Tabor men’s soccer team tags Central 2-0 but stumbles at Doane

The Tabor College men?s soccer team fell short Wednesday night against Doane College. One goal was all Doane needed, winning 1-0.

Tabor goalie Aaron Schmucker recorded six saves for the Bluejays, as Doane out- shot Tabor 18-7 for the game.

?It was a disappointing result for the men?s side,? Brubacher said. ?I saw improvements in the defensive and midfield play, but we were unable to create quality chances in our attacking third.

?There was some quality play and good signs for our side,? Brubacher added. ?But we need to continue to improve in order to win consistently.?

The Tabor College men?s soccer team defeated Central Christian 2-0 on Saturday, improving its non-conference record to 1-2 for the season.

Dallas Pruitt finished off a pass from Silas Hibbs in the 44th minute and Andy Adrian cemented that lead with a penalty kick goal in the 70th minute.

Goalkeeper Aaron Schmucker recorded saves during the half that he played. Sub?stitute keeper David Fleming played the second half and was not tested with a shot on goal.

The women?s team also started slowly on the road, losing 4-0 to powerful Doane College.

?I was proud of the women?s effort on Wednesday,? coach Grant Brubacher said. ?Doane has a quality team and some very talented individuals. We were not able to match their quality of play.?

Tabor goalie Aubrey Whitehorn posted 11 saves for the Bluejays, who were out-shot 38-5 by the Tigers.

On Saturday, Central Christian defeated the Bluejays 3-2 despite goals scored by Adria Whitehorn and Joanna Pyle. Whitehorn?s marker was set up by Kelly White in the 30th minute. Pyle?s shot off an assist from Jessica Burden found the back of the net in the 84th minute.

Aubrey Whitehorn gave up three goals but also made 11 saves. Tabor recorded 10 shots, four of which were on goal.

Coming?The Bluejay men took Ozarks to overtime Monday night but dropped a 1-0 decision.

The women lost 2-1 on Monday. The teams next play Thursday at Rogers State and visit University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma on Saturday.

Tabor returns home to play Oklahoma Wesleyan on Sept 24.

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