Tabor drops pair to Warriors

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN TOM STOPPEL
The Tabor women fell behind by as much as 13 points in the first half to Sterling and never recovered.



Tabor twice cut the lead to just three points in the second half, the last time being inside the one minute mark and Tabor had possession, but they couldn’t get over the hump and lost 59-53.



The Bluejays were led by Erica Hemmert who pumped in 19 points while Jill Hein added 14 points.



Tabor hit just 39.6 percent of their field goal attempts while Sterling managed to hit only 42 percent of their shots.



With the loss, the Bluejays five game winning streak was snapped and they fall to 13-10 overall, and 7-6 in the KCAC.



The Tabor men placed four players in double figures against the Warriors, but it wasn’t enough as Sterling won the game 74-59.



Tabor trailed by seven points at halftime and cut the lead to just four at 46-42 with 11:59 to play, but couldn’t get any closer as they eventually lost 74-59.



Tabor was led by Jeremiah Randall who had 11 points while Tyson Ratzlaff, Brad Gattis, and Anthony Monson all had 10 points.



Tabor actually hit 51.1 percent of their shots compared to 48.2 percent for Sterling, but the Warriors connected on 10 of 25 3-pointers while Tabor hit just five of 13 from beyond the arc.



With the loss, the Bluejays record falls to 10-13 overall and 10-3 in conference play.

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