Tabor women drop ninth straight soccer game

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN TOM STOPPEL
The Tabor College women’s soccer team lost a home match to Sterling College on Thursday, 7-0.

“We played pretty good for the first 30 minutes, but Sterling just took over and scored three goals by the end of the half,” coach Herb Wiebe said.

Four second-half goals by the Warriors secured the victory to drop Tabor’s season record to 0-8 and its KCAC mark to 0-3.

Southwestern College-The Bluejays lost to Southwestern, 4-0, Tuesday but showed signs of improvement.

“I was encouraged with our effort,” coach Herb Wiebe said. “If we play that hard the rest of the season, we stand a good chance of making the playoffs.”

Tabor played the Moundbuilders to a scoreless tie for the first 40 minutes, but Southwestern broke the ice with a goal at the 41-minute mark for a 1-0 lead by halftime.

A mental error allowed another goal for Southwestern, but it was inadvertently scored by the Bluejays for the final 4-0 win.

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