The Tabor women picked up their first win since the break, defeating St. Mary 63-58 Saturday night.
Thursday against Southwestern, the Blujays gave up a second half lead to fall to the Moundbuilders, 62-54.
Andrea Robinson had 18 points, Tynan Honn scored 16 and Gina Hullet finshed with 12 points and nine rebounds to lead the Tabor Bluejays women?s team to a 63-58 victory over St. Mary in Leavenworth Saturday night.
Tabor took an early lead and went into halftime 29-19.
St. Mary made a run in the second half, but was held off by the Bluejays.
The Tabor women lost to Southwestern by a score of 62-54. The Bluejays squandered a six-point second half lead and trailed by as much as 12 with five minutes left to play.
Tabor rallied from an early five-point deficit to go into half time ahead 26-24. The lead came on a fastbreak layup and three-point play converting foul shot by Tynan Honn with 1:43 left to play in the first stanza.
Honn finished with 17 points, eight rebounds. Gina Hullett had 10 points and five rebounds. Stephanie Silvas came out of her shooting slump finishing with 10 points, shooting 5-for-6 from the field. Other scorers were Vivian Olvera (7), Andrea Robinson (4) and Tiffany Bulk, Sarah Wyckoff, Mallory Flaming (2).
Southwestern?s Jasmine Manuel had a game high 26 points.
Tabor coach Shawn Winter was whistled for a technical foul in the second half.
Tabor improved to 4-14 overall and 3-5 in KCAC play. The Bluejays sit alone in fourth place in the conference.
Tabor hosts Friends Thursday.