Category: College

Four Bluejays earn preseason football recognition

Four members of the Tabor College football team are represented on the 2016 All-KCAC preseason team. Two Bluejays were preseason selections on offense: senior fullback Joe Donell and junior offensive lineman Spencer Baalman. A second-team selection a year ago, Donnell was Tabor’s leading rusher with 1,032 yards. That statistic ranked fourth in the conference and 20th nationally. Donnell ranked 29th nationally […]

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Tabor College soccer teams take to the field in first scrimmages of 2016

Tabor College soccer teams take to the field in first scrimmages of 2016

Alexis Olivares Sophomore midfielder Alexis Olivares prepares to pass the ball during the Tabor College women’s soccer team’s first scrimmage of the season against Northern Oklahoma Thursday. The scrimmage ended in a tie. Saturday, the Bluejay men’s and women’s teams were in action in scrimmages against Barton Community College. Tabor will kick off the regular season Aug. 31 at Central […]

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Felty feted on 2016 preseason team

Bransyn Felty is the sole Tabor College athlete to earn recognition on the 2016 KCAC preseason men’s soccer team. The senior forward was a second team selection last year. Felty led the Bluejays in scoring with 11 goals (0.65 per game). He also led the team in shots (65) and shots on goal (34). He ranked 31st nationally in shots […]

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Loewen feted for character by KCAC

Loewen feted for character by KCAC

Hillsboro native Tena Loewen has been honored for her character by the KCAC Tabor College multi-sport athlete Tena Loewen has been named the KCAC Champion of Character Female Student-Athlete of the Year for 2015-16. A member of the Tabor volleyball and basketball teams, Loewen was a first team, All-KCAC selection in both sports during her junior campaign. In volleyball, Loewen […]

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Class designs TC football exhibit

Class designs TC football exhibit

Jessica Klanderud, assistant professor of history at Tabor College, looks through a folder containing newspaper clippings about the Bluejay football program in the Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies archives. Klanderud’s Introduction to Museum Studies class has created a museum exhibit about Tabor’s football program that will be displayed during Homecoming in October. The class seeks football memorabilia from the community. […]

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TC football tops media day polls

TC football tops media day polls

Mike Gardner talks to members of the media at the 2016 KCAC Football Media Day Thursday. Tabor topped both the preseason coaches’ and media polls tabulated at the event. The Tabor College football team topped both the preseason coaches’ and media polls tabulated at the 2016 KCAC Football Media Day Thursday. The Bluejays return 38 lettermen and 12 starters, six […]

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Loewen, Horner feted on preseason team

Two Bluejay athletes represent Tabor College on the 2016 KCAC preseason volleyball team released Monday. Senior outside hitter Tena Loewen was a member of the 2015 preseason team and ended the season as an All-KCAC first-team selection. Last year, Loewen recorded a team-high and KCAC second-best 525 kills over 135 sets, averaging 3.9 kills per set. She led the KCAC […]

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Loewen earns preseason cross country honors

The 2016 preseason All-KCAC cross country teams have been selected by conference coaches, with one Tabor College athlete represented. Sophomore Julie Loe­wen was the sole Bluejay to make either list. She represents Tabor on the preseason women’s team. Loewen finished 14th in the KCAC championship cross country race last year.

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Preseason cross country, soccer, volleyball polls released

The KCAC has released the 2016 preseason coaches’ polls for cross country, soccer and volleyball. Cross country—Tabor men were picked to finish seventh of 12 teams. No. 2 ranked University of Saint Mary was picked to repeat as KCAC champions. Last year, Tabor placed seventh of 12 at the KCAC meet. The Bluejay women were picked 11th in the conference. […]

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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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