Tabor men come up short in two matches

The Tabor College men’s soccer teams dropped a pair of home matches last week for a 3-6-1 record in the KCAC and 6-8-1 overall.

After a blowout loss on Wednesday, the Bluejays endured a heartbreaking 1-0 loss Satur­day against Southwes­tern.

The Moundbuilders’ Jacob Rangel finally broke the scoring drought with the match’s only goal at the 108-minute mark.

Tabor managed only three shots on goal, two by Thomas Leira and one by Frederico .

The Bluejays dropped an 8-1 decision Oct. 25 to nationally ranked Okla­homa Wes­leyan, 8-1, at Hillsboro.

OKWU’s Stefan Lukic scored the first goal at the 2:09 mark and teammate Jorge Garcia-Fernandez followed suit at 8:04. The score remained 2-0 at halftime.

The flood gates opened in the second half with a barrage of five goals. The Blue­jays broke the run at the 82:26 mark when Michael Caulley III scored on an assist by Rex Glenn.

OKWU scored on more goal late in the match for the win that improved its KCAC record to 9-0 and its season mark to 14-1-1.

Coming—The Bluejays were scheduled to complete their regular season schedule Oct. 31 against Univer­sity of Saint Mary at Leavenworth.

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