Category: College

Travens, Byrd receive KCAC softball honors for the week

Two Tabor College softball players received KCAC Softball Player and pitcher of the Week were selected for their performances on the field from March 5-11 by a vote of conference sports information directors. Kerrigan Travens earned KCAC Softball Player of the Week honors and Madison Byrd earned the KCAC Pitcher of the Week honors. Travens banged out five hits in […]

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Scorecard (March 14, 2018)

KCAC BASKETBALL MEN – Final KCAC Overall W L W L Southwestern (13) 17 5 27 9 Okla. Wesleyan (16) 15 7 26 9 Kansas Wesleyan 14 8 16 13 Saint Mary 14 8 17 13 York 13 9 16 14 Friends 13 9 16 15 Tabor 13 9 14 15 Ottawa 11 11 12 16 McPherson 8 14 11 […]

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Tabor women upset Friends to secure an NAIA berth

Using a precision like offense, and a defense that limited Friends to contested jumpers in the first quarter, the Tabor College Bluejays raced to a commanding 20-10 lead against the top-seeded Falcons, and held on to win the KCAC tournament championship, 73-67, at Hartman Arena Feb. 26. The win sends the Bluejays back to the NAIA National Tournament in Sioux […]

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Scorecard (March 7, 2018)

KCAC BASKETBALL MEN KCAC Overall W L W L Southwestern (13) 17 5 26 7 Okla. Wesleyan (16) 15 7 25 8 Kansas Wesleyan 14 8 16 13 Saint Mary 14 8 17 13 York 13 9 16 14 Friends 13 9 16 15 Tabor 13 9 14 15 Ottawa 11 11 12 16 McPherson 8 14 11 19 Bethel […]

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Tabor swimmers compete at NAIA championships in Georgia

The Tabor College women’s and men’s swim teams competed at the NAIA National Champion­ship swim meet in Colum­bus, Ga., from Feb. 28 to March 3. Neither Bluejay team came away with team points, but both secured some national hardware. The women and men both received the NAIA National Champions of Character team award for the 2017-18 season. It was the […]

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TC men throttled by OKWU in finale

The Tabor College men made the trip to Bartlesville, Okla., Friday hoping to steal a road trip win from 20th-ranked Oklahoma Wesleyan University. It appeared the Bluejays were going to give them a fight, trailing by only 48-43 with a minute left in the first half. But back-to-back 3-point baskets by the Eagles may have been a knockout punch. The […]

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Tabor women rise to relevance

The Tabor College women continued their resurrection post-season, coming from 10 points behind in the third quarter to knock off Okla­homa Wesleyan University, 60-50, on the Eagles’ home floor and earn a berth in the KCAC tournament championship game on Monday. OKWU came out confidently, and jumped to a 9-4 lead within the first 3:30. By the end of the […]

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KCAC head coaches award honors to seven Bluejays

KCAC head coaches award honors to seven Bluejays

Seven players from the Tabor College women’s and men’s teams received recognition by the Kansas Colle­giate Athletics Conference for their performance during the season. Four Bluejays on the women’s team were recognized based on the vote of KCAC head women’s basketball coaches. Taylor Deniston, a junior guard from Humboldt, was a unanimous pick for the KCAC second team. She averaged […]

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Bluejays end regular season on a winning note- Men’s Results

Bluejays end regular season on a winning note- Men’s Results

Gaven Schumann soars for two points early in the Bluejays’ game against Ottawa on Saturday. He contributed 10 points in the 100-79 victory. The Tabor College men trailed Ottawa 33-18 midway through the first half, but pulled within one point by halftime, then dominated play late in the second half on the way to a 100-79 victory to end the […]

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Bluejays end regular season on a winning note – Women’s Results

Bluejays end regular season on a winning note – Women’s Results

Amber Bonham drives past Ottawa defenders for a shot in the lane during the first half of Tabor’s 65-53 in over Ottawa on Saturday. She hit three 3-pointers to fuel the Bluejays in the first half. The Tabor College women knocked off the Ottawa Braves, 65-53, after trailing 26-18 in the second quarter. The Bluejays got off to a lukewarm […]

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