Category: College

Bluejay men cruise to KCAC title

Bluejay men cruise to KCAC title

DeShun Patterson eyes the basket during the second half against Oklahoma Wesleyan Saturday. Patterson scored six points in Tabor’s 94-67 win. The Tabor College men’s basketball team cruised to a pair of victories last week to end the regular season atop the KCAC standings for the third-consecutive year. The Bluejays defeated their two opponents by 20 points or more, tallying […]

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TC women finish second in KCAC

TC women finish second in KCAC

Kaleigh Troxell draws a foul during the first quarter against Oklahoma Wesleyan Saturday. Troxell made both charity shots to give the Bluejays a 19-11 lead. Troxell led all scorers with 12 points in Tabor’s 68-41 win. The Tabor College women’s basketball team split its final regular-season games last week to finish as KCAC runners-up with an 18-4 record, 23-6 overall. […]

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TC takes three from Dakota Wesleyan

The Tabor College baseball team fell one game short of a series sweep of Dakota Wesleyan Saturday and Sunday. Tabor won both games Saturday and the first Sunday before losing the final game of the series. Tabor moved to 9-2 on the season. Dakota Wesleyan—Tabor knocked out 16 hits in a 16-1 victory in Game 1 Saturday. Through three innings, […]

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TC softball loses two to Northwestern

The Tabor College softball team lost two games to Northwestern Friday in its home-opener. Tabor suffered a 2-0 defeat in Game 1. After four scoreless innings, the Red Raiders scored two runs off two hits in the top of the fifth. Tabor left two runners on base in the game. Brianna Quiroz was 2-for-3 at-bat. Hannah Jones was 1-for-1. Madison […]

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Windle, Bacon compete in Lincoln

Two members of Tabor College’s indoor track and field team competed at the Nebraska Tune-Up Friday in Lincoln. Alyssa Windle placed sixth in the shot put (43 feet, 5 inches) and eighth in the weight throw (46-43⁄4). Thomas Bacon finished 30th in the 3,000 (9:43.99). Coming—Windle will compete in the shot put at the NAIA Indoor National Championships March 2-4 […]

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Bluejays defeat Bethany, 98-80

Bluejays defeat Bethany, 98-80

Cody May scores early in the first half against Bethany Saturday. May scored 10 points in Tabor’s 98-80 victory. The win clinched the KCAC regular-season title for Tabor. With two regular-season games still to play, the Tabor College men’s basketball team secured its third-consecutive regular season title with a win over Bethany Saturday night. At 17-3, the KCAC-leading Bluejays hold […]

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Tabor women roll past Bethany

Tabor women roll past Bethany

Kyli Webber scores the final points of the first half versus Bethany Saturday, giving Tabor a 37-16 lead at intermission. Webber scored 12 points in Tabor’s 76-42 victory. The Tabor College women’s basketball team improved to 17-3 in KCAC play, 22-5 overall by earning two wins last week. After gutting out a come-from-behind victory at Southwestern, Tabor won handily versus […]

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Tabor baseball starts season 6-1

The Tabor College baseball team recorded a 6-1 start the season after playing seven games in four days in Texas last week. The Bluejays outscored opponents, 64-29, batting a collective .376 and posting a team ERA of 4.50. Southwestern Christian—Tabor concluded its season-opening outing in Texas with a 13-4 win Saturday. In the opening inning, pitcher Jordan Harris helped his […]

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TC softball 1-4 at Cowtown Classic

The Tabor College softball team started the season with one win and four losses over two days at the Cowtown Classic last week. Houston-Victoria—Tabor concluded its Texas outing with a 4-3 loss to the 18th-ranked Jaguars Saturday. The Bluejays got on the board first with a run in the opening inning, but the Jaguars tied the game in the bottom […]

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TC swimmers conclude regular season

The Tabor College swim team completed the regular season by hosting the Great Plains Invitational at Wichita State Friday and Saturday. Both Bluejay teams finished first. The women scored 669 points, ahead of St. Gregory’s (388), Rose State (189), Wayland Baptist (168) and Oklahoma State (75). The Bluejay women set four new school records. The men scored 471 points, ahead of […]

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