Category: College

Tabor volleyball sweeps Evangel tourney, 4-0

Tabor College claimed a four-game sweep at the Evangel Classic in Spring­field, Mo., over the weekend. “We had an outstanding weekend of volleyball,” coach Amy Ratzlaff said. “We have played at the Evangel Classic for 10 years and this is the first time we have gone 4-0 for the weekend against really good competition. In their first match, the Bluejays […]

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Freshmen lead TC runners at Sterling

The Tabor College men’s cross-country teams opened its competitive season Saturday at the Warrior Fest Invita­tional hosted by Sterling College. Freshmen Collin Bruske and Garrett Kinsey led the Bluejays to a tie for third place. By finishing their first races in 28:27 and 28:30, the duo entered the record books as the 26th and 29th fastest cross-country runners in Tabor […]

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Tabor soccer men lose two matches, women’s team suffers serious injury

The Tabor College men’s soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to University of Science and Arts of Okla­homa on Wednesday, Sept. 6 in Hillsboro. The Bluejays could not match the speed and physicality of the Drovers, as Tabor managed just one shot on goal in the game and was outshot 15-1 overall. USAO scored in the 18th and 31st minutes […]

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Mustangs outrun Bluejays again

The third time wasn’t the charm for the Tabor College football team in its ongoing series with Morningside College of Iowa. In 2015 and 2016, Mor­n­ing­side ended Tabor’s season in the NAIA playoffs by scores of 51-6 and 65-17, respectively. On Saturday the Mustangs, ranked No. 4 in the NAIA poll, rolled over the 10th-ranked Bluejays, 65-14, at Joel Wiens […]

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Tabor volleyball head to Nebraska after Bethel win

Tabor volleyball head to Nebraska after Bethel win

Sydney Peitz attacks the net during Set 2 with Bethel Wednesday. Peitz recorded two kills and led the team with five block assists in Tabor’s 3-0 win. Tabor College headed north to Nebraska for a weekend volleyball tournament at Bellevue University, but absorbed a pair of losses on Day 1 of the Bruin Classic. In the first match, the Bluejays […]

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Tabor soccer opens against Avila

The Tabor soccer teams opened the 2017 season by splitting games Aug. 30 against Avila, a future KCAC member. Women—Tabor posted a 3-0 win with Dakota Spencer scoring all three goals. She scored in the ninth minute of play and again in the 41st minute to give Tabor a 2-0 halftime lead. Spencer scored her third goal with 52:04 left […]

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Tabor men’s soccer looking to build on 7-10-1 record

Tabor men’s soccer looking to build on 7-10-1 record

These seniors will anchor the Tabor College men’s soccer team this season: (from left) Robert Talamantez, Quentin Francis, Matthew Robinson, Austin Fahrney, Anthony Sanders and Jeff Pritchard. The Tabor College men’s soccer team will field new faces this year as the Bluejays look to improve on last year’s sixth-place KCAC finish. Tabor went 5-5-1 in conference play a year ago […]

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Seven Bluejays earn preseason nod

Seven members of the Tabor College football team have received recognition from KCAC coaches on the 2017 preseason team. Returning AFCA-NAIA All-America second-team selection and All-KCAC first-team offensive lineman Spencer Baalman highlights the list for the Bluejays; as well as these additional All-KCAC returners: first-team lineman Carlos DeLeon; second-team running back Ontre’Von Cooper; second-team wide receiver Zack Johnson; and honorable […]

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Tabor soccer teams picked for mid-pack

The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference has released preseason polls for men’s and women’s soccer as voted on by conference coaches. Men’s team—Tabor was projected to finish seventh as selected by KCAC coaches in preseason polls released last week. The Bluejays finished sixth in the KCAC last year with a 5-5-1 record, 7-10-1 overall. Tabor will open the season at Avila […]

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KCAC releases cross-country, volleyball polls

The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference has released preseason polls for cross-country and volleyball as voted on by conference coaches. Cross-country—Tabor’s men’s and women’s cross-country teams are projected to finish eighth and seventh, respectively, as selected by KCAC coaches in preseason polls released Monday. As a team, the Bluejay men finished eighth at the KCAC cross-country championships last year. Thomas Bacon […]

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