Category: College

Spires end TC’s KCAC win streak

Spires end TC’s KCAC win streak

Davaghndre Jones eyes the basket during the first half against Friends Thursday. Jones scored 15 points in Tabor’s 77-68 win over the Falcons. The Tabor College men’s basketball team split two KCAC games last week to move to 4-1 in conference play, 5-6 overall. Tabor moves into a tie with Bethany (4-1, 7-5) for first in the conference standings. The Swedes […]

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Bluejays split two KCAC contests

Bluejays split two KCAC contests

Deanna Manning shoots for two during the first half against Friends Thursday. Tabor suffered its first KCAC loss to the Falcons by a 78-74 score. The Tabor College women’s basketball team split two KCAC games last week to move to 4-1 in conference play, 7-3 overall. Saint Mary—Tabor rebounded from Thursday’s loss to Friends by defeating the Spires, 69-63, Saturday. […]

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Tabor’s historic season ends with NAIA pool play

The Tabor College volleyball team’s historic season came to a close on the national stage at the conclusion of pool play last week. Tabor qualified for post-season play for the first time in program history, then defeated Wayland Baptist to earn a spot to compete among a 32-team field in pool play in Sioux City, Iowa. The Bluejays (26-9) were […]

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Former Tabor teammates sign with Wichita Force

Former Tabor teammates sign with Wichita Force

Torrey Gill Derrick Lawrence Former Tabor College teammates Derrick Lawrence, Jr. and Torrey Gill have signed contracts with the arena football team, the Wichita Force. The pair participated in open tryouts with the Force on Nov. 17. Out of the 40 who attended the tryout, only four—including Lawrence and Gill—were selected. Lawrence, who played on the defensive line at Tabor, […]

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Bluejay men lose 2 in Nebraska

Bluejay men lose 2 in Nebraska

Lance Carter shoots for two during the first half against York Tuesday. Carter led all scorers with 28 points and 12 rebounds in Tabor’s 99-82 win. Julian Winton also scored in double figures with 26 points for the game. After securing a victory over York, the Tabor College men’s basketball team took a break from KCAC competition at the Hastings […]

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18 Bluejays feted by KCAC coaches

Eighteen members of Tabor College’s 8-3 football team have received recognition from KCAC coaches. Five Bluejays received first-team recognition. Senior fullback Joe Donnell and junior lineman Spencer Baalman were both unanimous first-team selections on offense. Donnell rushed for 517 yards on 95 carries this season as Tabor’s leading rusher. Baalman anchored a Bluejay team that ranked seventh nationally in rushing […]

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TC women defeat Panthers, 87-46

TC women defeat Panthers, 87-46

Jurnee Reid shoots for two during the third quarter against York Tuesday. Reid scored eight points in Tabor’s 87-46 victory. The Tabor College women’s basketball team rolled to an 87-46 victory over York Tuesday. The Bluejays shot nearly 52 percent from the field (35-for-68), presenting a balanced scoring attack. “We had only one person in double figures, but we scored […]

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‘Jays flying high

‘Jays flying high

Amy Horner attacks the net during Tabor’s NAIA opening-round match with Wayland Baptist Saturday. Tabor won, 3-1, and will be one of 32 teams to compete in pool play in Sioux City, Iowa, beginning Nov. 29. Tabor is making its first postseason appearance in program history. After advancing to postseason play for the first time in program history, the Tabor […]

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Chilly reception / Tabor football team falls in national playoffs on the road at Morningside for second consecutive year

Chilly reception / Tabor football team falls in national playoffs on the road at Morningside for second consecutive year

Zack Johnson hauls in a pass during Tabor’s opening-round game at Morningside Saturday. Johnson caught three passes for 97 yards and a touchdown in Tabor’s 65-17 loss. For the second-consecutive year, the Tabor College football team suffered a season-ending, postseason defeat to Morningside. Having fallen to the Mustangs by a 51-6 margin in the NAIA quarterfinals a year ago, this […]

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TC men earn first KCAC victories

The Tabor College men’s basketball team improved to 2-0 in KCAC play, 3-3 overall by sweeping its first two conference opponents last week. Sterling—Tabor rolled to an 81-56 win Saturday. The Bluejays shot a blistering 52 percent from the field in the game (32-for-62). Sterling shot 41 percent (21-for-52). Jonathan Gibson and Davaghndre Jones combined to score Tabor’s first nine […]

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