excited as we look forward to her work.”
King recently was named head coach for Hillsboro HIgh School’s volleyball team following Collette Burton’s late resignation. King was to be an assistant coach this fall.