Category: College

Bluejays soccer teams start 0-2 in KCAC play

The Tabor College soccer teams started the KCAC portion of their schedules with 0-2 records last week. Men—The Bluejays came up short at McPherson College on Saturday, losing to the Bulldogs by a 3-1 score. The loss dropped Tabor’s record to 0-2 in the KCAC and 3-4 for the season. On Wednesday, opened conference play with a 1-0 loss in […]

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Tabor cross-country teams run in Arkansas

The Tabor College men’s and women’s cross-country teams competed for the first time at the Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival, hosted in part by the University of Arkansas. It also was the first time any of the men had run in a 10-k race—track or cross country—at the collegiate level. The Tabor women, meanwhile, ran a 5-kilometer course. Leading the […]

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Bluejays roll at the home of the Braves

Bluejays roll at the home of the Braves

Tabor defensive lineman DiMitri Bowie (1) rumbles toward the Ottawa end zone after scooping up a fumble at the Braves’ 7-yard line. With teammate Kevin Golden watching for defenders, Bowie completed the 93-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter of Tabor’s 41-0 road victory. Tabor College enjoyed a dominant win in its first road game of the season Saturday […]

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Tabor hitters fuel win over Ottawa

Tabor hitters fuel win over Ottawa

Brooke Halloway elevates for a kill against an Ottawa defender during the second set of Tabor’s 3-1 win over the Braves for Ottawa’s first loss in the KCAC. The Tabor volleyball team saw its eight-match winning streak end at McPherson College on Wednesday, but earned a huge win over KCAC contender Ottawa on Saturday for a 2-1 week and a […]

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TC cross country hosts home invitational

The Tabor women’s and men’s cross-country teams placed third and fourth, respectively, at the annual Tabor College Invitational at Marion Reservoir’s Cotton­wood Point. Leading the Bluejay women among the nine competing teams was Julie Loewen, who placed fourth in 20:17. She was followed by Emily Kemling (eighth, 20:43), Lindsay Crist (23rd, 21:50), Allison Topham (27th, 22:13) and Katherine Reimer (39th, […]

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Tabor soccer teams compete in Colorado

The Tabor men’s soccer team won its third consecutive match with 1-0 win Sept. 23 over Johnson and Wales University in Denver. The up-and-down contest saw many scoring opportunities for both teams. JWU outshot Tabor, 12-8, but the Bluejays maintained a 6-4 lead in shots on goal. Tabor was the more aggressive team and held a 8-4 advantage in corner […]

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Bluejays overcome Bethel and weather delay

Bluejays overcome Bethel and weather delay

Tabor running back Ontre’Von Cooper (32) skirts the Bethel College defense for a 9-yard gain early in game on Saturday. The junior ran for 66 yards on 14 carries in the Bluejays’ 53-0 win over the Threshers. The game was suspended with 4:04 left in the first quarter because of lightning in the vicinity. The game resumed Sunday afternoon. It […]

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TC volleyball snags two more wins

TC volleyball snags two more wins

Tabor volleyball coach Amy Ratzlaff (seated) offers encouragement as Amy Horner delivers a kill shot during the opening set against Southwestern on Wednesday. Horner and Kendra Kroeker led the team with 11 kills in the three-set sweep.<p> The Tabor College volleyball team extended its winning streak to six matches last week, adding KCAC wins over Southwes­tern College on Wednesday and […]

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Tabor soccer teams sweep St. Gregory

The Tabor soccer team’s swept St. Gregory University on the friendly confines of Joel Wiens Stadium last Wednesday. Women—Tabor used a high-intensity offensive attack to wear down the visiting Cavaliers for a 3-0 win. The Bluejays came out of the gates running, throwing numbers forward and putting pressure on the SGU defense. The Cavaliers stayed strong until the 31st minute […]

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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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