Category: College

Tabor tennis personnel awarded KCAC honors

Several members of the Tabor College tennis teams were selected for Kansas Collegiate Athletic Confer­ence awards by vote of the KCAC head coaches. Southwestern College, Tabor College, and McPher­son College tied for the regular-season champions with 8-1 conference records. Tabor head coach John Ruder was named Coach of the Year, and Bluejay Jessica Emoto was unanimously named MVP for the […]

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Tabor track teams battle at soggy home invitational

Tabor track teams battle at soggy home invitational

Jonathan Hinerman finished fifth in the steeplechase Tabor College hosted its annual track and field invitational meet on a cool and rainy Saturday at Joel H. Wiens Stadium. “While the weather conditions made many events battles of attrition, Tabor did have several event winners and good performances,” coach Dave Kroeker said. For the men, Austin Cheatham won the shot put, […]

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Bluejay softball still leads KCAC

Entering the doubleheader against No. 24 Ottawa University on April 18, the Tabor College softball team had a three-game lead in the KCAC standings and a 13-game winning streak. The Bluejays won the first game, 3-2, but had its winning streak snapped in Game 2, 16-4. Tabor remains in first place in the conference with a two-game lead over Oklahoma […]

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TC women win first KCAC tennis title

With the last point of a 6-1, 6-0 match, Jessica Emoto, fittingly, put the final touches on the first KCAC women’s tennis championship for the Tabor College Bluejays. Emoto earned the fifth point of the dual, guaranteeing Tabor the win. The Bluejays ended up winning the dual, 9-0, to complete an 8-1 regular season. Tabor took a commanding 3-0 lead […]

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Bluejay sweep keeps Tabor in KCAC baseball race

Bluejay sweep keeps Tabor in KCAC baseball race

Tabor College first baseman Cameron Pope puts the tag on a McPherson baserunner during a pick-off attempt, but not in time to record an out during the Bluejays’ 11-6 win in Game 1 of Tabor’s Friday doubleheader. Tabor went on to win the nightcap on Friday and then completed the three-game sweep on Sunday afternoon. The Tabor baseball team took […]

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TC softball streak reaches 13 games

With a 5-0 week, the Tabor College softball team has lengthened its consecutive win streak to 13 games and a two-game lead in the KCAC chase. The Bluejays capped the week by celebrating Senior Day on Friday with a doubleheader sweep of Sterling College at Hillsboro, 9-6 and 4-1. Seniors Emily Ingalls, Tristen Hall, Kelsey Jones, Raegan Ternes, Devon Fisk-Aguilar, […]

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Seven consecutive wins carry TC softball into KCAC lead

Timely hitting and outstanding pitching propelled the Tabor College softball team to a doubleheader sweep of the University of Saint Mary April 4 in Hills­boro. The Bluejays won the first game 1-0 and the nightcap 3-2. The victories pushed Tabor over the .500 mark for the season and extended their winning streak to seven straight games for Coach Suzanne Unruh […]

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TC baseball posts three Sterling wins

The Tabor Bluejays swept a three-game series at Sterling College last week amid an up-and-down weather week. The Bluejays won both games of Thursday;s doubleheader, 18-8 and 5-0, then came back Saturday for a 7-2 victory. The victories improved Tabor’s KCAC mark to 15-5 and 24-13 overall, and pulled them within a half game of co-leaders Oklahoma Wes­leyan and Friends […]

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Standiford reaches 400 career wins at TC

With a two-game sweep Saturday over the Ottawa Braves, the Tabor Bluejays gave Coach Mark Standi­ford career win number 400. All 400 have come as the head coach of the Bluejays. In his 10th year at the Bluejay helm, Standiford is the all-time winningest coach in Tabor College history at 400-168. Standiford has created a level of excellence and expectations […]

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TC’s Cheatham breaks school’s shot record

The Tabor College track teams competed at the Baker Relays, highlighted by Austin Cheatham winning the men’s shot put with a school-record throw of 54 feet, 21⁄2 inches, and throwing a qualifying mark for the NAIA Outdoor National Meet. Steve Morris had held the shot put record since 1976. Also hitting a national qualifying mark in the shot put was […]

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