Category: College

Tabor signs 2-sport athlete Hullet for b-ball and v-ball

Abilene High School senior Gina Hullet has signed letters of intent to play basketball and volleyball next year for Tabor College.

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TC women run 2nd, men run 3rd at Mac

Liz Kleinsasser again led the Tabor College women?s cross-country team to a second-place finish with 48 points at the McPherson Bulldog Invitational on Saturday.

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Falcons thrash Bluejays with turnover help
Falcons thrash Bluejays with turnover help

Falcons thrash Bluejays with turnover help

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Tabor linebacker Clayton Kessler closes in on Friends quarterback Chris Randolph. While Randolph got rid of the ball in time to avoid the sack on this play, Kessler led the Bluejays with two tackles for loss. Andrew Ottoson / Free Press.

Friends University celebrated homecoming with a 53-point victory over Tabor College Satur?day night.

The Falcons came into the game ranked 21st in the NAIA, having fallen from 12th after a 26-21 loss at Bethany two weeks ago. Restoring their rank appeared to be a high priority as the Falcons outscored the Bluejays 66-13.

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Jays top Ottawa for fourth KCAC win
Jays top Ottawa for fourth KCAC win

Jays top Ottawa for fourth KCAC win

TCvb2blockersP9273425.jpg Click to buy photos from this story Tabor front-liners Beth Romero (left) and Jordan Crosson alter the direction of Ottawa outside hitter Jenny Heck?s hit on Tuesday. After besting the Braves (30-18, 28-30, 30-27, 30-17) at home Sept. 27 for their fourth conference win, the Bluejays traveled to Oklahoma City for a four-team non-conference tournament over the weekend. The […]

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Tabor blasts Panhandle State and Gottsch wins first at Tabor
Tabor blasts Panhandle State and Gottsch wins first at Tabor

Tabor blasts Panhandle State and Gottsch wins first at Tabor

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Teal Stutzman (above, left) and Joe Wuest bring the Bluejay pass rush home to roost in the Aggies backfield. The Tabor defense forced eight turnovers in Saturday?s 49-28 win over Okla. Panhandle State. Demetrius Cox (above, right) ran around, over and through the Aggies defensive line on his way to 220 rushing yards.photos by<p>Andrew Ottoson

The Tabor College football team earned its first win under head coach Mike Gottsch, 49-28, over Oklahoma Panhandle State University Saturday night in Hillsboro.

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Kleinsasser paces TC women to 3rd place
Kleinsasser paces TC women to 3rd place

Kleinsasser paces TC women to 3rd place

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With two runners placing in the top 10 at the Tabor College Invitational cross country meet, the Bluejay women?s team placed third out of 14 schools that visited Marion Reservoir?s Cottonwood Point on Saturday.

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Tabor slips to 0-2 at Sterling
Tabor slips to 0-2 at Sterling

Tabor slips to 0-2 at Sterling

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Tabor College running back Demetrius Cox turns the corner and leaves a trail of defenders in his wake on a 22-yard fumble return late in Saturday?s 36-27 loss to Sterling. On the play, quarterback Jason Aubrey dropped back to pass, was sacked, and fumbled. Cox was Johnny-on-the-spot, scooping up the ball and sprinting across the width of the field before turning toward the end zone.

The price of British currency slid markedly over the weekend, but another Sterling saw its stock rise.

In Saturday night?s showdown of 0-1 teams in Week 2 of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference season, Sterling College exercised its option and pounded Tabor, 36-27.

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Tabor 2-2 thru four games of long week
Tabor 2-2 thru four games of long week

Tabor 2-2 thru four games of long week

TCvbKWU2blockP9132892.jpg Click to buy photo ?Bluejays Audrey Schellenberg (left) and Heather Witham go for the block against Kansas Wesleyan on Thursday. KW handed Tabor its first conference loss of the year, 27-30, 30-21, 32-30, 30-28. Saint Mary visited Monday and pushed Tabor College to five games before the Bluejays prevailed, 30-23, 30-22, 28-30, 24-30, 15-13, to improve their KCAC record […]

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Tabor drops season opener vs. Ottawa, 35-26
Tabor drops season opener vs. Ottawa, 35-26

Tabor drops season opener vs. Ottawa, 35-26

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Bluejays running back Demetrius Cox gets away from defender Bob Risch in the second quarter of Tabor?s 35-26 season-opening loss to Ottawa. Cox ran for 86 yards. Andrew Ottoson / Free Press

A pair of costly turnovers marred a strong effort by Tabor College during the opening contest of the season on Saturday.

Ottawa came to Reimer Field with a losing streak against the Bluejays that covered the past three seasons, but left with a 35-26 victory.

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TC women run sixth at Lake Afton

The Tabor College cross-country teams ran at Lake Afton in Wichita on Saturday.

The women?s squad had three runners out but still placed sixth out of 14 teams in its first full-distance run of the season.

?We were not at full strength for this meet,? coach Karol Hunt said. ?Shelby Miller, Amber Wiens and Tesheena Ruzinsky were not able to compete because of injuries.?

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