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Tabor claims KCAC 3-peatwith 65-21 win over Bethany

Tabor claims KCAC 3-peat

with 65-21 win over Bethany

Tabor running back Drevion Cooper looks for an opening behind his lead blocker, Carlos DeLeon, during the first half of Tabor 65-21 win over Bethany College to wrap up the regular season. Cooper finished with a school-record performance with 324 yards on 23 carries. He also was named KCAC Offensive Player of the Week. The Tabor College football team did […]

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Bluejays moving on to national tourney

Bluejays moving on to national tourney

Tabor College outside hitter Amy Horner, battling against McPherson College on Oct. 20, shows the form that led to her be named “KCAC Player of the Year” last week. The senior from Artesia, N.M., and her fellow KCAC tournament champion teammates will host Trinity College from Indiana in the opening round of the NAIA this Saturday. Winning the Kansas Collegiate […]

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Bluejays ward off Mac attack

Bluejays ward off Mac attack

Tabor senior Zach Johnson snags a deep pass from quarterback Curry Parham during the climactic fourth quarter of Saturday’s 46-29 victory over McPherson College. For the game, Johnson caught eight passes for 250 yards and three touchdowns. The Tabor College Blue­jays, co-leaders in the KCAC and ranked 19th nationally, had its hands full for three quarters Saturday afternoon against a […]

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Hesston friends reunite at Tabor

Hesston friends reunite at Tabor

Bluejay volleyball standouts Ali Jost, Jessanna Nebel and Megan Voth (from left) were good friends as Hesston High School volleyball players, but are key contributors to the Tabor College success. It’s a sequence Bluejay volleyball fans love to watch: senior Ali Jost makes an incredible dig, senior Megan Voth smoothly sets the ball into the air and junior Jessanna Nebel […]

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TC men open hoops season with two losses

TC men open hoops season with two losses

abor’s Julian Winton soars for two of his 26 points in the season opener against College of the Ozarks. The Tabor College men got off to a strong start in their season and home opener against College of the Ozarks, but a stronger second half carried the Bobcats to a 73-67 victory Wednesday night. The Bluejays started the game with […]

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Tabor women endure tough start

Tabor women endure tough start

Morgan Ediger shoots for two of her seven points in Tabor’s seasoning-opening 92-53 loss to College of the Ozarks Nov. 1 The Tabor College women’s basketball team had a difficult opening night, losing to the College of the Ozarks Bobcats in Hills­boro. The Tabor women, ranked 12th by the NAIA, were overwhelmed by the No. 6-ranked Bobcats, 92-53. “They’re definitely […]

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UASO takes Tabor by 14

The Tabor College men hit the road Nov. 4 for their first game away from home, and came home with an 86-72 loss at the Univer­sity of Arts & Sciences of Oklahoma. Points were hard to come by for both teams in the first half. Tabor led until the game was tied 8 at the 13:44 mark. The Drovers expanded […]

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UASO wins by 37 points

After enduring a 92-53 drubbing by No. 6 College of the Ozarks at home, the Tabor College women didn’t find much healing on the road, losing Nov. 4 to the Univer­sity of Arts & Sciences of Okla­homa in Chickasaw, 72-35. The Bluejays (0-2) won the first quarter, 11-6, with a 7-point contribution from Taylor Deniston. Tabor expanded the lead to […]

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TC volleyball likely 3rd seed at KCAC tourney

The Tabor College Blue­jays avenged an earlier five-set loss to Oklahoma Wesleyan on Friday as they swept the Eagles on Senior Night, 25-15, 26-24, 25-19. Including the 9-31, 25-20, 25-17, 25-22 win versus Friends on Wednesday, the win over OKWU gives Tabor a 17-5 record in the KCAC and 22-9 for the regular season. It also assures the Blue­jays of […]

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Loewen leads TC cross country at KCAC race

The Tabor College women’s cross-country team placed fourth at the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Con­ference Championships Saturday at Lindsborg. Leading the women was Julie Loewen, who placed eighth among 94 finishers on the 5-kilometer course in 20 minutes, 31.1 seconds. Team­mate Emily Kemlin was only two places behind her, crossing in 10th place in 20:15.9. Lindsay Crist placed 17th in 20:51.4, […]

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