Rorabaugh earns All-America status

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Matt Rorabaugh of Tabor College concluded a stellar season by placing fifth on high jump at the NAIA national track and field meet in Louisville, Ky.,

His leap of 6-feet, 7-inches earned him All-America honors, which are awarded to the top six finishers in each event.

Several other Tabor College competed at the national meet.

Brian Lightner participated in the 110-meter high hurdles. A mathematics major, Lightner was awarded Academic All-American status by virtue of participating in the national meet while carrying at least a 3.5 grade point average and being either a junior or senior.

Trent Voth ran the 110-meter high hurdles, Caleb Stanton competed in the 100-m dash and Ashley Scherrer represented Tabor in the triple jump. Scherrer made the finals in triple jump and eventually finished in ninth.

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