Category: College

Fox excited for new opportunities at Tabor College

Fox excited for new opportunities at Tabor College

Mark Fox is the new assistant men’s basketball coach at Tabor College. He has also taken on the role of sports information director and is excited for the opportunity to learn something new. Fox spent the past 11 years coaching the women’s basketball team at Bethel College. Opportunities to learn and grow await Tabor College’s new assistant men’s basketball coach […]

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Allen returns to lead Tabor cross-country program

Allen returns to lead Tabor cross-country program

Joel Allen has returned to his alma mater to serve as the head cross-country coach at Tabor College. A four-time national qualifier in cross country, Allen’s experience as a former athlete provides a unique perspective that will inform his coaching strategy. Allen said his priority is to build the Bluejay program both in numbers and in talent. Joel Allen is […]

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TC’s Emoto driven to achieve on and off the court

TC’s Emoto driven to achieve on and off the court

Tabor College’s Jessica Emoto earned NAIA All-American recognition from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association at the conclusion of her sophomore campaign. Tabor’s No. 1 women’s singles player, Emoto qualified for the USTA/ITA National Small College Tennis Championships last fall. She went 28-5 in singles and 18-5 in doubles last year and was a unanimous selection as KCAC Most Valuable Player. Jessica […]

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Tabor’s DeLeon signs contract with San Diego Padres team

Less than a week after going undrafted, Manny DeLeon was given a chance to pursue his dream. The senior right fielder for Tabor College worked out for the San Diego Padres at the team’s camp in Peoria, Ariz., last week, which ultimately led to a contract offer. “They had me practicing with the team and then they had me taking […]

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DeLeon feted as Player of the Year

DeLeon feted as Player of the Year

Tabor College right fielder Manny DeLeon has been named the NAIA National Player of the Year, becoming the first KCAC baseball player to do so. DeLeon led the NAIA in total bases, RBIs, slugging percentage and home runs this season, while batting a team-best .440. He led the Bluejays with 25 stolen bases and was also named the KCAC Player […]

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Ratzlaff named KBCA Coach of the Year

Ratzlaff named KBCA Coach of the Year

Tabor College head men’s basketball coach Micah Ratzlaff has been named the 2016 KBCA four-year college men’s Coach of the Year. Last season, Ratzlaff’s Bluejays made their third-consecutive trip to the NAIA tournament and ended the year with a school-record 30 wins.<p> Tabor College head men’s basketball coach Micah Ratzlaff has received recognition from the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association as […]

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Emoto honored as  NAIA All-American

Emoto honored as NAIA All-American

Jessica Emoto was recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association as a 2016 NAIA All-American in women’s singles. The Tabor College sophomore went 15-1 in No. 1 singles this past season. Tabor College tennis player Jessica Emoto has achieved 2016 NAIA All-American recognition from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association in women’s singles. The sophomore from Gresham, Ore., is one of 20 athletes […]

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Hill returns to Tabor College as defensive coordinator

Hill returns to Tabor College as defensive coordinator

CJ Hill has returned to Hillsboro be defensive coordinator for the Tabor College football. Hill is a graduate of Hillsboro High School and Tabor College, and he brings 10 years of coaching experience. CJ Hill has come full circle back to the place he claims as his hometown. Woven throughout his travels from Kansas to Oklahoma to Ohio to Oklahoma […]

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Tabor hires Fox as assistant coach, SID

Tabor hires Fox as assistant coach, SID

Mark Fox has been hired as assistant men’s basketball coach and sports information director at Tabor College. He brings nearly 30 years of experience in coaching, recruiting and teaching. Tabor College has hired Mark Fox as its assistant men’s basketball coach and sports information director. Fox brings nearly 30 years of experience in coaching, recruiting and teaching to the position. […]

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Tabor sends four to NAIA track meet

Four Bluejays represented Tabor College at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships last week in Gulf Shores, Ala. Amy Horner, a junior, turned in Tabor’s highest performance. She placed 13th in the triple jump with a leap of 36 feet, 73⁄4 inches, attained on her last attempt. Junior Alyssa Windle placed 15th in the shot put (42-111⁄2), having entered […]

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